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HEPPNER GAZETTE TIMES, HEPPNER, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPT. 19, 1929
$2 for thm
by Nancy Hart
DID YOU KNOW it's the thing
now to have bath towels in differ
ent colors, one for each member of
the family? And that most exqui
site pastel colors are available col
ors that make the bathooom seem
like the end of the good fairy's rain
bow, with peach, orchid, jade, maize,
turquoise, rose, all hobnobbing to
gether in delightful harmony.
In sanitary interests the Idea was
begun, the motive being to make it
easy for each member of the house
hold to detect instantly his or her
own towel. For differences in color
are comprehended with much great
er ease than variations in shape,
size, or location.
All in all, we think it a charming
innovation. Not only does It en
liven those old-fashioned dead white
bath rooms that are so woefully
out of date, but it relieves us of our
job of Supervisor of the Racks.
When Bobby gets used to his jade
towel, he never thinks of reaching
for Eleanor's in peach; nor does he
dare to besmirch the big, fluffy
maize towel that belongs to Dad
Strange that color could settle
' this annoying family problem with
out a single word of argument.
Cream of onion soup
Beef loaf tomato sauce Potato Puff
Cabbage au gratin
Lettuce Russian dressing
Pears stuffed with whipped cream
Floating University to Alaska Thrills U. of O. Students
Above Student body of 170 and faculty of 15 which made cruise to Alaska in August as part of the
University of Oregon summer session. Classes were held on board the S. S. Queen of the Admiral
line, which was chartered for the trip, and credit was given for all studies taken. So luccegWii
was the cruise that it is expected it will be repeated again next summer. "
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FISH AND GAME I
To Cook Ham
Prepared as follows, ham will
have a tenderness and juiciness that
can be obtained in no other way:
Cut a slice of ordinary thickness;
take off a few pieces of fat and
place in a frying pan over the Are,
allow fat to fry for a few moments,
then put In ham and cook five min
utes, turning once. Pour enough
boiling water In pan to cover ham,
cover with lid and cook from 8 to
10 minutes, turning ham once.
Cook 2 lbs. spinach, drain and
chop fine; return to fire, add 1 tbls.
butter, salt and pepper and stir un
til butter melts. Add 2 tbls. cream
and 2 hard-cooked egg yolks chop
Scald, peel and halve ripe peaches,
chill them; fill centers with chopped
blanched almonds and tiny cubes
of mild yellow cheese. Dust with
paprika, serve on iced lettuce leaf
with French dressing.
Roll puff paste or short pie-crust 1
Inch thick; brush with white of egg
and sprinkle with shredded al
monds and powdered sugar. Cut
in strips 1-2 inch wide and 3 Inches
long. Chill and bake in quick oven.
Packing Bottles for Traveling
To prevent possibility of leaking
liquid when packing bottles in the
traveling bag pull over the top of
each bottle a rubber finger stall or
finger from an old kid glove. Then
if stopper is Inserted firmly, It will
not work loose or permit leakage.
Elele&aed by th. Oreffon Bute Gun
Commission, Oregon Bldg., Portland f
Sportsmen who were forced to
alter their deer hunting plans be
cause of the postponement of the
season must wait for a general rain
which will quench the flames of de
structive forest fires that are sweep
ing the state. In no season of the
recent past has Oregon experienced
the long period of drought that has
been the lot of the state this year.
When timber men were congratulat
ing themselves on having escaped
serious fires, flames broke out in a
large number of places and demand
ed the efforts of hundreds of fight
ers. Governor Patterson, unwilling
to permit the taking of unnecessary
hazards, issued a proclamation call
ing for the closing of the season
from the original opening date of
September 15 until such a time as
the coming of rains would wipe out
the old fires and prevent the start
ing of new ones. Ample time was
given the sportsmen to make the
changes in their hunting plans to
conform to the official ruling. When
the season is to open depends en
tirely upon the weather man.
