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I F the placi J looking cows which
me sees in the ticldi, co.nd ever
astonished and give vent to
a mild, "moo-moo," they certainly
would do so at the 'thought of the
revolution tliey have caused in the
ma'ttr of milk in the country.
'i mie was wl'ed it wr.$ a &:gn of
sVliilesstv.'-s for" a farmer not to
have enough cows on the farm to
S'.ij jily the family vith milk. To
il' y, many farmers keep only one
cow and some keep none. They
have found the value of canned
mi!': milk which is e.wT3tyd or
OH.di'NSfi'! with sutrur ;r .hi.-:l. A
case of ti;is milk is inxiranoe again-t
ever teine; without that staple of
the diet and big distributors report
that more and more canned milk of
every kind is being sold in rural
Canned Milk Uniform
While evaporated milk retains the
gond qualities of fresh milk, it add
some of its own. All thst is d:re
to make evaporated milk is t r
r.!ove a larje percentage cf its
wa'er. Consequently, evajwated
oilk is concentrated. It is also n:ii
f nn ; the first can is exactly like
tlie last one. Because the evapora
tion breaks up the fat globules into
tinier ones, t!ie n;i!k will never
s-;araie: yet '!'.- mik dn !'
v, hiir-.cd. 11. cause ev;:,.--t;sv.!
ii wliv'e milk it is cssv - i. .1; :
rl wor and makes the euV.
Slavics aud sauces i.n . ica':'.(. as
will as leaden? sjwciy! riu.-itss to
ail dishes in which, uii'.k h '' !.
uo.lci:sf." "tjK. .:: ?.()-
frt. mnnuUcurmj rn-.'$;-. Verti
tn.'ly. il saves ii;t!-e wMiti-'Mi of
sr.sar and also saves time in the
preparation of dishes which contain
ir ilk and sugar.
Dried milk is known the world
around; for this powdery product
is simply thr solids of milk, from
mlsich all the water has been re
n. wed. To use dried milk, water
m-st he added, hut the amount of
ter enn 1 varied jnst as in the
iher forms of canned "v!k.
more of total anwnt of bonds,
mortgages, or other securities are:
JessiUne . Mormon, Battle 0 round.
Washington ; Mergenthaler Lino
type company, Brooklyn, rsew
Sworn to and subscribed before
nve this 10th day of April, I92s- -
My eommis Ion expire Jan. 10, 1932
Now la the time to do that sprint
painting. See the Maupin Drug
St ire for estimates.
The fertilization of soil for to
matoes In Oregon sometimes pre
sents a problem to the gardener.
While a good foliage growth Is nee
essary for a full crop of fruit, there
is a possibility of the plants making
too great a growth of leaves and
stems at the expeiue of the fruit
Frcah manure is not good, as any
fertilizer for tomatoes is best well
rotted, fine and thoroughly mixed
with the soil. Two or three ounces
of balanced or complete commer-
Mai feriliser is often used in grow.
ing tomatoes, being applied at the
lime the plant s set in the garden,
.ay a the expermen station.
....Of the Ownership, Managership,
Circulation, tc, Reqairad by the
Act f Congress of August 24,
Of The Maupin Times, published
weekly at Maupin, Oregon for April
1929, State- of Oregon, county of
Wasco ss. .
Before me, a Notary Public in
and for the :tate and county afore
said, personally appeared C. W.
Senunes, who, having been duly
sworn according to law, deposes and
says that he is the editor of the
The Maupin and that the following
is, to the best of his knowledge and
belief a true statement of the
ownership, management (and if a
A sa flw nan as Vn afii-T f r 9
the aforesaid -publication for the
date shown in tha above caption, re
quired ny tne act ot August Z4,
tal Laws and Regulations, printed
on the reverse of this form, towit:
1 That the names and addresses of
the, publisher, editor, managing
editor, and business managers are:
Publisher C W. Semmes and E. R.
