Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, June 07, 1916, Page SIX, Image 6

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    SIX
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1916.
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requested to watch the place, the
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Beyond a doubt the nioHt prac
tical and sanitary cabinet on the
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. SPECIAL FEATURES OF
SELLERS KITCHENEED
Extra large china closet and
cupboard compartment in upper
section.
Sanitary disappearing curtain
which rolls up out o'f the way.
.Sanitary tiling, removable
flour bin.
Large utensil cupboard in base.
Hounded corners and dovetail
construction.
Equipped with 12 piece set
Sellers Special (llass Jars.
Furnished only with white en
amel interior upper section.
The Sellers Kitcheneed Mrs. Vaughn is using will be given away Sut
unlay a. in. of this week. Got 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
Phone 25
1 Buy your Table
Linens here
During the
Great June White Sale
Remember we carry the best Irish, Scotch and
German Linens
STOCKTON
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DRUGS and Uscful Articles for the home.
Tt it is a severe Imrn apply Lino at once, 2!e per box,
If it is flavoring oxtracts we have tho best.
If it is tissue towels we have them.
If it is something wo haven't mentioned iu household necessities,
we haveit.
Jf you will givo us a call wo will convince you.
CENTRAL PHARMACY
A. 13. Voolc,
4 10 Htnte Street.
A. Jaynor Woolport.
I'hono 27(1.
if MRS. VAUGHN
Uses Our Meats
THERE IS A REASON
I 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.
THIS COURSE SETS
Mrs. Vaughn Talks Tomorrow
On the Substantiate, Bread
and Meat
Program for Thursday afternoon at
:'M). Subiieet: "Bread and Meat."
Menu: Hound steak with snakhetti
ami tomato sauce, (in fi teles cooker)
noston orowij bread (in tireless cook-
Jer), potato salad, boiled dressing, pas
try: Hake, tnrt )ai(te, etc., lemon till
ing, 'cream filliug, chocolate tilling,
baked ice cream.
The talks which are being given ev
ery afternoon this week in the armory
are tlionght-provokiug and contain
much of real value to women in the
home. It is the aim of .Mrs. Vauglin
in her lecture ami cookery course to
get women to put more thought into
housekeeping ami homemaking and
get more enjoyment always. IShe sug
nests that before coining to the class
tomorrow afternoon, women think over
I these questions anil so be prepared for
'the talk siie wi(, give and if they eare
to do so, ask any questions that are
in their minds or any other subjects
pertaining to homemaking and the care
of the family, ospecTally along food
lines:
1. yhat must I know of cooking
MRS. VAUGHN IS USING
Cherry City Patent and
Economy Flour
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
processes to be sure of uniformly sat
islaetory results J,
2. how can I serve inexpensive
foods so they will sharpen iipK'tite of
my family
3. How iar doesl the digestive pro
cesses influence the selection of foods
4. What do I really know of iiielJ
3. What do 1 know of standardized
oven temperature!
Exceptionally beautiful cakes are
made ny Mrs. Vaughn every day and
are given away to members of her
class.
In this as in every other line of her
art, Mrs. Vauglin has improved herself
since her former visit to Salem, and
the cakes that she makes this year are
greatly admired.
' Many helpful thoughts are contain
ed in Mrs. Vaughn's heart to heart
talks. She believes that matrimony is
founded not alone on sentiment but on
business and entiment combined. From
day to day she t'lls how to serve de
licious inexpensive foods and tomorrow
the demonstration is particularly attrac
tive along this line. There will be a
round steak with spaghetti cooked in
the cooker Her saiud lesson is just the
every day familiar potato salmi but it
will be a glorified potato salad as
handled by Mrs. Vaughn No dish is
commonplace when prepared by this
skilled artist
Kverydny women flock about her
lecture platform to tell hci' how they
admire the dishes she prepared and how
much help they are receiving from her
lectures and cookery lessons. Much
helpful advice pertaining to happiness
in the home is given from day to clay.
Mrs. Vaughn says that any woman has
intelligence enough to piny cards but
that it takes a great deal more brains
to care for families.
Tomorrow afternoon Mrs. Vaughn
will invite the ladies of Salem into the
mysteries of baked ice e renin. Mrs.
Vaughn states that any woman can
make and serve this new helpful and
delightful dessert in her own home.
Come and see how it is done.
Better Poods and Better Homes
Bibliography.
Food and Nutrition, Bevere & Usher,
(Continued on Page Seven.)
THE SPA
Specializes on Pure Foods and
Confections v
Watch for Thursday Menu at
Mrs. Vaughn's Cooking
School
THE SPA
Ice Cream will be used
Thursday
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Mrs. Vaughn Cooks With Gas.
Any Gas User Can Tell You Why
Ask the Woman who uses a Gas Range or
Phone 85
GAS WORKS
MOM
Edison
New
Diamond
Disc
Shown and used to
furnish music daily
from 2.00 to 2:30 p.
m., at Mrs. Vaughn's
Lecture at
The Armory this week. All styles on display at
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432 State Street, Salem, Oregon
Mrs. Vaughn Uses
Only the best materials in
her work products she can
personally recommend.
For that reason
Fleischman9 s Yeast
' Meets her every requirement.
A complete line of labor saving
Kitchen Ware and Cooking
Utensils
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Wm. Gahlsdorf
The Store of Housewares. 135 N. Liberty St. tl
F. W. W00LW0RTH CO.
5, 10, and 15c Store
New McGilchrist Bldg., State and Liberty Streets.
Hundreds of useful items for the housewife
Glassware, China, Crockery, Tin and Enamelware.
Nothing Over 15c Why Pay More
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
MRS. VAUGHN USES
MARION
BUTTER and Products
In her. Demonstrations
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Marion Creamery and Produce Co.
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