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About Lexington wheatfield. (Lexington, Or.) 1905-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 3, 1906)
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ami builds up tin) wholo -ystoiii.
It riidlciilly iukI penimnmitly cures nil blood
uIhdiimok, from plmplcH to scrofulu. j
It Im tho host constitutional remedy tit ca
tarrh, rliOiiinutlKiii and dyspepsia.
Thoro Ih no tlnm of your w hen It In not more
wldoly UHnfnl tlmn any other meillclno.
These stntiummts are confirmed dully by
cured and grateful men and women.
Over 40,000 tegmental In the laHt two
yearn an linequaled, unupproaehed record I
Now put up In tablet, an well an usual
liquid form. 100 Dose Ouo dollar.
"I wish you would send a mnn up
to fix my typewriter."
"Wlint seoins to be the matter with
"I think tlie type Is pled ; look at this
"It If not your typewriter, but your
BtenoRritplier that needs overhnullnR;
j-ou'll hnve to do thut yourself." Hous
THE FARMER TO BLAME.
If His Land Suffers from Drouth or
Lacks Water for Irrigating When
Small Stream Is Near.by Says
"It is the farmer's own fault, if, in
these days of scientific discovery, he
does not reap all the returns he should
from his land, be it located wherever
or however it may, in or without the
rain belt, so long as there 1b a small
stream with a slight fall nearby."
Such was the remark the other day of
Mr. Robert Washburn, a man of wide
experience in agriculture, horticulture
and individual irrigation enterprises
throughout the great Pacific Northwest,
being at present an extensive owner
and operator of Rogue river land,
"Devastation to crops as a result of
droughts and barrenness of land from
lack of water are two evils that can
easily be overcome," continued Mr.
"Washburn, "if the flow of a little
stream is only utilized by any one of
the modern mechanical devices now be
ing made for just such work and al
ready accomplishing for many the de
sired results. The simplest and most
inexpensive of these devices for elevat
ing the water of a stream to a higher
level is, perhaps the hydraulic ram.
It is a self-pumping engine that is rap
idly fulfilling the need of the farmer
and small irrigationist for a sure
scheme of getting out of their land all
those bountiful returns yielded where
water is plentiful."
un me inmae.
"Old Gay boy plays the races, doesn't
"No ; he's too smooth for that lie
riTQ Permanently Cured. l?o fits or nervousness
j 1 10 afternriitday'iuseorDr.Kllne'sUreatKerve
Jlenlorf r. Hend for Free t)3 trial bottle and treatise.
Dr. H. 11. Kline, Ltd., 631 Arch Hi.. Philadelphia, Pa,
"What is a domestic animal, mam
ma?" asked the little boy.
"A domestic animal" replied mam
ma, with a scornful glance at papa,
who was putting on his coat, "Is one
who does not spend all his time at the
Pluh. Brooklyn Life.
ALL THE !fiail
BEST DEALERS OshmI
A. J. TOWER CO.. ESTABLISHED 1836
BOSTON NEW YORK, CHICAGO
TOWFB fMUBUN CO 1 mH,A TOBOMTrt fill
CL ASSIFI ED ADVERTISI NG
Portland Trade Directory
Names and Addresses in Portland of Repre
sentative Business Firms.
PHOTO HUl'PT.IEH; Kodak developlnu and print
ing! write tor prices. Woodard, Clarke & Co.
11AOIO LANTEHN8-Welster Co., Portland.
Lowest prlcea on Lanterns and Slides.
ELASTIC! HOSIERY; Supporters, Braces; Knit to
Fit; free measurement blanks; Woodard, Clarke.
HORSES of all kinds for sale at very reasonable
prices. Inquire 275 Front Ht.
TRUSSES sent on approval; we guarantee at tn
most difficult cases; Woodard, Clarke A Co.'
ARTIFICIAL EYES; eyery shade and shape; as
sortment sent on approval; Woodard, Clarke Co
CREAM SEPARATORS We guarantee the U.S.
Separator to be the best. Write lor free catalog.
Hazelwood Co., Fifth and Oak.
MEN'S CLOTHING Buffum A Pendleton, sole
agents Alfred Benjnmln A Co.'s correct clothes.
Everything tn men's furnishings. Morrison and
Sixth streets. Opposite posiollice.
FREE LAND IN OKEOON under the Carey Irri
gation act. Deed direct from state. Write today,
Booklet and map free. B. S. Cooke fc Co., 261
Alder street, Portland, Oregon.
POULTRY FOOD-If you want your hens to lay
more eggs write us for free particulars about PU
RINA 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 lit.
Write for free samples and prices.
PIANOS A OROAN8 Oldest piano house on Pa
cltio coast. Organs and Pianos on easy payments.
Write for list. Let us quote you a price. Allen t
UUbert-Raniaker Co., Portland, Oregon.
Human Hair Goods Switches, Pompadours, Men's
Toupees and Wigs; best quality; lowest prices;
send for tree price list; mail orders a specialty.
