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KALLS CITY, OREGON, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 8, 1917
I f »»¡m íate stake* are not usod a
BLACK ROCK ITEMS
cheap and «•ffe<-tl(u aupport (or tha to
mato can bo made by placida two
Lora Hawk spent Thanksgiving
larae post, in the ground, one at «.ch w ith her sister at Sweet Home,
end of a row. about four feet abor* *
tlm ground. A wire Is strrb-tied tight
Oscar Warren, who had juBt
ly across the top of the posts, and a
common building luth Is placed at started to work ut Holt’s camp,
about $8,000 e a c h plant and firmly tied to tbe wire was seriously injured. A falling
at the top.
lars and averaging
Thirty-four dilTerent races of
persons bought bonds o f the 2d
Liberty Loan issue.
The 1917 potato crop is estima
ted to consist o f 463,000,000 bu.,
Young Men’ s Christiun Asso or half again as much as last year
ciation plans for work in France Reports from the commission on
include the establishment o f 78 car service indicate that more
than 750,000 cars will be needed
to handle it.
In the United States Armies,
P a r o a n tig t of Siok in Army Small
November 7, there were 7,816,-
Returning from inspection trips
000 men, in the Navy 271,571,
10 Army and aviation camps.
aproximately 1,400,000 voluntary
Weston P. Chamberlain of
the Surgeon General’ s Office, re
ports that the per cent o f sick
Furloughs for Yuletide week
ranges from below 1 per cent to
will be granted all men at Army
slightly below 2 per cent.
cantonments whose absence can
Among the conditions leading
be permitted in the opinions o f
to treatment in hospital are se
the division commanders, to en
vere colds, tonsillitis, slight inju
able them to spend Christmas at
ries, and other comparatively
About the only
serious disease found at any
Çinco the war insurance plan camp was pneumonia.
became operative in October
Each national Army camp has
more than 45,000 soldiers have a thousand-bed hospital, equip
applied for insurance, amounting ped in accordance with most
in all to nearly half a billion dol- approved modern practice.
spoonful ut » v .- __ .... <-«*■. sprinkle
with chopped parsley and serve Imme
diately. Served In this way two eggs
should serve for four persous.
Vines In Home Gardens
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Pain and 111 Health
rob you o f all your
"1 one* bad terrible
headaches ant feared La
Grippe. I could not at
tend to my work. I took
soma of Dr. Miles’ Aud
rain Pitta and the pain
was quickly rone. Then
I started using Dr. Miles'
Nervine and tho trouble
vanished completely and
I felt well and active
Spring Valley, Minn.
quickly relieve Pain, but
at the same tim e, when
over-work or nervousness
is the cause,
should be used to relieve
IF FIRST BOX, OR ©OTTLE, F A IL *
TO BENEFIT YOU, YOUR MONEY
W IL L BE REFUNDED.
At every opportunity we reduce prices.
We recently bought to our advantage,
and we are giving you the benefit.
The dance given for the benefit
of the Red Cross we « weU attend
ed. It netted $36.50.
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Mrs. W. T. Wallace received a
telegram Monday informing her
o f the death o f her sister, Mrs. S.
A. Price, at Bremerton, Wash.,
Saturday, December 1, 4:30 p. m.
Mrs. Price visited here last sum
Several o f the women gathered
at Mrs. Price’s last Friday to sew
for the soldiers.
FOR ONE WEEK SPECIAL
Standard Tomatoes, per can
Canned Hominy, per can
Canned String Beans, per can
Canned Corn, per can
C O N T IN U A T IO N OF L A S T W EEK S SPEC IALS
Drifted Snow, Hard Wheat Flour (2.85
lb TA K EN
O u t
into small tor m s
AND SET OUT IN TkX
“ *=*=¡1 OPEN TO FREEZE •
a IT is T hen packed
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i a T P u l k O r
t e a T MULK o r COUEMPEE,
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IT l It. OUNCES OF SUGAR OF l e a d
IS EQUAL TO A POUND OF IRON -
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Wallace of
Gilliam were visiting with Mr.
and Mrs. W. T. Wallace Sunday
Tuesday night about 10 o’clock
Wallace’s storehouse was burned
and 12 sacks o f potatoes destroyed.
