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Thursday, December 29, 1927
from our local dry goods empor- wings. Apple cubes and mayonnaise to serve when eggs are scarce, as
I »um. llis otner shirt, which he had form the body. Strips of pimento f
’*■ no eggs
----- at *
they can • be made
LAURENCE LOCKNEY, Editor
worn continuously for two seasons, make .’?elers.
all, or. at most, one! Old-fashioned
was showing signs of threadbare-
An attractive holiday salad is creamy rice pudding, without eggs;
100 per cent Americanism in cast es that a movie actress was arrest ncss, besides which it was becom-
made by adding chopped walnuts, gelatins made from fruit juices;
INTERVIEWS HIMSELF ing the ballot, and indicated for- ed there last week for shooting her ing quite dirty.
celery and cranberries to a cran- mince, apple, cranberry, and other
Bassmouth Baker of Bullfrog cibiy with the index finger of his husband without a license.
fruit pies; cornstarch blanc mange,
Buttes, who has been quite fortun right hand that 100 per cent Am
Prof. Flyleaf Adkins states that
either vanilla or chocolate; fruit
night classes in marksmanship will
cup; fruit cobblers, made with a
the past 20 or 30 years, gave out the hoi poilu and the vox populi, be started in the high >enoo: next have their trees seriously damaged stuffing green peppers with a ndx- biscuit top; dried fruit shortcakes,
an unsolicited interview this week arm in arm with the common yo week. The Siskiyou Kid, who has by red spider mites can escape ture of chopped olives and cheese. with
to a number of our citizens who kel, or geezer, going to the polls ' s¡x notches m his gus, has bee:. Cuis damage by thoroughly exannn- seasoned to taste. Rings are sliced stewed, and baked fruits in season-,
were hanging around the sunny and voting for the candidate that tmployed as instructor.
ing the buds in the fall or winter
stewed dried fruits; steamed fruit
side of the postoffice.
i is picked to win by Mr. Baker
O. Byron Heck, who has been in for the clusters of tiny red eggs, lettuce in shape of a clover leaf. puddings;
Daisy salad is made by slicing made from canned fruit juices
Bassmouth said that the future himself,
j the habit of eating an apple a day says the department of entomology
of the country depends upon the
to keep Doc Horsecollar away, told of the Oregon experiment station. the white of a hard boiled egg such as blackberry or raspberry,
THE POLITICAL CRISIS
election of the right man for pres
Ezra Hoskins that he recently start- If tiie clusters are numerous, they lengthwise, and placing it on bed | thickened with corn starch; baked
So far no attempt has been made
ident. He said that many times in
cd to eating three apples a day may be killed by an application of of shredded lettuce in the position Indian pudding; fruit sherbets.
the past the constitution seemed by either the democrats or repub- since the chiropractor and the vet- 8 per cent oil emulsion after freez of petals. Centers of grated egg
Pork and other meats to be can
yolk and mayonnaise are used.
on the verge of being toppled into licans of Cactus Flat to secure a erinarian started in business in our ing weather is over.
ned are cooked first in the usual
This is the time of year to
Individual servings of fruit salad way for any given cut, and then
an abyss of corruption, and that national convention for the nom- city.
at the same time the cornerstone ination of a presidential candidate.
Bootlegger Rattlesnake Ike made guard against ewe paralysis ac- are attractive when served in cups processed under steam pressure. Di
cording to the experiment station, of baskets of orange or grapefruit rections for doing this are found
of the foundation of our govern-
er grip our citizenship with its a flying trip to the tall timber uist This trouble is oue primarily to peel.
I in Farmers’ Bulletin 1186-F, Pork
ment faced immediate and violent
lack of exercise together with too
destruction, but that the election clammy tentacles, or else
Mescal Bill picked up an old much dry feed, It is avoided by
of our leaders will feel the barbed
of a president always pulled order
of canas this week, with feeding hay at
night so the ewe
out of chaos at the critical and
which he will reinforce his trous- will go into the
pasture during the
logical, not to say psychological, editorial quill.
day and get her required exercise.
moment, and that the government ANOTHER HAT IN THE RING
In this way hay supplements the
has always survived, even though
WOOD FOR S ale
Horatium P. Whiffletree of Cac
at times it has seemed a bit wob tus Flat has announced his inten
I have about 10 cords of moun- pasture.
bly on its pins. He advocates a tion to run for president. Mr. Whif tain oak wood which I am desirous
During the pruning season
fletree is a dirt farmer, distantly of selling to people who b.irn wood pie growers are apt to find areas
removed; he has never formed or in their stove at $2.00 per tea:' or of the bark that are punctured with
i expressed an opinion, and also has $0.00 per cord. This wood is some many fine holes, says the experi
; ofher qualifications which are ad- that I dragged up out of the creek ment station. This injury is done
r.nd cut into stzvewood length at by the bronze apple tree weevil.
