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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 9, 1916)
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RPtUAL RATES ST WEEK OR MONTH
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Pii««-. Flam«, Pumrs, Galea. Welro,
Tanks, Truughe, Kilo*.
cialist- on Irrigation and Drainage
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reread te SM te SUT Hunted. St, fart
land. Or*, lorpaat Hr* Ratter Maat
ta U m Nartkwaat (ouater aarrtaa a
■parlai ly U ta Haraal Kte.
Invent ten ef Montane Man Permits
Live Stock to Molp Themsolvoe
— Dsvlos Easily Cleaned.
TH EY CAN BE U TILIZE D TO AD
VANTAG E AND MEAN ECONOMY.
Helping those who help themselves
teems to be the lot of the I-ord, or
Providence, or whoever yon wish to
Mew to Keep Them If They Are Not five the credit, o f pigs as well as pete
to Be Used the Rems Day— Rems
pie. Various feeding tests of the state
Recipes for Use of Left-Over
experiment stations, notably Iowa.
•iave proved tills to be true. Now every
body Is getting patents on self-feed-
Of all the Irft over remnants o f food «■rs for live stock. The one shown
train the kitchen breed Is the most •iere Is s recent patent of n Hillings
common, perba|is, nnd many pieces
are dally thrown uwuy which a little
thought would torn to excellent sae.
I f the le fto v e r pieces are tw*t utilised
the same day, uu excellent plan Is to
wrap them In plrec« of waxed paper
and store them In m stone Jur. They
will keep weil for a w<«ek In this way.
Dried Crumbs for Stuffing and Meet
Frying.— Put the crust* and small
pieces In a ticking pun nnd dry In the
oven without burning. Th«-y may then
bo put through the food chopper end
■torsd Ln rlnan nuamiii jura until want
ed. They may be used as a basis for
Self-Feeder for Stock.
meat croquette«, poultry stuffing and (Mont.) man. There is a corrugated
feed roller at the proper point on the
French toast may be made from the darited bottom of the bin. Kelow this
whole slice* of left over breed. It Is
roller Is a feed trough, and on the
an excellent Itiurlieoii pick-up dish.
roller Is an eccentric and feed rods
Heat un egg end add a little milk. Dip
having downwardly projecting prongs
the slices of bread In tills and fry a
connected to the eccentric. This ar
nice brown In hot diTpiiliiga. Herr# rangement makes it possible to keep
with butter, Jelly or umniiulsde.
the feeder cleaned out, so that old
Bread Custard Pudding.—<!\it the feed does not stick to the sides and
breed In dainty shapes and butter lib-
In the comers to spoil and harm new
crnlly. Make a plain custard of eggs, feed put Into the feeder.— Farming
milk and sugar. Pot In baking dish Business.
and float the battered breed on top.
Bprlnkl* with grated nutmeg and bake
In a quick oven until brown. This Is DEVICE FOR CANDLING EGGS
To tusk* croutons for the various Essential Principle Is Streng Light In
Opaque Case— Sun le as Effective
soups so much relished In summer, cat
the breed In rubes and fry ln better
or dripping Just U-fore nerving with
Various devices for candling eggs,
the soup. Add live or six to each plat*
or testing them. Is used, but all have
of soup. Them- are delicious with al
for the essential principle a strong
most any soup.
light ln a ruse, which Is opaque, ex-
Bread Jelly for Invalids-— Kcwld the
rept for un egg-shaped opening.
stale bread freed from crust*. AAenh to
a puste until of mushllke <-«>nslateucj .
Add u little sugar und flu vising, mold.
Chill and serve with cream.
Bterlllxed breed crumbs are («p e rla l
ly valuable for the young children ln
the household. A Jur should l>e kept
filled with theme. They limy he Invited
when wanted and sprinkled In aoft
egg*, soups, milk, fruit Juices and. In
deed. anything eaten hy very young
children where fresh hreud Is often
Dried bread Is also valuable for mix
ing with various other foods for feed
Ing the household jwt*.
•lightly smaller than an egg.
