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Chocolate that appears white on
the outside has been kept in n
over-warm place, so that some of the
fat has melted and come to the sur
face. It is not injured in any way
lean, fair campaign and I pledge my
lupport to the republican who is
.nominated Paid advertisement
There is no reson why fresh or
properly preserved fish should not
be eaten at the same meal as milk.
Fish and milk are often cooked id
gether in the form of milk chowders
or creamed dishes.
Work butter for sandwiches to a
but do not melt it Cut the
bread into thin even slices. If you
are roine to trim off the crusts, put
nn luttpr too near them. Bread for
sandwiches is best when about 24
hours old. .
Always iron with the thread of
the goods, and iron until the gar
ment is dry. Otherwise it will puck
er. Shiny eloss on the hems, tucks
or Beams, can be removed by
moistcninsr a niece of cheesecloth
with clear water, wringing it dry,
and wiping it quickly over the shiny
Write In the Name
To The Voters Of Wasco County:
la announcing my candicacy. for
the office of County Sheriff, sub
ject to the Republican primary elec
tion, I desire to state:
I have resided in The Dalles for
the last twenty years, locating here
in 1908. I served the 0. W. R. N.
railroad in different capacities of
Ijust for many years.
In Sentember. 1921, I opened the
restaurant known as 'Mack's Cafe',
which has become known far and
jride aa ' a good place to eat's
I advance my solicitation for
your support In the coming primaries,
pledging, that if I am nominated and
elected to the office of Sheriff, that
I will give the people of Wasco coun
y, an efficient, courteous, and eco
lomical administration, and if elect
.'d, will carry out my duties without
..'ear or favor.
Respectfully submitted ior your
C. W. McMAHON.
Candidate For Congress
To Succeed Nick Sinnott
Dandeline greens can be gathered
very early in the season, when they
are yong, tender, and least titter.
Owing to this bitterness of flavor,
it is a good plan to combine' the
dandelion greens with othir veg
etables or flavors which modify it
The plan of cooking these greens
in several waters it not recomended
beeaus much of the valuable mineral
matter is thrown away, vitimins are
d-9inC(l, and the' greens are over-i-ooked.
Ra" dandelion leavea or
these rooked without water are less
bitter than those that have been
Bend Klamath Falls rail line will
be formally open May 10.
The following announcement are
paid by those who rign them.
ROY W. RITNER
Born in Wasco county. Thirty
two years of age. Educated in local
schools. Graduate of The Dalles
High school. Ten years experience
in bank work, four years as bank
cashier. One of seven brothers in
World War service of the United
If nominated and elected, I
promise the people of Wasco coun
tv that the office of Clerk will be
conducted in an efficient and courte
ous manner, and that I will at all
times serve the I county to the best
of my ability.
HENRY W. SHERRER
All Feoe Co to tho County
is the logical candidate for the Re
publicans of Oregon.
Served our sessions as State Senator; was Circuit
Judge of Gilliam, Sherman and Wheeler Counties; a
Ions resident of Eastern Oregon and is familiar with
the needs of his section of the state. Is one of Ore
gon's outstanding attorneys, an orator of state-wide
note. Is experienced in legislative matters. Twice
Write In the Name
of R. R. Butler and mark an X in front of his name.
Your ballot will have a blank space under the head-ing-FOIl
REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS,
i Paid Adv. by Butler for Congress Club, Ben R. Lit
! flin, Sec. 304 First National Bank Bldg., The Dalles
Choice of Many Routes-Liberal Stopovers
OsMltaUy Mytoa(ibM,UK. item anil Oct. U
St. Paul $ 75.60
St. Iouia 65.60
New York 151.70
'Similar Uf to othr point
Oo Eait via the famous Columbia River Scenic Route oa
either the Orion Llmifd or North Coaei Limited,
lea v Ins Portland 9 p. m. and 11 a. m.
JL C WRIGHT. T.P.A. Agent
Bend, Ortgoa Phont, Mala 1X2
CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY
Roy W. Ritner of Umatilla County,
candidate for the republican nomi
nation for Congress in the Eastern
Oregon district, to succeed N. J.
Sinnott, makes the following statement:
All of the five able men who now
represent Oregon in Congress are
lawyers. Agriculture, horticulture,
cattle and sheep are the dominant in
dustries of Eastern Oregon. Logic de
mands that at least one member
should be a farmer, quailified by long
practical experience with agricultur
al problems, and seasoned with busi
ness training and previous legisla
tive service. '
Industry 'is protected by the tar
iff; railroads by the Interstate Com
merce commission; banking by the
federal reserve; labor by immigra
tion laws but agriculture, .'notwith
after war deflation, has waited in
vain for congressional help and re
cognition. I am for legislation which
will give the same protection to agri
culture that has heretofore been so
generously extended to industry,
railroads, banking and labor.
