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New Servant airl Story.
The wife of s eaceeeeful young lit
erary man had hired a buxom Dutch
girl to do the housework. Several
weeks passed end from seeing her
SHIP TO NEAREST MARKET
master constantly about the bouse,
BETTER PRICE5-QJICK RETURNS
C at out the follow in g r<
the girl received an erroneous Impres
pesto thorn la your cook kook to kelp
"Ogacuee me. Mr*. Blank,” she eald
T h ey have been
to her mistress one day, "but I like to thoroughly toetod by instructors end
Take a glass of Salts if your
special lecturers in the department
Back hurts or Bladder
The girl blushed, fumbled with her o f economics at Iks University o f
S K l'N K
apron, and then replied, "Veil, you pay
a , 'OTE
me four toilers a reek—”
The American men and women must
"Yee, end 1 really can’t pay you any
Coated tongue, vertigo and constipa
guard constantly against Kidney trou
HooverDed Recipes for Shellfish.
tion are relieved by Oarfleld Tea.— Adv
ble. because we eat too much and all
“ It'e not dot," responded the girl;
Cream of Clam Soap- 1 e minced our food la rich. Our blood ts filled
"but I be Tilling to take tree toilers
A B u re C s m p s s s r .
clams, 1 c strained clam broth, 8 e with uric acid which the kldneya
till--till your husband gets vork."—
milk, 8 tb oil or chicken fat, 4 tb flour, strive to filter out, they weaken from
"John," eald the professor to the because It fortifies the hangs Boston Transcript
young graduate, “ can you name me the
I f freeh clams are overwork, become sluggish; the elim
| greatest composer of our tlmeT"
used, no salt is required.
I f canned inative tissues clog and the result Is
kidney trouble, bladder weakness sad
"Chloroform Is about as good as avoid grippe and pneumonia
AND O TH ER FU R S.
Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets. They regu clams are used, add I U salt. Melt a general decline In hestlth.
any," was the reply.— Eichange.
fat, stirring in flour, and blend thor
your kidneys fesl like lumps
Add milk, slowly, stirring of When
Prices are hijher than ever.
lead; your back hurU. or the urine
constantly until mixture thickens. Add Is cloody, full of sediment or you are
A Real Curiosity.
Sritd tor Haw f ar prict IUI today.
"The cook burned the steak again,"
Send a bottle of S C O T T ’S
The showman was exhibiting a very the clams, reheat. Serve at once.
obliged to seek relief two or three
•iclalraed the experienced housewife.
small skull, which he eald was the
times during the night; If you suffer
"Dear me,” exclaimed young Mrs.
with eick headache or dixsy, nervous
headpiece of the great Oliver Crom
in the service.
Torkins; wouldn’t ordinary coal have
clams or 1 c chopped fresh clams, i c spells, acid stomach, or you have rheu
been a little cheaper?"— Exchange.
Th« H orw sflt* cm4 llvtr oil fta
Raw Fur Daalara and Fur Manu-
"This skull Is much too small to be clam liquor, } e milk, 2 tb cooking oil matism when the weather Is bad. get
S s a l t 's L n s h iM i is now rrA a«d In o a r
your pharmacist about four
ow n A m erican laboratories w b ' e t a the skull of a man,” eald one patron. or chicken fat, 2 tb flour, 1 tb minced from
A New View.
m akes it pur« and palatable.
Indignantly. "It can only be the skull onions, è ts celery salt, 1-3 to salt ounces of Jad Salts; take a table
149-151 Broadway, Portland. Or.
of a little boy. You’re a fraud!”
llsnks—Don't you think the war will
(omit if freeh clams are used), pepper, spoonful In a glass of water before
breakfast for a few days and your kid
The »bowman did not lose hie nerve
l tisv# m tendency to discourage matri
paprika, i c bread or cracker crumbs, neys will then act fine. This famous
7JVS Granulated Eyelids, at this, but replied with dignity:
salts Is made from the acid of grapes
“ You are right— It is not the skull
Hanks— Not much. The men will
3ein Era*. I r e lu&Uucd by
W a P a y «ha
Add flour and lemon Jnlee, combined with itthia,
Smm. £>««<•nd Wind quickly of a men, but that of Cromwell when in the fat tor two minutes.
be more eager than ever to marry,
relieved by M urtn«. T ry It In
and has been used for generations to
he was a small lad."— New York Globe.