Paris Half Utore, V) Washington UU Est 1888.
Apple I'ltim Pudding.
Arrange In a deep eurthen baklnfc
dish suitable for serving us many ap
is's, cored und pared, us it will hold.
Fill the core cavities with a mixture
of , equal parts of boiled chestnuts,
stoned dates, seeded raisins and wal
nuts, all chopped fine and moistened
wltl) lemon Juice and sweetened to
taste.. Melt sugar mid butter In hot
water in the proportion of one table
spoonful of siiRiir and one-half tea
spoonful of butter for enoh upple, and
one cup hot water for five apples. Pour
this over the apples and baste fre
quently, adding more water If needed.
There should be just a little rich thick
Blrup nt the last. Serve hot with thin
cream or cold with whlpiwd cream.
Peanuts, almonds, English walnuts
or pocuns may be used for this candy.
Prepare the nuts by removing the In
ner covering and chopping them. Then
grease the bottom and sides of a
broad, shallow tin pan with fresh but
ter, nnd put the nuts Into It, spread
ing them evenly. Put one pound of
granulated sugar, with half a teacup
ful of water and a pinch of cream of
tartar, Into a kettle and boil until
thick, but not too brittle. Pour the
simp over the nuts and set aside to
cool. When slightly stiff mark off Into
wide bars with a sharp knife and let
stand several days, when It will bo
come soft and delicious.
Gluce Small Fruit.
Divide peeled oranges into lobes and
run two of the lobes on a small stick.
On another of these thin skewers im
pale five Malaga grapes. Boil to a
sirup a pound of granulated sugar and
a gill of cold wuter and do not stir
while cooking. Try often by dropping
a little in iced water and when It is
brittle add a tablespoonful of lemon
Juice, remove from the Are, set In an
outer pan of scalding water and dip
tho fruit-covered sticks Into the sirup,
turning them over and over, then lay
ing on waxed paper to dry.
Put in a fryinir pun and molt nna
generous tablespoonful of butter; stir
into it one teaspoonful of flour until
smooth and frothy, taking care not to
brown. Then draw the pan back and
add, gradually, one cupful of cold milk,
half a teaspoonful of salt and a dnsh
of pepper. Let the sauce boll up once,
men pour into a deep earthen pie plate.
Into this drop eight esres. Pln th,.
dish in a moderate oven, and, when the
eggs are Just set, serve immediately
in the same dish. Garnish with nnr.
Minced Veal and Eggs.
Take some remnants of roast or
braised veal, trim off all browned
parts, and mince It very flnelv. Frv
a finely chopped onion to a light brown
in some nutter; add a large pinch of
flour, a little stock, and the minced
veal, with chopped parsley, pepper, suit
and nutmeg to taste. Mix well and let
the nilnce gradually cet hot: lnstiv
add a few drops of lemon Juice. Serve
with sippets of bread fried In butter,
and the poached eggs on top. .
Melt over the fire two ounces of Ba
ker's chocolate with a little water aud
add a cupful of sugar. Boll two min
utes and pour Into a quart of boiling
milk. Add one tablespoonful of corn
starch dissolved In a little cold water,
with a teaspoonful of vanilla, and add
yolks of four well beaten eggs. Beat
the whites stiff with a spoonful of pow
dered sugar; put the custard In cups
and pile the whites on them.
To Cool the Oven.
If when you are baking anything
the oven gets too hot, put in a busin
of cold water Instead of leaving the
door open. This cools the oven, and
the steam rising from the water pre
vents the contents burning. When
cooking in a gns oven a basin or tin
of water should always be kept In
Cut fine pieces of boiled ham. Make
a dressing as follows : To one-half cud
of melted butter add two well beaten
eggs, one-half pint of vinegar, celery,
salt, pepper and salt to taste, dessert
spoonful of sugar and one teaspoonful
of mustard. Mix smooth and boll until
it thickens to the consistency of cream
and pour on the ham.
Fat is the right heat for frying when
it has entirely ceased bubbling and a
faint blue smoke rises. To test it
throw in a small piece of bread, and if
this turns brown at once the fat Is
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Coatly Dictionary Being Complied.
On the preparation of a new diction
ary of the English language $400,000
has been spent In Philadelphia and
$250,000 more will be necessary before
it can be dellevered entire. The work
has been going steadily on for thirteen
To Break In Mew Shoes.
Always shake in Allen's Foot-Ease, s powder.
It cures hot, sweating, aching, swollen feet.
Cures corns, ingrowing nails and bunions. At
all druggists and shoe stores, 26c. Don't accept
any substitute. Sample mailed FREK. Address
Allen 8. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
"I knew he was something of a celeb
rity, but I didn't know he was rich. How
did be make his monsy?"
"Ileal estate or mining?"
"Neither. lis wrote a book. Tou'vs
read It, haven't you?"
