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THE HOUSEHOLD PAGE.
CONTRIBUTIONS. FROM THE LADIES SOLIC ,
ITED FOR THIS DEPARTMENT. TELL YOUR VAL
UABLE RECEIPTS, HOW YOU MAKE FANCY AR
TICLE8 AND ABOUT THE DESIGNS AND CARE
OF YOUR "ROSE GARDEN." .
The New Woman.
She was versed In Greek and Latin;
She was versed In German, too;
f VerSed ln a" ,h0 clas'cs.
And the poets, old and new.
She had studied art and music
But I note her weary husband
Had to button up her waist
!J f bygone heroes;
IhS C0U,d,,teI1 off hand their names-
SheroSe'd. te" whPn Ro-
And the date It fell ln flames
mT111 f 8t Ies "Unions
At a mile-a-minute rate
But she had tn .i. i,. u' . .... .
" her hat was pinned on straight.
"Co.nt . asks ,he aunt
Bene in thrdIy k,now the mai. Imo-
ftna. German Puffs.
T n-uau lemon TO lea tu.-r.
white one egg aK,ns powder-
flo .r'.r.fLS??- together thf
-tely wUh" th- SEt
bake In buttered gem nans In . JT
erate oven for twetyC minutes"
tm . R'8u,t! -Results!
This is not the age of thoueht Th
tried for mnr,?1fner ,s. being
thought ut ,nt0
j necessary for the healthy growth of
mo plants, and by picking off the af
fected buds, and destroying them by
Any one Interested In this bulletin
can receive It by writing the director
of the Nebraska station. IJncoln. Neb.
F. I). HEALD, Botanist.
Quick Veaetable Solid.
Half an hour before dinner place In
a kettlo cups of hot mashed turnips,
one chopped onion fried a light yellow
In a tablcsDoonful of drinnliics. and
one pint of hot water. Simmer twen
ty minutes, then add one quart of rich
sweet milk, one tablespoonful of corn
starch and two of butter mtx.d
smoothly together. Boll Ave minutes,
then add to one well-beaten egg one
cup of the hot soup and stir all Into a
Keiue. serve at once.
Leather Is composed of a mass of
tiny fibers. Interlaced hnd Interlocked,
one wun tne other, very Intimately.
If thev are in rood. live mmllflnn thnv
will be very pliable and elastic and
stand a great amount or stretching,
but if hard and rirv when Rtrnln la
placed upon them they will break In
stead of yielding. Good leather oils
are offered for sale at most shoe stor
es, but If one prefers to make his own
mixture he can do so by melting to
gether slowly one part of beef tallow
and two parts of pure neatsfoot oil.
ADDlv this mixture warm to thn shnaa
rub in well and the life of the shoe
win be doubled.
' L Bow Knots.
Two eggs, one-third cup surar 1
tablespoonful melted butter 1 tahii
spoon milk, one-fourth level' teasnoot
cinnamon, oneighth level ealSZ
mace one-fourth level teaspnTalt
Bel P0D ba"lng PowdeTflour '
ir Kttf,eggs until "Sht and addtbe
sugar, butter and milk. Sift together
one cup flour, the cinnamon mac
SxttB w,ti!ta8 PWder- Add th'
ft w T Ith enough flour make '
Btiff dough; roll out thin: cut Into
strips and form into bowknoU bS
over with beaten egg and fry in deep
hog fat drain on brown paper and
dust with powdered nuts.
The Aesthetic Side of Cookerv
The object of cooking IS not merely
bygenic, but aesthetic also for S
ine imnmvPo " ' Ior cook-
-', abearance of the
food, develops new flavors and makes
"more attractive, says the iS
t iS..A mental Process begins at
acts on the gastric organs in such t
way as to promote digestion.
nnaheeS,e.' "'ve and Nut Salad,
cheese- nnihream 0f Neu'chatel
one-haI " QUarters Jengthwise;
one-haff cup pecan meats, one head
3dMttltot P&Stt and ff "pessary
miT tl! fm- Form Int0 tinv balls.