M irk d
Prices j Why. look bow lha war Is showing
your tym u d in Bab/c Eyes.
milk. When sauce thickens, add the flush and stimulate clogged kidneys;
women bow to support a family I— Ex -
IN eS a u rfh i, J u t EyeCewlort
Norah With th« Noodle.
clams and seasonings. Fill ramekins to neutralize the aclda In the urine eo
Marta* Eye Ss s iiC j t f g A a f m ? **
tt no longer la a source of Irritation,
Miss Buts — Gracious. Norah. hers with alternate layers of fish and crack thus ending bladder disorders.
C y . e. h . 1 , 1« T a k e a * , rm 1M . / U . ^ r i - Vi
The Workleea 8poi.ee.
Cover with buttered
comes that tiresome Mr. Bohr. I'm er crumbs.
C e ..
Jad Salts la Inexpensive; cannot In
Mistress—8o your matrimonial life
Dot at home; but If tLtt’s a box of crumbs and let brown in the oven. jure, makes a delightful effervescent
May be covered with crust, and baked llthla-water beverage, and belongs In
No Figure of Spooch.
Guaran«## quick r .'u r a ii chary#
trouble? December wedded to May?
Norah (at door)—She’s not a' home,
no c s m o iiu io b Mak# trial ehipmsnt
every home, because nobody can make
"Jaggs told me a new light broke •or. But If that's candy ye hsvs sbs as a pie.
Chtoe Johnson— Dan' sake, no men!
a mistake by having a good kidney
and g # « th# m o o t to r your FURS.
; It wee labor day wedded to de day ob on him last night”
hopes you’ll leave I t — Exchange.
Deviled Crab— 1 e crab meat, 2 tb flushing any time.— Adv.
“ 1 know It did. Ilia wife smashed
Wesson oil, 8 tb flour, 2-3 c milk, 1
the lamp he had Just bought on his
Learned In the Art.
The Gift Priceless.
Teacher— Wbat la the principal egg yolk, I ts salt. | ta celery salt, 2
tb tomato catsup, 1 tb grated onion,
Society Item.—The gift of the
CORTLAND, ORE. llvo wire?"
A Boy’s Idea.
paprika, cayenne, | c buttered crumbs. bride's father waa simply stunning In
Small Boy— Duano.
Recruiting Officer— But whet would
Teacher— What do you put In lem Make white sauce of fat, flour and Its magnificence. Immediately after
"Yea. Every time he takes on a
milk. Add crab meat and seasonings. the ceremony a huge wagon was
current of thought It shocks some
onade to make It sour?
Led—Don’t you need a caddie to
A bsolutst, body."— Washington Star.
Small Boy (a confectioner's son)— When cool add slightly beaten yolk. backed up to the house and a ton of
F lr s H s s t
D s ,e ts
carry the swords end things?— Ex Citric acid.— Exchange.
Place mixture in ramekins or in bak coal was dumped on the parlor floor.
Cover with crumbs and In deep chagrin the father of the
groom was seen to seize a certified
WOMEN ON BATTLEFIELD brown in oven.
Veal. Pork. Beef.
Heard In a Cafe.
check he had given the happy conple
She—I love muffins of all kinds.
Escalioped Crab—-1 c crab meat, 2 and tear tt Into fragmenta.—Boston
W c hear much these days o f w bat the
He— Ragamuffins ?— Exchange.
