Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, February 12, 1921, Page 13, Image 13

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    TILE 3IORXITO-. OREGOXIAN, SATURDAY, FEBRTJAItY 12, 1921
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BE EASY THIS KEJlfl
Market Is Stacked With Ey
erything Seasonable.
PRICES RELATIVELY LOW
Portland Housewives -Vow Can
TincI Alnir-( Anything They
Waut in Various Lines.
Housewives of Portland this year
ehould experience no difficulty in
choosing for the Lenten table a wide
. -arlcty of appetizing dishes, in view
of the fact that the market for the
last few days has-been stocked with
early vegetables and fish, especially
Imported for the Lenten season,
Fresh Malaga grapes, shipped to
the eity from Florida, the first .prod
ucts of an early season, are retailing
at one Portland store for 35 cents a
pound, whilo Oregon . cranberries.
lately brought to the city by grow
era, although in limited supply, sell
at 35 rents a quart.
Florida grapefruit, eaid to be twice
as large as Ordinary grapefruit, will
enliven the breakfast table, and bit
ter oranges, intended for use in mar
malade, are quoted 'at 50 cents a
dozen.
Oregon tints, which Just before
Christmas delighted children, are still
on the. market. Filberts and wal
ni comprise the greater portion of
ft' crop and are said to be of tin
'usual size and quality.
line Prara Available.
The. new Anjou pear, grown in
large quantitiea at Hosier, Or., Is still
In stock.
Fresh vegetables, hothouse-grown,
rhinped to the city from various
points, are on the market in variety.
Artichokes of extra fancy grade are
rolling at SO cents each, while Brus
sels fprouta are going at 25 cents a
pound.
Selected celery hearts, large and of
fine flavor, dealers quote at 25 cents
a bunca and Florida green peppers,
i.sed in a number of dishes, are sold
at 50 rents a pound.
Jlotbjuse cucumbers and ruby to
ir.atoes of fancy grade are to be
bought at a moderate figure. Green U
fcas, fresh grown, are on the market
tats well as red cabbage which is priced
at 10 cents a pound. Celery roots are
old at three pounds for 25 cents.
Columbia river smelt, caught dur
ing the recent slight smelt run, and
genuine eastern Gloucester codfish
are available in the fish market, the
latter selling at 50 cents a pound.
New Yarmouth bloaters, said to be of
fine flavor and large size, sell at 15
cents each. Fancy Columbia river
aiuoked t-almon is also displaced.
K Are A nay Uom.
Along the rows of the public mar
ket extra large ranch eggs are quoted
' 35 cents dozen. Pru:ie week opens
today, and In the public market large
and fine quality prunes are retailing
at cents a pound.
Whipping cream of best quality is
being sold at 40 cents a pint, while
whipping cream of slightly inferior
grade goes at 35 cents.
Poultry Is said to range from 33 to
16 cents a pound.
Cabbages, carrots and onions are
to be bought at 2 cents a pound, a
reasonable price considering the for- j
mer high quotations on these vege
tables. Best quality head lettuce is
quoted at two heads for 25 cents.
Sweet tangerines, one of the most
popular of fruits, are plentiful at 25
cents a dozen..
had been -zimilarlv advertised and a I
demand created. -
In connection with the difficulty
which the Oregon prune growers of
the state are having to market taeir
prunes. Professor Lewis said that
the great need was for an advertis
ing campaign to acquaint the people
with the merits of that splendid iruiL
"The great majority of the people
of the country," he said, "do not
know that there Is such a thing as
n n Mr.onn Arilim nnri what Wonder-I
In celebration of the fact that this
week the Boy Scouts ol America are
celebrating the nth anniversary oi
the'r existence as an organization, a
bugle and drum corps of Boy Scouts
entertained the members of the board.
Scout Commissioner Brockway and
O. B. Coldwell told of the work which
the bov scouts are doing.
Frank McFarland was chairman of
the day.
FLAG 15 GIVEN SCHOOL
pacific rxivERsrrvs mis-
" SI OX ARIES ARE HONORED.
