The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930, May 19, 1927, Page Page Eight, Image 4

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    Thursday, May, 1!, 21927.
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Pase Eipht
THE MAUPIN TIMES
LOW BATES
for time payments
on these cars
ANY FAMILY entitled to credit may buy a
General Motors car and pay for it while
jlJL using it, under the GMAC Plan.
When time payments first became an accepted
form of car purchase, General Motors organized its
own finance company, the General Motors Accep
tance Corporation, to make sure that the sale of its
cars on time would be in the buyer's interest and
that the finance charges would be fair.
GMAC rates have always been low; and the last
reduction has saved General Motors customers
more than $12,000,000.
rhc General Motors line includes "a car for every
purse and purpose" a suitable model for every in
come. You can buy it out of income, paying no more
than the cash delivered price, phis only the low
"GMX Arcades charge." And the whole transac
tion u so conducted as to keep your goodwill and
satisfaction.
CLIP THE COUPON
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Uffl THE GMAC PLAN to enjoy a new car nawl
Use it to get abetter car for what you plan
to spend. Have General Motors quality. Share in
the economies of volume production. Look over
the list c2 General Motors cars below. See which
car suits your purse. Then check and mail the coupon.
We will send you full information about that car
and about the fair, low-cost GMAC Plan of paying
for it out of income. Don't wait. Clip the coupon
and mail it TODAY. '
GENERAL MOTOR'S
.CLIP THE COUPON
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PLEASE tend, without any obligation to me, illustrated liter.
ture about the Uencrai Motors proawr i nvo bm
together with the name of tha nearett dealer la cm I may
with a demonstration. ALSO SEND YOUR PROVINO CEOUND BOOK.
Name
Address
! CHEVROLET 7modeU-$525to$745
The quality car of the low-priced field. 3epee4 transmi.
sion. Strong rear axle. Smooth dry-disc clutch. Oer-head
valve engine. FUher Bodie. Duco finish. Fully equipped.
CHEVROLET TRUCK CHASSIS: Vfcton, $393 j 1-ton, $495.
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A low-priced "six" which it a quality product la appear
ance and construction. Value proved by unprecedented
ale. Hat largest 6-cy Under engine in it price dau.
Beautiful lines. Fjsher Bodies. Duco finish. All convenience.
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t OLDr5MOBlLEllmod.'k8--$875to$U90 j
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, - i-x at roderrv! cotu Grati&M your finer taste id
new improvement. 4-wheel brake. And a wide choice of model.
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I OAKLAND ?moddi-$1095to$129$
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BUICK 18 models $1195't$1995
Winning and holding goodwill everywhere because of it
superior performance. Fisher Bodles-Duco finish, Rubber
silenced chassis. 4-wheel brake. A lx" whoa quality is
doubly assured as a product of General Motor.
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Everybody know Buick's worth. General .Motors empha
sizes Buick's statement that it new models represent The
Greatest Butck Ever Built." Vibrationlea beyond belief.
6-cylinder valve-ln-head engine. Fisher Bodies. Duco finish.
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LaSALLE 6 models $2495 toi$2685
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General Motors' latest contribution to the fine car field.
New and beautiful car designed and buHt!by Cadillac as a
companion car to Cadillac Has V-rypo 8 -cylinder engine.
Fisher Bodies. Duco finish. Now on display. .
CADILLAC "SwST-
The pioneer in the 8-cylinder field. Standattd of the world.
Improved V-type 90-degree engine. Marvitlon bodie by
Fisher and Fleetwood. Duco finish. Choice of 500 different
color and upholstery combination to emphsulte icuiividuality.
ALL PRICES F.O.B. FACTORY!
ALSO-
, f I FRIG1DA1RE electric re-
J I I frigeratora. The largest
selling electric refrigerator in
I ' the world. Built by General
Motors. Many models.
DELCO-I.lGHTUcrte
plant. Artother General
Motor product Brings you all
the convenien pes and labor-
saving device c f electricity.
Good Cooking
Indicates
Imagination
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NOTICE TO SUBBSCRIBERS
A published In this paper two
vrerks ago we will ralte the auh.
irl)tion price of the paper to
$2.00 ht yt'nr, beginning the first
of June. W have aevera delin
quent n our book, lome of whom
have told u they would oon come
in and settle. Other have made
no effort to met their obligation
to us, therefore If they fail to re
ccivo the paper after the above
date they may know they have
been cut off because they failed
to pay a Juat debt Several de
linquent may be served with
notice from an atterney, In whoe
hand we propose to place their
dulinquent accounts.
