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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (May 2, 1929)
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'.Vich noil, ill good producing con
cliion is necessary to secure a large
yield of root crops In Oregon, flndi
the experiment. : tntion. . Applicants
of 20 to 40 tons of barnyard manure
an acre are not uncommon, and the
crops are In such cases often grown
on the same land several year3 in
succession. Cost of handling makes
it desirable to produce this heavy
yielding, water crop fairly close to
the place where it is to be stored.
Commercial fertilizers, particularly
superphosphate in the coast region,
help to secure a larger yield of
That most consistent re. ults in
potato seed disinfection have come
from the use of corrosive sublimate,
nre the findings of the Oregon ex
periment station, and experienced
growers are now inclined the use
this method in preference to any
other. While hot formaldehyde is
effective in killing Ehizoctonia on the
i urf ace of tubers, the heating of the
solution is usually considered too
inconvenient, and cold formaldehyde
is not effective, it is found.
pu'ku a little longer.
There may be different kinds of
soil in the farm garden and it is
well to consider this when planning
the spring planting. Early crops and
those that need quick, warm soil do
best on high, warm ground. On
moist, low land such crop,; as celery
onions and late cucumber should be
Calves raised to be fattened as
yearlings should be taught to eat
grain before they are weaned so
they1 can bo weaned with only a
slight interruption of growth and
loss of milk fat. Los;; feed will be
needed to put them into good con
dition and they can be finished for
Field root crops, including man
gels or cow 'beets, rutabagas, tur
tips find corrots, play an important
part in the dairy and livestock pro
gram in several .cetions of Oregon.
They have long been recognized as
a valuable form of winter succulence.
They may be stored lather cheaply,,
provide an excellent conditioner for
licestock and take the place of a
considerable amount of grain, finds
the experiment station.
Many new method in dairy and
poultry marketing are coming into
use, says the Bureau of Agricultural
Economics U. S. Department of
Agriculture the dressing of poul
Iry at packing establishment-,' the
use of paper containers in selling re
tail milk and cream, the rapidly ex
panding business in frozen eggs, and
lank trucks instead of the familiar
milk can for hauling milk in bulk.
Clean Out DiUhM.
Cooperation in keeping each
ranch free for cattail, lupine, mul-
Icn and willows where they inter
fere with the flow in the ditches,
will, also react to every water
user's benefit. Willows look nice
on h treele a plain but when they
choke the canal they act like the
king who killed the goose that layed
the golden egg.
Bums Creamery taken over
Mel Kundert . '
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A Once-A-Week Service to Weeklies
To get a lesser number of the
best-quality blooms from cut-flowers
rose bushes, they should be pruned
every spring to within 6 inches or
1 foot of the ground. To get a
greater number of smaller bloom-,
one-third to 0ne-half the wood should
Chicks of different ages should not
be rai.ed together. The older ones
will crowd the yourger and the re
sult will be poorly developed chick
ens. Chicks should also be separated
according to sex. Cockerels of the
lighter class, such as leghorns should
be reparated from the pullets when
about 8 weeks old, and cockerels of
the general-purpose class, such as
Plymouth Rocks, "may run with the
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Fine of
Toledo, Oregon, visited this week at
the D. B. Wilson home.
Mr. and Mrs. Rif ler of Forest
Grove stopped at the Wilson home
this week while on their way to
California. Mr. Kifier is an old
time schoolmate of Mrs. Will on.
Lilly Hunt is having the road be
tween his ranch and the highway
Mr. and Mrs. Tomlin of Klamath
Falles were the last week end guests
at the Duus home.
Pine Grove News
Supporting Irrigation Company
A general effort b being made to
give support to the Wapinitia Irri
gation company in its dam construc
tion program, begun last fall and to
be continued as soon as snow will
permit. When the "dam conserves
the now-lost values in flood waters,
irrigation farming in alfalfa, beans,
corn, onion", potatoes will make
subdivision possible and sale of
land a reality, where how dry
tranches are a drag and non-paying
load for many a farmer to carry.
All Smnme? "
Choice of many, routes Liberal stopovers
On sale daily May 22 to Sept. 30 inclusive. Return limit Oct. 31
ST. PAUL $75.G0
ST. LOUIS ....... .'$35.60
WASHINGTON .. . 145.36
, NEW, YORK. . . .. .$151.70
Similar Fares to other points
Go East Via the Famous Columbia
River Scenic Route on Either the North Coast Limfted
or Oriental Limited
Full details at
E. W. GRIFFIN
L. S. DAVIS
Trav. Psgr. Agent
ROUND TRIP TO
KANSAS CIT ... 73.60
ST. LOUIS 85.60
NEW ORLEANS.. 112. JS
CI rVELAND 112.8S
PITT SBUHG?? 121.09
ir.W YOK IS1 7.1
EFFECTIVE MAY 22 TO SEPT. 30
RETURN LIMIT OCT. it, lf2 "
Reduced fares all parti of east; liberal stop
overs. Fine trains; modern equipment;
splendid serrice; scenic route. Short side
trips enables you to visit
ZION NATIONAL PARK
GRAND CANTON NATIONAL PARK
&3YCE CANYON NATIONAL PARK
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK
RCCKY MOUNTAIN NATL PARK
Information and Booklet! on request
R. B. BELL, Agent, Maupin. Ore.
EDW. H. McALLEN, T. F. & P.
