4 -V, i .... - - - -it... ......... . --.-- - . . I ' iHE OKKGO STATESMAN: THlllMAV. XOVKMBKH SH. 1WIW. 1 . - 1 1 bin il. ere tat P tht tare of Ml bad. lea. fair, omi 'rom alem Ore- t Tory' loot ad era more last nine I 111 Is les of 4 Ads. S n y e ' r u e re v re if I 1. : Children Cry for Fletcher's 0 n A J a w w, M WEEK IS NAMED TO SAVE FOODS Conservation Efforts to Be Concentrated During December 1-7 t The Kind You Have Always Bought, 'and which has bee a in use tor ore over 30 years, has borne the signature of - ' ' ' and has been made under hj3 per 4Jtyjrr sonal supervision since its infancy. & 4-C6CcMiZ Allow no one to deceive vou in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good M are but Experiments "that-trifle wih and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. What Is CASTOR I A Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its ege Is its guarantee. For more than' thirty- years it has "been In constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wiad Colic and Diarrhoea ; allaying Feverishness arising : therefrom, and by regulating' the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep, The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friejid. GCTJU1NE CASTOR1V ALWAYS I Bears the Signature of 5 - ... In.Use .-44 ton n. ? TTho'Kl hd You Have Always Bought fH( iinuuk coma'kv. nvo e tT-y. For Over 30 Years For the purpose of bringing In-fore the people 111 a forcible maner the need for saving food and sharing It with the allies and the liberated na tions, the United Staes food adminis tration has named from 1 to 7 as a nation-wiJe "Conservative week for war relief and a stirring pro gram of education and enthusiasm will be carried out simultaneously throughout the country. . Oa Sunday. December 1. a per sonal message from. Herbert-Hoover will be read from all pulpits to churches of all denominations Wed nesday December 4. will be "Wo men's Organization Day" and a spec ial Hoover message will be the cen tral farAura nf natriotic program In all the women's clubs of the coun try. the meetings being open to an women whether club members or not. On Krldav. December 6. special pa triotic exercises will be held in all thu public schools of the United States, and a special message iron Mr. Hwover to the boys and gins oi America will be the central feature of the program. Throughout the en tire week pieetlngs and rallies win be held, and efforts of war woricers will be centered upon tne rasa o waklnr the Dubllc to an alert re alization of the after-war need for Kn.ntr conservation than ever. - : . . . i iv. The original 'pledge maae uy Food At! ministration on behalf or the people of the United States was inna nr T mill IU W1IAT TO COOK AND HOW. Sauted Tomato Slices. Wipe, peel and cut three tomatoes In slices. Sprinkle with salt and pepper, dredge with flour, and saute in butter. Place oa a hot platter, and pour over the following dressing: Work, four table spoonfuls ot butter until creamy, then add two teaspoonfuls of powder ed sugar, one teaspoonful of mustard. one-fourth teaspoonful of salt and a few grains ot cayenne. Rub yolks of one hard-boiled egg to a paste and add one raw egg. beaten slightly, and two tablespoonfuls ot vinegar. Com bine mixtures and cook over hot water, stirring costantly until mix ture thickens. Bradley Toast. Melt three and one-halt tablespoonfuls of butter; add three tablespoonfuls of flour and stir until well blended; then pour on gradually, while stirring constantly, one and one-halt cupfuls stewed and strained tomatoes to which has been added one fourth