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About The Polk County post. (Independence, Or.) 1918-19?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1921)
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P olk C ounty P ost
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN SOUTH POLK COUNTY
INDEPENDENCE, OREGON, DECEMBER 9, 1921.
PUTTNG MORE MIL«
IN FOOD OF FA Ml I
The Tree of Love
Numerous Dishes Are Eniirru
ated by Home Specialists.
The parent teachers associa
tion held a very interesting
Milk Toast, Cream Soups, Crean. d
meeting Tuesday afternoon. Ed
Vegetables, Fish and Scalloped
Dishes Are Favored— Recipe
win T, Reed of C.A.C. delivered
tor White Sauce.
a lecture on what shall we p ay
Milk toast, cream soups, cream i
and sing. Miss Benita Stroud,
vegetables, creamed tisli and scallop d
state public health demonstrator
islies are nil good ways of putting
was-also an instructral speaker. more milk Into the daily food of i i
CULT SLAYS ENEMIES
Revelations in Raid on Society
Templ«JUf the Secret Organization Hid
the Bodies of Foe» of World
' Dominion Movement.
fntnlly, say home tn onmnlcs special!- -
In the United States Department if
Agriculture. The milk for all of the a
Is thickened Into a sauce, thick or th u
To make the sauces, melt the f :t
stir In the flour, add the milk gradu
ally, and cook until thickened, stlrrlm:
constantly unless n double boiler is
used. All measurements are level in
Thin White Sauce.
I cup milk
• tablespoon flour
I tablespoon fat
Medium White Sauce.
Tokyo.— Revelations ot lire work 1 cup milk
\s teaspoon salt
14 teaspoon pepper
carried oir by the "Ouietokyo" cult, 2 tablespoons flour
which begun when the police raided “ tablespoons rm
the headquarters ol the organization
Thick White Sauce.
at Ay a be, near here, continue to as ■ L cup milk
H teaspoon salt
touud the people of the empire. News i tablespoons flour
¡4 teaspoon pepper
papers accuse leaders of the cult ot
aspiring to set up an “Omotokyo"
For milk toast and with vegetables
dynasty, to which all Japanese would use the thin sauce. For scalloped or
flock with the hope of attaining creamed vegetable and meat dishes use
the medium sauce. The chief use for
In the secret passage leading from
the thick sauce Is as a binding ma
the temple of the organization at
terial (n croquettes and loaves.
Ayabe to the residence of VVanisaburo
Deguchi, leader of the society, the po
lice declare they discovered a portrait BALANCED RATIONS FOR MAN
of Deguchi wearing a costume resem
bling that usually seen on the Image Fruits, Vegetables. Whole Grains,
of Ama-Terasu, tiie sun goddess, the
Milk, Eggs, Butter and Nuts Are
traditional grand ancestress of the
Japanese imperial family.
It is alleged that iu the temple were
How many human beings eat bal
found crypts iu which were placed anced rations? The best foods fiv
tiie bodies of those who were slain for health and strength are fruits, veg-
betraying tiie secrets of tiie organic j tables, whole grains, milk, eggs, but
ter and nuts, with meat in moderation.
It is declared that “unspeakable Heavy meat eating, artificial sugars,
crimes" were committed against wom white flour, polished rice, peeled pota
en by members of the cult, who are toes—these are said to create acidos s
said to have bordered on fnnatlcism which is tiie forerunner of many seri
in their zeal. Cartloads of alleged ous diseases.
seditious literature has been seized,
including a famous volume bearing the
AT HOME AND ABROAD
title of “Fire.” This volume is inter
preted as embodying projects for a
France lias lóti women physician*.
social upheaval of a “dreadful nuture"
aud Incompatible with the present gov
Italy imports American-made spa-
eminent of Japan.
It is suid that the follow ers of “Omo
tokyo” numbered .'¡ 00 , 000 .
Polnnd lias begun to use motor-
When the police seized the collec
tion of pebbles representing the divin
ity of the organization, a band of the
Ten per cent of the married women
faithful clinched their fists in fury,
Boston are employed.
declaring the act of the officers to be
sacrilegious. Leaders made addresses,
There are 10,200 posts of the Amer
urging forbearance and long suffering
ican Legion and 2.150 auxiliary units.
