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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 18, 1914)
In thè filili an Andas there Is n Ink»
ROAST PORK WITH STUFFING
10.000 tagt ili-ep up in th» niountalns,
whlch la preveiiti’d only by a granito
Too Substantial a Dish for Hot
wall a few feet Iblck froui devaatatlng
•f All bind« wanlBki
Write fur o«r
Weather, But There Still la Time
tho valli-y below. In Order to avert
thè diana' *r englncers nre dralnlng ths TTHER DISHES WITH HEALTH
to Enjoy IL
TIME IS REQUIRED.
wuter by a tunnel and export to aup
l’earson-Page Co. HJSL»??
FUL FRUIT AS INGREDIENT.
ply elcctrlcal current and light to all
Before tho weather gets too hot we
Ihn vallny cltlea through the water
may Ilk» to have one more good roast
power whlch will be developed.
of fresh pork
A fresh shoulder or Plot 150 by 100 Feet Will Produce
Makes Bast Kind of Sauce for All frs>ah barn will stuff to best ad van-
Enough Fruit and Vegetables for
There are now more than kt.Ot;
ACTUAL* OFFICE • PRACTICE
tag» Helect on« not too large. make
mitoa uscii by tarmerà In the United
Family of 81 k —Run ths Rowe
lleugh t. B<>kl and ear han awl engine«, boiler«»
Light, Refreshing Dssasrt “
given every pupil who takes oui
States and the number Is Increasing
» large Incision Just below the
We milla etr
Semi f. • N <»*h I let an*l Pr < r.
North and South.
It J B*. MARYIN i O . a |»< Hi. I* «tlarel Ot. at a tremendona rate. These machine»
Course. In thin
way *' they
knuckle between the skin and the
Limon to Cure Cold.
in ail branches or office work!
are not all used for pleasure, but for
moat for tho purpose of Introducing
economy of time and the waving of
The old fashioned lemon pie Is ope tho stuffing, which must later be se-
hornea In the dally work on the farm.
There is an Important econculcal to their duties when they enter the
of the prim« favorites
An oft* r.
aide to tbis question of a garden business world.
Why not give your »on or daughter
Ilot water beating of houses bus proved recipe cud la for ona-half pound Then with a sharp-pointed knife score Beef, for Instance,. In Its various forma
thia confidence? Write for free cata
been making enormous strides In of sugar, a pound of butter, six eggs, the leg all over and In the following
is notoriously expensive, especially log today. A position guaranteed.
Hwltzerlund In th» Inst 15 years. the Juice of two lemons with their manner'
With the I ♦'ft û*£d bold
Apartment houses often have separate grated rind, a nutmeg and half a glass the pork firmly and wtth the knife where it la eaten twice or three times
a day, whereas beans, peas, spinach, BEUTEL BUSINESS COLLEGE
heating appliances on every floor. The of brandy
score the akin across In parallel lines
old tile stoves are being driven out
etc., when served with meat would
Cream the butter and sugar, beat In a quarter of an Inch apart. Roast for
make up half the amount eaten, thus
In rural schools In Mlasourt girls the yolks, the lemon, the spice and
reducing the cash coat ot the whole.
DAISY FLY KILLER
are organized Into pick and abovel brandy, then add the whites Bake In hours, according to size, and when And the impression that a vegetable
clubs under the direction of the na a light piecrust with open top. Pow done dish up with brown gravy and
garden requires much time and care
tional congress of mothers, to aid In de red sugar and lemon Juice should b
»end to the table with apple sauce.
for our Proponitwm.
Everyth ng for the <>rcl»>rd. Farm. (»ardea
the good ronda movement.
The stuffing for the pork may be Is such an erroneous one! Two or
spread on the top of each pie.
f'hop a dozen »age
There are a great many varieties of thus prepared
YAIIHA MB OiHii'A IM1 «CiUlY CQ
All Danish paiaenger steamers and
loaves and six large onions at.d boll garden 150 by 100 feet, which is cap
■•MTN YAH MA, WASH.
ferryboats on the route between lemon pie. with cocoanut and mer
able of producing fruit and vegetables 1
YAKIMA CAGMN it ike BIST GLAKAJCTEE
Sweden and Germany will probably ingue mixtures An English tart calls these In water for three or four mln- enough for a family of six, provided •
soon be equipped with the wir-leas for a cup of sugar, two lemons (the utes and put on a sieve to drain:
telephone Telephone stations will ba Juice and some of the per) grated I. a then put in a stewpan with pepper the rows are three feet apart so that i
a horse may be used.
erected on the coast.
teaapc.-.;>ful of cornstarch smoothly and salt and a little butter and let
More Willing Than Able.