teaspoonful of soda Drlng to the boiling point, and add onvhalf cupful of milk and one-half teaspoonful ot salt, and again bring to the boiling point. Dip eight slices toast (from which crusts have been removed) separately In sauce, and when soft remove to hot platter. To remaining sauce add one-third cupful of chopped corned beef and pour over all. Garnish with toast points and parsley. Hashed Brown Potatoes. Mix two and one-half cupfuls of chopped cold boiled potatoes, one and one-halt ta blespoonfuls ot chopped , onion, one tableapoonful ot canned, pimento, cut In small pieces, three-fourths table- spoonful of finely chopped parsley. a few The dangerous stone bruise How new methods fortify this tire against it t Ui '-.:- 3 .v.., br Ju!t 1. 1919. an one teaspoonful of salt and amount greater by 50 pe rent than rrajnB of pepper. Putin a hot frying last year, now mai trm-.uu pMMa moisten witn v millUIin I . . ...J 1 . Cnrc Clam- I " . v. - -" ' - -- glum are liberated and Spread Deals b Real Estate Howard C. Smith et ux to eLna Wlrth 10 acres' In J,;V. Uewley Claim, 9, 8. S m.. S200. W. D. W. M. Sanford to T. E. Hawley et r 70 cre ln W. H. Russell clatm 41. 6. 1 W.. I6&00. W. U Mrs. J. F. Lrle of Portland was a recent Turner visitor. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Robertson have born November.! 3 J. 11. Osborn is visiting his daugh ter. Mrs. C. I. Allison, of Harlan T.lnrnln rountV Cv A. Hear was a Salem visitor Friday people in south X' rnited State. . Unly. and cook slowly unUl well orlng for food, the tolled St JL ' rold. and turn undertak ne to increase u ' k"" " I " " rrm t7A million tons to 20 million on a hot plaUer. tons Waffles with Maple Sirup. Mix " and sift one and tnree-fourtbs cup- IKm't Invite a Cold or the drip. fula Qj flour, three teaspoonfuls of ir toi "Htiiffed ud. bioaiea, i. .-.i nn.fclf tea- 1 " . , . . . UUIUK BWWUtl , bilious, languid or nave s.ca .nconful of salt. Add one cupful of ache, sour stomacn. co;? - Kn- .tlrrlne con- had breath or other condition ru mu. . y . Mray and Mrs. K. Robert, of Inde- slowed up digestion, a Foley's Ca- .taaUy. Then add the yolk, of two v . - r . " . w . . . a v rr a-, i n iii arivaw iiiuiiii a miii rnirs finn am wr rtMl.nA A tiv trt A l An I Aa vlaitorl IhPlT SOD. U. U' inan C IttUlb s-- w .- PEEH. UVttieu UHiu a,vs, -r ;V ;r.lv?"v-iV .vV r the WTZ, i. . eontle. wholesome, inor-1 . . I - . .w.1 UofM IVVUUIUI VI uw -T- . I ... . ... A derson, 1 'acre In John s. legier Roberts and raniuy. me nrsi i elalni ,2; . 8 W. I"0 W. D. week.. :..Frmnnt .ward et ux lo. Mary-i. w . . UA oiri in Ri CFutb TmiI llackaie 70 u , ' w iun rv n 1 - n t ui llnraestead. Mich., tx-si howard C' Smith- et ux t6 eLna writes: "l.had that terrible back ret T.winhV lot A 7, Snnnyslde-rruit ache andvtlred out feeling, scarcely M.itrt. fartttMo.. $2000, W.'D. able to do my work, but ' flndby Eva,-PerWna to Elieabeth Perkins, us,ng Foley Kidney t Pills that I soon : -nirt of lot. 10. block, S7 Salem,. W. feei like a new person." .Foley Kld- i;i v ,s Din- hiOn th kidneys jL&xow om . ....... .r r I . I T . : V V . . ..V. J. c ..t a Knttr ana tne oughly cleansing physic that leat eggs, beatea until stiff. no bad atter-enecs. ... v. wafn lrcn ' bthikv In Ulns a,new Iron, special care IKLFXniAPHElW FAOR CTUIIr; . j. greasing, or wafrte. nLr.A' v.v 2k a vote fT- will atlck. Serve with maple sirup. orinsr a strtk'e 'of railway telegraphers Peanut -Seoue. 1 cupfuls flour. ' U an 'v-t" - . . .aw I ?a1. w! - " ' Inolsons that cause backacne; For "Ifeueral eal stat' business. I matic pains and aching Jointly mortgage- and -Mtsu ranee see vs.