The Student Body has organ
ized a literary society. A com
mittee was chosen which made
the following rules.
The Student Body will be divid
ed into two sides, having a leader
for each side. Every two weeks,
one of these sides will give a pro
The students chosen a3 leaders
were Evelyn Johnson and Eugene
The School was given a four
days Thanksgiving holiday, which
they enjoyed very much.
The high school will soon begin
Peach Flavored Cuhtard.
their play. Stop! Look! Listen!
Rolled custard flavored with peach
for the date.
The supporting of tomato vines Is leaves Is delicious. When the custard
advisable because the plants produce has reached the boiling point hold a
The Student Body, the 7th and
earlier and better fruit when so treat few clean peach leaves lu It for a few
8th grades, teachers and business
ed. fays the American Agriculturist. minutes.
Several methods are need In support
men have organized an athletic
ing tomatoes. A common wav Is to
club. They have elected a com
drive a stake about six feet long be
Grillsd Tomato** With Egg*.
tide each plant uud tie tbe plant to It. cupfuls of diced stale bread, a cupful mittee to make rules and regula
Cut tomatoes lu medium thick slices Careful pruning should follow, so that and a half of sugar, two tablespoonfuls tions. Sixty-one dollars and eighty
and grill over a hot fire. Haste with a no aide branches develop on the one, of butter, a pinch of salt. Remove the
little melted butter, dust with salt aud two or three stalks which are tied to blossoms and stems and cut tbe goose five cents has been raised and
berries In halves. Brush a baking dish more money has been promised.
paprllifl and place pn each slice a table- | the
with butter and put alternate layers of
bread, berries and sugar — three of
The Domestic A rt girls are be
bread and two of berries and sugar.
Put butter on top, cover and steam for ginning to make Christmas pres
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an hour, t'ncover and put In a mod ents. “ Begin early and avoid the
erate oven for an hour.
rush,” is their motto.
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Specials, One Week
tree struck him breaking his leg
just above the knee.
taken to the Dallas hospital.
Casper Kibert, at Balderee’s
camp was badly injured Tuesday.
A tree fell on him breaking one of
his legs and crushing his side.
Tomato«* With Chsoso.
A t IftU
Select a all or seven pound flail,
Tomato sliced. placed on buttered
clean aud wipe dry. Heauou with salt toast, sprinkled with grated cheese,
and |wpper. Place In a dripping pan then placed lu the oven long enough
with a cupful of Imt water uud a cup to melt the cheese, I* au appetizing
ful of lard to keep It from scorching. dish to serve for Innch or supper.
Hake III a hot o t p u for one hour, bant
ing with the gravy from the flsb.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
When done take a cupful of aweet I N
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cream or rich milk, two taldespoonfuls MT
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of hatter. Melt the butter and add IS
T h e r e is o n ly on e w a y to cu re deafness,
and th a t la b y co n stitu tio n a l rvmedJea.
the gravy from tbe II n I i and let it boil IS Take revenge upon a rival by
D ea fn ess la ca u sed b v an In flam ed co n d i
up twice. Place the llali lu' a warm Vi surpassing hlui.
tion o f th e m ucou s lin in g o f the Eu sta-
i ch ian T u b e. W h e n th is tube I» inflam ed
pun or dish and pour'Hie sauce over It. tS
Miracles are good, but to re-
you h a v e & ru m b lin g sound o r im p erfect
MT lleve a brother, to draw a friend
h earin g, a n d w h en it Is e n tir e ly closed.
tS from the depths of misery, to par- IS D ea fn ess Is th e resu lt, and unlc-as th e In
Pirtsapple Rice Pudding.
m m ation ca n be tak en out and this
Two cupfuls of »teamed rice, one- IS don the virtues of our enemies. Mf fla
tube res to re d to Its n orm a l condition,
IS hearing: w ill bo d e s tro y e d fo r e v e r ; n ln j
half cupful of sugar, three eggs, one- MT these are greater inlraeles.
