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Herald Home Corner
Housewives may mail req jests
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.
Six oranges, three large bananas,
two apples and one pineapple. Cut
the oranges in half and remove the
inside without injuring the peel.
Scallop the <xlges of the peel, which
is to be used as cups to hold the
salad. Cut up the bananas into thin
slices and the pineapple and apple
into small sections, mix altogether
with sugar to suit taste and a little
lemon juice. Fill the orange cups
and serve with or without French
Aapioca Cacoanut I'uddiiu
Soak one-half cup of grated cocoa-
nut with one-half cup of pearl tapioca
in cold water to cover. Add 1H pints
of milk, three beaten eggs, one-half
cup sugar and a »peck of salt. Mix
well and bake in a buttered dish for
St) minutes. Serve hot with cream.
Corn Batter Cakes
One large cup of Indian meal, four
tablespoons of wheat flour, two tea
spoons of baking powder, one tea-
spoon salt. Mix together dry, then
add sufficient cold water for a bat-
ter. Bake at once on a hot griddle.
Shoo Fly Potatoes
The potatoes are pared and cut
into long strips like macaroni, only
of course they will not be round, but
square edges. Thow into boiling lard
until a golden brown, drain sprinkle
with salt. Serve as vegetable alone
or as a garnish around fish .
Plums in Ambush
Boil rice in milk until tender and
quite dry, sweeten it to taste with
powdered sugar; pour into a border
mold to set; when stiff, turn out and
fill the center with stewed plums;
pour the syrup over the rice and
mash the plums with whipped cream.
all stand and sing
to be at your side. Lovingly, John.
“P. S.—I will come to see you on TO BE USED WITH
Oh, say. can you sing from the start Saturday if it doesn't rain.**—
THE HIGH CEILINGS
to the end
What so proudly you stand for when
orchestras play it?
When the whole congregation in
voices that blend.
Strike up the grand tune and then
torture and slay it;
| How valiant they shout when they're
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first starting out,
But “the dawn's early light” finds
t* .r. Il aa
to kxx W o co loll ho«
they floundering about;
Ti» “The Star Spangled Banner”
they’re trying to sing,
W« could din. from our book
But they don't know the words of
the precious, brave thing;
SOME FRUGAL PUDDINGS
Hark, “the twilinght's last gleaming"
has some of them stopped.
One of the simplest to prepare
But the valient survivors pre» for
also one of the moat wholesome
To “the ramparts we watch” when
some others are dropped.
And the loss of the leaders is nun
Then “the rockets’ red glare” gives
pint of milk and
the bravest a scare,
stir In one-half
And there’s few left to face “the
bombs bursting in air;”
tea spoonful of
Ti» a thin line of heroes that nun
age to save
fourth cup of
»upar, Cook until the starch tn the
of the bra^e."
—Exchanga. flour Is well cooked. Serve with creeiu
and a little grated nutmeg.
Kian Pudding.—Put two cupfuls of
] milk Into a double boiler with the
yolks of two eggs that have been well
beaten. Add two tableepoonfula, level,
of cornstarch and two tablespoonfuls
“ ‘ ”
of sugar. Cook until thoroughly done.
a larga ruotii with high cWlin**
A visitor from the north had halted Beet the whites of the eggs with two
his automobile on the road to mend tablespoonfuls of sugar and spread on and French window», maaalve furnl
lure and larrwpattaroad han<in<a
a leaky tire, and caught the sounds top: brown In the oven.
Fifteen-Minute Pudding.—Take one may ba uaad. Th* room ahown In th«
of the negro's words.
“What did you call that
cupful of flour, one tea spoonful of sketch draws Its Inspiration from the
baking powder and one-half teaspoon blue-and-gold Chinese Jar which
“I calls him Mo’over,” said the ful of salt; add one-half cupful of been used for the lamp base,
milk or enough to make a drop batter. shade of blue chiffon ever gold
“You mean Rover, don’t you?”
