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fhuwJuy June 27, 1923.
tUt MAWItN AMES
The 'Maupin Times
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER
C. W. Stnmn, Editor
C. W. Sinnii and E. R. Smmol
Published every Thursday at
Maupin, Ortoa '
Subyiption: .One year, Jl.SO"; six
months, fl-00; three months, 50cU.
Entered u aocond clasa mail mat
ter September 8, 1914, at the post
offioe at Maupin, Oreon, undr the
Act of March 8, 1876.
BUYING AUTOS CUTS SALE OF
tor's husband, Earl, and daughters,
Mary and May. Mr. Greene has a
contract to build a Wretch of the
Bend Burns highway and is making
good headway with his work, so re
ports his wife. He expects to com
plete his contract in another month.
The visitors returned Monday.
Director Will MmI
The directors of the Wasco county
Fair association will hold a meeting
at Tygh Valley Sunday next Among
other things the purchase of an elec
tric light rlBnt fr tne r"nfc
be discussed, the plant recently in
stalled by a Dalles electrician not
being up to specifications.
Recently a couple of men well
Stock Went to Portland
Much livestock from this section
V V n Maupin, met a well known ', lhe rtlnd '?ockyV,s
last Saturday. Amonf the ship
ments was a rarload of 100 hgs,
they having been f hipped by D. L.
Rutherford, Oliver Resh, A. E. May
hew and H. M. Greene. A top
price of 15 cents was rcreived for
most of that shipment.
Walk.r Tmclu Ho
j Charley Walker trucked a number
t of fat porkers to the Portland yards
lyVraet in extern Oregon. At that
time be was conducting a profitable
business. Passing the time of day
the two men asked the boost denier
about hi business. lie replied:
"There is no businc s; all shot to
. "How's that!"
"Too many automibiles. You
... , j j Saturday. His porkers were first
i-.n-.-f. fVo. .it .i, class and brought top price..
money to they have none for moon
shine, as a consequence I have been
forced out of business."
Which shows that the automobile
.makers are working hand in hand
with the Vollstad law enforcement
To Crater LU
Joe and Ernest Kramer made a
trip to Crater Lake on Monday, go
ing there to make delivery of a new
Ford car. The Kramer garage has
been most successful this season in
the sale of those vehicles, and still
has several orders and propects
awaiting delivery of the nifty Fords.
Visited at Bend
A. H. IVCamp and wife accom
panied by Miss Blanche Northrup
and his daughter, Mrs. H. M.
Greene, went t Bend last Satur
day and spent Sunday with the lat-
Jas Dcrthick had hired to herd
sheep for Jaeckcl this season but
his legs gave out on him, so he threw
up his job and came back to Mau
pin. Tuesday he received a call
from Mr. Jaeckel asking that he
ajrtiin tale charge of the sheep, say
ing the man now herding could not
handle them. Jaar, in the goodness
of hiB heart, responded to the appeal
and is now at Friend rounding up
a likely bunch of woollies.
Wrecbinw Old Bridge
Kuckenberg & WKtman have a
crew of men at work taking down
the old bridge, the crew working
from the west end. The steel from
the river span will be used by the
highway department in building a
bridge in some other part of the
Begin to arrange for your
exhibits at the coming
Wasco Co. Fair
which will be held
Write the secretary for premium
list and make as many exhibits
as you can prepare. Help out
Dance and Show
at the Fair Ground Pavilion
one the evening of
These entertainments are given as
an iutroductipn to the big
4th of July Celebration
the beld at the Fair Ground. Good
music and new pictures
C. M. PLYLER, Manager
i i r ir"' n
n .1 wv
js ton i
Patrician Party Sandwiches
fHEN the fourth rl of Sand
wich origiuated th.it dclect-
with other fooJs (Uis sind vicii).
so he wouldn't have to l".ve iht
gaming table to eit, he started a
food combination which has grown
far reyond its early prosprcts but
which has kpt, however, its patri
Today we serve sar.!'icfies !
teas, formal and informal, at briticc
parties, at buffet suppers, t pic
nicsin fact any tiuu we bn'
giiests and wish to serve a h!t
but festive repast
Mftk Them Ttctty
Although sad-.v;ch ir.akitij is
i:iplc, tfvre his a frvv pomff-r.-.
watch, if knev-n, w.li ;ake tlicir
production e.isirr anil iiui.ker. The
most important pomt. pf-rhai, ia
t'.m the bread slo-jid be a uay
oM. It frcr.li.T, it is too soft :o
cut ea-ily into the garter inch
slicc.i; if i!dcr, it may bv; dry. Iiak
tcr wiiich hai been crcumrd tint l
soft, a variety oi fillings and a sil
ver kni.'e, are ct' c:scntiuls cl
successful sandwxh making.
