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DAILY FAT CrUXsONUN. rSNTLSTON. OnSSON. MONDAY, DECEMBER 4, ItlS.
TTJ PACJ Daily Chats With the Housewife .n n r? vn n .111 1 . V5&PX& Kite Can't machines make ci gars quicker than hands? Yes, but they can't make them as good. Speed in cigar-making is a very dan gerous element Good cigars must be made slowly. Roll the leaf just a bit too tight and the cigar will not draw freely. Cigars which do not draw freely sel dom burn evenly. Often they "gutter" down the side. This is one unpleasant smoke experience you escape when you smoke the OWL. For the OWL, being hand-made, is carefully made. Being shaped just right by hand it, draws freely and burns evenly. The manufacturers of the OWL use hand-workmanship exclusively because that is the only way to make a cigar which will burn right every time. The Million Dollar Cigar M. A. GUNST & CO. INCORPORATED A Pennsylvania judge has ruled: choose for the next vacancy en the tmt the pedestrian hag the right of sray and that the automobilist must respect that right. Now average pe destrian knows whom he would supreme bench. Occasionally a full bearded man tells a barefaced lie. SI... J' ' .1 Gives you the pleasure of actually playing the piano Not merely to make music but to give you the pleasure of playing the BAKKWELL PUDDING. ' Cover the bottom of a baking dish i-l cup or chopped dates and figs, scalded and dried and inrlnkl. 1 cup of bread crumbs over the top. Beat I eggs well, add I tablespons of sugar. I cud or milk, and ill cun of ohopped nuts, and pour over the crumbs. Bake in a one howr. moderate oven ' , o - J I . . Vi piano is the purpose of the TiMifiiialo The Instrument You were Born to Play Von play the Manualo through the pedals in the same sense that an artist plays it through the keys. Just as he secures musical effects by giving his feeling full sway in the fingering, so does one at the Manualo secure equally intimate effects through the instinctive expression of his musical impulses in the pedal ing. The Manualo is controlled from the pedals as from the beys. It is a piano to you who cannot play by hand as to those whose fingers have years of training. Come in and try it. We re proud to sell it because it is a product of the House of Baldwin. Several styles and prices. ft Also Cany Sedi Famous KaKss of Pianos as rusii lame stitltz VOHK FARRAND HAMILTON KOHLER WEBBKR IIALLET DATI8 Nrcraow CONWAY KIMBALL GRAND CAMPBELL Also the Following Famous Player Pianos: WKItSTBtt MODKLLA FARKAND CONWAI strohber, and others, cuhsobf disc, victrola and columbia tameinq machines. IIGI'S I1IC HOUSE til Mats) Street Telephone SM NEW PETTIOOATSu A charminr netticoat for th. itino. ing irocas or pink pussy willow taf feta with a deep flounce in which are set many bands of whit nt m breldered with tiny black four leaf clovers. A pink jersey silk petticoat nas tnre full flounces of cream nrl. ental lace, each flounce spread at me edge by a strip of featherbone run underneath. Thro rnM with attending- leaves decorate th ihm flounces at their headings ail on the left side of the petticoat PUMPKIN TDtBALE. To 1 pint of mashed Dumokin add the yolks of 2 eggs, , ell beaten, 1 teaspeon of salt and a dash of pepL per. Mix well, cut and fold u th stiffly beaten whites of the 2 eggs, wen nil custard or tlmbale runs. Stand ia a baking pan of hot water and bake in a moderate oven 20 min utes, or until firm. When done, 'turn carefully from the cups and serve at ace, i CREAM CAKE. One half pound flour, 1-2 pound eusar, l-j pound butter, 3 eggs, 1 teaspoon baking powder, 1-4 pint cream, grated lemon rind or rose water. Beat butter and sugar to a cream: add yolks of eggs one by one, beating eaen wen. sirt In the flour, mixed and sifted with baking powder, and lastly cream and whites of eggs beat en stiff. POT ROAST (CIICCK). Rub t pounds of beef over with vinegar and let It stand for one hour before cooking. Saute till well browned. Add 1 cup of water and simmer till the fiber is tender. Add teaspoonful salt. SALISBURY STEAK. PLANKED (CHUCK), y Grind the meat three times. To 1 pound of meat use 1 tablespoon of lemon juice and 1 teaspoon of salt. Mold into form of steak on plank place In hot oven and, after 5 min utes reduce the heat. Cook 12 to 15 minutes, if liked medium. SWISS STEAK. Take a round steak, one Inch thick, place on a floured meat board and cover with flour. Pound In flour with the edge of a plate, till meat is tender. Pan-broil, Season with salt and 1-4 teaspoon pepper, dot ever with one tablespoon butter. FRENCH STEAK. Mrip one skirt steak of fat. Re move the membrane. Lay the steak on a board, place the fat at each end and roll, skewer. Cut in one-inch slices and oven-broil 30 minutes. To oven broil, put wire rack over a pie tin or dripping pan with a little hot water. CROQUETTES IN PAPER BAG, Mix together one part ground