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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 9, 1926)
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Inside Information for J
Home and Other Places j
Department tf Agriculture Supplies
. Hint, of Value to All i
Don't Meke Beet Wait Heat
Comb honey that is left in the
the hivos after the honeyflow is ov
er becomes soiled snd discolored.
It should be renfbved as soon as fin
ished. When the honeyflow is over
&H the empty supers should be rc-
niovod, so that the bees will not have !
empty space to keep warm during
Sauce nsturulle is made by thick
ening the water in which a vegetable
was cooked. It may be made in con
nection with many kinds of vege
tables, and will also provide the ba
ck for a good vegetable soup,
creamed or otherwise.
' Don't boil string beans a long time
with ham or pork merely to flavor
them. The vitamins will be destroyed
and most of the other valuable in
gredients extracted. Instead add
bacon fat or crisp ULced bacon at
Add a tablespoon of horseradish
to tweet-sour sauce for beets.
' Try potatoes cooked in tomato
Juice instead of wate'r. Slice or
dice them for quick cooking.
Finely chopped raw celery im
proves many dishes, such as creamed
beef, fish, crabmeat, oysters, pota
toes, cabbage, or hard-cooked eggs.
Try it in cream sauce for serving on
croquets; with cr..med canned peas
and lima beans, stewed tomatoes and
other vegetables. Add just a few
minutes before serving time.
School Lunch SurprUea
Think back to your own school
days, and recall how delighted you
were when you opened your lunch
basket and found a "surprise" there.
You will immediately want to put on
your "thinking cap" a little more
firmly and see what you can do to
relieve the monotony of the same old
sandwiches in Johnnie's or Mary'a
box. The United States Department
of Agriculture has a few suggestions
to make that may help you.
To begin with you can't do entire
ly without sandwiches, for they are
the most convenient method of com
bining several Substantial foods In a
small space, and are easy for the
children to handle without table
ware. But you can make sandwiches
of different kinds of bread gra
ham, rye, raisin, nut, date, prune, or
fig breads, and breads made from
cooked cereals with combinations of
dried fruit and nuts. Then there
are the quick breads rolls, biscuits,
corn bread,' muff ins, which aro not
necessarily served hot, although wo
are apt to prefer them that way.
Once In a while use one of these dif
ferent breads, either for sandwiches,
or without filling so they do not
seem like the same old thing Save
all the little jars that have tight lids
peanut butter and salad dressing
jars, and jelly glasses. Fill these
jars with such favorite foods a hon
Jcy or preserves, apple sauce, stewed
fruits, cottage cheese, or anythirijj
jthat cannot be spread in ih ordinary
days last week. Everyone de
clares the exposition was the best
Herb Hammer and family called
on the Job Crabtree famtly in Mau
pin on Monday.
At a meet. g of church officials
of the Maupin and Wapinitia con
gregations, held here last week, Mrs.
Everett Richmond was elected dele
gate to represent the two churches
at the conference at Portland, be
ginning September 16.
Waico Healthiest County.
j The state of health of residents of
I Wasco conty must be at the high
Jest level of all the counties of Ore
gon. According to the reports of
'the State Board of Health for. the
ipast two weeks there has not been a
'single case of disease in the conuty
in that time.
and Livestock Brokers
Martin & Thrall
WHEN YOU NEED OUR SERVICES PHONE AT OUR
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WAPINITIA ITEMS r
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Little Miss May Delore Beuel of
Portand is spending a few days
with her aunt, Mrs. Mabel Sturgis.
Mrs. Matilda Delore, who hat
been in Portland taking treatments
for an ailment, returned to her home
here and seems to be much improved
The water situation in this neigh
borhood is becoming desperate.
Wells are going dry and the owners
of those which contain a little water
have been forced to deny same to
those who have none.
The new bridge on the Simnaaho
road over Paquet's Gulch, is about
completed. The entire road will
soon be shape to travel.
Rev. W. A. Mathews and wife
and Wm. Drake came over from
Simnasho and attended church ser
vice at Wapinitia Sunday evening.
The Wards entertained company
from Portland over Sunday last
The party that broke into Dr.
