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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 14, 1915)
I've brought yer ter We pa««. Lemme
GROW YOUR OWN VEGETABLES
bear the bruut o' It.**
Ah. the greatest good of all had not
To Get Them Fresh From the Garden
vanished, and that waa the love they
Pays for All th« Trouble Involved
bore one to the other, The sunshine RECIPES HAVING THE DISTING
—Locate Near Houee.
Every Precaution Should Be
came flooding back Into mother's
TION OF NOVELTY.
heart. She lifted her face, beautiful.
Taken to Check Disease.
Every farmer should have a vege
rosy, eternally young, Thia was the
table garden The idea of the garden
man for whom she had gladly risked
la not to save money though It will
want and poverty, tho displeasure of Omelet With Herring Is Excellent
do that but rathor to have the vege Stray Pig« Should Bs Looked Upon
ly iked Stuffed Egg«—Dish That
her own people, almost half a century
tables when you want them, anil to With Sueplclon— Carcasese of Dead
th« Children Will Be Sure to
ago. Now at last she could point him
have them fresh, liow much more
Animals Must Be Burned With
out to all her little world and say.
pleasant It la to go out Into the garden
"See. he gives me the red side of the
and get fresh vegetables than to bring
She lifted her eyes, two
them from the market where they have
SHIP Or DREAMS.
liecause hog cholera Is so readily
bright sapphires swimming with the now when fresh eggs aro becoming
lain for two days or a week There Is
er, pride and poverty makes uneasy diamond dew of unshod, happy tears less and less plentiful they assume a a spot on every farm that could bo re carried from one farm to another
every precaution should be taken
More than one faded, fragrant
"I'm a-thlukln', father," she twit value always given to the thing that Is
served for a garden large enough to against Its «pr ad when It appears tn a
He leaned back tn the old chair, tered, "that naow me an* yew bo scarce. Here are some ways of cook produce vegetables for home use
romance is revealed In the chap
community. In Germany and othur
croaking out a dismal echo to tho a-gwine so fur apart, we be aglttln' ing eggs tn very Interesting methods,
ters of this homely little story.
The garden should be loeated near countries whore animal diseases have
auctioneer's "Going, going, gone!" closer tergethor iu eperel than we've methods that emphasize that the egg the house
It It must be cut In tho been well held In chock, quarantine Is
Through It runs like a golden
while the flush deepened tn Angy's ever been afore."
Is an object to which consideration Is field it should not be near an alfalfa
thread, the tender devotion of the
strict for hog cholera and other pre
Abe bent down stiffly to brush her due.
cheek. Again she fastened her gate
field, for when the first crop of hay ventive measures are largely Used.
aged husband and wife.
upon the indomitable red rose which cheek with his rough beard, and then,
Omelet With Herring— Cut off head la cut the grasshoppers will mlgrnto
Those different stops should bo
hung a pendant earring on the right awkward, as when a boy of sixteen he and tall of a nice fat smoked herring. from tho alfalfa field Into the garden.
taken when hog cholera appears;
had first kissed her, shy. ashamed at
side ot Abraham's head.
Spilt in two through the back, remove The spot «elected should be rich, fer
Bick and ex ¡»used hogs must be kept
"Yew wouldn't 'a' had folks scornin' this approach to a return of the old- spinal bone and skin and finally cut tile and easy to work If Irrigation can
confined or isolated on the premises
time love making, he seated himself
Into small square pieces. Place on a Im practiced, the garden should bo laid
The Tea Table.
at the small, bare table.
'where they belong. Stray pigs should
Lisle with enough milk to cover After
Angeline'e slender, wiry form »nd yew?" she demanded. "An' anyhow."
| be looked upon with suspicion. When
This warped, hill and-dale table of
•mall, glossy gray head bent over the in a more gentle tone—the gently posi the dropleaves, which had been allowing it to stand for an hour re purpose
pigs are shipped Into a herd there
It Is not necessary that every kind
squat brown teapot as she shook out tive tone which she had acquired brought from the attic only today move from milk and drain pieces on a
thould be certainty that they coni«
Hoth. Heat one and a half teaspoon- pf Vegetable be grown, but most of
the last bit of leaf from the canister.
after resting there for ten years, had
rom uninfected premises and that
The canister was no longer hers, nei Abraham—"we hain t so bad off with served as their first dining-table when fills of butter In a frying pan. add fish the common ones should be planted they have not been exposed in ship-
ther the teapot, nor even the battered
the honeymoon was young.
