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Thursday June 27, 1023.
tfc4 MAfcFlN TIMI!3
AT FAIR GROUNDS, TYGH VALLEY
Evening Program July 3
Milton Sills in "Burning Daylight"
By Jsgk London, a dramatic novel of Alaska. Also
four reels of the famous
PENDELTON ROUND-UP of 1928
With special music and sound effects.
Admission 25 cents and 50 cents
Dance at 9:15-Rorick's 6 Blue Devils
July Fourth Program
Patriotic Address at 11:00 P. M.
Stalling at 1:00 P. M. Horse Races, Foot Races,
Novelty Acts, Singing, Vaudeville and Dancing
Collen Moore in "Lilac Time"
The greatest spectacle of the age; the sweetest love
story of the present era,
SPB.CIAL Personal appearance of an actor and di
rector in a one-reel movie, "Capturing Wild Animals
v .' a v i' f
and His Trained Pig
Jack Nk'klcR with htn trained pijf
in comcty clown nets. Nickles was
formerly with the A. G. Barnes cir
cu and is a pnft master iu the art
of phasing the kiddies. His acta will
be performed in front of the Grand
Stand. See him and laugh till you
July 4th Program (Continued)
Alive at Whitebird Mountain, near Grangcville, Idaho.
Thrills and Action. Special Music and Sound Effects.
Adimssion 25 cents and 50 cents
This program is guaranteed to 1 ; the best put on in the
past three years' celebrations.
Dance at 9:15 Itorick'sG Blue Devils
Big Boxing Program
Immediately After the Races arid Atts
ART RIRHY vs. "SPECK" MeCLASKY
Gr.s Valley S Rounds, 1G0 pounds The Dalles
Mcquillan vs. indian george
Six Rounds at 115 pounds ,
TOD McCLASKY vs. HARRY McDONALD
Four Rounds, 145 pounds
ABE WKSTLUNI) vs. .1 ACK RISSETT
Four Hounds, 135 pounds
INDIAN CHARLIE TEWEE vs. NICK HOLLOMAN
Four Rounds, loO pounds 1
Admission to grounds 50c; children 12, free.
C. M. PLYLER, Manager
Pine Grove News
Ernest Endersby and Avis Crab
tree, the 16-17 record wedding for
many a moon, surprised and de
lighted a host of friends and all of
the younger set of Wapinitia Plains
and Maupin, by getting married last
Saturday. Erneit proved to be in
dead truest. He has annexed a new
job as a brand new benedict at the
McFarlane . mill. Everybody and
fheir big brothers attended an old
fashioned "bellin " or charivari on
Monday night at the. Ward home.
The young couple were accompanied
to The Dalles by Mrs. Roy Ward,
mother of the groom, and Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Crabtree, parents of the
bride, for bt wedding. Both the
contracting parties are to bescniors
this fall term of echool. The time
honored rivalry of neighboring
schools did not seem to dim the
courtship and marriage of Ernest and
Walter Sharp has a new Chevrolet
truck. Robert Holman has a new
roia ituck. nailer nas a or
license and is open for fuel and
wheat hanling. Robert says he can
haul anything from a pet lamb to a
span of mules. ' J
The recent canal break near the
"cut" waa repaired by 23 men, far
mers, a3 also was the spillway at
the " cut." A trench was cut over
the high bottom in the "cut" Bnd it
was decided t0 take out the hump
this fall as soon as ,the water was
low, by team and fresnoe.
Monday last Leonard Wcberg was
training a four-in-hand for the
chariot races at the fair this fall.
They took three sections of a spike
tooth harrow over a strip of fallow
land, raining a cloud of duet, Leon
ard overtook the frightened run
aways with his gray pony. No dam
age was done.
one of two tin cans filled with corn
well soaked in water may be nailed
in each coop. The water in the
corn helps to satisfy the birds'
thirst, and the corn helps to cut
down thrinkage in weight but docs
not make the crops too full.
Expert Coming to
Fri. & Sat., July 5 & 6
THE DALLES HOTEL
From 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Evening by telephone
Grass stains will usually rome out
of weshaMc materials with vigor
ous rubbing, hot water and soap, if ,
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xreaieci wnnc iii'ml 11 iractrj i
stain remain on white materials,
they may be bleached out with Ja
Lester Crabtree is cutting wood on
the Dane tract.
is working at
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Frank and Ben Richardson are
hauling limb wood.
