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and Dairy Produce
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•OUR, ACID STOMACHS,
GASES OR INDIGESTION
FOR FRENCH FRUIT PUDDING
Each "Pape's Dlapepeln” Digests 3000 Delicacy Contains the Usual Ingredi
ents and Is Ale* Excellant When
graine food, ending all stomach
misery In five minutes.
Timo ill In five minutes all atom-
ecb distress will go. No Indigestion,
heartburn, sourness or belching of
gas, acid, or nruclatlons of undigested
food, no dizziness, bloating, foul
breath or headache.
I'ape'a Dlapepeln Is noted for Ito
»l*eed In regulating upset stomachs.
It Is the surest, quickest stomach rem
edy In the whole world and besides It
Is harmlees. Put an end to stomach
trouble forever by getting a large
flfty-cent case of Pape's DUpepsin
from any drug store. You realize in
five minutes how needless It Is to out
f«r from Indigestion, dyspepsia or any
stomnch disorder, It's the quickest,
surest and ____
most harmless stomach
doctor in the world.
Materials—Butter, one-third cup;
chopped suet, one cup; molasses, one si.ao *1.78tz »z so
eup; milk, one cup; soda, one tea
•r*«e1 m*a*g «4
raisins, one half cup; currants, three-
fourths cup; citron, one-fourth cup;
whole wheat flour, two
wr lAtrs roit ine rouowiNG:
ek Ranehee a ad Hloka of Marehaadloe
Directions—Add the molasses and
lufOrw-uiaid the N,„th»«t. Hend
milk to the butter and euet with the
Mm. 1-rU. and detall»! iofurmaUoo
la»..Iwel C*. M Elfte Si, EertlMte, (>f<
flour, aalt, soda and spice sifted
well together In a mixing bowl. Add
the fruit, mix and turn Into a but
tered mold and steam slowly three
or more hours. This keeps well and
Is ail the better re-eteamed. Serve
with lemon or any kind ot fruit
The imperial observatory at Tslng- sauce.
fARM MORTGAGE LOANS taii.
capital of the German colony of
Any Amount at Current Ratos
Klsochuu, China, is rapidly becoming
JOHN K (RONAN
one of the leading scientific institu WHEN FRYING PAN IS USED
furti««!. On*»« tions of the far east.
Test for Proper Temperatur*—Take
Care to Prevent the Food Absorb
The government of Brazil has begun
ing the Fat
work on extensive systems ot reser
voirs .to enable the residents of its
fritter», northeastern states to get water In
doughnuts, etc., the fat should be hot long dry seasons, which frequently
enough to brown a bit of bread in 40 occur.
For cooked articles, fritters, cro
wania lo look oM. Many In thrtr »Fort te kank
ynuteful > »ort u> th»' baauty dwlor a pr<wrlpte>na.Tb«lr mia-
etc., the fat should be bo»
tate la ihal tlwy «tali te» vruagdaparUmmlta thedrug al»«
enough to brown bread In 20 seconds.
Iteuli <l.v«nda «pan haalth.
, W«ry, >l»pU.* r,lai,la haa-larhaa. pataa. dlaor-tar». Ima»,
Care After Frying—Hold frying bas
tarili« and wtaknaa«» ut a diatiurilr f.mlnln« cbaractar In •
al.«t Urna brtM Ih» dilli ay». Iha rruw a f~t." tba haagud
ket over hot fat till well drained,
teak, dru-vi'i* »houMaea, and Ih. fallarla* ala*.
Having suffered for twenty-one
Drain fried articles on unglazed pa-
Turatalo li*.»puaaranra ot a.,<nh you muri rotato te.lth.
per. Do not pile the articles until years with a pain In my side, I finally
Inalami uf totem«, puwdara and imuiia. aak yuur drugglal tur
have found relief in Dr. Kilmer’s
Swamp-Root. Injections of morphine
To Prevent Food Absorbing Fat—
were my only relief for short periods
Have fat hot enough to answer above of time. I became so sick that I had
teat, Do not put in too many articles to undergo a surgical operation in New
at one time, Do not have the mixture Orleans, which benefited me for-two
Thia farnuu» owdlehw »trikea at the wry root of lh»w
mmm » iw ut yoor youthful apiMwraoea.
It make« you out
too rich. Do not use too much bak- years.
When the same pain came
Havo an unbroken coat- back one day I was so sick that I gave
tem aispply VM •« NswaM ar taMat •ermi
st «lamp« •* 6» ri*ri«‘e 8nwaM«w Hol»l a
log of egg and crumbs on croquettes. up hopes of living. A friend advised
me to try your Swamp-Root and I at
once commenced using It The first
Baked Bean Luncheon.
