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TR O U B LE .
CARE AND USE OF CASSEROLE.
Salad Rolls Call for Care In the Mak
ing, but the Result Repays All
Excellent Servant of the Cook Muet
Have Proper Treatment, and Thla
Advice le Good.
W O R TH
POULTRY AND GAME
Can get you fancy prices for W ild Ducks
and other sam e in season. W rits us for
cash offar on all kinds of poultry, pork. stc.
Pearson-Page Co., Portland
M A K E BIG M O NEY!
B * our represented
•laay sales anywhere.
Show samples and take
orders. N o risk. Don’t wait; write today.
Dept. 12. Room 312. Wilcox Rida.. Portland. Or.
ery bought, sold and
boilers, sawmills, etc. The J. E. Martin Co.. 83 1st
6L. Portland. Send for Stock List and prices.
BANDMEN: S s S f
HOLTON and BUESCHER
band instruments. The most complete stock
t f Musical Merchandise in the Northwest.
W rite for Catalogues.
8 E IB E R L IN G -L U C A S MUSIC CO.
134 Second Street
Soald one cup milk, add three ta-
; blespoons butter, one and a half ta-
| blespoons sugar and half a teaspoon
ful of salt. When lukewarm add one
yeastcake, dissolved In one-quarter
cupfuls lukewarm water and one and
a half cupfuls flour. Cover and let
rise, then add white of one egg beat
en stiff, and foured to knead. Again
let rise, shape In small biscuits, place
In rows on floured board, cover with
cloth and let It rise until light and
well puffed. Flour handle of wooden
spoon, and make a deep crease In
middle of each biscuit, take up and
press edges together. Place closely
In buttered pun, cover, let rise, brush
over with one egg slightly beaten and
diluted with one tablespoonful milk
and bake 12 or 15 minutes In a hot
oven. This may seem quite a process
to go through, but when done and
ready to be eaten one feels really re
paid. They are the best I ever ate.
Teal direct with manufac
W e pay the hitthe.t
In icea for Raw l ure.
for free price liât and shipping
Red Cress Ball Blue will wash double as many
clothes as any other blue. D on't put your money
into any other.
N. M. liNGAR CO.. FURRIERS
Sugar, three cups; butter, one and
one-half cups; six eggs; sour cream
one and one-half cups; saleratus or
soda, two teaspoonfuls; currants, one
pound; citron, one-fourth pound; one
Directions, beat the
eggs thoroughly, then add sugar and
butter and beat till smooth; dissolve
the saleratus in a little warm water
and put in the cream and make the
cake quite thin with flour to prevent
the fruit from settling to the bottom.
Do not chop the raisins, but cut them
in halves and remove the seeds; else
use seedless raisins. Then scald a
few momeuts to soften, drain and
flour (d red ge); then before putting
into the cake cut the citron in thin
slices, and as you fill in a layer of
'•ake put the citron over evenly, then
more of the cake mixture and another
layer of the citron and so on un-
-il the citron is evenly divided through
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O N L Y O N E “ BROM O Q U IN IN E ”
That is L A X A T I V E B R O M O Q U I N I N E . Lock
for the nignature of E. W . G R O V E . Cures a Cold
Fond Mama— “ What have you In in One Day, Cures Grip In T w o D ay a. 26c.
your apron?" Daughter (breathlesslyI
Frightened by Meteor’s Fall.
—“ O, mama, such good luck!
Cray's cat had six kittens and her
The flash of a ten-ton meteor, its
mama would only let her keep one. ail seemingly hundreds of yards long,
so she gave me the other f iv e !”— ightened up the Alleghany Valley for
three miles, the other day, just above
Pittsburgh, as it fell. Residents of
nearby hamlets ran from their homes
Stone the cherries, preserving every in fright. The next day the mass of
drop of Juice. Weigh the fruit, allow substance was smoking hot and incan
ing pound for pound for sugar. Put a descent in ‘places.
layer of fruit for one of sugar until
all is used up; pour over the juice
Consolation of an Early Settler.
and boll gently until the syrup begins
Adam heard them blame the post
to thicken. The short-stemmed cher of living on the middleman. ‘‘The
ries or the Morellas are the best for only thing they don’t blame on the
preserves. Sweet cherries will not do. first man,” he thankfully observed.—
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esn re c e iv e p rom p t tr e a t
m en ts o f Hen-Poisonous,
C. GEE WO
the Chinese doctor.