“Naw, suh, I don't mean Rover. I Add a spoonful to each of four small Is fringed with the two colors,
buttered cups. then a spoonful of hangings repeat the color note
Isn’t Moreover a funny name for canned cherries or any Juicy fruit—
two or three tableepoonfuls will be
“Naw, suh, hit’s a regular dwag better—then flniali with another
name—come outer de Bible."
/.V ; ESTUI EXT THAT IS
spoonful of the batter, leaving plenty
The tourist shock his head.
CONSE RP.ITU'E S.IFE
“I am fairly well acquainted with of space to rise. Place In a pan of
the Scriptures,” he said. “My father hot water, cover closely and steam
was a preacher. But I never heard fifteen minutes. Serve unmolded with A sales corporation
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of any dog in the Bible being called sugar and cream.
one of America's oldest and best
known manufacturers, offers a legiti-
“W'y, boss," said the darky, “ain’t of New Orleans molasses, one and 1 mate, safe, and exceptionally profit
you 'member whar hit say in de Bible one-half cupfuls of flour, one-half tea able opportunity to a few small in
dat Lazarus et de crumbs which fell spoonful of salt, one teaspoonful of vestors ($100 to $500) in this district.
from de rich man’s table, an’ Mo’over, ginger. Mix the flour, molasses, gin
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ger and salt thoroughly. Dissolve one
“Did you fall?” said a man. rush teaspoonful of soda In two-thlrda of
ing to the rescue of a woman who a cupful of boiling water, add to the This in addition to the substantial
slipped on the icy pavement.
first mixture and pour Into a well- dividends your investment calls for.
“Oh. no." she said, “I just sat down buttered mold to steam one and one- Here is a real opportunity for the
to see if I could find any four-leaf half hours. Sauce—Take two table f.rst few lucky folks that answer thia
spoonfuls of butter well mixed with i offer! The 15 per cent merchandise
tablespoonful of flour, add one I premium is ready for immediate dis
Sunday-school Teacher—“Can any
tribution. You make a profit at once!
cupfuls of boiling water,
one tell me where Noah lived?”
If'rite Today—Don't Delay.
Pupil—“I don’t think he had a re
gular home. I guess he and his and a dash of vinegar for flavor. Boll Send your name and address and let
me show you a real money-maker—
family belonged to the floating popu until smooth. Serve bot.
Bread and Fruit Pudding__ Spread : something that should meet with the
slices of bread with butter, pour over approval of your banker.
Ja me* P. Case. Becy. A Trees.
Grocer’s Clerk—“Should I order boiling hot blueberry sauce. Cover
some more fresh eggs?”
with a plate and let stand until well-
Grocer—“No. We have enough
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fresh eggs in the cellar to last us a soaked. Unmold and serve with sugar
San Francisco, Cal.
couple of months.”—The Progressive and cream.
Salmon on Toast
Make a sauce from two level table
spoons of butter melted and two
level tablespoons of flour rubbed in;
when cooked add one cup of milk and
cook until thickened, Salt slightly
and if liked add a little pepper. Add
some boiled salmon or canned sal-
mon, flaked. Salt fish may be used
also, Heat through and pour on
“Did you ever meet with any acci-
of the cowpuncher who had applied
slices of toast.
for a policy.
More than one-third of the total
“No,” said the puncher, than ad
A NEIGHBORLY OBLIGATION
ding, apparently as an after thought area of Holland lies below the level
“a bronco kicked two of my ribs in of the sea which is kept back by
Dr. Frederick D. Stricker, of the Ore one time, and a rattle-snake bit me means of dikes.
on he leg a couple years ago.
gon State Board of Health
“Great Scott!” said the insurance
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Once an epidemic of contagious man. “Don’t you consider those ac
disease becomes wide-spread, it is an cidents?”
“Naw,” said the puncher, “they
extremely difficult and expensive
task to curb it before the epidemic done it a purpose.”—-Judge.
has exhausted all available material.