In laying out Buch a garden the
blended lit water, a dozen raisins oar It simmer for twenty tnlnutes. when
A brand of an egg means very lit
Following an entertainment a few
It Is ready to place In the leg ot pork. rows should be run north and south,
tie and Is quite uaelres. A full grown
While this onion stuffing Is possibly for planted thus vegetables receive evenings since two young men met oa
well trained egg will generally speak these Ingredients well together and
bake between two crusts In »mail pies more favored than a dressing In the greatest amount of sun. The first
"Did Miss L’mson tak« part?" asked
A h-mon sauce which is very fine for
one. with evident interest.
rice, bread or boiled puddings, espe
Ths Nsw Way.
"Yea, indeed,'' the other replied.
A TRLATMENT THAT Mt AIS
•'Can she sing?"
clally for the old-fashioned cottage pud ly removed and thus give room for a currant and twelve gooseberry bushes
"Bo warned In time,
ITCHING, BURNING SKINS ding. Is made from a cup of sugar,
"Well.” the other answered, "aha
know that girl »mokes, drinks and
but ’he does.”—Youngstow«
gamble« at bridge T”
Don't stand that Itching »kin humor bait a cup of butter, an egg. the Juice ioned bread stuffing.
A loin of pork may be stuffed with feet apart, with two canes at each
"1 know, I am going to marry her one day longer. Go to the noarest of a lemon and half the grated peel. »
to reform her.”—Ixiulsvllta Courier- druggist and get a Jar ot realnol oint teaspoonful of grated nutmeg and the same preparation by making an place.
The third row- will be for
Wonder If they will dock the police
ment (50c) and a cake of realnol soap three tableapoonfula of bulling water Incision In the upper part of the loin strawberries and will bold 150 plants patrol for the day it was idle and no
and after the stuffing Is put in sew grown in hills set one foot apart, no
Cream the butter and sugar beat In
calls came in.
Gay Old Dog.
runners being allowed to grow. The
re»lnol soup and hot waler, dry and the egg, very well whipped, then the ing up as you would the leg.
Higgins -Twlggltis Is always bruit apply a little realnol ointment.
next thirteen rows will be three feet
ging about his den at home
It’s almost too good to be true. The lemon and nutmeg; beat well for ten
apart and may be planted to the fol
Wiggins--And yst ho got mad 'hen torturing Itching and burning atop In minutes, then add by degrees the boll HAVE REGULAR MENDING DAY
lowing vegetables In the order given:
I spoke of It as a kenn* I
N*-w York atuntly, you no longer have to dig and Ing water. Put In the Inner pan of a
scratch, sleep becomes possible, and double boiler, with boiling water In By Employment of System, Drudgery Asparagus plants, 50 one-year seed
lings, set three feet apart in the row;
Boon the ugly, tor the outer pan. and stir well until the
of Necessary Repairing May Large
Blaming the Women.
partnlps, 51 feet; then a hundred feet
meriting eruptions disappear complete sauce becomes very hot.
to the great health prob
ly Be Done Away With.
"What's the matter with McGrouch? ly and for good.
of onions, of which 25 feet may be
lem—you must keep the
Hu la more bitter against women thmi
"There Is nothing In the world like young sets for early summer; beets
dessert Put In a bowl four yolka of
Ths Modern Machiavelli.
digestive system strong
’ He had four queens beaten last
"What mudo you ao popular with eggs and four ounces of powdered system, and nowhere does one realize hundred feet; late cabbage, a hundred
night."—Kansas City Journal.
sugar, add the grated rind of two lorn
there, soon disturbs the
"I sent her 18 rosee on her 32d birth ona and stir well for 20 minutes until Thus writes one woman, who thinks feet; cauliflower. 50 feet; peas, three
full rows, corn, four full rows; toma
day."—Philadelphia Public Ledger.
Then add by degrees i* that the woman who puts off mending
entire system. A daily
toes. a hundred feet; beans, 50 feet:
tablespoonful of lemon Juice and fin the tiny hole she might have attended
use of the famous.
ally beat In lightly and quickly, the to In ten minutes is laying up much
"Did the doctor pronounce you
trouble for herself when the little hole string beans and 150 feet of dwarf
sound as a dollar?"
becomes undarnable. The rip under lima beans. The remaining four rows
"Yes. and sent me a bill tor five." froth Pour Into a pie dish and bake
arm in the blouse that hardly should be eight feet apart to allow the
In a moderate oven for about 25 mln
vines to spread.