T r y o n c e m ore i f yon ha ve t>eea d o c to rin g w ith
th is o n e s n 'i th at o n e and h a ve no t ob ta in ed per
m a n a a t r e lie f. L e t th is g re a t n a tu re h e a la r d ia g
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a re no t known to th e ou tside w o rld , hat h a ve been
handed down fro m fa th e r to »o n in th e p h ysicians'
f a m ilie s ia C hina.
I f yon liv e ou t o f tow n and ca n n o t e *U . w r ite f o r
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fore the people of Cornwall know
about the terrible plague In London
there came to Bodmin itinerant trad
ers with pack mules laden with silk
and satin growns, rich robes, plumed
hats and expensive laces, which were
offered for sale at ridiculous prices.
The countryside rushed to purchase,
and the merchants, having disposed of
all their stock, departed. Then within
a day or two the purchasers were at
tacked by a strange sickness, and died
The gaudy clothes had
been stripped from the bodies of
D is te m p e r
those who had died of plague in Lon
In all its forms, among all ages o f horses
M oth er« w ill find V n . W in d o w * « Soothing
Syrup V e best rem edy to uso *or theix chUdxoa
’ u r io g .h e teeth in g ¿«eriod.
And so the kingly life is a life in
quest of big things. Everyone is pain
fully familiar with the temptation to
fritter away life in interests that are
small and mean.
There are those
who spend their strength in seeking
money. The concentrated purpose of
their days is a quest for gold. They
are zealous for artificial gems and
they miss the goodly pearls.— J. H.
To Polish Piano.
If the polish of your piano is dull,
wet it over sparingly with paraffin oil
and let it remain for two hours. Then
Dne Equipped With V/4 Horse Power polish with linen and chamois skin.—
Motor, While Other Runs Behind
M OTO R S K A T E Q U I T E U N I Q U E
as Sort of Trailer.
Is Caused by Catarrh o f the Throat
and Bronchial Tubes.
Some coughs are produced by a grave
organic disease of the lungs. Other
coughs are produced by heart disease.
An irritable stomach will produce a
cough. Stomach coughs are more com-
mon than is generally supposed.
ill also produce a cough
Catarrh o f the bronchial tubes. Ca
tarrh o f the larynx.
Catarrh o f the
In a catarrhal cough the amount of
expectoration is limited.
It is not so
easy to raise as in cases o f organic dis
eases o f the lungs. It may be frothy
or stringy mucus, difficult to expecto
rate. People will go on for months
with this sort o f a cough and give it no
Ordinary cough medicines that are
intended to lull the sensitive nerves
that are irritated by the catarrh will
do no good. In fact, they do harm.
What is needed is Peruna, which
strikes at once at the cause o f such a
cough. Peruna is a catarrh remedy.
As soon as the catarrh is removed from
the throat and bronchial tubes the
Usually the directions on the bottle
are sufficient. In some cases where
the cough is very continuous and an
noying a tablespoonful every hour is a
better way to take it. But a multitude
o f petmle who are suffering with this
sort o f cough and yet going about their
usual business need only take the Peru
na according to the directions on the
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For the Shopping Bag.
HOW I MADE
MY HAIR GROW
A contributor to the Youth's Com
panion tells the following story, which
certainly supports the theory by
some people that animals can rea Woman With Marvelously Beautiful
Hair Gives Simple Home Prescrip
“ We were on a stage Journey from
tion Which She Used With Most
Lewiston, Idaho, to Grangevllle, Idaho,
a distance of 70 miles.
stopped for noon at the Fountain
house, half-way between the two
towns. A large raccoon was chained by
I w as greatly troubled with dandruff and falling
the collar to a post In the front yard.
hair. I tried many advertised hair preparations
After luncheon the driver of the stage and various prescriptions, but they all siimally
gathered up a plate of food from the failed: many of them made my hair gTeaay so it
table and carried It out to where was impossible to comb it or do it up properly.
the animal was chained. He set the I think that many of the things I tried w ere posi
plate Just out of reach of the rac tively injurious and from my own experience I
cannot too strongly caution you against using
coon’s front paws. The animal strain preparations containing wood alcohol and other
ed and reached, but could not cover poisonous substances. I believe they injure the
roots o f the hair. A fter my long list of failures,
I finally found a simple prescription which I can
“ One of the passengers said, 'Why unhesitatingly
state is beyond doubt the most
do you not place It within his reach?" wonderful thing for the hair I have ever seen.
