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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 11, 1914)
POULTRY — ■
and Dairy Produce
vf all hind« waniml. Writ* for our
brn.l f..» hi'Wfa Ll»i an>l I’ ftm .
11IK J. K. M AHI IN CO. kj |S| Hl . I'urtland, Or.
Not HI« Fault.
Th» new foreman was u hustla f.
Nothing cHcaped hl« enxln ay«, mid
i wli»n«v«r ha mtw n workman auffor-
In« from a lin'd feeling ha quickly
wok» him up.
Ho when he discovered a bricklayer
»Hatching a quiet pipe behind a wheel-
; burrow Ida wrath arose mightily.
“What do you think you're paid for?
i Get on with yo<r Job, Il you don't
want to gat flrad pretty phsrp.*’
I "All right, boa«,*' rejoined the work
man. "Keep your 'air on. Rome wasn't
built In a day. you know."
"That may be," rejoined the huatler,
"but I wasn't foreman of that Job "—
New York Globe.
OMELETS IN SEASON
CBPBCIALLY APPROPRIAT» JU»T
NOW WITH VBGKTABLÍ».
Flnsly Choppsd Spinach Is On» of th» .
Fond of Chlvoo—Made With
BITS OF CARPETS FOR RUGS
Odds and Ends That Are of No Use
Make Artistic Coverings for
"Wbat on earth are you going to do
with those bits of carpet?" asked tbe
family friend who had Just dropped In
to find the bousemlslress making up a
bulky package of odds and e»ds of
floor-covering, chiefly tbe results of
refitting» occasioned by the migration
"Going to have them made Into
rugs," replied her friend, poking a re-
calcitrant bit of Brussels back into
'he bundle ■'I've discovered a man
who makes tbe most bewitching ones
you ever saw out of Juat such bits as
these - or out of old carpets, either,
provided they sre not rotten or motb-
■taten. He first unravels tbe weft of
'he carpet, and then weaves It up
again In bit or miss fashion, and tbe
results— aa the phrase goes—simply
beggar d< acrtptlon.'
Why, Mrs. B.
has a nursery rug that he made for
her out of odds and ends such as
ibene, and It's really beautiful, besides
being delightfully thick and warm In
fact. It’s Just like a new carpet.
"You've no Idea how artistically the
blues and reds and yellows and moss
greens blend when they are woven to
gether without any regard for pattern.
And. of course, aa the pieces are of
absolutely no use for anything else,
H's practically clear gain, especially
as the cost of making In hardly more
'han that of weaving a rag carpet."
MEMORIES OF STAR
Comedian Tells of a Lifetime's
Tims When Jack O'Brien, of Pugil
istic Fame, Came to the Aid of
will pay high salaries to their Sten-
ographen, Bookkeepers, Accountant«
Perlloualy Near Stranded Band
and Office Assistants.
HUT they must be competent!
At our school individual instruction
Leo H. White Is to play comedy and ; 1« given; each stucient is drilled daily,
Mr. White will be I «nd when graduated is COMPETENT
remembered aa tbe leading comedian to earn a g'xxl »alary.
with tbe original "Merry Widow" com- i Let us interest vou. Write for free
A position guaranteed.
pany. He was later a member of the ( catalog today.
"Gay Musician," a musical comedy, BEUTEL BUSINESS COLLEGE
which played in New York for two i
seasons. Leo's experiences have been I
many and var'ed; among the most!
comical Is the following:
a small repertoire company in tbe
state of Pennsylvania after tbe mu-
TO LEARN CHIROPRACTIC. Casks • !«*<«,.
steal comedy In which I was playing Nob Oww^eW tkbo. U® UeeaOMnM KW. twSaA fc«
blew up.* Tbe company was a regu- j
lar fly-by-night troupe of the barn-
He Came Back.
storm variety. We were to play a ,
town of a thousand Inhabitants the : Theodore has come back borne.
night after I Joined them, and 1 was Goodness gracious. Willie!
All the folks in U. S. A.
instructed to iearn the part of Ham' ,
Have about gone silly.
I did learn a few lines. Herd old go for old Woodrow,
and when the curtain rung up for the To get the White House ready.
performance I managed to jabber my ! But his smile will be in style
way through to the end. Tbe people , When he welcomes Teddy.
who saw the show thought It was i
great. A few nights later we reached Teddy went into the wild.
a civilized town with the big popula Over trees and under.
tion of 5,000. The manager of the I Finding rivers, killing snakes.
