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fbuwday, October 10, iiM.
THE MAUPIN TIMES
The Maupin Times
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER
fr-1' i uminu in i- u-uui
C W. Scmm, Editor
& W. Suimai and E. R. Simmel
Pttbllih,pd every Thursday at
Busotha, Ifi.M, Uim months, 50cU.
Lihsvd as second elasj mail mat
t StUrnbtr 8, 1914, at the poat
at Mauptn, Orton, unir the
Act of Match 8. 87fl.
OREGON NEWS NOTES
Madras Jefferton county pur
dialed rock crushing outfit for road
Madras B. S. Larkm Hardware
and Implement store building improved.
Prairie City Peoples West Coast
Hydro-Electric company installed a
iew engine at power plant at cost of
Moro Pacific Power and Light
.ompany installing additional equip
ment to improve service on linea out
Condon Condon Greenhouse com
mny started operation in newly con
structed buildings on John Day high
way. La Grande Construction of new
.ving at Grande Ronde Hospital pro
La Grande Union Pacific rail
way to construct depot here in near
Oregon City Efforts being made
3 establish flax factory here.
Burns Association local business
iwn started building ten auto camp
abins on dx acre tract of land, ad
oin;,ng Mother Clug playgrounds, in
northeatstern part of town and will
be known as Riverside Camp grounds.
Contract awarded for construction
of camp buidings ht Crown Point
mine above Sumpter.
Pendleton ew Columbia Gorge
depot at Railroad and Main streets,
opened to public.
'jresham White Way confoction
Seaosn veal cutlets or chops with
a little lemon Juice and Worcester
shire sauce as well as salt and pep
per, before cooking them.
Save your baking powder tlna to
put left-over cooked cereals In.
When these are sliced and fried to
a delicate brown they are good to
serve with meat in place of other
starchy foods. Or serve the fried
cereals with sirup, honey, or pre
server, as a lunch dish.
en like these
are testing your car
JLt used to be th: custom for
a man who wanted to buy a car to take a
mechanic with him.
Today, General Motors, itself employs
skilled automotive engineers to make it
easy for you to select your new car. These
men arc working for you at its Proving
Ground the iz68-acre outdoor laboratory
in Michigan where every kind of car is
Before any General Motors car goes in
to production, a fleet of advance models is
constructed and sent to the Proving
Ground. There these advance cars must
meet every test tests far harder than you
would make. Sometimes they arc rebuilt,
redesigned, rctestcd many times until they
are pronounced right, and ready to be put
The tests involve speed, power, endur
ance, braking, riding comfort, handling
case; fuel and oil economy; body strength
and safety every phase of car construc
tion and performance.
Buying a car is easy today because
these men at the Proving Ground are work
ing for you to assure you of value when
you select a General Motors car.
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General Motori Frurii g
Ground who tie wurlin
for you. Dnwn from a
photograph. They tic
shown examining t srtu
lly devised instrument
for measuring clutch fxual
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"A car for every purse
CHEVROLET. 7 modeli. 125
69V Asia in the price ringe of thefuur.
Smooth, powerful (cylinder vilve in
heid engine. Beautiful Fisher Bodies.
Also sedsn delivery. Light delivery
chum H inn chassis an.l 1H ton
chusis with cb, both with four speeds
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it low cost Larger L-heid engine; larger
Bodies hy Fislier. New attractive colons
and stylish lines.
OLDSMOBILE. S models. t17)
llfm. The Fin Car at Low Price. Now
offers further refi nements, mechanically
and in the Fisher Bodies also eight
optional equipment combinations in
Spe'ial and De Luxe line.
101). Buick's new companion car. de
signed ind built by Buiclr. Six cylinders.
Fisber Bodie 1. Its price putl Buiclc qua,
ity ind caftsmanship within reach of
OAKLAND. 9 models. ItWl
$t37J. Oakland All American Six. Dis
tinctively original appearance. Splendid
performance. Luxurious appointments.
Attractive colors. Bodies by Fisher,
VTKING. ) models. $159V General
Motors' new "eight" ar medium price.
90-degrec V type engine. Striking
Bodies by Fi'her. t'nusiul appoint
ments. Also optional equipment com
binations. BUICK. 14 models. ,1231-11993.
Three new wheelbascs, 118124151
Inches. Trie grea'e-t Buirk of them all.
Many new mechanical features. Fisher
Bodies with new lines.
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tinental lines. Distinctive appearance.
90-degree V-rype I cylinder engine.
Striking color combinations in beauti
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CADILLAC. 26 models. 13295
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moui efficient S-cylinder 90-degree V
type engine. Luxurious Bodies by Fiiher
and Fleetwood. Extensive range of
color and upholstery combinations.
(All Prices f. o. b. Factories)
FRIGIDAIRE Automatic Refrigera
tor. New silent models with cold-control
device. Tu-tone cabinets. Price and
model range to suit every family.
DELCO-LICHT Electric Plants ft
Water Systems. Provide all electrical
conveniences and labor-saving device!
or the farm.
TUNE IN General Motors Family
Party.every Monday, 9: 50 P. M. (Eastern
Standard Time). WEAF and 37 associ
ated radio stations.
Do .Vou know leaflet 28, "Lamb as
You I.iko it," which may bp obtained
free from the U. S, Department of
Agricultural? About a dozen good
recipes with illustrations, and a talk
on the principles of cooking lamb are
contained in it.
Applo bctty and other fruit "bet
family and easy to prepuro with the
family and cats yto prepare. Mix
bread crumbs with enough melted
butter to moisten, and place them in
alternate layers with fruit, spice, and
sugar in your baking dish. Serve
hot or cold, with or without cream
or hard suueo or custard.