C areer Slstb s «d H a rt Sts.. fs r U s s i, Ore.
le Ih « Old RsHsbls K vsH Inc bouss with •
oil or chicken fat, 3 tb cornstarch,
I.OU H I M » . M snefsr.
few Am erican wom en are strong enough 2-3 c milk, i ta salt, pepper, 1 tb
KATt-S 7ta te »
S P E C IA L -W e a k or Month
For the dentist— By cuspid!
Two wayfarers were resting by the to go to tba fro n t and endure th * hard minced onion, paprika.
F. M. C R O N K H IT E
For the man who discovers he can
ships of the m en!
S-S7 Proat Scree!
Portland. O reeee
H elp Is o ffered , and ta fre e ly given to nate layers o f crab meat and white not sweeten his coffee, as heretofore
Too 1 rue to Be Funny.
"This Is a tough life we are leadin’," »v e r y nervous, dollcata woman, by Dr. sauce in baking dish. Cover with but — Oh, sugar!— Exchange.
mused one of them, "rldln’ car trucks Ptercs’ s F a v o rite Prescription. R em em tered crumbs and brown in oven.
Stranger— Farm products cost more
at the risk of our lives, glttin’ chased ber In gredien t* on label. In tablet
than they used to.
M ONEY FOR Y O U .
by brakemen an’ cops an’ dogs, steep Uquld form . N o a lc o h o l
The Farmer— Yea When a farmer T h u e sajvls o f trained rouny people i
Crab Salad— 1 c crab meat, } e cel
prices to go up here
in' In barns end haystacks, an’ eatln'
In "fe m a le c o m p la in t" Irregu larity, or
la supposed to know the botanical lio hn he-W alker B u sin e ss C o llere. P o rtlan d , pi
ery finely cut, 1 pimiento finely chop as they have gone up in Europe,” aaid
name of what he’e raisin' an’ the en stu d en ts la positions. E n ro ll a
Proa the leavln’s from other people's meals. weakness, and In e v e ry exhausted condi
Honest, Bill, sometimes I think It’s tion o f the fem a le system , the "P re s c rip ped, 1-3 c mayonnaise, lettuce leaves. Senator Jonee of Washington.
tomological name of the Ineect fhet ; ( a la to s u e .
"I heard the other day about a
tio n " seldom fa lls to ben efit o r cu ra Mix flaked crab meat and celery to
worse then workln’ for a livin'."
the pharmaceutical name |
"Hey, wot'e the matter with you?" B earin g-dow n pains. Internal In flam m a gether, and moisten with mayonnaise. French wine merchant who aaid to an
B. v u»mleal that will kill It, tom*
exclaimed his companion. "Wodd’ye tion and ulceration, w eak back, and kin Serve on crisp lettuce leaves. The old pat/on:
body’s got to pay.
I s tho r e s u lt o f uein g P eta- mean by fakin' ell de Joy out of life?” dred ailm ents are cured by I t ask your crab may be molded in small cups be
" ‘Look here, oir; if you won’t pay
I t ’s a m arvelous rem edy for
lum a In cu b ato rs and Brood* I —Pittsburgh Chronicle-Telegraph.
me for that wine you Just bought be
nervous and gen era l debility, insomnia, fore turning out on plates.
Vain Promise Otherwise.
T h a t's lb « kind you
fore the war. at least send me back
or In ab ility to sleep.
w en t.
W rits fo r o ur btg
She (to fiance)—We must be very
W rite Dr. Pierce, P residen t o f the In
P ro s C a ta lo g No. SO.
the empty bottles.’
Promise me that
valids’ Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y.. for confiden
Pasture Sheep in Rainier Park.
“ ‘Humph,’ said the former patron,
FETU.US1 IRCOMTM CO.
you will do nothing you can’t afford.
