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Waterloo Daily Courier (Newspaper) - December 20, 1945, Waterloo, Iowa THE TOL 111 V 27 NO 84 PIANOS GEOGRAPHY ITI A. to all NBW No Second Hand or OLD RENTAL The Wonderful The finest self playing attachment on the Come and what it will then examine other Mlf players and we Know how you will The Finest Line of fi carried and a biff line of 1 DRESS 1 Hie pretty if tear from etc. Well we have lots of them at prices to suit the Come and see before buying up-to-date music store ever opened in Co. If we can save you money on any of the above why not patronize us and encourage a horns Come and see and fet our before you to nd Music Books Music of all In piano tuning and organ work promptly Work Store and Stud Avenue and Third St. Phone Land and Improvement Co. IS THE in that devotes to the development of not deal with Offer largest selection at all e for to those wbo ua v i a 6 greatest number and variety of Modern sanitary in Perfect double sewer Blx miles of sanitary Five miles ol 6 inch water miles at dry and graded Five miles of stone and scrapers for Uje o One Of the Stopping to greet and arrange for one of a dear old who had a laugh that would made hie on the in of in- quired what land I came if It was far from and then whether I came in by land or each being punctuated bjr a a writer in To tell who considered 100 milea a long that I had come over waa to give the of a gron as he had no idea of the of the earth or where America aa the or of of find feia friend finally up courage and rebuked kne er by pointing out that America waa in the western and China in the ern hemisphere After othar the first man brightened up and now where your land it ia France and the who had been carefully watching our faces and so perceived that the other was w Jong repeated his phere remark with a most ous and superior and as he tured there was little doubt that that comprised his whole of the world's although there was considerable that he really what a hemisphere and yet these two men held Important government and one of them has been aince promoted and is on tho high road to still greater places of and lo men the people must look and rely for their But this state of must not be uneducated ac The gown this of peart in blue or costume is of gray with black are of which is done in buttonhole scattered between 'The bodice is slightly in froit at the and a of corn yellow velvet give a charming touch at nr even tug blue cloth has lining of white ithe cloth front and embroidered gilt and black knots decorate the Sable fasten the gable collar at 'the fascinating wrap is of white cloth over tin E Billowy the paillettes are profusely over The picturesque girl hails with de- light the return of the velvet which certainly one of the prettiest and most becoming One recently seen had a g Id belt with perb matrix and an immense chinchilla collar and A. short bolero of hunter's green vet. with deep fitted ceinture of cloth of covered with green velvet is one of the latest The full bishop sleeves uro confined by wristbands the gold and velvet and storm Collar and single large rever of give the ed appearance of SQUEEZING May iln Killed or Com. Uut Survive tbv Ur To test the idea that bacteria In wa- ter or otter liquids possibly bf by a experiments out last of the West Virginia experiment It was found while germs may thus be always no matter how great Die but the method to be worth putting into Soya the Engineering in an editorial the it is known that changes of such Mexican 7 and CALIFORNIA i Grapes Figs and Table Fancy Eng. lish and Mixed Lemon and Orange Peel at BROS Here Happy Thought Send your order for a Christmas and New Year's Oysters or to cording to our From a Chinese point of view they were very highly and had spent an amount of time acquiring their in- formation that suffice with us to take a man leading uni- versity and give him a Ph. They had a. great amount of but it was of practical was the teachings of the fifth century before Christ rather the century Manicuring If the mother would preserve the beautiful contour anil texture of baby's soft little be- b too to care As it few girls ever own a manicure Little In One reason why the French people consume so little is because their ways of require less of that For the great mass of the French people breakfast consists of a bowl of which is also a part of. 