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THE MAUPIN TIMES
Thursday. October 17, 1921
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K1RKPATRICK SECURES BIG
Leading Portland Advertising Agency
Will Prepare Matter for Ex'
ploiutton of State
Starting at 10:00 A. M.
The following livestock, farm machinery, farm crops and farm accessories
will be offered for sale. The cows are the cream of my former hefd:
Announcement has boon made by
W.- G. Me, mannger. state chamber
of commerce that the contract for
preparation of copy, booklets and
other advertising material which will
be used In the statewide advertising
and development program, for which
the recent legislature appropriated
$25,000 haa been awarded to the W.
S. Kirkpntreik Advertising Service,
Portland, The award was made by
tho directors of the rtate chamber
and approved by the state board of
control. Mr. Idc states that a
(front ricnl of statistical Information
and pictures of agricultural and In
dustrial operations in Oregon have
been collected already and prepar
ing the booklets and literature will
now go ahead.
The advertising campaign In news
papers and farm publications will
start on January 1, and oil follow
up literature nnd material will be
ready to aanswer inquiries on all
phases of Oregon opportunities.
One black Cow, test 7 per cent, 8
2 full blood Jersey Cows, not regis
tered, 4 years old.
1 grade Jersey Cow, 3 years old.
2 full blood Jersey Yearlings.
1 full blood Calf. Can get papers of
2 Brood Sows.
3 fat hogs, about 200 pounds.
3 Feeders, about 150 pounds.
5 Shoats, about 80 pounds.
Chickens, Ducks and Turkeys.
1 Pair of Geese.
1 14-disk Shoe Drill.
1 Mower, 5-foot; 2 sickles.
1 rake. 16-inch Sulky Plow.
1 Alfalfa Spring Tooth Harrow.
1 16-foot 3-section Harrow, nearly
1 10-foot 2-section Harrow.
1 or 3 cords of wood.
About 30 tons of Hay. Buy all and
feed your shctp on the place.
About 350 bushels Barley.
One ton of Oats.
Jackscn Fork. Rope, Cable and Pul
leys. Wade Wood Saw. 4
1 Fordson Tractor.
1 Tractor Plow, 14-inch.
One Boy's Saddle. Harness and
Some Household Goods, Tools and
other articles too numerous to mention.
The U. S. D. A. has a new leaflet,
Ni. 15, "Perk in Preferred Ways,"
which contuin many seasonable re
cipes ftr this excellent meat.
In cooking consrrvis and jnms
watch your kettle closely a", they
may scorch, An asbestos mat plac
ed under the kettle is a safeguard.
colds, etc., a few students were
absent one day this week. Tho.e who
have been absent me: Kiehard C'riib
tree, Albeit St. Delinks and ltlmiehc
Northrup and Melvin Lindley.
GAME TICKETS SERVE
A DOUBLE PURPOSE
The i.tudent body are getting out
new tickets to bo add at games. The
new football field fur which we are
desirous is planned to be near the
baseball diamond back, of the ichool
buildings. This field would be an at
vantage lit many weays. It would bo
closer to the school. Not so much of
the practice time would be wasted In
Ki'ing to and from the field. The
dust would be avoided as the field
would be planted in grasa. It would
take about one day with team and
n few implement to make a level
field about iif.O feet by 150 feet.
Hoost for thin necessary Improve
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11 Showi in Ojw 0100,000 Premiums
JOth Ariiu.1 Epclllon comNe.e Pure rI ''? '
nil N.tk.o.1 ton Show; Nuioaai worn onowi VrT".
and litrU'Uub Work B.hlhli.i 1W.O tWinr .nt IVH ?Hi'a,"l
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TERMS: All sums under $10.00, Cash. On sums over $10.00 bankable
notes drawing 8 per cent will be accepted.
Free Lunch at Noon Bring Cups
Rcy Batty, Owner.
IVIaupin State Bank, Clerk.