Idtdy—Why do you use such terrible tial advice and you w ill receive the m edi
Yakima, Wash. — The woolmen in ’glass has gone up a lot. you know.
cal attention o f a s p e cia list whoUy w ith
He— What! Do you want me to
Petaluma. California language, my man?
out fee— no charge w h atever
Wh at cash allowance do I get per bot
break off tho engagement? — Ex-
Profane Workman— Fact Is, mum,
Send 10c for trial pkg. “ F a vo rite Pre- their session here pointed out to the
tle?’ ”— Washington Star.
I'm a bit deaf an' don't hear what I scrlpUon T a b lets."
forestry officials the fact that sections
aay.— Boston Transcript.
o f Rainier National Park that are
Only One Can Dress Well.
“ On the face of thlnge, a shoemaker
"H er husband must bars a big wholly unused and never seen by tour
For a disordered liver, take Garfield
Is e men to be trusted.”
ists will pasture 60,000 head of sheep
Tea. the Herb laxative. All druggists. salary."
"Why more than others?"
annually. A petition was drafted re
"What makes you think so?”
"Because he Is a whole soled men
questing the secretary of the Interior
“ The way she dresses."
and generally well heeled.”— Exchanga
“ Well, go now and take a look at the to permit grazing on such portions of
28 ead fU>c.
Cincinnati authority - says corns
dry up and lift out
"Talking about age. Miss Nancy way her husband dresses, and yon’ll the park and help increase the pro
No. 5. 1918
P. N. U.
change your mind.”— Brooklyn Citlxen. duction of wool and mutton during the
seems to be bolding her own.”
"You bet the does. Nobody else
war. The woolgrowers also asked con
Cuticura Is 8o Soothing
has ever succeeded In getting bold of
gress for a $500,000 appropriation for
To Itching, burning skins. It not only the destruction of predatory animals.
It.”— Baltimore American.
Ouch ! ? ! ? ! !
This kind of rough
soothes but heals. Bathe with Cuti
talk will be heard less here In town If
T « think of th« milk yl«l<! fir«« and the cow's hpaltfa^l trrward is putting
Take care of your health and wealth cura Soap and hot water, dry gently
people troubled with corns will follow
the csrt before the horse. Many "poor milkers" only^aeed to have their
will take care of you. Garfield Tea and apply Cuticura Ointment
the simple advice of this Cincinnati
systems working properly to bccom« good producers.
free samples address, "Cuticura, Dept
promotes health.— Adv.
authority, who claims that a few drops
K O W -K U R R , the great cow medicine, makes cows healthy and keeps them
X . Boston," A t druggists and by malL
of a drug called freezone when applied
genital . organa,
a ( prompt,
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V i mm asm, i it
. m ■
’ s u ilip i. a
.1 a i .
l - - s t ■
remedy fo r Abortion, Harrrnnrss. Retained A ffrrbirth. Scouring, I.o.t Appe
Soap 25, Ointment 25 and (0.— Adv.
A Perfect Husband.
to a tender, aching corn or hardened
tite and Buncbee.
T r y K O W - a U k K ; druggists sad fsad deslrrs sell Tt —
callous stops soreness at once, and
“ Subster Is a perfect husband."
S»e end (I. IS psekeges.
Wheat— Bulk basis for No. 1 grade: soon the corn or callous dries up and
"I never heard he was so wonder
W rit» tor "T h o N om o C ow D e s f o r ," fre e.
“ We may live to see the airplane In Hard White— Bluestem, Early Bart, lifts right off without pain.
D A IR Y ASSO CIATIO N CO ,
’’Well, every time he sees a mall box common, every-day use like the auto Allen, Galgalus, Martin Amber, 82.05.
He says freezone dries immediately
L y n d r a v lllo , V u
he feels In his pockets.”— Exchange.
