Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, November 27, 1914, Page FIVE, Image 5

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    THE 8ALEM CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. rRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27. 1(114.
FIVE
SALE COMMENCES AT 9:00 O'CLOCK A. M.
SATURDAY ONLY
Pre -Holiday Sale
OF
Fancy Ribbons 29c Yd.
Said by our customers to be the most handsome
assortment in Salem. Up to 5 1-4 inches, in width.
Some of the valuesare worth
65c to 75c yard
But as they were bought in a large lot, are not
marked over
45c
in our store.
Saturday Only 29c yard
$1.00 Umbrellas 89c
This sale will last for a week, beginning Saturday
morning.
$1.00 UMBKELLAS 89c
WOULD SHIP CHINKS
FROM PENITENTIARY
For the purpose of ascertaining the
status of the Chinese prisoners in the
Oregon penitentiary, with a view to
taking steps toward securing their de
portation, (toveinor West in holding a
conference with Warden I.awson of the
state's prison this afternoon. Approxi-
! mately 47 Chinese inmutea of the state
insane asylum have been deported to
j their native country, under the state,
national and internntionnl deportation
I Inn s, and Oovernor West is making an
j effort to secure an extension of the
; provisions of these laws to include con
: viets in the penitentiary.
' At present there are only two China
j men doing time in the penitentiary
I here, one being f.en Wen, who is serv
ing a life sentence for the murder of
another Chinnmlin in Portland severul
years ago, and the other is Warn &i
Wong, doing one to 15-ytmr sentence
for manslaughter, hnving been convict
id of manslaughter for the killing of
u Chinese girl in Portland a few years
ego. I.en Won was originally sentenc
ed to hang nrd appealed his -lase twice
and spent about five years in the J!ilt
uomnli county juil before his sentence
wns committed to life imprisonment.
Si'm Si Wong has nlreudy over-served
the 111 mi mum of his sentence by scv
end months. Chiui'uieu, the governor
reasons, never get into setious troible
except among themselves and he sees
no reason why the state should be re
quired to harbor and support them for
settling their ditl'irnltics in their own
however violent mid effective, way.
Galveston, Texas, Nov. 27.
Published reports that the rear
gnard of his forces was fired
on while leaving Vera Cruz
were emphatically denied here
today by General Frederick
Fanston.
"The good feeling which
prevailed at Vein Cmz," Kun
iton said, "permitted ns to
withdraw our forces with the
best wishes of the people and
without a disagreeable incident
of any kind."
General Funstoii'g troops dis
embarked and went to Texas
City today.
The Markets
On ilsose Cliilly Moniiiii
School Census and Other
Data Give Oregon a Popu
lation of 795,587
The Metolius irirgation & Power
company, of Crouk county, notified the
stnte engineer's of'iee this morning
that it hud organized mi irrigation dis
trict for the reclamation uf approxi
mately 12,000 ncres of what is known
lis the "lower desert" in the noithern
part of Crook county end made appli
cation for the right to divert flic wa
ter for the purpose from I.uke creek
mid to approprinlu the Sutles nnd Kluo .(,,1H1B
mac ocas rnr reservoir sites. Hugo
Inma and extensive diversion canals
'.vill have to lie constructed by the com
nnny und the total cost of reclaiming
the' land i estimated at U Nii.ooo, or
ibeut if-KI.OO per acre.
IF BACK HURTS USE
SALTS FOR KIDNEYS
LOCAL WHOLESALE MAR.TET3
Cheat S.00
Wheat, per bushel $1.05ftil.l0i
Bran, per ton . 27.!i0 1
snorts, per ton wj.vv
Oats, per bushel 35((i40c
Chittun bark, per lb Vj(a!He
Potatoea, per cwt 75c(u)$l
Buter and Eggs.
Butteifat, per lb J2c
Creamery butter, per lb 34c
Eggs 3b'c cash
Poultry.