Tart, underripe apples are byt
f;ir making jelly or pectin for future
jelly-making. Crab apples are es
pecially good for jelly. Partly green
fruits usually make more jelly per
pound of fruit than do ripe fruits.
are coming to Maupin and bringing with them all
the latest hot stuff in the way of music for the big
U e two pans when you wash
spinach. Trim the leaves from the
stalks, first; much of the grit thai
clings t spinach is at the lower
ends of the stalks. Lift the spinach
from the first pan to the second,
letting the ,rnnd settle; change the
water each time you tranfer the
spinach; wash in five or six waters
if necessary. If the spinach is un
usually free from sand or grit, it
may be put in the colander and
washed under running water, but the
first way gives more certain rcsultr.
Enough water will cling to the leaves
after the washing to start cooking
the .spinach. Cover it closely at
first :0 it will steam, then remove
the cover and cook as short a time
a possible ten of fifteen minutes.
As soon as it is tender, drain It,
chop it and season with salt and melt
ed butter or thick cream. Serve hot
Echo (Nine-hole golf course com
plotcd at Echo Rod and Gun club.
Maupin Legion Hall
Eva Linn was a vl itor at the Roy
Batty homo last week end.
A charivari for Mr. and Mrs,
Frank Richardson was held at Pine
Crove last Saturday. Several High
school students were pmon thoee
ht,r. and Mrs. G. R. Eell mpde a
trip to Portland Friday.
G. T. Tcschncr, who Is herding
.beep for P. K. Conroy, visited at
G. R. Bell home Friday.
G. R. Bell nnd family were in
Mapin Saturday afterenoon.
The new pastor of the Wapinitia
circuit, Rev. Smith, was at Wapinitia
last Sunday morning.
Mrs. Kate Peterson visited the 0.
S. Walters home Sunday.
Herb Lewis was employed to count
automobiles on the highway Sunday.
A. Lincoln Ilartmnn is spending a
few days at The Dallea.
Geo. Claymier ha-; rented the Roy
Batty ranch. Roy has bought a
ranch at Battle Ground, Washington,
and after his auction sale will move
Live Stock Exposition
Oregon Trunk Railway
Laava Mmipin 1:10 A. M. October 26lb
Arrive Porll.inJ 7:30 P. M. October 26th
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Lrar. t'orr ' ' 00 r. M.
Saturday or Sunday, Ortober 26th or 27th
Tickets good only in coaehes, and on train., chown above; no bag
gage chocked or stop-overs given.
A splendin chance to make u full visit to Portland on an ex
tremely low fare.
egon Trunk R
L. h. Daavis, Trav. Pacs. Agt.. K. W. GRIFFIN, Agt.,
Bend, Oregon Maupin, Oregon
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Supper served by Ladies Auxiliary
Dance Tickets $1.00. Supper Extra
MAUPIN HI TIMES
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SEWING CLASS CHATTER
The girls of the Sewing class are
making good progressi. Each has made
a shoe bag of bright cretonne and Is
now working on pajamas.
Tht,-, class offers amusement as
well as profit, as it is somewhat
similar to the "ladies' sewing bee,"
where interesting conversations take
place. One "of the girls exclaimed,
"There, I know why that place was
hard to cut. I've just cut the tape
measure in two under my cloth." An
other a ked "Isn't tKal the sccotui
time you banted that seam?" The
reply was, "Yes, and I've got one
more time coming."
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GOING FRIDAY OCTOBER 25th
Lv. Maupin ' 10:55 A. M-
Ar. Portland 8:30 P. M.
RETURNING SATURDAY OR SUNDAY
October 26tb or 27th
Any Regular Train
These tickets honored in COACHES ONLY. No baggage will be
checked. 1 ' .
See agent also for fare and one third rate covering entire period
of the Exposition,
B. BELL, Agent, Maupin. Ore.
EDW. H. McALLEN, T. F. & P. A.
There has, been a good attendance
in school during the six weeks since
the opening, and we hope to continue
thia fine record. However, due to
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PORTLAND - THE DALLES MAUPIN
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PORTLAND- THE DALLES THE DALLES-MAUPIN
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