In the first row
•*! Indited n poem to her that >al<l
utes to a golden brown. Serve on a shows when it Is put on extends
■he looked like an antfcl.*’
alarmingly, and there Is usually a day plant 25 muskmelons six feet apart
lace paper dolly within a »liver dish.
“Matte a big hit. I auppoaa.**
then a row of cucumbers set six feel
"Do you like my complexion?" she
A lemon Ice, strongly flavored with of reckoning for all put-off things of
“No. The fellow who printed It
apart, five eggplants and ten earlj
the same kind.
printed It ‘angle.* “
•'No," bo replied absently, "rub It composed of the Juice of six lemon’
The remedy for this Is a regular squash, all six feet apart. The next
row may be planted to eight Hubbard
out and do It over."
with the grated peel of three. one mending day or a mending evening, if
Frw* in Our llradrrt
will overcome any weak
large sweet orange (the Juice and the a voman Is engaged in business. Se aqua°h «nd twelve rhubarb plants, set
Writ« Murine F>r U»nie«tjr (*•» . Chicar». for
Will Be Collected.
lect the best day for this purpose and six feet apart, and the last two rows
• I'dk'r lilustralr I Ey« II.. .. I * r UriL aH
ness in the Stomach,
about Your Kya Tr«» ibi» ah*t they «IU «4» imi
large cup ot sugar The acidity of the stick to It; yon will be surprised to may very properly be given over to I
a. U» th« i’r»»|»rr ApplU atlou of Hit» Mtiriu« poems will I m collected nfter my death.
Liver and Bowels and
Ky*» Kem«4ira In Vuur Mpeeial C am *. Your
Shari* Sur*-' The rubbish « art will ice can be regulated bv the amount
It Is frequently forgotten that a j
help you maintain health.
Druggist «Hl tell ,<HI that Murine Krllrre« ■till make its round» -Boston Trans of sugnr used
A large cup Is th« look better but also last longer As
Hure ► ) ra. Htreuftheu« Wmk Kyra. Ikx-nti'l
»oon as a garment needs mending put great many people abroad, notably the '
Start at once.
Kmart. Kn-ihr» >>• l’alu. «i>4 arila for !***.
Try II In Your F'ra and In !i«by*« Eyrt (
Squeeze all the juice and place In It It aside for the mending day that is drawers of water and hewers of wood,
•raly Kyellda and Granulation.
live almost entirely oq vegetables, con
You Car Get Allen*»
tho grated rind of tho fnil’a leavlnv coming.
Write Allen« Olai-.l |.r i <»y. X V .fnra
sidering meat a luxury only to be in
them an hour standing. Then strain
dulged In once a week, while we in
««eating, hat »wollen. a< hmg f< rt. It inakni well and mix In the sugar and the «■«
The Diplomatic Alphabet.
<»r t'ght ahne« <•«>>. A c«>ria.n cura lor
Pat—Yle. aorr. wur rk la scarce, but haw
One and one-half cupfuls granulated America, having the most delicious
'»ma. Invtowhig nail« and binious. All drug- ter. stirring until dissolved. Then turn
Next time we may go on down th«
()l got a J<ib last Sunday that brought jUl.iMi'llL J5c. l*uuT art rpt any Bubalilui« Into the freezer and stir several times sugar and one cupful lard, creamed to and greatest variety of vegetables
diplomatic alphabet and take in almost
me fulve dollars.
while It hardens to keep It entirely gether. two eggs, one cupful sweet grown anywhere, discard them for the entire family of nations—Argen
Mr Goodman -Wbal!
They will check babies at the Nat smooth
milk, four tcaspoonfuls of baking pow meat
tina, Brazil. Chile. Denmark. England.
this year. It might be a good plan
A modification of the lemon cure der. sifted wtth two quarts of flour,
France, Germany. Holland, Italy,
Pat (apologetically) — Well, sorr, to check the mothers so that the
Korea (by Japan’s permission),
'twaa » *t av ua bad t' be broke
babes would know where to find them. which of course la not permitted In
Montenegro, Norway, Oman.
the lemon club la the conaumptlon
Portugal, Russia. Spain, Turkey, Uni
In Ilin »ear 1913 Austria produced
And the sound of the picnicker Is In during tho day of one or two lemons nuts (chopped), one pound of raisins
! the land and the late trains from the In this way: Cut off the top and make (cooked and thickened as for pies). No More Profitable Line cf Stock ted States. Venezuela, Wallachia and
tlb.988.Cl b dions of beer.
Zanzibar. The only missing links are
Growing Than Raising Gocd Cows
I lake resorts are filled with him and an Incision downward In the core Mix together.
"Q'' and "X,” but our Chinese friend»
for the Dairymen.