A., Bend Ore.
loe A. Graham will open his. first
road camp on the Beaver crook road
next Monday. Just a small crew
will be employedto start with. The
snow there is off rufflelcntly to make
thiu start possible. Joe and Henry
Miller went up on a tour of inspec
tion Monday, going to Boiler camp,
Bear creek and Beaver creek. Joe
reported seeing two bear and one
cougar track on Sunflower . flat.
Hedin saw a timber wolf on' his trip
to the clear lake intake last Wednes
The following have purchased
water for their ranches this week:
A. IL Mavhew for the Bob j Mulr
place; Frank Fleming for his ranch
vacated by M. I. Shearer and France
Confer for the Bosworth place.
Lester Crabtree went to the Sharp
Holland wood camD last Mondav
by i to engage his yonr'c wood. Bobby
Davidson accompanied him.
Sam Brown and wife transacted
business at Maupin on Monday.
0. Bronner's household has the
John Charles ani Jennie Bronner
Charles have sold out at Medford and j
have gone to Bend, where John has
taken work in the woods.
Frank and ! rn Kit-hards' i re
turned to this piace from Prineville,
v here they spent lr days on r;mch
li: iness. Henry f.Vhardson Bon'j.
xiep'iew, operand the sen-ice station
d iting the ab c of his um'c.
Ccarles Cox nr I family and Virgil
Ma.'field and family were enter
tf.i: ed by Ben and Frank Richard
o on Sunday at the First and
Last Chance service station.
0. S. Walters, as t ecretary
treasurer.of phone lino No. 25, was
out this week collecting repair
0. E. Bays of Maupin was at
Pine Grove Sunday, making repairs
Bates Shaftuck and wife vl itcd
the timber line lastj Sunday.
Ed Mathews is busy selling wash
ing machines. Ed. says "cleanliness
i- next to Godliness," so qualifies
by doing missionary work to a
larkened ll-.ica world. God luck,
Ed. - ' ,
Bob Davidson recently visited the
Holland & Sharp woodyard, where
he bargained for a year's cut of
Ray, Kaylor has bargained for
his wood at the Hedin wood camp,
operated by Sharp & Holland.
The T-um-A-Lum Lumber com
pany has made a deal with Sharp &
Holland for 100 cords of pine and
fir wood, and has also secured 200
cord- from the Linn wood camp.
Linn & Son's mill is operating and
hauling the cut to Maupin, making
The McFarlane mill recently, ex
perienced a tough piece of luck by
having a shaft break. That tied up
operations for a few days. In the
meantime a big dust and slab con
sumer has been started. McFarlane,
Sr., offers any wood outfit the
rlabs free (some 15 tiers each
operating day) if they post a bond
to keep the slabs clear of mill opera
tion daily. A good thing for some
business head to fignre out. A
value of slab wood of from $12.00
to $15.00 per day going up in smoke.
Anyone interested see McFarlane.
N. G. Hedin drove his car to the
fork", above Bear creek last week,
then took a long hike over the snow
fields to canal intake gate at Clear
creek and the Frog lake flume.
Snow at the gates was , fivj feet
The small flow of water of the
different springs ' along the upper
canal line had opened "the canal
snow for several half-mile stretches.
Hedin turned in what water he dar
ed and barring breaks of back-water
the enow should yield and let water
out to the Flat by May 15th, as
near as water can be estimated.
This is the first year that April snow
prevented the springs' flow from
reaching the Flat during that month.
Continuous low temperatures in the
upper Cascades is thought t0 be re
sponsible. Many farmers are low
on stock and domestic water and all
will watch with interest the results
of the visit Hedin made to the in
takes. W. A. Dane is heading a crew to
repair the routh ditch. The Davies
draw had to be raised and refounda
tioncd on the east end.
Art. Gutzler and neighbors are
cutting out willows and other canal
obstructions along the middle sec
tion of the canal system.
Iris Sharp spent a part of the
week end with her cousin., the
Charles Lewis children.
The Slmenson Construction com
pany recently sent a representative
to Pint Grove to learn how soon ht
could get out a tractor, left at tht
canul intersection last full. It will
be two weeks before 'this will -bo
po sible, judging from present snow
Ted Endersby and wife are the
proud parents of the most popular
b.vby at the Wapinitia all weak night
shows of last week.
