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THE MAttiMN TIMES
Thursday, July Zi. Iv3$.
The Maupin Times
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER
C. W. SEMMES, Editor
C. W. Semmes and E. R. Semmei
Published every Thursday at
Subscription: One year, S1.IQ; six
month, 11.00; three month, 6 let.
Entered as second class jpaill mat
ter September 8, 1014, at the pott
offloe at Maupin, Oregon, under the
act of March 8, 1876.
(The Republician State Central
committee, in meeting at Portland
last Saturday nominated Phil Met
schan as the party's candidate for
Governor. That choice will satisfy
a majority of the Republicans of
this state, as Mr. Metschan has long
been identified with the party of Ore
gon, having been chairman of the
state central committee the past
One thing is certain and that is
that Metschan does not -and will not
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OREGON NEWS NOTES
North Bend Mountain States
Power company will build 600-foot
dock here in connection with power
Powell Butte Contract awarded
for erection of Powell Butle grade
Bids will be opened for construct
ing and improving Canon Ci,y
Burns grading project, in Malheur
FreeWater-JJTexas company plans
construction of service station at
cost of $6,500.
Klamath Fal's Klamath Tractor
atd Implement c.mpan opened for
business at 1317 Sonth Sixth street.
John Day Mr. and Mrs. Jack
the Needs of MiMionnQ
Tit Uprif4 tutomoblU ha$ brought greater opportunity
mni mddod fours of rtcroatloit to million of men end woman.
""SUDscriDe to we aocxnne or ine iie
George Joseph, who secured the
party nomination through promises !
that could not be carried out.
Julius Meier has been mentioned
as a possible independent candidate
to oppose Mr. Metschan. If that
gentlemen accepts a nomination at
the hands of a few disgruntled poli
ticians it will mean political death
for him, such as visited Bob Stan
field when he violated his promise to
adhere to party usages and became
a candidate on an opposition ticket
In the event of two candidates run
ning on the republician ticket the
democratic candidate, Bailey, will
stand a better chance and we would
not be surprised at his election over
the other two republicians.
'Tire Water Promised" was a
headline in Wednesday's Oregonian.
Booze fighters should not think that
stood for the firewater of the In
dians as it headed an article telling
that sufficient water would be
guaranteed the Gresham fair board
to combat any fires that might be
started during the coming Multno
BECAUSE the automobile Is such an Im
portant factor In tbe Uvea and pros
perity of to many people, the purpose of
the Ford Motor Company is something
more than the mere manufacture of a
There is no service In simply setting
up a machine or a plant and letting It
turn out goods. The service extends Into
every detail of the business design,
production, the wages paid and the sell
tag price. All are a part of the plan.
The Ford Motor Company looks upon
Itself as charged with making an auto
mobile that will meet the needs of
millions of people and to provide it at a
low price. That is its mission. Thai Is
lit Aaty and Us oVUgwiw" w Villo.
The search for better ways of doing
things is never-ending. There is cease
less, untiring effort to find new methods
and new machines that will save steps and
time in manufacturing. The Ford plants
are, In reality, a great mechanical uni
versity, dedicated to the advancement of
industry. Many manufacturers come to
see and share the progress made.
The greatest progress comes by never
standing still. Today's methods, however
successful, can never be taken as wholly
right. Tbey represent simply the
best efforts of the moment To
morrow must bring an improve
ment in the methods of the day before.
Hard work usually finds the way.
Once it was thought Impossible to east
gray iron by tbe endless chain method.
All precedent was against it and every
previous experiment had failed. But fair
prices to the public demanded that waste
ful methods be eliminated. Finally the
way was found.
Abetter way of making axle shafts saved
thirty-six million dollars in four years.
A new method of cutting crankeases re
duced the cost by $500,000 a year. Tbe
perfection of a new machine saved a
similar amount on such a little thing as
one bolt. Then electric welding was de
veloped to make many bolts unnecessary
and to increase urrl strength.
Just a little while ago, an endleas chain
conveyor almost four miles long was In
stalled at the Rouge plant. This conveyor
has a daily capacity of 300,000 parts
weighing more than 2,000,000 pounds.
By substituting the tireless, unvarying
machine for tasks formerly done by hand,
It has made the day's work easier for
thousands of workers and saved time and
money in the manufacture of the car.