Abe •nd fry for five mlnu es. tossing once A good Hat of vegetables that should uient In cars or public stockyards.
old pewter spoon with which she , —beholden ter nobody! It'» tew cents thoughtfully drummed his hand on the in a while. Crack eight fresh eggs be found on every farm Includes as
Carcasses of cholera hogs must be
tapped the bottom of the tin to dis
board, and as Angy brought the tea In a bowl, add two tablespoonfuls of paragus. lettuce, radishes, spinach, burned or burled without delay. Utter
lodge the last flicker of tea-leaf dust. Old Men's, an' them extry tew cents pot and sat down opposite him. he milk, half a teaxpoonful of salt, three onions, cabbage, beans, peas, corn and and manure must be disposed of in
Vegetables that are not
salt spoonfuls of pepper, anil sharply tomatoes.
The three had been sold at auction 'll pervlde for me Jest bev.tlful." Abra recalled:
a like way or thoroughly disinfected.
beat with a fork for two minutes Prop perishable are not so Important, but It All implements or wagons or carta used
that day in response to the auction ham stopped rocking to stare hard at
eer's inquiry, "What am I bid tor the
In handling sick or dead animals must
twinkle of amusement in his blue eyes. sass the day we set up housekeepin', two minutes and allow to stand for also.
dew yew remember. Angy?"
be disinfected. Fens and yards must
Nothing tn the familiar old kttchen
"An* I burned the apple sass," she half a minute. Fold up opposite sides
bo similarly treated whether serum
was hers, Angehne reflected, except "Jest bewtiful!" whereupon Abe, scent- supplemented, whereupon Abe chuck to meet In center, allow to rest for a DON'T
KEEP SCRUB POULTRY has been used or not.
Abraham her aged husband, who waa i ing self sacrifice on his wife's part, sat led. and Angy went ou with a thrill minute and serve hot.
Promiscuous traveling back and
taking his last gentle ride in the old i up straight and snapped. "Haow so. of genuine gladness over the fact that
Baked Stuffed Eggs.—Boll some eggs Poultry Breeder Keeps Pur« Bred forth from Infected premises should
rocking chair—the old armchair with baow so. mother?"
Stock Becauee of Add«d Enthusl-
"It'll buy a postage stamp, won't he remembered the details of that Then shell them and cut them cross
painted roses blooming as brilliantly
long-ago honeymoon ae well as she:
asm and Increased Profits.
across its back as they had bloomed
"Yew don't mind havin' uo butter to wise tn two. Remove the yolks and
when the chair was first purchased
cream them with a wooden spoon, and
night, dew yer. father?"
Thn successful poultry breeder,
forty years ago
Those roses bad I up ter auction In the cupboard an' a
He recalled how he had said to her to each yolk add a tablespoonful of whether ho breads for market or for
come to be a source of perpetual won
at that first simple home meal: "Yew fine breadcrumbs soaked in milk and fancy
der to the old wife, an ever present ex a-gwine ter the neighbors an’ a-beg- don't mind bein' poor with me. dew butter and pepper and »»It to taste
stock. A man who keeps pure-bred
gin’ fer writing paper—an' I'll jest set
yer. Angy?" Now, with a silent shake
fowls la proud of them. Ha takes de
Neither time nor stress could wilt daown an' write a line to Mias' Hal of hie head, he stared at her. wunder- and stuff the whiten Stand the halves
light In caring tor them and grows
them a single leaf. When Abe took sey. Her house hatn't a stun's throw ing how it would seem to eat at table In a buttered baking dish, the bottom
familiar with their needs, lie suc
the first mortgage on the house in from the Old Men's; an' I'll offer ter when her face no longer looked at of which Is thinly sprinkled with bread
ceeds so well because he has become
order to invest in an indefinitely locat come an' take keer o' them air young him across the board, to sleep at night crumbs. Over all sprinkle a little bit
a real poultry fancier to the extent
ed Mexican gold mine, the melodeon 'uns o' her'n fer my board an' keep when her faithful hand no longer lay of finely-minced pursley. Hake five
that he has conceived a liking for his
dropped one of Its keys, but the roses an’—ten cents a week. I was a-gwine within reach of his own. She lifted minutes.