Semmes, Maupin, Oregon; Editor
,C. W. Semmes, Maupin, Oregon;
Managing Editor, C. W. Semmes,
Maupin, Oregon; Business Mana
gers, C. W. Semmes, Maupin, Ore'
2 That the owners are: (Give
names and address of individual
owners, or, of, a corporation, give
its name and the names and address
es of stockholders or holding 1 per
cent or more of the total amount of
There are none,
3 That the known bondholders,
mortgagees, and other security hold-
Wsxed floors should be swept with
a soft brush or mjjp entirely free
from oil. Oil softens wax and should
never be u cd on it In any other way.
A more thorough cleaning can be
given occasionally with a cloth wrung
out of warm, soRpy water or turpen
tine or gasoline.
ESTEL'S WISE CRAX
Leather furniture coverings last
longer and look better if rubbed oc
casionally with castor oil or a com
mercial leather polish ta restore tho
oil that gradually dries out. Wipe any
excew off the surface.
If you have difficulty getting a
chili to' drink milk, make plenty of
milk soiipr, puddings and saVces.
Sometimes a little cocoa or other fla
vorings added to milk wit) make It
seem more pnlatable. Try drug store
straws to make an interesting game
of drinking the milk or beverages
made from it. Kgg and milk drinks
are both nourishing and popular.
An insistent ordor prevailed In the
upper classrooms Wednesday morn
ing. The students rushed Into the
chem. cellar expecting to find that
the class had captured a "Halitosl .
They were disapointed, however,
when it was explained that the ordor
was hydrogen sulphide.
Mr. Poling: "I thought that you
said that you could win that race In
Elt: "I did, but you see this was
a running race. ,
Owing to the cold and late
Spring, thene Jokes ain't
A study of vegetable varieties
used in Oregon indicates that the
sttndard varieties are preferred,
and with few exceptions, the non
standard varieties of each vegetable
: elected by the gardener is small, al
though there is a large variety of
fered by seedmen. A copy of the
sugge ted list can be obtained by
writing the experiment station.
Considerable interest is manifest
ed in Oregon at this time in the
growing of beets for cannng pur.
poses. An important consideration
is nsing the right number of pounds
of ieed per acre. Thia will vary of
course with the distance between
the rows. As a general rule, five
to seven pounds are used per acre
when the rows are 25 inches apart.
Thinning the plants is undesirable
from the cost standpoint, hence the
importance of observing the thick
ness of seeding, says the experiment
Red cedar chests are useful be
cause they kill any very young motV ;
larvae which may develop from un-1
noticed eggs in the clothing one has 1
put away. They will not kill half
grown larvae nor adult moths. How
ever, if clothing is thoroughly clean
ed, beaten brushed, and sunned be
fore being put into a cedar chest
the chances are that no moth eggs
remain In It and no damage will
occur. Tight lids are of course es
sential to render the" chest an effi
cient protector again, t moths. ,
Creater emphasis is placed on
wide circular skirt, and adder length
this season. Individual color vari
ations interestingly marked in dre ses
i are brown tones, particularly chest
nut, purple and navy blue. In tail
ored net frocks lemon yellows and
orange are used. Material, for
dresses are of lightweight tweeds,
some bordered in browns, beiges,
pastels and the new rose shades.
Call Maupin Drug lUra
ii i)T. r( imi i
Dr. WM. KENNEDY
First National Bank BUf.
Tie Dalles. Orseea
Wilson Painting Co.
House and Sign
Long Distant Hauling A Specialty
ELZA 0. DERTH1CK
(From School of Home Economics)
Wilted vegetables may be fresh
ened by soaking thcra a short time
before using in cold water, con
taining a little salt.
Dandelion greens and poke shoots When bread is dale, but not too
1012. emhodifd in section 4 13, Pos-' ers owning of holding 1 per cent or
are among the appetizing wild greens
obtainable about this time of year.