Soft White— Palouse bluestem, forty- and never inflames or even Irritates
“ Sure! But our chances of living to fold, white valley. Gold Coin, White the surrounding skin. A small bottle
Watch Your Calves! see that will be better It we leave the Russian, $2.03. White club— Little of freezone will cost very little at any
A t th« first indication o f scour* or experimenting to other people.”— Ex
club, Jenkins club, white hybrids, So drug store, but will positively remove
cholera give them D?. Datirf Roberts'
every hard or soft corn or callous
Red Walla — Red from one’s feeL Millions of America’s
Calf Cholera Remedy. Price $1
Russian, red hybrids, Jones fife. Cop- women will welcome this announce
For «cour« in cattle, horse* and
hogs Used an«I recommended by
W rite fine C ’. i t.r/oi/ .t u r i / u r i M f o r m a t i o n t , ■ nfHw
"How did Mrs. Grabcoln succeed In pel, $1.98. No, 2 grade, 3c less. No. ment since the inauguration of the
thousands o f dairymen and stock
Other grades hanledd high heels. If your druggist doesn't
owners. Read the Practice! Home Vrtrt getting Mr. Grabcoin to attend church 3 grade 6c less.
marias Scarf for hot booklet *• Abort»« m
have freezone tell him to order a small
Cows. If so dr a 1er » rosr towa wH*
bottle for you.— Adv.
Flour— Patents, $10.
"She persuaded the new rector to
** / '* < • 1 N .1
Dr. Data Marts' fat. Ce. 100 Crtse la*.. Wuktska, Wit
play Mr. Grabcoln a game of golf. The
Millfeed— Net mill prices, car lots:
An Unsolved Riddle.
rector beat Mr. Grabcoln so badly the Bran, $30 per ton; shorts, $32 per
Perhaps tho world will some day
proves their wonderful properties. For ton; middlings, $39; mixed cars and
old gentleman said any man who could less than carloads, 50c more; rolled learn the reasons for the idleness of
that army at Salonica.—Boston Ad
play golf Bee that ought to be able to barley, $636865 rolled oats, $66.
First Showing el
preach a smashing sermon, so he went
Butter—Cubes, extras, 50c; prime
to church.”— Brooklyn Cltlsen.
firsts, 49|c. Jobbing prices:
extras, 52® 53c; cartons, lc extra;
butterfat, No. 1, 56®57c delivered.
Eggs—Ranch, current receipts, 51c;
Auditorium, Feb. 7 to 13
candled, 53c; selects, 55c per dozen.
MOTOR CAR REPAIRING
Pou ltry— Hens, 23®23ic; springs,
26; broilers, 29(0.3Or; geese, 16® 18c;
turkeys, live, 20(o25c; dressed, choice,
MAGNETO SERVICE STATION
ALL KINDS OF
Veal— Fancy, 18®18ic per pound.
Pork— Fancy, 19®19ic per pound.
She mixed Sulphur with it to Sack
vegetables— Carrots. $1.25 per
Restore Color, Gloss,
sack: beets, $1.50®1.76; turnips,
$1.50; parsnips, $1.60®1.7S.
BIG M ONEY IN FURS
We Want Immediately
A Soldier s Strength
Bsfsly PI rat.
I naa returning horn# th# oth#r
•vsning about 1:10 o'slock wb#n I
•aw Tommy, my neighbor's boy, "lag
Every enlisted man would
ging tor llu#" with pennies, with a
crowd of other boys. 1 knew that his stand up stronger during the
family always had supper at • o'clock first year's service if he could
•harp, eo 1 eald " I ’ll bet yoa I cents
have th « benefits of
you'll mles your supper. Tommy."
He grinned ap at me eauclly and
"Then you loee your bet,
'cause 1 got the chops right here with
me Ms sent me for 'em at I o'clock."
— hirsrybody’s Magaslna.
W a r R e c ip e s
EAT LESS AND TAKE
SALTS FOR KIDNEYS
H. L1EBES & CO.
N. M. UNGAR CO.,
I Hotel Hoyt
S H IP £ &
dl6. STR0N6 CHICKS
C u tic u ra H e a ls
S k in T ro u b le s
C o w s H ealth- first
T P ortland S eed C o m p a n y ^
Portland Auto Truck
GRANDMA USED SAGE
FR ED DUNDEE
B y S p e c ia l A p p o in tm e n t
After going over the whole «ruck 'field we'have secured the agency for
what, in our judgment is the greatest value in motor trucks from the view-
point ' of tho farmer who considers Dependability, Service and Furtl Coat.