1 lhere are no atrapa!
Roll cookies very thin, place In pan.
without losing any of the Juice Edge
might furnish the queue in a pinch.—
In by degrees a lump of white rugar,
Putnam Fadeless Dyes will last through which the Juice can be taken spoonful of fllilng. Cover with another raising for sale large milking or but
The heat of
until the Roods wear out.
School children have a way i of Im thin cooky and bake.
ter-producing cows. As an industry
bedding an old fashioned lemon candy the oven will seal them together.
there is no more profitable line of
»tick In the fruit nnd sucking the Juice
stock growing than raising good cows
I«ord Howrlong—I notice that In till* Both of these processes are good for
Fricassee of Lamb With Gravy.
Pr w«ant..- a bEEI.EY HFF.HMATIC
country you run for congress, white
KHII I I» TKI MH.
Mo worrying « dan-
Get lamb from the forequarter, cut and selling them to the dairymen who
colds, although the sugar retards flesh
at home you stand for parliament.
net of an operaHva. Rupture h not a tear
pieces for serving. Wipe meat, put are making a specialty of producing
or l»rrarh. an comnK'ily auptHi»««l. but la
(ongreMsiniin Buz wire— Sure thing! reduction.
kettle, cover with boiling water and market milk or selling their milk to
the atrrtrhlnr. or dilation, of a natural
Standing won't get you anything in th)
slowly until meat is tender. Re
1 -• HKF.I.KÏ SPERMATIC
U. S. A. It take* speed to cop oif a
To Prevent Irons Rusting.
KIHEI.i> appliance rlna«a thia opening in
sent in congrebH.
move from water, cool, sprinkle with
10 day a in moat
If you can't com<
salt and pepper, dredge with flour and
write for meaauruig blank and literature.
At last somehting has a name that ner can be kept In excellent condition: saute In butter (here you need to use
Hold only by
fits It. These rainbow stocking« the Tie a lump of beeswax In a thin white butter). Arrange oh platter and pour
By Taking Lydia E. Pink
women wear are always seen after a rag. When the Irons are hot. rub
LAUE-DAVIS DRUG CO.
them with the rag and then scour around one and one-half cupfuls brown
Third and Yamhill. Portland. Or.
with a cloth sprinkled with salt After sauce made from liquor In which meat
Who are Trun» Expert» and Exclusiva
Many a man Is a picture of health the Ironing Is finished and the irons
State Agent» for thia appliance.
until he becomes the victim of a doc are still warm, rub the wax over them, is better to cook meat day before serv
Cleveland, Ohio — “My left side
tor's frame up.
pained me so for several years that I
and It will keep them smooth and free ing. as then fat may be more easlly
expected to have t«
from rust. If a brick which has been
undergo on opera
heated In the oven Is used for an
tion, but the fink
Ironing stand, the Irons will be found
A Good Milk Producer.
bottle I took o f
Sift two even cupfuls of sifted flour
to keep hot much longer than If an or
Lydia E. Pinkham's
with two even teaspoonfuls of cream
dlnary Iron stand Is used.
tartar and one of soda Into mixing condensing plants where they do not
pound relieved meof
dish. Flace the white of one egg In have the by product returned to their
Frogs* Legs, Brown Fricassee.
farms to feed out to the calves that
the pains in my side
Remove the skin from the frogs' a large bowl, beat to a stiff froth, add
are being raised to replace the cows
and 1 continued its
legs and scald them with hot water, one-half cupful melted (not hot) but
use until I became
that are annually discarded from
acidulated with a little vinegar Dry, ter, oue cupful of milk. Beat smooth,
regular and freo
roll In flour and saute a light brown then flavor with your favorite extract,
from pains. I had
The keeping of more cows for
Make a thin, brown sauce, add a slice add contents of bowl to those In dish
asked several doc
hot oven _ Is creameries and cheese factories is
of lemon, a shallot, a small bay leaf, and bent vigorously _
also encouraging and many men are ton if there was anything I could
a sprig of parsley, and a few mush needed (350 degrees if you have an
willing to pay a good price for well- take to help me and they said there
rooms. Simmer about fifteen minutes,
was nothing that they knew of. I am
bred dairy cows.
add a tablespoonful of sweet butter or
thankful for such a good medicine and
a little cream nnd serve.
will always give it the highest praise.’’
One cupful whipped cream, one half
— Mrs. C. H. G riffith , 7305 Madison
cupful pulverized sugar, one table
Ave., Cleveland, Ohio.
Some Useful Hints.