The shape plays an important
rele in makini; sanilw.chej a trent
to the eye. So use your fcney
cool:ie cutters. And remember to
ald a bit of colorful food to your
filling again for the delight to our
Sandwiches which will be sure to
sem deiicious to guests a.e fc ven
Chickf-Nut Filings: mix toTewr
co ven's ove small ran of livV !
chicken,' diced,' one cup chopped
auts, onc-hilt cup mayonnaise, ona
teaspoon s.ilt, and paprika to taste.
Jpead between wiiite or whole
wiest bread cut 1j fancy shapes
appropriate tr Ahe cccion.
Not Too Nutty
Ripe Olir inif Xl Htlinjs'. Owp
finely the cnutrtits of a small can
r.-e nliws and chop an enual
..mount ot walnuts or ountneu at-
nionds if yw prefer. Moijtrn with
mayonnaise rlresni an spread or-
t -ei-n tltii'ly slict'd and buttered
lie:;d, cut in ciecnts. Press a
cpcr in each end uf the crescent
J'x'i'iii' if':Vt;: Mult me and one
ha'.f t.i!ile-.pi)i butter aud add one
n ii.ilt l,.h!r!;o.')nj flonr. Stir
snuvlh, llieii aHl one a'td one
l,..!f t.'bic.-poons bu'.ter; stir un'.il
i', c butii,' is tnofi'URhly niixid, then
re.iv.ve iruin ti.e he and cool.
(Jpi.i ; c.n uf si.rimps. and chop.
' .-tc't with as much of the white
witce as is ncewary and seaion
Milt silt, paprika and b m n juice
to taste. Spread on one lice oi
mibnticrfd bread ;id cover with
a slice tf bulttrcd bread.
RiUttl tsfiirjyus Sam!ui:hfs: En
ti'eiy remove eni-fs ron ail sides
nf very fresh loaf of bread. Cut
m thin sitcci, pile tMethrr, wrap
'.i l tiy 'ni a d.imp napl. in and let
and several hours in a cool pfoee.
Iliii inttsnj the breftd o it will
Ml w:thnii brc kirp. Then spread
.ch sl:ce with well wtftened but
W. D!o a drained stnlk of canned
.win:"- i: tn:vn:naie, place it
on the bread nd roll the bread
t ffhtty around it. l a-ten with a
toothpick. Koll:rjr the fiuislud
pieces tightly in a napkin also helps
to keep toeni from vnrcillinft. He
fore s-n-imr, tic each sandwich with
narrow ribbon of a color u; ii will
harmonise with your other dura
PimtfHln Mosatt lirain the pt
mientos from a small can and then
run through the meat grinder;
'rain aam. Cream the pttound
pimiento with unalted butter. Cut
three flirei of white and ot firah.un
bread one-hilf inch thirk. Sprend
a slire of gralnni bread with the
butter, place a (lice of white bread
on it buti-T the bread d cover
vith another slice of grahsm. Re
peat the pnve's with the other
three slices but beg'n with tl-e
white breid. Tut both pih s in I
cool place under a weisht. When
the butter t firm trim rath pile
md, cut 'n half-inch slices, flutter
these and put together in such a
way that a while blork will alier
nate with a (rr:iliam one, giving a
checkerboard effect A?-tin place
in a cool place under a liRht weight
and when the bnfer is hard cut in
hin slices and serve.
Tngut ond Mushroom 5aiid)Vae :
Shred contents of a ran of rooked
ton-rue and add one-hH cup
chopped, enned mnhrrmj, two
tablespoons choop-d d'H pi' tin
ar.d three tablespoons prep-red
drnin Spread brtw-en fliers of
nut bread -md cut in fancy shapes.