Mrs. Itmom West has returned
from The Dulles hovpltal.
Wnj. Forman spent some time
several days lust week trading with
tho Maupin merchants and organiz
ing a baseball team. , ,
0. S. Walters and sons are farm
ing the Carrie Webcrg ranch this
year. They do thl i by . order of
Frank Dick, admin'ptrator of the
"Motor Cycle Mike" of Linns'
mill up to the time of the two fires,
hns returned .to Tine Crove astride
his gns horse and is now employed
at the McFarlane mill.
Roy Sharp of Montana is due here
this week for a vl it with his broth
N. G. Hedin cut his thumb with
an axe this week. That comes by
not letting his wife split the wood
MAUPIN HI TIMES
nothing of studying four or five
hours every night. That's nothing.
We students have unanimously
agreed that we think nothing of It
Bob Shepflln thinks he Is witty
but the follow who wrote "Snow
Bound" waj whlttler.
Art sayj, that ho would havo won
the 220-yard run last Saturday but
ho borrowed Poling'i shoes and by
the time he got from one end to th
other the race waa over,
The- boys' relay team has adopted
a new anthem since Saturday,
we wore able to learn that he had
Upon questioning the lend-off man
chosen "I Fell Down and Went
Since Andrew Crabtree has been
practicing the play regularly ho has
become a great lover of ileep.
AMBULANCE SERVICE r
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"BILLY" HERE SATURDAY
CAN YOU BEAT IT?
Jim Slushcr. a twelve-year-old
has forty-five nhecp, representing
four years of club work arid accom
plishment. Before he was eight
years of age he wrote to Mr. Hunt
asking for bummer lumbs. Mr.
Hunt complied with the request,
giving Jim tix the first year, seven
the next, eight the following and
nix the last year, Fitzpatrick, Ab
bott and Mel Sigman have added
eighteen to the band until at 'pres
ent, through breeding and the gift
lambs, he has forty-five in all. A
few have cuceumbed to sickness and
some hjive been sold. Coyotes have
not molested them.
Jim has not, once won first plsce
for hi; efforts at the county fairs,
but has been sent to Salem in a
judging contest. Next (fall the
Maupin State Bank 4s sending him
to Corvallis as a representative of
For the care and timo spent dur
ing these four years Jim Slusher
has been richly rewisjrded. II it
perseverance will bring him still
greater profit in the remaining
years of club work, for he has the
stuff of which winners arc made.
5& BAKING W
rrpS?vj "fuit pound :
Dr. WM. KENNEDY
DLNTAL X-RAY '
First Nst!ol Beak Bldf.
The Dlli Ortgoa
Wilson Painting Co.
House and Sign
Long Distant Hautinf A Specially
ELZA 0. DERTHICK
Call, Write or phone, Times Office
I. 0. 0. P.
Lodgn No. 208,' Maupin, Oregoa
meets every Saturday night In L 0.
0. F. hall Visiting members always i
, Ceo. Claymler, N. G
Bernard Welch, Secretary.
"BILLY" HERE SATURDAY
Children in the Second grade are
learning to tell time.
The Second grade has a series of
books for dramatization in silent
During the whole year Geraldine
reters has been ahead of the Second
grade in the number of tars but
Dick Shearer is catching up with her.
Edna Cantrell is a close rival with
Mae Greene in the First grade.
The Second grade is making sound
"BILLY" HERE SATURDAY
Wm. F. Schilling'
and Starting Motors
J on All Makes of Cars
From a Pin to a Locomotive Axle -All
At Ufe Maupin Garage
Assemblies have not been marked
as they were at the beginning. Track j
interests have detracted from them i
greatly but now that we have won '
the cup our worries are over until j
the next year. Tue day Mr. DeVoe
displayed the pennant which our
boys won in basketball. The silver
cup, now really ours, was placed in
Ihe Assembly room. Singing Was
We are rather at a loss aa to
where would be the best place to
hang the pennant. Some wanted it
hung over the gymnasium door
where it could be teen by all who
entered the hall, and others wanted
it put ir. one of the rooms. The cup
is to be placed in a glass compart
ment made by the manual training
class a? that it will not become tar
nished by the air or marked- with
"BILLY" HERE SATURDAY
Miss Helen Cowgill, state assistant
clitb leader, is to be in Maupin. on
Thursday afternoon to &v demon
strations to the club girls. Slje will
choose the best team from each of
the, clubs and this team will demon
state at the county fair. She will
al o choose a team to go to the state
fair. - , .
"BILLY" HERE SATURDAY
Elton suggested a sneak day but
when told that 'he hadn't done any
thing el&e but that since school start
ed, he began to wonder.
It is surprising how certain athletes
can work up perspiration at horseshoe-!
but when it comes to base
ball? " Oh! Myt
Mr. DeVoe says he usedUo think
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