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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 7, 1922)
Did You Ever Seo
A sword fish or a stone fence?
A hoiac fiddle or a pig iron?
A bottle fly or a bed spring?
| A tomato row or pot roast?
A star fish or a rat-tail file?
A clock spring or a cow slip?
A band box or a cat nip?
A barn dance or a chimney sweep?
And did you ever hear—
The shoe blow its horn?
A harebell ring or
A cough drop
A piUow tick, or a
Tree top hum?
And did J’ou ever see—
A board walk or a mill race?
Rutterfly and the dish mop?
t A hill farm and a hill mop iU
A tree spin its top or a bee chew its
Cons pock up its ears or a potato
wipe its eyas ?
A clock wring its hands or s table
cross its legs?
A man pull uf the lake or a cat
taka up a tree?
A girl drop her eyes, or the night
An apple turn over or a clock wash
Did you ever eat any door jam when
the door was a jar?
Or see a peanut stand or a stone
Herald Home Comer
Housewives may mail requests
for recipes or ask any questions
concerning recipes published. A «
Herald subscriber, a woman
versed in cookery, who desires to
remain anonymous, will be de*
lighted to publish requested rec
ipes or answer questions.
An unusual way of serving potatoes
provided by the following reelpe:
Grate one square of unsweetened
chocolate; put in double boiler, with
boll potatoes with
2 cup* of milk and let it come to a
their jackets on
boiling point. Mix well together V»
la bolllug »star
<-up of sugar and 3 level tablespoons
. oinatarch; add one egg, well beaten.
»Ah 2 tablespoon* of cold Bulk. When .
well blended pour into th» the milk i
and chocolate mixture: return to boiler
bale molds gaooreualy with batter and
and cook until thick, stirring con
sprinkle with soft broadcrambn using
Cool and flavor with none of th« crusts. Pack Into tb« m«ld
vanilla. Serve in a baked pie shell. tb« potato mixture, pise« in a dish end
Beat the wiute* of 2 eggs with a put into a but ovaa until th« crambe
tittle sugar and vaaiUa and pile on are well browned. Reau».« to a serv
ing dlah and garnish with sprigs et
top, serve cold.
Chocolate Rwe Pudding
I Imperial Salad.—Waah ecrape end
Two cups water. 2 cups milk, 4
<» 'n**«urs oowb.lt of a
cup nee. two
teblespoon. coeow -e i cupful. Add an equal 'measure of
tea^xwn salt, took for two hours f(>urth ublMpoonfu!,
Add ft cup sugar, piece of butter* g
Cook 4 hour longer. S rre «'.:n Bv< m|nuteo and dissolve tn one-fourth
of a cupful of boiling water. Strain
and add te the flrat mixture, then add SHOWS VALU« OF EDUCATION
Chocolate Pnddteg or Pte Filling
oowfourtb cupful each of vinegar and
Scald one quart milk, add one cup sugar, two-thirds of a cupful of canned
The Wisconsin Educational News
•rugar and four heaping tablespoons pineapple sirup and one tableapoooful Bulletin gives the following advan
flour. 2 tablespwns cocoa, a pinch of of lemon Joies with a few graine of tages of education:
salt Turn Into Individual molds
salt and one teaspoon vanilla. Cook
It is a financial investment that
dipped la cold water and chill thor
the highest dividends.
oughly Remove from the molds to
It results in safe and sane citizen-1
nests of crisp lettuce and accompany
Chocolate Cress« Candy
with mayonnaise dressing.
It increases the ability and desire
Two cups cugar. 4 cup boiling
Fruit Salad Dreaalng.—Reat two
«rater; boil ten minutes. Stir, in a eggs until very light, add gradually to serve others.
It adds to the appreciation and hap- |
pan of cold water, till cream will three tablespoonfuls of melted butter,
make into little balls, then melt % beating well, three tablespoonfuls of pinevs of life.
It multiplies the chances of success ,
cake chocolate in bowl, dip cream lemon jurce and .<oehalf reaiqx'onful
of salt. Cook over hot water, stirring
balls into this and dry on oiled paper. constantly until it thickens. Add one in life.
With no schooling the child has (
cupful of heavy cream beaten stiff,
one-fourth of a cupful of powdered only one chance in 150.000 of render-1
Grate unsweetened chocolate mixed sugar, one-half tea spoonful each of ing distinguished service.
With elementary schooling the child 1
with a little sweet cream so it will celery salt vanilla and a few dashes
rpread easily. Vse white bread and of cayenne, three drops of onion juice has four times the chance of the one :
before putting on the upper slice and one-fourth of a teaspoonful of without it.
With a high-school education, he
sprinkle with powdered sugar. Cut paprika. Chill thoroughly.