Afcgetable Preparationfor As
Ung theStoinacbs andBowels of
ness andRest.Contains neither
Opium,Morphme nor Mineral.
lVOT 71 AR. C OTIC .
A perfect Remedy for Conslipa
Tion, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions .Fcverish
ness and Loss of Sleep.
facsimile Signature of
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There are two classes of remedies: those of known qual
ity and which are permanently beneficial in effect, acting
gently, in harmony with nature, when natureneeds assist
ance ; and another class, composed of preparations of
unknown, uncertain and inferior character, acting tempo
rarily, but injuriously, as a result of forcing the natural
luutiiuua uiiucLcsbariiy. une or tne most exceptional of
the remedies of known quality and excellence is the ever
pleasant SvruD of Figs, manufarti
Fig Syrup Co., which represents the active principles of
plants, known to act most beneficially, in a pleasant syrup
in which the wholesome Californian blue figs are used to con
tribute their rich, vet delicate, fmitv flavor, it i h r,,,
of all remedies to sweeten and refresh and cleanse the system
gently and naturally, and to assist one in overcoming consti
pation and the many ills resulting therefrom. Its active princi
ples and quality are known to physicians generally, and the
remedy has therefore met with thpir annrnval ae moll aott.UU
, ' ....... ..voi, nwii no nun
tne favor of many millions of well informed persons who know
of their own personal knowlprlao anA
that it is a most excellent laxative remedy We do not claim that
it Will Cure all manner of ills. hut rprnmrnonrt it fnr u,Via if rooll,.
represents, a laxative remedy of known quality and excellence,
containing nothing of an objectionable or injurious character.
There are two classes of purchasers: those who are informed
to the quality of what they buy and the reasonsfor the excellence
i u Av-cyiiuuai merit, ana wno ao notiacK courage to go
elsewhere when a dealer offers an imitation of any well known
article; but, unfortunately, there are some people who do not know,
and who allow themselves to be imposed upon. They cannot expect
its beneficial effects if they do not get the genuine remedy.
To the credit of the drutrpists nf th finite Sfatoe k s m
nearlV all Of them ValnP thplr
integrity and the good will of their
iiauvilJ VI LUC
Genuine Syrup of Figs
manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co., and in order
to buy the genuine article and to get its beneficial effects,
one has only to note, when purchasing, the full name of
the CompanyCalifornia Fig Syrup Co. plainly printed on the
iront ot every package. Price,
Her Motherly Way.
"They say Mrs. Krankley makes regu
lar dolls of her daughters."
"Well, it's true. She fairly stuffs them
with breakfast food."
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward foi
any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by
T. J. CHENEY A CO., Props., Toledo, O.
We. the undersiened. have known V j.
Cheney for the last 16 years, and believe him
perfectly honorable In all business transac
tions and financially able to carry out any ob-
ugaiiuns maue or meir nrm.
Wist 4 Tkuax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Waldino, Kinnak & Marvin, Wholesale Drug
ghts. Toledo, O.
Hall's Caiarrh Cure is taken internally, act
ing directly upon the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system. Price 75c. per bottle.
Bold by all Druggists. Testimonials free.
Han's Family Ms are the best.
Much use is made in the vineyards of
Algeria of sulphate of copper ; more than
120 tons were imported last year from
the United States.
For Infants and Children.
Tho Kind You Have
TMS OSRTAUn OMMHV. HtW VON OITV.
ranntafinn 4m nrorr!Anl
customers too highly to offer
50c per bottle. One size only.
The Life of a Bag
depends on how
honestly it is made
BE MIS BAGS
are made on honor, of the best mater
That is why they outlive others.
You won't need to order bags so often
if every order specifies "BEMIS." '
ORE, WOOL, ETC.
Bemis Bro. Bag Co.
W. L. Douglas
W. L. Douglas $4.00 Cllt Edge Line
cannot pe equaiieq at any price.
TH'J DOUGLAS MAKES SELLS MORE
Ef $S-SO SHOES THAU AMY OTHER
MANUFACTURER IM THE WORLD.
m n nnn rewaro t on
D I U,UUU disprove this ilatement.
It I could take you Into my three large factories
t Brockton, Mass., and show you the Infinite
care with which every pair of shoes Is made, you
would realize why W. L. Douglas J.I. SO shoes
cost mora to make, why they hold their shape,
fit better, wear longer, and are of greater
Intrinsic value than any other $3. SO hoe.
W. L. Douolam Strong Mmda Shoma for
Man, $2. BO, $2.00. Boy' School
DraamShoem, $2. SO, $2,$1.TB.$1.B0
, CAUTIQN.-l8it upon having V.L.Dotig.
las shun. Titke no substitute. None genuine
Without Ills name and price stumped on bottom,
Fott Color Euoleta used ; then will not wear brastu.
Write for Illustrated Catalog.
W. Ih DOUGLAS, Urockton, Mass.
Syj$S3; JJULY ft ,B7.
rrr II Capital 2,5oaooa