Reports of illegal seining and
dynamiting of fish on the lower
Rogue river at the expense of the
upper Rogue are declared to be en
tirely without foundation by Harold
Clifford, state game warden. To
ascertain the validity of statements
of Illegal fish taking Mr. Clifford
with Matt Ryckman, superintend
ent of hatcheries, spent several days
In the Gold Beah district where al
leged violations were said to be go
ing on. His investigation convinced
him that: there are probably less
law violations on the lower Rogue
Renewing Old Brass Beds
Painted metal furniture is quite
the vogue just now, and the smart
est finish is one in pastel colors. So
treat shabby Iron or brass beds to
a coat of good metal paint In some
shade harmonious with your color
For Sale Brunswick cabinet
phonograph, good as new; 75 rec
ords. $-10. A snap. Box 373, City.
Wanted House to rent Gene
IS ALWAYS THE
Why take a chance,
when you can get the
We Have It,
Will Get It,
Or It Is Not Made
Yours for service and fair
THE DALLES AND
In Internal Medicine for the
past fiftwrn years.
than on any other stream in Ore
gon; that the river is a seething
mass of steelhead and salmon and
that fishing is good; and that pri
vate citizens and commercial fish
ermen are willing and anxious to
co-operate with the state game de
partment in Its efforts to enforce
the laws protecting steelhead and
Plantings of fish by the state
game department during the last
two weeks were as follows: Paul
ina Lake, Deschutes county, 187,500
Eastern Brook; Sparks Lake, Des
chutes 'county, 12,500 Eastern
Brook; Link Lake, DeSchutes
county, 15,000 Eastern Brook; Odell
Lake, Klamath county, 34,000 East
ern Brook; Leither Lake, Klamath
county, 7,500 Eastern Brook; Dee-
ben Lake, Klamath county, 6,500
Eastern Brook; Bobby Lake, Lane
county, 43,200 Eastern Brook; Mc
Kay Dam, Umatilla county, 20,000
With another month to go be
fore the fiscal year of the state
game department ends the records
show that 25 more cougar have
been killed in Oregon than in the
year ending September 30, 1928.
Last year a total of 254 cougar
were killed while during the eleven
months of the current year 279
have been killed. Harold Clifford,
state game warden, believes that
this increase is in no measure due
to the fact that hunters are realiz
ing the great inroads the cougar
make among deer and are making
efforts to wipe the predatory pests
from the forests. Another thing
is that many hunters are equipp
ing themselves with trained var
mint dogs. Only dogs trained for
predatory animal hunting are of
value in taking cougars. The of
fering of $500 in cash prizes in ad
dition to the regular $25 bounties
to the most successful cougar
hunters will undoubtedly make a
heavier killing in the coming sea
son. Like the shoe maker who spends
his day off in cobbling his own
shoes, Matt Ryqkman, superintend
ent of hatcheries for the state game
department, cannot remain away
from fish or fishing territory on his
vacation. With a party of friends
from the federal bureau of fisheries
he is making a two weeks' trip to
the Alaska fishing grounds.
STEERS BATTLE, TIP TRUCK
Jake Wineburger of Fossil took
on a truck load of steers Sunday at
the Lemons place near ML Vernon.
These steers had never had a Sun
day auto ride and for a while they
seemed to enjoy the novel exper
ience and new sensation. But they
New York Life Insurance Co.
NOT A COMMODITY BUT A SERVICE
W. V. Crawford, Agent
DOES NOT OPERATE
Will be in
TH EDALLES on FRI. & SAT.,
OCT. 4 & 6, at THE DALLES HO
TEL, ( Hrs. 10-4), and in
PENDLETON, on WED., OCT. 9th,
at the DORION HOTEL
Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 3 p. m.
Waist Overalls for Men and Youths
ONE DAY IN PENDLETON AND
TWO DAYS IN THE DALLES
No Charge for Consultation
Dr. Mellenthin Is a regular grad
uate In medicine and surgery and Is
licensed by the state of Oregon. He
does not operate for chronic appen
dicitis, gall stones, ulcers of stom
ach, tonsils or adenoids.
