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THE MOKXTNG OREGONIAN. MONDAY, MAY 25, 1914.
Save tHe Labels From These Goods Cash Prizes Given Monthly
B BOOCTFM OREciN. '
a v -ar ' it t ii i r
The Summer Salad
is made . far more dainty and
hiuch more quickly by using'
"Why cook dressing these warm
days, when Diamond "W" is
all ready for use?
Insist Upon Diamond "W"
Have all Diamond .
"W" labels in for
Alwdys Light and
My Bread never fails
when I use
There isn't any "trick"
at all, because
it isn't the recipe,
it's the flour
Try "Olympic" and you'll
soon aeree to this.
" 7 ? Specify "Olympic'' to your
erocer and have all sales-
'0--r-Vj3 checks in for prizes Friday
's. Sr Summer
SSt&2i vvftr Hot Cakes
m fyguT are mado from
. I Flapjack Flour
I C-LJ&&$-& I ' l- a Unfailing success is fcj
' V?VrY 'ir 1 assured. Delicious ftp
r . ' 1 Summer and Winter. &
5 j ! aj 5 your grocer for f?
fJr 1 Albers' Flapjack
t iT -v T""IT" WS Have all Albert,' y
Y ii- .. J- Sf-- 31 v for Primes S
The crowning achievement of pur
ity and goodness is found in
Ask your dealer to supply you with
the "Columbia" brand.
Union Meat Co.
over cheerful, ehubby babies
is pure, Pure, PURE" ! ! !
Absolutely Hie safest milk
delivered in Portland today.'
Guarded in every step by wjM$'
modern science fWSfSzit.
If It's Pure Enough for Baby
It's Pure Enough for You
Have all Labels in for Prizes
Have All Labels in for
LL LABELS for this month saved from the articles advertised on this page should be
in the Home Industry Lepartment, Oregonian Office, by b r. M., Friday, May 29th.
The names of the prize-winners will be announced in next Monday's Home Industry
. Remember: Not more than half the labels turned
! in by any person should be from one article.
The boys and girls writing 'essays on ' Why .Oregon People Should Do All Their Buying
From Oregon Manufacturers, Everything Else Being Equal," should have them in the
Home Industry Department, Oregonian, not later than 6 P. M., Friday, May 29th. The
names of those winning prizes will be published in next Monday's Page.
Be Sure to Save the Labels! Visit the Made-
in-Oregon Exhibit at Fifth and Oak Streets. . '
xnSw 'or Tomorrow's f f
SyL ' Breakfast
for ny Good Meal vl
1 1 v S Churned fresh
xX daily in our I I
Own Creamery 1
Union Meat Company. jSQr
.lABZZff m--S fFSLMl iSX. iQ erem pastures, you get pure I
fassS IS (ffl nourishment in every can of
Simply collect 12 ends from six paclcap-es of "Supreme" 1 H Mil T T
II HiFctilt. "Siipreniw" ISodas, or any other "packages of i llSf. x MHB9 m m H " 1
II sl PRKMK" baked goods. Hiii if your srrocer cannot I ElSiiSiSi&iESe3 lf JL B
II supply you with the Complimentary Box, mail them I Hl'fiEiSSvA ' K
II direct to us, and the full Surprise package will be sent i H I v-zf2S-I-rf '-- T ST5 1 1 S
l at once by parcel post, absolutely free. I B ,?S3js5t. 1H H fiT 5
3kgO It is evaporated by the most, H
v 2" aiffh'' yCi5?3'- III 8 W$ fJ-!.! modern methods known to sci-
I fnirl etlce' under conditio"s absolutely
; ' - iWiMlm - At all Grocers.
Jt" 7 . r VrS-v-N I x -0W6IWl Have all Labels in for Home
IfT It! ' Industry Prizes Friday
Keep Men Employed at
LLi You can help in this direction by using
I HA 11 11 11 J SUJ11CU
Portland Railway, Light
& Power Company
They have ten large generating stations in
Oregon, employing large corps
of men in each.
Help develop Oregon!
Buy "home-made" electricity!
PORTLAND RAILWAY, LIGHT & v
Broadwav and Alder Street
rhones: Marshall 5100. A 6131
ARE YOU SAVING THE
"PIsnt It i
Tg Jolly and So Easy ? V g
'WyS& k you require is milk and j B
JLivy butter and 1 1 K
W Otter Clams J J M
PI and-in just a few minutes
if you have a chafing dish con- -Jm
If ' coction that's a real treat."
H At all grocers 15c Sffil! H
,U 2 cans 25c JSSlfg g
Have all labels in for trJ!.
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i-f ! i X T JL !"-J
This Broom, -Madam.
Of all ruy selec
tions, the best
Made from the most carefully select
ed broom corn, by expert workmen.
They save time and energy in
LOOK FOR THE BIG Z
Have All Trade-Marks in for Prizes Friday.
EE YOU boosting foiOregon and spending your money at home to develop your own
state? Every dollar you spend at home not only brings you lull returns it helps
Oregon grow financially and industrially. INSIST UPON OREGON-MADE GOODS
Cash Prizes for Labels From Goods Advertised
To stimulate interest in Home Industry, the following cash prizes are offered by The Oregonian each month.
For the greatest number of labels from goods advertised on this pager
First Prize $10 in Gold
Second Prize $5 in Gold,
Third Prize $2 in Silver
Three Prizes $1 Each
And $120 for the Best Essays
' On "Why Oregon People Should Do All Their Buying from
Oregon . Manufacturers, Everything Else Being Equal." - '
Contest open to every boy and girl in Oregon under 18 years of age :
First Prize $5 Second Prize $2 Three Prizes of $1 Each ,
Essays should not be over 200 words in length and must be in the Home Industry Department before the
"last Friday of the month. "Writer should mention articles, such as cereals, coffee, etc., used at home.