meat o two parts of tomato sauce. Fof the sauce, three tablespoons of flour. three tablespoons butter, one cup ol tomato liquor, 1-4 saltspoon of salt. -4 sartspoon of pepper. Shape the croquettes, one table spoon of mixture In a ball. Roll In bread crumbs, then in beaten egg. then in bread crumbs again. Grease the inside of the bag well. place croquettes In bag carefully. Close the bug by folding top over and fast ening with paper clips or pins. Place in hot oven for 20 minutes. Wet Umbrellas. Do not open a wet umbrella to dry it. Wipe it down with an old soft silk handkerchief and leave It to drain in a bath or basin, shut up. To Revive a Fire, Dried orange peel revives a neglect ed fire more thoroughly and quicker than anything else, but Is a very noisy and sputtery remedy. Retnovinr Onion Smell. The disagreeable smell of onions which clings to pots and pans so stub, bomly can quickly be removed by washing and drying the pans, scour ing with common salt, and, placing on the stave until the salt Is brown. Shake often, then wash the pan as usual. Prevents Hands riunnin. To prevent your hand. -hnnin. .1 ays wash them in cold water; but. If this is too Spartan for you, dusting them over with a little toilet oatmeal after each washing will sometimes prevent It. WashJlU" HalrtmialiML To wash hairbrushes, mix together a laoiespoonrui of liquid ammonia, about a quart of water. Do not wet the back of the brush. Rinse In clear cold water. To Keep Milk From Burning. Milk will burn quite easily, but this can be rectified In the following ay: four the bolllrxr miiir itn clean pitcher and stand in a basin of coia water until quite cool. Ironing Hooks and Eyes. In ironing a garment on which nooks are sewn, care ahnuM h toko.. not to close the hooka. Tnu ran nm. vent this by placing a flannel or any. ining sort Deneatn the hooks. If the fire bell should rlne would you run and aton it or ro and heln put out the fire? it ia much the same way with a cough. A couth la a dan. ger signal as much as a fire bell. You should no more try to suppress it than to stop a tire bell when It is ringing, but should cure the diausa that causes the coughing. This can nearly always be done bv taklnr Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Many nave used It with the most beneficial results. It Is especially valuable for tne persistent cough that an .. fni. lows a bad cold or an attack of the grip. Mrs. Thomas Baechlna-. An drews, Ind., writes:, "During the winter my husband takes cold easllv and coughs and coughs. Chamber. Iain's Cough Remedv is the best med. iclne for breaking up these attacks and you cannot get him to take any other." Obtainable everywhere. Adv. NESNER IS .ALL-AMERICAN ... MATERIAL. 1 r 1 I- . , 'I His Harness Store to the opera house block corner Court and Cottonwood Sts. HE IS INSTALLING A COMPLETE MODERN AUTO. MOBILE TRIMMING AND UPHOLSTERING PLANT. THE OLD QUARTERS WHERE HE ESTABLISHED HIS ENVIABLE REPUTATION FOR SATISFACTION ARE NOW TOO SMALL FOR HIS FAST GROWING BUSINESS Better service than ever from now on If it's Harness, Saddles or Auto tops he'll fix it If you are an old patron wo thank you for your past business. If we have pleaxftd you it ha pleased us. If you have not tried us we cordially solicit a part of your fu ture buuneu. We aim to make our serric e satisfactory always. VI 1 PAHrFA Gorner Court and Cottonwood W UilflWI Don forget the new location r.iiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiimiiMimiiiiiiiii iiiiHiiiiiiiriiiririiinriunMi'irirlnn;r..........VVT.!.!.,.T.3 iuiiniimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiii,7 ' l: N 'I ? Mi" y Ji IP Here is a little fellow who will come In for a large share of consideration vhen the experts get together and start to dope out the All-American eleven. He is "Sunny" Kesner, .the star of the light but fast Carnegie lech, football team, of Pittsburg. He plays quarterback and has starred In his team's big games of the season with Tale, Cornell and Pitt. "Kessy" Is the idol of Pittsburg fans, who di vide their attention between Pitt and Carnegie Tech. He is a wonderful runner going around the ends and he ii as hard to tackle as an eel IV FOR A GOLD, BAD BREATH, M IK HEADACHE BEST FOB LIVER AND BOWEI S, FOR BTMOCSNESS. SOUR STOMACH AND COXSTI. PATION. Get a 10-cent box now. Furred Tongue, Bad Colds, Indiges. tion. Sallow Skin and Miserable Head aches come from a torpid liver and clogged bowels, which cause your stomach to become filled with undi gested food, which sours and fer ments like garbage in. a swill barrel. That's the first step to untold misery Indigestion, foul gases, bad breath yellow skin, mental fears, everything that Is horrible and nauseating. A Cascaret tonight will give your con. stlpated bowels a thorough cleansing and straighten you out by morning. They work while you sleep a 10-cent box from your druggist