Have them occasionally while, they
are young, tender and mild in flavor.
The Class of. '29 Maupin High School
. - Presents
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A Three-Art Play of Unusual Interest
Humor and Delightful Plot
taenneiry emitractedl 'specially for ihh pro
dtiadtf irepireseimftiafiig (tine jmppcir deck
I So Honda bamd four
Crystal Stuart .
Saturday, May 4, 1929
Leg'ion Hall, Maupin
Admission Prices . . . ' Children 25c; Adults 50c
Curtain at Eight
Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French of New York.
fried in fat or bnked brown in the
oven, then stored in a tin container
untiL ready to use in soups, or roll
ed to crumb-, with a rolling pin for
use in frying fish, steaks, veal
chops, chicken, or croquettes. The
bread crumbs may also be soaked in
milk and used instead of fresh bread
for spple Charlotte; or used in mak
ing meat pics, 'ball-, or sprinkled
over cauliflower. "
Call, Write or phone, Times Of.'.cc
Maupin, Oron. '
i. o. o. r.
Lodgn No. 20fi, Maupin, Oregon
meets every Saturday night In 1. O.
O. F. hall. Visiting members always
D. L Rutherford, N. C.
O. T. Reniek, Sm'v,
When steaming a pudding, if the
saucepan in which you are boiling
potatoes isvplaeed over the steamer,
one gas or electric burner will cook
both pudding and potatoes.
Candy pans are better grensrd
with butter, because some of the
grease from the pan will stick to
the candy and will be ta ted first
when the candy is eaten.
Wm F. Schilling',
and Starting' Motors
on All Makes of Cars . "
From a Pin to a Locomotive Axle
All Work Guaranteed
At ??e Maupin Garage
Untweented canned milk
better results than sweetened
fresh milk can be obtained.
Two tablespoons of butter to one
cup of top milk may be substituted
for cream in a recipe.
MAUPIN HI TIMES
(continued from first page)
SEMOKS SELECT MOTTO
The members of the Senior class
cho;e "Honor lies in honest toil" as
their class motto and are greatly
pleased with the selection. The
school board has ordered the diplo
mas, which are similar to the ones
used last year. The class colors are
to be orchid and cream. As yet the
class flower has not bqpn decided
upon by the graduation ew s.
SEE BILLY- -
AWARDING OF LETTERS
SHIP BY TRUCK
RIJd'ULAR FREIGHT LINE SERVICE
Between - . -PORTLAND
- THE DALLES - MAUPIN
THE DALLES TRUCK LINE Inc. SPICKERMAN'S TRUCK LINE
PORTLAND-THE DALLES THE DALLE3-MAUP1N
and Way Point and Way Points
BONDED & INSURED CARRIERS
Last Friday football and basket
ball letters were awarded to tho fol
lowing: Estel Stovall, Elton Snod
grass, Robert Shcpflin, Ira Kidder,
Richard Crabtree, Arthur Appling,
Andrew Crabtree, Orville Fraley, 3
Cyril Fraley, Harry Rutherford, Tom
Slusher, Kenneth Snodgrass, Clar
ence Hlant, Glenn Alexander, Ayii;
Crabtree, Merle" Snodgrass, Mabel
Wcberg, Mary Greene, Ethel Kidder,
Noya Hedin, Lelah Weberg and Beth
f SEE BILLY
On board the S. S. Florida, April
7Able Seaman 1. Kid-dcr became
seasick and fell overboard. Boat
swain K: Snodgra s risked his life
in heroic rescue. Both will be in
port at Maupin, Saturday night,
May 4, at eight o'clock.
. SEE BILLY--. V
WHEN IN THE DALLES "
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" Make Your Headqarters at
The Golden Grill or
A merican Restaurants
jjS where every service awaits you.
HI - ' --.'
H FREE PHONE
S Both Restaurants have been entirely remodeled for.
E your convenience. , '
I E. J. McMahon