Somerset Sandwiches—Mix one-half has 87 times the chance.
in fancy shapes, round, diamond,
cupful of canned shrimps, one-half
With a college education he has 700 ;
cupful of cold cooked chicken ll-era.
times the chance.
one half red pepper and one-half of a
Old Style Electa»« Cake
Fewer than 1 per cent of Ameri-;
Bermuda onion, both chopped. Force
Older people who were born in the through a meat chopper. Season with cans are college graduates, yet this
country will no doubt recollect the anil and pepper, moisten with mayon 1 per cent has furnished:
Fifty-five per cent of our presi-:
election cake which was prepared for naise sod spread on thin sllcea of but
the lunch when the men went to elec tered breed. Cut In fancy shapes.
tion in the spring. It was designed "HtXLx-f. ")VLd^ vrti£.
Fifty-four per cent of our vice-1
for nourishment and economy, as well
as a delicacy. The following recipe 'opyrt<hk.
Forty-seven per cent of our speak
Wwltn N«v«p%p«r l-a!«n
ers of the house.
appeared in the Circle magazine a
long time ago and gives good sugges Company Declares Second Dividend
Thirty-six per cent of our members
Checks aggregating many thou-, of congress.
tions for present adaption:
To make the old-fashioned election sands of dollars were sent out on j Sixty-one per cent of our secre- .
cake, rub 24 pounds of well-sifted July 1 by the Portland Railway, Light Varies of state.
flour with one pound of butter until A- Power company in payment of the
Sixty-seven per cent of our at
the blend is perfect
Add half a second regular quarterly dividend on torney-generals.
Found of sugar, 3 gills of home-made its present issue of 7 per cent prior
Sixty-nine per cent of our justices.
yeast, 4 pint of warm milk, 2 well- preference stock which it has been of the supreme court.
beaten eggs. M.x thoroughly and, offering to its employes, custom rs
while beating add gradually another and patron- under the "customer
pint of milk. When through beating ownership" plan since the first of the
set the mixture aside for about 12 year. Virtually all of this money ia
bours. At the expiration of that time being paid out to persons who have
■ or in the morning, if the cake was purchased these shares here in Port
s t at night, beat the dough and add land and the other 40 communities in
mother 4 pound of sugar and nut the territory in which the company
meg enough to flavor distinctly— operates.
The local traction company has
about a quarter of an ounce should be
t jfficient. Let the cake rise for three been making one of the finest records
3715 Sixty-Uurd St
hours longer, or even four hours if in the country in the disposition of
it is not very light; then add a pound its securities since the campaign was
ef assorted fruits—currents, raisins, started last January. A total of 2746
citron, etc., all well floured. Put the new shareholders have been added
for all occasions
dough into thoroughly greased pan*, since then, their aggregate purchase.«
jmi bake in a slow oven.
As will be seen the above was a
Nearly fifty thousand million dol
generous batch. We can Use "the
Phone Auto 636-71
home-made yeast in some homes re lars is invested in insurance on
mote from stores, but when preferred’ lives of Americans.
cne compressed yeast cake, or more |
A Mother’s View
• t more rapid rising is desired, may |
A lady received a reply from a
be used in place of the home-made
mother, whom she had asked why
permitted the children to litter
Floral Designs a Specialty
Boil four cupfuls water and two
cupfulls sugar together 15 minutes.
Cool, add the juice of six oranges
and two lemons, a little pineapple cut
up in it, serve with cracked ice.
Pare and cut five oranges into
i mall pieces removing the seeds. Let
cne pint of milk come to a boil. Add
the yolks of three eggs, one table
spoon of cornstarch. Stir till thick
ened and then pour over the fruit
• Cream Date* for Dessert
, Clean, drain and dry one cupful
of dates, stone them and cut in small
pieces. Spread on a platter and
sprinkle with lemon juice. Whip one
pint of cream and fold in stiffly
whipped whites of two eggs and the
pieces of dates. Pile lightly in a
glass dish and keep very cold until
time to serve. It makes a delicious
accompaniment for a not very rich
Melting ice in the glacier« af the
Alps is yielding up the bodies of per
sons who met their death many years
every room in the house; and
reply, in writing, ran as follows;
“The marks of little muddy feet on
the floor can be more easily removed
than the stains where the little feet
go into the highway of sin. The
prints of little fingers upon the win
dow pane cannot shut out the sun
shine half as much as the shadow
that darkens the mother’s heart over
one who is but a name in the coming
years. And if my Joe finds home a
refuge from care, and his greatest
comfort within its four walls, he can
pile his boots in the rocking chair and
throw his coat on the flor any day
in the week, and if I can stand it and
he enjoys it, I can’t see that it is i
The head of "a Urge shipping firm
in the west received a letter from a I
millionaire banker asking that his non .
be given a Job where he could team .
the business. Soon after the head of ’
the shipping firm wrote back to the ■
young man’s father:
"Your eon has arrived. I have,
given him employment in my office |
at $20 a weak, with others of his
class. On« of these young men has i
just bought a $100,000 yacht ami
another comes to the office in a $20.- ■
000 motor car. I think your son will
find his surroundings congenial.—
Whea ia Hot Water
Whew in a fix sweating will get
yas farther than swearing, let mules
do ths kicking.
Honking your horn doesn’t help
so much as steering wisely.