Many of my friends have also used it, and ob
“ ‘H e can reach It,’ the driver re tained wonderful effects therefrom. It not only
is a powerful stimulant to the grow th of the hair
and for restoring gray hair to its natural color,
“ ‘He can't, unless you move the but
it is equally good for removing dandruff, giv
ing the hair life and brilliancy, etc., and for the
purpose o f keeping the scalp in first-class con
“ 'W alt and see,’ said the driver.
dition. It also makes the hair easier to comb and
“The raccoon had by this time arrange in nice form. I have a friend who used
it two months and during that time it has not
given up trying to reach the food, and only
stopped the falling of his hair and wonder
sat whining. He seemed to ponder fully increased its growth, but it practically re
stored ail o f his hair to its natural color. You can
over the problem for a few momenta, obtain
the ingredients for making this wonderful
then stretched his chain to Its fullest preparation from almost any druggist. The pre
is as follows:
extent, turned round, reached out with scription
Bay Rum. 6 oz.: Menthol Crystals. H drachm;
his hind foot, dragged the plate to Lavnna de Composes'. 2 oz. I f you like it per
add a few drops of To-Kalon Perfume,
ward him, reversed the process, grasp fumed
which mixes perfectly with the other ingredients.
ed It In his front paws, and proceed This, however, is not necessary.
night and morning; rub thoroughly into
ed to enjoy hts dinner, much to the the Apply
amusement of the onlookers and the
Go to your druggist and ask for an eight ounce
containing six ounces of Bay Rum. also one-
discomfiture of the man who was sure bottle
half drachm o f Menthol Crystals, and a two-ounce
he could not accomplish the task.”
bottle of Lavona de Composes*. M ix the ingre
"Your boy seems to be stronger on
athletics than he is on the classics."
“ Yes," replied the candid parent.
"H e explained that to me. He says
he knows I am much more likely to
understand and appreciate what hs la
doing In athletics."
dients yourself at your own home. Add the Men
thol Crystals to the Bay Rum and then pour in
the Lavona de Compose«’ and add the To-Kalon
Perfume. Let It stand one-half hour and it is
reedy for use.
TAK E S THE W O R K OUT
OF WASH U AY.
Free illustrated catalog sent upon receipt
o f the coupon below or post Lai mentioning
Send me your
N a m e ..
I* the resulf ol Period Nutrition
which p roceed « from
A s s u re T h ese Benefits
Breaking It Gently.
How Paris Helps Poor.
SOME ANIMALS CAN REASON
“ I hev come to tell yez, Mrs. Mar
lone, that yer husband met with an
‘‘An’ what is it, now?”
wailed Mrs. Malone. “ He was over
come by the heat, mum.” “ Overcome
by the heat, was he? An' how did it
happen?’’ “ He fell into the furnace
FOR A L L
SORE EYES over at the foundry, mum.”— Tit-Bita.
“All In, Down
Raccoon Reaches Plate of Food With
Hind Lege When Unable to Con
nect With Forepawe.
W ere not made to do Machine W ork, but
there is • machine made to do Women’s
W ork, and it does it quicker and better
than it’s ever been done before.
Sew a very large safety pin In your
shopping bag. Then hang by means
of smaller safety pins your door key,
samples of cloth, memoranda and such
things. They will be handy when you
open the bag and save poking down
and around and about the bottom of
the bag for these things.
Line a deep plate with rich crust and
bake a delicate brown. Filling: Take
a scant cup of sugar in your sauce pan
and cream into a generous teaspoon
of butter (not m elted), b e a t.in the
yolks of two eggs and two tablespoons
It's in the Spring you always feel flour, and a cup of boiling water and
cook, stirring constantly until thick.
that way. The system is overloaded Add a little vanilla after this cream is
with winter impurities, the blood is cool. Slice into the crust a layer of
bananas alternated with a layer of
sluggish and the bowels clogged.
cream. There should be two layers of
each. Frost with the whites of two
eggs, beaten stiff, with two teaspoons
of sugar. Brown in oven.
Lemonade Ginger Punch.
Five lemons, one cupful of sugar,
one cupful of boiling water, ginger ale,
fresh mint, cold water, one-half heap
ing teaspoonful of gelatin. Wash the
lemons and slice them; then sprinkle
over the sugar. Let stand for 30 min
utes, and then add one quart of cold
water. Dissolve the gelatine in the
boiling water and add it to the lemon
mixture. Pour the whole into a punch
bowl and add the ginger ale, allow
ing one quart of ginger ale for each
quart of thé other liquid. H alf an
hour before serving add a few stems
of fresh mint.
P e ttits E y e S a lv e
Apt alliteration's artful phrase as
A Unique Motor Skate.
serts its potency in the utterances of
is an ideal medicine for all spring
one of the newly enfranchised west
ern women thus: “ Petrified, puttified, Illustration, says the Popular Mechan ailments and a trial now will con
ics. The foot to which the motor-
predaceous, partisan politices.”
Be sure it ’s H ostetter’s.
equipped skate is attached Is set
slightly ahead of the other foot,
Love Is never lost. If not recipro which rests on the non-powered skate.
cated, It will flow back and soften The latter skate might be designated
and purify the heart.—Washington as a trailer.
and dogs, cured and others in the same sta
ble prevented from huving the disease with
Spohn's Distemper Cure. Every bottl •
guaranteed. Over 500,000 bottles sold la s t!
year. $.50 and $1.00. Good druggists, or |
lend to manufacturers.
Agents wanted. I
(Vrite for free book. Spohn Med.Co.,Spec. I
Contagious Diseases, Goshen, Ind.
Riches in Poverty.
A pair of Ingenious roller skates,
How slight a thing is poverty; what
one skate of which is driven by a 1*4 riches, nay treasures untold, a man
horse power engine, fed from a tank may possess in the midst of it, if he
or case strapped to the back of the does but seek them aright.— Coleridge.
user, is shown in the accompanying
H i W. A. WISt. Punsi*? ài*# M u n ii
wrinkles is that they are caused by
worry, but the truth is that most of
them come from laughing.
To know how to laugh Is Just as
important as to know when to do it.
If you laugh with the sides of your
face the skin will work loose in time
and wrinkles will form in exact ac
cordance with the kind of laugh you
The man who always wears a smirk
will have a series of semicircular
wrinkles covering his cheeks.
A gambler, who is accustomed to
suppressing his feelings, generally has
a deep line running from each side of
his nose to the upper corner of his
mouth, which in time extends to the
chin, forming the shape of a half
A cadaverous person is usually
marked with two wrinkles, one on
the jaw and the other under the eye.
meeting at right angles at the cheek
The scholar’s wrinkle forms on his
brow, while a schemer’s wrinkles come
around his eyes and look like spokes
of a wheel.
Life, to be interesting, must be a
series of contrasts. There may be
discord today, but harmony tomorrow.
The balance of power comes through
not being too overwhelmed by sorrow,
nor too intoxicated by joy.
^ GAVIOTA BRAND
182 Madison St.
Contrary to General Impression, Most
Spread Dread Plague.
of Them Come From La u gh te r-
In the days of King Charles II news
traveled slowly in England and be
How Life Is Made Interesting.
It is cheaper to feed vir
gin noil than to restore fer-
tility once lost.
WHERE WRINKLES COME FROM
Before using a casserole for the first
time, it is well to temper It; this is
best done by covering it with cold
water. Then letting the water come
to the boiling point, remove from the
fire, and let the casserole remain in
the water until It is cold.
Under no circumstances let the cas
serole be put on the stove without
water or fat in it; If this is done the
dish will crack.
Avoid sudden changes of tempera
ture with the casserole; that is, do not
take It from the hot stove or oven j
and place it In cold water or in a
wet sink; this will prove disastrous
to the dish.
Casserole cooking requires only
moderate heat; If something is being |
cooked In the casserole at the same
time that intense heat Is required
for something else, take the precau
tion of setting the casserole In a pan
In cooking anything In a casserole
it 1 b well to allow twice the time for
cooking that would be required were
the stew or vegetables or fruit cook
ed In the ordinary way.
The number of smoking rooms now
would considerably astonish Queen
Victoria could she but see them. Her
late majesty could never bring herself
to do more than tolerate the weed In
any form, and the smoking room was
always relegated to a very distant
part of her various residences. Nor
were the guests permitted to solace
themselves with a quiet smoke in
their own apartments, as on their ar
rival they were specially warned not
to do so.
The fact that the receipts of Paris
theaters have more than doubled In
the last twenty years is a good thing
for the Paris poor, since every buyer
of a theater ticket in Paris has to pay
a ten per cent tax for the poor, the
total amount of which for the last
year was $1,300,000.
Rod Cross Ball Blue, all blue, best blu'.ng value
in the whole world, makes the laundress smile.
Flowers in the House.
Flowers add so much to the cheer
fulness of the home, even though w e
may not be extravagant in buying
them. A few flowers tastefully ar
ranged brighten the entire appear
ance of a room. Dinner tables look
bare and neglected without the little
vase of flowers or centerpiece of
TO SICK WOMEN
Thousands Have Been H elped
B y Common Sense
Why should we be in such desper
ate haste to succeed, and in such
Step to Your Own Drum.
desperate enterprises? If a man does
not keep pace with his companions,
Women suffering from any form o f
perhaps it is because he hears a dif
Let him step to female ills are invited to communient*
promptly with th*
the music which he hears, however
measured or far away. It Is not Im
w o m a n ’ s privata
portant that he should mature as soon
as an apple tree or an oak. Shall he
partment o f the L y
turn his spring into summer?—
dia E. Pinkham Med
icine C o . , L y n n ,
Mass. Your letter
will be opened, read
and answered by a
woman and held in
strict confidence. A woman can freely
talk o f her private illness to a woman ;
thus has been established a confidential
correspondence which has extended over
many years and which has never been
broken. Never have they published a
testimonial or used a letter without the
written consent of the writer, and never
has the Company allowed these confi
“ Oh, Mr. Titewadd, do you know, dential letters to get out o f their pos
I passed by a candy store yesterday, session, as the hundreds o f thousands
and actually didn’t go in.” “ How un o f them in their files will attest.
like you— I thought you said once you
Out o f the vast volume o f experienca
invariably turned in?”
you remember? You were with me.” which they have to draw from, it is moro
than possible that they possess the very
F IL E S CU R E D I N 6 T O 14 D A Y S
knowledge needed In your case. Noth
T o u r drucirint w ill refund money if P A Z O O I N T
ing is asked in return except your good
M E N T fails to cute any case o f Itchinar. Blin«..
Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days. 60c. will, and their advice has helped thou
sands. Surely any woman, rich or poor,
T ry the Left.
rliouid he glad to take advantage of this
“ I often wish,” mourned Senator generous offer of assistance. Address
Spouter, “ that I were ambidextrous, Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., (con
then I could go on writing my speech fidential) Lynn, Mass.
es without being interrupted by these
E very wom an «nitriit to have
Still, As Servants Go, Old.
Mrs. Heath sniffed audibly when
her sister happened to mention, with
considerable awe, a certain neighbor.
“ D aisy!” the married woman exclaim
ed. “ Why Daisy should speak of her
help ns ‘old family servants’ I can’t
“ But why shouldn't she,
if she wants to?” inquired the sister.
“ Because the one she’s had longest is
her cook, and so far, she’s stayed six
months!”— Youth’s Companion.
Blobbs— “ Do you think the death of
old Cloaeflst will be a loss to the com
Slobbs— “ Well, I under
stand the loss Is fully covered by In
There's hardly any way to be such
a nulBance as to have strong convic
tions.— New York Press.
Lydia E. 1‘ lnk ham’s HO-pago
T ext Hook. It is not a book fo r
general distribution, as it is too
expensive. It Is free and only
obtainable by mall. W rite for
P. N. U.
W H E N «rritin . to !
lion th l. paper.
‘‘Does your boy play football?"
“Not much.” replied Mr. Growcher
*1 think that what he enjoys la put
ting on the uniform and frightening
N o . 12—'13.
Color more roods brighter and faster colors than any other dye. One 10c package colors silk, w o o l and cotton equally
W ell and la guaranteed to give perfect results. Ask dealer, or w e w ill send postpaid at 10c a package. W rite for fre*
booklet h o w to dye, bleach and m ix colors.
M ONR OE D R U O C O H P A JiT , Quincy Illinois.