Dake's homestead cabin on or about
September 1st, was seen and is
known. No action will be taken
against him if the articles stolen aro
returned before September 26th to
The Times office or are sent back
to the owner.
Dr. II C. Dake,
793 Thurman St
44-t2 Portland, Oregon
$Hi Nearly all the people of Wapinitia
mTOfe wereat the fair at Tygh all three
o ELEVEN YEARS AGO o
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L. D. Kelly and wife and Dr. Hat
field and wife arrived in Maupin
Friday from a trip which took them
over mountain ranges, across prai
ries and rivers to Yellowstone . park.
The party traveled 2600 miles on the
School begins at Criterion Mon
day with Miss Herrling in her usual
place and a good enrollment of
Mr. Curts, the hog dealer, was
here Wednesday and bought and
shipped 300 head of hogs, over 20
farmers bringing the animals in the
A movement is said to have been
started in Portland to connect the
Barlow road with Hood River by
leaving the old part of that road a
few miles east of Summit and
thence around the base of Mt Hood.
There is some talk of graveling
the road leading though and out of
Maupin from the steel bridge to the
F. M. Confer place on the Flat
n a 1 i 1
Mrs. T. A. Connolly of Maupin is
in The Dalles this week. She ex
pects her sister to arrive from lie-
land this evening. The sister will
make her future home in this section.
A meeting was to have been held
at Wapinitia at which to elect an
eleventh grade for that school, Mr.
Rains to teach the clans. Results
have not reached this office. School
will commence there next Monday
with W. J. Patterson and Miss
Phyllis Fsicher as teachers.
County Superintendent Bonney
and office force are in the Criterion
section, busily engaged in preparing
exhibits for the coming ItSr.
Seven Miles Southwest of Wamic, on
at which time the following livestock, farming, imple
ments and other articles will be sold:
7 Head of Horses from 4 to 7 years
5 Head of Cows.
1 Yearling Heifer.
About three dozen Chickens.
1 Wagon. lHack.
1 16-inch Plow. 1 14-inch Plow.
1 14-hoe Single Disc Drill.
1 3-Section Harrow.
1 McCormick-Deering Mower New.
1 McCormick-Deering Rake New
1 Woodsaw, in good shape.
2 sets Harness.
1 Header Barge.
A Few Potatoes. ,:
20 Tons Hay. " '!
1 Charter Oak Range Brand New,
AND MANY OTHER ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION HERE
TerTT.Q U sums up to $10.00, CASH. All sums over $10.00, 12 months'
time at 8 per cent interest. 5 per cent discount for cash.
FREE LUNCH WILL BE SERVED
o BRING YOUR OWN CUPS o j& , .
"1U1. A. DUNCAN, Owner
C, BUTLER, Auctioneer. F. D. STtf ART, Clerk
THE HONORED COLORS J
WE ARB the colon red and
How we are honored I
How could Christmas be
Christmas without green and
without red to help in the gay
Long ago we two colon were
given this honor.
How gay and pleased it makes
It makes green so vivid sod
bright with delight.
It makes red so glowing and
resplendent with enjoyment.
Ware glad no other colors
were chosen I Mary Grabam
, 1IJ5, Wistern Newspaper Union.)
Algernon Noteup the
Bundle That Cured Him
IT WASN'T his real name, but peo
ple thought he deserved It. Like a
top, he carried a swelled head upon
small foundation. Ills nose wss so
much In the air that It distributed
snubs plentifully. Ilia Idea of getting
up was that of putting others down
Algernon despised Christmas. fit
even felt ready to snub Santa Claua.
This snob had a special snub for" any
body who believed In Christmas cheer
and generous happiness. He was an
ardent member of the Society for th
Prevention of Useless Giving, . Indeed,
be was the chairman of the branch Of
It that Infested his town without bear
ing a gift. There may hive been a
streak of fat In his character, but
there surely was a streak of mean.
It was a bundle that cured him. As
he (talked to bis door with his eyes
on the church steeple he fell over It,
snd as he opened It that Christmas
Day and found that a cumber of his
neighbors had conspired to warm his
heart with tokens of kind considera
tion, he felt so strangely humbled and
ashamed of himself that he wss. never
afterwards able to look down upon
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