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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1929.
1 1 for the
by Nancu hart
It ia just common sense to use
package foods wherever possible.
Dust and personal handling, germs
and whatnot are kept from these
foods where It la Impossible to give
bulk foods the same protection.
This is one of the so-called "food
fads" that one may Indulge in with
out jear or contradiction from any
source, for In helping to keep foods
fresh it contributes as much to
economy as it does to health.
Another so-called fad that la ac
knowledged tn he cnnH nroxHno i-
the habit of choosing foods that
are not ovcr-rennea. This applies
chiefly to cereals, corn meal, flours
and rice, where the most beneficial
substance ia found close to the out
er null of the product, and is lost
tnrougn over-bleaching, bolting and
Clam broth frappe
Buttered wax henna
Stuffed tomato salad Cheese wafers
Pineapple mousse Cocoanut cake
Melt 1 tbl. butter and soften In it
1 tsp. minced onion. Add 1 tsp.
curry powder mixed with 1 tbl.
flour; atir in one cup milk and one
half cup cream. When creamy, add
2 cups cold boiled or baked halibut,
season and serve very hot
and when cold set in refrigerator
to become very cold. Remove from
molds and serve with whipped
Boll 4 cups water with 1 cup sug
ar and one-half cup Canton ginger
cut nne. L,et cook about 20 min
utes; strain and add half cup lemon
juice and 1 cup orange juice. Chill
and when ready to serve, add
charged water. Pour over crushed
ice in tall glasses.
String Bean and Egg Salad
To 1 pint cooked string beans add
one-half cup chopped celery, half
cup chopped nuts, 1 tbl. chopped
onion. Make a paste of the yolks
of 3 hard boiled eggs, add to French
dressing, mix well with the beans
and set away to become thoroughly
In a aaucepan mash 4 cups red
raspberries, add 1 cup sugar and
cook together 15 minutes. Then
sift over the berries one-quarter cup
of flour. Cook for an additional
half hour, stirring frequently. When
stiff, pour the mixture Into molds
Display Health Signs
(State Board of Health.)
While the county health officer is
doing all he can to direct and main
tain tourist camps In a sanitary
condition, the success of his efforts
depends largely on the cooperation
of not only camp owners and oper
ators, but also that of the tourists
who patronize them.
Campground owners should lo
cate their camps on suitable sites
and develop them in a manner so
that they will comply with the
rules and regulations of the State
Board of Health as regards a safe
water supply, toilet facilities, and
means for collection, storage and
disposal of garbage and other
wastes. A permit is issued to a
camp that is found to meet these
regulations. The desirable quali
ties in a tourist camp are: general
cleanliness, adequate supplies of hot
and cold water, bath and toilet
facilities, a community kitchen, a
laundry, and a congenial atmos
Two forms of permits are author
ized. One of these haa a clear white
background and black lettering in
dicating that all the rules and regu
lations have been complied with.
Another card is issued to camps
that do not have standardized cab
ins. It is yellow with black letter
The tourist should seek camps
which display the permit cards and
refuse to patronize those which fall
to show a clean bill of health, as
evidenced by the absence of the
state permit. In the first place such
are invariably dangerous to health
as they are operating under unsan
itary conditions. Secondly, giving
patronage to such camps is in open
defiance of the state law and de
feats the efforts of the county
health officer to make all the camps
safe and sanitary.
There is a class of people who
have little if any regard for the
common laws of health. Some of
these establish what they call
camps and will operate them solely
for profit and without the slightest
regard to the health of their pa
trons, as long as tourists patronize
them in sufficient numbers, or pos
sibly until an epidemic of some kind
breaks out and they are closed by
an order from the health board.
The poor camps are always com
plaining that they are unable to
supply conveniences due to their
lack of trade; on the other hand
the good camps are usually full.
The matter is largely in the
hands of tourists and they can ef
fectively aid the health officers to
free the state of undesirable camps
by a simple and safe method of
procedure, "Do not patronize them."
The effect would be to place at once
the owners In the position where
they will be approved by the health
official or else close them for want
Will last year's tourists again
stop at your city or motor through
your state and county?
Neat comfortable roadside camps
Invite tourist business.
New York Life Insurance Co.
NOT A COMMODITY BUT A SERVICE
W. V. Crawford, Agent
John 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
The Trucks of today ar taking the place
of the freight cars of yesterday. They must
go anywhere, haul heavy loads and do it all
The Firestone Heavy Duty Pneumatic
leads them all In gripping power. Gum-Dipping
gives it the extra stamina needed in ex
acting service in extreme climates.
Use these tires and our service and reduce
your hauling costs.
BERGSTROM & KANE
Main Street Heppner, Ore.
BOYS RETURN FROM CAMP.
Henoner's delegation of four hnva
to the Citizen's Militerv Tralninu
camp Just closed at Vancouver,
Wash., has returned to the city,
having enjoyed the training and re
creation thus afforded. In the ermm
were Harlan Devln, Clarence Hay
es, h,arl Thomson and Maurice Ed
mundson. Young Thomson made
a record at sharnshootine- at rnmn
scoring 49 out of 50, and received a
o prize lor his marksmanship. He
was also awarded a medal for best
first vear cadet. Harlan nevln won
fame among the pugilists, being
ciassea second in his weight divi
sion and winning a silver medal.
Harlan was a sergeant in the mili
SUFFER FIRE LOSS.
