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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (July 4, 1929)
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AT FAIR GROUNDS, TYCH VALLEY
Return of the Favorites, Bob Fletcher
and His Northwest Famous
Real Entertaining Syncopaters and Ex
ponents of Jazz. Novelties Galore.
Lots of Pep. Make You Glad
At the Fair Grounds Pavilion on next Wednesday
Night, beginning immediately after the show. Be
there and enjoy the best time of the season:
The Social Picture of the Age; a Lesson
every youth should learn; astounding
revelations regarding life's quicksands
shown at fair grounds aext Wednesday
Road to Ruin
Come and witness this showing. You
may never have another chance to learn
of pitfalls confronting the young today
Children Under 14 Years Must be Accompanied
By Their Parents
Fair Associan Com. Dance Manager
C. M. PLYLER, Show Manager
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Delivered iNew Ford '
Kramer Bros. Motor company
has been busy the past 10 days,
making delivery of new Ford cars.
In that time they made delivery to
W. J. Chandler, Tygh Valley, of a
coupe; H. A. Cook of Shaniko was
gold a tudor sedan; Charley Kra
mer, now at Crater Lake, accepted
delivery of a coupe; Hurstel Hol
lis, Maupin, wll now drive a nifty
pickup; John Karlen will come to
town and do light hauling with a
truck, while the Warm Spring In
dian agency people will move
freight in a new truck.
A tasty way to cook string beans
is t0 shred them finely and give
them a short, quick cooking in a
comparatively small amount of
lightly salted water. Remove the
tips, ends, and strings and cut the
beans lengthwise into long, thin
shreds, with a pair of scissors. If
the beans' are young they will cook
tender In from 15 to 20 minutes
They will keep their good green
color and have a delicate fresh fla
vor, if cooked quickly and for a
very short time. Season with melt
ed butter and more salt if necea ary,
house-infe.ting ants, such as dusting
sodium-fluorile powder dong the
insects' runways, or by injecting a
little keronsene or gasoline into the
nest, if it can be found. The surest
way to keep a house free from ants
is to leave no food laying about on
: helves or open places. Cake,
bread, sugar and meat are especially
favored by ants. Many of the ants
that infest households came from
the Old World to this and other
countries on ships.
The wai ts for sun suits for child
ren should be made of loosely woven
fabrics, so that the ultra-violet rays
of the Bun can reach the body thru
the large spaces in the material.
All the common textile fibers stop
most of the ultra-violet rays.
The making of cottage cheese in
small quantities for home use is a
very simple process and ordinary
household equipment will suffice,
says the Bureau of Dairy Industry,
U. S. Department of Agriculture.
It is desirable, however, to use a
floating dairy thermometer in order
t0 obtain uniform result". If the
cheese is made without a curdling
agent, hold fresh clean milk at a
temperature of 75 degrees F. until
curdled. Cut the curd into small
pieces stir, and heat to 100 degrees,
F. in half an hour. Put it on a cloth
drain for about 25 ' minutes, and
salt. If the curdling agent such as
rennet is used, warm the milk to
75 degrees and add the rennet
first diluting it in cold water, at the
rate of 10 drops to 30 pounds of
milk. When curdled pour the curd
on cotton cloth, let drain 25 min
utes, press with weights, and salt.
Sweet or sour cream may be added
to cottage cheese at the rate of
half pint to 10 pounds of curd.
good foot and saddle tral goes to
the summt of the peak.
Jim Hartman has cold his lease
on the Calvin McCorkle-Forman
tract to John Boen. John will move
his family to the ranch soon. Jim
has taken his family to the Mt.
Hood national forest, where he will
work for Joe A. Graham.
The maintenance of way crews
have dragged the roads from Clear
creek to Clear lake, to Clackamas
and on south to Olallie lake. The
gate at Clackamas will be opened
on July 3rd to permit celebrators,
fi. hermen and tourists to go to the
Ben Richardson can now supply
all who desire camp fire permits at
the service station. No one who
contemplates picnicing or camping,
even for a day, should neglect first
getting a permit, as it is a forest
requirement. Joe A. Graham i
awake to serving the traveling pub
lic and has arranged this matter for
Many tourists cars from all the
states are crossing the Cascades via
Govt. Camp-Clear Lake to Maupin.