Hens, per lb I)c
Roosters, per lb 9c
Fryors 10c
Steers He
Cowa, per cwt 45e
Stock hogs, per lb. (tops) 5Uje
Hogs, it, per lb vie
Ewes, per lb -..8 Vic-
Spring lambs, per lb Sol'
Veal, first class iw
Pels.
Dry, per lb : 8c
Salted country pelts, each 5065c
Lamb pelts, each -25c
iiivesrocK.
Ilay, timothy .$12.00
Clover, per ton $ 8.00
Oats and vetch 8.50
You can dress in
comfort by using a
W1
8,n Francisco Markets.
San Francisco, Nov. 27. Wheat, per
etl.-Cluh, l.!7s(2i lihiesteni, 3.05
rtf2.10; Tinkev red,' 2fu"2.0.ri; red Bug
sinii, Ul0Gi 1.97V.; fort yf old, 2.(0i
2.10.
Barley, per etl Feed, 1.2l(o I.
22 '4: shipping mid brewing, $ l.25(
1 .27 Vi.
Kgs Kstrns. 45lie; pullets, HtVjc.;
Butler l'.xtras, Uc; prime filsts,
2.V; firsts, 27c; seconds, 21c.
Cheese Ctilifornin fancy, lie; firsts
I2e; seconds, We.
I
E
The Famous Salem Hog Sur
renders Its Sty to Boss.
Porker from the: Sound
refuse to honor these season tickets, i
but everyone who used them knew
or ought to htivo known thut it vr
not the proper spirit on their putt.
One-third of those who saw the ganu
did so on these tickets."
Eat Loss Moat if Kidneys Peel Like
Lead or Bladder Bothers You
Moat Forms Uric Acid.
Tacoma, Wash., Nov. 27. Hungry
tad homeless Belgium war victims will
get no aid as a result of the benefit
football game played here yesterday
between the University of Houthern
California nnd the Oregon Agricult lrnl
College. This was made known tmlnj
when a member of the committee o
the Commercial club, which promoted
the event, stcted there wiuld. in fun.
be a considerable loss to bo met by the
organisation.
"Because Tacotnii citirens hc
should have known in their hearts tout
it was wrong, used their stadium ecu
on tickets, of which Ihcie are about
6.000, to ace the football game," the
statement says, "no money wns mnde
for the relief of the Belgians. Not
only that, but it is certain there will
be a loss. The gate keepers could not
III SUCH PAIN
WOMAN CRIED
stored to Health by Lydia
E. Pinkham'a Vegcta
Lie Compound.
absence uf anything like enthusiasm.
EXPLOSION CAUSES
BITTER CRITICISM
Continued from page one.)
asters to capital ships whenever pussi
ble, The only reason why die destrmv
tion of the Bulwark was admitted was
doubtless thut tho character of tho ex
plosion put ( ontculnieit out of the
question.
The loss of the Bulwark occurred si
multaneously with the nrrivnl in Eng
land of Amerleun newspapers continu
ing the first news of the disaster to
the Audacious,
Thousands of Knglishmen conse
quently have heiird ainiultaneously uf
the Ions of the two battleships, and the
effect cannot hut bo that of discourage
ment. It may also serve to develop very se
vere criticism of the government. The
censorship has been used to prevent
much adverse comment by withholding
niih information as that of tho cntiih
trophe to the Audacious. The British
sense of patriotism has also served ns
a brake on any violent outburst against
the government.
Nevertheless there hus been a smoul
der of discontent throughout tho Cull
ed Kingdom at tho ninniier in which
the war has been handled by the re
spuisiblu ministers, and this nun nl
um.i umu rurnt into iinmo and cause it
j government explosion.
I Britons feel bitterly the lack of in-
S,, ,r i ..j luKi'iuiu rxpioiia ov ineir own navv
UtferedLveifytnmgUntll.Ke-mud the steady German gain In nnvn'l
I prestige.