>gg Is placed before the opening so
One-half cupful chopped salt pork. -he light cun cotue through 1L
Fill cup with boiling water, let etnnd may wuy to candle eggs Is to use a
Do the work In
a few minutes to dissolve, two-third* leavy paper tube.
cupful molasses, finish filling cup with (he bright sunlight and It will be as
sour milk, one teaspoonful each of •ffectlve as though using a strong eleo-
sodn. cinnamon, cloves und nutmeg, rle light.
•hp Was Rhopplrg.
Sh* bad b«*n silting In lb * furni
ture shop for nearly two hours. In
specllng tb* stock of linoleums
after roll Ihs perspiring assistant
brouRbt out, but still she seemed dta
satisfied. From her dress bs Judged
bar to I s I parson of wealth, and
thought It likely she would bars a
good ordsr to glvs. When at last be
had shown her tba last roll be paused
•Tin sorry, madam," bs said apolo
getically. “ but if you could wait 1
could gsl some inure piece* from the ons cupful chopped rultdns, three and
Perhaps you would call one-half or four cupfuls flour. Steam CLEANLINESS IS BIG FACTOR
s i s I e "
Tbs prospective customer gathered
Sauce for Budding.—One cupful Arrange Plenty of Clean Nests for
her belongings together and rose from
sugar, two cupfuls (Milling water, one-
Layer*— Keep Undeelrable-Leoklng
Egg* for Home Use.
“ Tee. do.** she said, with a gracious half teaspoonful each o f salt and nut
■mile, “ and ask them to send you ons meg. Thicken with two tewspooufula
An Important fnctor In poultry sue-
or two with very small designs, suit flour. Remove from stove, add a ta
able for putting In tbs bottom of s blespoonful of good sharp vinegar and •ese la cleanliness. Arrange plenty of
canary’s cags. "--Chicago Journal.
•lean neats for the layers. Thin-shelled
piece o f butter.
ind dirty egg» abould be kept for the
"Anuric” cures Backache, I-uinbaRu,
tome table and the dean, uniform
Rheumatism. Send 10c.
Dr. V. M.
•ggs—end they nearly all abould be
Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y ., for large trial
.his If proper care I* taken— abould be
late. a tnblespoonful o f milk, two eggs, tot on to some other table Just as
one quarter tablcsjKtouful of baking toon as possible. I f you once secure a
*T can not understand why my sec powder, three ounces o f powdered firing of customers who know the vast
Ufference between a good egg and a
ond husband is so fastidious," con sugar.
fussed a Washington lady to ber
Creum the butter nnd sugar togeth >ne-month-old. you can keep these cus
bosom friend. “ He scarcely eeU any er. beat In the eggs, next add the tomer* Just as long hs you keep your
thing. My first husband, who, died, chocolate, cornstarch. Intklng powder product up to the standard. But do
used to eat everything 1 cooked for
and sufficient milk to make a thick natter how good nor bow fresh the
•ggs, these customers will fall you If
“ IMd you tell your present husband batter (rather over a tahlespoouful rou offer them dirty eggs.
It Is well to know the age o f the
Have ready 12 little heart «lisped
T h a t '« the reason." — Pittsburgh tins well greased. Divide the mixture *ggs sold, hut tinles« you can put them
between them and hake for half an n the hands of the user the day after
(hey are laid, do not put the date on
hour In a moderate oven.
“This play Is a howling success.“
“ Of course. That come* from try
ing It on the dog.“— Baltimore Ameri
Half doeen apples, half pint water, DIFFICULT TO PROCURE HELP
on# cupful canned cherrlea, one cupful
sugar, aix candled cherrlea. pare the Aerleus Problem on Farm# Where
apples end remove the cores; put Into
Milking Is Den* A fter Men Have
a deep pan with sugar and water,
Worked Hard in Field.
cover tightly and boll until the apple*
In many localities the farmer who
A list y BMg, Pert lewd. Or.
are tender. Turn often, at the sirup
many cows finds It the hardest
Ite. (Ouate* Pin a*«, IW
topi te IS#
Cur*." hrlter ■*» hoe*
ple Into an Individual serving dish, :o procure help. Is this because the
ate rad M
S a a r re rei ted
about the edges place the Jelly formed nllklng Is done after a full day has
kith and happl
by the sirup, and let cool. M il the >een put In ln the field? Isn't milking
center of each apple with cherries and ts murh s part of the farm work aa
serve with whipped cream topped with rutting corn or pitching hay? It has
xlwaya seemed ao to me. The man who
a candled cherry.