Ben Richard, on's "First and Last
the Linnr have moved to the ca
bins on the Olson tract for the sum
mer to be nearer the woods and .mill
Melvin Walters too a carload of his
brothers and nephews to the moun
tains last Sunday on an outing trip.
Expert Coming to
Fri. & Sat., July 5 & 6
THE DALLES HOTEL
From 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Evening! by telephone
Call Maupin Drug Stare
Long Di.tant Hauling A Specialty
ELZA O. DERTHICK
Phone .. SIM
TWO DAYS ONLY
No Charge for Consultation
Good flavors to serve together:
Fried chicken and corn fritters, with
a spoonful of bright red jelly on each
fritter; beef teak, with fried pota
toes, browned murhrooms, fried
tomatoes or ' fried onions; lamb
chops around a mound of green
peas or buttered carrots or lightly
mashed potatoes. Have the platter
very hot. Pork chops look well
served with apple rings or jellied
apples colored red. A bit of green
garnish parsley, ress, celery tops
or lettuce makes any meat or
fish dish look well.
Mr. C. F. Redlich, the successful
The "Perfect Retention Shield"
holds the rupture perfectly, no matter
Chance" service station and camp I what position the body as umes or
are popular, a flock of local and , how heavy a weight you lift. They
Pine Grove News
The "crazy" ant that infects
households so called because of its
habit of running about, apparently
aimlessly, with a quick, jerky mo
tion can be restrained from its
erratic activities by any one of the
various means vwi to combat
Frank Batty and family visited at
Hendin's last Sunday. Melvin and
Ed. Walters also were visitors at
Hedin's the same day.
Roy Crabtree and Mr. and Mr..
Ernest Endcrsby took lunch and
went fishing at Clear Lake Sunday.
Bill Beebe and family have mov
ed to the Overman cottage. Bill
has taken a job at McFarkne's
mill for the trammer.
Calvin Burnside came out from
Olallie lake over Sunday. He visit
ed with friends and relatives here
and at The Dalles Saturday and
Sunday. Cal. will be the lookout
man (fire observer) on Olallie
butte this summer, a job he had
last season. He invites his friends
who desire a fine trip and wonder
ful panoramic view to visit the
new tower on top of the butte. A
visiting cars are buzzing about the
camp every day.
Oliver Reph is having wood haul
ed from the Sharp-Hedin wood tract.
Gertrude Laughlin and Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Cunningham took a trip
to the mountains last Sundny.
Virgil Mayfield made a trip to
Smock Sunday to visit his brother,
W. A. Bullock, insurance man,
ha- returned to Wasco county, after
a trip to Chicago and Denver. He
visited business acquantnnces and
old frends at Pine Grove, Wapinitia
Mrs. B. E. HedinJias rented her
Maupin "shoe box" to Jesse and
Merle Crabtree, the newlweds, They
moved in Monday.
Irene Linn is working for Mrs.
Charley Walker and O. S. Walters
are going to Portland with a carload
of hogs next Saturday.
Walter Sharp's sister' from Well
ington visiting with her brother and
family this week.
Omar Lloyd of Corvallis is work
ing for Joe A. Graham. Omar is
the eldest son of Prof, and Mrs.
Philip Lloyd, the former having
been at one time principal of the
give instant relief, contract the open
ing in a remarkably short time and
strengthen the weak tissue (the real
cause of rupture) sd that they fre
quently rccoves from their previous
natural retaining power, needing no
further outside support. Stomach
trouble, backache and con tipation
often caused by Rupture promptly
Truly remarkable 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 advrti:ed mail order contrap
tions. You connot fit yourself.
C. F. REDLICH, Rupture Appli
ance Expert, Home . Office, 53S .
Boston Block, Minneapolis, Minna
Wm. F. Schilling'
and Starting' Motors
on All Makes of Cars
( From a Tin to a Locomotive Axle
All Work Guaranteed
At ?Ag Maupin Garage
SHIP BY TRUCK
REGULAR FREIGHT LINE SERVICE
PORTLAND - THE DALLES - MAUPIN '
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