They lire looking for a victim. The
t resignation of l'rlnco l.ouis of Jluttcn
burg ns a sen lord acted as a temporary
i public sop, and since it followed the
p. t i , I ',I"H ,lf ",l' Aiidnrliiiis by two davs,
Floronco1S0.DakoU.-'' nae,l to be ,,,,,,, , , g(,ver,cl,t so,,
very sick every month with bearing 1M H.,,n; 1
uown pains n 'Jhe sacrifice of the foreign born sen
backache, and had , lord wns nut enough, however. Hnih
heuilncho a good 'the nivnl buttle iietneen the squadrons
deal of the, time and of Admirals ('ruddock and Von Siec
very little appetiU). '-ff the iuleun const nnd the destrue-
The pains were soi"'1 ' 'he Bulwark post dnte it. A
bad that I used to 1 " v ' " mny soon iiuvo to ne inuml
sit right down on Uie '"!" i-":''""''"' of n second individual
floor and crv bo- l",rlllll". satisfy the public tein-
. lfhrtm .n l",,,,,il.V' ,," lf l,,m"h l"""
A t - STVSf d I U '",w"t As.q,iHh
and I could not do Li,....., ,ii,i,m ;m i
any work at those , ,,r
times. An old WO- I The Iliilisb hiwn ureal faith In their
man advised ine.to try Lydia E. fink-lability to "muddle through" a crisis,
ham Vegetable Compound and 1 got i hut they can becomo relentless rttti
rt''i",;!-iT,'jir,T,'i:"iii: !f-1
wmm
Most folks forget that the kidneys,
like tho bowels, get sluggish and clog-
crcd und need n t'litHhinir occnsionnllv.
The gume itself wns well played nn, ;iM w0 have backache and dull mi's-
interesting, but there was nn entire erv in the kidney region, severo head
aches, rheumatic twinges, torpid liver,
acid stomach, sleeplessness and all
sorts of bladder disorders.
You simply must keep your kidneys
active and clean, and the moment you
feel an ache or., pain in the kiuiiey
region, get about four ounces of Jnd
Halts frout any good drug store here,
take a tnblespooiiful in a glass of wa
ter before breakfast for a few days
and your kidneys will then act fine,
This famous suits is made from the
acid of grapes und Vernon juice, com
bined with lithia, and is harmless to
flush clogged kidneys and stimulate
them to normal activity. It also nou
truliies the acids in the urine so It no
longer irritates, thus ending bladder
disorders.
Jad Halts Is harmless; inexpensive;
makes a delightful effervescent lithia
water drink which everybody should
tuke now and then to keep their kid
neys clean, thus avoiding serious com
plications, A well-known local druggist says he
sells lots of Jad Walts to folks who be
lieve in overcoming kidney trouble
while it is only trouble.
WAS NOT RESPONSIBLE.
Kan Iiego, Oil., Nov. 27. ( barged
with sending poisoned randy from Tue
son, Ariz., to the children of Mrs. W.
A. lugg, of this city. Mrs, George
Hiiuniona Burke went on trial here to
day in the superiol court.
Mrs, Dm he, a frail, middle-aged wo
man, appeared In court showing the ef
fects of a recent illness. Her defense
was expected to be that she wns not
mentally responsible at the time of the
alleged in t.
Corns Comes Off as
Easy as Yon Please
"Oets-It" Being TJnod by Millions!
It is the list time that a real, sure-ss-fiitn
corn corn hns ever been dlrcnv
ored. "OETM-1T" is the new corn-
Oregon's population for 1014, accord
ing to a statement prepared by Labor
Commissioner O. P. 11 of f for liis bien
nial report, is 7f-t.!S7 as acninst (172,
705 as shown by the federal census of
1010. or a gain in the pnst four years
of 13.5 per cent. The gain in Oregon's
population for the 10-year period prior
of 1010 was, 7.2 per cent, so that the
gain for the past four vears was
per cent morej than for the entire ten' Seattle Markets.
years previous. j Seattle, Wash., Nov. 27. Kggs
Mr. Huff's computation is based up-1 Fresh ranch, 5(lc; iicsh eastern, ;i(i(!i
on the average of the 1010 federal, :15c; Orientals, 2V.