Don't expect poor work now to lead
to brilliant work hereafter.
You have no idea how big the
other fellow's troubles are.
It’s all right to aapire to control
others, but have you begun with
Notice that two-thirda of "Promo
tion“ consists of “Motion.“
There is a better market for smiles
The shifting sands of the desert of
Gobi are gradually burying large por
tions of the great wall of China.
HING in its season
Thia Phone Number
Before you step on the gas and
sail a* ay on your trip, jot it down
in your notebook. This number,
night or day, will bring you our
service ear in ease you have
trouble. Say! Have you seen our
Star Electric Co., Inc.
(3M Foster load
PkMC Auto. (15-33
Patronise aur advertisers.
CHURCH’S GRAPE JUICE, Pint Bottina
GOLDEN WEST BIRD SEED, two package«
CROWN FIX) UR, -Impound «acks
GEM NUT, one pound
WHITE WONDER SOAP, 5 bar«
BLOOKER*S COCOA, finest in America.
Small can« 15c, %-lb. 30c, I-lb. 58c
ROYAL CLUB VANILLA. 2-ounce bottle
CALIFORNIA JAP HEAD RICE, 3 pounds for
CREME OIL SOAP, four bars for
DARIMADE MILK, three tall cans
LENOX SOAP, seven bars for
20TH CENTURY COFFEE, pound for
DIAMOND TOOTHPICKS, three boxes for
5940 92nd STREET
You not only get the best
prices and the best class of
trade, but you always have a
list of new customers waiting
for a chance to buy milk from
you. We are not taking in any
more new customers unless it B
someone who wants milk for
their baby. A number of peo
ple, especially those with babies,
have phoned for milk during the
hot weather. Their names and
addresses will be given upon
Clean milk will stay sweet
longer than dirty milk.
Burdette’s milk will keep
sweet 36 hours after delivery in
summer and 72 hours, in winter.
Burdette’s milk is specially
recommended for babies an<^
Y'ours for health,
4918 99th SL S. E. Phone «.’12-87
SAVE—Time, Labor and Money
DI IT V<wf kitchen on a par with the other rooms of your home.
The We ar-Ever Specialty Equipment, our UNIFORM SET
of cooking utensils will do this far you. Nat sold in stores.
Na middle man
Tremendous drop in price now tn effect.
—Ask me to demonstrate our neu> method of cold pack can
ning by steam. Less heat, less work, less time.
Permanently located h
«MS 92nd St. S. E. ML Scott Disk
DEL MONTE BEANS, Buffet Can«, each
STORES ARE CONVENIENTLY LOCATED
Tavellt and Mack
1383 Division Street
iiwiter iduaUgt d Mi«| th Bwt Nil
WAX LUNCH PAPER, 18 feet, continuous roll, 3 roll«
J. L. Baldwin
YOU CAN BUY
Pat and Jerry
2M Morrteoa St, Portland, Oregon
SATURDAY and MONDAY
STAPLES- The Jeweler
REMEMBER THE NUMBER
from the bright sunlight.
Tinted lenses «rill save you
many headaches and afford relief
Have your eyes examined today.
K \J I
MANCHURIAN WALNUTS, Guaranteed crack 85 good out of 100,1 lb.... 15c
—and make your house-keeping a pleasure.
so now, when it’s wann
a WESTINGIOUSE Elec
tric fan will keep you cooL
Come in and let us demon
REAL ESTATE ii
Sales, Rentals, Trades
Four lota. 50 feet by 145 feet,
on 99th street. F2f>0 each. Eight
minutes walk from car. Phono
9126 Woodstock Ave., I^nta.
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Phone East 3702
60074 S2ad St.
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Why Do So Many
People Have Weak
If shoe clerks are correct in say
ing that 60 per cent of the women
they wait on have weak arches; if
the army examiners were correct
in rejecting, on account of flat
foot enough men to make a big
city—then it does seem strange
that so many people should have
to suffer from failure of the foot
to hold ui> under the weight of the
body. Tney’re not all fat people,
Broadly speaking, the reason is
this: Every part of the body is
always clad so as to permit rea
sonable muscular freedom, except
the foot Here the ligaments snd
muscles which should hold the
arch bones in place, become ’tro
pin-d through restricted circula
tion and lack of exercise in shoes
that are rigid, tight, ill-fitting.
Down goes the arch. There are
other special causes, but the bulk
of the sufferers can blame the
shoes they have worn.
You Can Avoid It
How much better to wear Canti
lever Shoes, with their flexible
arches, and room for every part
of the foot. They allow the arch
muscles to exercise and strengthe.i
naturally as you walk. Clreula-
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to wear all day. They are com
fortable. All these features for
your comfort and well-being have
not prevented Cantilevers from
being good-looking shoes. Their
trim appearance ia one of the
pleasures in wearing them.
These shoes are very finely
made. The prices are moderate.
CANTILEVER SHOE CO.
>53 Alder «L
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for a small payment down
and balance like rent.
Sheet Metal Works
Cost Less This Year
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