The writer's full name,' with name, address and telephone number of parents, should be on each essav.
It's Our Favorite
We've tried many coffees but always return to
Golden West Coffee
Old crop coffees give
that rich, mellow fla
vor which has made
"Golden West" so
Scientific blending in
sures perfect uniform
ity of brew.
Have all "Golden
West" labels in
for prizes Friday
ESSAY RULES ARE GIVEN
HOME 1XDISTRY COMPETITION TO
I.abrl Content Ends Tbis TVeek and
rriiea Vill Be Give for Greatest
A umber of Tags Saved.
Essays to be entered, in the contest
this month for the home industry
pose prizes must be sent In to the
Home Industry Department not later
than Friday night. As soon as. pos
sible after that the judges in th4 con
test will read th essays submitted
nd will award the prizes, aggregat
The essays are to be on th,e sub
ject. "Why Oregon People Should Uo
-Ml Their Buying Prom Oregon Man
ufacturers. Everything Else Being
Equal. " and wiU be accepted from all
boys and girls of Oregon under IS
years of age. The essays must be
in the child's own handwriting and
must be limited in lensth to 200 words.
The prizes to be awarded are $5 for
the best essay, J 2 for the second best
essay and Jl each for the third, fourth
and fifth best. The winning essays
will be presented with the Monday
morning home industry advertising
pages published In The Oregonian,
Persons who are taking part in the
label contest being held in conjunc
tion with the industry page must have
their collections of labels in the hands
of the Home Industry Department by
Friday night. For the greatest num
ber of labels from products advertised
on the home industry page a prize
of $10 will be awarded. A prize of
$5 wilT be given for the next to the
largest number. $2 for the third larg
est collection and $1 each for the next
three largest collections.
Highway Will Be Improved.
MONROE. Or.. May 24. (Special.)
Benton County's "good roads day," May
28. will be vigorously observed through
out southern Benton. The three-mile
stretch of the new Pacific Highway
between this city and the Lane County
line will receive particular attntion.
With this strip plaod in good condi
tion the entire road from Independence
to Eugene will be in fine shape. Lane
KCounty having completed the highway
from Junction City to the line.
HOME GOODS BOOSTED
EXHIBIT OFT OREGON PRODCCTS
CALLED IMPORTANT FACTOR.
Display Made far Publicity Purposes
Includes Specimens of Nearly All
Articles Manufactured In State.
That the new ' exhibit of Oregon
products opened Friday on the ground
floor of the Commercial Club will be
a great advertising- factor for home
made goods was the opinion expressed
yesterday by prominent Portland busi
"This exhibit is the nucleus of a
big display." said David M. Dunne,
president of the Manufacturers' Asso
ciation. "It will be an ideal informa
tion bureau. We intend to keep a girl
there constantly .to care for the ex
hibit and answer questions concern
" I think that it will be a prominent
factor in exciting a sentiment in favor
of home-made goods. Our local fac
tories depend, largely on our own peo
ple. If we do not support them, they
will never reach the magnitude that
is rightfully theirs. .
"Proper publicity for our present
manufactured goods will , encourage
the establishment of other factories
here. We started two new factories
last week. These are necessary to give
employment to the boys and girls who
are Just finishing school. Unless they
may obtain employment In factories,
there is little left for many of them
"Of course, this exhibit Is largely a
nucleus for the display of Oregon
goods that will be sent to the Panama
Pacific Exposition at San Francisco
next year, but the real object is to
advertise Oregon-made goods."
C. C. Colt, president of the Union
Meat Company, declared that the chief
reason why home-made products do
not sell better is because the average
man does not know what goods are
made in Oregon.
The present exhibit was prepared by
the home industry department of the
Portland Ad Club. .
The display includes breakfast foods,
hams, bacon, syrups, honey, woolen
shirts, woolen blankets, crackers,
canned foodstuffs, Oregon-mixed spices
and coffees, brass goods, plaster boards,
furniture, brick, paint and specimens
of nearly every manufactured product
of Oregon. ,
50 GUARDSMEN AT RANGES
Itain and Wind Do Not Prevent
Some Good- Individual Scores.
In spite of a drizzling rain, which
continued nearly all day. a company
of National Guardsmen yesterday made
a good showing in rifle practice at the
Clackamas rifle range. Equipped with
ponchos, about 50 of the men went
through the usual long-range shooting.
Although the rain made shooting
difficult, a number of the met quali
fied, making scores which would be
considered creditable in perfect
weather. In addition to the rain
there was a stiff breeze."
PRISONER MAKES ESCAPE
Bunco Man Says He Gets' More
in Week Than Slenth in Month.
Chester Moore, alias Victor Morley,
sentenced ' recently to six months In
Jail for buncoing chauffeurs with prom.
ises of employment, "has the laugh"
on Detective J. E. Abbott.'
Moore, when arraigned before Judge
Stevenson,' was haughty, and in the
course of his remarks said: "Why, I
make more in a week than these de
tectives make in a month."
Abbott came right back with, "I'll bet
you that I make more in the next two
days than you will in the next six
Moore had just been sentenced to a
six months' term. On Friday he es
caped from Kelley Butte rockpile. and
seems likely to belie Abbott's prophecy.
Prosser Has Xew Rural Route.
PROSSER, Wash.. May 24. (Special.)
A new rural mail route has been es
tablished at Prosser. which will be
No. 2, and will begin on June 1. It
will cover 1614 miles. It is expected it
will be extended by Fall.
I.ondon ha school for servants.
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