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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1916.
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Clip the coupon below and bring it to our store
and receive a regular $1.65 "Wearever" 6-qt. Pre
serving Kettle for only 98c. This coupon good until
Mrs. Vaughn will recommend "Wearever"
j Imperial Furniture Co.
"WEAR-EVER" COUPON J-l
Any store that sfIIs Wenr-Evwr Aluminum may
accept this coupon mid ftsv In payment lor one
'Unr-I';v'rf six fiuart Aluminum Kwttlw, which
sellfl regularly for $1.(15, provided you present
the coupon in person at store on or hel'ore .June
17, and write on the coupon your nume,
HiidreNS and date of purchase.
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The Aluminum CookliiK rtonsll Co.
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
Buy your Table
Great June White Sale
Remember we carry the best Irish, Scotch and
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DRUGS and Useful Articles for the home.
If it Is a sovero burn apply Lino nt once, "5c per box.
If it is flavoring extracts we hnvo tlio bent .
If it is tissue towels we have them.
It it is something we havou't mentioned in household necessities,
If you will give us a call wo will convince you.
A. B. Poole,
41(1 Ntnte, Street.
A. Tvner Woolpovt.
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MRS. KATE VAUGHN, THE COOKERY EXPERT.
CRIME IS DUE TO POOR
ing of potatoes, , chou paste, cream
putts, chocolate eclairs, Dclmonico pud
ding, "Oregon" 'apple cake, icjng,
(rape fruit sulfide...
Adding: "God Never Made a
Bad Boy"-Mroning Ses
Program for Friday oftersoo at
" Subject: "Establishing Health; Diet
for Disease ".
Alenu: Flaked fish on half shell, flut-
Mrs. Vnughn suggests tna t linuse
keepers think over the following pis
tioiis and see if their views accord with
hers as given in her lecture tomorrow:
1. What are my main problems to
day regarding food
2. What kinds of food do the dif
ferent members of the family ueedT
3. How can we use cheaper cuts of
meat to advantage?
4 What food! combinations arc pleas
ing in mealst
Mrs, Kate Brew Vaughn, the wise
mother wko is lecturing eTery day nt
the Capital Journal Better Foods Bet
ter Homes school in the Armory, holds
that tiod never made a bad boy or bad
girl. "He gave us perfect seed," says
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
tt Salem. Pay us a visit and we will try to please.
E. C. Cross & Son
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
Bhc, "and we take from it and put it
into bad soil. Or we put it in good
soil and surround it with the best and
most snnitary conditions. The life re
sults according to our treatment of it.
Give your family an abundance of good
food, sunshine and air We spend about
two-thirds of our time preparing food.
If we give this task more intelligent
thought we would spend less time and
less money and there would be less
need for the physicians' care in get
ting rid of waste."
Such heart searching thoughts as
these are being presented from day to
day in Mrs. Vaughn's Better Foods
Better Homes lecture here, and large
crowds of the best women of the city
arc thoroughly enjoying, digesting and
profitting oy these talks. Tomorrow
Mrs. Vaughn will talk on establishing
health through good food. Some in
formation will be given to diet for
disease, but she considers it far more
important that people be kept well by
good food than that special diets who
are not well.
This afternoon this clever cookery
teacher is preparing a round steak with
spaghetti and tomato sauce in the fire
less cooker and calls attention to the
value of cheaper cuts of meat. She is
also baking a loaf of brown bread in
the cooker. The lesson in mixing this
bread is particularly interesting and
and Mrs. Vaughn cites some particu
larly good reading on the subject of
homemade bread which will be found
in the books listed in todny's paper.
The recipe for the brown bread is pub
lished in this issue of the Capital Jour
nal. Mrs. Vaughn gave particular at
tention to the study of pastry last sum
mer at Columbia college, and the lesson
she is giving this afternoon in the mak
ing of fine pastry is much appreciated
by the members of her class.
Tomorrow, just by way of variety,
and becauso it is human nature to be
interested in expensive things, although
one cannot afford them, Mrs. Vaughn
is going to demonstrate some dishes
that are not on a par with those used in
her previous cookery lessotis so Tar us
economy is concerned. They will nil
be especially delicious and benntifu)
and beautiful and for extra occasions.
(Continued on Page Seven.)
Specializes on Pure Foods and
Watch for Thursday Menu at
Mrs. Vaughn's Cooking
Ice Cream will be used
Shown and used to
furnish mask daily
from 2.00 to 2:30 p.
m., at Mrs. Vaughn's
The Armory this week. All styles on display at
Every woman knows that a large part of her time is spent in the kitchen. Then why
not make it the most pleasant room in the house. It is her workshop and should be as
efficiently arranged as her husband's office or factory. It is a waste of time to split
and carry wood, tend the fire and empty ashes when she can get fuel through a pipe
and have it ready for instant use without any effort on her part, thus giving her tiiue
for other things.
Ask the woman who uses a gas range or phone 85.
432 State Street, Salem, Oregon
Mrs. Vaughn Uses
Only the best materials in
her work products she can
For that reason
Meets her every requirement.
FRESH STOCK OF
Spices, Baking Powders, Colorings, Extracts, Choco
lates and Cocoas. Have Coffee Roasted Daily by one
who knows how.
The Store of Housewares
135 N. Liberty Street Phone 67
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 Enamelwarc.
Nothing Over 15c--Why Pay More
MRS. VAUGHN USES
BUTTER and Products
In her. Demonstrations
Marion Creamery and Produce Co.
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