E. H. Kellogg was in the city Tu
esday evening with the report that
he and Mrs. Kellogg were complete
ly burned out of their new home on
the George Wright place near Lone
Rock two weeks ago, losing all
their personal belongings. They had
but recently moved on to the place
and were just getting nicely settled
when the fire occurred. Another
house is being erected on the place
and they will be settled again in a
short time, though the blow to them
was very severe. Mrs. Kellogg's
health has not been so well recent
ly, and Mr. Kellogg expects she may
have to return to Portland for an
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Harbison of
Morgan were Sunday visitors at
Heppner. Mr. Harbison is in the
warehouse business at Morgan, and
was on his way to and from the
Voile and Medlock mill in the
NOTICE OF STBEET VACATION.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned wijl at a regular meeting of
the Common Council of the City of
Heppner, Oregon, to be held at the
Council Chambers in said city on the
3rd day of September li)29, at the hour
oi :ju ociock in me anernoon ol Bald
day, present to said Council a petition
praying for the vacaion of the follow
ing streess in said City of Heppner, to
That portion of Cross Street lying
between Willow Creek and the
That portion of Balm Street lying
between Cross Street and J a i 1
Dated this 8th day of August, 1929.
J. O. HAGER.
ARCHIE D. McMURDO.
C. J. D. BAUMAN.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATK OF OREGON FOR MORROW
In the Matter of the Estate of Needham
David Beavert. Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed adminis
trator of the estate of Needham David
Beavert deceased, and has qualified as
the law directs. All persons having
claims against said estate are required
to present the same to me at the office
or w. it. walpole in Irngon, Oregon,
or at the office of W. J. Warner, mv at
torney in Hermiston. Oregon, with
proper voucners, witnin six months
from the date hereof,
Dated this 8th day of August, 1929.
JOHN D. BEAVERT,
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materials are necessary for a good job. Our
materials are always good.
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IN THS DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATE8 FOR THE DIS
TRICT OF OREGON.
The United States of America, on the
relation of Feena'ighty Machinery
Co., a corporation. Plaintiff,
M. D. Clark,
Globe Indemnity Company, a corpora
To the creditors of Orvtlle Poe and
E. W. Poe, partners doing business as
You and each of you are hereby noti
fied that M. D. Clark, as intervenor in
the above entitled action, haa filed an
intervening complaint in the District
Court of the United States, for the Dis
trict of Oregon, pursuant to the provis
ions of Section 270, Title XL, U: 8. C.
A., to recover Judgment against the
above named defendant. Globe Indem
nity Company, a corporation, for a sum
of money alleged to be due and owing
the said M. D. Clark and for labor and
materials furnished to the said Orville
Poe and E. W. Poe, partners doing bus
iness as Poe Brothers, by the assignee
of the said M. D. Clark, which materials
were ordered furnished and used In the
performance bv the said Orville Pn
and E. W. Poe, sub-contractors of Al
bert Li. Smith, in that certain contract
made and entered into between Albert
L. Smith as principal contractor and
the United States of America, which
said contract was dated July 10, 1926,
and which said contract was designat
ed as the Chapin Creek Sector of the
Heppner-Spray National Forest Road
Project, which said road was and- is
locatetd in the Umatilla National For
est in the Counties of Wheeler and
Morrow In the State of Oregon, and
further deaicrnfttpd sji Forejit Road
Project No. 32A, the defendant Globe
Indemnity Company, a corporation, be
ing the surety on said contract as re-
quirea By trie aiorementionea Act oi
And you are further notified of your
rigm to intervene anu oe maae an aa
dltional party plaintiff in this action so
as to have the rights and claims of any
and all existing creditors under said
contract ana unaer saia Dona aajudl
cated in one and the same action.
M. D. Clark, Intervenor.
Feenaughty Machinery Co.,
a corporation, PlaintifT.
C. L. Sweek, Heppner, Oregon.
Raley, Raley & Warner. John P.
Kilkenny, Pendleton, Oregon,
20-23 Attorneys for Plalntlfi.
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GRAIN PRICES ARE
See the Combine-Harvester
Level at Your Dealer's.
A DOLLAR Day food sale demonstrating MacMarr
Stores' ability to give you more for your food dollar!
FRIDAY-SATURDAY DOLLAR FEATURES
JELLWELL ... 13 Packages
The Better Jell Powder. LOTS OF FLAVORS
FULL OF JUICE
ORANGES ....... 5 Dozen
FANCY PURE GOLD BRAND.
Just the thing for picnics
The Better Milk
TOMATOES, 8 Cans
PUREE. . No. 2't Tins
PEAS ... 8 Cans
EXTRA STANDARD. Real Tender
CORN . . 8 Cans
MINNESOTA WHITE Sugar Corn
TOILET PAPER ... 13 Rolls
1000 SHEET ROLLS.
1 l Packages
Just the thing for dishwashing
P & G . .24 Bars
LAUNDRY SOAP. White Naptha
PUROX. 4 Bottles
Similar to Clorox.
Palm Olive Toilet Soap . 13 Bars
Good for the Complexion.
A GOOD COF
. 5 Cans
NO. 1 TALL TINS
It's Delirious Flavor Makes this
the Most Popular Brand
on the Market.
4 LARGE BOTTLES ....
5 BOTTLES VJ
STONE'S DIVISION Hotel Heppner Bldg.
OPEN EVERY EVENING UNTIL NINE O'CLOCK