Whipped cream dressing is es
pecially good with cabbage salad, but
it may be used for any summer salad
you like. To make It, beat half a pmt
of heavy whipping cream until stiff,
Add four and on-half tablespoons of
lemon juice, 2 tablespoons fresh grat
ed horeseradi.h, a grating of onion,
a few drops of tabasco and salt to
taarte. A dash of cayenne pepper
may be used instead of tabasco. If
the horseradish is in vinegar use only
2 tablespoons of lemon.
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Fred Davis and wife, and the for
mer's father, F. H. Dsvi , were Sun
day callers at the H. E. Hammer
Mrs. Mice Batty is visiting at
Miiupiii mid on Juniper Flat this
wrrk. Sim will return to her home
in Salem Saturday.
KUwyn Sturgis niHtle a horseback
Irip to Tygh Valley last Sunday. On
the return trip he drove back three
lie.'id of cattle.
Lloyd and (leruld Claymter and
I.ee Lauehlin made a trip to the
mountains Sunday. They reported
seeing a bobcat.
turned from a ; hort trip to the Val-
Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Ilartman re
Icy driving a new Oldmobile sedan.
Mr. and Mr. Roy Crabtree made
a trip to The Dalle Wednesday last.
Several from here attended the
dance at Maupin last Saturday night
Among those who attended the
football game at Tygh Valley were
Lincoln Ilartman, Bill Foreman,
Mrs. Myrtle O'Brien and Mrs. J. M.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. P. Weberg and
daughters, Helen, Lelah and Mabel,
visited at the Leonard Weberg home
Sunday callers at the Fred
Lnugblin h"me were: Mr. and Mm.
F.arl Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs.
George Clayniicr and family, Mr.
and Mrs, S. E. Endershy and family
and U. S. Endrsby.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Batty were
callers at the Roy Ward home Sat
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Henneghan
and Mrs. Alice Batty and grand
daughter, Amy Lou Van Laanen,
spent Sunday at the Roy Batty home.
Frank Heckman, principal, Coach
Gosnell and Roscne Batty were at
Tygh hunting Sunday.
Mrs, John Uuhanks t pent one day
last week with her son, Earl, on the
Miss Mary O'Brien, teacher at the
Batty school, dismissed school Fri
day afternoon to attend the football
Did. Olmstcad left Friday for
Robert Holmnn returned the fir t
of the week from a hunting trip in
the Blue mountains, He saw seveml
deer but failed to get any.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown and
family railed at the Roy Batty
home Thursday evening.
Dairymen Consider Breeds
Secondary to Breeding
Only a small proportion of the dairy animals on the nation's! farrmi
are pure bred or even food grades. Therefore, the avtlvitlei of Breed
Associations in raising livestock standards are u r-nl service to the farming
industry. Each a sociation seeks dwdopment of the breed it favors. Yet
in those expositions whenever the breeds are shown together the friendly
spirit of rivalry which exists evidences the realization thut BREEDING
COUNTS RATIIKK THAN BREED.
Suck it lh atmotphere prevmlini the Di'y divialon of the Pacific Inter,
national Llvailock Expoaltion, 19th Annual of which will bo hold at Port,
land, Oreion, Oct. 26-Nov. 2. Hero can bo eoen America' finoit and bet
dairy animali and knowl-diro obtained bow puro-brodt make . posaiblo
creating production and profits. Oilier . oihibitt Includo . Beef ..CaUle,
lionet, Sh.ep, Hogi, C.oaIi, IWa nd Poultryl alto Dairy, Manufacturers'
and Land Productt Showt; Boys' and f.irla' Club Work Ehibitt Industrial
Exposition; and world-renowned Horae Show. . $100,000 promiumt are of.
fe-rtd of which amount $1 t.r.OO it for dairy cattle exhibitt eaclutiyoly
The Maupin Sla BmiIi knuwns from prcviout ouparionco that Informa
tion of immoaturable value can b eoblained in ihit ireat Liv.atock clattic.
For tlsis reaton we tay to every farmer, "Make every effort to attend the
Maupin State Bank
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market road will be completed roon.
Criterino news notes
P. J. Kirsch has staked his trap
line again and so far his four bad
gers, three coyotes and numerorua
Clarence and Bill Hunt visited at
the home ranch one day this week.
Clarence has one band of sheep,
about 1700, feeding on the N. G.
Hodin pastures. f
Arthur Appling visited his par
ent:, over Sunday.
Mrs. B, F. Herrling and daugh
ter, Lois Erma, spent Monday with
Mrs. F. J. Kirsch.
Mr. and Mrs. Clausen of Hay
Creek were guests of Kirsch's on
Mr. Kirsch moved his bees about
a month ago to the Clausen ranch,
and they now have an ample supply
of honey to winter on.
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Rutherford at
tended the football game at Maupin
on Friday last.
Jim Appling and Vcrle Bonney
were in Maupin Friday night.
D. L. Rutherford attended En
campment in Maupin Monday night.
Mrs. D. L. Rutherford visited
Mrs. James Chalmers,' Saturday
P. J. Kirsch and Felix Kirsch
went to work on the telephone con
Mrs. D. D. Wilson and lone were
in Maupin Tuesday.
Crandall Undertaking Co.
In order that wo may sorve you better, at the
time our service.-; are needed, we have a representa
tive in your neighborhood whom you majy call.
Maupin Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crofoot
Wapinitia Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ward
Wamir Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Mapill
Tyh Valley Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sloan
CRANDALL UNDERTAKING GO.
The Dalles, Ore. Phone C5-J Lady Assistants
Callawav Funeral Chapel
The Dalles, Ore.
We carry a complelo line of Caskets
The High Dollarfor Your Livestock
For Trucking Livestock Call
Phone G F-2, Maupin, Oregon
Ship your Cattle, Hogs and Sheep to
ALBRIGHT COMMISSION CO.
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