- w r perry. Y -'Nlranrt?".t4 . tatv; street, rnone . V V . . Rate Hearings Cancelled hard colds people whose By Commerce Commission Wood Is pure are uot nearly so likely : r ,. totake. Irtrdicolds '.t?t1h,ei secretary -CWor-e-R. McGtnty of Hood SisaTma malies IheblooQ ... . ..Mt'f. VirVimerce commission r"pare; and thi-great tnedlctne tri terday lufarmed the public ser-H-'itmwU,nm svatent afUr a cold aa uo 1 L"CV"1' ,rB,n- 4ht-the hearings other medicine does. Taae iiooa. ... fny .mfcor 11 at roruana - iimi u . . Bruise mean broken inner fab ric, and broken Ubric mesns blowouts the rulnauou I more tires than all oihr causes com bined. Frequently bruiaes result from nnderinfiation. but too ottan they are du3 to tauky coostruction and to the shortcomings cf ordinary rubber &nl Ubri. Two yaars ot drastic road tests have proved the TT-.ermoid Crolida Cotr.pound Casing 13 b remark ably rtsistaat to tt stone bmise. Tbesa usts many hundreds of them have been made with heavy csrs end Egnt cars, in all kinds of weather, over thousand cl roUes cl rough, rocky highway. R, J, Stoke new formula This U paruy dus to th dasign of tha Ura and partly to ha exuem buoyancy. But It "is principally due to CROUD E COaAPOUND.ths new . Ixmult ot R- J. Stokaa, Chid Pro ducUon Engineer of toe TbcrmoU Rubber Company. Crolide Is blended not only with In rubber that goes into th tread, bmt with tbm rubbar-frMfarf fmbrie. Crolid makes th tread tougher and tha fabric tu oncer. And it unites the plies oi labr.c to on an other and to th tread in on soli and practical! inseparablo whole. New hand methods, too . In the development of this new casing. Mr. Stokes eaperimented with every known theory fc' building. H'Aeman Machinery & The Co. Bakm,- Oregon Phone 787 291 N. Commercial St. I I I 1 17 j AT Ta .UH ii ' 0 C. 4 His years of experience a oaanlacturer ot tnahlo-aaal bre told bun that ocdy iaoprovod Aa4 a a 14 w tlala at fca4 fotf wr battle tha ataaa fefaaaa. Wa aata umu aa4 alt iwi avUa aa Bni sfaart b4. TV clrW( emmmg $m chMucala that km Ca4a. Htranr.ra r iw t far ka aa tha a m am. But ya rr i aay at S-a th aa4 raa)raaa. Oaa TWtaili Oattaa Citi ! Caatnt wftl Otia aa yaav Wi a r M " aa a aa at " aarvuaUrar imiiWi level teaspoonful salt. L f MaU-a Sv'4" 1 k So Xv thixxoo trim ca. Canada was cast In Chicago-' today 4 jeTe leasnoonfuU tatlng by th general charrmen ana secr- tablespoonful butter. tariea of the Order of Itaiiroaa ' . " " v" . wMtarh and mid- 4 level laoiespoouiuia i- ciiiyuci i - alv and nalatable. and dKrntates: "lUr meet- jrtl "4mt drr In- - " ings were held In Roston. Baltimore edlents. Hub In the butter ana I the RlirarA D,Mh e, Ukin and Atlanta. ' peannt butter. Add mil fTaauauy, , " " ... ..,.. . . ii v.i- ,m ta tntt I oaa aaaev 10 -u nmu. -v- Drop into puuerea gem " ;"-- .7- . i, Vin, TUItXKR NKWS. GETS TO THE TOT. In the lexicon of youth, my boy, There's no such word aa fall; . You may be late In grahblng r.ff The honors and the kale. But they can't keep the good men down, require only half the time for baklag. senes i iuseacauca a- rheumatism, kidney trouble, sioac. gravel and gout. As a prvntlv and core for various gastric lUa, cider is unsurpassed. Its wholesome a ess as remediail agent ax championed by many ot th most dUtinguUhed phy sicians aad scientist. racific lines to n-rthcrn California have leen carr-iien. No matter where they sot era. - I . . . - An ont the I The aooa Siuir geia i "'i' I'IMUlo I Th. Wal Red Cross receivea were allowed rrom . . . . . . . i. ...MioKv nirm!ttee 1 v.A. n fi-Hfornh l.Btf nuiu u.v v.