stock beyond Its Intrinsic value as
nodded on with the same old sunny ter say a quarter, but I don't want ter her teacup, he lifted his, the two gaz
Stuffed With Ham—Boil half a dos- a maker of dollars for him. Ills en Pigs With Strong Constitutions Redet
Attacks of Cholera.
hope; when Abe had .to take the sec impose on nobody. Seeln* that they ing at each other over the brims, both en eggs hard. Remove the shells and
thusiasm leads him to give his fowls
ond mortgage and Tenafly Gold be hain't over well-ter-do. I would go fer half-distressed, half-comforted by the cut the eggs crosswise In two. Slice
After men and horses
came a forbidden topic of conversa nothin', but I got ter have somethin’ fact that love still remained their off a piece from each end to make
have been In Infected pen« or yards.
tion. the minute hand fell off the par ter keep up appearances on, so yew toastmaster after the passing of al! them stand firmly. Remove the yolks a result bls business grows tremen
their shoes and feet should be cleaned
lor clock, but the flowers on the back won't have no cal! ter feel ashamed the years. Of a sudden Angy ex and mix with them a little chopped dously. Ruch poultry breeders Induct
Into the mlnda of others some of their and even disinfected before going upon
of the old chair blossomed on none of me when I come a-vieltln* ter the claimed. "We fergot ter say grace." ham
Fill the whites with this mix own earnestness of purpose and create the highways or healthful premises.
hum.” Involuntarily, as she spoke,
the less serenely.
Shocked and contrite, they covered ture. heaping It up In cone shape. Put an interest tn poultry raising among Straying animals, like dogs and cats,
The soil grew more and mere bar
their eyes with their trembling old the stuffed halves on a fiat dish and them. This la one of the causes of the ought to be looked on as danger
ren as the years went by; but still the smoothed back the hair from her hands and murmured together: "Dear pour over them this dressing
Increased demand for pure bred poul source«. Ilogs should bo kept away
roses had kept fresh and young, so
Lord, we thank thee this day for our two egg yolks with half a teaspoonful try.
from streams that may run from Its-
why. argued Angy, should not she? If years she had kept a certain, not un daily bread."
of mustard, half a teaspoonful of salad
If you visit the owner of a flock of fected yards.
old age and the pinch of poverty had pleasing, girlish pride In ber personal
Angy opened her eyes to find the red oil added slowly. Thin as it Is neces mongrel fowls of many colors, shapes
These and other precautions that
failed to conquer their valiant spirit, appearance.
rosea cheerfully facing her from the sary with wine vinegar.
and sixes you will find a man who Is are suggested by the extreme viru
Abraham had risen with creaks of back of the rocking chair. ' A robin
why should she listen to the croak
For Children.— Beat the whites ot
lence of the cholera germ should bo
ing tale? If they bloomed on with the his rheumatic joints, and was no* had hopped upon the window sill just eggs stiff and cook In spoonfuls In not enthusiastic about the poultry
taken. They may seem rather far-
same crimson flaunt of color, though walking up and down the room, his outside the patched and rusty screen milk. Remove, and Into the milk stir business. It will serve as an Illustra
fetched ut time«, but they are none
the rockers beneath them had grown feet lifted slowly and painfully with and waa Joyfully caroling to her hl« the yolks, beaten slightly, and stir tion of the fact that the scrub fowl
tho less essential. Through wholly un
warped and the body of the chair every step, yet still hie blue eyes flash views of life. Through the window constantly to form a custard. Add a cannot arouse permanent and abiding
expected means the disease 1« trans
creaked and groaned every time one ing with the fire of Indignant proteaL vines tn which the bird waa almost Mt of salt and put the whites on the Interest.
mitted and makes its appearance In a
ventured to sit in it. why should ehe
"Me a-bunkin' comfortable In the meshed the sunlight sifted softly Into custard. This Is a very good dish for
community as something of a mystery.
not ignore the stiffness which the Old Men's, an' yew a takin’ keer o’ the stripped, bare and lonely room children, served with wafers.
