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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 24, 1916)
DRS. HEDLUND, n r i i ' P | C
SKIFF 6 MILLER,
Util 1 1 0 I J ,
T o k . ploaaura In announflln« that lhay i n lo-
raiad at 4M-4M M orssn bid* , (4th flourl. Waah
Inatpn at lin tod w ar. Portland. O r a . whore thar
will ba plaaaaU to m a t thalr frlanda and patlan U
'I h**aa i.ffliota will lia conducted on a poller uf o»rv
loo at modorote p r l c . to 1 1 1 . I—at o f our ability
W a alwaya aland baiilnd our work, aa wo know
that a aatlaOad patlant la and ahall a lw a ra I mp tha
Dr. EW T. H «fluid,
Dr. Seyn«r S Skiff.
Dr, J. Howard Miller,
According to the lat<-at figures, the
htgheat prl<■«•a paid por M feet for raw
material fc/ any Industry In the Htate
of Oregon wan by the manufacturers
of vehicles and vehicle parta. Only A P P E T I Z I N G
D I8 H E S
amali quantities and highest grades
HOT W EATHER.
are used. This covers not only the
manufacture hut kite repair of wagonn,
carriages and automobiles, and In
cludes the local demand only.
Apples, C slery, and W a ln u ts M ixed
SALADS IN SUMMER I
W e ll Together M ake One of the
The Florida National Forest Is one
Best— W atercress Is Excellent
of the self supporting forests, due to
— W ith O ran ge s and G r a p e *
the system which the Government has
T cU p k eiM . M sroh tl! D6 .
Apple, C elery and W alnu t S alad .—
turpentining In such s way that the
perpetuity of the forest Is assured.
Cut Into cubes two nppit-s, pared, and
one apple with the red skin left on, a
About 1 % million pounds of artifi few stalks o f celery and a cupful of
cial silk made directly from wood pulp wulnut m eat*
Stir In a howl with
Bought, «old ant! repaired.
are used annually In the United some salud dressing. Pile a spoonful
pliea o f all kinda. Out o f town
trade a aporialty. W rite ua.
articles as linings, tapestries, neckties,
the dressing on top. Use the rest of
ribbons and sweaters.
R. I I BLOCKER
the lettuce head for lettuce sand
For the hi^h flyers, or the low flyers, “ Leader” and
276 Taylor Street
A plan of cooperation between for wiches at supper time.
“ Repeater’7shells have the reach, spread and penetra
eat officers and poatofflce employes
W ate rcre ss S alad . —Make an ordi
Their great sale is due to these qualities, which
nary potato salud. chopper! potatoes,
PORTLAND Y. M. C. A.
rural mall carriers and postmasters In with a little raw onion. Arrange In
insure a full bag.
Made in many gauges and loads.
or near national forests are to report ovul mound on platter. Divide Into
B E SU R E TO A SK FO R T H E W BRA N D
the discovery of forest fires to the
nearest forest officer.
Oftmrm iirs rtlrs l >hop trsinlnff In fVmntruction and
knives In the salad. Cover two op-
( HwriUon o f AuUimobiU»
H p *d tl d t U l M In
Wound« cleansed by Hanford's Hal poalte corners with chopped beets. Of
formation furnUhml lmrna<llat«ly on rwjowit. En*
the remaining two corners cover one
tmr any tim «. A»Mr*aa Tb« K a*u tra r. Y. M. C. A . sam.
P o r tU r u i, O n g o n
with sifted yolk of hurd-bolled egg 1
IF YO U HAVE
and the other with the white, chopped.
