II HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 1929. PAGE THREE TnTMs for th by Aanct Hart Did you know that fruits and tomatoes may be canned by the water-bath method, but all non-acid vegetables should be processed un der steam pressure at a tempera ture higher than 212 degrees Fah renheit, to make sure that all dan gerous organisms or bacteria are destroyed. Also, canning is more uniformly successful when food is packed into jars or cans while boiling hot Under this method the material at the center of the can reaches the necessary high temper ature for safe canning much more quickly than when packed cold or uncooked. Shortening the time of processing generally gives better texture, flavor and appearance In the finished product Sunday Night Supper Honey Dew Club Sandwiches Cottage Cheese Sliced Peaches with Ice Cream Iced Coffee Ham-Tomato Toast 1 tbl. chopped onion, 1 tbl. chopped green pepper, 2 tbl. butter, 1V4 cups Btewed tomatoes, M cup ground ham, 1 egg. Cook onion and pep per in butter until soft add tomato, simmer ten minutes. Add ham and egg slightly beaten. Cook until egg has thickened the mixture and pour over crisp buttered toast Lettuce Rolls Mix thoroughly cup raisins, 1 cup cottage cheese and i cup chop ped mayonnaise until mixture is smooth. , Season to taste. Spread crisp lettuce leaves thickly with the paste, roll up nut meats. Cream into this hi cup like a Jelly-roll and bind with strips of pimento. Old-fashioned Vinegar Fie Beat 1 egg until light, add 1 tea cup sugar and 1 heaping tap. flour, beating hard. Then add 1 cup of cold water, 1 tbls. vinegar, nutmeat or cinnamon to taste. Bake In an open crust until firm. Cover with meringue and brown. Good Summer Candy Cook 1 lb. light brown sugar with M cup honey until it becomes brittle In cold water. Line candy pan with cocoanut, candled cherries, nut meats, cut in small pieces. Add 1 tbl. lemon juice to the candy just before removing from stove, and pour over the nuts and fruits. When cold, cut in squares. Use for Strainer Lid When cooking a food that scor ches easily, try placing it in a strainer lid which will hold it off the bottom of the kettle and still per mit the food to boll naturally. Reviving Velvet With a soft brush dust off the velvet velveteen or plush to be re newed. Then sponge with a weak solution of borax or benzine. If bad ly soiled, Immerse in benzine and shake until dry. Prevents Rings when Cleaning If you will add a little salt to ben zine or gasoline used for cleaning fabrics, this will prevent rings or the formation of circles. A Laundry Hint When washing silk handkerchiefs the best results are obtained by us ing salt water and ironing the hand kerchiefs while still wet MORGAN -GRABILL. At a quiet home wedding Tues day, September 3, at 11:30 a. m., Miss Hazel Orabil became the bride of Edison Morgan. The marriage ceremony was performed by Rev. W. W. Head who used the short but Impressive ring service. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Grabil. She wore a beautiful gown of pink silk crepe Roma and was unattended. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Morgan. Immediately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Morgan left by auto for a trip to Portland, the Oregon beaches and other points of Interest In the Willamette valley. They will make their home In lone. These young people have always lived In this community and have a host of friends who wish them well. Only the Immediate family of the bride and her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John Cochran, were present to witness the marrlnge vows. j FISH AND GAME 1 ACTIVITIES j I BleMd by th. Oregon Stat asms j 5 BommlMlon, Oregon Bldtf., PortUnA f I I DRINK MORE MILK Wise old Mother Nature made milk for children. Into it she put every thing needed for sustenance, and In the most easily assimilated form. So, Drink More Milk. Let the children have plenty. It Is the cheapest food you can buy. Alfalfa Lawn Dairy WIOHTMAN BROS., Props. Phom 80F3 Members of the department of pathology of the University of Ore gon are dally taking their tempera tures, checking . their respirations and otherwise watching for a possi ble approach of Illness, all due to the fact that they made the mistake of eating a mess of Elk lake fish that were sent them for examina tion. As one of the methods of de termining the origin of the worms that are taking a heavy toll of fish from Elk lake several nice appear ing trout were sent to the medical school. They were nicely packed in Ice and the employes o( the depart ment, all nsh hungry, cooked and devoured them. It is thought, how ever, that no 111 effects will result