If CARE FOR FARM EQUIPMENT The presence of cholera always moans
years seemed to bring to her Joints, them Halsey young 'uns fer ten cent« Angy felt strangely encouraged and sugar Is liked. It can be slightly sweet
that it has been carried there.
the complaints which her body threat a week! I wouldn't take keer o' 'em comforted. The roses became sym ened for dessert.
Wasteful Practice to Leave Imple
One general suggestion may be
ened every now and again to utter, fer ten cents a short breath. Thar be bolical to her of the "lilies of the field
Eggs With Pea Puree.—Drop eggs on
ment« In Field Without Protection
made: Good health and strong consti
and fare on herself, a hardy perennial young 'une an' young 'uns," he eluci which toil not, neither do they spin;" a buttered dish and put them In the
of Some Kind.
tutions help In fighting all animal dis
bravely facing life's winter-time?
dated, "but they be tartars! Yew'd the robin was one of the "two spar oven. When they are just set slide
eases, cholera as well as others.
Even this dreaded day had not tak be in yer grave afore the fust frost; rows sold for a farthing, and one of them onto a puree of peas, made by
You will not be likely to have a
en one fraction of a shade from the an' who's gwine ter bury yer—the them shall not fall to the ground with putting canned or fresh peas through balance on the right side of your farm
glory of the rosea, as Angeline could taown?" His tone became gentle and out your Father;” while the sunlight a vegetable presser and mixing them ledger If such a acene as this may be CULLING THE POULTRY FLOCK
■ee in the bud at one side of Abra broken: "No, no, Angy. Yew be a seemed to call out to the little old lightly with melted butter and heated found on your farm.
ham's head and the full-blown flower good gal. an' dew just as we calc'lated lady who hoped and believed and cream.
After a farmer has paid his good Many Farmers Are Keeping Hen» Long
below hie right ear; so why should on. Yew Jme the Old Ladles’; yew've loved much: "Fear ye not therefore.
Past Their Period of Usefulness—
Au Gratin.—Butter a flat earthen money for farm equipment it la waste
she droop because the sale of her got friends over thar, yew'll git erlong Ye are of more value than many ware dish and sprinkle It with bread ful to leave It out to take the weather
Give Plenty of Room.
household goods had been somewhat splendid. An' I’ll git erlong tew. Yer sparrows!"
crumbs, and on the crumbs break eg*».
When know”—throwing hie shoulders back,
(By J. G HALPIN.)
Over them sprinkle grated cheese, salt,
A groat deal Is being said about thn
the childless old couple, still sailing he assumed the light, bantering tone
pepper and bits of butter, with Just «
of keeping all of the stock
under the banner of a charity-forbid so familiar to his wife—"the poor
little cream Put In a hot oven until
that a farm can possibly hold. 1 think,
ding pride, became practically reduced house doors is always open. I'd Jest
the eggs are set
howover, that this advlco Is wronr
io their last copper, just as Abe's admire ter go thar. Thar's a rocking
When the last look of parting had
and that we should encourage our
Joints were "loosenin' up" after a five chair in every room, and they say the been given to the old kitchen and the
When Flatirons Stick.
farmers to cull more closely than
years’ siege of rheumatism, and de grub is A No. 1.” He winked at her, couple passed out of doors, hushed
An ironing day trouble is tho lr<u.
cided to sell all their worldly posses smiling his broadest smile in bls at and trembling, they presented an in that sticks. The ordinary flatiron It
On n larire proportion of our forma
sions, apart from their patched and tempt to deceive.