In the presence of the desecration of
their deity by the “heathen.”
The normal schools and colleges of
An Osaka newspaper otvned by
Argentina now provide courses In
Deguchi lias issued an extra edition
denying reports that bombs were dis English.
covered In the temple and explaining
There are 740 officers and men anil
that swords found there had been
4,734 reservists in the Royal Cana
given to the temple. The newspaper
declares that followers of “Omotokyo” dian navy.
have committed no crime.
Do your Christmas shopping early.
N U M B E R 28.
The Bazaar season is on and
T h e
T r e e
Of L o v e
Long List of Beverages and Desserts every one is taking advantage ot
In Which Juice Can Be Used, as
the beautiful hand made articles
Well as in Number of Sauces
on sale at such reasonable prices.
for Fish and MeaL
I am the light'
Brings. I am ever green
My limbs are yearning to
Bear the burden of gifts of
Noel. I live in the high, open
Spaces where God smiles bright
est on the world, where his light
Keeps the memory of Christ’s birth
Refreshed. Years ago men fought and
Knew no time to think of the Gentle
One who spoke of Love. And then one
Night a star beamed in the east and filled
Me with a sweet grace. My soul quivered,
And I was bom again.
And now I come
With the Christmas time to remind you of
Love— Love, that fades, but lives again. I am
But a dream unless you know m e. I wish
To ache under the b u rd en o f love g'fts.
Yes, I am ever gre tt; 1 live for ver, but
You do not know me always. I ask
You to rememb r the ’ittle ones
^ W Horn Love ha passed when som e
Forget me. I p: ay the light that
Never dies sha 1 ’’ame out again
In your heart. For this Hive.
For this I ask. I wish
To live and serve.
I am the Tree of Love.
Our Institutions of Higher Learning
In the olden times sailors who took had a beautiful array of hand
long trips and ate no fresh vegetables made gifts which were soon dis
ind fruits for weeks or months were
likely to fall victims to scurvy. Finally posed of. An enjoyable program
was rendered in the evening.
%1 i cure or a partial cure for It was
ound in lemon Juice.
especially interesting enter
Of late years scientists have been
was Victor Morse, a dra
unking a study of scurvy. Its cause
ind its cure and of the conditions matic reader and member of the
hat make the body proof against this high school corps.
disease. They have discovered a sub-
are highly pleased with the re
tance called vitnmlne C, which seems
o prevent and even to cure this dis- ceipts.
It Is found In many foods,
Last Saturday the ladies of the
uuong them tomatoes and such cit
rus fruits as oranges, grapefruit and Presbyterian
played their wares to a number
Lemons, therefore, have a new Im of delighted pureme rs.
portance in tiie diet, according to food
pecialists In tiie United Statps De
pnrtment of Agriculture, ollice of fast.
home economics. They are no longer
* > to be valued simply for their flavor,
pit also as a source of one of these
Owing to the large amount o f
4^ necessary substances.
advertising and printing given to
Lemons can be prepared In all sorts
•f ways in the preparation of meals the Post at the eleventh hour,
There Is a long list of hevernges and we are unable to handle it all.
desserts In which lemon juice is used, As a result considerable adver
a» well as a number of delicious
sauces that expert cooks have Invent tising and news matter must be
ed to serve on fish and meat Many omitted from this issue.
of these sauces the busy housekeeper
has no time to make, hut she can cut
a lemon in two nnd put It on the table
An attachment for water met
to serve with fish, oysters, or meat. ers enables them to be read at
Some people think that a little lemon !
Juice odds just the zest needed to a distance by telephone, the nu-
make eggs on tonst a tasteful dish. ! md<rot clicking sounds heard
Lemon Juice Is also good on spinach representing
the passage of
and other green vegetables, on many
kinds of salads, and also as flavoring
or pudding sauces and cakes.
Provincial AboutVthe Others
By JA M ES R. ANGELI
better gift is there than an Overcoat, Suit,
Hat, Shirt or pair of shoe«
It you d o n ’t
w.idi D pay so much there’s Neckties, Etc.
Trepidi nt Yf.le University
I t is Interesting how very provincial our Amerieau institutions of
high learning are about other American institutions, and how little they
know what is going on outside their own sphere of activity.
