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MT. SCOTT H ERALD
a loat aim imae iu a uutieren pan uni
It lx well bmwued Serve on a ham
some platter «>■ a I hh I of heart of lei
tuee leaves and with tomato aaucs
Entere.! as Seren«! t'tow Mailer February II», 1914.
Lentil Salad. Take cold I tolled leu
tils, drain them carefully and place on
At poatortwe. Lenta. Oregon, Undar act of March 3, 1ST»
the lee to tss-ome very cold Add one
eighth of their weight In tiuy cooked
onions and an equal amount of celery
Published Every Thursday at lenta. Ore., by the Mr. S cott Pvausntmi Co.
Heap the salad In a mound on a plat
H. A. DARN ALL, E ditob amd M amagm .
ter. garuish with slices of beets cut In
fancy s I> ii | m * and «-over with a boiled
Office Phone: Home B-8111-1111. Residence: Tabor £03
Creamed Lentils. Take a pint of len
tils, toil, drain and add a cupful of
the home of her «laughter an«i young cream nance. To make the sauce take
HE introduction of a resolu grandson. We hope she will find all a tablespooiiful of butter and put II
into a sauce|>an. Melt It and add a
tion at the state XG range well when she arrives there.
teas|M»tiihtl of onion juice and a table
descrediting the work of Z the The national retail liquor-dealer* spoonful of flour. Stir these together
State Game and Fish Com association, through its president. M snd n«l«f very slowly a cup of cold milk
mission and the game wardens F. Farley, in response to the request oi stirring the sauce until It Is cream.'
Everybody's Magazine for a statement
smooth Then mix In a teaa|<oor>
has caused considerable annoy of position on the liquor question states and
fill of salt ami a dash of pepper
ance to members of the sporting that tne saloon exists, first, "To supply
clubs in Portland.
They say the craving of human nature." and that
11 EXE relishes give flavor to the
otherwise plain lenten meal
there'.is a serious misunderstand- "the saloon, a* it exists today, is just
r'anapes may to made by cut
ing about the expenses ofXthe what the people make it and the officers ting slices
of stale bread about a halt
ot the law permit " Now people, wake
Game Warden’s Department, up. Arise to the dignity of your re lu.b thick and lu any shai>e liked.
Thau they are toaHt«xi or Milted until
and judging from the report’they sponsibility—make Oregon «iry.
golden brown. Spread with some
furnish it is possible that the The County W. C. T. U. awarded the i a savory
mixture, such as cheese. fish or
public is not properly informed prizes in the public srbool contest on meat, and tastefully garnished they
considering the source of ¿their Tuesday evening. Those who approve add to the attractiveness of the table
of this kind of work and are generously
ellcee of bread may to aaute«l
funds and disbursements, we inclined may help the county by con in The
fat butter or olive oil. as you pre
If you have a fancy cutter to
quote as follows:
tributions of «.-ash to assist in meeting fer
ahape them with it in more convenient
a !The Sportsmen'Pay theBiUs^ there obligations.
than using a knife
| Occasionally we hear the remark that
the JFish and GamelCommission is
spending too much o' the taxpayers
money in the protection and propaga
tion of game. The money in the Game
Protection Fund, which is spent in the
employment of from forty to fifty game
wardens, the purchase and the distribu
tion of game birds, animals and game
fish, is derived from thelhunters' and
anglers' licensee. Not one penny was
appropriated for game protection at the
last session of the legislature.
Game Protection Fund comes from the
pockets of the man who hunts and
angles. It should be carefully spent to
advance the ..[cause for which it is
It must be borne in mind that a good
portion of the total expenditures .from
the Game Protection Fund for the’^vear
1913 was incurred by the purchase of
the fish distribution car; the property
upon which the Bonneville Hatchery is
located, and other permanent improve
ments and equipment at the hatcheries
andjthe State’Game Farm. “
“■ ths oami rsoTatTiosp-rsD for 1913
( Amount on hand January"?
1, ............................................. ♦ I H0,777^62
“Income from Sportsmen’s
Licensee during 1913.......... $106.800^00
“Income from Fines and 38 ^Mgi
ISH soups. Chowders or broths are
excellent Items for the leuten bill
When buying a Ash for chowder have ,!
the dealer remove the bead and skin
when cleaning It. Then when prepar
Ing it for cooking you have only to take
out the bone.