Just a-ralsing thunder,
opera house had some idea of tbe ! Brought some hides, and bones hw
artistic quality of our company, and :
refused to let us play. Jack O'Brien, : Back to zoo and college.
the well-known prixe fighter, happened ' Bet the kids will bust their lids.
to be in town, which, by the way, Crammin' in the knowledge!
A vegetable omelet especially »ulted
to th« »ea«on 1» spread with finely
chopped spinach, highly »easonvd with
; paprika, salt and pepper, moistened
Didn't Have the Key.
with butter. To many tastes this *•
The red haired office boy was to be preferred to the spinach puree,
whistling u late popular air. but be which results from pressing tho boiled
didn't curry the lune very well.
"You wIII break Into song occaalon- spinach through a «love. Tbla pnrticu
ally, will you?" remarked hie em ular omelet was garnished with two
mounds of the fiuely chopped splnnch.
•■Hometime«,’’ anewered the auburn each one set on a round of fresh to
loeed SkywhaH, •!•
DAISY FLY KILLER f
*> 1 An.« all
"If you'd get the key you wouldn't i tie butter The combination of colors
« «• H..I, >!«•<«, Of
need to break In," retorted the boa« — 1 as well as the flavors seemed a little
> .«<• ail
• •<••« ,
N> M •(
out of the ordinary.
*•<•1, •.•»'tipi.1«^ Uy
i .»I . will u- i » luf
h I Mt «
Wright'« Indian Vegetable 1'ills are «old
« ..«ffcMiwI • »«•usw.
held »y daotof«, •<
with arid without soluble «ugsr coating.
• «• 111 r »«M*
are sprinkled generously through the
They regulate the bowala, invigorate the
egg mixture before cooking. There is
BASuUl (UUU IM
Af* . Sw.tl,«. ». I
liver arid puufy the blood. Adv.
no filling In thia form of omelet, but
with it Is served a spoonful of rich
Waverly had juet returned from an cream sauce, yellow with the yolk of
Little John »»> full of mischief and I
during bla fl rat year at school hardly extended eastern trip.
'•Were you In many of the old N<*w kled In two crossing lines over its sur
a day paaied that lie waa not aeut to J
aland In th« corner
"Nearly all of them of nuy •lie.”
down and a new one waa Immediately
Sorrel, that special delight of the
**llud my picture taken standing on
begun the little boy went to h't fallii i, '
French, la also an excellent addition
who waa county auperlntcndent.
to the omelet. It Is generally used In
"What did you think of the rock?**
“Ilou t you think wo could get the
"Oh. It'» all very well In Ita way. the form, of a puree for tbe filling of
carpenter to build a round achoolhou»«
but why on earth do they have It In the omelet and also aa a garnish
thin time, father." be «aid.
This Is a piquant bit of
"Win, MUI? hla father naked. In un
flavoring not sufficiently used tn this
or Tomato Sauce.
"Hccuuae,'* the little fellow urn
country but eaally found at any green
FrtMi Io Our Hr ad rm
awerrd, "I'm getting very tired of
grocer's, especially In a foreign quar-
was the town of bls birth. He came
Write Murlua Fyr hrinr«!y Co ('biratfo, for
cornerà " Atlanta Journal.
Housekeepers may be glad to knew ■ to our assistance by agreeing to give
•» vagi’ IIIUKtratrd Kya
Free. Write all I ter of the city.
about Your It/•» Trouble act4 tbry will a4«iK<
A plain omelet mixture Into which of this meatless recipe, which will be a boxing exhibition after the last act,
a. Io the Pr«»|M-r Application of the Murine
providing the manager of the theater
Is beaten finely chopped parsley, | found very substantial:
Vye Httogllra In Your Hpe.-lal < a»r. Your
Make one pint of bean or lentil pulp would allow us to play there. If we
Drugglal will tell you that Murine Rrlirve«
chives and sorrel results In a savory
’ by soaking and boiling half a plat of
h-iftt Kye«. Ntreugthene Weak Kyee. Ix»r«n*l
hadn't played. I had resolved to eat
dish, which because of Ils green tone
Nmart, «Ox-lhrw I «« |,alu, an>l arils fur #0c.
Try It InVuur I >r«au4 in Itnby'a Kyra Cue
Is appropriately garnished with over . dried beans or lentl's. then putting < my part in Hamlet' Weil, the show
’ them through a potato rlcer or colan managed to pull through for tbe night.
Scaly XyeiiU« and Mrauuiatiun.
lapping rings of green peppers which
der to remove the skins. Take half a ! amidst catcalls and ben fruit. Well,
have been either parboiled or sauteed.
' pint of strained, rather thick canned . now for the sad part of tbe story. A
Everybody** Dcmg It.