Forest Grove Institution Has Serv-
Ice Commemorating Work of
Some of its' Graduates.
PACIFIC UNIVERSITY, Forest
Grove, O , Feb. 11. (Special.) Dr.
Mary F. Farnham, dean of women,
presented a missionary service flag to
Pacific university yesterday in spe
cial services held in commemoration
of representatives now serving in
missionary fields. This flag is, so
far as known, the first service flag
ever presented to a college and was
given in honor of 19 missionaries
which la the largest per capita rep
resentation of any school on the Pa
cific coast, and is second only to Hope
college of Holland, Mich.
lie v. Philip E. Bauer, alumnus of
the class of 1S97, who spent two years
as a missionary pastor in rnome and
three years as chaplain at the Oregon
state penitentiary, gave the address
of commemoration.
The roll of Pacific's missionaries
includes many people known inter
nationally, and is as follows:
Myron Eels. A. B.. 1366: D. D.. horn
mliijfionarr, Twana. WaKh.
J. Elkanah Walker. A. B.. 1S67. D. D..
A. B. C. F. M Shaowu. China.
Horace S. Lyman. A. JJ 1S78. home
missionary. Oregon.
ui-tar w. Nolson. A. B.. 1890. home
missionary. Oregon.
Margaret Hlnman. B. L., 1831, A. B. C.
irroizontl, lurkey.
Mnnaon, 1882-1893, 8. 8. mis-
OREGON NEEDS' PUBLICITY
P. M
Mark 8.
sionary, orecon.
Margaret Bent. B. I, dean ef women.
1896-1SK7. Presbyterian mission, Pyeos
Yana. Korea.
Philip K. Bauer. A. B.. 1897. home mla-
sionsj-y, Nome, Alaska. .
John X. Miller. A. B.. 1KM. TV TV. A. tt
i r. r-AAumaiai. Madura, India.
Tany Wilkinson Atkinson, B. U, ,9!.
A. B. C. F. M.., Annla Tracy Biggs hos
pital, Mezpreh. Turkey.
Arthur C. Bocgess, l"b. D., professor of
history, lo-lttiu. Reed Christian col
lege, Lucknow. India.
Frances B. Clapp. A. B., 1908. A. B. C.
F. M., Doshisha collego. Kyote, Japan.
Krnest Bratzel. A. B., 1909, missionary
superintendent. Lutheran church,. Pacific
northwest. Itl8-190t).
Morris Goodrich, 1809-1910, United Breth
ren mission, Hlcrra Leone, Africa.
Vivian Hhute Thompson, 19O9-1910, M. E.
mission, Lahore, Punjab, India
Ralph Abraham. A. B A. B. C. F. M.,
Durban. Natal, Africa.
Elisabeth M. Carlyle. A. B.. 1915. M K
hospital, tvkln. China.
Lydia Btrthold, 1915-1816. China Inland
mission, rtwocnow, snansl. North China.
- Nellie A. Coha A. B., 1919, A. B. C. F
M-. Trebixond, Turkey.
Deceased.
OREGON COAL AVAILABLE
JTATIOX RXOTO LITTLE
STATE'S FRCITS.
OF
Co-operative Marketing, Says
Speaker From Growers' Associa
tion, Will Popularize Prod acts.
The value of co-operative market
ing of Oregon fruits, looking to the
greater development of the fruit
industry in the state, was emphasised
by Professor CI. Lewis, of the Oregon
Growers Co-operative sssoatlon. In
an address delivered at the luncheon
of the Realty board at the Portland
hotel yesterday noon.
Professor Lewis said that co
operative marketing opened the way
for advertising the product and
popularizing the fruits of the state
so that there would always be a
demand.
"This goal toward which we are
working," he declared, "looks toward
stabilizing the 'product, which in
turn means stabilized land values,
stabilized credit and stabilized pros
perity." Referring to what the work of the
co-operative marketing associations
of California had done. Professor
Lewis said that the consumption ef
raisins in the United States had been
raised from 700 tons a year to 45,000
tons through advertising campaigns.
Other products of that state, he said.
Willamette Valley and Coos Bay
to Get Railroad Supply.