Too many propio «r* ratal by th* uhoMrat rrrhftpa he thinks h« ts frlHng the truth
spoonful gelatin, one cupful chopped
Perfumed olive oil sprinkled on li candled cherries, pineapple, and Eng Most Disease Germs Are Killed by Di
route to the bargain «ntl of * - » dollar.
For hut he Ima one eye on tho i - um I i rogister nr^
Hanover, Pa.—“I suffered from fe
that reantvu they tempt a clerk io slip them t'other on the citri profit.
brary shelves will prevent mold on
rect Light, as Repeated Tests
male trouble and the pains were so had
s* H. S.
It I h your only wafeguard agnu...|
lish walnuts. Dissolve the gelatin In
at times that I could not sit down. Th«
lhr cheap inincral stuff that cau be pul ug books; mud stains can be removed
one-third cupful hot water and mix
In any cellar by the apprentice.
from black cloth by rubbing with a all lightly together. Flavor with va
doctor advised a severe operation but
There la not a inrdh ine for nny purpnas
(By If. PRESTON HOSKINS )
my husband got me Lydia EL Pinkham's
more carefully made than H. H. s.
it rep raw potato; the Juice of a raw onion
nilla and pour Into mold and stand
reMenta the highest type i f inetllelnr.
Sunlight Is one of the best and Vegetable Compound and I experienced
medlcnl properties are lust as rsNentla! to applied to the sting of an Insect will cn Ice for several hours. Serve with
cheapest disinfectants at our disposal, great relief in A short time. Now 1 feel
well tmlanced health. If the blood be sick, remove the poison.
as are the nourishing elements of meat a,
and we should take advantage of this like a new person and can do a hard
grains, fats and sugars of our daily footl.
H. H. S. Is prepared direct from native
fact at every opportunity. In the con day’s work and not mind it What joy
Stet a drop of drugs
and happiness it is to be well once more.
A saltspoonful of baking powder put
Not a drop of minerals is used.
One pound of sugar, meats from on» struction of barns or shelters of any
I am always ready and willing to speak
Ihis Is one of the most hnportsnt things in the meringue for pioa. Just before
pound nuts, chopped fine, three tabla- kind for animals, ample provision
to know and to iviuruiUer when your blood
the meringue is placed on the pie will spoonfuls flour, whites of six eggs, should be made for the admission of a good word for the Compound ’ “ ’-Mrs.
A da Wn-T, 196 Stock St, Hanover, Pa.
It Is the most rfferttvr, the purest, ths keep It from falling as soon as the pie
Beat whltea, add sugar, and beat the maximum amount of sunlight.
Quickest and most reliable medicine known
If there are anv complications job
for poisoned blood, rheumatism, catarrhal Is removed from the hot ovon, as so again; add flour, and then the nuts. Southern exposure Is desirable, that is,
Infection, malaria, skin disease, oh! sores often happena.
Drop In small drops on buttered tin having the majority of the windows do not understand write to Lydia K.
nnd all afflictions that show in the blood,
Medicine Co. (confidential)
facing the south.
The warmth thus
skin. Joints and muscles.
and bake In quick oven
Lynn,Mass. Your letter will be opened,
An interesting book on the blood la
mailed to those who
read and answered
a woman and
Whan You Aik for S. B. B. Do So of
and much of the excessive heat in held in strict conlld je.
It I n I ho world’* greatest
H. R. R. today.
To Improve th« top cruet of pie t
To Clean White Paints,
With Lmphnala. Tiny Will
upon the dealer handing
A good way to clean white paints
S. H. nnd don
don ’t let him orate about have
aomethlng that hr can’t advertise na free Brush It over with water and then
without Injuring them Is to rub them suitable curtains or screens. Most dis
». N. V.
Na 25, '14.
from Iodide or potash and other destructive
sprinkle with granulated sugar. This over with a clean cloth that has been ease germs are easily killed by direct
a tingle tannage for a ham order.
flero Io mineral drugs.
If you have trouble getting S. S. R. writs Improves the appearance and make« ll dipped Into hot water and then Into * lunllght, as has been repeatedly shown
whore aubstltutloti get a a good atari. When
WHEN writing to
a clerk attempts to hand you a aubttltutt tn Hie *« Ift Rnerlflc Co. WO Hwlft Bldgw
saucer of bran.
faff Is B. A, be will lull you a pretty alury. ▲llanta, Ga„ fur Uat vK square deal st urea brown and crisp
and Dairy Produce
GOOD OLD LEMON PIE
LAYING OUT A GARDEN
BUT ÍNE ANSWER
Make Demand Forcible
Don’t Be Trifled With
Ask for S. S. S. and Don’t Stand for the
* Just as Good” Talk.
tioa thin paper.