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DAILY EAST OREGON! AN. PENDLETON, OREGON, -TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1917.
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Buy your winter
Potatoes Now
A carload of Weston
Mountain Potatoes
in today
$2.00
GRAY BROS. GROCERY CO.
Two Phone, 28.
"QUALITY1
823 Main St.
OVER THE NORTHWEST
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Holiday Turkeys IIhcmspwmI,
roUTUXD. Nov. 13. Dealers,
storage men and representative far
mers met here late today with Foo.l
Administrator Newell to discuss the
handling of turkeys during: the holi
day season.
Under plans laid this afternoon,
the wholesalers and retailers will aP
1 olnt a committee which will meet
v.lth Newell dally and set the turkey
price for the next day. In this way,
Newell hopes to furnish Thanksfftv-
versal mllittiry training in the pub
lic schools and dractic actlou against
pacifists, who he terms the enemy of
democracy.
Many at Camp Lewis.
CAMP LKYV1S. Tacoma, Wash..
Nov, 13. The population of Camp
Lewis is Hearing its maximum.
1'ractically all the men of the first
draft from the western states are
assembled here.'
Small numbers of stragglers will
Ing and Christmas dinners at reason-! continue to arrive for the next two
Itble prices and, at the same time, in
sure the farmers and dealers a fair
profit.
or three weeks, making up deficien
cies In past quotas and for dis
charges for 'disability or exemption.
I.Ahore-1-H Want 3lvat.
REATTLK, Wash.. Nov. 13. The
laboring man's restaurant Is having
a lot of trouble with "meatless Tues
day." Manual laborers, restaurant men
are based on detailed say, demand lots of meat.
seven logging camps, i "I wouldn't dare break it too snd-
I.offgors Heavy Eatcis.
1 PORTLAND, Ore.. No. 13. A
1 logger eats an average of 1.97 pounds
i of food at each meal, according to
i figures compiled by W. C. Ruegnitz.
of tho Bridal Veil Lumber company
I His figures
j reports from
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We have wearing apparel for every change of the weather, for every member
of the family, and at any price that you wish to pay,- always a Golden Rule
value and that is the best for the price asked.
Child's H libbers . . .
Boys' Bint Girls' Rubberx . ,
I .ad low' Rubber
Men'H ttubher .
IjkIIps' spats
Children'. Jersey I gringo , .
Kliinola, "2 hi 1," black or Ian polish. .
(illt Kdite Polish . . ;
Shoe Ijiees, 2 pairs , . .
Indies' and Mr-n'a Hair Sole. ........
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tfte, 6c
K9f, B8c
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Hoy' Jerseys
Melt's Sweaters
Men's Wool Socks, 2 pairs . . .
Men's Work Korku, 4 mi Irs '. .
Men's Blue Denim ,Iiiniier8 . .
Men's Canvas filoves, a iwllrs
Ijeather Faced Canvas lilnves
Mim'a IJne, Cloves "...
Men's Winter Caps
Men's riuriiK'l Shirts
98c, 11.60
$!., 2.4, 3.M
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SI. lit, Sl.Hffl, 11.08
The average total cost for each meal ; denly," declured one proprietor of a
is placed at 27 cents by Kue&nttx. i chop house. "The. fellows I serve
The amount of food consumed a' couldn't stand the strain I'm
the 'various camps varies generally, breaking em in a little by little. Te
nia fig-urea show. At one camp, the day I'm featuring; pork and lieana."
average was pounds for each "Ail same all time,"' was the corn-
man's meal. ment of a Chinese restaurant man.
! "Me catchum . rice, catchum noodle.
Thinks War Will Be I.oiuc. j Boy he askum pork. Me tellum see
TACOMA, Wash., Nov. 13. A strip Honorable Hoover. Give 'em chow
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GREAT, REDUCTIONS
on'some of our
FINEST CHINA
V3 off on some of our
best imported patterns.
SALE NOW ON
Owing to the limited stock you should
fill in your set while these , wares are
still on the market.
These numbers are included:
"Silver Pattern" Haviland.
"Ransom" plain white Haviland.
"Saxony Blue," Bavaria.
"White Austrian."
Royal Haverhill, Silver Grey.
Indian Tree.
Decorated Radison.
Chocolate and Tea Sets in Fancy
Decorations.
