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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View This Issue
Warily, June I03-
THE MAUP1N TIMES
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Oregon has approximately 3,
600,000 acres of wet land which
tin be reclaimed.
T- aaMlnna whara umin? shearing
li practiced, July and August we
osaidexid the beat months for dip
tkf sheep for ticks, says the Ore
fo Xxptrimcnt ttation. If the
Ittabt become heavily infested short
iy after bearing it is well to dip
thttn u soon aa the shear cuts heal
vwt.,. 1Q2Q rvreffon county
tenta were) instrumental in the or.
fu&Ktioa of 11 drainage districts
designed to give improved dranage
4 4,890 acres of land.
"l. I.wna Pnnslstinff of ft thick
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Hand of trass properly kept, weeds
jrniv in fcttinir establish
pun imavwv -
4, and if they do, It is only small
natter to check them, u none
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' ;i s.f i1nvar. once considered i
at n many farms and alongside
v. MiHvtn. is now playing an im
.- H.T-t in eastern Oregon's
pasture fanprovement program, says
the ! Oregon nacpenmenv bi.".
rr.. tr it susceptibility to the
it is rot recommen-
' cd under western Oregon conditions.
.fa Ins of 10 to IS pef
cent during the first laying year with
miscellaneous tioub!e8 that are ac
cepted s customary, believes the
Oregon Experiment station.
FACE, LINE AND PARAGRAPH
of innflot 151L. containing
VII kCIUVH ..---
drawing and bills of material for a
rabbit house, two types of hutches,
a portable nest set. and a colony
Afftriv hrkk masons say that all
flues leak, but agricultural engin-
cerB 01 the U. D. ieFarviuvnv
Agriculture assert that a flue can
bo made tight and that it should be
subjected to smoke test before a
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heater is connected to it.
paper, straw, or wood fixe at the
base of the flue and when the smoke
makes a dense column, tighly block
the outlet t.t tho top Dy laying a
n,. Wankat over it The blanket
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must be kept wet as long aa is w
in place. Flues tested in this way
often revta. serious ieaKs into a
( fln-s. directly through the
walls, or between the linings of the
A few grains of pop corn 0 t0P
. nl.u nf rnrn 80UD elves an
attractive appearance. A spoonful
of whipped cream is a good garnish
for clear and cream soups, and adis
to the food value.
rwtm fnr small boys' suits orlg
inated by the home economics
specialists of the U. S. Department
nf Airripulture combine self-help
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h.fnMt with smart atyle. A free
leaflet pictures and describes these
suits and suggests xaoncs mr u
mer and winter wear.
Prepare spring onions this way:
Trim off the green tops ana coo
the onions in lightly salted water in
.,...,,j vassal until tender.
This will take about 20 minutes for
fresh young onions, uram, aa
.ait if necessary, and pepper.
arrange on toast We asparagus, aid
melted butter, and serve ou.
m-AofmAnf witii Knmx or hellebore
n.m rUstrnn many of the stable fly
and house fly larvae that breeds in
manure. Use the powdered lorra vi
hnmx at the rate or one pound to
oov, i MiMe feet of manure, and
scattering it over the pile and then
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sprinkling it witn water.
costs more than borax, it n is ueu,
soak one-half pound of the material
in 10 gallons of water for. 2 4 hours
and use this quantity to treat about
eight bushels of manure. Neither
borax nor hellebore will injure the
fertilizing value of manure if ap
plied in these quantities and if not
more than l tons 0i me
manure is applied per ace.
CAS THE UNIVERSAL
Prefer Cm ta
Coal or Wood
w .lutnM not be fed within
U hours before slaughter, though
they may have access to fresh water.
' Banga where growing poultry has
Wen kept continuously is likely to
e in poor condition in late sum
vard is bare,
Die chickens should be changed to
fjesh Und, or the soil should be
j-j mltivated. Equipment
fBeh aa feed hoppers and drinking
Vessels should be moved u me
4 tvm Iirji become bare. Land
u v- .... raisine the pullets
efcould not be fertUized with poultry
anure, as this may spread worms
or diseases to the growing stock.
, tv tme of house best suited for
Lvvit. rfonends nrincipally on the
.i.t. fcnt the essential features
ttt any rabbit house, wherever locat-
.i i; Vf and fresh air. A
aioderate-eized house in preferable
. iroe one. as rabbits kept
In small units are less likely to con
. tract disease. The United States
Department of Agriculture will send
Paint or varnish spatters on glass
may be dissolved wun ,uvKU""
or alcohol or may be rubbed on wun
a dull knife.