Yuuf Cowboy Injured
Melvin Lindley, a younp lad 14
years of ape was badly injured on
Buck Hollow on Monday. Melvin,
with a brother, had been tent to
Buck Hollow after cattle. While
going: down into the canyon the sad
dle cinch slipped, causing" the'snddlo
to turn and throwing; the lad onto
a pile of rock. He struck on hi
right knee, sustiinin? a bad cut and
otherwise brusuig him up. Local
Boy Scouts will attend him while
he is laid up.
On Annual Vacation-
Frank Stuart, wife and daughter,
Cry tal, left Monday morning for
American Falls, Idaho, where they
will spent a couple of weeks viaiting
with the former's father. Frank
has been confined to tne bank for
the better part of the year and the
little outing he is taking will do
much to keep up the pep with which
he usually is possessed. While he
L; away J. M. Conklin, former presi
dent of the Maupin State bank, is
officiating at the cashier's window.
Bob Bell writes from Cheboygan,
Michigan, that he is enjoying hi;:
vacation hugely. Bob says that
when on the trip rain accompanied
him as far as Omaha but from there
on hot weather revailed. He 'ex
pects to return to his duties at the
0. W. depot about July first.
of producing pork, says the Oregon
experiment station. This means using
only wcll-bnlnnced rations, keeping
Iho pigs lffllthy, and saving large
liters. A vry small amount of
hay wilh a little milk or Uinksgc as
a supplement to the grain ration is
very valuable, but the substitution
nf evi-n the bent quality of legume
hay for a conmdernble portion of
the grain doe- not lower the cost
of the pnrk produced, it is fund.
Little Opal Chandler, seven-ycar-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrc. Ralph
Chandler, of Wamic, fell from a
flume wall Sunday, striking on tar
left elbow and dislocating the joint.'
She was brought to Maupin and .Dr.
Elwood attended the injured .mem
ber. Tuesday she wa again brought
t0 Maupin, at wheh time Dr. Stoyall
took an X-ray photograph of the el
bow, which seems to be getting along
Feather picking and feather eat
ing in chicken flocks , is caused
either by a Jack of animal proteins
or from mere habit,, reports" the
J poultry department at tho Oregon
j station. In cither case it is often
I advisable to hang up rome green
bones which attract their attention
, and satisfy the craving. Abundance
of green feed is also essential.
Good mangement is always an im
portant factor is reducing the cost
The ideal lmb for the Oregon
market weigh from 75 to 80 pounds
and dresses out 35 to 40 pounds,
snys the experiment station. It is
thick, blocky, bright in color of
flt'nh, and evenly covered with
white fat from the hock to the neck.
To produce, such carcasses the lamb.',
need ample food. Where the ewe
receives good milk producing feed,
the lamb cn ucunlly he weaned
currying the proper finich and
wight fr market.
Contrary to former belief and
practice, continued cultivation of
corn, potatoes and similar crops on
most Oregon Foils is unccessary after
weeds are eradicated. Weeds are
the greatct factor in loss of moist
uhc, and plant fertility, finds the ex
periment, station, and after they are
controlled little .further cultivation
New Lincoln mill located on Kla
math Fills-Aih!and highway will ho
operating in near future.
rinim discussed for extcn ive pav
ing project in city of Burns,
Sandy --Construction of addition
to Stindy creamery completed and
additional equipment Installed.
Development of municipal airport
started on Moore site south of Ki.i
Scar, Roebuck & company will
establish store in Klamath Falls.
Hood River Prospects bright for
eRtsbliidng PohUiI Company oflice
Hood River $250,000 Cold Spring
water system will be dedicated very
Con tructinn of Longvlew bridge
may be completed early in Decem
ber. Apple firnwrrs' Asuociation of
Hood River cloned deal with Libby,
McNeil & Lihhy for sale of 125-ton
Royal Anne checrics.
Klamath Falls Additional automo
bile agency cstabli hed here.
Molalla .Seats ndded to grand
stand at Btickaroo grounds.
Bandon IRoosevelt highway south
of here oiled.
