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FOREST GROVE PRESS
milk and even complain
when it raina.
about the weather,
THURSDAY, J A N U A R Y 8, 1914
ter into tbree-qaartera of a CupfUl of
fin* breadcrumbs and sprinkle over the
top. Set In the oven to brown.
Kscaloped Onions.—Boil tbe number
of onions desired until tender, chang
ing the water once. Cut Into quarters
and put into a buttered baking dish
Pour over them a large cupful o f cream
sauce, and cover all with a layer of
cracker or bread crumbs and dot with
butter. Bprlnkle a little salt and pep
per on the onions before pouring on the
white sauce. Then bake.
el or crabs pples. Cut each apple In
half after taking off the blossom and
stem end and removing any wormy or Giving Correct Time of the Arrival end
G E O R G E H U N T IN G T O N C U R R E Y
defective part. Put them on the fire
Departure of All Forest Grove Traina
Unavoidable delays, due largely to storms
EDITOR A N D O W N E R
In a preserving kettle, cover with cold
in the East, have postponed the arrival o f the
Let the apples boll until they
OR EG O N ELECTRIC
new linotype in the P r e s s office. It is now in
are soft. A fter allowing them to cool
Published every Thursday at Forest Grove, Washington County, Oregon.
P o r t la n d
A r F o rest G rove
San Francisco and will arrive in Forest Grove
a little rub through a wire sieve. To
Catered at the Forest Grove, Oregon, Post Office as set on J-e lass matter.
6:45 a. m.
8:05 a. m.
within the ne3Ujveekjor_ten_da^
three cupfuls of sifted pulp add a cup
8 05 a. m.
9:25 a. m.
ful of sugar. Boll for twenty minutes.
S u bscription R a te s in A d v a n c .
Grape Butter. For this either ripe
10:25 a. m.
11:45 a. m.
Miss Fern Hobbs, the charming secretary,
•>r green grapes may be used Remove
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2:45 p. m.
o f Governor West, said the other day, when
•One Year................... 11.50
•he skins from the grapes and simmer |
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5:05 p. m.
women n tionally secured the ballot they will
the pnlp until tender: then put through
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ignore party lines and vote for the man. But
F R U IT
P hone M a in 502,
O ffic e on M a in S t r e e t .
i colander. Then put the pulp In the
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their reason for voting for a man will be varied
N households where there are little »reserving kettle, add the skins and
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9:35 p. m.
and often queer.
folks Jams, jellies, murmalades and •ook until tender. Then stir in the
“ Quality and not quantity is one o f the watch words
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fruit butters seem indispensable. -ugar. allowing half a pound for each
The naked hills lie wanton to the breeze;
o f the twentieth century,’ *______________
A Judicious use of these will greatly nound of the fruit
Cook until thick Lv F o r i st G rove * A r P o r t l a n d
The fields are nude, the groves unfrocked;
reduce the weekly bill for dairy butter. ind then seal for winter use.
6:10 a. in.
7:30 a. m.
Bare are the shivering limbs o f shameless trees;
Fruit butters may be prepared by the
6:45 a. m.
8:05 a. m.
What wonder is it that the corn is shocked.
A Harmless Julep.
housewife at a cost less than they can
In California the papers are announcing the
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9:50 a. m.
The author o f the above has uncovered every be had In the shops. As a rule, a
Ten Julep.—Take some strong ten and
amount o f recent rainfall in big black letters.
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thing except his name. Another example of
homemade butter Is purer In quality pour slowly Into glasses that have been
All o f which is all right for California but in
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2:25 p. m.
and more palatable than one o f factory filled with cracked Ice. on top of which
the inconsistency o f man who so seldom succeeds
Washington county we are blessed with such an
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5:00 p. m.
has been placed a thick slice o f lemon,
in planting his boots in the footprints o f his
abundance o f nature’s nectar that we forget that
6:00 n. m.
7:20 p. m.
This Keeps Well.
a sprig o f mint and a lump or two of
each drop means a kernel o f wheat or a drop o f
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9:25 p. m.
