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New Houston Hotel
W a r R ecipes
S t.“ > «ml kre.rtl SU . 1-tKlUnd O n .
Four hludia from Union Imnot.
from Now 1'iwlomro.
M iaW n .rvl fln>|uW.
Oror iuu ouUtoo k m m
Kotoo Tto to W .1« 1.
CHAO, a IIOI'KINS. Meitesrr,
H o te l R o w la n d
O a* hundred «ml .l i l y I n Koomo, all Hurlora ;
nlo. free phunaa un «Vary Auur.
■ U lt e ;
» 5 .0 0 p o r
Qppualt« Court liimoo, I Murk. from FoetuSIr»,
f i t « l’ rouf. H. I* and Orodoo %UM-lrt« vaaa duut.
\vteSTERN YkucK A t t a c h m e n t
• â s Ê B f& W
) lied Owners in
(tA and O regon.
lui (Miint of a truck attach
.1 1 « IDMSt V1.
brannua. Th« Wentern I«
ment i» th
urk attachment müde with a
‘ He only t
bon Bearing. Other ape-
v i n i v v ^ -r
••Hf“ in '
•uad Ì ^ L r M O R , factory |)„lnbulof.
P wii U m ì , O rsin a .
life l«a H
*“ V T *
Cut out the follow in g racapaa and
patta th a n in your co o k k ook to halp
you H oovariaa.
T h ey have boon
thoroughly taalsd by in stru ctor! and
spacial facturera in tho d e p a r t m e n t
o f h o m e econ om ics at tha University
oi W ashington.
Freeh Mackerel liaketl In Urown
Sauce-—Freeh mackerel la Inclined to
be rather dry and therefore aliould be
basted frequently while cooking; or
tthoulti be b a k e d In a enure. The fol
lowing method la good: Kreah mack
erel, mh II. pepper. Haute with 2 table
apoonfula fat, t4 cup hot water, 1 tea
apoonful lemon juice.
Clean mackerel, removing head and
tall. Itub with Halt, and aprinkle with
pepper. Cook In dripping pun until
nearly done, baatlng occasionally.
When nlnioat done, cover with brown
Hauce and buttered crumbs and bake
until crumbs brown.
lirown Sauce— Two tableapoonfula
fat. 1 alien onion, 3 tableapoonfula
flour, 2 cups meat aock or water. %
teaapoon Halt, Vi teaapoon pepper, 3
dropH kitchen bouquet.
Cook otilou tn fat uutli allghtty
m ix e d
H e a a o n ln g a
b row n
flour and butter. Add a tuck gradually,
atlrrtng coiiHtantly. Add kitchen b o u
A Voice of Prejudice.
"I told you it waa a mistake to taka
over those Hawaiian lalanda," said the I
man who never gives up.
D o cold» g o down to your throat? Are your bronchial
"Why, those lalanda are now anong
easily affected? A bove all, d o colds settle on your
our valued possessions."
"Hut look at tbe comfort they have chest?
Then your lung» may not be as strong as you
destroyed. As soon as they got a little expected— consumption often follows.
eucouragement they flooded the whole
western hemisphere with ukuleles."— |
Good Physician* Everywhere Prescribe
firing Mark ita Color and Lustre Washington Star.
with G ran dm a’a Sage
A Different Matter.
Oke— You’re paying too much rent,
Common garden sage brewed Into ■
Owens— You mean the rent Is too j
heavy tea, wltb sulphur and alcohol high.—Boston Transcript
added, will turn gray, streaked and
faded balr beautifully dark and luxuri
Something of Wsr.
ant. Mixing the Hage Tea and Hulphur
"Is tbe strenuous looking young wo f°r strengthening delicate throats and weak lungs while its glycerine
recipe at home, though, Is troublesome man you showed me a war bride?"
soothes the tender linings and alleviates the cougn.
An easier way Is to get the ready-to-
"I should say so. When she and her
Start on Soott'm E m ulsion to d a y — It is Nature’s
use preparation Improved by the add! huxhand get to arguing, she throws
building-food without drugs or alcohol.
tlon of other Ingredients, coating about tbe rtrst thing that comes to hand at
. T h* twperied Novwvqian cod liver oil need In S m K ’ i ZmmUUm la now refined In
60 cents a large bottle, at drug stores, him.”— Exchange.
on* ow n American labuniortoe w h ich guarantee. It free from imparitiee.
known as “ Wyeth's Bi-ge and Sulphur
Scott ft Sows«. Dkanleld. 14. J.