as mtiny Infected fish were doubt less eaten with no serious results before the lake was closed to Ashing. The work of determining the source of the worms that infect the stomach of Elk lake fish still goes on tnrough the cooperation of the state game commission and the state board of health. Gulls that dock to the lake were first thought to have carried the worms but they nave Been given a clean bill of health. Fines of $100 and $50 respectively were levied on Arnold Syverson and Raymond Goodwin of Gates, for killing deer out of season, in the Marlon county courts last week. State game wardens received a "tip" that the two men bad been hunting illegally and made an Investigation which caused the arrest of Syver son and brought out his confession that he and Goodwin had recently killed three deer on the mountains back of Gates. Herb Pennock's Sensational Return to Form For the purpose of making an In vestigation of fishing conditions on the lower Rogue river Harold Clif ford, state game warden, and Matt Ryckman, superintendent of hatch eries, spent several days In the Gold Hill district last week. Their trip was made on account of numerous complaints made by citizens against alleged illegal Ashing. John L. Farley, executive officer of the Ash and game commission of California, spent a day last week with officials of the Oregon game department He was taken to the Bonneville Aish hatchery where he inspected the methods of propaga tion. Mr. Farley, like many other Ash and game officials from various states has high regard for methods employed in Oregon hatcheries. Unless there is considerable rain before September 15, the scheduled opening of deer hunting season may be postponed by Governor Patter son as was the case last year. In 1928, due to a long dry season which placed Oregon forests in grave dan ger of serious Ares, Governor Pat terson and the federal forest serv ice ordered the opening of the Bea- son postponed. This announcement came only a few days before the season was due to open and caused some inconvenience to sportsmen. This year, If a delay In the opening is to be made, it is presumed that sufficient time will be given hunters to alter plans made to hunt on Sep tember 15. This has been the driest season Oregon has experienced in many years, and while few Ares have been started in the forests, federal and state officials will take every precaution to see that the record continues. The recent ses sion of the state legislature changed tne date of the opening of deer hunting se.ason from September 10 to September 15. Toxin-Antitoxin Proves Enemy of Diphtheria (From State Board of Health) Modern diphtheria prevention has acquired a weapon which has al ready proved powerful and effective in the battle against this disease. This is toxin-antitoxin, which en- mm be SAY Safety IS ALWAYS THE BEST POLICY Why take a chance, when you can get the best? We Have It, Will Get It, Or It Is Not Made 1III1H Ml E Yours for service and fair treatment. 71 m'S PtEAJ IN THE FOR POURTVFiU VClflo v.VA -AHV COM si , , MACK -dli6 -Hiu 7 r KV P rj AACtSr OPTIMISTIC HIS ?TCHIN6 DAYS' WERE ren have alreadv heen tnntH with toxin-antitoxin without any 111 ef- lecis at ail, wnus among those un- aer nve such effects are almost un heard of. Julian Rauch, Lexington wheat- raiser, was a visitor In the city Sat urday. He reports a fair harvest the past season with the rrain all deposited at the warehouse. Tact ui'ntor il u.oa I t U . T J L D 1 ' ..!: 1 n wiRu mil ikiu rcimuui s piuiiHig oays were over. He contracted'neuritis in his pitching arm, and nobody looked for a come back. But Miller Huggms handled him carefully, and now he'j again one of the Yankees' best bets in pitching. His great return to form stands out as one of the big events of the 1929 season. ables us to Immunize and to protect all susceptible persons. The control of this disease is in our hands. Let us not delay in adopting this meth od of proven value. It is simple, easily applied and without danger. The greatest obstruction today to diphtheria elimination is the delay In using means of prevention. Toxin-antitoxin is a mixture of dlphtherai toxin and of diphtheria antitoxin. The composition is such that the toxin present produces no harmful effects on the body and yet is effective in producing immunity to disease. Toxin-antitoxin is a clear transparent Auid. A good preparation is never cloudy. The mixture is stable for six months and during that time does not de teriorate If kept In a cool place. It has been found that the amount sufficient to produce immunity is usually three doses of one cubic centimeter each, given at intervals of not less than seven