Has vour dustpan a firm straight
which fits the floor so that
0,.f f th dust is not brushed un
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derneath? A long-handled ausipau
saves much stooping.
Tin wrier should
ouuuS ovi r
not be used on dishes decorated with
hacsiiKA thpRp cleaninir mater-
contain substances which
are injurious to gilt.
They are delicious when peeled, cut
in halves or quarters and steamed;
or cut in lengthwise sections, stuff
a nuh vecotahle mixture, and
Vary the tartness of your French
dressing occasionally by using in
.1... -t niain vinpirar lemon or
uav.c v. o .
Kn.fmit. iniee. or tarragon vine
gar, or spiced vinegar from pickles,
Gas has become the
of 1930 nearly
Srt ner cent of U families in the
TT:tj Rfe used eas for cook
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Tl, .(ntiatics disclose that
while 7,700,000 families use coal or
.j 7K nnn electricity and 6,-
Ron.000 oil. a total of 13,700,000
During 1929 the American public
purchased 1,130,000 new gas r..6",
900,000 oil ranges, 158,000 electric
and nnn.uuu coai or nv
T addition, iras has come into
t the last vew years as
Kraut laiui ." - - .
i ml .J. nf
. house-heatine tuei. in"""ua "
modern American homes are insiau
i antral heatine systems be
cause of their cleanliness, efficiency
OREGON NEWS NOTES
n.4 rnnatrnction of Texaco
BWUIIW u .
Oil station being rushed to comple
va p;VSr Plans completed tor
construction of service station ano
storage on corner of First and Oak
Streets for Texas company.
Klamath fans rnvmo
line installed between Western Un
ion company and Shaw-Bertram
mill, a distance of about three and
Klamath Falls D. Frarer started
construction on modern building on
South Sixth street for occupancy by
Briggs grocery and market.
J. R. Docherty Furniture Co.
Big Store is Being
Watch for announcement of reopening and
list and prices of new lines of
that will be displayed in our enlarged and
greatly improved quarters, lines that have
been selected for all kinds of homes, that
will be sold at prices within reach of all.
Please remember your credit is good at
this store; also that we deliver goods free.
Malin Stock Growers Loan as
sociation installed complete filing
R. Docherty Furn. Co.
Use Your Credit.
We Deliver Without Cost,
viomath rail Construction of
new A. R. Agger apartment houses
on Eighth and Walnut avenue pro
Hood River Andy Rand opened
restaurant at 111 Third street
The Idle Stomach-Our Most Serious Unemployment Problem
By E. V. rvicuoiium, ra..,
Vufrlflon" "Food. Nutrition
Author of 'The Xever XTrylJtrl Thoo of Hygiene ani
ana Health etcProfe,,or o MM. BMajll
cit.i i i n vov
-?it&hc Health, John Eopkini
l)AHitlaTAn rrAnnxftk will DC ft
ceived July 17th for construction of
frame residence at eastern urcgon
-.a 1 m. lal
State hospital, one ana one-nan
miles west of here.
Cove Contract awarded to J. K.
Dundall for construction of new
gymnasium and recreation hall.
Salem New $600,000 State of
fice extension building formally dedicated.
iT.inM6nn. Lvrie theater open
ed to public with ound equipment.
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Eugene Bias win oe upm-u
v. tin eeUble food
-,r,T a TiAv nn a diet consisting largely ot forinj,,r'' y,man betnus draw
concentrated and highly refined foods, many persons too thelt nutrlmnt from
overlook the absolute need for a certain quantity and animal hi. J
ol indieestibles"-food that keeps the digestive tract healtn- man ean. - coaBiderable
OI inaigebuuica uii, en necessarv to ume..." dieeHtive
n11v at work ana proviucs uc tAwo quanmy, uc. w-ithr
- J i, i trart Is Of smaU Cpa;iJ.
law o Nature that the digestive tract of he sate.y of v c
any creature Ts adapted to suit the kind of diet to which the e. d
a hSU'cusned. And in order to obum a clear jo-gj- f
urc of-the importance of roughage in ae T - - -
i. k- fnr n to review orieuy uic u"-v. vr .. i4..r.
n nugu - ;r mw t. animal kingdom.
tures inciuaing man
i-irst there is the species known
?Jnfood of vegetable origin.