Tie# to get his milking done for noth-
ng by working the hired hands after
Grate very fine H ponnd o f frrwh sours need not he surprised If good
cocoannt and let It simmer gently for sands travel around hla fnnu when
a qunrter of an hour In two quarts ooklng for work.
of heef broth. Strain the liquid and
Remedy for Lousy Hens,
thicken with Vi ntp o f ground rice.
I f hens are lousy, rub a piece of
Benson with a little salt, cayenne nnd
mare. Just before serving, add a cup slue ointment the slr-e of a pea Into
b e skin Just beneath the vent and on
ful of thick cream.
b e underside of the wings.
Write about year waata In this lias to
To Remove Iodine Stains.
Coop for Broody Hens«
F IN K E B R O S
Immerse Ihe stained nrtlcies Imme
Broody hens should be removed to
IU M a it e a H ,
has been added about two tenspooafuls slat-bottomed coops as soon as dls-
overed. Leave them there until they
o f plain household ammonia.
No. 48, ISIS
P. N. U.
DR. R. A. PHILLIPS
The High Calling of Motherhood
S E L F -F E E D E R S ARE POPULAP
d em a nd » the utmost precaution in maintain
ing health at high efficiency.
It is doubly important and nothing in the world is
so needful as S cott's Em ulsion, good cheer and
S c o t t 's E m u ls io n makes the blood
rich and pure. It contains the vital flesh-
huilding and b o n e -b u ild in g properties
end insures abundant nourish
ment. It strengthens the nerves
and creates energy and vitality
during this period.
Expectant and nursing mothers
always need Scott’ s Emulsion.
YOUR DRUGGIST HAS IT l>-tt
W. L. D O U G L A S
“ THE SHOE T H A T HOLDS ITS S H A P E ”
$ 3 .0 0
$ 3 .6 0
$ 4 .0 0
$ 4 *5 0
$ 5 .0 0
S a v e M o n e y b y W e a r i n g W . i . D o u g la s
s h o e « . F o r s a le b y o v e r 9 0 0 0 s h o e d e a le r s .
T h e B ent K n o w n S h o e s in t h e W o r l d .
anf S" w S
. L. Dougla* name and the retail once a stamped on the bot
tom of all shoes at the factory T he value u guaranteed and
the wearer protected against high prices for inferior shoes. T he
retail pr.ee* art the same everywhere. T hey cost no more in San
Franc wee than they do in New Y ork. T hey are always worth the
price paid for them.
“T T ie quality o f W . L. Douglas product is guaranteed by more
I than 40 yean experience in making One shoe:. T he smart
styles ore the leaders in the Fashion Centres o f America.
They art made m a well-equipped factory at Brockton, Mass.,
by the highest paid, skilled tnoemakers, tinder the direction and
supervision o f experienced men, all working with an honest
determination to make the best shots far the price that muoey
A s k 7 * a r s S m d e aler fo r W. I . D o s g l s i shoes. If h e r s s -
aet ssysly 7 0 a with the kind 7 0 a went, take no other
Write for Interesting booklet explaining how to
inf the highest «tnmlnrd of quality lor the price.
tj t o t e m u n it , p o te n g e f r e e .
LOOK FOR W. L Douglas
Dame and the retail pries
»tamped on the bottom.
Bast In the World
$3.00 $2.50 t $2.00
P r e s id e n t O
Not a Square Deal.
Miss Mason was explaining to her
Sunday school class the lesson for the
day, the subject being the tares and
“ Now, remember, children, the tares
represent the bad people and the
wheat the good ones.”
“ Why, Miss M ason!” exclaimed a
rosy cheeked boy, who had been lis
tening through the lesson with deep
lntsreet, “ did you say the tares are
the bad folk and the wheat the good
“ Yes, James,” replied the teacher,
pleased at the lad's lnteresL
“ Well, that's funny, I think!” re
marked the matter-of-fact child. “ It’s
the wheat that gets threshed; the
tares don'L”— Philadelphia Ledger.
