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STATESMAN'S'' SATURDAY MORNING MARKET PAGE, FOR OUR; BUSY HOUSEHOLDS
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Bf Betty Barclay
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'."tfurrypp retipes are the most
. important of all, to hare at your
finger tips.' Tbey are needed when
uzjet petted company comes; when
: father: raskes home from the office
inglsting tbt he must be back In
half ati hour; or even on wash day
wbe -there Is not mueh time, to
prepare dishes that require a long
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pt ' cenfle there are some old
standby' lifre canned goods, fried
potatoes and cold beef," or quick
luaehfe from the delicatessen or
bakery.- Alter 'a time However,
these "besln to,gfet tiresome. There
i 1 HOttiaK ' MkV haring something
new;, even In a "hurry-up'' dish.
frjme day try a tapio'ca creamed
ealmon for alchange".- Those who
thlak.ot tapioca -only in terms of
V the old fashtoned pearl,-will have
to' '19 conTerted'W 'the modern
qukk-cooklng kind if they -wish
to talte adrantage of this nurry
up disk.' The fagredients are few
nd .inexpensive.- All fef them are
always on hahd with the possible
exception of h salmon, and tbose
wb keep an emergency shelf will
of course .have a can of this.
, - AJipwo vrouaru auuvH
up tnUk;- .
4 cap water
level . tablespoons quick-cook
Jag iepioca' - - -'1
tegg Ur desired V
Heat ' the "milk and water in i
double boiler add the tapioca and
cook: (or 40 minutes, stirring rre-
' quently. VAdd the 'salmon: flaked
with a ,fbrkV Cook liar fflvV min
. utea ' and "add butterV seasoning.
aad egg well "beaten. Serye hot on
toast or crackers ' '
. ,An emergency shelf la a wonder
ful ihlBgffo -bare "It need hot be
a their; of course, for 'large tin
box' Will-do just as welL 1 What
eTer it. is; H should contain a few
foods that may- be called upon
wljen Jin emergency arrives. ' 1
' With such A shelf, there Is al
waya a lunch 1n View when" friends
?U upon ydu after the store are
closed. ' Tasty sandwiches, salads
end other-dishes- are possible at
ill times, for th emergency shelf
foods; : together 'with' the contents
the bread hot and the refriger
ate ihould serve for4 even an
-. eH-bvale salad." : ' ' ' ' ;
rWheij foods are. used from the
emergency shelf, duplicates should
be' 'placed there ' aV- soon as pos
' slble; ; Otherwise, the ' emergency
rhett will not' be 10 0 per cent ef-
fitfenV K ' . . ' :
,Theo again; food that have
been on the shelf unused for some
tme, ' should be brought - to the
table,' whk'iiewly-purchased foods
bf the same kind are placed' upon
the. shfilf iaHhelr tead. th thU
way .the "emergency shelf ,wili al
ways' have nothing but the fresh-
est foods, : '.. - .'" ' ;
V'ftach. shelf Is very Inexpensive.
Fifteen 'or twenty articles would
be .a generous "supply; Everyone
wlA ha Ve 'her 'favorite selections
for such shelf, but the following
list of foods may offer some sng-
. I can evaporated milk
1 ca baked beans7 ' A
1 ean prepared spaghetti
1 package quick-cooking tapioca
l jar- bacon
1 jar sliced beef
1 bottle pickles
1 bottle stuffed olives
1 bottle 'catsup ' '
J can pineapple '
1 bottle" maraschino' cherries"""
1 jar home" made" Jelly""" - '
1 can peas
1 can corn" '
1 small cheese
1 small jar nut meats
1 small bottle salad 'dressing.
With these in reserve, dozens of
tasty hurry-up dishes may be got
ten together without worry. Soups,
meats, salads, vegetables and des
serts all are there.: ;With bread.
butter and potatoes in their regu
lar places, and with a little coffee
or tea in the canister, the stage is
set fdr a real mean any time.
Dieticians are ' interested In the
experiment Hawaii has been making.-
The soil over there Is of vol
canic origin and does hot produce
vegetables with the same vitamin
content that is found in vegetables
grown in the United State.' Con
sequently, in order that the child
ren may not lack any of the food
elements necessary for growth,
they are fed on canned vegetables
from the United States with the
result that many delicate children
and- babies are brought to good
and "on such days It is good to'
have in ' mind' some appropriate
luncheon recipes which require
only "the simple ingredients, al
ways to be found on the' pantry
shelf. The familiar tomato bisque
is "one that is sure to be well re
ceived, and' to make it more j in
viting just a little different and
at the same time more healthful
tapioca is added. ; !
To a pint of strained red to
matoes add two level tablespoons
of butter, two level tablespoons of
the kind of tapioca that does not
require soaking," a tablespoon; of
sugar, a pinch of baking soda and
an eighth teaspoon each of salt
and pepper. ' Cook in 'a double
boiler for 15 minutes. An enam
eledware double ' boiler will be
found best because its vitreous
surface will not interact with the
acid in the tomatoes.
"When ready to serve, stir the
hot soup gradually into one and
one half pints of milk which has
been heated to boiling point.