days. The technique of giving toxin- antitoxin consists of sterilizing an ordinary hypodermic and Ailing it wnn one cubic centimeter of toxin antitoxin. The site of Injection Is prepared by painting with tincture or iodine. It is given subcutaneously in the upper outer part of the arm. In most cases there is no reaction but In some cases there may be redness or swelling at the site of Injection. The Immunity begins to develoD a few weeks after Injectoin but re quires from three to seven months to reach its height In all immuniz ed persons. Hundreds of thousands of child- over 25.000.000 Sold Allwearers cant be wrong LEYISTRAUSS Overalls the Leading Brana for over 56years Every pair sold with This guarantee NEW PAIR. FREE ,FRT.r Askfor Levi's feMeMercKricfjejflceStt New York Life Insurance Co. NOT A COMMODITY BUT A SERVICE W. V. Crawford, Agent Heppner, Ore. John Day Valley Freight Line (Incorporated) Operating between Heppner and Portland and John Day Highway Points. DAILY SERVICE Prompt delivery, rates reasonable plus personal and courteous service. $10,000 cargo insurance. CITY GARAGE, Local Agent, Phone 172 SATISFACTION- Always comes from a job well done. Good materials are necessary for a good job. Our materials are always good. TRY US AND BE SATISFIED You'll be Plesed With Our Service Heppner Planing Mill & Lumber Yard A. R. REID, Prop. Phones: Mill 9F25; Yard Main 1123 No More Gas In Stomach and Bowels If yon wish to be permanently re lieved of gaa In stomach and bowels, talc Baalmann's Gas Tablets, which are prepared especially for stomach gas and all the bad effects resulting from gas pressure. That empty, gnawing feeling at the pit of the stomach will disappear; that envious, nervous feeling with heart pal- Ei tat ion will vanish, and you will again e able to take a deep breath without discomfort. That drowsy, sleepy feeling after dinner will be replaced by a desire for entertainment. Bloating will cease. Your limbs, arras and fingers will no longer feel cold and "go to sleep" be cause Baalmann's Gas Tablets prevent gas from interfering with the circula tion. Get the genuine. In the yellow pack ge, at any good drug store. Price $1 Always on hand at HUMPHREY'S PATTERSON'S Tum-A-Lum Tickler Voloin 1 Happnar, Crafon Saptambar U, ISM Hambw 1 PnbUanad 1b tha lntvMta of th paopte of Happnar and Tlolnlty by TUM-A-IXTM LUMBER COMPANY Pnona 912. Howdy Folks! What we need In this town is more rubber checks that will stretch from one Saturday night to the next Our wood is easy for the wife to split, nice for the kids to make toys, and burns hot Foreman: We don't need any more men on this job. Job Hunter: Can't you use Just one more. I'll do such a little bit of work. These cold nights make one think about winter and that supply of fuel that should be put in now. Both wood and coal are at our yards. Somebody has discovered that the woman buys and the man pays. Well, you can't expect the woman to do both. The Tenant "Finds a house Takes a chance Pays his rent In advance; Owner sells -. Tenant then Starts to hunt House again." A home of your own for this win ter. Or remodel the old home and insulate it with Celotex or one of our other insulators and it will pay for Itself in the fuel it will save. Ask us for plans and costs. Editorial Which is the dangerous age? It is usually between the cradle and the grave. ALBERT AD KINS, Editor. School time foods must be healthful and nourishing. Wholesome meals prepared from fresh, clean foods are essential to build young bodies strong and sturdy. That's why we invite mothers to buy at MacMarr's. Here you will find just the right foods for children fresh, nourishing, and body-building. Economically priced, too! BANANAS Fancy Ripe Fruit 3 lbs, 25c GREEN PEPPERS Fine for stuir,Dg3 lbs. 29c Bread BUTTER-NUT Full Pound Loaves, loaf 5c LARD 8-LB. PAILS $1.45 Peanut Butter FANCY BULK, 2 LBS. Deviled Meat LARGE SIZE, 3 CANS 29c Ql 1DPD QI IRQ LARGE PACKAGE Nearly three 1 g OUri-f OUlJ times as large as the small size 1 F V MAC MARR FLOUR A PUKE HARD WHEAT 49-lb. Bag $1.93 1 Barrel . $7.49 5 Barrels at $7.25 10 and 20 Barrels for Less. Money Back Guarantee We Now Operate Over 1700 Stores That's why we can sell for less STONE'S COFFEE SUPREME BLEND 1 Lb 49c 3 Lbs; . . . $1.45 SPECIAL BLEND 1 Lb 39c 3 Lbs. . . . $1.10 Why Buy the Can? Starting October 1 we will close at 6 o'clock EVERY EVENING BUT SATURDAY Sandwich Spread oop Honey Nut Jar Ot Bread and Butter PICKLES Jar 23c CHEESE 5-lb. Brick, Brookfield $1.59 Tree Tea 35c A high quality tea MATCHES 6-Boi rations; Large Boxes CartOH 1 9C WALNUTS Fancy Oregon Soft Shell 3 IbS. 98c Phone 1082 STONE'S DIVISION Hotel Heppner Bldg.