SSse have stomachs ct eorm
iiMcity. and intestines which are
SrgV enough to contain the great
Sues of indigestible matter
SEch result from a diet of coarse
ySfstomach and intestines o
heTWvorouB T r.--. -al ln
Wgmy rL;;t damage
as they pass "
. Flesh-Eating Animals
of animal spe-
e. we find tb camera, who re
rtricUhelr tood solely to the flesh
otner t -ot
find that the aigeBu -
much smai er a--. -
raanlt. no auuuw v -c -
5S to food of exclusively anima
SS" Meat, gnduiar organs
r'?'"'. r a h ehlv con-
u . .... rna th and the
,nten"CeL f: consumed
ta burned for the performance of
" . .u. ,.rt,n-tion of heat.
W.l 7he"dTg"estive tract in
thSe fleshating animals fane
r .,...u without much
work, u musi m i'--
tte mivora, under natural con
Suions, Uke a great deal of
ise and that the residue from
Sei, food is Quite smooth In ( tex-
.Even so. many o t these
nimals as tne qob, w -
Seat much bone substance,
SSchte changed by the strong
Jcldlty of the stomach to form
asjaKOEWTii (n-ini fiitwi
E. V. McColium
mechanical functioning of the In-
tion possible at a rate which Is
consistent wun neanu. -
Coming now to man iu
type of species in the animal
, fmi that he is
...tfor without iniurr
What Cooking Does
One way in which man has at-
. . j anto&. to eat
temptea. "T: 1(,ftfT
safely the coarser iv --- ----
is through softening
:;1 .i.i.iiii the celluloae
ana uiiuiw" -
oi inose iuvuo - -
The cooking process not only ae-
composes KiiusviM.... -
classed as cellulose, but makes
v. .-.inrtar of the food more
.., , j h,.a avrta the ar
aigesuois suu ------ w1,n
ter distress oi
'"a .v.. .potior and fugitive
some oi luo nui..- -- -
tribe, of American Indian. re
eame was scarce and food plants
not abundant, they were com:
penea uj Uii,iu.- --
grass seed, acorns and other vege-
table IOOC1S wui-- ---
than humans are accustomed to
eat They suffered greatly from
. ,, .-rf rinnhtlaag iniured
..)- Hippativa tracU by taking
VUl.lI - o - a
and Irritating. They had not lew
than a score of "grandmother
tnr indleeation to at-
rcliicuica . " U
bnnwipil-e tells US
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.. ii.niKla h nara are flan
gerous it eaten freely: yet it is
-i . 4K.1 n intestines
equally cieat .
do not function propeny uu.
there is a certain amount of in
.. .... i iiiatnd them
ttlgeSllUlB Uln.o. ----
to the right degree, and to form
i.lv. ! fnvnrahle for
a mass wuit- ,
.. .-tP9rtlnna of the
intestine to more -
Between the extremes of having
In the intestine too much and too
An tha one hand.
coarse ce""1" - '., r . ,,
and too little indigestible bulky
.v.. Ath the hao-
mauer u io -
n medium which is favorable
K' . a -..ltk TV. era
both to comion nu utm.
" a . -.lllllAfl- In
. wham vinni in Miiiuiu-c i-
forms the framework and fiber
of planta, tho walls of vegetable
cells and the comings ot seeds.
In most of its lorms, ceumuto
insoluble In boiling water; and
It is not acted upon oy any oi m
lira 4illp0n. thouch certain
kinds of bacteria are capable ot
(ermenting ano qirksiiub
lulose oi ceriain pmuw.
Bran is probably tha form of
--H..I haa haon most
ceuuiuit" -uiv -
discussed in connection with the
improvement 01 inieauuai m
giene through facilitating elim
ination. There is good reason for
believing, however, mat wucu
bran is eaten exclusively for pro-
mottng iniesunai uygicuc,
erauy is eaten wo neci. i
erly softennd through coo-ing.
and taken in amounts no greir
than tre afforded by eating tho
t 1. . . lnA
whole cereal as a oreaiai.
It Is unaouDieaiy u owci-
source of cellulose.
What has neen saia 01 wuei.
bran and its benefits is even more
particularly true 01 ine ceuuiun
of the rice kernel. Rice is the
principal cereal grain ln the
dietary 01 more wu u-n i"
man race. Those who have been
brought up on a diet conBiauu
containing rice like it better than
ray other cereal. We have, in
America, long wen accumomeu i
eating smau amouuio v
casionally, but we generally
oatpn it as freely as
we have either wheat or corn.