1 7 -1 1
Compound,” thus avoiding a lot of
To restore a normal action to Liver,
Kidneys, Stomach and Bowels, take
While gray, faded hair Is not sinful, Garfield Tea, the mild herb laxative.
we all desire to retain our youthful All druggists.— Adv.
appearance and attrac! reness.
darkening your balr with Wyeth's
Past His Power.
Sage and Sulphur Compound, no one
"There Is one thing no mechanical
can tell, because It does It so naturally, genius has ever succeeded In doing."
so evenly. You just dampeu a sponge
"What Is that?"
or eoft brush with It and draw tills
“ Utilizing the hoarse power of a
through your hair, taking one small cold.”— Exchange.
strand at a time; by morning all gray
T o u g e t t h e I h igh est ortet
Ice s a n d q u ic k returns
hairs have disappeared. After another
w h e n y o u ship t o th is
Garfield Tea Is Nature's laxstlve and
' i o ld esta b lish ed and
application or two your balr becomes
y o u r n earest m a r k e t
beautifully dark, glossy, soft and lux blood purifier; It overcomes constlpa-
■END T O R
B E S
uriant and you appear years younger. tlon and ita many attendant aliments.
R A W T V ft
R a w Fur Dealers- Fur M an ufactu rers
PRICE LIS T
Wyeth's Hsge and Sulphur Compound — Adv.
14 » B r o a d w a y , D e p t O PO R T LA N D , ORE.
Is a delightful toilet requisite. It is
"This shortage of sugar ought to be !
not Intended for the cure, mitigation easily remedied.”
or prevention o f disease.— Adv.
“ Aren't tbe whole people raising
DO Y O U R C O W S FAIL TO C LE A N ?
A Cruel Hint
Cain about it?”— Exchange.
This la a aeriooa condition land re
Miss Uglyface— I suspect the men
quire« prompt attention.
Dr. Duwid Roberta’
who have proposed to me of being
after my money, and I would not mar
gives quick relief. Keep it on band
ry a man who did not love me for my
and prevent the ruin o f your
cow. Read the Practical H om e
Miss Curlylocks— But, my dear, the
i Veterinarian. Send for free book
let on ABORTION IN COWS. I f
age of miracles Is past.— Exchange.
Raw F u rs Wanted
W E W AN T AT ONCE
Are made from your OLD CAR
PETS. Keg Knyra woven all oisea.
Mall ortlera receive prompt and care
ful attention. Send for booklet.
flaked Red Snapper and Lemon
Sauce—Slices of red snapper I Vi Inch
NORTHWEST RUC CO.
E. Hth and Taylor SI».
Portland, Or. thick, nalt, pepper, bread cruinltH, 2
tableapoonfula fat, '4 cup hot water,
1 tableapoonful lemon juice.
M ONEY FOR YOU.
Wipe flab dry and rub with Halt and
Thousand, uf trained young
pepper. Cover with crumba and dot
Heh like W alk er lluelneee I olUme. I wtlend. piarne
| with fit. Add a little water and coo1-
pusliiuiia. Em roll a *
uiiAl tender (about 3d minutes). Haste
with n mixtures of fat, hot water, and
0 i*V m .
lemon juice. Iteifjae and serve with
Lemon Sauce— 3 tableapoonfuls but
ter. 2 tablespoon fills flour, 1 cup hot
Aeuaki Äotd. Hauled .a d It
water, yolk of one egg, Vi teaspoon
W A t.K F Il KLKCTHIC W«
"Howdy, Cousin Ellen. Me and the
Uureaide. cor, loth.
Melt the butter, stir In the flour and girls have come to town to do some
Din CTDnur.Mll CHICKS “dd w“''’r •«'■“ '-U“ ' 1» **our slowly over shopping and we thought wo would
DIO, 5 1 HU"
I beaten egg and return to fire until it slop and take lunch with you."
o f ualng I'ntji-
"Oh, I'm awfully sorry. Cousin
rubaiU>r« amt Hrwal- thlckena.
Amanda, but this is one of our foodless
T h a t'« the kitwt you
Urol led CJ ray fish—One lb. freah gray days."— Exchange.
W H I« fur our big
ttxm ( 'a la lo« No. 6U.
fish, rklnned; 1 cup bread crumbs, 1
egg slightly beaten. Marinade: 1 cup
flTAlUMA INCUBATOR CO.
Advance by Retrogression.
Tbe rookie was being taken to the
I'atalum a. California vinegar, Vi cup salad oil. 1 tablespoon
ful chopped onion. 1 tablespoonful guard house.
chopped parsley, 4 peppercorns. 4
“ Quick promotion," he muttered to
whole cloves; 2 bay leaves crumbled. himself. "I am already in charge of a
V« teaspoon thyme. V4 teaspoon pa squad of men.” — Boston Transcript
prlkn, 1 teaspoon salt.