We are now Factory Distributors for B L T H L E H E M
M w T O R f^ T « I I C K S
M O TO R TR U C K S for the Pacific Nouuw est
F. O . B. F a c to ry
Kindly send detailed information on
Bethlehem Trucks (agency) _______
(fo r my own inform ation)___________
A d d ress___ ______________
NORTHWEST AUTO CO.,
F. W. Vogler, Pres.
Broadway at Couch St.,
I f you come to Portland preeent this
alenroomft and Recuro admission jLiekstS to
p ersonal compliment*.
•n In person at our
A u to Show with our
Potatoes — Oregon Burbanks, $1®
Common garden sage brewed Into a 1.25 per hundred; Yakimas, $1.60;
heavy tea with sulphur added, will sweet potatoes, 5@6lc per pound.
Onions—Oregon, buying price, $1.75
turn gray, streaked and faded hair
beautifully dark and luxuriant Just per hundred.
s few applications will prove a revela
Green F ru its— Apples, $1(S2.25;
tion If your hair Is fading, streaked or pears, $2.25; cranberries. Eastern,
gray. Mixing the Sage Tea and Sul
$17.50 per barrel.
phur recipe at home, though. Is trou
January 30, 1918.
blesome. An easier way Is to get a 80-
cent bottle of Wyeth's Sage and Sul
phur Compound at any drug store all Med. to choice steers... .$10.36® 11.00
ready for use. This Is the old time Good to med. steers.......
recipe Improved by the addition of Com. to good steers.......
Choice cows and heifsrs. 7.75® 9.00
While wispy, gray, faded hair Is not Com. to good cows and hf 6.60® 7.75
sinful, we all desire to retain our Canners......................... 3.00® 6.00
youthful appearance and attractive Bulls..............................
ness. By darkening your hair with
Wyeth’s Sage and Sulphur Compound, C a lves........................... 7.60® 11.00
no one can tell, because tt does It •• Stockers and feed ers.... 6.00® 9.00
naturally, so evenly. You Just dampen
a sponge or soft brush with It and Prime light h o g s ...........$16.10® 16.26
draw this through your hair, taking Prime heavy h o g s ......... 16.20®16.35
one small strand at a time; by morn P ig s .............................. 13.756fl6.00
lng all gray hairs have disappeared Bulk ............................ 16.00® 16.26
and, after another application or two,
your hair becomes beautifully dark, Western lambs............... $16.00®15.50
glossy, soft and luxuriant.
This preparation is a delightful toll Valley lambs.................. 14.5061 16.00
et requisite and Is not Intended for Yearlings....................... 13.006fl3.50
the cure, mitigation or prevention of Wethers......................... 12.606813.00
I E w e s ............................. 9.50® 11.00
T O A L L ORDERS
B roadway at Flanders, Portland, Or.
DON’T CUT OUT
4 Shoe Boil,Capped1
Hock or Bursitis
A B S O R B in e
U.S AT C‘ f
will reduce them and leave no blemishes.
Stops lameness promptly. Does not blis
ter or remove the hair, and horse can be
worked. $2.50 a Meli U n n i Book 6 M free.
ABSORBINE. JR., lor uanktnd. the cartrrytlt
Uni men! for Bollo. Bniigw*. Sore«, SwHlinfB. V tricooe Veioo.
Allay9 Pala «od Inflammation. 81.25 and •8.50 » botri« ft
drufftas or 4ctivcrc4. W ill tefl yoo moro ttf fwm arte.
V . F. YOUNG, P-O.f, 401 Ttmpl« St..
Soothe the Irritation and yoo relievo th*
iliatreas. Do both qslckly sad oMrctlvely
—by promptly sains a dependable remedy—