Mandy—“I se decided to leave mah
Dr. Patrick F. Mahar
However, an epidemic can be pre husban.
vented with comparative ease pro
Hanna—“How come? Is you be-
Optometrist and Optician
vided the public and the physician ginnin’ to economize?”—Life.
and the health officers respond to
351 Morrison Street
He was not gifted with much brains
their respective duties. In prevent but he had courted Arabella ardently.
ing the spread of disease, the first Finally, she accepted him, and he
45 Steps West From Broadway
responsibility rests upon the public went home full of joy.
as individuals, and upon the practi
With Carl Greve, the
relieve himself of the great happiness
tioners of the healing art. This within him.
initial responsibility is the early and
Next morning she received the fol
accurate reporting of all cases of lowing note:
“Dearest Arabella—I love you with
reportable diseases to the local
all the passion the world has ever
health officer. The responsibility known. I would sacrifice everything I
then shifts to this official who is have for you, I would swim he deep f
charged with the responsibility of est currents, climb the highest moun
safe-guarding the health of his com tains and go through valleys of fire
munity. A concealed case of measles
might be the source of an epidemic
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of city or county wide proportions,
resulting in much unnecessary sick
Harry Hoefler’t Chocolate!
ness, enormous expense, suffering on
We have just bought a tremen
the part of innocent individuals, and we’re the only one around 50th dous stock of Army Munson last
misery and death. Those individuals and Division that have ’em.
shoes to be sold to the public
who wilfully conceal cases of con
direct. These shoes are 100 per
LEWIS FRANKLIN CANDY SHOP
tagious illness are guilty of a crime
cent solid leather with heavy
against society. The practitioner who
double soles sewed and nailed. The
1390!j Division Street
tells the family that a case of scarlet
suppers are of heavy tan chrome
fever is nothing but a slight ton / - . . . ------
leather with bellows tongue,
silitis is dodging his solemn obliga
thereby making them waterproof.
tion to society in an effort to please
These shoes are selling
ig very fast
the family. He should have his license
and we advise you to order at
revoked and his business closed so
once to insure your order being
that he may seek a job in a slaughter
house where he belongs. The physi The wonder ¡cure for Rheumatism
cian who helps the family commit a
The sizes are 6 to 11 all widths.
706, 720 Dekum Bldg.
crime is neither a friend of the family
Price $2.75. Pay Postman on re
nor of the community and both he
ceipt of goods or send money
and the family should be deported.
order. Money refunded if shoes
We recall an instance where a 3-
are not satisfactory.
yeer-old child became ill. The doc
tor was promptly called; he examined
No matter what your trouble is
the patient and diagnosed the case as
I can help you:
measles. A sigh of relief immediate
Consultation and examinations1
ly went around the family group:
“Oh! it’s nothing but measles,” and
No knife. No operations. No in-1
then they with the “good” doctor
1441 Broadway, New York City
curable case taken.
laughed at the joke. No report was
made of the case, no quarantine was
instituted and no precautions taken
to safe-guard the community. Neigh
bor’s children were not even warned
to remain away from the house. In a
few days a child across the street
developed the measles, in a few days
Are your books in proper ah ape for the INCOME TAX statement?
another, then another and another
Are you worried about your figure??
and so the epidemic went throughout
the town. In that one block where
We are doing MONTHLY SERVICE, taking care of small sets of
the original case developed and the
books, for a large number of merchants in Portland.
joke of it was laughed at, three fu
The ccst is ridiculouslv small.
nerals were conducted for three little
We are ENDORSED BY THE LEADING ASSOCIATIONS OF
children, all three of whom died from
RETAIL MERCHANTS IN PORTLAND, and have been for OVER
the measles contracted from the first
case that was such a joke.
Thia is just one instance of many
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that might be cited to illustrate
the results of criminal carelessness
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on the part of dishonest and irre
R. V. Lewis, Pres.
sponsible practitioners and their
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The U.S. Stores Co.
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