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   Elyria Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - December 20, 1945, Waterloo, Iowa                        THE TOL 111 V DUGhlAllitiU 27 NO 84 PIANOS rialcolm, Lore, Alexander, Milton, Harwtod GEOGRAPHY ITI (SHIH A. to all NBW No Second Hand Goods, or OLD RENTAL STOCK. The Wonderful The finest self playing attachment on the market. Come and what it will do, then examine other Mlf players and we Know how you will decide. The Finest Line of Qraphophones fi 'Brer carried Blyrla and a biff line of records. 1 HEVf DRESS ITEMS. 1 cifi Hie pretty Tbnt.Aj-o if tear them, draphophones from Mandolines, Guitars, Violins. Banjos. Drums. Harmonicas, etc. Well yes, we have lots of them at prices to suit the costomers. Come and see before buying elsewhere. TtoUHstthe up-to-date music store ever opened in Loraln Co. If we can save you money on any of the above why not patronize us and encourage a horns Institution. Come and see and fet our before you dectte to buy. nd Music Books repair. Music of all In ads. piano tuning and organ work promptly done. Work guaranteed. Stirri lUisle Store and Stud LoMldd'.e Avenue and Third St. Phone Land and Improvement Co. IS THE ftuly Oompftuy in that devotes iteeli to the development of rte.Wby not deal with UB. e> Offer largest selection ollotB, at all prices, e for bulldlngr to those wbo vriiii ua v i a 6 greatest number and variety of houses. Modern sanitary plu-ubiui? in :iU Perfect double sewer system. Blx miles of sanitary sewers. Five miles ol 6 inch water mains. miles at dry and graded streets. Five miles of stone sidewalks. Soeoial anfl horse'rollers and scrapers for Uje o streets. One -night Of the Stopping to greet and arrange for 'future progrem, one of them, a dear old gentleman, who had a laugh that would have, made hie lortuns on the in of Europe, in- quired what land I came from, if It was far from China, and then whether I came in by land or sea, each quee- tlbn being punctuated bjr a aelicloua laugh, aaya a writer in Harper'a Weekly. To tell him, who considered 100 milea a long that I had come over milea, waa to give the impreadon of a gron exaggera- tion, as he had no idea of the of the earth or where America aa the questionvwhe'iheritawtte -north or eouth of 'China Indicated. of companions, find feia friend -at sea, finally up courage and rebuked kne question- er by pointing out that America waa in the western and China in the east- ern hemisphere After othar inquir- ies, the first man brightened up and said: I-iknoW' now where your land is; it ia France and -whereupon the second, who had been carefully watching our faces and so perceived that the other was w Jong repeated his hemis- phere remark with a most supercili- ous and superior air, and as he ven- tured nothing., there was little doubt that that comprised his whole kno-wledg-e of the world's geography, although there was considerable doubt( that he really jvnew what a hemisphere was; and yet these two men held Important government po- sitions, and one of them has been aince promoted and is on tho high road to still greater places of trust, and lo siiclr men the people must look and rely 'on for their guidance. But this state of affairs- must not be confounded'With "-being uneducated ac The MKniisU Uieoter gown this win- of ligfyt, hWecl broadcloth, pref- i-ably peart 'gruy, in 'delicate blue or frtint'-ffreen. A'bhurming costume is of peaa-l gray olot.hv with black breidery. are "ftve .or of embroidery, which is done in buttonhole fashion, vyithv scattered between the. rows. 'The bodice is slightly bloiiBori in froit at the waistline, and a eherriteette'altd of corn yellow velvet give a charming touch at color, nr even tug pale, blue cloth has lining of white Straps, .of ithe cloth Inter' 'oven front accurdloned chiffon, and embroidered gilt and black knots decorate the yoke. Sable tails' fasten the high" gable collar at 'the throat. "'Another fascinating wrap is of white cloth "cut over -white chif- fon-, which" failis- tin E Billowy aceor- ibelowS the cloth. Sil- .ver' paillettes are scatte.ed profusely over all. The picturesque girl hails with de- light the return of the velvet blouse, which certainly is' one of the prettiest and most becoming of" garments. One recently seen had a g Id belt with su- perb matrix furquoisj clasps, and an immense chinchilla collar and reyers. A. short bolero of hunter's green vel- vet. with deep fitted ceinture of cloth of gold, covered with green velvet ap- plique, is one of the latest modes. The full bishop sleeves uro confined by wristbands -of the gold and velvet ap- plique, and storm Collar and single large rever of chiuc-hilla give the need- ed appearance of warmtii. SQUEEZING BACTERIA. May iln Killed or Com. ention Uut OtJien Survive tbv Ur To test the idea that bacteria In wa- ter