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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 21, 1929)
f HE MAUPIN TltS'
Thursday November 21, 1920.
Oregon clover seed growers will
find it profitable this year to make
Sure the seed they use themselves
comes from an approved hardy
i train, says the experiment station.
County agents in the secd-srOT.-inj:
counties can assist a??y farmer In
getting in touch with dependable
sources of this supply.
important characteristics of a good
breeding hen. Records kept at the
Oregon Experiment station show a
close relationship between early ma
turity and annual egg production,
family records in this respect are
important in breeding.
is possible to sow grains in Febru
ary after failure to get it In this
fall because of lack of rain.
Early maturity is one of the most
The sweepstakes award for wheat
this year at the Oregon State Fair
vbs won on Jenkins club. This Jr.
Lhe variety hting advised for use
n western Oregon this year where it
Bermuda grars Is a warm weather
plant not generally recommended hi
Oregon. In some favored sections
it will stand the climate here but it
is unsafe as a general rule, finds
the experiment station.
Mmr.ath FallsHowie Moto
company rhangrd hnnds recently.
110 East Second Street
The Dalles, Oregon
peeials Nov. 20-25
Sugar (Best Cane) fr rh
100 To sack O.DV
Patent A. Flour (hard wheat)
Milk (all brands)
Citrus Household Soap
per case :..
Calumet Baking Pow
der, 10 lb tin $1.65
K. C. Baking Powder
10 lb tin S1.33
Parlor Coffee 5 lb
tin : $1.99
M. J. B. Coffee 4 lb
Golden West Coffee
5 lb tin $2.49
Red Mexican Beans 12
Fancy Blue Rose Rice
12 lbs $1.00
Rose City Macoroni
15 lbs $1.00
10 lb. tin $2.89
larage, per lb 25c
Tillomock Cheese ' '5
lb loaf i $.1.69
Try Blue Crackers 6
lb box 87c
Comet Matches, per
Willamjette Blueing, 4
Crepe Toilet Paper 25
Oregon Italian Prunes
25 lb box
Libby Seedless Raisins
25 lb box
Splendor Pink Salmon
the Camel blend is
a real smoke!
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onci who seek (lis pleaurl of
tnnt imott, snd thtte smaksrs
may b snursd lint the true Camtl
quality will alwsyi be maintained.
Camels were originated and made to promote the pleasure of
smoking. The most perfect blend thr.t the greatest experts know
how to make is the secret of this rc;t!!y wonderful cigarette! Tho
most modern and skilful processes are employed in bringing this
great cigarette to perfection! The pick of all Domestic tobaccos for
satisfying taste, the rarest Turkish for added fragrance! Camels
arcs vastly preferred by knowing smokers because, they appreciate
the soothing goodness of choice tobaccos perfectly blended,
when they learn the difference
they flock to
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Neighborhood School Notes
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Maupin Legion Hall
ed or not Wapinitla will have &
oasketball team. We have pletny ol
material, but would be greatly handi
capped, as we have no place to start
Beginning Monday, th High
ichool will have forty-minute noons,
and will be demised u half hour
With football practice al nn end,
jomc of the players find time pass
ing rather slowly after half past
vhree, the usual time for practice.
A spelling contest was held Friday
atteiVs Six Aces
After your Thanksgiuing dinner you'll need some
healthful exercise. Attend this dance and you will
go home pepped up like a four-time winner.
Tickets $1.00 Supper Extra
Two of our prominent High rchool
boys, Frank and Albert Hachler,
were seen in the ring at the smoker
Saturday night. Frank had no in
tention of boxing until Saturday
night, when he was asked to fight
in Nick Holloman's place. Albert
won his match when Cyril Fralcy
unintentionally fouled him. All the
High school boys and some of the
3 were there to cheer their fel
low students to victory.
Grade and High rehool student
are anxiously waiting for the spell
ing match which will take place be
tween the Maupin Seventh and Eigh
th grades, and Waplnitia Seventh
Eighth and Ninth grades.
Lloyd Claymier is going arond witl
hdf of one tooth broken out es t
result of 'playing tsg football.
Marion Hownrd was ah. ent from
school Monday morning.