Royal M. Sawtelle
Jeweler, Since 1887
of the United States of America 1?
going to be established In Germany,
Major Caldwaleder said here today.
American soldiers will patrol that
strip, the American flag will fly
above it and good old United States
will be the language soken.
''More than that, the major de
clarer, "our power Ib going to extend
to Berlin, but we've got a long, haYd
road ahead or us. Experts agree
this la going to be a long war. We
.re just now on the threshold.
Major Oadwalader advocates tinl-
n:uck, give 'em noodle,
no give'm meat."
give "em rice
'Soap Vrlee Is Souring.
! PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 13. N'ow
, its the high cost of keeping clean.
Increasing demands for oap and a
decrease In the quantity of fats, gly
i cerln, resin nnl other materials will
force the retail price of soap still
: higher, dealers and manufacturers
predict.
, The price of osap has already taken
i several jumps recently.
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2 tablespoons haklng powder.
1 tablespoon augur.
4 tablespoons shortening.
Liquid enough, to mix (ubout . 3-4 :
cup). - , ,
Sift together the flour, meal, salt I
and baking: powder twice. Have ths j
shortening as cold as possible and
cut It into the mixture with a knife,
finally rubbing it in with the hands.
Mix quickly with the cold liquid,
(milk, skim milk or water), tormina
a fairly soft dough which can be
rolled on the board. Turn onto a
flour board, roll Into a sheet not
over 1-2 inch thick; cut Into rounds;
place these in lightly floured biscuit
tins (or shallow puns), und bake 10
or 12 minutes In a rather hot oven.
means the addition of approximately! start December IT and continue
10.000,000 members. The drive is to ; Christmas ove. " - (
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WANTED i
From the Berlin account of the ac- 1 Americans and the wounding (
tlon against American troops on the j more, the Germans captured several
French frontier it is believed It took prisoners. This point is southeast of
; place at the town of Parroy where ; the eVrdun battlefield, two miles
the battle line crosses the Rhine- from the Oerman boundary. It was
Marne Canal. Here It was that sev- j n quiet section of the line where Am
: eral days previous to the engagement : crican troops were being given their
w hich resulted in the death of three : final training for war.
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Daily Chats With
the Housewife
and barn for
J'rice (38 per
FOR SALE
450 acres. ZOO nice summerfallow, good house,
24 horses. Abundance of water, good fences, etc.
acre.
Hotel of 20 rooms, lot 80x120, out buildings and all equipment.
Rooms all furnished. Piano cash register, all for 93000.
If you are looking for a nice, clean, up-to-date good paying busi
ness pn Main street, together with good home with it, I have it.
Owner must sell on account of member of family going1 to the war.
I have some good stock ranches left, with or without stock.
E. T. WADE, Pendleton, Ore.
CREAMFI) FI.VNAX liADI.
I First boit fish and remove the skin.
Make a white sauce of 2 tablespoons
of butter (heat) and add I tablespoon
of flour in it, pinch of salt, and 1 cup
of milk. Break up fwh into small
pieces and mix in the white sauce. :
SCRAPPLE.
Clean and cut up a hog's head and
remove all frkin and larger bones. Iet
soak In salt water over night and
next morning wash again and put
Stir constantly until done; then
spread out in pans, and when culd
I cut in slices and fry brown on both
.sides. Ky running melted lurd over
it, it can be kept a long while.
1X)..MY SAI'CK AVI APPLE .'
rMpM.;s.
Make a shortcake of 3 cups nf
flour, 2 tablespoons lard, - 1-2 tea
spoon salt, X teaspoon soda and- . 3
teaspoons cream tartar, 1 cup milk.
Peel and quarter . apples, roll out
over the fire in cold water enough to dousn( cut n aMUare and - form in
THE BEST EQUIPPED BATTERY
STATION IN EASTERN OIGON
We invite you to visit our station
and we solicit your requests for in
formation o nany phase of your el
ectrical system.
In this way you can become fami
liar with the workings of j'our par
ticular system and at the same time
learn that vou can trust our EX
PERT ELECTRICIAN with any
Ignition or Motor Troubles that
you may have.
