Image provided by: Morrow County Museum; Heppner, OR
About Lexington wheatfield. (Lexington, Or.) 1905-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 5, 1906)
A. REAL KINO IN AMERICA.
Han of (Jrriit A nihil Ion mid Wnltli
Con 111 MiiUo I'oieniufea (Jrlusrc,
What admit these sons of tlio rich,
those princes of our money urlstoe
rncy? How much chance Ih there that
ouo of tliom will develop the genius of
tlio founder of his lino, and lnsteud of
squnmli'i'iiiK in 11 1 Ion h will accumulate
trim of mlllloiiH; instead of living In
useless luxury on his income will prove
himself a force In the Industrial and
financial world, a man able to fight
mid coiiquer like his father or grand
father? Extraordinary happenings are al
ways unexpected, yet once In a cen
tury or so, like the advent of a mighty
conquerer or reformer, they do come
to pass. And If there should arise in
Prevention of Cookluv Odor.
Odors from cooking, the careful
housewife may be glad to know, can
he prevented by tying up In a linen
bag a lump of bread about the size
of a billiard ball and placing It In the
pot with tho boiling greens, hams, etc
This will absorb the gases which often
times send such an diluvium to the re
gions above. A few red peppers or
itu lnnil n inim of tl.lWv nr fnrtv who
starting with two or three billions P ' c',arcoal Put l,,to, the Il
(owned or controlled by him) should bo als? 8ald to "toP the unpleasant odor
rrnut nnnn.ri. to hrn.t. nHi th tram- which generally fills the uouso when
mels of Indolence and temptation,
great enough to see that never In mod
em times hrjs there been offered to a
man, not even to Napoleon, so stu-
I green vegetables are boiled.
Scald and skin small tomatoes. To
eight -pounds of fruit allow three
pendous a chance as this to wield ab- pounds 0f brown sugar. Cook without
solute power, great enough finally to water until the sugar has penetrated
uso his two or three billions to its full them, and they look clear. Spread on
potentiality, then well, there would plates In the sun, adding a little of tho
surely be Interesting history made in syrup while they are drying. Pack In
that man's lifetime! We have had our jnyers In small Jars or boxes, sprint
Iron kings, railroad kings, copper hw powdered sugar between the layers.
kings, sugar kings and others, but put d0wn in this way they will keep
there is one kind of king we have not indefinitely, and are almost equal to
had yet. A real king? Yes, lor now flgs whicu thfiy greatly resemble,
long, pray, would this republic stana
against the aggressions of such a man,
a great-minded despot without con
science or bounds to his ambition, one
In comparison to whom our Itockefel
Sift a pint and a hulf of flour, add
teaspoon of salt, a tablespoon of
sugar, two beaten eggs, a tablespoon of
ler .ml CarneL'-es would seem like lard and a balf a Plnt of 8weet ulllk to
blundering beginners? - Already our which has been added a teaspoon of
millionaire magnates have begun to "earn tartar ana nan a teaspoon 01
1.11 v our courts and legislatures, to cor- Boda- Work to a smooth dough, roll
rupt our cities, to debauch the public n lnch thick, cut out in large
conscience; lie would finish the work blscuite, rub over with sweet milk, lay
and do it thoroughly, he would make n Duuerea una ana uaue Drown m u
the laws, own the newspapers, subsl- Quick oven.
dlzo churches and colleges, mold public Creamed Grape.
opinion, direct the machinery or jus- Boll tt gm of water ami a pound of
tlce, control the Industries, the banks, Bugar to a BiruPi not stlr when
the Insurance companies, tne conui- a llttle ls brlttle ln lced water tek9
tions of labor, regulate supply and de- from the flre mi get ln tue inner Ves-
mand, fix prices, absorb profits, cen- sei of aoubie boiler, havlne Dotted
tnilize everything, be everything. Why water jn tne outer vessel. Add to the
not? Even as things are, has the world Blrup a tablespoonful of lemon Juice.
any king more powerful tnan j. t . Run a Btlff Btraw or a wlre through
Morgan or John D. Rockefeller? Re
member how Europe cringed to Mr,
Morgan at his last visit, with emper
ors seeking his favor and princes wait
ing at his door. A real king? Why,
we practically have two of them bl
each grape and dip each Into the sirup,
then lay on waxed paper to dry.