Eels are in season all year. They
make a nice broth as follows
Eel Broth—Take about a pound of
small eels and stmmer them In two
quarta of water til) the liquor Is re
duced to a quart. To flavor this soup
add a small blade of mare, a bay
leaf, two onions and a few pepper
corns Skim well when the broth flrst
bolls up and add salt. Strain through
a thick cloth, thicken and just before
serving add sufficient hot milk to make
the soup white Scatter chop|>ed pars
ley and yolk of hard boiled egg over j
Codfish Chowder.—Take a pound and
a half of codfish, a pint of sliced pota
toes, one-quarter cupful sliced onions
four tableepoonfuls flour, four slices
salt pork, a pint milk, boiling water,
g Total Income for 1913 .......$1.8,212.44 salt snd i»pper. Fry out the salt pork,
add onions and cook slowly till they
•'Amountexpended by Fish I^HI
are yellow; then pour In a quart of
and Game Commission from "
boiling water and the fish cut In small
January 1st, 1913 to January
pieces. Cook until the latter Is nearly
1st, 1914................................ .
done, then turn in the potatoes When
they are tender add the milk and the
Balance on band January
1st, 1914........................... ........ Hl,737.52 flour dissolved In a little cold water.
Season to taste and serve garnished
with water craekera moistened with
he Rose Show will be over hot
by the time this issue of the Salmon Soup.—T»ke a quart of stock,
Herald reaches all its readers. a all<-e<] onion and half t can of salmon
This year’s show has1 had’ *its and
sieve, add a quart of boiling milk, sea
customary support, and it pro son with salt, pepper, minced parsley
duced the usual amount of noise an«l celery wilt, thicken with butter
flour and nerve with whipped
but it has shown a decided ina and
bility to develop the usual amount
of enthusiasm. Whether this
was due to the management or
the times will remain a ’disputed
question, but we suspect that
the general depression has had
more to do with it than anything
else. The roses were never
better, people healthier, or deco
rative parades finer but the re
sults are not the same.
One of the best “chicken
books” that has come our way is
that entitled Success With Hens
by Robert Joos. It is a 235 page
volume, filled with practical ideas
about breeds, feeding, hatching,
birds,” vermin, etc., all of which
is eminently practical even to the
owner of a small flock.
book retails at JI. 12 mailed, from
Forbes & Co., 443 South Dear
born street, Chicago.
As an indication of possible
improved conditions real estate
dealers report more than usual
activity within the past two
NOTES OF THE W. C. T. 0.
The Flower Mission
meeting at the home of Mrs. Heald,
Grays Crossing, on Tuesday of this
week was especially interesting and en
joyable. The next meeting will be held
at the Evangelical Church on June 23.
Mt. Scott Union has made arrange
ments to hold meetings St some of the
rural school houses hereabouts
The president of our Social Purity
Department, Mrs. Gesell, has received
a cablegram calling her to Honolulu to
. At The Churches
Millard Avenue Presbyterian Church
Sunday Services IO:i*> a m Sabbath
School. 11 tin a. in. morning worship
6 15 p.m. Y I* S C E 7:3'1 Evening
worship Thursday, 7:30 midweek se>-
»ice, 8:00 p. m. chlor nraclice.
Rev. Wrn. II. Amos, Pastor.
St Peter's Catholic Church
Sundays: Iziw Mass at 8 a ni
Maas at 10.Si a. m. Sun-lav S, bool at
8 .'Hl a in
Week days: Maas at 8 a m.
Choir Reh arsal, Sunday 12 M
Seventh Day Adventist Church
Saturday Sabbath ecli-xil, 10 a nt.
Siturday preaching. Il a tn
day prayer mealing. 7 -.30 p. in. Sun
day preaching, 7:45 p. tn.
Lents Baptist Church
Loth's Day, June 14. Bibb* School,
9:45 A. M
Morning worship, II A M
Theme: "Saving <»ne’s Life, or Saving
One's Soul ” B Y. I' I’., 7 P. M?
Evening worship, 8 P. M Tlieme "The
Broad Way ami tin- Narrow Way."
Tlie ordinance of toptisin adiniuisU-red
at evening service. J. M. Nelson, partor
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Lent« St«., Portland, Oregon
German Evangelical Reformed Church
S. School 10 A 'I German School
Saturday 10 A. M
Y. P. S. Wednesday
8 P. M. Sunday worship II A M.
Pentecoetal services 11 A M Confir
mation. The following > law< will be ad-
mittetl into tto congregation.
Ertier, Josephine Ertl«-r. Frans Ertler,
Celebration of tin-
Holy Communion Offering for la-nefil
of the church erection fun«l.
are invitrd to attend and bring frienda.
Th. Schildknectit, Pastor
All kinds of Storage for Household arti
cles, Furniture or other Goods
Kern Park Christian Church.
