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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View This Issue
ME MAUPiK fl'MBS
TJiunday, February 13. lM.
1 In order for ilriHH aeavworles to
udil tint touches necessary to com
A Dollar Dinner for Four
plete tlu beauty of I ho continue,
they should hurmonlre with thu
garent worn not only In color but
uIho In tholr type nnd texture.
The nhort petron with a short
neck in wise if alio wears a ecarf
that adds length, leaving the nqnaiv
or triangular scarf for her tailor,
more Kwnn-neekod ulsters.
At the John McCorkle ranch, 6 miles north
west of Maupin, (leave highway at mile post
number 39) on
I will sell the below mentioned livestock, im
plements, and other articles at public sale,
beginning at 10 o'clock a, m.:
When proper places are provided
for personal equipment, It is much
easier to teach children tho Import
ant leraon of putting away artk'Ioa
as soon aa they are through with
Oregon's export market for dairy
products i.j becoming more diM
criminating aa to quality:
3 Work Mules, weight 1300 lbs. 1 Tratcor Tanidem Disc Harrow.
3 Work Horses, weight 1300 to i 3-inch Wagon.
1 Two-Ycar-OM Filly. 1 Wnch Wag0n-
IMS International Tractor and 4 sets Field Harness.
Plow. 1 set Heavy Britching Harness.
4-Section Oliver Harrow. Blacksmith Tools. Small Tools.
3 16-inch Oliver Chilled Plows. 15 tons Wheat Hay.
1 16-hole Kentucky Grain Drill. Oil Carrels and Gas Pump.
Fifty-six pound of burned lime
s equivalent to 74 pounds of hy.
drated lime, of 100 pounds of ground
limestone, according to tho Oregon
mm . U A :
Corned Beef and Potato Puff.
Bread and Butler .fW
Cherry Marsh malltrv JtUy..
Fowls which develop leg weakness
and do not show a marked Improve
ment within a few dav, are best dls-1
pnsed of, says the Oregon Experi
Oats is tho universally preferred
grain tor work horcs.
Cutting or grinding of hay for
horses I not usually rccommcned, as
it Is usunlly dii'sty and has a bad cf
feet on their breathing.
I Removing all twigs and small
; growth on the under side of the
limbs of prune trees and thinning
'out the small twigs in the top of
, the tree will make the remaining
bud, stronger and will also allow
more light to get in all over the
. tree, says the Oregon
CuHee nil a Creon ,00
Dors your foH alV'-.mce ev:r
try to play Imic-ard rek vth you,
nd thrrMcn to dis.ii f .ir lor days?
II So, ju.it pi'.k uji tint article and
haul Mr. Allirv.-nue ni;t (il hidiivj
by the jiruif ol bi rr. ' ,;ud show
him this menu ! r ricf ior four
People for a dollar. It v. ill ruakr
him come to heel without loss o(
And il" you want to know to
prepare the di' vn
Come,! lift' ami Pnttln Puff
Pr.il and mull ore an. I nor halt
p.tl,ldf. of pota'oc. "i! two !.l'l-
spoons of liuttt r, 01 e 'utirlli cup ot
milk, suit and pepper ind beat until
liti'it and dully. Shred the meat
(torn half a 12-fliince can of corned
I "-M', add to potatoes, and best if sin.
IMc lightly in 1 shallow, buttered
taking di-ih. Sprinkle one-eighth
pound of grated cheese over the lop,
and brown in a very hot oven.
Chrn-v Marihmollow Jelly: Soak
one tablespoon of gelatin la two
tablespoons of cold water, then duw
wive in the boiling juice front a
miml.rr 2 can of rM pitted cherries.
Add sis tablespoons sugar and three
tablespoons orsnse Juice. Pour ft
liitle of this mixture in the bottom
of a wet mold, srrsnire four marsh
nu!low cm in ptwi on It, snd set
K - y to hrdn. Add cherries t
ftinin.lrr of liquid, and when the
fir it l.iy-r N hard, pour this on top.
Put f..i;r more diced manhmillowi
ft t. It harden In refrigerator,
rut in nrpiarei and serve. Half this
rciipe will servs four people,
so that one enn tell which cuts have
been treated. This mixture is
poison, and corrodes mrtnl.
MAUPIN HI TIMES
TERMS OF SALE: All sums under $10.00, cash; sums
over $10.00 bankable note bearing 8 will be accepted.
FREE LUNCH AT NOON BRING CUPS
Maupin State Bank, Clerk. R. A. Crabtree, Owner
1 Neighborhood School Notes I
iuiuatnui!iutJiifiiiJHH4HHUiiiin:iiiiiiiii NiiijiiiiMniiniiiiui Ei:;iii!NHniiiiiiiHiutii)iiui:iiiiiifi:u!iiitiutttttiiiii miuiui it has been learned from a letter
3 received by Mrs. May McCoy sent hull sifted out.)