A pretty way of serving eggs for tea
ls to cut bread Into square pieces and
readv! Cleveland Moffett in Success toast Take eggs out of the shell, keep-
It . il 1. 1 T J. 11.. Lll
Vol.- U V.'"'
1 . ' '. . vi !
- j s
h. 'S '-T
V : j
If more than ordinary skill in playing brings the honors of the
game to the winning player, so exceptional merit in a remedy
ensures the commendation of the well informed, and as a reason
able amount of outdoor life and recreation is conducive to the
health and strength, so does a perfect laxative tend to one's
improvement in cases of constipation, biliousness, headaches,
etc. It is all-important, however, in selecting a laxative, to
choose one ot known quality and excellence, like the ever pleas
ant Syrup of Figs, manufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co., a laxative which sweetens and cleanses the system effect
ually, when a laxative is needed, without any unpleasant after
effects, as it acts naturally and gently on the internal organs,
simply assisting nature when nature needs assistance, without
griping, irritating, or debilitating the internal organs in any way,
as it contains nothing of an objectionable or inj'urious nature.
As the plants which are combined with the tigs m tne manu
facture of Syrup of Figs are known to physicians to act most
beneficially upon the system, the remedy has met with their
general approval as a family laxative, a fact well worth con
sidering in making purchases.
It is because of the fact that SYRUP OF FIGS
is a remedy of known quality and excellence, and approved by
physicians that has led to its use by so many millions of well
informed people, who would not use any remedy of uncertain
quality or inferior reputation. Every family should have a
bottle of the genuine on hand at all times, to use when a
laxative remedy is required. Please to remember that the
genuine Syrup of Figs is for sale in bottles of one size
only, by all reputable druggists and that full name of the
company California rig byrup Co., is plainly printed on
the front of every package. Regular price, 50c per bottle.
r toviTT villa, Ky.
Sa.ri Frartciacp. Cad.
lug the yolks whole. Beat the whites
to a stiff f roft ; lay the beaten white
FITS nicely on the toast, drop yolks
Hemorer. Hend for FroeW? trial bottleandtrpatlBe. In ceilter of white ring, Salt and put In
lll,a.u.auin,uilnwi ana M rmniB.iia.1, n . . . . w,
Unaaturicd corioaitr. taken out of tne oven pour a llttle melt
"There Is one thing I'd like to know," ed butter over the toast
said Mr. reck.
"What ls that, Henry?" queried his
"I'd like to know If the women who . . . . . . M
marry pugilists succeed ln having anges are put through a meat chopper
Five pounds of cranberries, washed,
and picked over, three pounds of seed-
MSI WOfU. ,. f flno A.J.1 ii. 4..I
A GUARANTEED CUBE FOll riliKH. uugea uuu iuicc iiuuiiua ui gruuuiuieu
Xtrlilnn, lilind, Hleodli.g, Prolriidlng Pile. Drii BUgar. MIX Well and let it boll UP
elHln aro mithnrl7.ed to refund money If PAZO , , , . . .
clHtn arfl munnnzea 10 reiui.u inuiie n
OIM MKM tails to cure ln6 loHduya, Wo.
Towne Yes, Tolkey ls dead, after
a two weeks' illness.
Browne You don't say? What was
the trouble? -Towne
Browne Well, well, slow as usual.
quickly, then set to simmer for three
Make an old-fashioned molasses can
dy. Just before taking from the flre
stir ln enough thoroughly popped corn
to thicken the mixture. As soon as
the candy can be handled take it by
The idea of taking two weeks to die the greatspoonful and lay It on a
of heart failure. Philadelphia Press, board tmckiy covered with popcorn
MotbeTBwlll find Mr-. Window's BootMng
Byrup the best remedy to use for their children
ourlug the teeming priou.
The "tips" annually paid in Switzer
land are reckoned at BUO,UW.
and roll Into ball shapes. Set aside
Use small cucumbers from two to
three Inches long; soak ln cold water
for two hours until thoroughly chilled,
$100 Reward, $100. n running water ir possible. Puck In
n-t,. ,BTnf thin nailer will be nleased to crocks or jara Cover to the brim with
Ihat" the f0llWlnS 1UlXtUre: 01,6 8all0n 0f
ih.t in ("marrh. Hftll'a Catarrh mire elder vlnecnr. nno nnl n hnlf minu
BlOljOO. ., , ,h '7 '
AVraStyr catarrh wn, ZSoSutS; of coarse salt, two ounces of dry mus-
lo.mi (ilsfinse. reuulren a eonBtilutlonal treat- tard.