For the woman who wishes co en bottle did me so much good that I pur
chased two more bottles. I am now
tertain at a small cost, auch a lunch on my second bottle and am feeling
eon would be charming. Crepe paper like a new woman, I passed a gravel
napkins with wreath of tiny yellow stone as large as a big red bean and
flowers should be laid on a polished several small ones, I have not bad
table for centerpiece and plate doll the least feeling of par in since taking
In All cases of
ies, and In the center of the table your Swamp-Root ana I feel It my
DISTEMPER, PINK EYE, INFLUENZA.
there should be placed a glass bow! duty to recommend this great medi
filled with small yellow flowers, and cine to all suffering humanity.
Of All Horses, Brood Marcs, Colta,
each place favor should be a larger
MRS JOSEPH CONSTANCE.
S tardona, ia to
yellow flower. The quaint brown bean
pot may grace one corner of the table
Personally appeared before me. this
and diagonally across from that may 15th day of July, 1911, Mrs. Joseph
Au teair t<m«u»a or In teafaad put Sixten'a Liquid
be a plate of old fashioned ginger Constance, who subscribed the above
Cump-rurd. Giralh.rmodr taallaf lham. It »ria
an lb• huad and «landa. Il routa tha d.aanaa by
bread. On another corner place sand statement and made oath that the
aapaillng Ihadlaaaa.garma. Itwardaoffthatrou.
wiches of thin slices of brown and same Is true in substance and In fact.
feta. «amaitarhowthar«r»"rapaaad." Ahaolute.
WM. MORROW, Notary Public.
hr fpoa from anrlhlnglnlurioua. A ehfld ran aafa.
white bread laid together, while the
to taka II. Meant» and (LOS; M OO and »1000 tha
fourth corner may hold hot Boston
d-««i. fbikl bydm««iala. harr.wu daalwa, or aaul
Dr. Kilmer A Co.,
•aprma paid hy tea manufacture».
brown bread. Salted peanuts and tiny
cucumber pickles will keep within the
Sparlai Agente Wanted
color scheme and sliced bananas with Prove What Swamp-Root WW Do for You
SPOHN MEDICAL CO.
Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
whipped cream for dessert make a
Chamiata and Bacteriologiata
good ending to a brown and yellow Binghamton, N. Y.. for a sample size
bottle. It will convince anyone. You
will also receive a booklet of valuable
Information, telling about the kidneys
and bladder. When writing, be sure
10 CENT “CA8CARETS”
and mention this paper.
IF BILIOUS OR COS-IVE
MUST SELL ONE OF THEM
minutes, adding half a teaspoonful of flfty-cent and one-dollar size bottles
On« In 7MO-4MT« dairy farm within 20 mil«« ot Port
soda while boiling. Drain through a for sale at all drug stores.
land. ad>«*intrut a «mall town on railroad and river: For Sick Headache, Sour Stomach,
colander, rinse off with cold water,
guud build in as. wall storkad with Itiu head of cat
Sluggish Liver and Bowels—They
tle (somi ragtatarad Holstaina). horaaa. machinery
and boll again. In a gallon of water,
work while you sleep.
and slk». Flna «oil. This la ona of th« taaat lo-
for one hour. Boil separately for bait
eatad farms In tha Northwsat country.
"Dear me. these roaches are never
•luO.OOO. Including paraonal proparty. Ct
Furred Tongue, Bad Taste, Indlgea tn hour two pounds of salt pork. still a minute.”
ft»»! tarma. The other 1« ISa> aaraa. located MO
mil«« south of Portland In th« Willamette Valley. tlon, Sallow Skin and Miserable Head Scrape this well and add to the beans.
"A roach can't afford to be, ray
I mils« of railroad station. 10 mi las to good county
Season with pepper and salt, and cool dear. Every roach has a wife and
saat town. ft*' arrsa In cultivation. «*» acraa In aches coms from a torpid liver and
! till the meat Is tender. Pea soup may 7000 children to look after.”
t Im far balance wm pastura nearly all could ba
put urwlar eu!f.\sti
farm wall clogged bowels, which cause your i be made In the same way.
water ad by craak. aprinrs and walls' would sub- stomach to become filled -with undi
In a year 7,707,000 cigars and 14,-
IMce IM (>ar acre. will take soma
000,000,000 cigarettes were smoked In
pood Income property as part payment. I want gested food, which sours and fermenta
sf«na rash, la.anca »wy farms. I>jn t ana war like garbage in a swill barrel. That's
the United States.
unlasa you moan buslnaaa.