Jerry and Lloyd Claymeir, Iligb
school (students, Frs.njt Herkman,
principal, and Arnold Go r.ell, in
termediate teacher, went on a fish
ing trip to White River Sunday.
They had pretty good luck except
Lloyd, who said he left his fish In
the river to grow until next spring.
It hos not yet been decided wheth-
The Federal Food and Drugs act
requires truthful labeling of foods
i and drugs. It has no control over
advertising. The wise buyer will
, compare label statmcnta with the ad
vertising in deciding the probable
dependability of claims for a preparation.
I When buying foods it pays to
, compare the netweight statements on
the packages of similar foods of the
same ulity. The Federal Food
and Drugs act insists that the state
ments of weights be accurate The
buyer will get the most for his
One of the best forms of Insur
ance yet found against wholesale
thefts, of poultry is the use of the
tatoo branding method introduced
In Oregon this year through the
county agent's office. In one coun
ty 61 growers registered brands and
protected their flocks in this way.
The brand is in the membrane of
the wing and cannot be eliminated
without actually cutting away the
afternoon, to give the i'Ywhmen , wns
Mr. and Mrs, William Sturgls and
family motored to Maupin lost Sun
Jay evening and took In the show
'King of Kings."
Several from Wupinitim attended
the smoker and dance at Maupin last
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crabtree mad
a trip to Terrrbone Monday after
truck load of pot a toon.
At the Grange meeting last Friday
evening only a few were present.
An attempt Is bHng made to organ
ize a Grange on th Flat. Two pe-
jtitions were left to he ligned and
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Moved Bucks ,
The two Billy Huntf, Senior and
Junior, moved eleven bucks from
the Criterion ranch to the ranch of
the former on Tygh Valley. The
bucks were part of the old flock,
M,r. Hunt retaining the ones recent
ly purchased at Tendlcton for use
at the home ranch.
practice for the roniing mutch with
Frank Hachler was absent from
ichool Friday afternoon.
The Senior class hal a debate on
riday in English, Hazel Lnughlin
md Melvin Walters upheld the af
firmative side of tho question whilo
vfarion Howard, F.rnic Endcrsby
and Marion O'Brien disruw ed tlm
negative side. The negative side
Last Friday morning we adjourned
'.o Mr. Gosnell's room where singing
was held. We put some of the school
iong.;, composed by tho Twelfth
;rade, to music. They fit real well
Lo the music chosen, and before long
we all will he singing new snappy
sones. Helen Endcrsby and Ruth
Wallers were song leaders.
MISS CASE'S DEMONSTRATION
Initructi Id Making Many Kindi of
Tempting Salads '
Miss Lucy A. Case, nutrition
specialist of the Extension Service of
Oregon Stato college, gave a pro
tracted demonstration of the how of
making salads at Odd Fellows hall
Miss Case is an adept in the ralad
branch of the culinary art. She
concocted 30 different kinds which
were used as Bamples as well as 10
used for show purposes. Her demon
stration was attended by quite a
number of Maupin ladies, each de
sirous of learning how to make
Kinnoth SnodgrasK, who has been
working on the Clear Lake dam th
Inst month, spent the past week with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H.
Sunday evening friends gathered
in a charivari for Charels Davis and
Chnr!e Lewi ftnd family were
Sunday victors at the S. E. Endcrs
Frank Linn and wife attended the
smoker and dance at Maupin Sat
THE HIGH SCHOOL MINSTRELS
Oiled l"MUacholy" but Will B
Anything Then Tht
The "Melancholy" Mlnntrcls ro
called In the bills announcing the
High school show scheduled for the
evening of Tuesday, November 26,
will provo to be anything but mel-
an twill TUm aVtMu tirll K a am m 9
Miivnisjt a in; nnu r tii vim ist
the liveliest and most laugh pro
voking ever seen in Maupin, as each
member of tho cast has a part that
Is full of humor and is prepared to
show that attribute on the stage.
The bills term the minstrels as
"Mysterious, Merry, Morbid, Mel
ancholy," but qualify the above by
adding "Color, Claw, Crazy, and
Grcsham Construction of new
business structure at corner of Powell
and Main avenue completed.
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