ment. llau scaiarrn ureiniaitou iuvoiu"j,
"",?l?cii7..ffS ".r.S.-trnvl, th. Cabbage Rell.h.
foundation of the disease, and giving the pa- Shave one good head of cabbage as
iWnVtML&V hi!8;rrrtne as possible. Take one tablespoon-
proprietors have o much faith in its curative fui 0f grated horseradish to a quart of
fSr&TX the cabbage, and also a pint of cider
j,ch co-iTdedca i?? L
Mvub buu v.btsa ?rcu tiuu DLll. Llieili 1UCO
the vinegar until cooked, and pour over
the cabbage. Set It away to get cool,
Bold by druggists, 75c.
ilall's family Pills are the best.
It Happened In Vlneland.
"Shay, off'sher," the man with the
liquid burden remarked to the police-
Bake ln the oven slices of bacon till
man, "shee all 'em houses runnln' by?" they are brown and crisp; put them
"Sure," replied the policeman goou 0n a hot platter; add to the fat ln the
humoredly, "I see them." pan a tablespoonful or more of flour:
"Well, wiien num r six-went ir stir till smooth, .add gradually a tea-
comesh 'long shtop It, caushe 'at's cupful and a half of milk and cool
mine !" Philadelphia Ledger. two minutes.
To Break In Mew Shoes.
Always shake in Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder.
TtiMimn hot. sweating, aching, swollen feet.
Cures corns, ingrowing nails and bunions. At
11 druggists and shoe stores, 26c. Don't accept
any substitute. Sample mailed FREE. Address
Allen a. uimstea, u Koy, . x.
Harker That's the last time I'll ever
do Muggins a favor.
Parker What's the trouble?
Marker I did him one last week and
Instead of appreciating It he seems to
think he worked me.
Asphalt is found in large quantities ln
various parts of Hungary.
Boaton Brown Bread.
One cup of sour milk, one-half cup
of New Orleans molasses, one egg, but
ter size of walnut, one teaspoon of
soda ln the milk, and enough graham
flour to thicken like cake. Steam three
hours ; start over cold water.
"I never saw a man's opinion of
himself so thoroughly justified as was
young Softy's at our place the other
"What happened?"' '
"Well, he thought he was the biggest
gun In the establishment"
"And so he was always booming him
"Well, the boss Just fired him." Bal
Portland Trade Directory
Names and Addresses in Portland of Repre
sentative Business firms.
PHOTO SUPPLIES! Kodak developing and printing-,
write for prices. Woodard, Clarke & Co.
MAGIC LANTERNS Welster Co., Portland.
Lowest prices on Lanterns and 811des.
ELASTIC HOnIEBY; Supporters, Braces; Knit to
lit; free measurement blanks: Woodard, Clarice.
HORSES of all kinds for sale at very reasonable
prices. Inquire Z7s Iront BU
TRUSSES sent on approval : we guarantee fit In
most difllcult cases; Woodard, Clarke & Co.
SWEET PEAS-Send lOcforpckg. asstd Fair Gold
Medal peas. J.J. Butzer, 188 Front street.
Yon Bett !
Stranger I don't like your weather. It
is too fluctuating and uncertain.
Mr. Olds-Port Why, great Scott!
That' its charm. I've already made $2,-
000 this year by betting on it.
TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take LAXATIVE BROMOQulnlneTablets. Dmu
glsts refund money if It fulls to cure. E. W.
GHU VE'S signature Is on each box. Mc.
Kibbons and passementeries to the
value of $16,000,000 were produced in
1904 at St. Etienne, France.
W. L. Douglas
W. L. Douglas $4.00 Cilt Edge Line
cannot be equalled at any price.
Tom How did you know the girl I
was just talking with ls from Boston?
Jack I heard you sneeze twice dur
ing the conversation.
BURTON, HOWARD E.,-Assayer and Chemist,
Leadvllle, Colorado. Specimen prices; Gold,
Silver, lad, il ; Gold, Sliver, 75c; Gold, 60c; Zinc or
Copper, 81, Cyanide tests. Mailing envelopes and
full price list sent on application. Control and Um
pire work solicited. . Keierence; Carbonate Na
ARTIFICIAL EYES; every shade and shapo; as
sortment sent on approval; Woodard, Clarke Co
CREAM SEPARATORS We guarantee the U.S.
Separator to be the best. Write lor free catalog.