I by her father, Hank Harpham, now( "0 pounds dried skim milk
1 he Oregon Experiment atation I
recommends the following formula
for a balanced mash for baby tur
keys: 70 pounds of ground corn, yellow
40 pounds of ground wheat.
30 pounds mill run, without
20 pounds ground oat groats
(continued from first page)
Experiment .pupils in their study of Holland.
I The Flint graders have completed
1 The pupils are looking forward
to Valentines Day. The valentine
box la well filled.
Several of the Second graders
have made recent appointments with
Doctor Short. Jack Bolhwell made
his own appointment with the den
tist and aecma well tatisfied with
The First and Second grader
I have a very attractive Dutch bluck-
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The boys are hunting up their
baseball materials and bringing
them to school. Baseballs are being
hunted up from last season and a
real baseball training camp may now
be Men at Wapinitia.
The following pupils were absent
from school Monday morning:
Ernie and Avis Endcrsby, Ruth
Walters, Eva Linn and Wilbur Mat
hews, With the basketball season about
over. Wapinitia has not been able
to schedule any more games.
The team U planning to play at
the tournament if there is one. We
have not received any word con
cerning the tournament as yet.
Albert Hachler brought the Hach
ler children to school in his car on
Monday. That was the first time he
has been able to make the trip in
hi car for some time.
The janitors still have a hard
job, as the school ground is still
covered with a layer of mud.
The Bookkeeping class is making
the Trial Balance for the month of,
April in the Keeland Practice set. I
trranioA a natant An M.ml .!
T, k4 ll.. 4 .I.. 4 u " " " "",c'
V ;L V . , PJ" fc tising device for
are. rur me rresnmen ciass, 6eima
Tcschner and Gerald Claymier, each
88 per cent; for the Sophomore
class, Wilbur Mathews, 100 per
cent; and for the Senior class, Avis
Endcrsby, 100 per cent.
You get out of bed about half past
five, put on your clothe.; and hit
for the barn. When you arrive,
after walking through four feet of
mud, you wipe an old cow off with
a sack and start milking.
By the time you have milked
about one hundred and fifty or two
hundred streams your hands begin
to get tired, first a finger, then
your wrist, then your whole hand.
AVhile that is happening the old cow
wipes her tail across your face and
keeps your mind off your hand.-.
After she has wiped her tail two
or three times you get tired of it
Some time ago Mr. Harpham receiv
CpTonml hull. lose ,.ntu u!nk( k. ....J
here, or heavy oats ground with the ' b0acr' , , . .
I minoi uuunn ui nuirn stones
were received from tho Wasco conn-
Ity library. A Dutch vill-igc is being
I made on the Band table to hflp the
3 pounds ay ter shell flour. th. El on Primer and are now
1 pound table salt,
6 puonds bone meal
studying the Beacon Primer.
Mrs. Confer contributed several
slips of Wandering Jew to the
i i i 1 1
fVorl Th mk i f.,1 J .Jjt.. 4- ' "wer coueruon. ve wi II to ttiailU
. . .... io lU III AUUnlUU i
lb. omt,, r,in inT Ior ner inougmiuines.
It is best to add 2 per cent alfalfa
ed a patent on a folding bed. Hank leaves and blo.aoms to the mash If
is to be congratulated on hi' the turks are getting no other green
kiv.mnf. ! (a ti,- ..u i . . , ,., . t flower collection
Ernie Endersby is tho last of our
people to be taken down with flu.
Cleo Holloman, daughters of Mr.
and Mrs. Mac Holloman, has returned
to school, having been ah ent since
the cold weather set in. She is
staying with Mrs. E. A. Hartman.
Mxs. Susie Woodsidc has be.n
ill with f'u the past few days.
plrt.'d hiary .t.rie of "American
riegliiningsc in Europe."
A!lene liked to learn of the way
the early Creeks lived.
Franklin, Earttle and Nina were
interested in knownlng the wayi of
life in the early stone age.
Kathleen enjoyed the ' days of
Earnest liked to hear how Drake
took revenge on Spain.
The Crusaders appealed to Alice.
Emery Crofoot has been monitor
to clo.ie the hall doora after each
intrrmi'sion during the cold weath
er. Ilia duties are now lightened. ,
Lena in absent with near pneu
monia, All enjoy keeping step . to the
new march which Nina Chastain
plays for us.
Rex Duus vl tted school Friday
and was a model In quiet behavior.
The Fifth grade are reviewing
spelling with part of the Sixth grade,
working with them for practice.
Ernie has made great Improve
mont In his spelling, which proves
that improvement is powible to all
are upon the
L...1,..! I ( n.t
Duueun ooaru't. j no
Filbert blight is e.uily spread dur-'nunils found it nBTe,bto t nn.n.
ing pruning operations, especially j these valcntiner. They are planning
in winter or early spring, unless 'a party Friday,
precautions are taken to disinfect the ' Inspectors for this week arc Ileul
tools used and cuts made. A dls-, ah Richmond and Mac Greene.