Thia makes an attractive dish for
Th» chief ww berating a patrolman. luncheon or supper, and It something fomato and get all the pulp, but no I sparring partner had to be chosen to
"Why did you let that crook net ; more elaborate Is desired a spoonful seeds, through the colander; one pint carry out the promised boxing exhibl-
may from you?'* hr demanded. "You
of nut meal; two raw eggs; one gill of
I of thick cream sauce may be placed
»aw him enter the house?"
browned flour; one small minced on-
: within each alternating ring of green
Ion; one tablespoonful of minced pare
’And you raw hl in come out?”
"Yen, chief ”
The combination of smoked or salt-
Season highly with sage, sweet mar-
"Then why didn't you dunce right I ed fish 1« another surprise in the way
d'Tam. celery salt, pepper and pap-
, of a new omelet. Smoked salmon Is rlka and add one gill of sweet milk.
"1 did dance after him.*’ protested
the piHHoman, "but you see he was particularly appellxlng to use in this Mix all thoroughly. Put the mixture
doing the tango and I wus using the way and Is being served In flakes i Into a well greased baking dish or
' beaten through the entire omelet or > lurk's bead; brown in a quick oven.
! mixed with cream sauce Into a smooth I allowing it to be In about twenty min
and used aa a filling and gar- utes.
Putnam Fadeless Dyes are the . . paste
nlah. Flakes of salt codfish, browned
Turn the roast out on a flat meal
brightest and fastest
I In a little butter and scattered over
platter, serve hot, with brown gravy
, or tomato sauce.
Twu nicn were talking of the Lari , folding, also give an unusual flavor,
j relished by the somewhat critical
Superior Bread Pudding.
"D ock your wife ever grieve beesuse ! spring appetite.
One and one-half cupful of white
»he threw over a wealthy man In or
sugar, two cupfuls of fine dry bread
der to marry you?” queried Hall.
The Moth Evil.
crumbs, firs egga, ons tablespoonful
"Well, »he started It once." waa the
Moths deposit their eggs In spring of »utter, vanilla, rose water or lemon
reply, "but 1 cured her of It without
This, therefore, la the time to put flavoring, one quart of fresh rich milk
Official German ntntintlre «how thnt delay."
and half a cupful of jelly or jam. Rub
"1 wish you would tell me how. ’ away fure and woolens for the sum
the average yearly Income of the rail
i mer. It Is not tbe moth, but the mag- ! the butter Into a Cupful of sugar, beat
way maintenance worker« in Baden 1« «aid Hall.
"I started right In grieving with ■ got of tbe moth that does the mis the yolks very light and stir these to
1260; tn Wurteuiburg, >250; In Ba
To effectually preserve them gether to a cream. The bread crumbs
varia. 1230; In Saxony. $135; in i’rua- ¡ her." replied the other; "and 1 grieved ' chief
harder and longer than ahe did."— , from tbs ravages of these Insects soaked In milk are added and then the
i thoroughly beat the furs with a thin, flavoring. Bake In a buttered pudding
j rattan, and air them for several hours;! dleh (a large one) until the crust Is
' then carefully comb them with a clean "set" Draw to the mouth of tbe oven,
RESINOL WILL SURELY
comb, «rap them up In newspapers
STOP THAT ITCHING (moths dislike the printing Ink of spread over with Jam or Jelly. Cover
with a meringue made of the stiff
ALL HIÜHIS HLStRVlD q
My. what relief! The moment that newspapers) perfectly tight, and put
whites and half a cupful of sugar. Shut
realnol ointment touche« Itching «kin. them away In a thoroughly tight chest, the oven and bake until the meringue
th» Itching atop» and healing beglua. lined with tin or cedar wood.
i begins to color. Eat with cold cream.
1Y» n»««< «»Krti. »1. hraiiMul. planis»
Leo H. White.
That la why doctors have prescribed
They should be taken out and ex In strawberry season, substitute a pint
pimenUrtrf InvrntH lor children 1
it successfully for nineteen years In amined In the sun al least ones a
to • yr»r» »4 •(«. AH.tr in one yirve
of fresh fruit for the preserves.
a th dfop hfck.
