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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 24, 1916)
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Tillamook Abstract Company
MRS. FRANK TAYLOR, Editor
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If Ton Have a Good Thing Pass it Along.
Tuos. Coaxes, l’anunaNT.
or a b s t r a c t b o o k s
or TILLAMOOK COUNTY. O a HO ON.
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(R. D. Werschkul, Prop.)
Under this head we propose to inaugurate an exchange system of household
help* and your favorite recipes. We believe you will he interested in this and ask
your co-operation in making the Home Department of mutual helpfulness to the
Phone orders filled.
tXKMPL*ric s u e
T. H. COYNE,
whipped together in such a short time
that the time that the cake making is
no longer a bugbear to the cook. Try
this way of making cake just once and
you will never agaiu muke it the old
Make a good dressing as for turkey
and spread it over a two-pound round
steak. Roll it up and de it securely and
put in a cloth bag and boil it for two
hour*. About half an hour before serv
ing, take it from the bag and brown it
For Children’s Parties.
in the oven. Serve it with a good
Dip the feet of “ animal cookies” in
brown sauce or with tomato sauce.
stiff frosting and stand on flat Nabisco
on Sunshine Wafers. These make an
To Make Corn Staich Cake.
Recipe that has been held of value for interesting procession to march around
a birthday cake at a children’s party.
many years is this given below :
Put one half cup of butter in the bis
Hemming a Dress.
cuit pan aud set on back of stove. Put
In my attempt to make a neat hem on
into your mixing bowl one-fourth cup
a circular skirt, I experimented with a
milk, one-fourth cup cornstarch, yolks
of two eggs and lemon extract to piece of the gummed tissue tape which
suit taste. Beat the two w hites and tailors use for the hem in men’s trous
add them. Put into your flour sifter ers. It was excellent, made a smooth
three-quarter* cup of sugar, one scant hem, dividing the fullness evenly, which
cup flour, one and one-half teaspoons is the problem in circular hems, and re
baking powder. Sift these into the quired no stitching. Simply place the
other things and whip together with a tape between the skirt and the turned-
few strokes. Pour in the hot butter up hem and press with a hot iron.
and mix it in with a few light strokes
Whipped Cream Substitute.
and pour into the bisuit pan which is
When I have no cream to whip for
■till aitting on the stove and put into
or fruit salad, I use an apple and
the oven to bake. If you wish it richer
leave out a bit of the flour. This keeps the white of an egg. First, grate the
well and is usually nice to eat with ice apple, add about three teaspoonfuls of
cream. Bake a good browm and frost if sugar, pot in the egg-white, and beat
vou wish; cut in squares. The egg, hard and fast until it is light and fluffv.
milk and extract may be put together A drop or two of vanilla may be added.
any time and set aside in the safe to Strained and mashed applesauce may be
wait. The same with the dry ingre - 1 used if preferred. It iB delicious on
uients. Then, when the time comes! gelatin deserts or a salad of prunes
•v \ that the oven is right they may all be stuffed with nuts.
made North and South.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Cash Paid for Hides
Opp. Court House.
Tillamook Undertaking Co.
Phone, Shop, 13-S-6.
•; Our New Delivery
R. N. HENKEL, Proprietor.
Night and Day calls
Next Door to Jones-Knudson Furniture
F. R. BEALS
j; (Uncfe jSam’ s
Writ® for Literature.
ii pKRHAPS the roads are bad,
or it’s storming, or you are
n too busy. These thing* need
■ » make no difference with you
< > All you have to d* is to drop
; > us a card, or call up by phone
n and we will send what you
l > want by parcel poet.
Dr. A. W. Lister,
J, Let us fill your prescriptions.
L. L. HOY, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
The Evening Telegram, daily,
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and the Cloverdale Courier, both
Bell Phone— Office 5, res, 5 M.
Commercial Club Bldg. Tillamook, Ore.,
papers one year for 83.50.
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Complete Set of Abstracts of the Record*
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Leave Cloverdale daily at
7:30 a. m , arriving at Tilla
mook at 10 a. m.— in time for
morning train to Portland.
Leave Tillamook a t R p . a ,
arriving at Cloverdale at 5
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