If you have oatmeal left in youi
ths first step to untold misery—indi cooker after breakfast, do not throw
S. N. STEELE, Owner.
671 Jackson St.. Portland, Or. gestion, foul gases, bad breath, yellow It away or scrape it out. Simply cov-
skin, mental fears, everytbiifg that Is j er it with cold water. The next morn-
horrible and nauseating. A Cascaret
V tonight will give your constipated ; Ing pour off the water, chop the oat-
bowels a thorough cleansing and meal Into pieces with a spoon, add hot
straighten you out by morning. They water and whatever more oatmeal is
work while you sleep—a 10-cent box needed, and cook as usual. Oatmeal
from your druggist will keep you feel Is better for much cooking,
ing good for months.
penny saved Is a penny earned.
VATER DIRECT FROM THE
Woman Is As Old As
Suffered Twenty-One Years—
Finally Found Relief
The Right Way
DAIRY RANCH AND GENERAL FARM
VELLTO FAUCET. NO STALE.
INSIPID OR STAGNANT WATER
FROM FILTHY STORAGE TANKS
---------MOOCHATE COST —
LESS THAN 3’ PER IOOO GALLONS TO
OPERATE. DOES NOT GET OUT OF
ORDER. OET FURTHER ItaRT ICULARSTROM
Literature In Turkey has responded
to the liberty that followed the rev
The newest glassware Is of rock
olution. Large numbers of transla
tions and adaptations of European sci crystal and the tumbler for water has
entific and literary works and books a tall, slender stem, and other glasses
of a popular nature are now available. ' the same shape In miniature. With
I the home dinner finger bowls of rock
Reggie—They say It takes nine tai crystal, with a little plate to match,
lors to make a man, don’t you know. and a pretty lace doily under the
Miss Keen—You should patronise bowl, are brought In with the dessert
eight more, Reggie.
plates, and with the plates for fruits
and bonbons at a more formal affair.
Tackle Catarrh Now
Be Free All Winter
Avoid Cold», Stoll Pneumonia, Koop Your Nose
Don’t Walt Till You’re All Bunged Up. Use S. S. S. Now.
If you will go into any flrot class store
Sind get a bottle of 8. 8. 8. you are on
the way to getting rid of Catarrh. Hut
don't let anyone work off that old trick
of something “Just as good."
fi. 8. S. is taken Into the blood just as
naturally aa tho moot nourishing food. It
spreads Its influence over every organ in
the body, comas through all the veins and
arteries, ensbles all mucous surfaces to
exchange Inflammatory. acids and other
Irritating substances for arterial elements
that effectually cleanse the system and
thus put an end to all catarrhal pollution.
B. S. 8. cleans out tho stomach of mucous
accumulations, enables only pure, blood-
making materials to enter the Intestines,
combines with those food elements to
enter tho circulation, and In loss than an
hour is at work throughout the body in
tho process ot purification.
The medicinal components ot B. B- 8.
are relatival/ just aa aaaantlal to well-
balanced health aa tho nutritive proper,
ties ot the grains, meats, sugars, and txt*
of foods. Any local irritating Influence
In the blood la rejected by tho tissue cell*
and eliminated by reaion ot the atlmula.
ting influence ot 8. 8. 8.
Tou will eoon realise Its wonderful In
fluence by the abeence ot headache, a de
cided clearing ot tho air passages, a
steadily Improved nasal condition, and •
sense of bodily relief that proves bow
completely catarrh often Infests the en
Tou will And B. 8. 8. on sale at all drug
stores. It Is a remarkable remedy for
any and all blood affections, such as
eceema, rash, lupus, tetter, psoriasis,
bolls, and all other diseased conditions ot
the blood. For special advl< ♦ <>n any
blood disease write to The Swift Speclflo
Co., 80S Swift» Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.
Do not trifle with substitutes. Imita
tions or any of tho horde of “Just M
good” Counterfeits ot B. 8. 8.
Select fine smooth potatoes; cut off
the end of each and scrape out the
Inside, Mix this with chopped ham.
onion and parsley, 'and a tablespoon
of butter. Season with salL pepper
and lemon juice. Fill the potato with
the mixture; let bake In moderate
oven until tender; serve hot
One and a half cups sour milk, one
teaspoon soda, three quarters cup m<>
lAsses, one teaspoon salt, three cups
flour. Stir well together and add two
cups raw cranberries. Pour Into a
buttered tin and steam one and a half
hours. Serve with a sauce.
Rinse Out Starch.
Sfarch cracks and rots linen and for
this reason do not put wearing ap
parel away starched. Rinse the ar
ticles free from starch, dry, fold away
in blue paper. Thia will prevent thetr
soming forth in the spring yellow and
tho fabric broken.