and entertaining musical mired by the voting public.
a great ci.peus-. of time nr ! :aj,r These areas are cut out and de
“Speaking of the new Ford,” raid end much t eat. I don t want ui,y stroyed and the wound painted
numbers followed by a
Old Quib Skills today, “one of our cf it lift oi! „ v hands •.s
toon with a mixture of creosote, 1 pint,
citizens went into a restaurant in a lot of hard work to ge: it c <. and coal tai:. 2 pints.
the county seat the other day
It is not desirable to fatten
High School Auditorium asked for flivver and bacon.” and'up into stovewood length and the
rusty old bucksaw that i borrowec itcers on grain in the northwest,
Thursday, December 29
from Bearcat Boone was so dull tiie Oregon experiment station finds
I blistered both my two hands as they do not bring large enough
membership of the Chamber
and nearly broke my back getting profits over steers fattened on hay
Children 15c, Adults 25c I | ] of The
Converse has grown to such an
Ladies bringing baskets get extent that another chair was add it cut up into stovewood length to justify the expense. Baby beef,
ami I want to sell it to those who ljwever, cannot be produced on
in free, and admission ap ed this week.
first come first served. The wood hay alone. In order for cattle to
plies on purchase of basket. • Mrs. Bearcat Boone, who recently is cut up into stovewood length put on desirable gains at this age
A prize for the best basket. kerned to drive a car from th? and is just the right length to fit they must have a liberal amount
front seat, is still qualified to di
Everybody come. You will rect
yovr stove. You will du well tc of grain in their feed ration.
her husband’s maneuvers from
buy your wood from me as it is.
have a good time.
Irrigated land in Oregon that is
the back seat.
and is cut up into not frozen or planted to a crop
Auspices of Christian En Sycamore Slim writes from the stovewood wood
mav be leveled or releveled to el
deavor, Christian Church. I little frontier village of Los Angel-
Yours for wood
iminate all high
HOKSFHIDE HOPKINS. places, where water control
difficult during the past season.
COLD BREEZE HITS
THE CACTUS FLAT CATAMOUNT
Tins Dark Secret
NEW BATTERIES $9.85
Old Batteries Taken in Trade
Now is the time of year your battery should be
kept fully charged and in tip top shape.
Your battery recharged, painted acid
proof, paint and acid adjusted, all for ..
Radio batteries and others not requiring $1 00
removal of installation in car...................
Rent batteries, per day
During the Winter Months when Heavier Feed
ing is necessary, you can be sure of uniform quality
Vernonia Trading Co
FINNE i GF THE FORCE
A cold and clammy breeze of un
known origin struck our midst this
week, reminding a number of our
respectable and respectful citizens
that it was time to get out the flan-
! nels. The breeze sprang np over
night and before our citizenship
knew what was going on it was
too late to do anything about it.
Not only did we have a chilling
wind that cut like a jackknife, but
it also acted in the capacity of
the harbinger of frost, which bit,
without any perceptible warning,
into the very souls of our late veg
etables, and even some of the hard
iest of weeds that escaped the
gruelling glare of last summers
sun were warped almost beyond
recognition by the hoary monster.
Winter is upon us. There is a chill
in the air that reminds us forcibly
and poignantly that the elements
are not to be trifled with.
ALAS. ALACK. A RIGHT GOOD
Wampus Pete, the Silver Pen
ned Poet of the Sierras)
balmy fine night I was riding,
With a pretty young' miss from
The night it was dark;
I decided to park,
And switched out the lights on
put my arm gently around her—
She knocked me right out on
On the ground I lay prone,
While she speeded on home—
And I learned about women from
Attractive and appetizing salads
may be made for winter use. "Por
cupine” salad is made by sticking
“needlzs” cut from unblanched al
monds into halves of canned pears.
Fruit salad in a wafer box is
made three Saltines together with
ribbon and filling with a lettuce
leaf and fruit salad. A garnish of
marshmallow or candied cherry adds
to the appearance.
Butterfly salad is made from
canned pineapple, A slice Is cut
crosswise and the cut edges plac-
other to form
Miller Mercantile Company
M c M innville
With best wishes jor a
appy ^eiv ^eai
HIGHTOWER PULLS FOX PAW
Gil Hightower received a charge
of buckshot in his right shoulder
Tuesday morning when he asked
' Cleve Clifton the name of
Arizona sheriff who escorted Cleve
; to the state line.
TO KEEP UP WITH PROGRESS,
BILL LEMON CHANGES SHIRTS
Bill Lemon appeared on
streets of our thriving metropolis
last Sunday with a new flannel
shirt which he
'ernonia's Leading Store
With an Oirish Brogue