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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 3, 1927)
Relief Work in Wake of Earthquake
large paddock or incloture especially
a sodded one, helpa considerably to
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At America's Orphan City in Armenia workd imuinriy. Thorough
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Near East Relief Orphans Repairing Damaged Streets American Ambulance
Bringing In Casualties.
hA been reduced to nlna thousand.
ilaid waste ibe most novel city The disaster, howeter. now threateni
In the world Cable dispatches to throw a large number mora oa the
California leads in volume of let
tuce production, followed by Colora
do, New York, Arizona and Florida.
The order of importance changes
each season due to the weather con
ditions, although California always
takes first place. Last year, these
five stated shipped about 90 per
cent of the total carlot lettuce sup
ply. Shipments are made up chiefly
of the compact, substantial head let
tuce of sueh well known types as the
Iceberg and the West, and the Big
Boston from the eastern shipping
kHE Armenian earthquake has
laid waste ibe most nove city
In the world Cable dispatches
to the Near East Relief Indicate that
Its orphanage ctnters of the organiza
tion In Lenlnakan. formerly Alexaa
dropol, have been seriously damaged
by the disastrous earthquake thai
cost 500 lives and made SO.00.0 home
less In the mountain country.
The orphan city was established by
the Near East Relief shortly after
the armistice, being housed in bar
racks that once belonged to the Im
perial Army of the Russian Czars. At
one time 35.000 children were cared
for here, though rehabilitation efforts
had ben so successful up to the time
of the earthquake that the number
hands of the organization.
Relief officials on the field have es
timated that a million dollars will be
required to provide adequate relief
In the earthquake sons and to (urntsh
sufficient funds to repair the orphan
city and maintain It until June.
People In the United States are
urged iy the Near East Relief. 151
Fifth avenue, New York City, to ob
serve International Golden Rule Sun
day, for the benefit of the earthquake
victims and to aid In the continuation
of work In the earthquake tone and
In Greece. Syria. Palestine. Turkey
and Persia for another year.
Pulling Horses Through Winter
. The condition of the farm work
horse that has been wintered in the
open i3 usually better at the end of
the winter than that of the stabled
horse. Weather conditions in some
sections, however, will not permit
this practice. Where the horse must
be kept indoor the stable should be
made as sanitary' and comfortable as
possible, and have an abundance of
light and proper ventilation through
out the year.
A system of ventilation with floor
outlet ventilators will tend to carry
off foul air and regulate the temp-
erature, especially in colder cli
mates. Where windows are relied
upon for both light and ventilation
they should be high up from the
floor, and open Inward from the top,
in order to protect the horses from
Stalls should be well bedded and
cleaned daily. Clay floors are
doubtless the best if correctly built
and properly attended to. They must
be kept smooth with slightly more
slope for drainage than for other
t types of floors.
In connection with the stable, a
Early Birds For Egge
Pullets hatched early In the spring
as weather conditions permit are
likely to be more profitable layers'
than late-hatched birds. ' They be
gin laying earlier, thus producing a
a larger proportion of eeirs during
the period of high prices.
Kill a Hog Sara $15
You save an average of about $15
on each hog you slaughter for jvur
own use. Of course this saving
doesn't take into consideration the
cost of your labor, curing materials,
and mch things.
Information For The Homo
A, cup of water placed in the oven
when a fruit cake is baking helps to
keep the right amount of moisture i
in the air and to prevent the cake
from drying out.
If you have some jelly that is not
firm enough to use on the table, it
will do in place of cider or grape
juice In fruit cake or mince meat.
When you cut up material for sal
ads, make the pieces large enough
so that you know w hat you are eat
ing, and small enough to be .dainty.
Do not mix with the dressing until
servinsr time. exceDt in the cas of
those salads whic'n call for special '
Chiloquin The $75,000 , Chilo
quin theater to begin building at
went live muBKrats and a male
con. B. F. Lka, Wapinitia, Ore
Where the Inner Man Ceti Full
(TRY OUR SUNDAY
Ice Cream. Cold Drinks and
Time Schedule No. 1. Nov. 26, 1928 '
THE DALLES -MAUPIN
Dependable Service Between
THE DALLES, DUFUR TYCH end
Read Down Read Up
A. M. P. M.
9:30 Lv. THE DALLES Ar. 3:30
10:20 DUFUR 2:40
11:05 TYCH VALLEY 1:55
O. W. R. T.
The Dalles to Dufur $1.00 $1.80
I The Dallei to Tygh $2.00 $3.60
The Dalles to Maupin $2.50 $4.50
Your Watch Haywire?
If it is not doing its work
briny it to The Times office
and Mr. Semmes will send
GUY A. POUND
Successor to D. Lindquist
THK DALLES - - OKI GON
Connections at Bank Hotel, in The
Dalles for Portland, Pendleton
Modern Equipment Courteous Treat
ment and Careful Drivers
CHAS. BROWN - - - Manager
Stage Depot at Rainbow Restaurant
The Dalles, Ore. Phon 35-J
TRAVEL BY STACE
Suite 15-16 Vogt Block
Dr. Fred H.Pageler
DeLARHUE OPTICAL CO.
The Dulles, Oregon
and General Machine Work
Cylinder Grinding, General Machine Work, Truing
Crankshafts, Making Pistons and Rings,
hearings, All Sizes Made to Order.
Sheet Metal Workers.
Complete Line of Parts for All Makes ef Tars
Full Line of Lahers Springs
ELECTRIC and OXY-ACETYLENE WELDDING
609 East Second Street
The Dalles, Oregon
I. O. O. F.
meets every Saturday niglrt in
Lodge No. 209 Maupin, Oregon,
I. O. 0. F. hall. Visiting mem
bers always weteome.
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