Place fn Iph meatS aDd oI,ves anf
place in lettuce cups; surround with
theese balls and add the Fre'S
Preserve Shape of Egas. i
th?v J01 Vke 6gg8 t0 the "hie as If
they were fresh from the war, no yolks
whole-no, not one. A French secret
for serving them will prevent the cat
SSiSto thf hr.r, teas' or6vS;
fhe T b.lling Water lDto Which
the eggs are to be "dropped," droo
them ,nto deep water, and the yo ks
wil come forth covered with the
wh tw, looking JIke covered yellow
Death to Mosquitoes.
The use of chrysanthemum powder
a3 a means of destroying mosquitoes
In houses is strongly recommended.
Care has to be exercised ln order to
avoid the production of throat Infla
mation ln the oDerator. and also
against Ijmition. but If nroner nrpran.
Hons are taken In these respects, the
powder seems to produce most sat-
ISiaCtOry results. The rnnsnmnt nn
of the DOWder has lareelv increnueH
during the last year, while the sale
or laDiets, which only paralyze the
insects, and at the same time give
off noxious fumes, has shown a cor
The Dead Restored.
The Electrical Maeailnn nnhllshpa
a complete illustrated account of the
work of French scientists as to the
use of the electric current as an anes
thetic. Not only Is it proved that a
particular, deeree and form of lec
inc snocK win produce total
Insensibility to naln an dlnsurp pot.
tain recovery without any deleterious
after effects, but the remarkahln fart
was observed that "electrocuted" an
imals can be restored to life by the
rntymical applications of electric cur
rents. It has been nrovpd
doubt that resplratlon and heart beat
ingsthat is, life Itself can be defia
ately and permanently reinstated in
a body from which by accepted medi
cal evidence, life had departed.
To one pint of hot boiled hominy
add salt to taste, and two eggs slightly
beaten. When cool shatje in halla mil
ln fine cracker crumbs and fry in deep
fat. Serve with meat as a vegetable.
Pnt two Ptlno r9 m-- 1 i .
.... ui gum meal into a
bowl; pour over 1 cup of boiling milk; i
.add a tablespoonful of butter; cover
the l)owl; allow the mixture to stand
until cool; add a cup of cold milk, the
yolks of 2 eggs well beaten; a half
teaspoonful of salt, a half-cup of flour
and 2 tablesppoonfuls of baking pow
der. Beat thoroughly; then fold in
the well beaten whites of 2 eggs. Bake
n gem pans In a moderately quick
oven thirty minutes. i
The Bud-Rot of Carnations. j
The Nebraska experiment station
has Just Issued bulletin 103 on 'Bud
Rot of Carnations" and "A Mite Ac
companying the Bud-Rot of Carna
The bud-rot of carnations la a new!
and , destructive disease which has
been prevalent in the greenhouses In
Nebraska and a number of other
states during the past few years The
disease affects the buds in vnrin,,
stages of maturity and produce a rot
ting of the petals and other flower
parts, at least the parts inclosed by
the calyx, thus Interfering with the
normal opening of the flower.
The disease may be controlled by
practicing clean culture with the de
struction of all organic remains, keep
ing the moisture down to a minimum
' Speak for
as ours do, need very little
praising. We might well be
pardoned for being enthusiastic
about them, but all we say Is
Give Us a Trial
Once you do that, we will not
have to coax you for a second.
Our groceries will speak for
themselves on your table. You'll
be sorry you hadn't commenced
trading here before. -Five
gal. coal oil, 80c; bring a
can. Rice 6c a pound, best qual
ity, too. Garden seeds at cut
THE BIO STORE
Ith and Main Sta., Oregon City
I0TH AND MAIN STREETS, OREGON CITY, OREGON
Watch Our lBusiess Grow
In order to make a big record during the next thirty days we are going to
make a great reduction in prices on many items. Not only will odds and
ends and broken assortments be sold at a sacrifice, but staple goods will be
deeply cut in order to make it an inducement for you to buy early.
Fine Muslins at
Wo are quite sure that a special salo of bleached and un
bleached muslins will be of Interest to almost every one. The
high prices that you have been paying for muslins will make you
ieci mat we aro now almoBt giving them away.