Mrs. Crump looked at her friend, j
Fimmd M fw h a r a ,Delà y F*y K ille r »tU v .tm « a d k ill» »11
Mrs. Minks, and sighed as her husband set away to chill. Just before serving ( U * . N « a i. clama. oruemanUJ. eoevem en t, » « d cfcesp
r HAWTHORNE AUTO SCHOOL ’ went out of the room.
remove knives and In the cross left
you should try Anti-Uric, the famous
"Ah. my dear, It's a sad thing to aee put sprays of parsley. Also surround
'I h* only Aut/ifnoUU School on Ih * } ’ »•
remedy made from Roots and Berries.
rifle (> «6 1 maintaining a (¿aa Tractor
my old man losing his hair that way sulud with pursley. This salad Is very j
Ille r I t is guaranteed to cure this cruel dis
IMrpt.. t «tag l l » l t I at«rpillar. C. 1« IU . i
T racklayer and W h irl Tractor», both In Uw
_________ i t r ease in every stage.
yourself, Mrs. Minks!"
•chool and ot*«rating fl«Id.
HAKOLO S O M C B S, IS O O oKalk A » » . . C r e o k l,* , M. T .
W e want every reader o f this paper
i d Hawthorne A » »
who is suffering from Rheumatism in
It is. A fter my George had his Illness cupfuls o f diced cooked potatoes with
any form to try this discovery. Every
In the spring his hair fairly moulted one cupful o f broken pecan meats, j
package guaranteed or money refund
o ff of him, and now hla head's as sprinkle
with salt, marinate with
smooth as sm ooth!"
“ I got off a good joke on my wife ed. Price |1.50 prepaid, or we w ill
French dressing, turn Into u salad
send by Parcel Post C. O. D. Circu
"It must be so uncomfortable, what '
bowl rubbed lightly with garlic, sur t’uther day,” admitted Gap Johnson, of lars and convincing testimony free.
with files and things, not to speak of
round with watercress and garnish ; Rumpus Ridge, Ark.
“ She recited Address A N T I-U R IC CO., 102 Sher
the cold. Mrs. Minks."
suthin’ that she’d read in a book she wood Building, San Francisco.
"W ell, do you know, It's not the files ; with halves o f pecan nut (neat*
that worry him so much, nor yet the j
Ve al and C abbage Salad.— Mix two got hold of Sommer’s about Man’s
Raise o f ore cent in your buiterfat
cold. It's having to wear his hat In i cupfuls of cold cooked veal cut Into work extends from sun to sun, but
prices. Checks for each shipment
the bed room when he washes himself, dice with one cupful of finely chopped woman's work is never done,’ and it
by return mail.
as you'll find out with your good man. I cuhbnge, moisten with salnd dressing peared to give her considerable satis
B o o f b t . Sold . R e n te d and R e p a ir e d
You sec, not having any hair to go by i
And I says, ‘Good reason ,
SHIP US A LL YOUR CREAM
W A L K E R ELECTRIC WORKS
now, he can't tell when he's finished j and serve In nests o f lettuce leave*
why,’ said I, 'she never gets started!’
Burnside, cor. 10th. Portland. Ore.
O ran ge and Grape Salad. — Pare two —Just like that. Yaw-haw! haw !”—
washing hts face unless he keeps his
hat on. That's the bother of It."— seedless oranges, cutting deep enough Judge.
to remove all the white, and cut the j
pulp Into small pieces. Add an equal
Home Medicine Chest.
“ I like to clean up my work in *
For thrush, cleanse and dry the foot quantity of mnluga gnijK-s from which
Keep your medicines in one place, hurry."
and make thorough applications of the seeds have been removed and one out of reach of children. Be sure to
“ I find it advisable to string it out
Hanford's Malsam of Myrrh. Adv.
tahlespoonful o f canned pimento cut have Hanford's Balsam of Myrrh on a little, so that I will always have
Into tiny strips; moisten with French hand for emergency use. It should something on my desk in case a bore
dressing and serve In nests of lettuce take the fire out of burns, heal cuts, comes In," said his friend, taking np
K tiptur» tm aUd mechanically.
remove soreness and be worth many some papers.
lilg h ra t taatimontala. Ha-
Call or w eit«.
times over Its co st Adv.
Then the other man looked at him
man. who looks as though he could
T u r n ip and O nion Salad. — Peel one
queerly and went out.
