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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View This Issue
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Thursday,' May 82
CLOSING OUT ALL SHORT LINES
;Our stock is too large, and prompt and drastic action is ittcetsary to bring it
down to where it should be at this season of the year. The result is all to the
1 advantage of the buyer of shoes, for the following prices are again proof that
when Wernnark put on a sale it is a real one. Don't fail to take advantage
.of this opportunity to buy fine merchandise at a fraction of its value.
150 Pairs of Women's Shoes
Broken lines, odd sizes, but QC 2 pr AC A A
irood shoes in spike heels Pw-OtJ for tPtMJV
: Brown velvet spike pump, Regular
$6.50, now .... .....I ...$1.95
' Patent pump, spike heel. Regular
5,$5.50, now .:...-..........:........... $3.35
Patent Tie Spike Pump. Regular
. $5.50, now . $3.35
Black kid strap, arch, Cuban heel.
' Regular $8.00, now $4.85
Brown Oxford, double sole, low heel,
regular $5.85, now $3.95
Black and Brown oxford, low heel.
Regular $5.50, now $3.45
Men's fine oxfords, formerly $6.50,
Men's fine oxfords, formerely $7.50
Men's English Brogues, formerely
$8.50, now $5.85
One lot of Children's tl Aoi One lot of Children's CI GC i
Shoes marked at . .,. p.0 1 Shoes marked at . . . tplt70
Sale Continues Balance of This Month
This sale is for cash only, and there will be no lay aways and no refunds.
To be sure of geeting what you want, at these prices, be there early.
204 East Second St The Dalles, Oregon
OREGON NEWS NOTES
Hood River Apple Grower as
sociation cannery will opto for -
son about Moy 24.
Trairie City New gasolne pump
installed at Fisk garage recently.
Bend .The llouk brothers, havt
purchased Ford dealership formerly!
known as Andcr:on-Wlng Motor j
Mayvillc Four room public school
building under construction here. !
The Orderly Sa7'di7ie
D0 not wrap your ice in paper or
cloth. Melting Ice saves food by re
ducing the temperature of the air
in the refrigeratir.
If it, were necessary to have ft
reason for eating watermelons, there
is one. Scientist have found that
ripe red watermelons of the Tom
Wat on variety supply abundantly
at least two of the vitamins, and con
twin two others in detectable quant
. Add about a tablespoon of acid-
lemon or vinegar 4o the seasoning
when starting a mayonnaise dress
ing, then add the egg yolk and begin
besting. Add oil a little at a time,
beating steadily, and when the mix
ture begins to get thick add the re
maining acid and the nil.
HDINfVlhrotiRh the water,
head to tail, m schools, pac
ed side by side in the can,
tosit triatiirles the sardine
broiled and carefully arranged n
When veirctnble or fruits art cut
for a salad, the pieces should be
large enough so the salad will not be
mwhy after the dressing Is added.
I All ingredients rhould be crisp and
cold, and with no water dinging t
lettuce lexves. Add drewing just
before serving for dressing tends to
wilt the vegetables snd salad green.
Potato ralad is an exception to this
! Hang up a card In the kitchen and
note on it the quantity of vegetables,
fruit, eggs, poultry, etc, you bring
from your garden for family use. At
the end of the month you can estl
mate what the value would have
been if they had been sold. You
will then have some idea of what
the poultry yard and garden contri
bute to your family living.
la Crande Contract awarded to Dufur Contract awarded to Al
Tranehell & Parelius for con, true- fred Johnson for construction of
tion of new S 150,000 Union depot new gymnasium.
Heppner Installation of mechani
cal refrigeration system in Hiatt &
Dix store completed.
FROM LAND AND SEA.
Make for the littlest children sev
eral two-piece outfits, consisting of
bloomers or panties on a sun suit
top, and matching dress to slip on
over the sun suit when the sunning
time is over. At first mn baths
are triven for short periods only, tan-
til the child's skin is accustomed to
the strong utrawiolet rays. The
little overdress will ajro be useful
in taking a child through the streets,
to a neighbor's or to a playground
where the sun suit part can be worn
Meticulous processes, from the
net to the toast, are necessary to
present this tiny t'nh in his silvery
P'rfection. The st!ge is set, in
ranee, Norway, Portnitsl.