Best Bleached Muslin ioc
Beet Hope Bleached Muslin, per yard 9c
Beet Lonsdale Bleached Muslin, per yard 9'ac
Good, Fine Unbleached Muslin, per yard Vtc
Good Quality Cambric Muslin, per yard 10c
New Lines of
The new Waists must be seen to be appreciated. They are
certainly beautiful models of the makers' art. The surprising
feature about them la the remarkably low price at which these
elaborate creations can be sold. They are as cheap as they were
two years ago when labor and material could be had for a. song.
Special values 63c, 85c, 98c, $1.13, $1.25, $1.63, $2.00
Besides the Shirtwaists we have several new styles of wash
dresses for house wear.' They are also very prettily made and
quite inexpensive. Prices. $1.63, $2.25, $2.75, $3.25
Laces at Low Prices
Wo have. 1000 yards of romnnntH and loom lengths of Kmbrold
cries which we aro going to offer at lem than their present whole
Those Knibrolderles aro from 2 to 18 Inches wldo. Cnmbrlc,
Nainsook and Swiss qualities, 1 to G 3-4 yard length.
Como early If you waqt tho bout valtio for money. Uewt quullty
apron check Glnghum, now, per yard 6c
500 bars of Toilet Soaps, Including French Candle, (Slycerlne, O
Turkish Buth and large bars of Buttermilk Hoap. Your choice. Q
bar 6c Q
Several piece of Dotted SwIhh, for curtains, special price,
per yard 7....10C
Ladles' Military Hobo Supporters, per pair i5c O
Clark's O. N. T. Spool Cotton, per spend 5c 0
Odd lots of Lace Curtains some slightly soiled, some only ono
pair of a kind, others as many as you need, at, special prices, . O
50c, 65c, $1.00, $1.13, $1.50 pair Q
Ladies' Dress Skirts and Rain Coats all reduced to make room JJ
for new stock. W
g LOW PISCES - BEST GOODS
, CITY COUNCIL MEETS.
Overhead Crossing Ordinance Passes
Its First Reading.
The council met Wednesday night
and Frank Busch suoke to the
cilmen on the Bubject of the grade
on Moss street, near Eleventh street,
and asked that the grade be re-established.
The ordinance permitting the
Southern Pacific Company to construct
a concrete overhead crossing between
Fifth and Sixth streets passed Its first
reading. This crossing will be con
structed In such a manner that stairs
may be built to connect It with either
Fofth or Sixth streot, both at the hill
and back of Main street. A number
of people residing on Fifth street
brought a petition before the meeting
to have the steps connect with Fifth
street, both at the beginning and tho
end of the flight. It is more than
probable that the Sixth street people
will bring in a similar petition. The
matter of the franchise for the P. Ry
L. & P. Co. to string their wires on
Water street was laid over till nnvi
Wednesday nlKht. when an adlourned
meeting will be held.
GET A SQUARE DEAL
j NEW BUSINESS
: Grocery, Hardware and feed Ware
j house Established at Corner of Main
and Tenth Streets in the Fairclough
j Farm Products Bought Sold
We Will Conduct a General Commission Business
I Call and Inspect out Fine Line of Goods.
Farms and City Pro
perty Timber Lands.
List Your Property
with me and obtain a
C. D. ROBESON
with Dimick & Dimick
soon, giving addrcHH. Yours truly,
A. C. NKWELIj,
It. F. D, No. J, Clackamas, Or.
At Reasonable Prices
Every branch of dentistry
we have mastered in our
offices and still we charge
a reasonable fee for our
The Best Spraying
Finding there are many that Lave
only a few trees and not prepared with
the proper apparatus to thoroughly
spray the trees and do not care to
mix the material, as It should be, I
have decided to put In the field an out
fit that could spray 500 trees a day,
If we could get at them. Our charges
will hn reftonnAhln. and hv actual ay-
! perlence I am prepared to say It will
) pay' you many fold to let us spray your
trees. Get the pruning done and the
' hrnnh nut nf the wnv. and when vnu
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;see us In your vicinity have a talk
Until May 15, we will
give coupons on a gold
watch; either ladies or
gentlemen; for every
tooth extracted and each
dollar in denistry work
Over Harding's Sc P. O.
with me; or, better, drop me a postal