Morning Sermon subject: "With
What Intent." Evening subject: "The
Issuis Hinging on To-morrows Public
Lents M. E.
We beg to announce that ’be
ginning with Saturday, May the 9th
1914, we will be located in our new
banking rooms on comer ol Johnson
and Main strretM and shall be pleased
to sec our many customers in the
new location. With ample banking
rooms and splendid facilities we hope
to be able to enjoy the good patron
age which we have had in the past,
and cordially invite all our friends
and patrons to drop in and inspect
our new home.
The Multnomah State Bank
Bible school, 9:45; Meeting for
worship at ll o'clock ; v. E Serviced »
P. M. Preaching 7 :3d Praver meeting
Thursday eve al 7:45. John Riley,
Mads With Shall Fish.
Caviar Canapes.—Cut the sandwich
bretul a third of an inch thick and
about two Inches square. Toast golden
color. Spread each piece with a tea-
spoonful of Russian caviar. Chop n
cold hard tolled egg very flne. Mix
with a tens[Mx>nful each of mln«-e«l
parsley and onion. Divide this among
the ple«-es of caviar covered toast
Serve the cana|>ea on a dlsb on a fold
ed napkin and decorate with quartered
lemon and [»araley.
Sardine Canapes.—Sardines put up in
oil are required in this case Take the
skin and tone from one half dozen ear
dines and pound them in n mortar un
til smooth. Then mix in one ounce of
butter, one ounre of grated cheese and
season with salt and pepper. Make
some toast of bread, cut In rounds and
butter the n
Then pile the sardine
paste on each pisce of toast, sprinkle
with grate<l < h«*e«e and put In the oven
to get thoroughly hot. Serve at once.
Crab Canapee.-For these ftesb or
canned crab meat may to used
the foundation take a half «loxeu ovni
shaped pta'ee of toast
For the sauce about a dozen bn rd
ahelle«! era to are needed. Take the
meat from the ejawa snd divide the
daws lengthwise Wipe off the shells
and put them in the oven to dry. Take
out. put Into a mortar and pour In four
tablee|>oontula of olive oil and pound
flne. Then place in a saucepan on the
Are and let cook slowly for about ten
minutes. Take off and press ou» the
oil by squrezltig the mixture tn a
cloth. Now take thia oil and two <
bleapoonfula of tarragon vinegar and
mix this with the crab meat previous
Cover the six pieces of
toast with the sauce and garnish with
the claws and ndd pieces of pickle,
rut In fancy sha|>es or chopped flne:
■ai>eni. watercress or horseradish sauce.
A Russian Rsliah.
Arleta Baptist Church
Bible School next Sunday morning at
9 45 Preaching at 11 a. in. and 7:30
p. m. B Y I* U Hireling at rt : IA p. tu.
I'raver Meeting Thursday evening at
:46. Everybody welcome to any and
all of these services.
Office Lents Furniture Company
Preaching 11 A. M. an<l reception of
members. Children service at Bennott
■■hap« l 8 P M. Epworth League? P. M.
Sunday school and Bible claw 9:45 A. M.
Preaching aervicea in the evening
8 P. M. Strangers will have a cordial
welcome. W. Boyd Moor, Pastor.
North Main St., Lents
Home 1111; Tabor 1361
Haan Lead to Bstler Hultti
Serious sickness starts in disorders of
the stomach, liver and kidneys. The
best corrective and preventive ia I>r.
King’s New Life Pills. They Purify
the Blond - Prevent Constipation, keep
Liver, Kidneys and Bowels in healthy
condition. Give you better health by
A Delicious 8alad.
ridding the system of fermenting and
Grapefruit Salad.—Take two cupfuls gassy foods. Effective and mild. 25 eta.
of gra|>efrtilt. oue cupful of quartered at your Druggist.
oranges, one cupful of almonds, one-
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve for All Hurts.
quarter cupful of French salad dress
ing and one-half cupful of whipped
cream. Cut the grapefruit in halves.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
An Elaborate Chowder.
