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ttiursoiy July 4, 1920.'
The Maupin Times
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER
r mi. mi i .1 ii i i hi i M ii
C. W. Seminal, Editor
C W. Stmma and E. R. StmmM
Published every Thursday at
Subpriptlon: One year, $1.50; cix
irujaths $1.00; three months, 60cts.
Entered as second clas8 mail mut
ter September 8, 19 14, at the post
offioe at Maupin, Oreon, undr the
Act of March 8, 1870.
Mexico, it appears, is going to let
its Catholic citizens go to church
again. A religiout. was is of no
benefit to a country or individual
and should not be countenanced
whether over prihibition or any other
subject. Speaking of prohibition, if
the recklc.s killing of inuocent citi
zens continue in the attempt to en
force that law in this country, it will
undoubtedly lead to serious conse
quences, and it. is to be hoped that
some sane means may be found to
stop the sense! e s use of firearms.
Senator Watson and the majority
leaders of the Senate have been
running a continuous race between
the Capitol and the White House.
It's hard enought to keep the Ship of
State running smoothly when the
crew works together, and when some
of them mutiny its what Sherman
said war was.
The Prime Minister of England is
to pay President Hoover a visit
Sousa's "Hands Across the Sea" will
be more popular than ever. Nc
doubt great good will come of th
visit, and the vt itor will be given r
warm reception and shown a good
inond lake and Hatchery Superint
endent Smith declares they were the
finest batch of eggs ever received at
the hatchery. They have all hatched
out. With the last consignment add
ed to that received from Fall river
the hatchery now has on hand in the
hatching troughs and feeding ponds
a total of 2.445,000 young trout
These are exclusive of trout hatch
ed earlier in the year.
Ira Want Too Fait
Wednesday afternoon Ira Kidder
came up the hill from toward the
bridge. He attempted to round the
turn near Turner's and met a big
car g'.ng the other way. Just who
wus to blame for the. collision which
ccuned we know not, at any rate
tra's Fcrd bug it minuc one wheel,
ale and steering gear, while the
victim will have to have a new Tun
ing bottrd and several min'ur !;ings
before it will show as bright as be
fore the impact.
Lott Six Horiaa
Cliff Allen has lost six of his
farm horses within the past three
months. The state veterinarian ex
amined the ailing equines and rro-
I nounced their ailment to be mountain
j fever. He failed, however, to re
j commend just what to give to alle
viate the lickness.
Nervy Bjr Scout
Accepting an in station extended
to his tioop to attend the doings at
the oridgc last Saturday, Stanley
Sherwood, a 15-year-old Scout of
The Dalles, determined to accept
the invitation. As no others of htr
troop were willing to make the trip
oun? Sherwood started to Maupb
n foot He walked about half the
ray before he caught a ride, and
ras here to assist his brother scouts
n their part of the exercises.
applying tree tangefoot in a ring
around each tree, says the experi
ment station. This material is ob
tainable at most feed and seed stores
and must be kept fresh to be effec
tive. Spraying with arsenate of
lead, two or three pound to 50 gal
lons of water, will control cater-
pillar already in the tree, but will
not prevent others tuking their
There are three possible methods
of control and eradication of liver
flukes on a ranch, says tho Oregon
experiment station. These arc (1)
the treatment of all fluke-infested
animals at regular intervals t0 pre
vent infestation of paitures with
fluke eggs (2) the destruction of
all snails which act as secondary
hosts for liver flukes, and (3) the
fencing of all snoil-infcstcd arena
.ro that sheep, cattle and goats can
not pasture on them.
Sherries do not Increase in sugar
content nor lose acidity after pick
ing, finds the experiment station,
which, in a new bulletin on harvest
ing this crop, recommends allowing
the fruit to reach full maturity on
the trees. This practice insures a
better quality product, increases the
weight of the crop, and does not
harm the fruit for shipping long
distances fresh. The complete bulle
tin may be had free.
A couple of minor wrecks on thr
,0. W. railroad on Saturday caused
the up river msil train to be annulled
Trin No. 311 on the O. T. west
bound, was derailed at Paxton on the
rival road's track, tw0 cars leavinr
th? track. The same day train No.
313, east bound, was derailed two
miles east cf South Junction, ditch
ing four cars. A wrecking crew with
equipment wen, out from The Dalles
and soon had the wrecked cars removed.
Gao to Washington
Levter Crofoot has gone to Ste
venson, Washington, where he will
work for Kuckenburg & Wittman.
That firm has a contract to install a
number of large culverts and took
some of their old crew with them,
Lester being one of the men t0
from here. 1 2 ! M
More Trout Egg
The Oak Springs fish hatchery re
cently received a shipment of 1,-
067,000 rainbow trout eggs from Dia-
rdent Scout Matter
S. D. Percivd came over from
ladr&i last Saturday with a dele
gation of Boy Scouts, who took part
n the dedicatory ceremonies at the
u-idge. Mr. Percival is clerk of
'efferson county, an ardent advocate
f good roads and a good patron of
'he Scouts. He was a welcome call
r at the office of The Times, he
having at one time been a journey
man printer and could not resist the
smell of ink and paper.