Union Pacific Stages, Inc., started
operation of bus lino between Baker-I
for the foreclosurt of certain
lien, and Judgment rendered and
entered In said court on the 2!Hh
day of December, 1928, In the abova
entitled cause, in favor of the Plain
tiff and against the Defendant
Black Butte Lumber Company,
corporation, as Judgment debtor,
in tha sum of Three Hundred
Ninety-one and 84-100 dollars, with
Interest thereon from the 28th day
ef October, 1127, at tin rato of tlx
pur cent, pur annum, 2.40 filing
fee, and the further sum of one
Hundred Twenty-flve dollars, -as
attorney's feet, and the further torn
of Thirteen and 60-100 dollars,
ensts, and the costs of and upon this
Writ, and commanding me to make
al rf the real property embraced
in such dwrte of foreclosurt and
hereinafter described, I will, on the
CUth day of June, 1929, tt tht hour
of 2:00 p. m. o'clock, in tht after
noon of said diy. and at thi front
.'our of the County Court House lit
DslltM fit, 'Vej County, Oregon,
sell at public auction to the hlghost
bidder for each in hnnd, all tha
right, title and Interest which tht
Defendants, Black Butte Lumber
Company, a corporation, John O.
Hoimrich, and J. L. Kelly, Trustee,
or either of them had on tht 28th
dny of October, 1928, the datt of
the lien foreclosed herein, or which
such Defendant or any of the De
fendants herein, btvo since equlr
ed, or now have In and to tht fol
lowing described real property,
situate and being in Wtnco County,
About one-fourth acre located on
the louth side of the Columbia river
highway, and having thereon a con
crete offire building 20 feet x 30
feot In the, and located directly
serosa tha road from the box factory
building, all located In section 2,
townhip 1 North, range 13 F.tst of
Willamette Meridian, and being f
portion of Laughlln'i Donation
Land Claim, and tho record title to
which parcel of real property It now
In John G. Helmrich, of The Dalles,
Oregon, and which bulldlnir wat
erected by the Black Butt Lumber
Company and is upon land described
as a distance of 25 feet on tht wrt
side of the renter line of said build
Ing, and a distance of 76 feet east
of the center lint of said building,
and running from the Columbia
River highway a distance of 100
fcef southerly, being land required
for the convenient use and occupa
tion of said building and necessary
for siid office u"e, or so much of
nid property as will satisfy said.
Judgment and decree, with cost
i and accruing costs.
Saul property will be sold subject f
ti confirmation end redemption as
by law provided.
Dated at Tho Dalles. Oregon, this
2Rth day of May. 192ft.
Sheriff Waico County, Ore.
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Lemon is not the only garnish for
iacd tea,' although it Is very com
monly used both to decorate the
glass and add to the flavor of the
tea. A spray of mint, a rose
geranium leaf, a thin slice of orange
or lime, arc other attractive gcu
nishesj and some people like a fla
voring of whole cloves of stick cin
hom'oni,' put into tho tea while it in
hot; or a few cloves stuck in each
slice of lemop and arranged pleas
ingly on ' a plate, to be served with
tho 'tea. ' .
OREGON NEWS NOTES
Clover Creek Copper company In
stalling -additional machinery on
property in Baker district to facilit
ate development work.
' Burns New Service statioh is
Bids opened ' for construction of
first unit, $20,000 building program
for Round-Up park at Tendleton.'
Plans underway for establishment
of two airliner, Into Klamath Falls.
Burn's Charley Carroll's Dixie
cfe opened for business recently.
Baker Universal ,, Super-Service
station fomally opened. , ,
Tha DalUi, Oregon, Poena J5-J
THRESHING OUTFIT One 15
27 Case tractor and one 24-inch
Case separator fo" sale cheap.
Inquire at The Maupin Times of
fice. ' 3246
FOR TRADE40-acre farm near
E: tacada' to trade for f ann at
Smock, Wumic or Tygh Valley.
P. . Monroe, Route No. .2, Esta
cada, Oregon. 3244
SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL
In Equity No. 4303
In ,Th Circuit Court of tho Slet
of. OreROn for Wwrco County.
Black Butte Lumber Company, A
Corporation, John G. Hoimrich,
and J. L. Kelly, Trustee,
BY VIRTUE of an execution, de
cree and order of sale, duly issued
out of and under the seal of the
Circuit Court of tho State of Ore
gon, for the County of Wavco, to
mo directed and dated the 28th day
of May, 1929, upon a decree
Your Watch Haywire?
If it in not doinsr its work
bring it to The Times office
and Mr. Semmei will send
GUY A. POUND
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TUB DAUB'S . . OREGON
Shoes and Repairing
Wasco County' $ Exclusive
hoHe for th
Uni ral Repairing
The i'allee, Or.
Where the best 35 cent
meal is served in
Next The Dalles
C. N. Sargent, Prop.