JO H NSO N A U M B ARGER
lift half hundredweights In each hand large white and one yellow turnip, boll
No Audience Wanted.
411-412 A baby Bu ildin «. Port Used O ragiM
as easily as he picks up his palette.
Caller— I would like to secure a
An elderly rustic, who had been In salted water until tender, drain,
standing watching him palntlug by the cool and cut Into dice. Peel aud cut a place In your moving picture company.
"Cheerful guy, that.”
medium sized Bermuda onion In thin
roadside, approached him.
“ What's the matter?”
Manager— You are au actor?
W E P A Y MORE FOR
"N o offense, sir, he began, "but Is j slic e* Arrange the turnips and onions
"H e called on me the other day
OLD AUTO TIRES
anything the matter wl' jrer?"
Manager— Had any experience act when I was ill and the first thing he
in alternate layers In^the form o f a
Ik* a d mim
WtMt fw a A a
"N o ," answered
"whal. pyramid, surround wtth slices o f hard- ing without audiences?
OKEGON V U L C A N IZ IN G (X)..
said was that our front room was go
660 Waahington HL.
makes you ask?"
Caller— Acting without audiences is ing to be an awkward place to get a
boiled eggs and pickled beets cut In
"Y e r haln't lame, are yer?"
coffin out of.”— Detroit Free P res*
what brought me here.
fancy shapes and serve with French
"L am e! Good gracious, n o !"
"Y e r haln't 'ad a misfortune In any or boiled dressing.
To and from all pntnta on household roods. piano«,
Inform ation cheerfully given. way? The sclatlcar or lombager, that's
kind o' laid yer by?"
Fried Frogs* L e g *
Pacific Coast Forwarilng Co..
“ N o; I ’m as well as I have always
Place two dozen frogs' legs In an
earthen dish containing a marmalade '
The rustic drew himself up and
HIDES, PELTS, CA8CARA BARK,
composed o f two tablespoonfuls of
gazed scornfully at the artist.
oil, the Juice o f a small lemon,
WOOL AND MOHAIR.
“ An' yer call yerself a man, an’ can
Wt vut« r*4 lm Writ« far pricti uf shipping tags sit thcer a'dotu.; o' that," he aald. one ainnll onion sliced, a branch of
parsley, two bay lea ve* one-half tea
THI H. P. N orton C o . Nrtlaai. Ora, Seattle. M b "W ell, I’m b le st!"
spoonful of salt and one fourth tea
Obstinate Bores should be cured by spoonful of paprika. Drain, sprinkle
Eye« inflamed by expo* Hanford's Malsam. Adv.
lightly with salt and pepper, dip In
•ure to Saa. Best and WlaJ
milk and roll In flour. Fry In smok
uickJy relieved by Msriao
ing hot oil until colored a light brown.
to consult you," she Garnish with pursley and eervo with ;
ire Comfort. At
Bottle. Jlariae Eye said to her lawyer.
I Druggist's 5 Oc per Botti
"W hat Is the trouble?"
Lem on Sauce. — Put the Juice of a
SalvtiuTunei2tc. For B*ok*lfker>efree.ik
“ I have received three proposals of large lemon In a double boiler with
D ruggini or Marisa Eye Reawdy Ce., Chicago
marriage and I do not know which to
one-half cupful of butter, a dash each
“ Which man has the most money?” o f salt and pepper nnd beat until It be
“ Do you Im agine?" she asked, "that comes thick nnd hot, but do not nllow
If I knew I would consult yog or any It to bolt. Stir tn the benten yolks of
Beef, Poultry, other law yer?"— Philadelphia Public two eggs nnd remove from the lire.
Butter, Eggs &
Serve h ot
MOTORCYCLES ..d BICYCLES
•• a n d “R e p
S hot S hells
ea d er
ea t er
K ill A ll F lie s ! "-S Â T
H azelw ood Shippers
Oregon Hernia Institute
REDUCED FREIGHT RATE8
To the Old Reliable R verd in r house with a
record o f 46 year» o f Square 1 V alin e* and be
Top Market Price*.
