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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 14, 1929)
tHE MAUPIN TIMES '
For the School Lunch Box
VTITII Sertemlr ar.c! the begin- 1
illni'.v- oi tb? school year the
I i .Ill !.-
Vox with food which wiil keep well.
be arFr"-3 st ,he same time
be economical and heilihy.
In this class falls the popular pea
put up in a sanitary enamel lined
ran to preserve its color perfectly.
Pea are economical of both time
and money, and the protein com
bined with the carbohydrate, vita
min and mineral salts which the
little green pellets contain makes
them an excellent part cf a rather
substantial lunch box meaL
Some Ways to Use Them
A particularly suitable food for
this purpose is Pea and Walnut
Roast To nke it, mix the fo'.Iow
inf together lip'-t'y: one and one
half cups of pea pulp, ore cut) of
s;:: breid ensmbs, one-half cap of
c'irpred wuaituts. one-fourth cup of
b.ittrr, two-thirds cup of canned
tomato soup, one slightly V.ntcn f?g.
fc-id salt, peppw 8ni cuion juice to
t vste. Put the mixture in a buttered
baking dish or loaf pan and bake in
3 moderate oven, 350 F., for 30 to
! minutvi or until set and brown.
This may be served at the family
r.iruier, then, when cold, sliced, tlx
slices wrappd in waxed ysrx and
racked in the lunch box.
Peas in salads are always popular
with child and mother. A salad
nude of a cup of peas, a cup of diced
boiled potatoes, one-half cup of diced
pickled beets and one tablespoon of
ehOjVed onions may be mixed with
mayonnaise and put in a waxed
paper cup with a tight-fitting cap.
Ge'atin sa'ads may be packed in the
Not So Punky
A certain fight promoter at The
Dalle referred to Floyd Holloman
as "the Maupin punk.'" Judging
by the result of the ecrap Floyd put
up at the Legion smoker Monday
night he must have carried consid
erable fire for a mere piece of punk.
Now In Wahiilon
H. N. Dodge and family, former
ly of Juniper Flat, are now living
near Manor, Wafhington, where
Mr. Dodge is employed on a large
dairy ranch. This Information
cornea to The Times from Rev. J. I.
Parker, who hat charge at Manor.
Burn. Service enrage building is
Baked apples may be served with
roast pork or pork chops occasionally.
Jellied apples, stewed of steamed ap
ples, and other tart accompaniments
also offer variations in the menu.
In making brend your results will
be much more certnln and uniform
if you use a thermometer. Send for
Farmers' Bulletin 1450-F for full
directions as to how to make good
homemade bread, what temperature
is essential to good results, and how
to bake the loaves perfectly.
It'l jut tl '
if any emoktr beeaute f r.
information d.oiti himl'
hor.clf the plctiure ol O i
Wade Hampton and A. W. DeVoe
spent Saturday shooting rabbits on
the P. J. Kir:ch ranch. Reports
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hunt visited
in "Waraic Sunday.
Mrs. Maud Joynt visited at the
C. A. Duus home last week.
Mrs. P. J. Kirsch accompanied her
brother, Alfred, and his family to
Salem for a brief visit at the pater
Mrs. Ben Herrling and daughter,
Loise Erma, returned to their home
i near Salem after visiting several
weeks with Mr. and Mr;. D. B. Ap
pling. D. D. Wilson has been hauling
straw for winter's use.
D. L. Rutherford attended en
campment at Maupin Monday.
W. E. Hunt attended the "Smok
er" held in The Dalles Monday night.
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Rutherford
were visitors in Maupin Tuesday.
Myrtle Kramer vi.ited Margy Ap
pling one day last week.
Mrs. Joe Kramer, Sr., received
word of the death of her brother in
Montana. This is the seventh death
in the family in two years.
Serve ice cream in the form of
a " parfait" once in a while. Put a
little ice cream in the bottom of a
tall glass, then a spoonful of crush
ed fruit of chocolate or butterscotch
sauce ; then more ice crenm, a spoon
ful of whipped cream, and on top a
candied cherry or bit of colorful
jelly or a malaga grape, or bit of
date. ., .
Warning to Farmer!
The State Agricultural College
warns farmers of Eastern Oregon
against the operations of high
powered salesmen who are selling
then lime at exorbitant prices tinder
the advice that lime will reclaim
alkali lands. The college apthorities
assure the farmers that sulphur
treatment is the proper remedy. It
is said that $20 a ton is charged for
the lime by the salesmen, whereas
the state price at Salem is $ 4.50 a
Apple butter can be made with or
wftbout cider. It is a' good spread
for school supper sandwiches. Wind
fall, specked, or bruised apples enn
be saved by cutting up the sound
parts for apple butter. The propor
tions of apples, cider, sugar and
spices used are given in Farmers'
Bulletin 900-F, which may be ob
tained free from the United State
Department of Agriculture.
Burns Construction of business
structure at intersection of Fairview
In planning your Thanksgiving
dinner menu keep in mind the pre
paration of each dish under holiday
conditions. There will be interrup
tions when the guests e.rrive, you will
have to look the house over and set
the table unusually carefully, and
as the turkey will probably fill the
ovn everything else will have to be
cooked on the top of the stove or
New smokers are not always In a position to have a real preference
in cigarettes. But when they acquaint themselves with Camels tit"
develop that sense of discrimination V:t had to real smoklnft pleasure.