We have supplied the paper for
nearly two years and now that we
have made decided improvement
in It, we must have our money or
tako measures to collect It Come
in and pay up, you delinquents.
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3F you are not a good cookyou
lack imagination.
At least this is the theory ad
vanced by a famous Parisian chef,
who maintains that the difference be
tween a good cook and a mediocre
eoe is a difference in imagination. At
any rate this statement would seem
to hold good in the case of the wo
man who believes that inasmuch as
canned foods are cooked foods, all
she has to do it to heat and serve
It is true you can heat and serve
canned foods. They are healthful
and palatable as they come from the
cans, but just as you use sauces, sea
soninar and eravies to make changes
Lin the character of "fresh" foods, so
you must do with canned foods.
Suppose, for example, that you have
only a half a minute to prepare a
tomato soup. It takes only that long
to add the prescribed can of water
,and heat But suppose your time is
oore carefully planned, and you have,
say, ten minutes to give to the soup
course, which the Parisian chef says
is the all-important course in the din
ner. You open a can of tomato soup,
tM a teaspoon of butter, a bit of
poion juice, a dash of paprika, grated
cheese and a sprig of parsley to float
fa (op.. Your soup has been trans-1 chopped onions are ycllowin,
formed from plain tomato soup to
an exquisite culinary cration. Celery
soup from the can may be flavored and
topped by a snowy drift of whipped
crearo, cr heavy creant not whipped
but simply floated over it This is a
very good way to introduce a dinner.
Just as it is po'jiUe to add indi
vidual flavnrins end seasoning to soup,
S) it is with many foods which come
in cans. The canncr pttts the best
psiUe injrcdien'.s into his product
and in a sanitary a-d scientific man
ner which the woman at home could
n-'t possibly dx lie gives -you the
safest fcod in the wortd in the most
convenient form. He has done all the
heavy work for you and you are free
to devote your energies and your crea
tive talents to producing an artistic
and epicurean dish from the food you
remove from the ran.
Not everyone likes spaghetti in the
real Italian style, sr. the grocer keeps
on his shelves plain canned spaghetti
as well as Italian spaghetti to which
the housewife may edd what season
insr she pleases. The woman with
imacination can create from this per
feet foundation, an Italian dish that
would rival the product of Venetian
kitchens, if she will sear some chopped
meat in olive oil m which finely
, and
adding to it a can cf mushrooms, then
serving with a tilth ot neaped lar-l
mesan cheese and bread sticks.
Canned boneless chicken is one ofj
the foods that can te made Into r-
ce'.lcnt dishes by combining with other,
foods. If cne wishes to nuke one's
own O icken a la Kins, it is only
necessary to add to the contents of
one can of boneless chicken, a medium
sze can of tmr.hrooms, salt and pep
per to taste; then place on triangles'
of golden brown toast, pour over a
creamy sauce, garnish wilh parsley
and lay over the top strips of red
pimento.
Chili con cam!, as it comes from
the can is a very authentic Mexican
dish (rijolc beans included. Hut if
cne has the Mexican taste to the ex
tent of craving highly seasoned foods,
edd a fetv red peppers, a little more
finely chopped onion, and tills is a
dish you will remember. -
Fruits Come to us in cans, of course,
as a perfect dish. A can cf Hawaiian
pineapple holds the most perfect fruit
which Hawaii prduces, sun-ripened
in the fields. But if we want our
fruits blended with the nicety that
pleases our particular p'atr, wc can
combine this can of pineapple, say,'
with s can of prunes or fifs and we
have s satisfying ar.d healthful diilu
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WWe ism I Maa Cat Fall
Battsfactloa
SHOOT ORDERS
Asv Time
VRY OUR SUNDAY
CHICKEN DINNERS
Ice Cream. Cold Drink sad
, MtnoeW Good
Time Schedule No. 1. Nov. 26. ltM
THE DALLES -MAUPIN
STAGE LINE
Dependable Servlee Betweea
THE DALLES. DUFUR TYCH u
Miopia.