EUGENE, Or., Feb. 11. (Special.)
Enough coal of a good grade will be
taken from the Beaver Hill mine near
Marsh field to supply all the needs of
the Willamette valley. In addition to
those of the Coos Bay country, eaid
G. W. Evans, consulting engineer of
the Southern Pacific company, who
was here yesterday on his way out
from the mine.
The mine, a subsidiary of the South
ern Pacific, has been under develop
ment for a number of years, accord
ing to Mr. Evans, and the company
has made energetic efforts In the last
year to Increase the production to an
amount whichwould be sufficient to
, supply the needs of the valley.
Oregon Club at Seattle Elects.
SEATTLE, Feb. 11. (Special.)
The-Oregon club of the University of
Washington has elected the officers
for the ensuing year: President, Mack
Brown; vice-president, Jean Cook;
treasurer, Harold Mann; secretary,
Jean Amesbury, and publicity. Hazel
Wieden. -
Formal Breakfast Ordered.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, Eugene,
Feb. 11. (Special.) Because many of
mvuiu ui mo university nave
been in the habit of not eating a
regular and formal breakfast. Dr.
Bertha Stuart Dyment, director of
the health programme for women
Twice as much Bread means
Doubled Strength and Energy
Bread -all your life has been taken for granted. You called for Bread
' and sugar as a kiddie, and now you call for toast in the morning.
But j'ou probably never considered the fact that Bread contains more
nourishment than any other single food.
Besides, Bread is the lowest-cost food the only food of economy today.
Bread and milk is the ideal combination, both for children and grown
ups. It contains every element needed for health and vigor. '
Eat twice as much bread. '
anomer
1 mmms M I
slice
The most delicious Bread you can find is Bakers' Bread.
MASTER BAKERS ASSOCIATION of OREGON
has decreed that the university girls
should take an extra half hour In the
morning for breakfast. Many of the
sororities have been in the babit of
serving breakfast cafeteria style, but
Df. Stuart Dyment. said that the new
plan is one of the essentials of good
health. The Alpha Delta Pi, local
sorority is the first organization to
adopt the regular breakfast plan.
Central Public Market
. SOUTHEAST COR. YAMHILL AND FOURTH STS.
c
BARRETT'S, Ibc,
y 134 Fourth St,
Just North
Of Morriaosu
Adjustable
Reading -
.BRACKET
See Our Window.
Gas Saved By Using a
Sechrist Pressure Cooker
will pay for one of these wonderful cookers
and canners. See them
Demonstrated Saturday
by actual cooking and canning on the Lang
Combination Range. The entire Range heated
by one Gas Burner.
F. S. Lang Mfg. Co.
191 Fourth Street, South of Yamhill
CAMPFIRE
COFFEE
The 'choice of Discriminating
Coffee Drinkers fjor More
Than Fife Years
25c to 40c lb.
AT THE
Campfire Shop
Central Public
Market
HARLAN,
MARKET
PorkPwoast 1 22c
Pot Roast 15d
Boiling Meat ...... 10&
Veal Roast ......... 20&
Hams 29c
Bacon. 30d
Betz Floral Shop
Flowers for All OrraNlona.
CENTRAL MARKET.
Floral Designs Onr Specialty.
Nicely Arranged.
Hyaelntha. Tnilpa. Itaffodil.
At BURNS'
TODAY AND MONDAY
Apples Direct From Grower
Spitzenberg and Newtowns $1.00 Box and Up
Italian rrunes ?6 per 100 lbs.; 4 lbs. for ,....25J
Upland Potatoes, 100 lbs. for '..$1.25
Onions, 100 lbs. for $1.23
Quantity orders of $5.00 or more DELIVERED FREE.
THE DALLES FRUIT CO.
195 FOURTH ST.
Corner Taylor Main 8022-
CRESCENT BUTTER
The only Butter on" Yamhill
street made of ,
SWEET CREAM -
CENTRAL DAIRY, STORE
Rotary Bread Store
' 270 Yamhill St
HOME OF QUALITY .