congruously brave, gala-day appear likely to become gummy, rough and
there are old hens that are long past
threadbare wardrobes and a few mea
Both wink and smile, however, were ance. Both were dressed In their best. perhaps dirty from the uncooked
ger keepsakes, they bad depended lost upon Angy, who was busy divid To be sure, Abraham's Sunday suit •tarch that sticks to It, or perhaps 11 wherever It was last used. The win their period of usefulness, many of
upon raising at least two hundred dol ing the apple sauce in such a way that had long eInce become hla only, every- may be soiled from grease or blacking ter months Is not a bud time to con these hens with long toe nails Show-
lars, one-half of which w as to secure I Abe would have the larger share with day suit as well, but he wore his Sab from the stove. Such an Iron may b« struct sheds and shelves for the equip Ing that they have not worked for
Abe a berth in the Old Men's home at out suspecting it, hoping the while bath-day hat, a beaver of ancient de cleaned by ctumpllng a piece of paper, ment There should be a place for months. There arc also many crow-
Indian Village, and the other half to that he would not notice the absence sign, with an air that cast its reflec dipping It in ashes or some scratchy everything on the farm and every beaded, thin breasted,
make Angeline comfortable for life, if of butter at this last home meal. She tion over all his apparel. Angeline cleanser, and rubbing the paper ovet thing should be kept In Its ¡dace when tutloned hens that will never be good
egg producers. Also, there are many
a little lonely, in the Old Ladies' home herself had never believed In butter had on a black silk gown as shiny as the Iron until all foreign substance Is not In use.
farms with little late-hatched chicks
in theli own native hamlet of Shore- ing bread when there was "sase” to the freshly polished stove she was removed. The iron may be washed In
that will not bo a paying Investment.
ville Both institution« had been gen eat with it; but Abe's extravagant leaving in her kitchen—a gown which hot, soapy water, wiped dry, warmed,
All of these culls should bn dl»t>osod
erously endowed by the same estate, tastes had always carried him to the testified from its voluminous hem to waxed and set away ready for use. If
of as quickly as possible and thn feed
and were separated by a distance of point of desiring both butter and the soft yellow net at the throat that the Iron becomes soiled In the process
given to the better Individuals. I ad
sauce as a relish to his loaf.
but five miles.
Angeline waa as neat a mender and of Ironing, it may be waxed and rubbed
mit that tho prlco of eggs will bo high,
“Naow, fur's I’m concerned," pur darner as could be found In Suffolk with either salt or the scratchjj
"Might as waal be five hunderd, with
but with our present feed prices one
my rheumatlz’ an' yer weak heart,” eued Abe, *‘I hain’t got nothin' agin county.
cleanser used above which has been
A fowl cannot be healthy and lousy cannot afford to feed tho hons that
Abraham had growled when Angy first the poorhouse fer neither man ner
A black silk bonnet snuggled close spread on a paper. In the absence of
show from their general make up that
proposed the plan as the only digni woman. I'd as lief let yew go than to her head, from under Its brim peep these, fine emery paper may be used. at the same time.
e e e
they nro likely to bo poor producers.
fied solution to their problem of living 'stfd o' me; fer I know very well that's ing a single pink rose. Every spring
Feed the horses regularly three
On many farms there are 200 chick
"But,” the little wife had rejoined, what yew're a-layin' out fer ter do. for ten years Angeline had renewed
times daily, but do not overfeed.
ens with only housing room for a hun
"it’ll be a mite o' comfort a-knowin’ a Yes, yes, mother, yew can't fool me. the youth of this rose by treating Its
Cut Into small pieces two pounds of
» • »
dred. If the flock Is reduced down to
body's so near, even ef yer can’t git But think what folks would say! petals with the tender red dye of a any of the cheaper cutB of beef. Add
There is no lino of work where tho hundred best ones, the result will
Think what they would say! They’d budding oak.
one small yellow turnip, one carrot,
thought pays better than in farming.
bo many more eggs In the winter and
Now, another solution must be found crow, 'Thar's Abe a-takln’ his comfort
(TO BE CONTINUED.)
one large onion and a half dozen good-
a much lower food bill.
to the problem; for the auction was in the Old men's hum, an' Angeline,
sized potatoes, a little salt and about
Eloys Will Be Boys.
Cleanliness and pure water are Im
over, and Inetead of two hundred dol she’s a-eatln' her heart out In the poor
Does the modern small boy really a quart of cold water. Tho onion portant itema In preventing sickness.
Keeps Hogs Well.
lars they had succeeded in raising but house!’ "
care whether candy le a trifle shop
Less grain, more pasture, leas con
one hundred dollars and two cents.