Camels are made so carefully and of so ood a blend of choicest
cigarette tobaccos that even those with inexperienced smokin;;
taste quickly recognize their superiority. They arc for those who
appreciate the taste of choice tobaccos, tho fragrance of a perfect
blend and the soothing mellowncsj of a really satisfying cigarette.
when they learn the difference
they flock to
0 1W, R. J. Rr.old. ToWw
Con pur, WiaMM-Salta. N- C
prepared the day before. Every,
thing you can get ready in advance
will save effort and flurry at the
time of serving the dinner.
COUNTY AGENTS LEADER
22 Rounds of
in Legion Hall
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cally all he knows about farming and
a new man with new ideas should be
able to give .more help and better
:atisf action.' In a letter dated Nor.
6th Mr. Daigh has this manly thing
t0 say about the office he holds:
"The sugge:tion for a group of
farmers as a farm advisory board or
agricultural council is a fine thing
and something we should look into,
and no one deplores the fact more
than I do that the office is located
in the extreme end of the county
making a lot of long trips neces
D. M. STANCLIFF.
PACE, LINE AND PARAGRAPH
6-po.und hen laying 144 eggs in
a year "produces about three times
her own body weight and one laying
240 -egprs produces about five times
her weight. For such hard work
hen must he vigorous end in the
best of health.
Get rid of .crubs and inferior
stock they are wasteful of feed.
Report: from livestock feeders over
the country indicate the purebreds
make about 40 per cent greater re
turns for their owners than do the
scrubs or common stock.
CURTAIN RAISER FOUR ROUNDS-128 lbs.
Elton Snodgras-, Maupin, vs. Willard Conlej, Tygh
FOUR ROUNDS-145 POUNDS
Doug Holloman, Maupin, vs. Walt McGreer, Tygh
FOUR ROUNDS-160 POUNDS
Bob Shepflin, Maupin, vs. Alb. Hachlt r, Wapinitia
FOUR ROUNDS-170 POUNDS
Coach Gosnell, Wapinitia, vs. Willis Brittain, Tygh
MAIN EVENT SIX ROUNDS 145 POUNDS
Floyd Holloman, Maupin, vs. H. McDonald, Moro
Dance After-the- Boxing Bouts
Ringside, $1.00; Reserved, 75c; Gen. Admission, 50c
Horses at hard work and dairy
cows producing heavily should be
fed three times a day. Young ani
mals need to be fed at least three
times a day, with the intervals be
tween meals as even as possible. Two
feeds a day for other animals are
I mi Al l POINTS P. ART
Lv. MAUPIN 10:55 A. li.
ronncclia" ai Sherman with the
AI-'o ronucttion with the famous
This fine flyer leaves The Dulles 8t33 P. M. Luxuri
ously rj'iippfd (''.nip?; enr service par nceilence.
R. B. BELL, Agent, Mnupin. Ore. . JjV
EDW. H. McALLEN, T. F. & P. A., Bend Ore. UtjlV
JBcreqnings, or dockage, makes
valuable feed for livestock and
should be removed before grain Is
shipped. In North Dakota alone the
anuual farm feed value of dockage
is estimated as $5,000,000 or more.
Clean grain demands a higher aver
age price and costs less to ship than
Mark the pullets that start to lay
early Then select the belt tor
breeders next spring. The birds can
be banded with aluminum or other
bands. An easy way to determine
the approximate time pullets begin
to lay is to note the development of
the comb and wattles and the width
between the pelvic bones.
SHIP BY TRUCK
REGULAR FREIGHT LINE SERVICE
PORTLAND - THE DALLES - MAUPIN
THE DALLES TRUCK LINE Inc. SPiCKERMAN'S TRUCK LIKE
PORTLAND-THE DALLES THE DALLES-MAUPIN
and Way Poind and Way PohaU
BONDED & INSURED CARRIER!!
this serious ailment.
There is ho drug nor combination
of drugs' which can be converted in
to a competent treatment for pyor
rhea say medical authorities. The
Food, Drug and Inrecticide Adminis
tration is at present In the midst of
a campaign to remove from the mar
ket tooth pastes, mouth washes, and
similar preparations fraudulently
labeled as a competent treatment for
Beef calves on the ran go that are
weaned In late fall or winter thould
be fed liberally, as they make better
use of the feed than when older. It
is not usually advisable to foed year
ling steers and healfers so liberally.
Two-year-old steers must be winter
ed cheaply to insure profit in hold
ing them until they are 3 years old.
If steers come off tho range in the
fall fat enough, it may be more profi
table to market them at that time.
If they lack flesh for killing and the
feeder demand in strong, they may
be profitably told as feeders.
STAGE SCHEDULE OP '
Bend-Portland Stage Ce
Trips Every Other Day ,
Leave Portland - 1:00 p, tn.
Arrive Maupin 4:50 p. m.
Leave Bend 7:00 a. m.
Arrive Maupin 10:80 a. m.
Arrive Portland "... 8:50 p. m.
Stage ttop at Hotel Kelly and the
Rainbow garage in Maupin; at Im
perial Hotel in Portland.