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About Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current | View Entire Issue (May 9, 1929)
HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THUR SDAY, MAY 9, 1929.
A New Record Making Jersey Cow
Imp. Xfnia' Oxford Lilac 574105, an imported Jersey cow. owned bv
Harry D. IlifT of Independence, Oregon, has just finished a 365-day official
test with a. production record of 1,022-V, lbs. of butttrfat and, 17,666 lb,
water and seal with new rubbers on
Jars. Let stand 2 hours. Drain
water from jar; nil to overflowing
with fresh cold water and let stand
24 hours again. Drain, refill with
fresh cold water and seal permanently.
bu Nancu Mart
If you are following the vogue for
papered walls and redecorating In
this medium be sure to study the
effect carefully- before picking out
curtain materials and choose some
thing that fits into the picture.
Do not let the draperies strike a
harsh color note that will either
overbalance the color in the rest of
the room or be too sharp in con
trast with it Two or three har
monizing colors, or a plain tone
shade softly into an important color
found in the paper usually make
the curtains part of the wall
With striped or two-toned papers
gay floral chintzes and linens are
good almost necessary to give the
room variety and warmth of color.
In a combination of patterns, two
of the same kind should not be used
together so that both struggle for
supremacy. That is to say if the
paper is scenic, a similar subject in
drapery fabric would not be har
monious, while a linen In a diagonal
pattern in related colors would be
All Spring Foods
Cream of parsley soup
Braised lamb New potatoes
Creamed spring cabbage
Endive Russian dressing
Strawberry short cake
A Meat Course That's Different
Wash two small calf hearts, re
move large veins, sprinkle inside
with salt and pepper and insert fol
lowing stuffing: 1 minced onion, 2
cups bread crumbs, 1 cup stock, 1
tbl. parsley, 1-2 ts. salt, 1-4 ts. pep
per, 1 tbls. bacon fat, 2 tbls. butter,
1 tbl. minced celery, 2 ts. A-l sauce.
Lard with bacon, dredge with flour,
sear on all sides; then add 2 cups
water or stock and cook slowly un
How to Can Rhubarb
Cut young, tender rhubarb In
small pieces without peeling. Pack
in jars, fill to overflowing with cold
Does Running Water
(From State Board of Health.)
Water from springs, brooks, and
streams may be dangerous to health
even though clear and cold. It won't
be long before most of us will be
making trips Into the mountains
whenever time and opportunity per
mit There is a great deal to be
said in favor of this growing ten
dency to seek the open places.
There is also much to be said In
favor of a meal prepared and eaten
in the open air. But there is noth
ing that can be said for the hab
it which some people have of trust
ing to luck to find water wherever
it happens to be convenient to stop.
Many persons have the idea that
water from any running stream in
the country is pure and fit to drink
if clear and cold, because of the
belief that running water purifies
itself. There is a grain of truth
in this old saying, but like many
other traditions there is much fal
sity there also. If running water
crosses a farm yard or pasture and
flows near a highway It is bound
to pick up human and animal pol
lution, which, taken into the human
system, may cause disease. Of
course thre are certain factors that
begin at once to render the water
less dangerous but this process is
slow and uncertain. First of all,
solid material tends to settle out,
the heavier particles first The am
ount of sedimentation depends on
the rate of flow. The faster the
stream the less the settling. Solid
material may be carried long dis
tances from the place where the
water was polluted. In addition to
this, disease bacteria are so light in
weight that there is comparatively
little chance of their settling so
long as the water remains in mo
tion. If other streams join the first
stream, pollution may be greatly di
luted and the stream thus rendered
These tributaries, however, may
also be highly polluted and increase
the danger. Oxidation of impuri
ties by air .is rapid in fast-flowing
streams if the water flows over
rocks or falls. Sunlight also has
a better chance to kill harmful bac
teria if the stream is turbulent, so
that fresh water is constantly ex
posed. Disease germs tend to die
off rapidly outside the human body.
But all of the factors mentioned
are frequently insufficient to purify
water in a stream so that it is safe
for drinking purposes. There is no
way to tell by the appearance of
water whether it is safe to drink or
not Even an expert sanitary chem
ist can not tell except by careful
Do not take a chance of serious
infection by drinking water the his
tory of which you know nothing.
Get your water from a supply that
is under supervision. Don't drink
water from every roadside spring,
brook or stream.
ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH.
Rev. Thomas J. Brady, Pastor.
Next Sunday will be the sixth
Sunday after Easter, or the Sunday
within the Octave of the Ascension,
and the mass on that day in Hepp
ner will be at 11 o'cock, preceded
by the hearing of confessions and
the distribution of Holy Commun
ion. There will be a first mass in
lone at the home of Mr. J. P. 0'
Meara at 8 o'clock in order to give
an opportunity to all to make their
Easter Duty. The pastor will preach
at both masses the "Obigation of
Repairing the Injury done to the
May 26th of the current month
will be the close of the Easter sea
son. May 19th will be the great
feast of the Descent of the Holy
Ghost upon the Apostles and it is
commonly known as Pentecost Sun
day, the foundation day of the
Christian religion by Jesus Christ
Himself upon the Apostles.
F. W. Turner & Co.
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"Always at your service!"
Frank Sallng visited in town for
a short time on Thursday afternoon
last from his ranch down Alpine
way. While it has been rather
cold and backward in that section
so far this spring, Mr. Sallng feels
that the prospects for a good crop
are encouraging. Showers have
been coming along, and with warm
er weather conditions the grain Is
Dr. D. M. Prince, of Seattle, Is
taking care of the madical practice
of Dr. A. D. McMurdo, during the
latter's absence from the city. Dr.
McMurdo was in Portland the end
of the week for the trap shoot, and
remained over expecting' to return
home this week-end.
Frank Everson states that he has
never seen a better crop prospect
than the people of his section have
this season, and the country lying
south and west of lone is certainly
showing up well. He states that
he has his residence all repaired
from the damage it received recent
ly when a Are visited Mr. Everson
and family. Frank was looking af
ter business here on Saturday.
Mrs. Edna Slocum, who has ex
tensive property interests in this
city, has been spending the week
here looking after business, from
her home at Portland.
New and Better Store
OFFERS YOU THE LATEST AND
BEST IN FRESH FRUITS
A complete stock of staple and fancy
THE HOME OF GOOD EATS
Phone Main 53 We Deliver
Job Day Valley Freight Line
Operating between Heppner and Portland and
John Day Highway Points.
Prompt delivery, rates reasonable
plus personal and courteous service.
$10,000 cargo insurance.
CITY GARAGE, Local Agent, Phone 172
Heppner Gazette Times, Only $2.00 Per Year
Fresh and Cured Meats. Fish on Fridays.
Oysters, Clams, Shell Fish.
ATTENTION Farmers and ranchmen, we
want your stock hogs, fat hogs, chickens,
turkeys or other poultry, veal or beef. Come
and see us when you have anything in this
line to dispose of; we pay all the market af
fords and can use your produce.
HENRY SCHWARZ & SON
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TASTE above everything
Millions of smokers say, Td
ratherhave a Chesterfield" for that one reason.
They know little about the millions of
pounds of choice tobaccos put away to age . . .
they know nothing of Chesterfield's CROSS-
BLENDING method . . . but they do know
how Chesterfields taste And rightly enough,
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taste is the one thing smokers want!
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