Lewis Walker and sons are also
engaged in cutting wood.
A police dog visited Roy Batty's
sheep flock recently and killed a
ewe sheep. The dog L till at large,
George Beebe is another who doec
tint desire the cold weather to catch
him without fuel. Ke is busy cutting
J. II. Brown has been piloting
certain county and state officials over
the Flat lately, checking up on canals
John Powell's dog killed Rena
Batty's turkeys. Then John killed
the dog. Hard on the dog, turkeys
Much travel across the mountain
both way is being observed daily.
The road Is in good condition. Fol
low the signs and you will make it
Francis Confer, J. S. Brown, Art
Morris, Don Miller, Ernest Confer,
Ed. Mathews, Geo. Claymier, Roy
Crabtree, Arch Gutzler, Lester West
, are all cutting hay.
Small, hard grains like rye,
wheat, barley and kafir ihould al
ways be ground or rolled before be
ing fed to livestock..
CatUe that have been fattened
should be- given only dry, non-laxative
feeds for 3 or 4 days before
shipping. This enables them to
reach the market in better condition.
TWO DAYS ONLY
No Charge for Contultation
It is a mi t;ikc to try to wwe ice
by wrapping it in papers or cloth.
You want to save food, which is ',
done by lowering the refrigerator
tempi rature through the warm air I
coming into contact with the ice.
This naturally melt the Ire, but at
the lime vccomplisheH the purpose
Call Maupin Drug Store
Long Diitant Hauling A Specially
ELZA O. DERTHICK
Phone 5 IBS
Rabbits need mineral salt in
some form, preferably in spool, that
can be fastened to the side of th
hutch. Salt spools can be bought
at a rabbit of poultry supply house.
The instincts In a horse that are
opposed to obedience to man in
create in strength with age, bo it
is very desirable to begin the educa
tion of the colt as early as possible.
A good plans is to break coltfe to
lead before they are weaned, and
to harness them between the ges
of 2 and 3 years. Accustom colts
to work gradually and do not use
them at heavy work until they are
Many markets made a deduction
In weight or in price for live poultry
that is "overcropped." It is pfclvis
able not to put any feed in the
coops when shipping poultry to mwr-
ket. It the birds will not arrive ,atjBtton
the market for 24 hours or woty, '
Mr. C. F. Redlich, the successful
The "Perfect Retention Shield"
holds the rupture perfectly, no matter
what position the body aa umes or
how heavy a weight you lift. They
give instant relief, contract the open
ine in a remarkably short time and
strengthen the weak tissue (the real
cause of rupture) so that they fre
quently reeoves from their previous
natural retaining power, needing no
further outside support. Stomach
trouble, backache and constipation
often caused by Rupture promptly
Truly remarl abh; and prompt re
sults have been obtained not only
with recent and not fully developed
ruptures, but also with old, long ne
Ingenious, recently perfected de
vices are now holding ruptures firmly
which heretofore never had been re
tained. No elastic belts nor filthy legstrap
I guarantee the durability of my
absolutely sweat and moisture proof,
75 of ruptured children recover
completely through expert mechani
cal treatment according to statistics.
Do not waste your money on wide
ly advertised mail order contrap
tions. You cohnot fit yourself. t
-C. F. REDLICH, Rupture Appli-
Eapert, Home Office, 535
Block, Minneapolis, Minne-
I. O. O. F.
Lodg No. 20, Maupin, Oregon
meets every Saturday night in I. O
0. F. hall. Viwtlng members alway"
Ceo. Claymier, N. C
Bernard Welch, Secretary.
Wm, F. Schilling'
and Starting Motors
on All Makes of Cars
: : o .
From a Pin to a Locomotive Axle
All Work Guaranteed
At Ujq Maupin Garage
Dr. WM. KENNEDY
Fir.t National Bank Bldg.
The Dalles, Oregon
Phone 391 ',
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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 Polnti and Way Points
BONDED & INSURED CARRIERS'