PENDLETON
AUTO COMPANY
"Established Since 1907"
cover, vook slowly until the nones
separate from the meat; then drain,
pick out all the bones and hard griH
tle and grind the meeat fine. Strrtin
the liquor and return it with the
ground meat to the kettle; season with
salt and pepper to taste; and when
it begins to boll. Htlr in, slowly, enough
cornmeal to thicken, adding some
white flour to make it hold together.
balls. Cook 1-2 hour.
Sauce 1 cup of sugar, 1 -egg beaten
'(lightly), 1-4 cup of boiling milk, fla
vor with vanilla.
It lee and Wheat Meal ItlwuM.
1 cup of rice flour. '
1 cup of wheat meal.
1 teawponn salt.
COHX RECEIPT
The following receipts were pre
pared after practical demonstration
by some "old southern mammies" un
der the direction of the woman's food
conservation committee of the llrtnola
State Council of Defense:
CORX POXK.
One cup of cornnieal.
One-half cup f flour. ,
Two tablespoons of melted fat.
One-quarter cup of hot water.
One-third cup of sweet milk.
Three teaspoons of baking powder.
Three-quarters teaspoon of salt.
Mix cornmeal, flour and salt, add
hot water and melted fat. then milk
and stir well. Scatter the baking
powder over the top and beat In with
spoon. Form into two rolls -with
the hands, place in w'ell buttered pan
'and bake twenty minutes in . 'a hoi
oven.
COUX BREAD. ,
One and a half cupfuls of cornmeal.
Quarter cup of flour. ,
One egg. ' '
One teaspoonful of salt.
' Two tablespoonfuls of sugar.
1 teaspoonful of baking powder.
One teaspoonful of soda.
Two cups of sour milk.
Two tablespoonfuls of melted fat.
Beat , the eKg. add cornmeal, flour,
sugar ami salt, then milk and beat.
Add baking powder and melted fat,
pour into well buttered tin and bake
twenty minutes in a hot oven.
CORX MUFFINS.
One and one-half cupa of cornmeal.
. One-half cup cf flour.
Two teaspoons of baking powder.
One teaspoon of salt.
"Two tablespoons of melted fat.
Two tablespoons of sugar.
Two tublenpoons hot water.
' One-half cup of milk, i
One egg.
'AVhite or yellow cornmeal can be
used in any of these recipes. .All
measurements are level.
HOUSEHOLD IONTfl,
A piece of old stocking .tied over o
whisk broom makes the best kind of
stove cleaner. ;
A heated lemon is said to yield more
juice than a cold one.- Wash, wuui
and dry lemon peel for flavoring fruit
cakes and making puddlpgs and mince
piws. .
. po not cut off half an inch from
the xewing machine bund .when It
stretches and becomes too loose to fit
the wheel. Put a few drops of pure
castor oil on the band and r" the
machine for a few minutes and the
band will swell and. tighten.
Prime light hogs ,
Prime heavy hog ,
Rough heavy hogs
Pigs and feeders
Live Wfc '
.$15.00 per cwt.
.. 14.00 per cwt.
. 13.50 per cwt.
. 13.00
Dressed WL
$20.00 per cwt.
19.50 per cwt.
18.00 per cwt.'
Pendleton Meat Co. I
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FOR YOUR HEALTH
sake and to preserve the wheat
supply . use BLVDEN STEIN'S
; P R E PARE D DIETARY
FIOVH. It contains Just enough
bran to - regulate your bowel
movement, without that bran-
. ny taste.
: Hotcakes, Buns or Rrown
Bread. ,
DENTISTRY
DR. DAVID B. HILL
DR. HARRY N. MOORE
Room 1 Judd Bids:.
Dr. Lynn K. Blakealee i
Chronic and Nervous Zlaua
and Dlneaaea of Women. X-rx
Electro Therapeutic. Phone 843
(Jolin Schmidt) Belt. Illdf. .
jiei mows wants -MT.rnrci5s.
rampHlgn I'or lO.OOO.OOn Morp, Kurt
I no ('lirismwi TCrr.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 12. 'A: na
tionwide C'Jirlntma memberxhlr'
drive by the Hed CTobh war council
to luilld 11 u the membership to 1.
(loo.oiio I being prepared. . Thl
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You will eventually want one, why not talk
it over now.
Oregon Motor Garage
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117. 119. 121. 123 W.il Court St.
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