He has to his credit wonderful re
sults In diseases of the stomach,
liver, bowels, blood, skin, nerves,
heart, kidney, bladder, bed wetting,
catarrh, weak lungs, rheumatism,
sciatica, leg ulcers and rectal ail
Below are the names of a few of
his many satisfied patients In Ore
gon who have been treated for one
or the other of the above named
Mrs. H. H. Blake, Marshfleld, Ore.
Alfred Clemmens, Corvallls, Ore.
Chas. Desch, Portland, Ore.
Mrs. J. C. Huntsaker, Toledo, Ore.
John Luclan, Echo, Ore.
Bert Lampa, St. Helens, Ore.
Mrs. Maybelle Snyder, Alsea, Ore.
Mrs. Emma Turner, Mlkkalo, Ore.
Mrs. John Van Pelt, Harbor, Ore.
J. H. Wood, Eugene, Ore.
Mrs. Jennie Wooleryfl Salem, Ore
Remember above dates, that con
sultation on this trip will be free
and that his treatment Is different.
Married women must be accom
panied by their husbands.
Address: 4221 West Third Street,
Los Angeles, California.
Bib Overalls for Men and Boys
began to crowd, step on one anoth
er's feet and push, and by the time
they got to the Mascall place they
got Into a free for all fight. It be
came terrific, the truck began to
rock, and the fury of the fight In
creased, and when the mad steers
all got on one side, over the load
went with the truck uppermost, the
steers beneath, and Jake Winebur
ger's eyes popping out like organ
stoppers. He will be back for an
other load but he wants steers that
know how to behave when they
start for the slaughter house in an
auto truck. Bine Mountain Eagle.
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
W1GHTMAN BROS, Props.
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
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
Heppner, Oregon September 19, 1929
Published In the Interest! of the people
of Heppner and vicinity by
TUM-A-LUM LUMBER COMPANY
Lady (who has Just given a penny
t oa beggar): How did you lose
your frotune, my good man?
Beggar: By giving huge Bums to
the poor, just like yourself, madam.
Just before the fall rains start
would be a good time to repair that
roof. Remember how It leaked last
winter? Our estimate on the job
will be completo
If all the sea-sick travelers were
laid end to end, It wouldn't help at
"Why are you putting 'personal'
on that lettor to Mr. Durand?"
"I want his wife to open It"
For comfort this winter
Just give us a call.
Our coal burns so hot
There's no ash at all.
We don't have a mail order cat
alog but we will match prices with
any of them. Besides we offer a
service and keep the money around
where you can have another try
We have just received a car load
of King lump coal. This is the kind
your stove, range or furnace like
for It burns clean each pound giv
ing full value In heat units.
September waxes, and presently
will wane and the returning vaca
tioner gradually recovers from the
vicissitudes of his unaccustomed di
ALBERT ADKINS, Editor.
Food buyers ! Opportunity Days days of extra
value-giving are here. We have stocked our
stores to the fullest with quality foods for this
event. Every item is a big value, every item is
sruaranteed. And every salesperson is ready
alert and eager to help you. So take advantage of these Opportunity Day
values. Stock your pantry with these choice foods!
Quick Quaker Oats Large size pkg. 25c
CITRUS Laundry Soap 10 bars 39c
Sweet and Tender, Standard
A Sperry Product
49-lb. Bag $1.93
1 Barrel . $7.49
5 Barrels at 7.25
1 Lb 39c
3 Lbs. . . . $1.10
1 Lb 49C
3 Lbs. . . . $1.45
Try it! You'll lik it!
Starting October 1 we will close at 6 o'clock
EVERY EVENING BUT SATURDAY
BLUE ROSE 10 LBS. 9
RED MEXICAN 10 LBS. 9
ELBO Fancy Bulk 6 LBS.
4 krs 25'
Old Dutch Cleanser - - 3 cans 19c
PUROX, Large Size Bottle 29c
STONE'S DIVISION Hotel Heppner Bldg.