.A l 0 r f n. i
..uuoa maoe oi ouu parts tiy uien Chastain has charge of
weight of water, 1 part by weight of wraps.
eorroive sublime, and 1 part by j Naomi Schilling wis absent
weight of mercuric cyanide is recom-' Monday.
Starch clothes wrong
Leave them wrong side
they are sprinkled.
mended by the experiment station.
A little dye may be added to this
Left over ettg yolks have many
uf-es. They are a valuable source of
iTon and so should always be utilized.
They may be hard-cooked in the
double boiler, mashed, and season
ed for sandwich filling. Raw or
Fifth and Sixth
The Sixth grade has almost com-
Seventh and Eifth
The Seventh grade ha Just
i h d learning the peorn '"It"
In gramnter the Eighth grade has
finished studying about transitive
and intransitive verba.
The Seventh and Eighth gradet
have completed the valentine box
and it Is now almost half full of val
entines. Thew will be distributed
nt the High ichool party Friday
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hard-cooked egg yolks make a good
and kick her, for which she retali-1 foundation for salad dre. sing. Sev
atcs by kicking over the pail, and . eral good egg sauces for fish or
as a result your milk,
worry is lost.
Eva Linn ..nent the week end at
her home at Pine Grove.
Lenora Hammer spent Sunday at
the home of Jim Hartman.
Mrs. Evick, who has been ill the
last week, is better.
Frank McCoy has been ill the
Bill Foreman made a trip to The
Dalles last week.
; Fank Heckman, High school prin
cipal, spent the week end in The
Hazel Laughlin spent the week
end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Joe A. Graham made a trip to
Bear Springs last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis McCoy and
Arfiold Gosnell went to Maupin on
Miss Mary O'Brien spent the,
week end with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. O'Brien.
Frank Hachler vi ited with his
parents over the week end.
The Spickerman truck got in late
laat Friday. The driver, not knowing
the eoft places in the road, caused
bjr the thaw, succeeded in getting
stuck, Chains were put on and the
Members of the John Boen fam
ily have been having the flu during
the past week but are better at thia
Principal Heckman of the Wap
initia schools, went to The Dalles
last Friday, returning Sunday. He
went down with the Spickerman
J. E. Hartman and family started
for Wapinitia last Sunday, intending
to visit with his parents. They found
the side road too muddy, therefore
postponed their vi.it until later.
Lewis Delco i:- doing farm work
on the Lloyd Woodside ranch.
Myrtle and Sylvia Holloman, who
have been here for the past few weeks
visiting with their parents, have re
turned to Portland ,to work in a
The school board held a meeting
on Monday evening.
Frank McCoy was brought in
from the Abbott sheep camp last
week and has been confined to his
bed with flu tince coming in.
Harvey Wall, who has been very
ill for somo time, has so far recover
ed as to be able to come to town
meat can be made with the yolks
only, and solft custard for desert is
still another use. Pastry trimmings ,
cut out like cookies and brushed
with egg yolk, sprinkled with sugar ,
and cinnamom or sugar and grated !
organgc rind, and baker, make dc
licious tea cakes.
Colored baig tape binding
brighten up kitchen curtains.
The "pinch" type of clothespin is
useful to hold back bedroom curtains
when windows are open at night.
They may be painted with odds and
ends of paint left over from other
The. mother who is " up in the
clouds" one day and lets Tommy do
anything he pleases, and the next
day scold him for doing the same
things, because she is "down in the
dumps" i not hleping his nervous
The city house which permits ic
ing of the refrigerator from the
outside and delivery of groceries
through an opening in the wall or
onto a table near the delivery en
trance will save the hourewife much
work in cleaning.
Tires and Tubes Reduced
30x3y2 Royal, regular $ 6.75 $ 5.40
30x3Vfc Royal, extra size 7.25 5.80
31x4 Koyal Cord 12.00 9.60
29x4.40 Royal Balloons 8.25 6.60
29x4.50 Royal Balloons 8.85 7.10
29x500 Royal Balloons 11.00 8.80
30x500 Royal Balloons 11.35 9.00
30x525 Royal Balloons 13.25 10.60
30x550 Royal Balloons 14.35 11.50
31x525 Royal Balloons 13.65 10.90
30x600 Royal Balloons 15.10 12.10
30x3ij U. S. Peerless cord, extra $ 5.00 $ 4.00
29x4.40 U. S. Peerless 6.30 5.05
30x4.50 U. S. Peerless 7.00 5.60
28x5.25 U. S. Peerless 9.90 7.95
31x5.25 U. S. Peerless 10.95 8.75
U. S. Peerless
30x3& Red Royal $1.50 $1.20
30x312 U. S. Peerless 1.20 1.00
31x4 Koyal 2.20
32x4 Royal 2.30
32x4i2 Royal 2.70
29x4.40 Royal 1 90
29x4.50 Royal 1.95
29x5.00 Royal 2 05
30x4.50 Royal 2.00
30x5.25 Koyal 2.70
30x5.50 Royal 2.95
30x6.00 Royal 2.95
31x5.25 Royal 2.80
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