the school population, enroll-1 Butter Local cubes. Die; bricks,
I'ment nnd attendance in the public 1 :5c; (rciron cubes, ;l2(u 33c.
schools for the year 1014 ami is eon-j Cheese- I .indmrger, 22c: Wisconsin,
sidered the most ni-curate nnd cnn-jlllc; Hwiss (dome-tic h, 21c; Washings
eervntivo inetho,) of determining pnpu- ton, V-t(ii IK
lotion estimates In the absence of nil: Oaii.ns Hreen. 2H(-i 2."ic per ilueu,
Pctiml census. All of the counties in I eastern Washington, .l(il',i per lb.;
the stnte. with the exception of four, 'California, l(ii 1 1 ic,
show an increase in population rnnir-i l'otatc es- iirndrd No. 1, 1 l(ii 18 per
nig from .1 to 4.19 tier cent over 1010, (,,,
the exceptions brimr Hood Tfiver. '
Josephine. Morrow nnd Sherman coun
ties, which show n decree since 1010
of ?.. 1.J and 3.2 per cent respectively.
Willi a pain of 4".i) per cent Crook
county lends the stnte in ponulation
Cains durinir the fnur-yenr perinl nnd
this is nrobnblv due 'to the orent
("noii'it of Initiation development work
tlint has been In nrngress in that
lllii'ii:iliiili'inlrii ; 'r iiinli V"-1 'Vill '"" 'i- '-''-'
'" """"Il J
Take it to the bath
room, breakfast
room, living-room.
It makes the whole
house comfortable.
For best results
Pearl Oil.
use
Dealers everywhere
Writ, for ioo;.. " tf.rml
in CM Corner: "
Standard Oil Company
(CALIFORNIA)
Portland
elil iifi! Jalh,a'Vif-sl
county and the lesiillant- moid settle
Portland Markets.
Portland, Ore., Nov. 27. Wheal
Club, l.ll; bluefti'in, 1.1-1; Wulla
Walla, 1.15.
Oats No I white feed, '; gniy.
27.7.'i.
Hurley Blowing, 2."i: feed, if-l.
Il ri;s- Best live, ifl;.W(u "M.
I'liuie steers ti7.25; t'nncv cows iH't.H.
inent'of its extensive ncreae-e along ' l"'.s.t "llv,',i 'I'"'K '"''"t
with this small number of iuhabltnntH
in 1H10. Malheur cniintv comes next
ill the Order of uains with nn increase
of ,'18.2 per cent to her credit and this
is probablv due to the same conditions
thut. prevail in Crook countv, Klamath,
with a enin of 24.Riiier cent, and Cnrrv
lie least developed voiintv of the'stute
from an aericulttirnl slniidpnint comes
fourth with an increase of 22..1 per
cent.
Marion Is Sixth.
All of the nine counties embraced in
the Willamette Valley show a healthy
irrowth in population,' Multnomah being
in the lead with an increase of 18.4 per
cent, Marion sixth, with a caln of
lfl.8 per cent, while Lane ami Wash
ington counties show the least increase
with 11.(1 and 7.li per cent, respectively
to their credit. The following table
shows the population of the several
counties aa s result- of the HH0 census,
and the estimated rmpulution fur 1014.
ns computed by Labor Commissioner
lloff, toiiether with the per rent of
vain or loss as shown for each county
and the stnte:
Butter City creamery, 1111;.!-,
Kuan Selected Innil extras, I2(n I Ic.
Hens, lite; broilers, 13c; geese, Klfti
MICHIGAN IS SAFE,
23
Huker IM,07(1
Benton lO.litlH
Clackninns .... 2H,tt:il
Clatsop Itl.lllfl
Columbia 10,SHO
Coos 17,:i
Crook H,;il.1
r 3
bottle. I felt better the next month ro
I took throe moro bot tles of It and got
well so I could work all tho time. I
hope every woman who sudors like I did
will try l.ydin K. l'lnkhnni's Vegetable
Compound." -Mrs. P. W. Lanhkno,
Koulo No. 1, Florence, South Dakota.