1-* <'all at XOt Aider itreel or mall samples
Cut fish for one hour In dressing HELP 18 OFFERED, and is freely glv-
We buy all the time and pay the hlshwet
made of above Ingredients, turning
i'll to every nervous,
market prtre. Ikm 't fell U> get In touch
Dtp In egg, bread
with ue le.fore M-llln*.
W e a t« the
delicate woman, by
O n ly E x clu s iv e B ean D ea lets In
crumbs, and then egg; broil under a
O ie g o n . We want more esente at
Cleaner, and i‘
plates write fur nur esente' terme.
on label—in Tablet
8 . C. D A L T O N C O .,
Sheep Shearing Under Way.
NS Alder HI..
PORTI .ANO. OKK.
Shearing is now quite general in the
In every "female
Yakima wool sections. Sheepmen are
taking advantage of the favorable
In every ex
The Restive Button.
weather and pushing operations. There
™ hauated condition of
Indignant Wife— What on earth to ! have been no shipments o f wool as
the female system, the "Prescription"
you do to your clothes to keep me yet, but a large quantity is expected
never falls to benefit or cure. Bearing
sewing on buttons this way?
Apologetic liuaband—I don't know, fo go to Portland by the end o f the down pains, internal inflammation and
my dear. I merely touch tho button month. The market is holding steady ulceration, weak back, and all kindred
ailments are completely cured by it.
— I can't Imagine what does the reel. and there is every indication that the
Oregon and Washington clips will It’s a marvelous remedy for nervous
— Hi Itlmoro American.
bring as good prices as ruled last sea and general debility. Insomnia, or In
ability to Sleep, Spasms, Convulsions
son. The wool produced in the United or Fits.
"Vuu want a quantity i this, my States furnishes only about 60 per cent
Ur. Pierce’s Medical Adviser (1000
•len JjftiuA This will euro 'em when overy- o f the amount uaed in peace times.
pages) will bo sent free on receipt of
« thing elae falls down."
60 one-cent stamps to pay cost of
"Can't see It," declared the druggist
printing and mailing only.
"I ni ght sell some of your remedy, but
i)r. Pierce. Buffalo, N. Y.
everything else I have wou.o be dead
Constipation causes many serious
stock."— Louisville Courier-Journal.
diseases. It is thoroughly cured by Dr.
Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets. One a laxa
A Reasonable Request.
Wheat—Bulk basis for No. 1 grade: tive: two or three are cathartic.— Adv.
Counsel (In divorce ca se)—I ask that
recess be takon at tills point, your Hard White— Bluestem, Early Bart,
Allen, Galgalus, Martin Amber, $2.06.
"Do electrical wires have to be made
Judge—On what grounds?
of well-tempered metal?”
Counsel — My client wishes to fold, white valley, Gold Coin, White
“ I don’t know. They seem to get
White club— Little into mischief every time they’re
change her gown. She hasn't display Russian, $2.03.
ed hulf her costumes yet.— lCxchange. club, Jenkins club, white hybrids, So crossed.”— Exchange.
Red Walla — Red
Russian, red hybrids, Jones fife. Cop-
Dr. Pierce’s Pellets are best for liver,
"A wise man may change his opin pel, $1.98. No. 2 grade, 3c less. No.
bowels and stomach. One little Pellet
3 grade 6c less. Other grades hanledd for a laxative—three fo r a cathartic.
"Y ds ,” replied Senator Sorghum,
“ but be takes an awful chance If he by sample.
Why Bald So Young7
Flour— Patents, $10.
changes It more than once or twice
Dandruff and dry scalp usually the
during the same campaign.”—Wash
Bran, $30 per ton; shorts, $32 per cause nnd Cutlcura the remedy. Rub
ton; middlings, $39; mixed cars and the Ointment Into scalp. Follow wltb
less than carloads, 60c more; rolled hot shampoo o f Cutlcurn Soap. For
free sample address. “ Cutlcura. Dept.
barley, $666068; rolled oats, $66.
coins *t » la awpri a .« f,.r
Butter — Cubes, extras, 51c; prime X. Boston. At druggists and by mall.
H IC E ' C SSCAX UP A-C010
l i t t l ) TASICTS - 25c
firsts, 50c. Jobbing prices:
Prints, Soap 25, Ointment 25 and 50.—Adv.
All • nlgciete «ell Ihrtn.
extas, 62c; cartons, lc extra; butter-
His Simple Request
fat, No. 1, 65c delivered.