Reserve Power on the thresher is
an important factor preventing
wa te, says the experiment station
A slowing up of the cylinder speed
caused by any temporary condition
always results in loss of grain, it Is
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A Once-A-Waek Sarvice to Wtekliat
A steer's capacity for feed de
creases as ho gets fat Toward the
end of the feeding period the pro
portion of concentrates fed should
be increarcd and the roughage rc-ducod.
Alfalfa and sweet clover make
good supplementary pasture for the
dairy herd when the regular pas
tures . are short. These two crops
furnish large amount of protein
The most effective method of
protecting orchards from the forest
tent caterpillar, now reported in
grea numbers over Oregon, is by
Crandall Undertaking Co.
. In order that we may serve you better, at the
time our services are needed, wre have a representa
tive in your neighborhood whom you mzy call.
Maupin Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crofoot
Wapinitia Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ward
Wamic Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Magill
Tyh Valley Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sloan
CRANDALL UNDERTAKING GO.
The Dalles, Ore. Phone 35-J Lady Assistants
If the colt becomes accustomed
to having him feet handled and
trimmed before he is weaned, much
future work and trouble will be !
avoided. Untrimmed hoofs usually j
grow long and uneven, and the re-j
suit may be a crooked foot, or, what
is worse, a crooked leg. Failure to ,
regulate the length and bearing
surface of the foot may make a
straight leg crooked, while good
care of the foot during the growing
period will greatly improve a leg
that is crooked at birth.
Masquitone ointment for mosquito
bites. Twenty-five cents at the Mau
pin Drug Store.
OREGON NEWS NOTES
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
Fossil Extensive oil operations
under way on field near here.
The Dalles Bids opened for grad
ing Rail Hollow market road from
intersection of Dufur market road to
present county road near Johnston
Gre ham Addtional fire appara
tus will be purchased.
Wapinitia Bids opened for im
provement of Wapinitia cut-off. n ,
Klamath Falls $22,000 brick
veneer scnooi Duiicnng under con
struction in Weyerhaeuser fill dis
trict Burns Residential and busine s
community will be developed ad
jacent to new $400,000 lumber
Pendleton Mortuary will be built
near Umatilla river.
Vale Building activity increasing
Klamath Falls Hub Super Service
station moved to $25,000 building.
Bums Evcavation underway on
two-story fire-resistant business build
ing on Main street.
Baker New hotel under con
struction will be ready for occupancy
by August 1.
Bums Harney County National
Bank building being enlarged.
Klamath Falls Lake of Woods
summer resort opened to public.
Canby purchased more fire hose.
Klamath Falls Modern 136-room
five-story hotel under construction.
Burn;: $96,000 contract awarded
for paving business section.
Oregon City $35,000 rodeo
ground to be dedicated July 2.
Sttte Highway commission re
building Salem-Portland section east
side Pacific highway.
Baker Six Baker county mines
merged under new name of Consoli
dated Oregon Gold Mines. Larger
mill will be erected in near future.
McMinnvUle Lark theater install
ed masterphone equipment
Oregon prune crop will reach 30,'
000 tons ths year, in contrast with
almost total failure in 1928, accord
ing to William Allen, Salem cannery
man. Klamath Falls Contract awarded
for erection of Four-Square Gospel
temple on Walnut between Eighth
Success With French Dishes
Is Easy For Careful Cooks
Byt CHARLES SCOTTO, Chef,
Ambassador Hotel, Park Avenue, Nw York City.
CONTRARY to general belief,
French cooking demands neither
scarce ingredients, nor long bendum
over pott and pans. The majority
of French dishes are extremely sim
ple. The delicacy of their flavor,
and the reputation for excellence
which they enjoy throughout the
world, are solely the result of pains
taking attention to details and a
knowledge of the culinary art which,
in many cases, has been handed down
French dishes is
ed a few gen
eral rules . and
re followed. In
tables, for in
seasoning is of
the first impor
tance, and the
salt and sugar should be used,
to disguise the natural taste of
vesretable. but to accentuate
flavor, restore it if the vegetable Is
not quite fresh, or blend it with the
flavors of other ingreuicms.
Tartt tut Oiitnons Slice thin
four large onions. Tut in a quart
of cold, salted water. Add a tea
tooon of wear and bring to a boil
on a quick fire. Cook 9 few min
utes. Keniove from the tire and
drain. Add the onions to a quarter
of a pound of butter that lias been
niched in a suuecpan, and cook until
they are lightly browned. Add three
slices of bacon that have been cut
into small pieces and cooked in but
ter, Let the mixture cool until it is
just warm. Add three ecus beaten
iiijhtly with four tablespoons of
cream. Fill tart shells with the mix
ture, pour melted butter over them,
and bake until set.