.CORN FLAKES
3 PACKAGES Ofi.
FOR fcwC
Cream Cheese, pound... 28
Fresh Eggs, dozen 34t
Butter, pound 38
Potatoes. 100 pounds. .SI. 65
Small Boiling Onions,
100-pound bag $1.35
Cocoanut., pound ....... 17rf
Soda Crackers, pound... 14
Corn, per tin 15
Peas, per tin 15d
Tomatoes, per tin ' lOet
Spinach, per tin ...... 124
CASTE AXD MAPLE '
. SYRTJP
Per bottle 5c
Hershey's Cocoa, 4 lbs., 81
Junp Coffee, 3 pounds, 81
Hose Ceylon Tea, pound 504
Family Flour, bag... 81.98
1
D, C. BURNS CO.
' 208-210 THIRD STREET
Mala 616 516-20.
Write (or Monthly Price Lint
Stores reople's
c 4
Stores
1 Sack Wheat $3.50 1 Sugar, 5 lbs. 40, 10 lbs. 77c 1 Sack Scratch $3.40
CANNED GOODS
can Pears 20
1 can Crab Meat..50
1 can.Mushrooms 50
1 HOlid pack Toma-
toes 15c
1 can Shrimp 2oC
1 can Oysters. ...254
3 cans Corn lioC
3 cans Peas 35C
1 can Pink Sal- .
mon IOC
1 Del. M. Hot
Sauce 54
Borden's or Carna
tion Milk..N 12c
4 small Milk 25C
No. 2 can Royal
Knight Aspara-
pus 30c
1 can Underwood
Deviled Ham. ..254
You Can Buy by Mail
In recent nd vertinlnff liave drmwn attention o
the fact tbat porhae could lie made by telephone
fit the Kpeclal low prices we advertie. n a result
we have naSned many new frlenda and pafrona. nnd
have had a nnniber of requcnta from outlde of the
city aa to the poMllitlity of huylny !r mail. In
anawer we any Vea, you can hay hy mall. We will
Mhip at advertised prices to nny addreMM anywheie.
w lien you order, write as clearly in poHwIhle no that
we can ninke no mistake in shipment, and do not
fora-et to include with your money order en ouch to
cover pontage. In cokc there is a aliKht variation
between the postage money you send and the actual
cost, we will adjust it In the a;ofda that )"u buy.
making your order a trffle more or Ickm as the cne
may he. All mail order muMt be received not Inter
than the Wednesday following date of publication of
the advertisement.
SHORTENINGS
Pompeian Olive Oil
Quart
Half Bill 2.75
Gallon ..OU
3 lbs. Crlaco GOO
6 lbs. Crisco. . . . Sl.l 5
9 lbs. Crisco. . .$1.70
SYRUPS
CEREALS
9 lbs. Wheat
Hearts 754
9 lbs. W. W.
Flour 50c
9 lbs. Pastry
Flour 65c
9 lbs. Yellow Corn
Meal 33c
9 lbs. Buckwheat 40"
9 lbs. Hominy. ...40c
2 lbs. Head Rice 25
4 lbs. Japan Rice 25c
6 lbs. bulk Rolled
Oats 25c
Flour
1 Sack Fisher's Art
1 Sack Baker Girl
1 Sack Vim, Crown or Olympia
..$2.55
.$2.10
.$2.(50
SOAP
3 Ivory Soap
Flakos 25
Baby Klephant. . . ,tfc
5 U H. Wash Pow
der 25C
21 Royal Wh.
Soap Sl.OO
10 Royal White
Soap 50 c
21 W. W. Soap 81.00
10 W. W. Soap...50c
Specials
Strictly Fresh Eggs, 3 doz. for $1. Not Delivered
1 Lb. Regular 40c Fancy Cookies 20
1 Glass Jelly .' '. lof)
Fancy Navel Oranges Saturday only, Main store
2 doz. for .' ....5.")f
COFFEE
1 lb. M. J. B. Cof- v
fee .....42c
1 lb. Diamond W.
Coffee 35 e
3 lbs. D. VT. Cof
fee Sl.OO
4 lbs. H. S. Cof
fee Sl.OO
1 lb. Tree Tea. K. B..