-...- e. Trnnennrtatlon I 1act- Pnrt ana tuui'; - . at or tne iioeny loan u- . rorwu". 'TJ: t.tf.,i r mmercial , h. hnttnm The new officers of tne laeai associaiioa. -. rmmer. ou can v v.- - spoon, urop mo t . 7 a.a iU ekina- tham. - a shallow, buttered piscumi ' v.v. 1 a ouick oven. Delicious. PatrloUc Piac CardsFor a sup nourishing, and Ter'y easily made, per party, which followed aa after--,.v -,a oi a i-reen salad, orlnoon et Red Cross sewing, a clever stewed fruit, these make aa excellent woman evolved wm Try Quaint Innrhaon. I DISC CarQS. COS CUl out. irvu. Steamed Drown Bread. One cup- Urines figures that could be pasted on ...i -v.i. ,a Tlonr. 1 ennful T el- a small correspondence card to stand low cornmeal. tl teaspoonful lengthwise by the water glass. Then tfiaanoonful baking I with scraps or. muaim u '"- w I ... .. M al- salt, 1 level & v -a J v M ax abb a a s a rk aa. 'ti;-iti h n iii .h.i Martin: flnan- nanv to obtain rfil?r readjustment if you goi tne a the Cross and Food AdmlnlsUatlon cUrtarM- Kmma llohl; grates Vt?$ M to do or die. tn.ouVmiik. 1 cupful raisins. Mia form. The apron, were cut out and treasurer. Mrs. ..sa? "--- -m r-Twas Wtisfactroy to the ,nv PlataUffi Jjhe ipetltloned for M .- Vfa,ai rurfr saent the wee- hearing, wnicn -. S. R Saturday. I And. tne win to ao or u.. r"'v? . " nv w.t.r. than nasted over the figures so that Richea motored- to . Salem outcome; was JM, v;: cannot keep you d0WBf m, ,0y. ary ar- . ' " - . oot fron u ia . maLDUUl w . . . j-a, I v mma UaW ttiirtr tr I TailllBsH v - 1 . ... wa m AT Trtt B date No matter how the)- try. Z h been cancelled. Examiner JuRt buckle to It hit the d at home. Mamnt I Mackler of thr-rBterstate, commerce Y .,j f j ,era Wednesday ernon ex wr. expected tx, conduct day, grtt- i! f 17.70 THE 511X1MUM. For the month of December the price basis of a minimum ot $17.70 for hogs will be malatalaed by the direction of the federal food admin titration. This Is the same as the minimum for the present month TAULK SC11AP Wit HfcX. Table scraps aad kitenea wi art best prepared for feedifig by r alar them through an ordinary c grinder. After the material baa t put thxoagh the triidrr It Is asu: a lather wolst maa, and it is o ntla It.witu some cora cesi. br or other around arala aaUl t whole mas aasames a cxumbiy c dill on. All caa be ted that the b will eat p deaa. aad IX any of material U left after on-bslf three- aarlers of aa boar It abo be removed. If allowed to lie It t spoil aad wouU be Ttry bad for f hens. was caused by the. burning "..t Portland r raused by a bursting line tank. Some of tne :iniBuiu. were saved. Wallace Riches of O. A. C. spent ' Sunday at home " Rev. Mr. Hocking and wife came from Jefferson Saturday - niornlng. . t,vtr i. the Methodist pastor Ml. J.UVKIxp, O I V You can't keep bottom! t. . j ,i audience iiuuua; i . i : inntmne roaLuiK "a . .w- -nu.eivine ser- rhpHi. strangling. marning, ior iuc - - l air pisv"- - ntl ODi- I .hAiin couching. Contains no opi An enjoyable party. was held at the l a Perry. echool house naay -----oned by the high school theTg; The main feature of the evening wa tae Initiation of the freshman class. Refresliments were served. ReV. James Elvln spoke on the wir work drive Saturday afternoon. - Y-n.i h Children. ; Qhndren am as likely to get the :'rr 5 i.ri,.nin as crown-uns. Foley's Honey and Tar gives qui rhoosng Switzzerland instead of relief from all Jf Cf0Uufn"i Holland as a refuge Admiral vo colds, croup and whooplnr eougn. t,jat H, Jg red of covers raw. mnamea wh-at thw Ba(, w.a