Angeline had. Indeed, determined to
worn or not? Will strawberry cream
Teach the colts to drive In an open finement and moro exercise in tho
"That air tew cents was fer the be the one to go to the poorhouse; but
soda gurgle less deliciously down bls bottom of the kettle and cover with bridle. They feel botter and look *25 pure air of tho alfalfa, clover or blue
Cour-slfter,” inwardly mougped
___ all her life long she bad cared, perhaps
gullet because It foams In a semi the vegetables, Pour the water over better to a buyer.
grass fields will tone up tho system
"an’ it's wuth double an' fribble, fer to a faulty degree, for "what folks
opaque glass? Can he resist the lure all and cover closely. When It Is
so that disease Is not readily contract
It’s been a good friend ter me fer nigh would say.” Above all, she cared now
of highly rouged candy, and will he boiling briskly set it back where it
Uniformity In the time of milking ed. Yet with tho best of caro and feed
on ter eight year.”
for what they had said and wbat they postpone gluing hla Jaws together will simmer for a couple of hours.
and order of milking will have the dlscaso In new forms will appear to
"Tew cents on the second hunderd,” still might
‘ ‘ say about her husband and
with a etlck of licorice while he con There should be no more than a best effect on the cows.
baffle us, and when It comes. It Is not
said Abe for the tenth time. "I've this final ending to his downhill road,
ducts an autopsy to detect the pres cupful of juice when it la ready to
safe to dally with It. especially If It
counted it over an' over. One hun She rested her two hande on the table
ence ot lampblack In it? If be has
Get ready for winter weather and do seems Infectious. Lotting sick hogs
derd dollars an’ tew pesky pennies. and looked bard at the apple sauce
attained ail this mastery over bls ele
not wait until it Is upon you beforo have tho run of tho herd la sure to
An' I never hear a man tell so many until it danced before her eyes, She
Bottled Mint Sauce.
mental nature, as tbe council of the
fixing up the poultry houses.
spread dlsenso, therefore it Is a safo
lies In my life ae that air auctioneer. could not think with any degree of
This hint is too late for present use,
Housewives’ league would have us be
rule to loan no time In removing tho
Yew'd ’a’ thought he was sellln’ out clearness. Vaguely she wondered if
lieve, he must have become a most but good to file and remember. Make
Regularity of milking Is of extreme first sick hog to some romote lot where
the empery o’ Rooshy. Hy-guy, It their supper would dance out of sight
Insufferable young prig. Alaa for the mint sauce In summer according to
Importance If the cow Is to be kept It cannot infect the herd as Its dls-
sounded splendid. Fust off I thought before they could sit down to eat It
days of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry your favorite recipe, when there's lots
up to the highest degree of efficiency. easo progresses.
he’d raise us more 'n we expected. So many of the good things of life
of fresh mint to be had, bottle and seal
• • •
An’ mebbe he would have tew. Angy,” had vanished ere she and Abe could
and you will have delicious mint sauce
One of tho first things to do In Im-
a bit ruefully, “ef yew ’d 'a* let me touch their lips to them. Then she
Average Consumption of Water.
all winter without the trouble of mak
proving your farm, If you have not
advertise a little sooner.
I don’t felt his shaking hand upon her shoul
Home of the things that cause the'
While the average amount of water ing IL
already done so, Is to put a allo on failure of potato hills are poor soil,’
s'pose bait Shorevllle knows yit that der and heard him mutter with husky used dally In the cities of the United
we was gwfne ter have a auction Bale.” tenderness:
Improper preparation, poor seed. Ir
Stites varies from 50 to W50 gallons
To Make Chlmneye Shine.
• • •
He watched the color rising In her
regular planting, poor cultivation,
"My dear, this Is the fust chance per capita, there la an almost uni
After washing lamp chimneys, polish
cheeks with a curious mixture of pride since we've been married that I’ve had form consumption of a little more than
No matter how auro you are that bugs, diseases and poor weather.
them with dry salt. Thia gives the
tn her pride and regret at its conse to take the wust of it. Don't say a half a gallon by each person for drink
glass a brilliant shlno and prevent« it there are no lice on the premises keep Many of these conditions are con-1
quences. "It's no use s talkin', motb- word agin It naow, mother, don’t yer. ing purpose.».
on using preventives, üb the enemy trollnble; all of them may bo influ
tray be biding.
enced by proper methods of culture.
NEW WAYS WITH EGGS
PREVENT HOG CHOLERA
IOUI5E TOR55LUND“’ %
STORY OF SARAH," "THF