(Never stir the milk into the to
mato mixture as it may curdle).
serve with croutons, toast or
Jhe .Versatile Tomato
The' tomato leads alf other Teg
e tables in .the canning Industry.
In,jrying;to find an explanation
of thfs a'T grocer5 stated that to
matoes could be : used in more
ways than any other kind of vege
table; ' and that - the - housewife
could get a larger quantity for her
money. ' He mentioned that they
can be' stewed, used in' soup, or as
flavoring for a" dozen ' different
dishfsf tnav thejr are used at sea
to preven th ecurvy, and that
newcofcirsr front southern 'Europe
like ,t hem, almost as well as native
AmeVicahsdo. ' Now comes the
news; )h aft hey quench thirst bet
ter than anything known to man,
so that' canned tomatoes have be-1
come indispensable ' for the - fall
auto trip. 5
Besides succotash," the Indians
had a dish called tossihamony.
made of corn and green peas 'in
the- pod. . .It is itot put up com
mercially by corn canners. It is
best cooked with a little bacon.
Color of Canned Corn
Sometimes corn taken from the
cans is a little dark." This merely
means that it has been cooked
more thoroughly than the house
wife is able to cook it in her home.
This is done to make sure of kill
ing all bacteria. It need cause
her no concern. -
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Tapioca Tomato Bisque
Cool days are already beginning
to appear : between - warm spells
TO sra CEK
Petition Avers Survey Would
Shorten Distance From
Salem Two Miles
Lemon Sponge Pie
Thia pie 'leaves little to be de
sired and is, indeed, a worthy re
presentative of the lemon-pie fam
Cream one tablespoon of but
ter with one half cupful of sugar
and add the yolk of one egg. Beat
all-well together and whip In the
grated rind and juice of one lem
on. Place in an enameled ware
saucepan, which is not affected1 by
citrus acid and will therefore pre
serve the delicate color of the mix
ture. Scald all but two, tablespoons
of a cupful of milk.
Blend one tablespoon of corn
starch with the cold milk and add
to the scalded milk, stirring until
thickened. Then add to the lemon
mixture and fold in the stiffly,
beaten white of the egg. Cool but
slightly and pour into a pastry
lined pan. Bake in a moderate'
oven until the filling is firm in the
center. If necessary, cover the pie
with a piece of brown paper5 dur
ing the baking as it is very liable
to brown almost too quickly.
:i Residents of Marion county, "in
road district No. 23. in the Silver
Creek Falls district, have pe
titioned 'the county court to sur
vey and - build a. new road from
near the Union school, thence
bearing south and east to the Sil
' !The road petitioned for is to be
a 5 per cent gTade or less, with
a surrey that will oe acceptable
to the state highway commission
and the Marion county court.
The proposed road will shorten
the distance between Salem and
Silver Creek Falls fully two miles,
making it only a" 24-mile drive
to the falls from Salem. It will al
so be the most direct road to the
Already, from the Union Hill
school the road is partly rocked
and in good condition. The new
survey petitioned for will, avoid
all hills to the falls.
The section of "Marion county
southeast of the Union Hill school
on the survey petitioned for, i3
rapidly developing into one of the
best strawberry growing districts
in the county. The altitude and
general climatic conditions favor
the growing of Marshalls and Ore-
gon strawberries. New acreages
are being added every year.
-rLaid owners in that district are
showing a disposition to cooperate
with the county court and to aid
in every way in securing a good
road direct to the Silver Creek
The. Salem Chamber of Com
merce has from time to time an
nounced that with the building of
a good road tttto Silver Creek
Falls and the shortening of the
distance that more than 10,000
tourists would visit the falls an
nually. There is already a good road
into the falls by way of Silverton.
All that is needed now is a good
road by way of the Waldo Hills
to make that district a great tour
Capt. E. C. Aliworth Princi
pal Speaker at Lion Club
Luncheon Friday '
New- Staffed Baked Cucumber
The cucumber which has long
been served as a raw vegetable,
has recently undergone cooking
experiments which have resulted
In successful dishes. Stuffing and
baking the cucumber is one of the
new ways of serving it. In this
way it can be served with meat
and potatoes just like any other
vegetable and it is also appropri
ate for a luncheon dish in itself.
Peel the cucumbers, cut length
wise into halves, remove the seeds
190 S. Commercial Phone 305 Delivery Free
To trade with us is to save money. To save money is to
walk on Easy Street 5 !
Good Clean Stock We have a limited supply of Winter
Bananas, King's and Gai noes, at special price !
Sweet Potatoes, 5 lbs. for 25c
Netted Gems. local grown. 100 lbs.... $3.00
.leiy, Heart, large bunches, 3 hearts.... 5c
m Large Jumbo iCelery, tender and crisp,
ps 2for .:15c
Lettuce, head ......5c
Fine Good Cabbage for Kraut, sack . SI. 00
Onions, Np.l gradev cwt $2.00
Cauliflower, large heads, lb. 10c
Rolled Oats, 10 lb. sack 48c J Canned Goods Assorted
Corn Starch, 2 packages 25c I 1 free with a dozen "
See Our Triangle Ad This Week
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170 NORTII COMJ1ERCIAL STREET.