I am committed to the construc
tion of the Umatilla Rapids project
at the earlist possible date, and for a
general policy of federal development
of the Columbia river for power, ir
rigation and navigation purposes.
The Columbia should be navigable so
as to reduce excessive freight rates
on products of the interior moving
to tidewater. The cheap hydro elet
trie power of the river should be
made available on the farms and in
the homes of the people.
I favor the complete developmnuti
of federal irrigation projects autoriz-l
ed by Congress on a basis of fair
play to the present settlers and with
. a view to settlement of vacant lands.
I will favor new projects when justi
fied by the growth of the state.
I favor the adequate care, hos
pitilization and compensation of the
veterans of the late wars and pre
vious wars. My experience over
seas during the late war extended
over several months spent with field
hospitals and I know from personal
obervation the suffering and sacri
fice of our fighting men.
The various counties of the state
should be reembursed by the federal
government for the loss of taxes
from lands held in forest reserves,
Indian reservations and land grants.
Until such legislation can be secured
I most emphatically favor the con
tinuation of the federal appropriation
used in co-operation with state in
constructing instate highways and
; I favor a tariff on wool, wheat,
timber products and other commodi-
' tip, raised in quantities in Oregon.
The federal government should better
co-operate with tate in exterminating
the predatory animals that prey upon
the livestock of the farmers and
This will announce to you that I
am a candidate for the office of
County Coroner, at the Primaries,
May 18th, 1928. I came to Wasco
county in 1911, and have been con
nected with the Crandall Undertak
ing company for fifteen years. I
am a member of this firm, who has
served the people of this county for
more than forty years, and believe
that with our equipment and ex
perience that I will be able to
handle the office in an economical
To the Voters of Thb District:
I am a candidate for the office
of County commissioner from the
Third district of Wasco county, and
ask the confidence of the voters in
such candidacy by soliciting their
votes at the primary election, Hay
18. " '
If nomiated and elected I promise
to do all in my power to see to it that
the county receives a full dollar's
return for each dollar exepended;
that I will not enter inta any com-
D mailt) n wneruoy uim yisun-i. vvm ut
deprived of its just share of tax I
money, and will work to the best of ,
my ability to: the end that taxe3 be
reduced as much as possible. I am
unalterably opposed to the practice
of transferring district funds to other
parts, thereby depriving the rightful
rections of their just proportions of
ROY W. RITNER
REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR
Oregon has five lawyers at present in Congress.
Eastern Oregon is an agriculture district. Elect a
man who for the last 20 years has been a farmer and
thoroughly understands and sympathizes with the
problems of Agriculture.
Write the name in thus:
X ROY W. RITNER
VaaWW Mill ' w
I respectfully solict the support of
the voters at the primaries of May ,
18, 1928, on the Republican ticket, !
for the office of counly coroner of;
Wasco county. If nominated , and
elected I- promise an administration :
of economy 'and justice to all I
I served two years as deputy cor-1
oner of this , county. Am familiar ;
with the duties of the cilice and will ;
Jo all in my power to do conduct its
affairs that there will be a material
reduction in administering same.
C. R. CALLOWAY
"A Business Man for a Business Office"
I hereby announce my candid
acy for the office of County Clerk of
Wasco county, at . the Republican
primaries, May 18, 1928.
If nominated and elected I will
conduct the affairs of the office in
an efficient, courteous and economi
cal manner. All fees collected will
be turned over to the county treasur
er. As a member of the county equali
zation board, I will serve the tax
payers without fear or favor. I do
not approve the assessment of Wasco
county property at a higher per cent
of actual value than the average for
other counties of the state.
I am a, taxpayer and World War
BRUCE II. HULL
of OREGON CITY, CLACKAMAS COUNTY
.... Experienced and lucceil ful in btuiatM
. . . Former private tecrettrj to Governor
Patterjon and member of th tate Parole board.
. . . Familiar witk work of lecretary of Itate, and
interested in development of Oregon ruourcea.
. .. Endoned editorially for tni nomination
by 14 daily and 107 weekly newjpaper editori,
who recommend Hal Hon lor efficiency, cour-
t e y and ability. ,
"Hoi. ii a real fellow. Ha kaj a ikrewd unktandirHof man .
an(lffain, Lnowt hour to keep hu own couiuel, know how to
carry retponiiLility, anJ acU firmly in miltin within bit
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Maupin, Oreon F. V P. A., Bend, Oregon
OREGON NEWS . NOTES
Bend Great Northern hus nearly
completed rebuilding 26-mile Shev
lin rail line; '
Madras New state bridge acroos
Deschutes will be nearly 1000 feet
Bums Carload of road machin
ery received for Joaquin Trail work.
Barns Electric Saddlery builds
big business making pack bags and
Call Maupin Drug Store
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