Cider Apple Butter.—Put ten gallons sugar There should be sufficient Ice
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10:50 p. m.
o f apple cider In a copper kettle and In each glass to thoroughly chill the
ly before we reached that place came
"Jefferson Street Station.
l turned, and there stood our Hwiss boll It down to five gallons.
Spiced Ten.—For each spoonful of
up with a couple o f Swtss girl* dressed
Add slowly three pecks o f good cook
In the costume o f the country
SOUTH ERN PACIFIC
••Stung” cried Billy, and the girls ing apples that have been peeled and tea take two or three cloves. Let the
It occurred to both Billy and me that
quartered, stir continually and boll cloves steep In the ten When cold add
burst into s laugh
Ait F orest G rov
If we could walk the rest o f the way
from four to five hours.
Add five the Juice o f a lemon and two lumps of
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8:40 a. m.
with two pretty girls—no girl could be
ounces o f ground cinnamon and ten | sugar to each plot o f tea infusion. Mix
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homely In the Swiss costume—It would
Real Estate Transfer«
pounds o f sugar. Cool; to tbe desired j thoroughly and serve very cold. Chill
on lee. but do not put Ice Into the
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be away ahead o f trudging alone by
thickness and put away In jars.
L v F orest G rove
A r P ortlan
our own uninteresting selves. As we
T J Baldwin and w f etal to E
Peach Butter.—Take ripe peaches liquid.
passed them 1 bowed very politely, j M Robinson lots l i , 12, blk 7 and boll until well cooked. Press
W ith Gann©« V egeiaoiv*.
10:20 a. m.
8:24 a. m.
took off my cap and. pointing to a ! Sauth Park Addition to Forest through a colander. To every pound
Tomato Omelet.—Take three toma
*8:40 a. in.
10 00 a. m.
mountain whose name I knew as well ! Grove
$10 of pulp add three-fourths of a pound toes, scald and skin them. Melt a
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6:20 p. m.
as my own, asked In German—the lan
of sugar. Tie some spices In a small small piece of butter In a saucepan, to •Sunday only
tDaily except Sunday
guage mostly spoken In this part of
bag. drop It Into the boiling fruit mix which add a teaspoonful each o f chop
Frank Sells and w f 20,000 sq ft ture and boll It until tbe fruit Is well ped onion and chopped parsley. Sea
Switzerland—what It was.
•"That’s the Eiger.” replied one o f the in s i o f nw J se Jl n 3 w 10 spiced, then remove. Let the butter son with pepper and salt, put In the
tomatoes, stir them around and let
Western Fuel Co to C B Wood- cook until It Is thoroughly done.
1 boldly expatiated on the beauty of worth 15 a in 3 s 2
Plum Butter.—Wash the plums and them remain In the hot butter for two
tbe scenery, envied those who lived
put them Into th# preserving kettle. or three minutes. Turn out the mix
A M Collver and w f to J M Boll them until they are well cooked; ture and set It aside till quite cold.
always In tbe Alps, and as soon as I
ran out of something to say Billy took Meredith et al 10 a in W W Cat then take off the fire, let them cool and Bent three eggs and stir In the cold
10 rub them through the colander. To tomatoes. Place a lump o f butter In
up the dialogue. The girls did not ching die in sec K2 1 n 3
seem averse to forming our acquaint
B L Berkey and w f to R A improve the flavor, to every two quarts a frying pan and when It is hot pour In
ance. and It was not long before we M dntire sw J o f se J section o f plums add a medium sized musk- the mixture. Leave it over the fire un
separated them. Billy walking beside 28 2 n 2
$1700 melou. H alf a pound of sugar Is re til the edges are firm, and then hold
one, 1 beside the other. We both pre
quired for each pound o f fruit pnlp. the pan in front o f the fire till It rises
E L Stream to • M M Stream Boll gently for three hours. Then sktm to the top. Serve It at once.