Why will women continue to sulTor day
in and day outor drng out a sickly, half
hearted exlfl'.enco,miBsiiigtlireo-fourlhs
of the Joy of living, when they can And
health In I.ydia K. I'inkhnm's Vegetable
Compound T
For thirty years It his Icon the stand
ard remedy for femnlo Ills, nnd hus re
stored tho health of thousands uf women
who hnvo lieen troubled with such ail
ments aa dirplai'cmint, inlhimtnaUon,
ulceration, tumors, irri-gulBiilles, etc.
of their own lenders, Irrespeethe of
party, when once they get the impres
slin that pnlitlelans are nut plnyim,
fuirly with the denmcracy.
FUNSTON OltANTKD LEAVE.
Washington, Nov. 27. Hecrclary of
War (Inrrison griiuled today (lenenil
Kred'rlck Knuslon's request lor two
months' leave of absence, effective l)e
ceiub-ir 1. .Meanwhile (leneral Fuuslnn
will prepare his report on tho occupa
tion nf Vera Cms,
The leave of ahsencs granted Fun
ston will delay a proposed shift of ile
pai tiuciitnl couiinnuilers.
K.ILLFD IN BATH TUB.
Flndlh.L.Hr Wh Vtn th WoiU'i C'.l.l
Cors-Cw. GL1HT."
ender, bused on an entirely new princi
ple. It is a new, different fnrinuln,
never successfully imitated. It makes
corns shrivel and then vanish. Two
drops do the mirk, Ynu don't bundle
up your toe tin v morn with sticky tunc
and plasters that press down on the
poor i'otii - no moro flesh-eating snlves
that don't "stay put," no more hack
ing at corns with knives or rn.ora, no
mors bleeding or ilnnger of blood poi
son. Pin more limping around for urns
Curry
Douglus
(lilliuin
Crant
H urney
I loud lliver .
Illcltsoll
Josephine
2,044
111,1171
3.71)1
0,1107
4,0.-fl
H.OHI
2'i,7i(l
t,.MI7
Kliiiuath HJM
I. all a ,
I. line
Lincoln
Mn a
Malheur
Marion
Morrow
Multnomah
Polk
Hhernmti ....
Tillamook ..
Cmatllln ....
I'liion
Wallowa
Wasco
Washington .
4,(l."iH
33.7H3
. !i,.H7
2:j,lill2
S.lllll
3II.7HO
1,337
22(1,2(11
13,100
4,312
0.20(1
20,3011
10,1111
. M,.1tl
. 1 H.33I1
21.:
Wheeler 2. IS I
Yutuhill IN.2H.T
20,375
13,215
3tl,HIII
1 7,273
12,2110
21,0111
17,100
2.02H
22.H72
3.K1.1
. o,0in
1,430
7,Nlfi
27,1 14
,7H,-i
I I , 307
o,l 13
37,3(1(1
0,7(12
2 "1,(1X5
13,1113
40.010
4,202
277,1 S3
I II, I. -ill
4.207
7,7.'i7
23,27(1
17.HS2
0,330
1 ,W
23,270
2.K72
21, 1 IM
I s?"
?.,.
10.S
IK.7
.
13.4
1.1 -. I
4.'i.0
22.3
14.0
3.0
1.1.7
H.ri
2.0
fi.2
H.2
24. R
0.1
ll.fl
1(1.7
I I.N
3H.2
15.3
I
Washington, Nov. 27. Hecrelaiy of
the .Navy Daniels snid today that he
received reports that the battleship
Michigan, ashore off Cape Henry,
would be refloated at high tide, about
4: 13 o'clock this afternoon. The Mich
igan so far, it was said, had escaped
damage.
Many Recoveries
From Lung Trouble
Krki:iHiV AlltMutni- Uun ivt'ii"
in lumith iitfiiiy miUfrriH from lunu
li'miolit Itruo M I) fit (1 illtl in III In
I'iiM: -
U Itm.nUt.irt,
Mil HItrMH'Ut III Il IIHHt;, H'H, I
mn fiikt n ki inun him ' 'be
UinKi. My tiliffcu Inn, n t'n..inn rHi
ftl.dnrr, hAiU lltnl M ttni Itmu
1 1 it I mtt f y i ' nk, I '. A
l.lM"K'l.t. it l.l(tiiH''il'M l)4-)mrti.
ti 1,1 nl Hlitrr, t I in tun, lvl,
n viuniv-si.lfil Hikiiiiiii'M Allrrntlr
(tVHl hlilt ih'HK HifRI ynl. I lMKNr
tllk h M Hi li f. I I trtl I iWII4ll fflUU
luilt iiNlitff nu other nriicilj, nml
nnntl) nuiitfl h ilrnriMK of the
Itinu". I mm hnvr no irtiuhlr Willi
m lirnuMs I firmly hcllrtc lUkninn'a
Altrrniiii niivrtl mf lif.M iSUUr
I m.lnU .1 N. Kill iniir
Krknmn'n Altrrnl l Ih inrmt HtW'ti
riciim In Ih'iiih hinl nlnn li hii1 it
ver thnmt iiml lun lifTH.'tloim in id
up-liulliliiiK llt PVNsKin. ContHtiin no
hutniftil n r hiililt rurnthiK ihuitH.
ActrM no mil.nilt mi'. Hiiuill nlKn,
It; ri-KuUr ixr, HUI ly Uml-
Inu (huwnli". Wrlta for liootOnt uf
ri'DVPiH'M. 1
Kfkraan I.kororr, rkllmll,ih In.
OUR NEW SHIPMENT OF
BALMACAANS
will look better on men's backs than on our hangers.
They are
Swell Coats
$10.00 and up
You can become the owner of one. They are just,
the thing for these raw, foggy days.
G. W. Johnson & Co.
141 North Commercial St.
PRESIDENT RETURNS.
Willlamstowii, Mass,, .Nov. 27.
I'Vancis U. Havre and his wife, former
ly Miss Jessie Wilson, urged President
Wilson to remain hern over tomorrow,
but he was dettuniiiieil tu return to
Washington this sl'leriiooii. Tho pics!
dent spent Thuulisgivlug with his
daughter und sna-in-law.
When a in it n reaches tho.ugc uC SO
such things us blue snclis nnd neckties
1 H.4 with pink dots iu them cense tn Inter
I H.7, est him.
3,2
10.4
I2.K
11.5
12,3
12.7
13.(1
13.(1
Total Hlate 072,705 705,.-ik7 15.5
( ) sign means decrease. Note The
average per cent of Increase fur all of
the counties dots not biilanco up with
the per cent Increase shown for the en
tire stnte fur the reason that. In figur
ing up the percentages of Increase or
decrease, for ciii-h ciMnly tile dcclniual
nas carried out only three figures, as
wns also the easn III computing the per
cent of Increase ill the stale's total
populiit Ion. The storage per cent nf
Increase, ncconliug to the county per
centimes as given above Is 11.4 per cent
for the estimate of 1014 over the pen
sus figures of 1010,
TO riX REHHONBIBIUTY.
Sun Kranclsi'o, Nov, 27.- In an efl'otl
tn fix responibililv for the wreck of
the steam schooner HnoHlei, which
lth sore rorns, no more corn pains,
Portland, Ore., Nov. 27. Shocked "(IIXS IT" is now the biggest sell
iatti iineoiiMciiniftiiesS when he flriiwncfl , Intt corn corn In (he world. I'sp it no
IT ynu V.nnl special ndvWv nrlie i an electric liirht drop ciird while stnnd- any hard or soft corn, callus or bunion, pounded (o pieces near Diisbuiy reel
l.jrdia K. lMukhum Medicine Co. (collll- !lng In n luith tub, nnd fulling to re-1 Tonight 's the night. Inst Tuesday with n death list of 23.
leallal) l.ynii. ,M:i. Vouf letter will : pmwl to the pubnotor, Albert Nim-IiIi "(IF.TWIT" Is sold by druggists lospectirs .1 nines (luthrie and Joseph
bf apened, reud nn4 niisvereil hy a jgill, ?3, n streetcnr condmter, is dcml everywhere, 2.1 cents a hnttlo, or sentjlinlan began su official liopiiiy behind
WOnmuuad l.ill I 1 tlrl.t catitldcnee. .today. direct by K. Lawrence ft Co., Chicago, closed iloors hero today.
Terrible
Eczema!
The Clean, Non-Greasy Liquid, Zorao,
Btopi Itohing and Burning Immo
diatoly and Quickly Ends
Diseased Skin Conditions.
- Bottle Bent free For Trial.
A prent host of ni-npln have hnnn cured
Of rcscma anil other skin trouhles hy
y.i'tno, ve nnvo
stiti'ks and stAcks nt
tellers triitu such
former sufferers.
They tell of cures
enveted liy Zeoio,
after All other
nienes hud failed
nnd hope of ri'llnf
lu.ii Im'I.ii Itlllllial.
LjsO-v Jl nlmniloiied.
We helleve .einci
will On aa iiiiii h for
snjf sulTerer and think oar fun trial
tsitlln will provo It-, .lust set n rfsi
hoitlii from your (Inuiilst or soiul your
sililress anil 4 rents Kin' flclunl liostaael
to K. W. IliiseCo. iMlMirnliirlea, I . lit II),
HI. Irfmls, Ma, son the true Isilll" will
lie inslleil (in ninln wrnpperi intisili1.
Heml UmIsv, Hutfer no uiiirs torture nod
etnlsirrnssiiicnt. upend no moru nls-lits
of wnkcfiil, nisdilciilos Itcliloi, it nio
dom Ids work sua docs It auuk. '
Znnn Is si-Id and itanrnnteed by
drunflsts eveiyiere, nnd ill Hnlem lit
.1, C. I'DKIIY.'
We have secured the exclusive agency for , '
Snow White Flour
HARD WHEAT HIGH PATENT
And are authorized to sell the first 100 sucks at 1.03 each.
Order a sack today.
No, 1 F'otatoes 00c bushel
Kweet Potatoes lbs., 25c
Cianbcrrlea 2 (piarts, 25o
drape Fruit, Oranges, Lemons,
Hnnanns, Apples, l'inesppk's.
Vat Tender Geese 15c lb.
Young Ducks , 15c lb.
Country Veal, Pork und Mutton,
Tender juicy Beof.
Water sprayed Vegetables.
WESTACOTT-THIELSEN COMPANY
(INCORPORATED)
101 NORTH HICIH STREET.
Grocery Telephone 830
Moat Telephone 840
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Delicious every meal
and for lunches, too
Of course you serve Log
Cabin Syrup with, pan
cakes, wattles, biscuits
and fritters but you're
missiny rail treats if
that's all you use
TOWLE'S
LOG CAB! II
CANE AND
MAPLE SYRUP
AfuA.i Horn; "Suittt" Horn; InJtti
It's wonderful hs u fluvoiinK
for pics, cukes nntl puddings
jfrcat on liominy, Tiicd mush
und hcitns.
Ydiir grot'cr sells Lug Cabin Syrup In
full mrasiire liig-caliln-slmpril cans
Qiinllly and purity guaranteed.
Order a can today.
Tie Towlt Maple ProJucli Company
Sales headquarters!
PtopUs Gas Uuildinn, Chicago
R.flf(w. SL Pui. Mlna.l St Jhnsbury, VL
sMCTryui!-'fp"t'''"Sa;ga
I LOG CABIN
SANDWICHES
Hull for flvo minutes, 1 rup
Ig Cabin riyrup, cup
clmpiKil dates, 4 cup chop
pd nlinnuds, H cup plnc
applo. Ilcinove. Add lea
stMMin lemon juice. Spread
on bread and wrapping In
oiled paper, letting stand at
fi hours be tors serving.