Cellulose of Rice 8oftest
m.. ..oll.ilnaa nf th( Corn kCT-
t 1- .-larailv TnnT difnCUlt
UC1 IB vvudiuviw"j -
to digest and more irritating than
the cellulose 01 euner u
rice. Of the three, the cellulose
of rice is the softest ana smooth
est; and for regulating the ellm-
1 1 1 t 1 4 11 1 1 at
(nation 01 cniiareu, vs w
with delicate aigcsuTe Bjavmo, .j
la almnat Irlpal AS a SOUrCO Of
A few faddists aonmtess eai
too much ot cellulose-rich foods,
particularly green "ea
tables. 'While we never should
becom extremists apom d7
feature ot the diet, it is a iac
that the modern food regimen
often is lacking in sumcteni cm
lulose, and this matter of an idle
stomach and digestive tract is one
Of the most serious unemyivj
. . . , Vi a tin.
problems mat cuuwuu-
man race ioaay. -
Free to Public
Tha oel pU la iWU.1 ifmJmm
r. oradual can ba.WJ f ty f$
ObTlntioa I ib Amrnk MrU I".
UrttaTor Biuia-a a3ih
They'll Enjoy Beans
For A Quick Meal
u irtcs-PHWE fi. CBSOJV
Director, Home Economics DepU
H. J, flew wmpanj
IfflM ft dish of
Hyu u.v .
beans has saved the day in n
emergency I This ever popular
Jood comes to the front when suppr
muit be hurried "w that we an get
lUrted," or when Jimmy
sick all day and required ail of
mother's time, or in any of the other
tneviuble household emergencies
which require quick meal prepara
tions. Oven baked beans are an excellent
. - J .k. tandnnmt Of nUtfl-
ment, as well as of taste. They
' v.!u i tUm Hat of fnodi
ranic very nigu u
which furnish iron to the body, and
also are a vaiuaoie amute ui
urn. ohosohorus and other minerals
Oven baked beans may be quick y
Jt.A tn (nrm mallV Other dcli-
UIVlvu w ------ . ;
j:.v... . (V. fnllnwinff reel
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ttt suggest a few of the many un-
r if.. u.- .n imiwr trpatl in
to which a can of baked beam may
k framf nrmcd:
! Bean Rarebit To 2 cups scalded
1 ... ... I ' M k-1.rl
mils, add 1 menium can mm "
beans whicn nave oeen masncu wb.
'can cheese, and stir constantly over
.1 . ..til rtipta U melted.
... a flniii rilrnrlPa
with cup cold water, to slightly
thickea Cook for severai minutes,
with salt and pepper and
WA.iimh w sauce. Serve on
slices of buttered toast. This is an
unusual and delightful supper or
Serve with cold eUw, head lettuce
or other green isJad. (
Baked Beans with Bacon -fr
an of oven baked beans Into a but
tered baking dish and cover gener
ously with strips of bacon. Bake un
covered m mooenw o m
con is delicately brown. Before
sending to the table, garnish with
sprigs 01 parwey. . ,
V.1..4 tuana arl 7 tahtp.
CUB UaaciJ " a .iiu
ipooTis wmaiv acn-uuvr, a
salt J cup cream or milk, and 2
. . II.. C.1J 1
oeaten cn yoma. -uiu
beaten ere whites, and bake in
buttered dish for about 20 minutes.
This makes a delightful fluffy dish.
Baked Bran CutUli Mash fine I
CIJ ..-... kAA 1 run
CUPS oven uanxu - '
bread crumbs; 2 eggs slightly beat-
en ; 2 taoiespoons mmieu uuiwi "
salt, pepper. Worce5ieraan --
and onion juice to season. Snapj
... . w. v.. mm anil
into cuuets. uvo in truim, bb
crumbs again. Brown In a skil let
with 3 tablespoons tat Serve with
tcmato sauce. (Cream oi xoinaw
soup, heated and thickened with a
small amount ot noar, maw an -
cellent, quicic tomas? sau.
Baked Bean DeltgU
1 can oven oajcea ncw
Z small onions
2 small green peppers
1 coo trated eneese
Mix beans, chopped onions aad
green peppers. Place to a buttered
baking dish and top with grated
cheese. Bake In I slow even for
30 minutes. . . J
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