out o f te n a r e cau sed b y C a ta rrh ,
huir cnpfii! of in 1 lit. pne half can of tS
Having It clearly In your IS cases
w h ich Is n o th in * but an Inflam ed condi-
grilled pineapple, Heat the yolks of TS heart that all men are equal and tS i tlon o f th e m u cou s su rfaces.
tV© w ill slv© On© Hundred Dollars for any caa© of
the eggs well and mix with the rice. TS in your head that the exterior IS PenfneM
(caused by c&t&rrbHhat cannot b< cured by
Add sugar, milk and pineapple. Fold TS distinguishes them, you cau get TS lla li a Catarrh Curo. tc-nd for circulars free.
P. J. CHUNKY, à CO . Toledo, Ohio.
Mf Sold by Druggists.
In the stlttly beaten egg whites. 1’our IS on very well In tbe world.
Mf ! Take lla ll s Family PlUs for coosUpaUoa.
Into a buttered baking dish sml bake Mf
one-half hour. Serve with whipped TSTSTSTSTSTSTSTSISIS iS t S TS «S IS TS 'S UT
Black Raspberry Cako.
One cup sugar, one half cup butter,
two eggs, four tablespoon» of cold wa
ter. two cup* of Mark ra s p lN -r r lc s (may
be canniHl or fresh), one tea»ix>on soda,
one teaspoon clove», one teaspoon cin
namon, two cups flour.
white» of the egg* and add last before
the Ilnur. This cake may be baked In
layers or loaf.
Two cupfuls of ground meats, a
small onion, a tablespoonful of pow
dered sage, a tablespoonful of fine
breadcrumbs, two eggs well beaten
aud salt and pepper to season. *Mlx all
together well. If too dry add a few
i drops of sweet tuUk. Mold Into cakes,
! roll In flour and fry In deep hot fa t
Drain and serve at once.
Cream one cup of sugar aud one
rounding tablespoon of shortening, add
yolk of oue egg, one-half cup of milk
and one-half cup of water (the water
makes It much fluffier), two teaspoons
of baking powder, n very little vanilla
aud enough sifted flour to make a mod
erately thin hatter. Stir good and bake
In layers In quick oven. Put together
with the following: White of one egg,
unbeaten; one cup of sugar and the
pulp of one good sized, mellow peach.
Heat fifteen minutes.
Biscuits Without Shortening.
Into two cupfuls of buttermilk put
half a teaspoonful of soda, beat till
light aud foamy, add half a teaspoon
ful of salt, a quart of flour, a feaspoon-
ful of baking powder, alftlng all to
gether. Mix with a spoon, put on
floured board, roll out und cut. Bake
In n moderate oven twenty to twenty-
Minnie Wilkinson, Chris Horn,
George Wagner and Charlie Smith
visited school last week.
Wednesday afternoon the high
school and the 7th and 8th grades
gave the following program:
Piano solo, Bertha Bennett
Dialogue, 8th Grade
Piano sola Grace Hastings
Reading, Margurite Dorman
La vita Howell
Piano solo, Lota Bradley
Reading, Mildred Thompson
Solo, Esther Cleveland
Reading Jennett Brown
Solo, Lavita Howell
Original theme, Velma Goodspeed
The Honor Guard girls are
practicing for their play.
name o f the play is “ Frivolous
Feminine.” Be sure not to miss
this wonderful play. As it is war
times, the characters o f this play
are all feminine.
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SELIG’S, Cash Price Store,
‘ Meeting and Beating Competition**.
YOU S T A R T A T ZER O
W e all start out in life from Zero mark. It is uphill all
the way. The higher we go the more we are looked
up to. The man who attains success must take him
self seriously, look to his own interests and conserve
his strength, wealth ana ability. Many people are
depositing their money with this bank, paying by
check, and furthering their own interests, thereby
raising their marks high above zero on the gauge o f life
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Road o f a Thousand Wonders,
Los Angeles and
Sunny Southern California,
The Apache Trail o f Arizona.
Liberal stopovers are permitted at various
points en route.
Four trains a day from
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