•¡•FpeM on or
even the severest cases of ccxema, tet
lion, and they picked on me. At taat
FaMly waabed. No DfM
ter, ringworm, rashes and other tor
r lx ilk.* ba nil to vup dnulMton
time I weighed a hundred and two
Made in Mae denial, »nd blue »nd
white hi. Lory »tripe« for »11 the
With the help of warm baths with beet preventives as well as the oldest
Six large sweet potatoes, three table pounds, just a little more than jack
Abo lifhtrr weight
' O’Brten's boxing gloves. He played
reslnol soap, reslnol ointment restores known.
spoons of butter, four tablespoons of
n'a’rrlal f.»r tumn’l veer. All
the skin or scalp to perfect health
r»rmrnr» trimmed »Uh fast tod Of
Cook the potatoes in their with me for a little while and then I
blur galatr». Mede In Dutch nn-h
became peevish, smacking him rough-
and comfort, quickly, easily and at
skins until tender, remembering that
with elbow «loom and hl<b
nrik »nd ioof decree.
Three cupfuls flour, four level tea j sweet potatoes must be cooked slow ly on the chin. Well—when i woke up
Resinol Is nlso a perfect household
the doctor at my bedside asked me
remedy wherever a soothing, healing spoonfuls baking powder, two table ly. Cut them In rather thick slices an-! if I cared to send any news to my
75c the suit
spoonfuls sugar, about threefourth« lay them in a greased baking dish,
If ytHtr d«»|rr cshih K »upply you.
nothing of a harsh or injurious na cupful of milk, one half teaspoonful sprinkling with the sugar and adding
we will «end them, charte» prepaid
on receipt of prtc«, 7$c each.
ture. and can be u»ed on the tendercst cinnamon, onehalt cupful currants or the butter between the layers. Bske
A New rnrr If They
or mo»t Irritated surface, where you chopped raisins, two tableapoenfuls half an hour tn a moderate oven and
Films Becoming Cheaper.
Suit LI\LL Kip
wouldn't dare use most other skin butter. Mix as for biscuits. Roll out to serve in the same dish tn which they
Prices of motion-picture films are
Every druggist sells res
steadily falling. In March, 1912, the
Hvl Str«u«» a Co- San Franci«co^ Inol ointment (50c nnd fl), and reslnol one-fourth Inch thickness In a long were baked.
sheet, brush with butter and sprinkle
average export price, based upon rul
with fruit, sugar and cinnamon. Roll
Asparagus on Toast.
ing wholesale prices at the domestic
like a jelly roll. Cut off pieces three-
Tie a bunch of asparagus up with points of shipment, was a little less
fourths Inch In thickness. Rake tn soft string when you have cut away than ten cents per linear foot, and in
buttered tin In hot oven and about the woody ends, and cook about twen March, of the present year, a little
fifteen or eighteen minutes.
ty-five minutes in salted boiling wa more than three and one-half cents.
ter. Have ready some slices of crust The unexposed films dropped in ex
Poor Man's Stew.
less toast; dip each In the asparagus port price from 12 cents per foot in
Line bottom of baking dish with liquor. Butter well while hot and lay March. 1913. to three cents per foot
very thin sllqps of salt pork, then a upon heated dish. Drain the aspara in March of the current year, while
layer of sliced potatoes (thin layer), gus and arrange upon the toast. Pep tbe exposed films in tbe same period
s layer of split crackers. Put In an- per, salt and butter generously.
i other layer of potatoes, onions and
crackers. Cover with milk and bake
Chicken Livers With Bacon.
Mostly Unexposed Films Sold.
like escalloped potatoes. You proba
Clean the livers and cut each liver
Formerly most of the films were ex
bly will have to add more milk, as In six pieces. Wrap a thin slice of
pcsed before exportation; now about
crackers take up a lot
bacon around each piece and fasten four-fifths of the entire quantity ex
! with a small skewer. Put In a broiler, ported consists cf unexposed films
! place over a dripping pan and bake
available for camera use in foreign
Melt a dessertspoonful of butter In in a hot oven until the bacon is crisp, countries.
Of the months exporta
n cup of hot milk, add two cupfuls of turning once during the cooking.
tions of motion-picture films, 20,000,-
cold mashed potatoes and boat until
000 feet were unexposed and 3.000,000
light, then add one egg and two table-
feet exposed, thus reversing the pro
spoonfuls of grated cheese, with a
I have found, write« a contributor to portions which obtained in March of
pinch of salt and dash of pepper to Modern rrlscllla, that gasoline will last year, when unexposed films rep
season, and then boat again thor^ not make a circle on material If It is resented only 83,000 feet out of a to
oughly. Pour Into a baking dish and mixed with cornmeal. Rub the spot tal of 3,000,000 feet of all kinds of
bake a nice brown.
with the saturated coinmeal until the films exported.
spot disappears, then brush thor
Let R. S. S. Hustle Impurities Outward.