'the Their is as they use but little tea or especially in the there is scarcely nny de- mand for They make neither preserves cake in the The is and The high of five cents per pound on sugar is pretty pa itl by the to-do who live in who take coffee or chocolate for fast and a clip after 1 until they By that as often as is beyond nails should be and ly from very the year this will be but that time on the mother will them a at least once a says the Detroit little cuticle base ofr the nails must be trimmed otT from to and brightest manicure scissors and the flesh the nail pressed away from it with a. old piece of Tn this way the delicate flesh the finger tip's will become firm and and the child will not suffer from that painful affliction known as while ri most is nevertheless often the cause of much graver ending in nervous diseases and blood First io you Hart's Grocery Where it will be taken care of promptly with the best goods usually kept in our Holiday All Sizes of Naval All Kinds Christmas Nuts Malaga Figs and Roasted of MAX Q. West Broad O you seen of 1 Pictures and Novelties Now is the time order before the WILCOX 532 Broad Street Substantial best line in Lorain county Knives Razors Coffee Sad Irons Sleds Skates Carvers Crumb Air Guns Shears Bird Cafes Rifles Gome inland see the new and many other things Christmas HUBERT I put on and Second Manager 1 of the other ed too much like a phia Good Hen Peck is the piest man in has his wife left Bui her shirt waists are toe for and he have LC wear the old the old haven't seen at club since your wife got a you'll back again before I'm engaged to bii ried Baked To one beans add one quart two slices onion and a stalk of 30 then rub through a strainer and add one- cupful of stewed Season with salt and Cream I of and al tu Y. A fnr it is the look into the mutter of in lime it. to by cju 23, bbe record of legislation was enriched by the addition of a law Which provided that anyone down a tree proper should be semt to Siberia for This was forestry preservation 'a but it was too radical even the and a later the law ifns The same year that this law was enacted the about American money an account of forest the revenues at that time to only These forest fires such that in one moe in an area of about acres there was not a tree left fit for the duction of building phia in water passing through a puna ping for survived by with little or no It that might not prove fatal to these The human fori endures with en increase in 10 to 90 As pressure in- injury alnd if limit Is toon beyond one cannot go and fish andi plants in the err known to sensitive to the pressure at investigate effect of pressure on an apparatus was which ing what is probably the greatest hydrostatic pressure ever over per square The particular object of thuge experiments was to determine er the in might not be killed that it would keep a longer without pressures were first but appeared to no The were in- creased were ob- At pressures of 70 to 100 tons kept from 24. to 60 hours longer without souring than untreated The degree the keeping qualities of milk improved to much time for which the pressure wn is maintained as upon the 9.0 square inch maintained for an the souring of milk from four Complete sterilization of the was in no case effected even at the highest and milk in many cases acquired peculiar tastes and odors -on that certain were killed others and Overcoats very cream of this The one of America's Each garment a triumph of the tailors highest skill i High amf Soils Overcoats and Each including Ihe moist tie e an Furnishing Department vilh e that men in the way of full making a specialty of mene We give the f eece gaimont in Ihe for 40c. 1 he in 00 ia we have only new goods to sell anid give common Come CO. THE IDEAL It Be IIK Large ami Airy urn and Not And all kinds of f We Valley Goal Anthracites The of the sleeping and bathing arrangements of house la not half writes Maria in Home giving suggestions as to f the bedroom vided with the essentials healthful Bleep and daily sponge nearly as. the room should be kept free from that to contaminate the It be as large as can and the may be is lop and If pos sible the Hoor shouW be bare and the i rugs that they can be taken with ease for am about the roon should be The bed should be light fitted with strong casters go that it readily springs ought to be firm and strong and the mattress of a kind that will uo allow the heaviest part of body tc and so cause the Sleeper to lie in a cramped My prefer ence is for a- cheap hard nex the springs and a light one of hair 01 but any kind of a firm mattress i than is too 1 do not overfurnish the and broad it C THE Successors DEALERS to be the best in Phone 'THE BEST CHRISTM AS i Have 1-D Gold Pens rj Cit for Every Perse Very af I i began waining and I to turn back Miss that there was some one tell tell me It was I J. Bring in your Frame Orders amd give us time to do ere showing the largest line of Gold Frames to be seen outside of New York LORAIN AND Ctit to Cost some 50 per The people are to purchase s Kine Hats at the prices we are selling AH new foods in Fancy House Bath etc. Come and our prices wiN convince you that you can save P. O- I
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