waVcs are saying. mnM rovr aad steam three natural way. The name was written l. v. tint nrlhall th flrure. E. G it inrfrnt 'cm! hours, init max " I . a a a " I - a . ' m A gets to the top, some cold. Raisins may be ommea -g - Ulred When cold. thU bread makes I ii .ii.Vio fnr the vleale on the I excellent -"v - lunch; parUcularly gooa wua cream cheese, nuts and lettuce. MAKE CI I) Ell. cream QUIT MEAT WHEN iaDNEYSBOIHtK . m WW I- Take n rmm or Sit ir your hurt" or Uller tre blen you. El Bl'uv ' ...it. .VAtsa I missloner Harvey ve,.B ", man -.omsin who Pats meat ..lla BtOllBTirH UB VC - ... , MO"; ,i shock for they are prin- regularly can make a mtstaae or i - . van ra unu i i iiiKiiina iiir i - lawman BKas shhjsss i ace oi duvi. ---- - . ... ih. mil rnm tha atrain. eet iiukkibu Influenza Shakes Records 0 nsorance Companies MortaUty statistics ; of the Insur- ir worn umc . ... , .m lance compaDim , , s The W C. T. U. will meet vv fdep Shaken up by the Influenta epidemic ,y afternoon at the home of Mrs. jnakeup 7y Insurance Com- I day Jiosby. HELl'FVL HINTS. An average of over four gallons of cider can be obtained from a bushel of undergrade or wast apples by the user of a modern cider press. Dont let any cull apples go to t.- I . .vi. rmin.nt nhvaiclans r,nnfimr In UOllOn IIBM". (WWW iuis J' - ' ' The high price ot medium and fine throughout the civilised world ag grade linen damasks Is making tnera knowledge me njBien.- v.Wrr...... I cider ana recuuiu:u - - i iac ui -utv .-hip- for the. iat from tne strain, gei umu PccNotjpelt D 'rCtsiir, t!on' itUi sources it Is estl- Nearly all rheumatism, headacnes. . , i m not embarrass yott imauru "V":."" nt -bout 23.00O.oww s eeplessness ana unnarj ..iu.- Arfmply face wul.not Darrasa t bined population of aooui . ,ineish kidneys. udi longer If you fttup--:. .ne weeks mere - T- f, . dun ache prohibitive. The high-grade mercerlf d cotton damasks will give far bet ter service than the poor trades oi all linen or linen and cotton union damasks. Honor in Self-denlall. The feder al reserve board says: "Let the pub lie realize that it Is more rcspectabi a w . ataavi In nld In sucn war ume. . - - slrhr It nHnir .).. than !n new one. Let the "'" MVl . ... '.ttt loeonle everywhere be encouraged to consume fewer things, ana lei moa be the simple and substantial things necessary to health and strengtn Reclne for Meringue. Good me- frlngue is a simple matter to maae, J"7a55T "Thtakin should In nine Mwaroa vuo -- - . deatns cu ; , v,oro 4 hetrin to clear alter you cave . I la ml addition innrw :- --'A rftt.iv. full r.r... ts?.. . 1 M,u" . i.ft j..tii. In army rami." ir me urine m uwuj. -- naeheUo cantoUents I with Dr. Edwaroa """It;. etates SAGE TEA KEEPS YOUR HAIR DARK n4k It IVwatiful I.uter at Once. Gray hair, however handsome, de- rni.i advanclns: age. e an ik. antare of a youthful appear ance. Your hair Is your charm. It mars the face. w nen n aa aa r ' .. ..,, hnur fraouently I tnrna arav and looks streasea. tarda with frothy insipid foam on the "a top. Two eggs are surndent to maae TJoB. -ujr r!iy: i,ok young. . . . .t . -1 - . fnr AM niuru PHV.I. nr.i.i ra ine rerun- it a mica Bicr.ua - --'-": - vAttle -rn will cover two enstaros. or get irom any u.u; i i r n'Mtn'i him ana ouiyuui . ii miriiini su a cmv , . - . , .w. n. . . . nH oneu causea pyiun" ,. vMnv or vour back hurts or the urlnt sediment tended bj rjri.U.u-.:.,, fnrrslomel: there soever i aiates. ,iv estimated .iod eating m .wsiiuiuinui.vi..