A Short Dissertation on Photos tended to be Germans of the lower
class, though not Swiss. I got In as 13.51 a in R Williams die No. 32, and stir frequently. Put It Into glass
Cut Making and Dr. Chas.
many nice things to my girl as I could sec 31 1 n 2. Also tract in said Jars and senl for winter use.
think of, and she being to the country claim adjoining Jackson St
born and unsophisticated I didn’t hesi
Crabapple Butter.—Take half a bush
tate to lay It on thick. Every now and
again I could hear Billy, who was It 4 blk 1 Valley View add to
It is not generally known just what walking with the other girl only a few
S. A. WALKER
Trustees o f the Oregon Con-
kind o f a photograph is required for a yards ahead of me. doing the same
ferance o f the United Evangeli
newspaper cut. Some people think
When we reached Lauterbrunnen cal Chnrch, through the presi
that a poor photo will make a good
the girls bid us goodby, saying that
cut if doctored up in the art room o f they lived In a chalet beyond the town. dent and secretary o f said board
o f Trustees to Mrs H E Mosher,
We were near a refreshment house
While it is time that the artists can standing beside the rond. and I Invit Mrs J H Wescott and L Kober-
c porch u for
^ stein, Trustees o f the Gaston
make improvements by a touch here, ed them to go up on to the
1st Ave. N., near Main St.
and there to make a first class news a cheese sandwich and a glass' of the United Evangelical church It 3
paper cut or reproduction requires a beer they drink over there, which is so blk 2 town o f Gaston
We are prepared to do
first class photograph. The better the dreadfully mild that It wouldn't Intox
J A Thornburg and w f 'o F Ver-
the very best o f all
icate a mouse. After a consultation hooven ¿int in 6 a in J Griffin
picture the better the cut.
kind o f shoe work.
Dr. Chas Lester Large o f this city
die No 56 No 56, 1 n 2.
mind being refreshed after a long
has been writing for newspapers for
PeterBoke and w f to A T Bux
walk, and we all four went up on to
lo these many years, and has sent prob
the porch, took a table and called for ton et al Trustees for the Pleas
Special attention given
ably as many pictures to the Oregonian the beer abd sandwiches.
ant Valley Amusement Associa
to crippled feet.
and the Evening Telegram as any cor
Billy was talking glibly about our tion 28*45 adjoining land o f
respondent in Oregon, yet the little life on the fnrm at home when one of school District No 27 on the
Doctor had one put over on him the the girls said:
"You are not a farmer; neither Is be.
other day when he sent a picture of
The First National Bank to the Tele You are both gentlemen.”
1 looked at Billy, and Billy looked Boke w £ o f It 4 blk 43 city o f
He was in a hurry and was sure that
“ How did you find that out?” I
he would miss the mails if he took the
A Coughlan. tract in tract 6,
customary care o f sending the photo
“ W e have so many tourists about us | Gaston acres,
between eardwood, so he carried on a all tbe time that we could tell their
little debate with himself and convlnc-1 nationality no matter what disguise j
ed his psychic ego
meaning the little they might put on. You are not Ger
Doctor that he could double the photo man either.
Don't you suppose we
up cram it in an envelope and get it to can tell a German from a Frenchman
The Telegram in time to scoop the or an Englishman?”
“ What nationality are we?” Billy
Journal and the artists down there
would doctor it for the Doctor.
"You wenr French clothes, but you
However, the return mail brought a
are-not French. You arc either Eng
message to the little Doctor from Paul lish or American.
E G E TAB LE S which have been
I think you are
News Editor o f The American.”
left over from the previous day’s
Telegram who said that if they should
“ By Jove, Billy.” I exclaimed In the
meals may be successfully utl
run the broken photo, “ It would look plain American language, “ they're llzed In the making of esculoped daln-
like a certain well known colored gen-1 smarter than 1 thought they were!”
- ties These baked vegetables are both
The girls were very much tickled tempting and wholesome. They are
tleman stroking a black cat in a dark
that they bad been able to tell our na es|ieeially suitable for the juvenile
room at midnight.
They asked ua to teach members of the family and for d.vspep-
No doubt had this been run the im
them a little English. So I told the ties or those who are compelled to be
pressionistic brain storm faddists and
one I had walked with to pronounce
cubist culturists would have prononneed the words “ I love you." She spoke careful about wbat they ca t
Baked With Cheese.
it a perfect dear.