Our regular Prices of Bread, I
1 Vi lb. loaf 13c, 2 for 25c; 1 lb. loaf 9c, 3 for.25c ,
Cookies, 2 dozens or -JiJJL 25c j
Butter Horns, 6 for ' .; ...... : .'.25
Apple Turnovers, 6 for.
Cakes, all varieties .15c np to 50c
Doughnuts, Cinnamon Rolls, Tea Sticks and Buns,
per dozen . ...:... 20c
Pies ; 10c and 25c
Milk, Bread, irench and Py? Bread, 3 loavc3...5c
We Serve Coffee and Lunches
- Try Our Krause's Candy
and 6tuff .with the following mix
ture: - Mix together oda cud of sifted
bread crumbs, two tablespoons of
melted butter or bacon fat. one
half of a small onion, minced, two
third's of a teaspoon' salt, one-third
teaspoon pepper and one quarter
cup stock, gravy, milk or canned
tomato, as preferred.
Arrange the cucumbers in an
enameledware baking dish and
bake in a moderate oven for one
Serve from the china-like dish
in which they are baked.
Capt. E. C- Aliworth, declared
to be the "most courageous soldier
from the state of Washington in
the World war," decorated six
times, told .Fathers and Sons at
the Lions club meeting just why
Armistice day should be observed.
The captain is tall, rather sal
low in complexion, and spoke with
a slow denoerateness that was
more effective than deliberate elo
quence. ;Beginning with his first
service he slowly told of campaign
after campaign, drawing a picture
of reality in war, with the suffer
ing and heroism, torture and brav
Graphically depicting scenes that
had passed under his own eyes,
he led to the coming of an armis
tice that found the fragments of
a fatigue-gripped and privation
diseased force facing a field
strewn with machine ; gun nests
against which the order had just
come to move.
He pictured the grimness and
grief of the struggle, picking for
his thoughts simple, rather than
"Observe Armistice day, that
these youths may know what that
warfare meant; that they may
grow with a true sense of patriot
ism; that theq may realize the
importance of keeping America
prepared to defend itself," he
said. . -
His decorations were awarded
by the United States, France and
Italy, and include the Medal of
Honor, the Legion of Honor, and
the highest award of the state of
Family Reunion Attended
by 1,000 Descendanst
HELSINGFORS. At a recent
family reunion in Central Finland
there assembled 1000 descendants
of the family, whose records date
back to 1412. A number of ttyose
present came from distant coun
tries, including. the United States
and Canada. A remarkable fea
ture of the large gathering was
that approximately 70 per cent
were peasants as were their pro
Steuslof f Bros. Market
Corner Court and Liberty
to stop in our market and select the cut of
meat you prefer. Note the choice quality,
then compare prices with what you have
been paying. You will be surprised.
FOR TODAY WE OFFER
LEGS OF VEAL
20c lb. '
Every customer who makes a purchase
,of 50c or more is entitled to a pail of our
v it r i l '' t "i ' . J.v ' - ' " '
rure riome rienqerea JLara at tne price
quoted below. ' 1 .
PURE LARD, No. 5 pail
SHORTENING, lo. 5 pail ...L 70c
LUMECO, 2 lbs. :.
We have arranged for extra help, i Shop
early when possible.
Originators of Low Prices i
351 State Street
NOT IN THE COMBINE
We .C)pseSiturdays at 7 p. m.
". r p rir ipe- .
WE HAVE THE
and sell them at the lowest possible price
A Trial Wfll Convince You "
Pork to Roast . . . . 20 c
Young and (Ira in Veil
Pure Lard . . . . . V 20c
Jn liuik or In Own lail -Our Own Make
Cottage Rolls . . . . 25c
Our Own Mako
Bacon Backs . 32c and 35c
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Sugar Cured J
Breakfast Bacon . . 38c
. Our Vfry Bit Sugar Cuved ,
WHERE A IKLlAlt DOES ITS DUTY
Our Classified 'Advertisements Bring Resul Is
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Pisrely Wisely carries a full and complete line of SCHILLING'S
SPICES, COFFEE and BAKING POWDER at popular prices, j
Specials for Saturday and Monday
SUGAR I WILS. FELS NAPHTHA
eikffi Margarine SOAP
mlmlf IP Bars
G 71e 5c
FISHER BLEND BEST CREAMERY MARKT DAy
FLOUR BUTTER RAISINS
49 lb. Bag Per lb. .
(SrS -7 4'b-Pkg.
S2.19 57 c 35c
PRIDE WALDO FRSP DROMEDARY
49 lb. Bag 3 p'. Per Pkg.
$1-79 19 c
QUICK QUAKER GRAHAM ROYAL CLUB
OATS CRACKERS PEACHES
2 Pkgs. 5 lb. Box 22 1-2 Tins
25 c 89c 45c
AMAZIO Salad and Cooking JJYL
PINTS 25c QUARTS 47c ONE-HALF GALLONS 87c
GALLONS 51.47 ;
456 State Street
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