Japan or Ceylon SO
1 lb. Bulk Cocoa 15C
1 lb. Bulk Choco
late 20c
The Largest of Our
Four Big Markets
J0K' First and Taylor
Streets
No. 2 Central Market S. E. Cor. 4th and Yamhill
No. 3 Viwta House N. E. Corner 4th and Yamhill
No. 4 Palace Market N. W. Cqr. 2d and Yamhill
1 gal. Light Karo SOc
"lpal. Park Karo 70c
1 gal. Bob AVhite 65c
rJISCELLANEOUS
1 lb.. Lima Beans 10d
5 lbs. small W.
ISeans 25f
S-lb. sack Salt. ..20C
2 loaves Fresh
Ercad 1-lC
6 rolls Toilet
Paper 25c
S rolls Wax
Paper 25c
3 pkss. Mrs Shields
Maor oni. Spa
ghetti. Vermicelli
or Noodles 25
S bottles Vanilla 25
3 bottles Lemon 25C
1 bottle- i:iuinp....5c
1 bottle Ammo
nia 10c
2 Ihs. bulk Peanut
Butter. 25c
3 lbs. Fancy
Prunes 25c
White FiRB,
2 lhs 25
Blark FiKs.
2 ll. 25
1 lb. Hulk Cocoa-,
nut 35
15 lbs. Fancy Pota
toes 25
15 lbs. Fancy
Onions 25
1 Is. K. C. Bakincr
Powder 1
1 lb. Prelel O
1 Hi. Fancy Drie"
. Pencl cs 20
4 lbs. bulk Maca
roni 25
2 lllne Jacket Sar
dines 25
1 Hi. Bulk pepper 25
3 pkes. l. W. Jell
i'ou'dcr. . 25
Johnson Bros.' Fruit
oz., two
25
Jain, 13
lor.
rL--'J z&ggsgsg S?ar5S 1
We asked for this law to protect you!
A law to enforce the regular testing of herds and dairies in Tillamook
county, so that only milk from healthy cows would be used in the making
of Tillamook Cheese.
The Tillamook Valley is an ideal dairying country, with its cool, even tem
perature and evergreen pastures. Dairymen have come here from all over
the world. Now, the ideal of this whole litde valley is to make the finest
cheese in the world.
These dairymen were not fatisfied with what nature had endowed did not stop when
they had fcuilt the most modern plant. They went farther and protected the quality of
Tillamook Cheese at, its very source. The compulsory law makes Tillamook one of the
few dairy sections in the world where every cow must be healthy.
To make surcyou get the genuine, look for Tillamook on the rind.
Sold to tht bat groanby the slict or in 6 and 14-pound liz
TILLAMOOK COUNTY CREAMERY ASSOCIATION, Tillamook, Oregon
-TILL
24 CheeM-Kitchru owned and operated
cooperatively by Tillamook Dairymen
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OUR CAKES made frcrni quality materials by
skilled bakers will bring you back to our store for
other Rotary Bakery Goods.'
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BREAKFAST SUGGESTIONS' N
Buttel" Horns, Coffee Cakes, Cinnamon Rolls,
Tea Sticks
. i Last, but not least,
Rotary Bread The Quality Loaf
IT SATISFIES
DEPENDABLE FRESH CHURNED BUTTER
53c Per Lb. Roll, $1.05
"Oura la a money-back policy"
We are serving the same customers today that we served aix years ago.
f '"There's a Reason"
Dependable Dairy Store
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The Best
You Ever Tasted
Three Stores
251 YAMHILL
Between Second and Third.
286 YAMHILL
Between Fourth and Fifth.
269 ALDER ST.
Between Third and Fourth.
0& $
AKE-RITE
BAKERIES
Electric
Bake Ovens
Art-
We Feature
For Saturday
URE CANE SUGAR
0
14V2 lbs. for
144 lbs. to a Customer
HOLLY BRAND MILK
00
12 Cans for
12 Cans to a Customer.
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Army Retail Store
Wholesale and Retail, 5th and Pine Sts.
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