Isave the skins to use as cups in serv Ly D m al applh atlong. aa th» > cannot reacir
<i.»* aa* <1 portion of thr ear
Haddock Chowder.—Take a half doz ing. IJne the skins with lettuce or
on» way to cure deafnrm, and that id
en potatoes, slice thin and place In cold i parsley, aliening the greens to drop only
by constitutional r« m» dlra
water. Take a four pound haddock, re over the cups. Blanch and spilt the enua* <1 by an inflamed condition of th«* mu
« ous lining of th»* Eusta< hlan Tube
move the skin and bones and cut into almonds. Cut the oranges and graft«
thia tulye is inflamed you have a rumbllna
large pieces. Place the fish In cold wa fruit In small pieces. Mix all together, • nflrrly close«), Deafn*ss Is the result, it and
1 Block East of Main Kt. on Foster R«>nj
ter. Fry a large slice of fat pork In an marinate with French dressing. All unless the inflammation can be taken out
this-tube r» stored to Its normal corrdi-
agate kettle, cooking It until the fat Is cups and place a »fioonful of whipped and
lion, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine
ras» s out of ten ar* caused by Catarrh,
fried out Peel and slice two medium cream on top of eacb.
nothin* but an Inflamed condition
sized onions into the fat. Dredge with
Grapefruit Cocktail.—Take a chilled of ’he mucous surfaces
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any
flour and then add a layer of the drain grafiefnilt and cut it in halves. With cage
of r>«-afnesa 'caused by «4Marrh> that
Dredge again with flour a sharp knife take out the seeds and cannot be cur« 4 by Hall’s Catarrh Cure
fiend for circulars, free
and put In a layer of fish and thus con i cut out each section of fruit. Herve
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Bold bj Druggists 76c
tinue with alternate layers until the the pulp witli the juice in dainty
Take Hall s Family Pllla for constipation.
material is used, Pour on boiling wa- glasses. Two t(-HH|*oonfuls of sugar
ter and cover. 1 Let this boil until the and one tableapoonful of sherry may
potatoes are soft. Then add two cup to added to eacb glass.
fuls of milk. If the milk Is not rich
Another way Is to take grapefruit
add a piece of butter the size of an egg. Juice, lemon and orange in equal pro
a dash of pepper and a pinch of salt. portions. It is then sweetened to taste,
Let thia just come to boll. Split and flavored with maraschino and diluted
place in a t«>reen six or eight water Just before serving with water and
Pour chowder on these served In glasses with some of the
Serve at once.
grafiefruit pulp snd a maraschino
NUTRITIOUS LENTIL DISHES.
entils may be served In many
__ f palatable forms i. Dried or canned
Pineapple Cocktail.—Cut a pineapple
lentlla are suitable for the follow
Into quarters, remove a small portion
Ing dishes, if dried lentils are used they of the core and grate on a coarse grater
should be soaked In clear, cold water Serve in cock.all glasses, with small
overnight and In the morning drained piecea of ice.
Pineapple Pudding.—Take a cupful
Boiled lentils.—After the lenUls have of sugar, a half cupful of butter, a cup
been soaked all night and then washed ful of cream, four eggs and a grated
place them in a saucepan and cover pineapple Beat butter and sugar to a
with soft water. Bring them quickly cream, add to this the beaten yolks of
to the boiling ¡mint and let them cook the eggs Stir In the grated pineapple
gently for about an hour. Then drain and the cream, then the whipped whites
and cover with fresh water. Cook them of eggs
Line a baking dish with a
this time until tender. Drain them and layer of puff paste, pour In the pine
toss them in butter or a little cream, apple and bake with an under crust
adding a seasoning of salt, i*epper and
a tiny onion Serve them very hot and
Cure: Stubborn. Itchy Skin Trout ’u
garnished witti parsley. The onion may
“J could scratch myself to pieces"
be fried In butter, the butter thickened
to a very thin paste with flour and
given a tang with a few dropa of vine Itch, and Bimiliar Shi i Eruptions. Don't
gar and thus forming a delicate sauce Scratch—Stop the Itching at once with
over the lentils. A little stock may be Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment. Its first
added if one desires a gravy.
application starts healin; the Red.
Rough, Scaly, Itching Skin soothed by
lentil Loaf.—Take three cupfuls of the Healing and Cooling Medicines.
stewed lentils to two cupfuls of cold Mrs. C. A. Einfeldt, Rock Island, III.,
Broadway and Alder Streets
boiled potatoes and a cupful of bread af'er using Dr. Hobson's Eczema Oint
crumbs. Add to these a few celery ment, writes: '"This is the first time in
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leaves and run the whole through a nine years I have been free from the
vegetable or meat chopper. Season dreadful ailment." Guaranteed. 50 eta.
with salt, pepi«r and butter, shape into at your Druggist.
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Ten Electric Generating Plants
Widely scattered, have been built by
the Portland Railway, Light & Power
Company for the purpose of pro
to its patrons. Through high tension
transmission lines, each of these gen
erating plants are inter-communica
tive, so that the service is insured
against unforeseen interruptions.
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