It is certainly necessary that we should take a reasonably intelligent
outlook of those things which are being done about us; the matter of the
preoeptorial system at Princeton and how it is working out; how our
friends at Amherst are succeeding in their attempt to revive interest in
the classical studies and how Harvard is succeeding in its endeavor to in
troduce a type of general examination. It is a matter of interest that we
should know how in the Middle West the great institutions are endeavoring
to work out some combination of the professional with the classical edu
cation. These are all things that any man who is interested in higher edu
cation should have some knowledge of and some interest in.
I feel that there is a considerable opportunity of improving our rela
tions among American institutions of higher learning by some more self-
conscious examination of the educational movement as it goes on in cen
ters other than our own.
Buy your Ch istmi
presents at this store
and you’ll have something worth while.
O. A. Kreamer
'Hie very necessity of her situation w ill compel Germany to organize
her industries on the most efficient possible basis, which means low pro
duction costs. It is up to us to meet German efficiency with equal or
greater efficiency, not for the purp .se of killing off German foreign trade,
but simply to maintain our position.
Our foreign trade policy should be live and let live, recognizing that
in the rare of both England and (I rmnny, their existence as great nations
depends upon their ability to export great quantities of goods. Their ex
port trade is vital to them. With us foreign trade is important but not
There had been developed over a period of many years a machine of
the greatest intricacy and delicacy for the exchange of goods among na
tions. The war smashed this machine into bits. It will require time,,
great intelligence and much patience to put it together again.
THIiuE MACHINES IN O .2.
Home laundry work in it:- .
tirety includes not only washing a !
wringing the clothes, but ironi :
them, too, and that is regarded as
no light task by many housekeepers.
Therefore a new type of washing
machine, described with illustration
in Popular Mechanics Magazine is
made unusually interesting by the
fact that it perforins all three op
erations, using electric power. The
ironer is less than two feet long, and
it« roller may be heated either elec
trically or by gaa. It is pivoted at
a comer of the washing machine,
alongside the wrmirer.
Last Friday the Methodist ladies
By FRANK A. VANDERLIP, New York Financier
Santa Claus w ll ! *’ l you that.
Have New Importance m Diet,
B W SUB
- IS FMI
United States’ Foreign Trade Policy
Should Be Live and Let Live
The Best Gif!
Of All Is Clothing
LEMONS CONDUCE TO
HEALTH AND PLEASE
The man who Is in con stunt four of
dentil belittles the very life he hutes
SOME SHIPPING FACTS
The first steamboat, the Comet,
plied on tiie Clyde iu 1812. Three
years later the first steam vessel was
seen on the Thames, while iu 1818,
the Atlantic was crossed hy a Cana
dian steamer for the first time.
An ice breaking vessel was first em
ployed In 1870, dally weather chart*
being Issued for the first time two
years later. Twin »crews were first
used In 1863. and the first turbine
steamer wa* luuncbed in 18M4.
RESTING PLACES FOR BIRDS
Agricultural Department Point» Out
Necessity for the Preservation of
I f migratory birds are to be in
creased or their present numbers
maintained, it is necessary to con
serve water and marsh areas, say
specialists of the biological survey
of the United States Department of
Small lakes, swamps
along coasts or inland or marsh
areas ure used by these water fowl
for feeding, resting and rearing
their young, and it is absolutely es
sential that during their migration
and in winter the birds have these
necessary places in which to live.
Reports received by the biological j
survey during the last few months !
from all parts of the country agree !
that the former alarming decrease j
in migratory* wild fowl, which pre
ceded the treaty and the act of con
gress for the protection of migra
tory birds, has changed to a marked
increase. This successful outcome
of a gTeat conservation measure has
become apparent even more prompt
ly than was anticipated. Thus the
first important step toward insur
ing the perpetuation of wild fowl
— without question a great national
asset— has been achieved. Another
step of almost equally vital impor
tance, the specialists say, consists in
the conservation of lakes and marsh
S A L E M
D a n ie ls
"The Spfludy Girl”
Thurs. Friday Saturday
Dec. 8,-9, 10
For Four D»yS
Z a n e G r e y ’s
We have small tracts, large tracts, small
houses, large houses. Let us show you
the property you are looking for. If you
waut to sell list your holdings with us.
Independence Realty Co.
Beaver Hotel Building
Phone M 1811