-. V. I "It nas oeeii ' ... i . I ' the United 0f sediment. Irregular of passage or attended by a sensation or scalding. eat and get aooui iour phar iFK5l ,b?lJ u'SifT insurance companies have ounces of Jad Salts from any phar any atcKness y f" ..ui... An that Ithat life Insurance i nnn i ahi.i.oonful in a rlass J?TL U;:a effeciivdy. been called upon to pay t'VVn- "ri before bTeakfast and In a wnicn wuuKi-;r ,wefMi li iifA insurance. -..a. a.t 1 ..il la Ve?tTIaV. MT1U U1C ill a, I 111 oui Hieu: atiiuu . inu., are i jN r - t - Jv - y i unite no"jj Sheets Slips D And Spreads f water before breakfast ... tA n he 20.-1 fo- riva vour kidneys will act fine Ho "OM 1. Uke. rtlf tSe? .e Ynsu'Vn'ce to the amount o Lcld of and lemon Juice com- ever cursea wiui , t iu iiimrince compun - oi ueu "u . - . ibad breath, a dull, listless. no good $000. Life r,;c' aCtlcaiiy all of for generations to flush and stlmu tinnHon? torpid Uver, bad be required to pay pra k,dnev. also to neutrallxe iji, fare. this amount ai onf. ,n .T,:,. , it no longer ' nSr. Ed w.fd? '01 U. Tftl nient, hS of th. seVVrHUtion; thus ending bladder a trarav Tecetaoie compounu wbicb w;, Mv, tlthSTre St you . wiT bw them aoidiers." ' , - Tii Salts is Inexpensive and can- Jt.'jt. '-' --XBSi BEST. not Injure; make, a dellghul effer- lt, liowaTO ci". r-j fioai t nt-rf - . - , . ad- vescent litnia wster unu tlMts affl!cted with Inrer bad bowei i - w-e that old and true ad- .,rtM take now and then a. . . mm a ajsai rnn l nEuicuawva . mibipiiuuc puvhv complaints, and.OUve laoww be8t lf the cheapest - - the kldny8 clean and actire ImmMMlw eflerllVfl result. . le . n. i k. - ..' . . . . ti,.k( avnld. . . a oreeic I . . ...i.tl. anniicauie u land tne Diooa yui. v"1 Take one or two mgnuv 7 -.v itqis -'-.. ilftMk.hnV serious kidney complications. Se how much better you feel and look. v,n(Hnr. aad breeding livestoca. nng serious aiuney cv brown crust on the top. like egg kisses, and this II only to be obtained by hard beating and enough sugar. Brown the mertnruo in a slow oven. When brown, pull it to the edge of the shelf and leave the orea door op en. for a minute or two, then rmov t . warm spot in h kitchen tm a.a it is sudden eoollngs that av meringues rail, but a well-made Imerlngua stands a far better chance .-maininr stiff than, in io ui . - v To Bake Potatoes. Before baking potatoes, let them stand In hot water for about fifteen minutes. They will a a pound." which Is merely tne 01a :, .n. I mn roved by the Sddl .. t Ats.r ingredient Thousands IIOII lt . ... J v. of folks recommend mis rvu7 .,a nrenaratlon. because 11 '"' the hair beautifully, besides no one ran polhly tell, as u .nd evenly. You moisten . .nft brush with It. draw ik fhrnurn luc uai. - .mail strand ai a in. .I,, arav hair disappears: after another application or tv. o. Its natural color Is restored and It be comes thick, gly lustrous, and yon appear years younger. Wvetb's Sage and Sulphur Com pound is a delightful toilet requisite. It is not intended for the cure, miti gation or prevention ot disease I Whnt a Delight It Is to Slip in Between Sheets That Are White As Driven Snow. Ami how nic the Uanket. feel to the touch if they have Wen cleaned hy our sanitary methoJs. We are perfectly equipped to care for all lands of bedding Don't permit your wife to slave over this heary. . kin.l of work any longer. Have her arnd them to in. ItH money in your pocket; and youH also son lNover that the happy smile -with "which ahe Ifreets yen when you come hune from work ia the result of her not Wing: wont to a frarzle by thia . tlrutlRery. KALL OUR KAtl Salem Laundry Co 1M S. liberty St Pbont 23. liV? Mil fnee hex. Afl drtt2ita '