Resinol Ointnxat, wkh the help ol Re»mol
Soap, usually removes pimples and makes th.
complexion c le ^ end fresh. 11 is . most valn-
abie household remedy lor sores, burns, chai-
lox». dandruff. etc. Sold brn ll drugrists. For
trial free, write to Rem.ol, Baltimore, hid.
Eyes inflamed by expo-
sure to Sao, Oust and Wlsd
luickJy relieved by Marias
Allen's Foot E v e U a certain cure for hot,
lye Remedy. No Smarting,
sweating, calln., and swollen, aching feet. Sold
by a ll Druggfat*. Price 25 c. Don't accept any
Eye Comfort. A t
substitute Trial package FREE. Addrem
Your Druggist's 50c per Bottle. Marias Ey#
Allan S. Olmsted. Le Roy, N. Y.
SalveinTubes 25c. ForDsoksllkeCyefreeaik
Druggist, or Mariae Eye Bemcdy Cs.. Chicago
Th# Vital P o in t
k Cures While Yon Walk. -
A beautiful yotthg lady Interviewed
a fortune teller on the usual subjects.
“ Lady,” said the clairvoyant, “ you will
visit foreign lands and the courts of
kings and queens. You w ill conquer
all rivals and marry the man of your
choice. Hs w ill be tall and dark and
"And young?” interrupted the lady.
"Yes, and very rich.”
The beautiful lady grasped the for
tune teller’s hands and p rosed them
“Thank you,” she said. "N ow tell
me one thing more. How shall I get
rid of my present husband?”— New
F o n a to n e fox R e - m a r r le d W i d o w s
T h . ramarnte w illow , ( i f now a w idow ) o f Civil
W ar Unten M idi*!*, nailon and m a n n «, may now
Mwaxo pander, on the n om ee o f the A n t (Civil
W ar) buchend. F *r fixed by law and contingent
upon ■>« *>* .
Over di years experience.
A Whitman Oa. W ad iin fton . D. C.
What He Said.
“ Is your husband fond of golf?”
‘‘Fond of it? He Lad the nerve to
tell me the other night that I could
consider r .yself lucky that he had
married me before he was Introduced
to the game."— Detroit Free Press.
Dr. Pierce’s Pellets are best for liver,
bowels and stomach. One little Pellet,
for a laxative— three for a cathartic.
Honesty in Politics.
Politician — Congratulate me, my
dear. I’ve won the nomination!
His W ife (in surprise)— Honestly?
Politician— Now, what in thunder
did you want to bring up that point
for?— Case and Comment
"Young Smith says that Miss Faddy
is his bete notr.”
“ Dear me! He must be awfully fond
Her First Order.
of her to call her a pet name like
Mrs. Youngbrlde (to butcher)— I'v * | th a t”— Baltimore American.
Just thought of something for dinner
my husband is very fond of. You have
LOSSES SORELY PREVENTED
kr CUTTER'S BUCKLES FILLS
Butcher— Yee’m; nice and fresh.
Mrs. Youngbrlde— W ell, please cut
fresh, reliable; (
out the croquettes and I’ll take tbem
V f w ««n,
™ - l v « . - « *K«V 1 ,
with me.— Boston Transcript
T bear your daughter ts going to
marry a baron, Mr. Cashly.
baron is he?”
"W ell, from what I can see of the
advantage he ts golug to be to t h e !
family, I should say he is a barren;
waata.”— Baltimore American.
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Write lor bank)*« ud tnt< jnaalal«.
1 1 d w s s k a .S l t c h l t s F i ll s , S I . 00
S O -d e te I k l M e M lo a F l it s . $ 4 .0 0
U*r**y l.)*c«oc, but C utter’• «implte inJ«mr*t
Th* ouperiorit* ol Cut«*» proriurt» * dj* t* *r«r 11
•I «P».i*lill-lf in VACriMXS AND SIXl'M,
ONLY. I nsist on CUTT& k 'S, 11 twubuiutita.
The Cuti «r Iahet story. Bsrksiey. Cfiltenils
N u t
C a k e
is sim ply delicious w h en m ade w ith
K G B aking P onder
Pure— Healthful— Economical
T h e highest grade o f baking p ow d er pos
sible to buy and yo u r m on ey refunded
if it fails to satisfy.
A sk you r dealer.
Jaques M fg . C o *, Chicago