One cup finely chopped suet, one
eup molasses, one cup milk, one cup
raisins, one cup currants, two and one-
half cups flour, one teaspoon of soda,
spices of all kinds. Steam three hours.
For Iron Rust Stains.
Put the juice of one lemon, two tea-
ipoonfnls of salt and a cup of water
an the fire and as soon as It bolls di*
th* stained article in it
is merely a matter of
health, and health as
merely a matter of
keeping the digestion
perfect, the blood
pure, the liver and
bowels active. If yon
are in poor health just
THICK, GLOSSY HAIR
FREE FROM DANDRUFF
Girls I Try It I Hair gets soft, fluffy
and beautiful—Get a 25 cent
bottle of Danderine.
If you care for heavy hair that glis
tens with beauty and is radiant with
life; has an Incomparable softness and
Is fluffy and lustrous, try Danderine.
Just one application doubles the
beauty of your hair, besides it Imme
diately dissolves every particle of
You can not have nice
heavy, healthy hair if you have
dandruff. This destructive scurf robs
tbs hair of Its lustre. Its strength and
its very life, and if not overcome it
produces a feverishness and itching of
the scalp; the hair roots famish, loos
en and die; then the hair falls out
fast Surely get a 25-cent bottle of
Knowlton's Danderine from any drug
store and just try rt.
immediately. It makes
the appetite keen, as
sists digestion, renews
health and prevents
R1NGING, n EARS
IH5TAHTIY RELIEVED BY THt DID
o CrfAt au DBUGstcatM« SEvrse
Scientists have found 66 areas tn th*
ocean where the water is more than
three miles deep, 10 where it exceed»
four miles and four where the bottosn
is more than five miles down.
A CLERGYMAN’S TESTIMONY.
The Rev. Edmund Heslop of Wig
A Contradictory Idea.
ton, Pa., suffered from Dropsy for a
"There Is one very peculiar idea of year, His limbs and feet were swot-
len and puffed. He had heart flutt*r-
“What Is that?"
"If they have a long success at one
stand, they call it a run.'
tion. Hands and
feet were eoM
and he had such
a dragging sensa
tion across th*
the comfort of a dear head, a
loins that it wa*
sweet stomach, keen appetite and
difficult to mov*.
s good digestion?
Rev. E. Heslop.
boxes of Dodd*
Kidney Pills the swelling disappear-
ed and bs felt himself again. He say*
he has been benefited and blessed by
the use of Dodds Kidney Pills. Sev
eral months later he wrote: I hav*
not changed my faith in your remedy
since the above statement was author
Send for free sample to
ized. Correspond with Rev. E. H**-
Wright's Indian Vegetable Pill Co. lop about this wonderful remedy.
Dodds Kidney Pills, 50c per box at
372 Pearl Street, New fork
your dealer or Dodds Medicin* C*,
Buffalo, N. Y. Write for Household
Hints, also music of National Anthem
Secret of 8uccees.
"How Is 4t Colonel," asked the hope (English and German words) and re
ful bunko steerer, addressing the cipes for dainty dishes. All 3 sent fre*.
toary-headed master of the craft, "that Adv.
you have always been so successful in
picking out juicy suckers and never BSBEEeEEESEe Q
lave to waste your time upon unpro
"I simply wait till I hear a man say
!hat be is a pretty good judge of hu-
nan nature,” replied the veteran, “and
then I know he is just what I am look
By wearing a SEELEY SPERMATIC
SHIELD TRUSS. No worry inf or dan-
Do You Wish to Enjoy
ger of an operation. Rupture is not a tear
or breach, as commonly supposed, bat is
the stretching; or dilation, of a natural
This SEELEY SPERMATIC
SHIELD appliance closes thia openin* »
10 days in most case«.
If you can't eenwa
write for measuring blank and hteratura.
Sold only by
Free to Our Beaders
Write Marine Kye Remedy Co., Chicago, for
0-page Illustrated Kye Book Free. Write all
abual Your Kye Trouble and they will advise
as to the Proper Application of the Murine
Kye Remedies in Your Special Cane. Your
Druggist will tell you that Murine Relieves
Bore Kyes, Strengthens Weak Eyes. Doesn't
Smart, Soothes Kye Pain, and Bella for 50c.
Try It In Your E.vea and In Baby's Eyes tot
Scaly Eyelids and Granulation.
LAUE-DAVIS DRUG CO.
Third and Yamhill, Portland, Or.
Who are Truss Experts and Exduaive
State Agents for this appliance.