“ I am now prepared to answer any
Wool & Mohair
questions you may care to ask,” said
ceipts, 35<ft3r>Jc per dozen; candled, the lecturer.
W# wut all y«a I if«. Writ* lei Pncrt and SHipp«i| Tag».
37c; selects. 39c.
TH E H. F. N O RTO N C O M P A N Y ,
"Any oue barred?” asked a man in
Poultry— Roosters, old, 2(V</ 22c per the audience.
Portland, Or*., S«attl«\ W n „ Hellinrhatn. Wn.
pound; stags, 246>26c; springs, 27(a
“ Certainly not” replied the man on
28c; broilers, 35c; ducks, 32 (a) 86c; the platform.
"Then Just wait a few minutes, will
geese, 20(a21e; turkeys, alive, 26(<i
you mister, till I run home and get
27c* dressed, 36(u37c.
that four-year-old kid of mine. He’s
Veal— Fancy, 20(i»'20|c per pound.
got a few hard ones that Td like to
Will gu ira n tM you top market pH cm at all timaa
have you answer for me."—Detroit
for your Vral. Hojr*. Poultry. Finr«. Buttar, Hide*.
Etc. I f you have not *hipp«d to ua, try ua.
sack; beets, $1.50 60 2.00; turnips,
It takes Congress to settle a strike,
113 F ron t,
P O R T L A N D , OR. $1.50; parsnips, $1.50612.00.
Potatoes — Oregon Rurbanks, $1(<£ but an unruly stomach is subdued by
1.25 per hundred; Yakimas, $1.50; Garfield Tea.—Adv.
sweet potatoes, 5fci 5Jc per pound.
V eal, Pork, Beef,
Onions—Oregon, buying price, $1.76
SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES.
Poultry, Butter, Eggi
and F e r a P roduce.
Allen's Foot-Ease, the antiseptic powder. Makes
new shoes feel easy. Relieves Corns.
to tho Old Rallabla KvnrdI nor honwi «Hth a
Green Fruits — Apples, $1602.25; Hunions. Hot,
Swollen. Tender. A chin If Feet.' Sold
26c. D on't accept sny substitute.
Da aaaurra o f I U r M A R K t T PRJCE3.
Address. Allan S. Olmsted, Le
$17.60 per barrel.
F. M. C R O N K H ITE
Roy. N. Y.
March 20, 1918.
« 4 7 F ree, Street
Portland. O reeoa
Med. to choice steers.. , . $11.006111.80
Good to med. steers........ lO.OOfq 11.00
For fat stuff o f good qualityiweCwiU p a y' aa fol
B U Y D I R E C T jj
Com. to good steers........
Choice cows and heifers. 9.006110.00 Pr«‘ R!H»d pork. 20c.
Small. (ircHMul veal, 18c.
Com. to good cows and hf 8.006(! 9.60 B ig veal up to 300 lba.. 12c
C enners............................. 4.2560 6.26 Live rooeters, 22c.
Drensod stnrtll goats. 12c.
Bulls................................... 5.0060 9.00
W e do not aak commission. Immediate pay
C a lv es............................... 7.606012.00 ment.
Stockers and fe e d e r s .... 6.5060 9.50 F R A N K L. S M IT H M E A T CO..
By hnyln* direct from n* at «rholmal«* prices
"F ig h tin a the B eef T ru et."
and save the plumber** profit*. Writ* u* to I Hogs—
PO R TLA N D . ORE
day your nooda. W*» «rill irive you our rock-
Prime light h o g s ............. $17.006017.20 2 2 8 A l d e r S t .,
bottom "d lrect-to-you” pHeoa. f. o. b. rail or
boat. W o actually navo you from 10 to 86 par
cant. All rood* miarantcod.
North wo* t. hoadquartcr* fm T^oadar Water
Bulk ................................. 16.906017.00 Sooth* th e Irritation s a d yon relieve the
System* and Fullar A Johnson Engines.
dlstieee. Do b oth q a lc k lr and effectively
S T A R K -D A V IS C O .
Western lambs................. $15.006015.50 —hy prompt I v u a la f a d ependable rem edy—
Valley lambs.................... 14.506015.00
I Yearlings.......................... 18.006018.60
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A re Your Lungs
WE w;.jrfNTYOUR BEANS
T H E V O G E L
P R O D U C E C O.
Ship Your Produce
Your Own Plumbing!