I them. "1 lofe you,” and asked me to
Celery Escalojied With Cheese.—
translate them Into German, but tbere
Take three cupfuls of diced celery, a
was a look In her eye that made me
pint of milk, a cupful of diced cheese,
suspect that she already had an Idea
one and a half cupfuls of soft crumbs,
| as to their meaning. I told her they
a little saIt and paprika and two ta
I meant 'Thank you ”
blespoonfuls of butter.
Meanwhile Billy was amusing him
Save the outer stalks o f the celery
self by telling the girl to say "Kiss
and cut them Into dice. Cook In three
me.” telling her the words meant
cupfuls of water, drain, reserve the li
•'Good m orning"
Billy and I kept
quor and add It to the milk. Tut a
looking at each other, Inughlng over
Bv REGINALD D. HAVEN
layer of crumbs In the bottom of a
the fun we were having, and by and
buttered baking dish, add a layer of
i by the girls said they must go on home
Billy Itlggs and 1, being In l'arla We asked permission to attend them, celery, then one o f cheese, season, dot
with butter and re|>eat till the disb is
when the warm season was coming but they declined
At parting one o '
i full. Bake In a moderate oven.
jn. thought we would go to Switzer them said:
Been loped Tomatoes.—Take half a
land. We had both been In Europe
“ We thank you for your kindness,
several years studying languages and gentlemen Though we are only poor -•an of tomatoes and season with a ten
were well equipped with both French Swiss farmers' daughters, we seem to spoonful o f salt, a saltspoonful o f pep
;>er and the Juice of an onion. Add a
and German. So we concluded to i have amused you."
cupful o f minced celery. Butter a bak
tramp atmuL mingling with tbe people,
“ The thanks are due to you," I ra
and not give away the fact that we piled, “ slme you have given us a very ing dish, put In half of the tomatoes,
then a layer o f buttered soda crackers
were Americans. We went to Inter ! pleasant hour ”
sprinkled with two heaping table-
laken by train and from there laid out
"IFm 't you think." said Billy, “ that
spooufuls of grated American cheese
there was some sheuanlgan about
Then add the tomatoes, sprinkle with
One o f the first we made was to those glrla?"
■ crumbs and bits o f butter and bake.
Grtiiilelwald and thence up the aide of
"W hat do you mean?”
Mad* With Cream Sauce.
the mountain to Schcldegg. There we
''Seems to me ihey know more than
Ears loped Potatoes.— Pare the pota
got a good dinner, after which we we think they do."
walked up a short distance to a point
A week later we were In the casino toes and cut In small cubes. Make a
when* we could see the glacier, it at Lucerne when I heard a woman's cream satire. Cook two cupfuls o f pn
was very wild mul magnificent and all voice la-hind me speaking with the Into cubes lit ladling salted water tin
til tender, but not broken. Butter a
that, but seeing such sights Is net real American accent.
what I am going to tell you about In
"For Heaven's sake. Jute, where baking dish, drain the potatoes, put
the afternoon we walked down the bate you been all this time? I've Into the dish and cover with the sauce
mountain to Lauterbrunnen and short
, Stir two tnblcspootifuls of melted but
beeg looking for you everywhere."
1914 JANUARY 1914
T w T t
ONE ON THE DOCTOR PUT
OVER BY JOURNALIST
FOREST GROVE UNDERTAKING CO.
J. S. Buxton, Manager
Phone No. 642 Forest Grove, Or.
M ain Street G a ra g e
W a KLER k LIDYARD
Auto Repairing, Vulcanizing and
General Machine Work. Storage
and Supplies. Phone Main X
W . A . CHALM ERS,
UP-TC DATE MACHINERY
M a in Street, Forest G ro ve.
^K lT G liE N
A ll M e n ’s and B o y ’s Suits and O vercoats
j G u p b o a r d
A ll Lad ies’ Suits and Coats
A l l S w eaters fo r M en , W o m e n an d Children
REDUCTION ON ALL LINES
Mingling W ith
U n d erw ear
M e n ’s Shirts
Rubbers, Overalls and Groceries
Dress G ood s
A ll D ry G o o d s
BAILEY’S BIG STORE
J O H N E. B A I L E Y