Miss Lydia Piqrson. a school teach
er in Woodbury, L. I., received as a
Christmas present a huge pumpkin. A
Dole was found in it, however, and in
side was a chicken, a dozen eggs, but
ter and apples and nuts.
In the last year Iowa produced 96,-
953,183 pounds of butter, which was
sold for 828,285,240.
Putnam Fadeless Dyes do not
stain the hands.
sufferers find instant relief in
Sloan’s Liniment. It pene
trates to the painful part—
soothes and quiets the nerves.
No rubbing—merely lay it on.
*1 would not be without your Lini
ment and praise it to all who suffer
with neuralgia or rheumatism or pain of
Fain AU Gone
* I suffered with quite a aerere neu
ralgic headache for 4 months without
any relief. 1 used your Liniment for
two or three nights and I haven’t auf
fered with my head since.*’— tir. J. R.
Stoitiger, Louuville, Ky.
Treatment, for Cold and Croup
“My little yirl, twelve yeara old,
eauyht a «evere rold. and I (eve her
three drop« of Sloan'» Liniment on eu«ar
on yo'.n« to bed, end (he cot up in Die
mot nit* with no aiyn» of a cold. A lit
tle boy next door had croup and I gave
the mother the Liniment Shcgavehim
three drop« on coin* to bed. and he got
up wltbmrt thej-rou|i^n the ^lonung."
AtanDeakn. Frt<» Me, »Oo. -ad U.H
Sloan’a Boek on Horae, pent free,
DR. EARL S. SLOAN.
I k ..
Ì ___________ là
Bvrt Centh 8ymp. Taste« Oood. V m
in time. Rold by D»uirzl*ts.
FOR COUGHS AND COLDS
Helplessly ho lay by th* roadside
groaning and writhing with pain. A
policeman, hearing tho groans, has
tened toward him and proceeded to
investigate what ailed him. But all
he could get from the sufferer was
"I ate ona, too—I ata ona, too!”
The policeman was puzzled, but not
"Poison!" waa his diagnosis.
Now, poison cases, so the policeman
remembered, r,e<jg immediate treat
ment; and poisons have antidotes.
Hastily he procured what he believed
to be a suitable antidote. Then he ad
The result waa astonishing. Like a
rocket the recipient sat up and abu
sively demanded th* reason for such
treatment. On being told be only be
came more angry.
"What did I eat?” he yelled. "Why,
you idiot, 1-812 Is the number of the
car that knocked me down!”—New
The population of Belfast is slightly
under 400,000, and in the entire prov
ince, some of the remote parts of
which are unsuited to motor cars,
, there are only about 1,750,000 people.
In Melbourne no Sunday papers are
permitted; no hotels are allowed to
open their bars.
ft»* r VW! *
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure
constipation. Constipation is the cause
of many diseases. Cure the cause and
you cure the disease. Easy to take.
The highest point in Nevada la
Wheeler peak, which, according to a
! chart published by the United States
' geological survey, is 13,058 feet above
It is estimated that the Uruguay
wool crop this season will reach a
value of 125,000,000.
Keep Kids Kleen
Tb« molt prMtical. brakbtal, ylaytlm»
Inrrnrrd for cblMreu 1
to > yean of ace. Mad* In an* ytan
trite drop back, tuilr »lipped aa ••
Btaly cradled. No Sgta
elastic band» ,-o »op ti ll iitataa
Made In blue denim, and blue »ad
White hickory «ripe» lor all ike
Al»o ligtaer vagta
material for rummer wear, all
garment* trimmed with hM reg w
blue (Ilatea Made la Dutch week
wk» elbow «leer*» aad Mgk
neck and loot ilcerte
GIVE “SYRUP OF FIGS”
TO CONSTIPATED CHILD
Delicious “Fruit Laxative” can't harm
tender little Stomach, liver
Look at the tongue, mother!
coated, your little one's stomach, liver
and bowels need cleansing at once.
When peevish, cross, listless, doesn't
sleep, eat or act naturally, or U fever
ish, stomach sour, breath bad; has
sore throaL diarrhoea, full of cold,
give a teaspoonful of “California
Syrup of Figs," and in a few hours all
the foul, constipated waste, undigest
ed food and sour bile gently moves
out of Its little bowele without grip
ing. and you have a well, playful child
again. Ask your druggist for a 60-
cent bottle of "California 8yrup of
Figs,” which contains full directions
for bablea, children of all ages and
75c the suit
If your dealer cannot aupply Na
we win »end them, charm mpeM
on receipt of price, 75c each.
FRFF u Rip
^tevi Strangs A Co.. San Franctoe^/
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