CORNS LIFT OUT
no dealer in your town, write
Or David A Herts' Vet. Co, 100 6nae Are . Weekesla, Vis
Eut less meat and take Salts for
Backache or Bladder
Urlo acid In meat excites the kid
neys, they become overworked; get
sluggish, ache, and feel Uke lumps of
lead. The urine becomes cloudy; the
bladder is Irritated, and you may be
obliged to seek relief two or three
times during tbe night When the kid
neys clog you must help them flush
off the body's urinous waste or you’ll
be a real sick person shortly. At first
you feel a dull misery in the kidney
region, you suffer from backache, sick
headache, dizziness, stomach gets
sour, tongue coated and you feel rheu
matic twinges when the weather Is
Eat less m eat drink lots of water;
also get from any pharmacist four
ounces of Jad Salts; take a table
spoonful In a glass of water before
breakfast for a few days and your kid
neys will then act fine. This famous
salts Is made from the acid of grapes
and lemon Juice, combined with llthla,
and has been used for generations to
clean clogged kidneys and stimulate
them to normal activity, also to neu
tralize the acids in urine, so It no long
er Is a source of irritation, thus end
ing bladder weakness.
Jad Salts Is Inexpensive, cannot In
jure; makes a delightful effervescent
lllhia-water drink which everyone
should take now and then to keep the
kidneys clean and active. Druggists
here say they sell lots of Jsd Salts to
folks who believe In overcoming kid
ney trouble while It Is only trouble.—
You corn-pestered men and women
need suffer no longer. Wear the shoes
that nearly killed you before, says
Sore Eyes, Eyes Inflamed by
this Cincinnati authority, because a
Sun, O u st and W in d Quickly
few drops of freezone applied directly
relieved by Murine. Try it In
on a tender, aching corn or callous
V >lour Eyes and In Baby's Eyes.
stops soreness at once and soon the
t O N . W u . f ,J .,t E r ,C .« i.r t
corn or hardened callous loosens so It Uterine Eye Remedy
can be lifted o u t root and all, with Sre Salve, in Tebto 2k . For Bto* u f (A, S i t - Hr**.
Ask M a rin e E y e B e m t f j C ® .. c k k e s s i
A small bottle of freezone costs
very little at any drug store, but will
positively take off every hard or soft
corn or callous. This should be tried
as It Is Inexpensive and Is said not
to Irritate the surrounding skin.
If your druggist hasn’t any freezone
tell him to get a small bottle for yon
from bis wholesale drug house. It Is
fine stuff and acts like a charm every
)ne T reatrnent
In the Cafe.
Enough ie Too Much.
Thirsty Tommy (somewhere In
"Going to dinner, Jones? Come in
France, who so far bas only been able
here first and have an appetizer.”
"Great Scott, man! Hoover won’t to get the glad eye;— ’Ere, BUI, you
let me satisfy the appetite 1 have now.” know the lingo—tell ’er my hobby’s
beer, not love!—London Opinion.
Only One Letter.
“ What did you d o when you found
your boat’s course arrested by the In
Pretty soon the German people will
get tired of deifying the kaiser and
"Why, I balled her o u t"—Exchange. they will begin defying him.—Path
Specialized in Athletics.
"Jones was educated at Harvard,
Such a Dear Friend.
Ethel—Agnes was at the cat show.
“ No; he merely went there.”— Ex
Maud—As an exhibit? — Boston
He— Isn’t that Gen. Blank and his
Bride — This apartment is entirely
daughter over there?
too dark for our purposes.
She— Yee. They say that she has
Agent—Why Is It too dark, madam?
been through more engagements than
Bride— Because we want to do light
her old father.—Exchange.
housekeeping.— Brooklyn Citizen.
Swift & Company
A t a recent hearing of the Federal Trade Commission there
was introduced correspondence taken from the private files of
Swift & Company,which showed that the Company had been con
sidering for some time an educational advertising campaign.
The need for this publicity has been apparent to us for sev
The gross misrepresentation to which w e have
recently been subjected has convinced us that we should no longer
delay in putting before the public the basic facts of our business,
relying on the fair-mindedness of the American people.
The feeling against the American packer is based largely on
the belief that the income and well-being of the producer and
consumer are adversely affected by the packers’ operations,
resulting in unreasonably large profits.
Swift & Company’s net profit is reasonable, and represents
an insignificant factor in the cost of living.
For the fiscal year 1917 the total sales and net profit of Swift
& Company were as follows:
_______________ _________________________________ «_____________
P r o fi t s
$S 75 ,ooo,ooo.
This is equivalent to a $3,465. profit on a business o f $87,500.
Swift & Company had made no profit at all, the cattle raiser
have received only one-eighth of a cent per pound more for his
or the consumer would have saved only one-quarter of a cent per
on dressed beef.
Swift & Company, U. S. A.