China, Wet Indie. Chili. New
Zealand and on our Pariiic coa t,
to that when the fiih are in the
finest condition th'y can he raunht
in weirs or net without drlav. Fish
erman and eanwr wwl toRethrr,
clock-fashipn, for the delicate fish
must be delivered from the sea
to the cannery in from one to three
Care In Canning
At mot canneries. row of wo-
men workers snip the snrdines' heatls
off with scissor. Placed in srmll
wicker baskets, they are then wajh
ed In dear cold water, put Into a
strong brine, ami itn irom twenty
minutes to an hour. Dipped out,
.-I, ) ' I . .1 . A
in wire oincn, iiwj go
the flaking room where they art
laid in neat rows on trayi or ,
"Hakes." Then arranged, one by
"Me, in wire baskets, taiti upward,
they remain in the open air, usual
ly one hour, to be dried. Next
the little hsh is ready for his not
oil bath. In wire baskets "they
ar lru'rif inln hntlinff oliv ml
and closely watched because too
much cooking will spoil thetr Sti
Packing them Into the can "jttft
$n" i the final tet. Whether they
are Eurojiean sardines snd seek the
romi'iwy of truffle., pickles, ipicea
and fresh tarragon leaves, or Amer
it'sn s;irdinet who favor mustard,
olive nil and tomato sauce, they
appear, when you roll back the Ii4
of the can silvery, orderly, per.
wise osc of commercial fertilizer hits' in the water in which they ere wasb-
been Practically eliminated. ed.
Before treating seed potatoes, it
is always best to run them over a
slatwork working table or rack and
discard all tubers which are brui el.
cracked or thow any evidence of de.
cay, says ' the Oregon Experiment
station. Any sprouts which have
started are removed at that tlmo.
Successful marketing of spring
lambs means that they are sorted
for tops at least four times during
the season, says the experiment sta
tion. A' prime milk fat lamb is in
that condition only a short time and
if the grower can pick him and sell
him then, he will command a premium.
PAf.F LINE AND PARAGRAPH
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Chick' of different tles should i
not be raised together. The older
ones will crowd the younger; poorly
developed birds will be the result.
Alfalfa should never be pastured
the first year and only lightly the
second. Over-grazing often Injures
a good stand.
Fleeces should be rolled up, riot
too tightly, skin side out, and tied
with paper twine before shipping to
market. Wool buyers prefer this
method of tying to that done-wKb
fflfJHE Chinese have a saying to
J.the effect that "Mountain and
sea yield their tributes" to a
formal feast That this is part and
parcel of the customary Chinese
understatement is obvious when it
is remembered that a Mongolian
feast mar consist of as many as
two qr three hundred dishes, each
with a flavor and fragrance of its
own. The Princess Der Ling, for
bkt Lady-in-waiting to the Em
press of China, relates that there
would always be a hundred differ
ent foods on the table when the
Empress ate. And for such a meal
all natureincluding sea, mountain
aad plain must contribute.
To Occidental ears such tales
sooad almost unbelievable, for a
fast profusion of foods is no longer
the style in the West The in
terest in foods and in new food
combinations is not dead, however,
but actually increasing. New re
el pes for delectable dishes are be
rag developed daily. Many of them,
instead of combining the products
el mountain and sea metaphorically,
do It actually. Salmon is certainly
a sea food, and eggs are a hujd
food (although after the recent ad
venture of the hen who was taken
no m an airplane and laid an egg
white aloft, eggs may be classified
as celestial as well as terrestrial).
At any rate, almon and eggs can
combine to make a most delicious
dish called Salmon Timbates.
i Salmon and Egg
. . Details of the proceedings go like
this: Beat three eggs slightly and
41 M and QM-nalf cups of milk,
one and one-half teaspoons of salt
aad one-eighth teaspoon of pepper.
Add three cups of canned salmon,
lightly flaked and two tablespoons
of chopped parsley. Poor into well
greased molds or custard cups, set
in a pan of hot water and bake in
a slew oven until set and a knife
comes out clean. Use a temperature
of not more than 300 F; bake for
30 to 40 minutes.
From childhood days come the
vague ideas that Europeans take
their cattle to graze in the moun
tains at certain seasons of the year,
so certainly cheese could be called
a mountain product And cheese and
sardines together make a horj f
oeavre which is appetudngty called
Pish, Cheese and Vegetables
First make oblong piece of toast
and spread them whb onion butter
(butter flavored with onion Juice).
Then drain the sardines from an
11-ounce can put up in mustard
sauce and remove the backbones,
being careful sot to break the fish,
Lay one split sardine on each piece
of toast and sprinkle with grated
Parmesan cheese and paprika. Place
under broiler flame until piping hot
Serve on small plates with a little
of the hot mustard sauce on each.
Shepherd pie with its fluffy top
ping of mashed potatoes is well
known everywhere, and when fish
takes the place of meat m the pie,
its popularity grows apace, lo
make Mackerel Shepherd pie, dram
an 8-ounce can of diced carrots and
add to half a cup of canned peas.
Stir gently Into two ttipf of 1$
whit sauce. Flake the fish from a
one-pound can of mackerel and fork
very carefully into the sauce so that
it remains in fairly large pieces.
Pour into a buttered bakinc dish
and pile fluffy, well-seasoned mashed
potatoes on top. Brush with melted
butter and bake in moderate oven
until very hot and the potatoes art
a golden brown.