will keep you feeling good for months. Mil lions of men and women take a Cas caret now and then to keep their stomach, liver and bowels regulated, and never know a miserable moment Don't forget the children their lit tle lnsldes need a good, gentle cleans ing, too. , HIiEFGRJiPATISM! Mo8terole Loosens Up Those Stiff Joints Drives Out Pain You'll know why thousands use Mus terole ones yoa experience the glad re lief it gives. Get a jar at once from the nearest drug stt'e. It is a clean, white ointment, made with the oil of mustard. Better than a mustard plaster and does not blister. Brings ease and comfort while it is being rubbed onl Musterole is recommended by many doctors and nurses. Millions of jars are used annually for bronchitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralcria. pleurisy, rheu matism, lumbago, pains and aches of the back or joints, sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chilbla.'ns, frosted feet, colds of th. rhest fit of ten .prevents pneumonia). H ALL STREET CLICKERS KEEP TLME WITH BILLY SUNDAY (By United Press) NEW YORK, Dec. 2. With the click of their stock tickers in one ear and a Billy Sunday prayer meeting In the other, Wall stret bankers and trokers will bow their heads In si lence when Billy gets his Salvation Squad at work during his New York campaign April 1. EMULATES ELIZA FLEEING OVER ICE Wyoming Mother, to Keep Her Chil dren, Races 100 Miles la Cold. CIIEYEXNE, Wyo., Dec. i. That her children. 2. ( and 6 yeura old, might not be taken from her by the Wyoming Humane society, Mrs. J. Maronheimer, 24, of Basin, fled with the youngsters In an automobile thru below-zero weather more than 100 miles to Brldger, Mont., where she now Is and defies the Wyoming au thorities to interfere with her off spring. The story of Mrs. Mason helmer's flight was brought to the city last night by Mrs. Frank Egglestone of Laramie, who was sent to Basin by the Humane society to take charge of (he Masnnheimer children, but who ar rived a few hours after Mrs. Mason heimer had fled. TRAIN IS SNOWBOUND IN WYOMING 18 HOURS CHEYENXE, Wyo., Dec. 2. The first train snowbound in Wyoming this winter, a southbound Burlington Billings-Denver passenger, reached Cheyenne at 8 o'clock last night, after having been blockaded near Iron Mountain, forty miles north, for" near ly eighteen hours. Resinol Surely Heals Sick Skins 3 1 DENMARK'S GREATEST VIOLINIST AND New York Metropolitan Company The entertainment given by this remarkable com pany of instrumental artists and Grand Opera sing, ers is after the style of the popular Sunday concerts held in the Metropolitan Opera House, New York City. Greatest variety in music Arias from your favorite operas in the beautiful original costumes Folk songs in national costumes The famous sex tette from "Lucia" and the "Barcarolle" from "The Tales of Hoffman" -Classical music Chamber music Popular music In fact AN ENTERTAINMENT FOR EVERYBODY. Dec. 5 at the Presbyterian Church (Not a Lyceum number.) 11 1 FfP4 When you know physicians have pre scribed Resinol for over 20 years in the treatment ol eczema and other itching, burning, unsightly skin eruptions, and have written thousands of reports saying: "It is tcj regular prescription for ifching," "Resinol has produced brilliant results," "The result it gave was marvelous ia one of the worst cases of eczema," etc, etc, doesn't it make you feel, "This Is the treatment I can rely on for MY skin-tToubleT" Whea Resinol Ointment touches Itch ing skins, the itching usually stops and healing begins. With the aid of Resinol Boap, it almost always clears away e sema, ringworm, pimples, or other dis tressing eruption quickly, leaving the akin clear and healthy. Sold by all druggists. Use Resinol Roap rwularly and you will be astonished to find how quickly it soothes snd cleanses the pores, and leaves the complexion clear and fresh. BETTER AND SOFTER LIGHT Is assured by the use of some of these beautiful futures of ours. They give a light that Illuminates the room perfectly, bat that does not tire or strain the eyes. They are not expen sive considering their extra ef ficiency and extra beauty. Why not at least see them? J. L. VAUGHAN f "" .nnni tPMi 0 tan DAL STORE FOR SALE Owner wants to retire and will sell good paying business cheap. Lo. cated In good stock raising section, close to Pendleton. Whole thing goes; store building, t room dwelling, lots, stock runs about ItOOO. Price tor all $6000.00. Cash or bankable notes. Must be sold at oaos. HATLCCIMiflTZ iriVESTt'ZriT GO, INSURANCE IIS Rast Court fit. REAL ESTATE laoe loaoc IOC30I 30K30: LOANS 9 1 loraol frii!!JI!inniHiSi!SiiSI!Sflllllfm s KS531ES, CIH? SUSY. GUI IiA DISHES I I flOFY'S KWONG HONG LOW VVi- W lUWed.AltaSt. Upstairs.' Phone til 1 wnisnmitui:iiiituiiiiiniiiiiiniit!iiiriiiiitHiiiiiiiiiiiiiti(iiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiimU