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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (June 6, 1916)
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 1916.
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All ladies attending Mrs.
Vaughn's lectures lire especially
requested to watch the place, the
kitchened fills iu the model
lieyond a doubt the most prac
tical and sanitary cabinet on the
SPECIAL FEATURES OF
Extra large china closet and
cupboard compartment in upper
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Sanitary di.snppearii curtain
which rolls up out of the way.
Sanitary tiling, removable
Large utensil cupboard in base.
Rounded corners and dovetail
Kipiipped with 12 piece set
Sellers Special (Muss Jars.
furnished only with white en
amid interior upper section.
The Sellers Kitcheneed Mrs. Vaughn is using will be given away Sit-.
urdny a. in. of this week. Get full particulars Tuesday.
Special Attention Mrs. Housewife:
Your family wash by the NEW ELECTRIC
PROCESS, insuring long life to fibre and colors,
beautiful clear work and thorough disinfection. We
are using every effort to produce Quality work at a
price every one can afford to pay.
Remember we do a Special NO STARCH FAMILY
WASH, all nicely washed and dried and all flat pieces
ironed, 20 pounds 75c, no charge less than 75 cents,
all over 20 pounds 4 cents per pound. This work is
done much better and cheaper than it can be done at
home and once tried you will always be a patron.
SALEM STEAM LAUNDRY
OLDEST LARGEST BEST
Buy your Table
Great June White Sale
Remember we carry the best Irish, Scotch and
pit flijl o O
i DRUGS and Useful Articles for the home.
Tf it Ih a novero burn npply Lino nt once, 125c per box.
If it is flavoring extracts wo have, the best.
If it is tissue towols wo have them.
If it is something wo haven't mentioned in household necessities,
If you will givo lis a call wo will convince you.
A. B. l'oolo.
f 410 State Street.
A. Jayuer Woulport.
I MRS. VAUGHN
Uses Our Meats
THERE IS A REASON
We have the best kept shop in Salem; we use only the
choicest stock for beef; our service is unexcelled in
Salem. Pay us a visit and we will try to please.
E. C. Cross & Son
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MRS. KATE VAUGHN, THE COOKERY EXPERT.
,Women Praise Mrs. Vaughn's
Cooking, Dinner Dishes
Kitchen cabinet used by Mrs.
Vaughn will be presented to some Sa
lem: housekoeH'r on Saturday morning.
Program for "Wednesday afternoon at
2:.'I0. Subject: " Nutrition. V
Menu: Dinner, cocktail 1) 'Fruit,
roast chicken in cooker, cove oysters,
stuffed onions, rolls, combination salad,
French dressing, chocolate balls (steam
ed,) hot mnrchmallow" sauce, mint sher
bet (in tireless cooker,
j Mrs. Vaughn suggests that houso
i keepers think over the following ques
' tious and see if their views accord with
hers as given in her lecture tomorrow
.1. What is food how far does it
control health and efficiency?
2. What care should I give my body
so that it will reflect its good condition
iu an attractive appearnncet
" 3. What shall I teach my child re
garding its bodyf
4. What makes the home ideal t
5. How much do I know of labor
The first meeting yesterday of the
MRS. VAUGHN IS USING .
Cherry City Patent and
and also our Oregon Graham, in her demonstrations
at the Armory this week. Make your next order in
clude one of our brands at all Grocers.
Cherry City Flouring Mills
Capital Journal Better Foods, Better
Homes school nt the Armory was a de
Mayor Hurley O. White opened the
school by introducing Mrs. Vaughn to
tie large assembly of Salem house
wives. Some remarkably beautiful decorated
cakes by Mrs. Vaughn were awarded
at the close of the session. Similar
cakes arc to be given away each day.
An interesting feature of Mrs. Kate
B. Vaughn's cookery course is the
splendid collection of tested and ap
proved recipes she gives her classes.
The way Mrs. Vaughn handles her rec
ipes and in fact her entire method of
conducting the cookery class is heart
ily approved of by those who attend,
it is always a troublesome matter to
write down the recipes ns dictated by
the cookery teacher and I he housewife
frequently finds when she conies to use
these recipes as she has copied them
they do not turn out just right and she
realizes too late that she has mailt
some slight mistake in putting down a
figure orjias omitted one of the in
gredients or in some way spoiled the
In Mrs. Vaughn 's school all this
difficulty is obviated by tne cookery
leaflet which she gives away to every
woman who attends her school. Kncli
day as the women enter the Armory
they are presented with a copy of this
leaflet. It contains the dishes Mrs.
Vaughn demonstrate and when she be
gins to prepare a dish she simply calls
attention to the number of the recipe
in the leaflet and the housewife is ab
solutely certain when she goes home
that she has a recipe exactly like the
one used by the cookery teacher. Other
recipes compiled by Mrs. Vnughn are
published daily iu the Capital Journal.
There is one in today's column for an
exceptionally fine orange cake which
will interest Salem housewives.
Mrs. Vaughn points with pride to the
fact that this is a' woman's world and
a woman's day. "Business men and
manufacturers," she says, "must get
cooperation of women. Housekeeping
is coming into its own. We women
have been keeping house too much ns n
matter of course and not getting the
most out of it. Bankers have conven-
(Continned on Pago Seven.)
Specializes on Pure Foods and
Watch for Thursday Menu at
Mrs. Vaughn's Cooking
Ice Cream will be used
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Mrs. Vaughn Cooks With Gas.
Any Gas User Can Tell You Why
Ask the Woman who uses a Gas Range
Shown and used to
furnish music , daily
from 2.00 to 2:30 p.
m., at Mrs. Vaughn'
The Armory this week. All styles on display at
Geo. C. Wil
432 State Street, Salem, Oregon
Mrs. Vaughn Uses
Only the best materials in
her work products she can
For that reason
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Fleischman9 s Yeast
Meets her every requirement
A complete line of labor saving.
Kitchen Ware and Cooking
The Store of Housewares. 135 N. Liberty St.
F. W. W00LW0RTH CO.
5, 10, and 15c Store
New McGilchrist Bldg., State and Liberty Streets, j
Hundreds of useful items for the housewife j
Glassware, China, Crockery, Tin and Enamelware. )
Nothing Oyer 15c-Why Pay More i
- MRS. VAUGHN USES
or ! MAKIUIV
BUTTER and Products
In her Demonstrations j
Made by the
Marion Creamery and Produce Co.
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