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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View This Issue
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Uye Oregon Bakery
Fresh Bread and Pastry
Order from your home merchant get the best
Tygh Valley Fair Grounds
EVERETT WILSON, Manager
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Choice of many routes Liberal ttopovert ,
On sale dily May 22 to Sept. 30 inclusive. Return limit Oct. 31
ST. PAUL $75.60
ST. LOUIS $85.60
WASHINGTON . . . $145.86
NEW YORK $151.70
Similar Fares to other points
Go East Via the Famous Columbia
River Scenic Route on Either the North Coast Limited
or Oriental Limited
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Pine Grove News
Among the many Sunday visitor
to pass through Pine Grove on the"
way to the mountain shade and play
grounds were: Art Gutzler and
family, Oscar Renick and family, R.
W. Richmond and family, Ir. L.
S. Stovall and family, Erhic Ender
by and Robert Holman.
Calvin Burnside and Weisbeck
came out of the mountains over the
week end and vi. ited at Tine Grove
and Tygh Valley.
"Cod" Powell and W. A. Dane
were out from the roads camps over
the week end.
The Wapinitia Irrigation company
suffered a wash out of a spillway
near the break of last week. The
following men responded t0 the call
for workers to repair the break:
John Davis, Floyd Eubanks, John
Bren, Lester MeCorkle, 0. Bronner,
Arthur Pechette, John Powell's
hired man, Olm tead, Roy Batty,
George Claymier, Arthur Morris.
Roy Crahtree, Wm. Moore and N. 0.
Hedin. The crew ateo did some re
pair work at the end of the flume
that carries the Frog creek flow.
The water that flows on the Flat
is still yellow, caused by the clay
that washed out of the big cut.
Engineer Humphries and crew are
checking up the irrigation area on
the Flat for the state files on
Roy Batty and George Claymier
were up in the mountains looking up
wood and posts.
The Bons of A. B. Linn and their
families and Ella Shepflin spent
spent Sunday at Pine Grove and at
Ella Shepflin, who is attending
business college at Portland, report
Dorcas Hedin Leaf as gradually Im
proving after her long siege or ill
ness, she having been stricken last
Robert and Cecil Ellinwood and
children are due in Portland after
spending a time in Los. Angeles
and San Francisco. Daughter, Cecil,
who was run down by a speeding
autoists in Los Angles, has recovered
sufficiently to permit traveling. The
The car number was caught by Mrs.
Ellinwood. The company in whose
employ the driver was at the time
earryed accident insurance and th
company settled the claim but of
court for a substantial sum.
Many Wapinitia and Pine Grove
folks visited Maupin Sunday night
for the purpose of listening to the
baccalaurate sermon delivered by
The Wapinitia Sabbath school will
be host to the Pine Grove Tchool and
all Wapinitia friends on Children's
Day, two weeks from the last Sun
day. A program is in course of pre
paration, and a basket dinner, cafe
teria style, will be served. To miss
this union meeting is to mi. s a real
community treat o tw ways.
A Onc-A.Wek Service lo Wcekliaa
The higher the grade of a feeder
steer, the more economical will be its
use of feed. A high-grade steer
has greater capacity for feed and
makes more economical u. e of It in
laying on flesh in the regions of the
An acre will furnish pasture for
from 5 to 15 hogs averaging 100
pounds. It is a good plan to have
two pastures for each lot of hogs.
By alternating them the pastures
may be grazed fairly closely and
still provide good, succulent feed.
Pasture crops that are allowed to
mature don't furnish good feed for
Mushrooms the temperamental
and exacting in their requirements,
but they can be grown i uccessfully
by the amateur if careful attention
is paid to these three points: Good
manure, pure spawn, and a constant
temperature. Contrary to most other
crops, mushrooms don't need aun-
sHine,- or even light, and require
manure in tead of ordinary soil.
Cottontail rabbits show remark
able discrimination in selecting cer
tain varieties of crop to eat. In
Oregon they have been known t eat
Arabian nlfslfa down to the ground
hut Ho no damage to other varieties
in adjacent plots; and in Tennessee
the Mammoth Yellow variety of
soybeans is about the only one to
suffer from their depredation'.
When the field to be protected is
not large, it pays to build a rabbit
proof fence of woveti-wire netting.
A little Hunger in much better than
indigestion for hops on their journey
to market They should not be fed
heavily before being shipped.