F. M. CRONKHITE,
45-47 Front Si,
P . N . U.
N o . 3 4 , 1016
W H E N w ritin g to a d ra rtlM n , picas*
TT Uoo this paper.
In the W r o n g Place.
The childless parson sought to cheer
the parent of an overflow ing house
"M y man, you must learn to be con
tented,” he said. "Mouths are never
sent without bread to fill them.”
"M aybe you are right,” said the par
ishioner, "but the mouths are all sent
to our house and the bread to yours.”
“ One o f my hens laid an egg with
the date 1920.”
“ You want to encourage that breed.
Those eggs con come out of cold stor
age and sell as extra fresh."— Louis
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GOOD Paint Means GOOD Results
See Your Local Dealer Now
H E H A S IT.
LINK’S BUSINESS COLLEGE
Fall Term Opens Tues., Sept. 5th
Save Money by Enrolling N ow .
W rite us today. It will pay you.
A. T. LINK, Principal.
Phon« Main 5083
Tilford Bld’g, Tenth and Morrison Sts., Portland, Or.
Fruit C o o k ie *
One cupful sugar, one-hnlf cupful
butter, one-hnlf cupful rich milk or
cream, two well-beaten e g g * two cup
fuls sifted flour, one-hnlf cupful cur
rants, one cupful rntslns, one teu-
spoonful cinnamon, one tenspoonful
cream tartar nnd one-hnlf tenspoonful
soda. Drop on buttered tins.
W e st Indian Salad.
Tuke two medlum-slxed cucumbers,
remove any seed* four or five young
onions, the outside o f one lurge green
pepper (no seeds) and put nil In chop
ping bowl. Chop (not too finely), sea
son with sa'.t, popper and vinegar.
Serve Icy cold with Ush or cold meat.
It tells you how to save money on your stump blast
ing. It show’s in 40 illustrations the most effective ways
o f preparing charges, loading and blasting stumps with
Deviled S a r d in e *
Remove the skins from the snrdlne*
place on a buttered plate, senson with
Worcestershire sauce, mustard nnd
cayenne. Cover with buttered crumbs
nnd hake till brown. Serve very hot.
STUMPING — AGRICULTURAL.
This valuable book was written especially to suit Western
conditions—by men who have blasted hundreds of acres of
stumps like xours. It contains many letters from Pacific Coast
farmers, telling why they prefer the Giant Farm Powders.
When Closet Room Is Scarce.
A nickel towel ruck, which can be
pucliased Including screws, for ten
cents, fastened to the shelf o f your
closet on which to suspend extra coat
nnd skirt hanger* will Increase your
closet room 50 per cent, nnd will keep I
your skirts and coats from being
Another Lure of Publicity.
Many a man donates to some public
movement the money he might well
have us(>d to pay his butcher, baker,
or grocer.— Macon News.
F arm pow ders
Make This T e it : Get a 25- or 50-lb. rase o f either o f the Giant Farm
Powders— Giant Stumping for wet work and Eureka Stumping, which cost* less,
for dry work (also used by careful blasters for wet work). Get another rase o f
any ether powder. Blast with both and you will find that Giant Farm Powders
go further and therefor* cost less.
Dealers everywhere carry Giant Farm Powders in stock, or can secure them.
I f yours does not we will see that you are supplied.
1 7 «»
D a a L . IT m a a
W c issue five helpful books on blasting-—Stump
D O O K S F a C C . Blasting. Boulder Blasting, Better Orchard
Tillage, Subsoil Blasting and Ditch Blasting. Choose the ones that you prefer
and write for them today, N O W , before you lay this aside. A post card will do.
THE GIANT POWDER CO„ CON.,
E v e ry th in g f o r B lo atin g
H O IK
BRANCH OFFICES I Soattlo. Spokano, Portland. Soil Loire City. Dowvor