Fresh Feat and Scallions rut a
quart of pens in boiling water, and
cook uncovered for about twenty
minutes. At the same time stew a
doien seallions, cut in two-inch pieces,
in t tablespoon of chicken fat or but
ter. Mix the drained peas and seal
lions together. , Add a teaspoon of
sugar, salt to taste, and dust lightly
with flour, Stew until fender, add
ing some of the water In which the
pess were cooked.
' Carotin A . Bournuianonne-'
Cut twelve medium-iixe carrots into
two-inch lengths. Cook until tender in
"sited water to which a teaspoon of
supar has been n!d-d. In the mean
time, cook two chippcd onions in
melted hnttcr until lightly browned.
Mix with the carrots and dust with
fl"iir. Salt and pepper to taste,
When the flour is thoroughly
browned add a cup of vmn s""k.
Cook gently for about ten minutes,
and serve very hot
Peas Are Economical
"TilD you ever realize that the
frl peas which you so calmly serve
C7 your family nowadays were once
a rare food for royalty only? Tra
dition tells us that the pea was
brought to Europe from the mysteri
ous mountain regions of India. Peas
have been found in Egyptian trrnibs
as part of the provisions to sustain
the departed in their long journey.
Lower Price Higher Quality
It has only been since the Civil
War that peas were low enough in
price for the average person to use
them in any quantity and this de
crease in price, and increase in qual
ity, was due largely to the efforts
of the canuers to supply the best
at the most economical price.
That pens are economical may lie
seen from a short 3tmly of the
prices Naturally, the price varies
with quality. The large peas which
are intended fur soup-making are
less expensive than the wee, little
peas whose function is to make a
salad pretty and tasty. For ordi
nary household use, unsifted peas,
which are big and little, just as they
come from the pods, are good much
preferred by many people. Enough
peas for three liberal servings can
be bought for ten cents in this grade.
Because peas contain protein in
appreciable amounts it may It-come
part of a meat substitute di'.h. For
instance, a pea and walnut roast Is
delicious. To make it, mix o;ie
and one-half cups pea pulp, one cup
soft bread crumbs, one-half cup
chopped walnuts, one-fourth cup
hotter, two-thirds cup canned to
mato soup, one beaten egg and salt,
pepper and onion Juice. Rake in a
buttered baking dish in a moderate
oven, .150 drirrrss F.. for thirty to
forty-five minute, Serve with hot,
unucd tuinito soup, undiluted.
For the June Brides
Crab-Flakes in Tomaln felly
Hot Buttered Ralls
Heart Molds' of Tutti-Frulti let
' Cream ,
Crystallized Ginger and Salted Nuls
(CHOWERS of gaiety and gay
-showers envelop the June bride
from the very day her engage
ment is announced. Luncheons and
parties and dances ard shopping
what a rrad, joyous whirl it is I So
if the hostess who plans a shower
for the bride wants her affair to
stand 'out as an unusually' pleasant
menory, she must have the menu
simple tiimic'h it may be arresting
because of their delicious flavor and
novelty. The shove menu is one
which will fulfill these requirements,
and make the bride remember it for
many a Ion 3 day.
Crab-Flakes in Tomto felly.
Force contents oi half a number 3
can of tomatoes through a sieve, add
one teaspoon salt, one-half teaspoon
sugar and two drops Worccstershiri
sauce and heat to boiling. Dissolve
one tablespoon of gelatin which has
been soaking in two tablespoons of
cold water in the hot liquid. Cool,
and, when just beginning to set, add
contents of a can of crab meat, two
tablespoons of lemon juice and one
tablespoon chopped sweet pickle.
Serve on letti'cc with nwonnaise.
Fluffy Sandwiches: -Melt twelve
marshmallows in a double boiler,
adf! one-fourth cup crusher! pine
apple fwell drained) and cook ten
! minutes. Cool and spread between
' buttered rounrij of brown bread.
Job Crablrcc has completed one of
the new cabins at the Oak Springs
f ifh hatchery. It will be occupied by
James Vaughan, and wife, they in
tending to move in next week.
SURPRISING GOOD APPLES
at tho Stancllff cellar on Smock
nt 60 cunts and 75 cents , per
box. Bring boxes and come on
week day, ' 85-t2
Wa'nTED TWO riANOS Inquire
Mrs. II. F. Bothwell, Saturdays,
THRESHING OUTFIT One 16-
27 Cttso tractor and ono 24-inch
Caso separator fo- sale cheap.
Inquire at The Mnupln Time of
FOR TUADK 40-acrt farm near
K tmnda to trudo for farm at
Smock, Wamlc or Tygh Valley.
V, , Monroe, Route No. 2, Ksta.
enda, Oregon.-1 82-t4
I. O. O. F.
Lodgn No. 209, Msupln, Oregon
meets every Saturday night In I. O.
O. F. hall. VWtlng members alwayt
Cao. Claymir, N. C
Barnard Welch, . Secretary.
Dr. VM. KENNEDY
First National Bank Bldf.
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If it is not doing its work
.brin it to The Times ofF.ce
and Mr. Semmes will send
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