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other half with a doughnut cutter
Place one on top of the other and
bake in a hot oven. When cool, cut
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jolly in square« on top of each tart »
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Houaewiwa may mail requests • then a small amount of marshmallow
ing 10c per line first insertion.
• for recipe« or aak any questions • cream on top of the jelly.
Minimum charge, 26c.
• concerning recipes published. A *
woids to the lina
• Herald subscriber, a weman •
• versed in cookery, who desire* to •
One-half cup of desiccated cocoa-
• remain anonymous, will be de- * nut soaked in one cup of milk, two
The Herald will print, with
out charge, advvrtiaemenU coming
• lighted to publish requested rec- * eggs one small cup of sugar, butter
under the following heads; Work
• ipee or answer questions.
* the site of an egg. This is. for one
wanted, help wanted.
—The Editor • small sized pie. Nice with a meringue
CALL R. HEYTING, phone «36-8?.
for sand and gravel delivered at a
One cup sugar, one and one-thirds
What is that which works when it
UTAH KING COAL
cup of flour, one-third cup butter, one play« and plays when it works? A
Old Growth and Slabwood
egg. one-half cup sweet milk, one fountain.
CRESTON FEED A FUEL CO.
teaspoon cream tartar, one-half tea-
Why «re potatoes and corn like
sp<x>n soda, one tr*s|»»’n lemon ex certain sinners of oM? Because
tract, one-third teaspoon salt. Rake having eyes they see not. and having
ROOM AND BOARD—«8 a week.
in three round tins and put together ears they hear not.
Mrs. TKomsen, Peterson house, be
with jelly, apple sauce or any kind
mal in the farm yard? A pig, be
tween 92d and 93d streets on FMater
of preserves. Frost the top.
cause he ia killed and then cured.
Why is a fishmonger never gener- ;
oust Because his business makes WANTED—Men or women to take
One cup split cranberries, one cup him selfish.
orders for genuine guaranteed
sugar, two tablespoons sifted flour. ! Why are fatigued persons like a
hosiery for men. women and chil
wet with cold water, then add on»-1 wagon wheel? Because they ate
dren. Eliminates darning. Salary
half cup boiling water boil till it be- ' always tired.
3->0 a week full time. 31 an hour
spare time. Experience unneces
gins to thicken like custard, then re
Why is a baker a moat improvi
sary. International Stocking Mills,
move from fire and add one teaspoon dent person? Because he ia continu
ally selling what he kneads himself.
vanilla. Bake in two crusts.
When did Moses sleep five in a
bed? When he slept with his fore WANTED—Piano lessons. Boy has
Cranberry Pie Na. 2
studied over two years, but now
Wash and pick over one ouart of fathers.
has no money. He will chop wood,
cranberries, add one cup of water and !
run errands, do anything honorable
one cup seeded raisins; coook ten I like a good financier ? Because he j to pay his tuition with a good
makes both ends meet.
teacneri Apply 9712 57th avenue.
minutes, remove from the stove and
S. E., Portland. Or.
stir in one cup sugar and fill pie
plates (one large or two small
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plates), using either two crusts or
putting on top crust in form of lat
Scored 99 at Stock Show. Novem
tice work, this adds much to its ap- I
ber 1922—winning third prise
pearance; bake until crust is done.
Herald Home Comer
THE BENJAMIN STUDIO
"Every Sitting a Study”
View Work. Home Portrait«, Kodak
«436 bXJSTEK ROAD
MRS. N. J. BRENNAN
492« Ninety-»e»enth Stroet S. E.
(Next door to the Gallin’* residence)
LAUER REALTY CO.
CITY PBOPKBTY «*4 TAB1U
Fl* LX ND STATION
BIT. SCOTT TRANSFER CO.
Re*. 4822 90th Street
to Mount Scott and
Firit and Taylor ata..
HOME SHOE SHOP
J. W. ADAMSON, Prop.
4840 84th St. S. E.. Cor. 49th Are.
Only the best material for your shoes
From the Boston Herald
For those constructing pies for
Christmas we recommend the recipe
of a Christmas pie sent in 1777 to an
ancestor of the present Earl Grey;
two bushels cf flour. 20 pounds but
ter, four geese, two turkeys, two
rabbits, four wild ducks, two wood
cock, eix snipes, four partridges, two
neat’s tongues, two curlews, seven
blackbirds, six pigeons. The pie was
nine feet in circumference at the bot
tom; it weighed about 200 pounds
and «as wheeled about by two men.
Just the thing fcr a family gather-
FEED & F UEL CO.
L. C. Fallen, owner.
W New Year'« day with
out candy, nut», orang«*, ap
HAT ia Chrfotanaa or
1« ChmtniM nr
New Year’« day with-
A good line of children’» coat*
ple« or pear», for th« women
oul gvod tobacco, cigar« or
cigarette« for the men?
Dressmaking Don« Reasonable
Fourth floor, 408 Alisky building.
Third street, ju»t north of Morrison
«troet Main 3132.
Franklin Candy Shop
)3**0'j Division. Where 50th t'ronae*
Everything found at a first-ciaa*
fountain. Light lunches.