or otter liquids possibly bf kiJled by 'powerful squeezing', a sei'iet -of experiments eajrried out last Hite.'chemUt of the West Virginia agricultural' experiment sta- tion. It was found tha.t while many, germs may thus be killed, always no matter how great Die pressure; but the method to be worth putting into practice. Soya the Engineering in an editorial oa[ the course, it is known that changes of pressure, such Rorida, Russetts, Mexican 7 and CALIFORNIA i Grapes Dates, Figs and Table Raisins, Fancy Bananas, Almonds, Eng. lish .Walnuts and Mixed Nuts. Citron, Lemon and Orange Peel at REJJBXJN BROS Here isfa Happy Thought 'EL Send your order for a Christmas and New Year's Turkey, Chicken, Oysters or Grooereies to cording to our standards. From a Chinese point of view they were very highly educated, and had spent an amount of time acquiring their in- formation that woula suffice with us to take a man leading uni- versity and give him a Ph. degree. They had a. great amount of learning, but it was of "no practical value. -'It was the teachings of the fifth century before Christ rather than, the nine- teenth century after. Manicuring Uatiy'n If the mother would preserve the beautiful contour anil texture of he1' baby's soft little she'cannot be- b g-iu too e-arly to care for. them. As it is, however, few girls ever own a manicure Little In France. One reason why the French people consume so little is because their ways of living1 require less of that article. For the great mass of the French people breakfast consists of a bowl of soup, which is also fer- quently a part of. 'the .other .two meals. Their cMnk is wine, and, as they use but little tea or coffee, especially in the country, there is scarcely nny de- mand for sugar. They make neither preserves nor. cake in the family. The iisun] ctessert is frviit and cheese. The high tax- of five cents per pound on sugar is pretty fully, pa itl by the we'll-- to-do who live in tinrt who take coffee or chocolate for break- fast and a smiil! clip o'f blaok colTcc' after diniier. Ohiuatfo Cfc.i'onictc. 1 stefc until they 'are young- women. By that   put on "Tho1. VN'iii-- ter's and y'on ai'e biliing' Dream." Second Manager ;V'eK; 1 dn'tln't like; he'namt; of the other piece. U-ssomuN ed too much like a frost- 'Philadel- phia Kecord. Good I.ncJt. Hen Peck is the hap- piest man in town. has his wife left him' "So. Bui her shirt waists are toe uull for him, and he dtiesn.'t have LC wear the old Amer- ican. GettiuK !n .Line. the matter, old chap'. haven't seen you. at club since your wife got a divorce. you'll see'vnie back again before long., I'm engaged to bii ried -Da-ily is'ewa. Baked IK-un fiuup. To one beans add one quart water, two slices ot' onion and a stalk of celery. .Simmer 30 minutes.', then rub through a strainer and add one- cupful of stewed tomatoes. Season with salt and pepper. Cream tog-ether I aVjli'SjiiiDiifuls i'ju'-li of llonr and t-.ook n-n-ininulus al aild-o'l tu th'H Y. A .l.ifi: fnr 'i'l'L--.'. it is vv.iill th-ar, the I'nitcd Slait'sgov- e-rumen'.' .ih-oiild look into the mutter of prs-servaviun in   can afford, and the wint'lows'So i.irranf'-ed.'thal.they may be is opened1 ar. t.lie lop and bottom. If pos sible the Hoor shouW be bare and the i rugs .vniall that they can be taken outdoora with ease for eteaning am aii'iug. Everything1 about the roon should be washable. The bed should be light fitted with strong casters go that it may-be readily springs ought to be firm and strong and the mattress of a kind that will uo allow the heaviest part of the. body tc sink, and so cause the Sleeper to lie in a cramped position. My own- prefer ence is for a- cheap hard .mat-trees nex the springs and a light one of hair 01 this, but any kind of a firm mattress i better! than cue-that is too soft. Abov 1 all. do not overfurnish the bed-room." Clotbier, Merchant'Tailor and FurnfehM-. broad M., it C THE Successors DEALERS :eed to be the best in Phone 'THE BEST CHRISTM AS ClFTS i Teachers' Have 1-D Gold Pens I-ccs rj Cit for Every Perse Very Fortunate. af bah. I stoJited'out i began waining and I had- to turn back i' Miss 'fortunate that there was some one there-to tell you! tell me "That It was Record. I J. Bring in your Pictare Frame Orders Eerly amd give us time to do first-claes work. We- ere showing the largest line of Gold Frames to be seen outside of New York Factories. lEldred LORAIN AND ElLYRIA. Ctit to Cost some 50 per dent. The people are appreciating: [opportunity to purchase s Kine Ktirnishings 'and Hats at the prices we are selling AH new foods in Fancy Shirts, Gloves, Hosiery, Underwear, Suspenders, Mackintoshes, House Coats, Bath Robes, Neckwear, Mufflers, etc. Come and look, our prices wiN convince you that you can save mouey here. P. O- Williams, I rSiEWSPAPKJRl   

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