Read Down Read Up
Morning Trip
8:00 Lv. THE DALLES Ar. IMS
8:40 DUFUR 11.05
9.15 TV.II VALLEY 10.30
9:45 Ar. MAUPIN Lv. 10:00
Afternoon Trip
4:00 Lv. THE DALLES Ar. 8.00
4:40 DUFUR 7i20
5:15 TYCH VALLEY 0i4S
5:45 Ar. MAUPIN Lv. 6ilS
-FARES
O. W. R. T.
Tha Dalle to Dufur $1.00 $1.40
The Dellet to Tygh $2.00 $3.80
The Dalles to Maupin $2.50 $4X0
n v.-.. J. Hon dam on MeKav creek onened. I Forest Grove Two electric re
, wrcgun - .
1 Multnoman county adopts black-1 circulating prune driers boing built
n ,1 j n.,!r, Ani-il Ml) shir Inn nnvinir on link of ML Hood loOD I nere.
. . j Pend cton Wool clip runs more
entered port 01 rornana. . i rouu. .
rmmtv I M v'" "''-v
build-
Battle Creek Sheep company, cf
Baker county, sells 12,000 fletcc3 at
4V4 cents a pound.
Elgin Highway work in sight,
will employ large crew nil summer.
Forest service will issue permit
for hotel and resort PH Olallie lake.
Bend will spend $40,000 for mac
adam street work.
Pendleton Great federal reclama-
Cresharn Multnomah
fair grounds will have dub
ing. '
Garibaldi Oregon Silver spruce
mill at Bay City will be reopened.
State wil spend ?88,000 in oiling
120 miles highway in Klamath
:ounty,
Eugene Three year's building on
Ninth Avenue totals $1,750,000,
WSr'fl MAY 22d
r&fjsrr . .. . .
and goiJ an (summer
'SfStfltP. TW-tS eemenetml
Government will nasist in coloniz
ing 80,000-ncre Owyhee project.
Baker $5,000 site is elected for
$25,000 armory,
Vi.le Reclamation officers ask
focbids on 12 mile heavy canal
work,
Conceal ions at Bank Hotel, Iss The
Delia for Portland, Pendleton
NOTICE
Modern Equipment Courteous. Treat
maat and Careful Drivers
CHAS. BROWN - . . Manfe
IStage Depot at Rainbow Restaurant
ROUND TRIPS
St PAUL, $75.60
CHICAGO, 00.30
NEW YORK, $151.70
Other point In proporllon
Choice of Fine Trains
Yours!
NORTH COAST LTD., 9 :30 a. m. from Port
land via S., P. & S N. P., C B. & Q, and
ORIENTAL LTD,, out at 8:00 p. m. via o., r, 0
& S., G. N C, B. & Q., both following the
famous Columbia River scenic water level
route through the Cascades, and with co
ordinated service east of Chicago. '
Let Uf Help You Plan Your Trip
E. W. GRIFFIN, AGENT
' ; l ' Phone Main 122 '
J, G. WRIGHT, Trav. Passenger Agent
THE MODERN
BARBERS
Most modern shop in Wasco
county catering especially to
farmers' trade. Everything In
the line of barbering done with
neatness and diapntch.
410 East Second Street
The Dalles, Ore.
TRAVEL BY STAGE
rf
RiaTTheTlmes. $2.00 the
year. ,
QSEHQN BAKERY
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The Home of
Harvest
Bread
. Also all kinds of
CASES, PIES, ROLLS,
DOUGHNUTS, ETC.
and everything else In
THE BEST PASTRY
The Dalles, - Oregon
Suite 1S-16 Vogt Block
Telepone 111-W
Dr. Fred H. Pag eler
OPTOMETRIST
Strictly Optical
DeUVRHUE OPTICAL CO.
Tl Dalle, . .' . Oregoa
Your Watth Haywire?
If it is not doinff its work
brinjr it to The Times off.ee
and Mr. Semmes will send
it to
GUY A. POUND
uauuttvoturing Jeweler
nud Watchmaker ,
bucewwor to U. Llndquist
THE DAIXE3 - - ORKGON
WERNMARK
SHOE STORE
Shoes and Repairing
WascoCounty's Exclusive
Shoe Store,
Shoes for the General Repairing
Whole Family , The Dalles, Ore!