WK SrKCULlZK IN
NAIR CUTTINti. FACIAL Mi SS A0 IVO
AND HAIR BOBBIN«
Cream mixed candy, I9e a pound
Mixed Brazil, Walnut« and almond«. 25c a pound
Hand-mad« Chocolate», 35c a pound
Apple«, by the box, «11 kind«, including Deliciou«
All kind« of frvxh «nd canned vegetable«.
Freshly roasted peanuts, 20c • pound
5833 92NI) STREET S. E.
Read the Herald Classified ads.- Read the display ads too.
Telephone Demonstration |
Bet. Wth ae4 Mtk St».
t« sew «riunite
Com« to the Vogue for good, «light
ly-used clothing. Everything for every
occasion. Suita from 35 up Shoe«,
nata, coats, dreaaea.
Franklin Barber Shop
M.L. NOBLE & SON
We wish to call to the attention of our patrons in the
Arleta-Mount Scott district the early inaugur£ion of ma
chine switching service from our exchange At Seventy-
first street and Fifty-first avenue Southeast. With the
issue of the next directory in January this exchange will
be called Sunset and subscribers having dial sets will dial
all numbers desired both machine switching and manual.
Representatives of the company are now visiting all sub
scribers served from this office and demonstrating the
method of ojieration under the new six-digit system. The
date for the change is January 27,1923. We request from
our patrons their close attention to the demonstration
offered in order that everyone may thoroughly under
stand the matter and be able to secure an efficient and
satisfactory service over the new equipment.
When the new directory is delivered about January
18 it should not I* used until the effective date, that is,
January 27, and thereafter it should lie used exclusively.
Unless this plan is carefully observed there will be con
fusion and delay in your service.
«254 FOSTER ROAD
lane patty pans (or gem pans) |
We firrind our own hamburger and
with rich paste and bake in quick
atcb m a her
our own sausage
even. When cool fill with a thick I
jellied cranberry sauce and cover with | —■
6435 Foster RoadatArleta a meringue made of the white of
one egg, whipped stiff with one-half ;
cup powdered sugar. Set in moderate
Repairing all kind* of American oven until tinged a pale straw cclor. |
and Swiss watches. Using noth Or instead of meringue drop a spoon
ing but the genuine material made ; ful of whipped cream on each before
by the factory which made the serving.
watch. Cleaning, oiling, demagni- j
faring and adjusting.
Roll out any rich pastry and cut
Remember, my business is the
care of watches, examination of | one-half with a cookie cutter and the
That means there should be
your watch and my opinion cost
THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND
Christmas is a
good things to eat
and all kinds of Pies
Hot Coffee, Chocolate, Bouillons
Have you tried our wrapped bread?
All Radio supplies
6232 FOSTER ROAD
Men’s arches are
strengthened by wearing
the Cantilever Shoe, be
cause this shoe has a flexi
ble shank which harmon
izes with the natural
action of the foot, allows
good circulation and
healthful exercise of foot
It’s all Right or Your Money Back
F Get the habit of
L feelings with—
E The Nippon
R Florist Co.
S Phone Auto 63S-71
PHONE AUTO. 624-63
Go Home for
— Yuletide Holidays
Why not surprise the folks at home with
a visit at Yuletide. It will make them happy
and you, too. Plan now to take advan
25 PerCent Reduction
A QUESTION NO LONGER
-?- Guess the Number of Seeds in the Big
Pumpkin in the Franklin Garage Window
and WIN A PRIZE
9CA PDÎ7I7Q To Be Given Away to Owners
1 IxlÆjHikJ of Fords and Automobiles.
FIRST PRIZE—Goodyear All-Weather Cord Tire at
half price to the owner of a Ford or automobile who makes
the nearest correct guess.
SECOND PRIZE—A Side-Ray Spotlight, regular
price $12.50, for $6.25.
THIRD PRIZE—No. «0 S. & M. Spotlight, regular
price $11.00, for $5.50.
Round Trip Fares
Between all «tation» where cne-way fare it 330.00 or lee«.
Sale date«: December 22, 23, 24, 25, 29, 30, 31, January 1.
Final return limit January 3.
6eo. W. Crockwell, M. L
The wonder cure for Rheumatism
766, 720 Dekum Bldg.
Stomach trouble. Chronic disease
and Female complaint«.
No matter what your trouble is
I can help you
Consultation and examinations
No knife. No operations. No in-
curable ease taken.
Frequent and Convenient Service will make your journey
a trip of pleasure.
The Cantilever shank
fits snugly and supports
the arch while permitting
nature to build up
For further particular« ask agent«
CANTILEVER SHOE CO.
JOHN M. SCOTT.
General Passenger Agent
363 Alder St.
Go to the garage and register name, car number, ad
dress and telephone number; place your guess in an en
velope, seal it, and deposit in sealed box at the garage.
No one employed by nor interested in the Franklin
Garage will be permitted to make a guess.
In the event of a tie in the guesses from Nos. 2 to 13
some other prize will be given.
If two or more persons guess the same number on
Number 1, the prize will be drawn for.
Everyone within 200 of the right number will receive
50th and Division St.