Pull calves in the dairy herd can
be fed and handled much the same
as the heifers, except that it is bet
ter to delay wcHning until 8 or 10
months of age. If raisad on iklm
milk,' hull clave, over 3 months old
rhould have a little more grain than
heifers. Good-sized bulls are always
preferred, and this method of feed
ing lets them get their best size and
Young pullets are very rensitivr to
strange conditions and objects, and
should not be disturbed or moved
around from place to place. Pullets
intended for laying should be kept, by
themselvps and so handled that they
will grow well and be in good-laying
condition by the middle of the fall.
Free range on clean soil and plenty
of green feed and shade are csentia!
t0 good growth.
Few dairymen with medium or
small sized dairy herds can afford to
own a first-elans purebred bull; but
every dairyman can afford to own
a share in one. A cooperative dairy
bull association is the best and
cheapest way for the 'mall dairyman
to obtain the use of a purebred bull
to improve his herd. Farmers' bulle
tin. 1S32-F, obtainable from the U.
S. Department of Agriculture, gives
information on dairy-herd improve
ment through cooperative bull associations.
Kale hiuI . alfalfa, supplemented
with green oat- and vetch or wheat
and vetch in the spring before tbe
alfalfa hay is ready for cutting pro
vides a continuous green feed supply
for poultry throughout the year
west of the Cascades, finds the Ore
gon experiment station. For each
100 birds, five of six pounds of ,-ue-culent
green feed, fun through a
cutter, is satisfactory in most cases
Too large a consumption of green
feed may cut down the amount of
grain and mash consumed, resulting
in a drop in production. Exc s
green feed also darkens the egg
Pongee silk will not spot if ironed
There is no difference between re
fined beet sugar and cane sugar for
use in canning, or in jelly making
Celery seed vinegar is good for
use in salads and in many other ways.
To make it bring 1 pint of vinegar
to the boiling point, cool for 6 min
utes, and add to one-fourth cup of
celery reed and one-half tablespoon
salt. Let stand two weeks, strain,
Tall thin women who want to be
well dreswd should have plenty of
fullness in their clothing, choose de
signs with lines that go around the
figure and apparently give breadth,
accent the outside limB of the figure
in decoration the h'ps, sleeves, or
shoulders, wear flaring lines rather
than straight ones, ar.d be sure their
clothing fits, as too loose clothes will
emphasize their thinness.
(From School of Home Economics)
If the liquor from pickled peaches
it saved it can be used to advantage
in mince pies or sauces.
Creamed butter added to honey
that has been whipped makes a
good syrup to use on wafflon.
After freezing ice cream if the
ice Is emptied into a sack, nearly
11 of the salt will remain after the
ice melts and can be used again.
Peas that are too hard for serving
plain may be cooked until tender,
pressed through a, sieve and the pulp
used for soup.
Left over plain lemon jelly dc
sort may be cut up Into cubes and
mixed with fresh vegetables for a
Paving project in business f eetion
of Burns will start in near future.
Call Maupin Drug Store'
Dr. WM. KENNEDY
First National Bank BUf.
The Dalles, Oroa
llrPnrc muI III
Clarke, Eya Specialist
IV, Clnrke, eye sight specialist,
will be at Maupin on Saturday, May
25th, at the Home Hotel. See him
bout your eyes.
Long Distant Hauling A Specially
ELZA O. DERTHICK
1. O. 0. F.
Lodge No. 209, Maupin, Oregon
meets every Saturday night In I. 0.
0. F. hall Visiting members alwaye
Cto. Clayrnir, N. C
. Barnard Welch, Secretary,
Wm. F. Schilling'
and Starting' Motors
on All Makes of Cars
From a Pin to a locomotive Axle
All Work Guaranteed
At Maupin Garage
SHIP BY TRUCK
REGULAR FREIGHT LINE SERVICE
PORTLAND - THE DALLES - MAUPIN
THE DALLES TRUCK LINE Inc. SPICKERMAN'S TRUCK LINE
PORTLAND. -THE DALLES THE DALLES-MAUPIN
and Way Points and Way Points
BONDED & INSURED CARRIERS
1 WHEN IN THE DALLES
s Make Your Headqarters at
j The Golden Grill or
where every service awaits you.
Both Restaurants have been entirely remodeled for
E. J. McMahon