Haielwood Co., Ulih and Oak.
MEN'S CLOTHING Buffum Pendleton, sole
aKents Alfred Benjamin & Co.'s correct clothes.
Everything ln men's furuishlOKS. Morrison and
Sixth streets. Upposlte posloilice.
FREE LAND IN OREGON under the Carey Irri
gation act. Deed direct from state. Write today.
Booklet and map free. 11. S. Cooke & Co., 261
Alder street, Portland, Oregon.
POULTRY' FOOD If you want your hens to lay
more eggs write us for free particulars about PU
M1NA POULTRY FEEDS Acme Mills Co.,
TAILORS Columbia Woolen Mills Co., Portland,
Ore. Latest style clothes made to measure cheap.
Our self measurement system Insures perfect at.
Write for free samples and prices.
PIANOS A ORGANS Oldest piano house on Pa
ottle coast. Organs and Pianos on easy payments.
Write for list. Let us quote you a price. Allen &
Ullbert-Kamaker Co., Portland, Oregon.
Unman Hair Goods Switches, Pompadours, Men's
Toupees and Wigs; best quality; lowest prices;
send for free price list; mall orders a specially.
Paris Ualr Store, tun Washington St. Km 1SHS.
WET WEATHER. WISDOM!
y . THE ORIGINAL 132
Cook one quart of cranberries until
they are soft. Add one full pint of
sugar and cook until the Juice thickens.
Wet a dish or mold ln cold water and
fill It with cranberries. When cold
they will turn out nice and Arm.
H-ACK or yellow
ILL KEEP YOU DRY
NOTHING ELSE WILL
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTES.
SHOWINQTULL LINE Of 0BMIHT AND HATS.
A. J. TOWER CO.,0TON, MASS., o.a.A.
TOWC n CANADIAN CO., I.TD., TORONTO. CANAOA.
Sr3 1 JJULY 6. 8T
jffiS!cj31 lllllCAPITAL '2,500,000
W. L. DOUGLAS MA KES & SELLS MORS
MEM'S $3. BO SHOES THAN ANY OTHER
MANUFACTURER IN THE WORLD.
C1 n finfl REWARD to anyone who can
$IUUUU disprove this statement.
If I could take you Into my three large factories
at Brockton, Mass., and show you the Infinite
care with which every pair of shoes Is made, you
would realize why W. L. Douglas $3.30 shoes
cost mora to make, why they hold their shape,
fit better, wear longer, and are of greater
Intrinsic value than any other $3.50 shoe.
W. L. Douglas Strong Matlo Slioom for
Men, 92. BO, 92. OO. Boys' School A
DromsShoem, $2. BO, $2,$1.7 B,$1.BO
CAUTION. insist upon having W.L.Uoug,
las shoes. Take no substitute. None genuine
without his name and price stamped on bottom,
fast Color Eyelets used ; theu mill not wear brassy.
Write for Illustrated Catalog.
IV. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass.
Have You Ever Used
See that they are placed on your
next order. We are manufacturers
and importers of
ORE SACKS and
BURLAP of all kinds.
Bags of Burlap and Cotton
manufactured by us
Bemis Bro Bag Co.
1508-J514 Colorado Street
P. N. U.
WHEN writing to odrcrtlsors please
mention this paper.
"The reopleof the Fast and Middle WeBt will fall over themselves to
come to the Pacific Northwest when they find out how much better the
climate and advantages are."
Such Is the written statement of W. R. Pelvail, who has
been living in the Pacific Northwest twelve years.
We Want Them "to Find Out"
And the best way to tell them ls to send them our publications:
"Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Their Resources," a handsomely illustrated 88-page
book, telling all about the three states, four cen tB ln puBtage.
"What Farmers Have Done In Oregon, Washington and Idaho, as Told by Themselves,"
two cents in stamps.
"Restful Recreation Resorts," descriptive of the summering places of the Columbia
river and Coast, two cents ln stamps.
"The Columbia River Through the Cascades to the Pacific Ocean," large panoramic.
map oi t..e Columbia river, with story on reverse stile, four cents.
Large and accurate wall map of Oiegon, Washington and Idaho. 25 cents lit stamps.
Handy pocket map of Oregon, Washington and Idaho, stiff cover, two cents.
For any of the above, address, enclosing stamps s stated
A. L. CRAIG, G. P. A., Southern Pacific Company (Lines in Oregon)
Write today Portland, Oregon