Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928, November 18, 1920, Page Page Two, Image 2

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    Thursday. November 18, 1920
EASTERN CLACKAMAS NEWS
Page Two
Look up the ad of the great J. H. Kelly and Andy Rich­
bargain offer by the Cary Real mond
were here from Portland,
Estate Co.
Saturday and Snuday an<Y inci­
Another Royal Suggestion
Gilbert VanDuzer whose home dentally tried their luck fishing.
is in New York, was here the Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Brooks left
first of the week visiting his last Friday for their new home
cousin, Mrs. R. Morse.
in Vancouver, B.C. They have
From the N ew R oyal C ook B ook
The football game between the been here about two years, own­
high schools of Estacada and ing a few acres near to town.
So tender
B ISCUIT!
Hillsboro resulted in a defeat of Mr. Brooks informed us that he
they fairly melt in
the mouth, and of such
the former by a score of 10 to 7 had lived forty years in Winni­
glorious
flavor that the
in favor of Hilisboro. But in the peg, and never wore a fur cap
appetite
is never satis­
opinion of some who witnessed it during the winter and never got
fied.
These
biscuits
the game was the best the local his ears frozen. As the ther­
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team has put up this season, as mometer goes down there 40 de­
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and these unusual re­
it was closely contested from grees or so below zero in winter,
cipes. Biscuit«
start to finish.
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cups flour
Biscuits and Cinnamon Buns
t
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V4 teaspoon salt
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% cup milk or half milk
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1 teaspoon salt
4 teaspoons Royal
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2 tablespoons shortening
1 egg
% cup w ater
Vi cup sugar
£ teaspoons cinnam on
4 tablespoons seeded
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add beaten egg to w ater
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%-inch thick on floured
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Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Bartlett
started last Thursday for Eugene,
to witness the football game be­
tween the freshmen of the U. of
O. and those of the O.A.C. Ken
Bartlett was the coach for the
former team and they did him
proud. Unfortunately cartroubles
prevented Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett
from arriving in time, as they
had to return home for repairs.
They started again Friday stop­
ping at Salem that night and
going on to Eugene Saturday,
where they took in the great
game between the two universi­
ties of Oregon and Washington,
in which the former won a glo­
rious victory. The “Homecom­
ing” at the U. was the greatest
ever.
The walls of the new Reed &
Shibley garage are now going
up. a mason from Gresham, Mr.
Fieldhouse doing the wor k,
which will soon be completed if
the we ather keeps favorable.
There 1 h m ere C atarrh In t' is Rei-tion
of the country th an all other diseases
put together, and fur year» it w as sup­
posed to be Incurable. Doctors prescribed
local remedies, sn<l by constantly failing
to cure w ith local treatm ent, pronounced
It incurable. C atarrh Is & local disease,
greatly Influenced by constitutional con­
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