Impurities lodge so deeply In the tls«ues sential to well balanced health as tho nutrl-
Foreign Sales of Films.
tlist they cShnot In- rcn.lied t>y any erdl- tioua elements <>t th«- meats, groins, fata
Pars and cut raw potatoes Into
nsry method. Mercury and other dangerous nnd sugars of our daily food.
Our foreign sales of motion pictur..
For Stains on Mahogany.
Not only thia, but If from the presence slices one-quarter of an Inch thick; cut
mlnernl drugs may cnet-k a dlsoaae, but to
get right down Into wlure tho blood Is of some disturbing poison there Is a local these into narrow strips or straws and
Use oxalic acid and water, rubbing films are chiefly to England. That
vitiated r'-'iulrra H. R. H,, the greatest or general Interference of nutrition to
In with a clean cork until the stain country takes about nine-tenths of the
blood nwlfler known. Ita action la pro
The next largest cus
kindred troubles, R. R. R. oo directs the cloth and fry In deep hot fat until disappears.
Mahogany may be pol total exports.
In a very brief time R. R. R haa the local celts that this poison la rejected and crisp and well colored. Drain on pa ished with a flannel cloth dipped in tomers are Canada, Australia. Cuba.
reeonatruettvo proveaa so under control that
France, Japan. Argentine, Braxtl, Co
From the fact that R. S. R. Is purely per and sprinkle with salt Serve with eweet or cold drawn linseed oil.
remarkable changes arc observed.
eruptive jdaees hesl, mysterious pains an.l a botanical preparation, It la accepted by
lombia, Venexuela, China, Hongkong,
achee have dlsappesre.t, and from bead to the weakest stomach and has groat tonic chops.
and the Philippine Islands.
foot there la
conacloua aenaatlon of re Influence. Not one drop of drugs or min
For Your Chandeliers.
erals Is used In Its preparstlon. Ask for
To Freshen Black Kid Gloves.
Try cleaning chandeliers with vine other countries, however, motion pic
The rstraordlnary manner In which R R. S H R and Insist upon having It. And
R. driven Impurltlea out of the blood la due If you desire skillful advice upon any mat
Mix a teaspoonful of salad oil with gar and salt, rubbing vigorously. Wash tures are being made with cameras
to Ita catalytic force In tbe blood cella, ter concerning the blood and skin write to a few drops of black Ink. Apply with off this cleanser, for If left on the equipped with films manufactured In
contains one Ingredient, tbe arrive pnrpoee
t>n not allow some aealoua • feather and then dry tbe gloves In metal will tarnish.
Brighten with the United States, the world's largest
of which la to stimulate tho tlaeuee to the Atlanta, fit
healthy selection of Its own essential nutrl- clerk to larrup the atmosphere In eloquence ths sun
purveyor of that article of Increas
■tent and the medicine, elemcnta of thio
-••eUeaa blood purifier are Just as es Deware of all counterfeits.
I« no mora mcmmty
i I iko Smallpo a Army
«•pativa*« |1M «enu>««»<r«I'd
lb« ehrval mirm u U« m 4 eff|-
•acy. aad te«. « I
A m < Uy ph«.td VaeriaetMa.
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A»b y—if «ky«h leu. diut«i«t. Of »«ud f<M *'ll»v»
FwM»>«d typh i.ir* trlllftg ut lyyhold V•••io«,
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it* orma iammimv »rsartrv cal
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OPPORTUNITY IS HERE
It is for Poor Appetite.
Cold Matter of FacL
Customer—Are these five or six
wedding rings al! you have in stockT
Why, you've got a whole trayful of
Jeweler—Yes, sir. and it will take
that whole trayful of engagement ring»
to work off those five or six w edding
rings.—Santa Crux Surf.
Keep Kids Kleen
fhere’s Bounding, Pulsating Life in Every Drop of
and vigor can only be ex
perienced when the di
gestion is normal, the
liver active and the bow
els regula;. Any disturb
ance of these functions
suggests an immediate
Quick Action Getting
The Bfoad in Order
Reverence for old age is wasted on
Because of Terrible Back»
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E. Pinkham’» Vegeta
Philadelphia, Pa. —“I suffered from
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sides, and terrible
backache so that I
could hardly stand.
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Lydia E. Pinkham’s
pound.and now I can
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work, sleep good, eat
good, and don't have
a bit of-trouble. I
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F isher , 1642 Juniata Street, Philadel
Another Woman's Case.
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Danger Signals to Women
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In many cases they are svmfftoms of
some female derangement or an inflam
matory, ulcerative condition, which may
be overcome by taking Lydia E. Pink-
ham'sVegetable Compound. Thousand»
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tloa thl. pap-r.