Sea Food Salads
Our land and sea combinations
extend to aaladi. tno. Here in. a
couple of particular excellence. The
first is: r
Tnmafok Salad: Marinate the
following m French dressing for
at least as boner nut and rm.hH
cups diced, boiled potatoes, one cup
diced, cooked carrots, three-fourths
cup diced celery, three-fourths cup
diced canned, stringless beans.
urain, and add contents of a large
can of tunafish, flaked, mixing
lightly so as not to make pssty.
Moisten with mavonnaiie and serve
Crabmtat Jtttyt Dissolve three
fourths naekam of 1emnn.flavnrl
gelatin in three-fourths cup boiling
water, ana saa one ana one-half
tablespoons of lemon juke Mari
nate three-fourths of a 6-ounce
can of erabmeat and one and o te
half tablespoons of chopped green
pepper in two and two-thirds table
spoons of French dressing for an
hour. Add, together with one
fourth cup of sliced stuffed olivet
to the gelatin when It starts to
thicken. Fold in six tablespoons of
mayonnaise and pour into molds..
Qui Serve pj fettucp, " ,
The popular belief that the rattle
snake acquires a new ring each ytar
and that the number of rings indi
cates its age is wholly incorrect, says
the U. S. Biological Survey. A
rattlesnake adds from 2 to 4 rings,
a year, usually one each time the
skin is shed. The rattler seldom has
more than 10 rings, because the ter
minal rings are worn down and
are broken off.
Nearly 100 per cent of all prunes
grown In the United States come
from the Pacific coast states, with
about 20 per cent from Oregon and
the rest from Washington, California
and Idaho. At the present time
nearly 75 per cent of the Oregon
prune. crop is dried, 17 per cent
shipped fresh and 8 per cent canned.
Investigations indicate that the
canned output may be profatibly
Mr.ny families spend far too little
time on the planning of purchases
and far too much worrying over how
! to pay the bilb. One cure for this
! In u'Allri1anns! Kintivikf afrtf.tltf
Many housewives 'can save time
and effort when cleaning by iweep
irg bII the rooms at one time, and
then dusting all at one time, to avoid
handling cleaning tools and equip
ment several times.
The evening dessert can often be
conked and watched while the
luncheon or breakfa t dishes are be
ing washed t.hus allowing mother
more free time In the afteraoon.
CALL FOR PUBLIC MEETING
A few bits of sapolio run through
the food chopper as though grinding
food will sharpen the knives when
An oil fire can be extinguished
with salt, flour, meal, sand or gravel
but water will only spread it.
All persons owning or paying
taxes on "NON-TILLABLE," com
monly called grazing lands, in Wasco
county east of the Deschutes river,
are requested to meet at Shsniko at
, 1 -M p. m, on Saturday, June 4th,
next. k '
, Object: To determine the real
average of such lands, to ' diKUsit
the , rate of which they are and
should bo assessed for taxable pur
poses and to take action as may
ueem ndvi able In th premise.
J. W. FUher,
A. M. Bennett,
J. J. Brogan,
E. E. McGreer,
H. C. Rooper,
28-12 and many others.
Scalding hot compresses can be
wrung out without burning the bunds
If they are laid lengthwise in the
center of a towel and the ends of the
towel twisted in oppaite directions.
, Copper and brasa vessels may be
brightened by using vinegar and Rait
Free to Public
Ttit eat pl In tK U. S. wUr uUlof mmi
l atWii.int mitr cawtoe any Ihw W haifa tm
o product cao b eblaiaad ft 4 WI'Ul
ObKfatioa it ika Amrin InduMru Ubtarv.
' Writ for BtuinaM AoSwftMaf Matta? in an
I lauranad in; mm will ba proiapilirliirwaiaaa.
EaaUearlaS BsUdlafc Chita, UUaale
Unlike the true clovers and alfalfa
sweetclover seldom causes bloat
However, during abnormally wet
periods cases of bloating have been
reported. To be on the safe side,
do not turn cattle on sweetclover
when the clover is wet. Even when
St is, tiry, if the cattle have not been
ftcrufitomed to it, fill them up with
-other, feed before turning them on
Out of more than 4000 samplec
of farm drinking water that have
been analyzed by Ore. State college
during the 'ast few year8 more than
one-third have been found to be
polluted more of less seriously.
Samples, properly submitted, are
analyzed free by the bacteriology de
partment of the state college.
As a result of activity amongr Ore
gon county agents In work in ' con
nection with orchard and small fruit
toil management during 1929, more
commercial fertilizer hi being used
profitably than ever before, and un-
The Miniature Circus Supreme
Under Big Waterproof Tent
O M aXv M M A MWtVSvfjnln 4 . 4
Trapeze Artists )
' Acrobats Jugglers r
A Real Circus for Everyone
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On lot between Warehouse and blacksmith shop
Opening Admission 10 cents. Show at 8:00 p. m.