All of these things are done in the
Interest of the public so tbst the
benefits of reliable, economical
7 B transportation may be placed
within the means of every one.
FOIIB MOTOn COMPANY
Bergland formally ooened new cafe
in remodeled Dacheney building.
Klamath Falls Second midgut
g'.lf course completed at Altamont
camp ground, one m'le south of city
John Day Roy INyenport pur
chased sheet in-ilal n.1 plumbing de
iartment ol J jlm Day Hardware
Klamath Falls Natural Gas Cor
poration of Oregon to build gas
plant to serve this city with natural
Vale Rex theatre installed elec
tric cooling system.
Vale Signs to be erected on
highway entrances to town.
Old Oregon Trail, 14.5-mile widen
ing and regrading job. between Ka
mela and Hllgard, will be completed
by August 31st.
SHIP BY TRUCK
REGULAR FREIGHT LINE SERVICE
PORTLAND - THE DALLES - MAUPIN
THE DALLES TRUCK LINE Inc. SPlCKERMAN'S TRUCK LINE
PORTLAND--THE DALLES THE DALLES-MAUP1N
and Way Points mni Way Points
BONDED & INSURED CARRIERS
ijjjTERE Is the right way to start
iglths day wrong coffee, crul
C Men, and a contrary cross-word
puzzle. It isn't the fault of the
cross-word puzzle, however, for
any puzzle becomes cross when
one's brain isn't functioning prop
erly. And coffee and crullers are
hard to beat on occasion. But
one has to humor brains because
they are so necessary, and they
work best when the whole system
is working at top speed. The best
way to fuel the body engine is to
provide it with a breakfast that
Is adequate, balanced, "peppy"
and pleasing. It should begin
with fruit of course, and end,
if you are a modern, with a sweet,
Here Is a good tip on as early
mM m tiVAAlrfflat
Chilled Canned Lopanberriu
Creamed Ham and Eggt
Scotch reach Cake Eoef
Scotch Peach Cake are mads
as follows: Cream one-half cup
of shortening And one-half cup of
sugar, then add one well-beaten
egg. Make one-third cap of peach
pure by pressing canned peaches
both fruit and syrup through
a sieve. Add to the first mixture,
Then add one and one-halt cups
of pastry floor, one teaspoon of
baking powder and one-fourth tea
spoon of soda. Last, add one errs
of quick-cooking oatmeal. Chill.
Drop by small spoonfuls on a
greased baking sheet, leavtrg two
Inches between, as they will
spread. Bake in moderate oven
850 degrees about tea minutes.
Demand working capital and
Banking Credit available at need.
Every accommodation consistent
with sound banking practice is cx
LET US SERVE YOU
Maupin State Bank
HAY FEVER ATTACKS
BOfH YOUNG AND OLD
Hey FTr ,ad Aithnu are Couiini
Aceerdiag te Dr. Strieker,
Flowers may look and mirll Ju.it
as good to the hay fever vlcitims a
to the rest of us but sneezing, soro
eyes, running nose and asthma make
up the price they have to pay for
enjoying them. It is estimated that
about five percent of the population
of tha United States are suffering
frt: some form of hay fever or as
thma. Until relatively recent years there
Was little that could be done for the
relief and curs of these two ail
ments. The offending substance in
the majority of cases of seasonal hay
fever la th pollen from wind-borne
pollinated plants which include many
of the flowers, grasses, weeds and
trees. By no means are pollens the
entire causa of hay fever. Many pa
tients have symptons throughout the
entire year, not due to pollen at all,
but due to substance which arc in
haled, such as dandruff from various
animals. These arc, for example,
dandruff from cats, dogs, rabbits
and horses; from fowls, such at
chickens, ducks, geese j or from dusts
such as orris root, talcum powder,
face powder or from other dusts.
Many persons, especially children,
have asthma due to a sensitivity to
one or more foods, or to a combi
nation of fods, which we eat. In
heritance determines largely whether
or not an individual will develop hay
fever or asthma.
From the standpoint of prevention
it is Important to protect persons
from coming In contact wiih massive
doses of the substance to which they
frequently become sensitive. They
should be protected from contact
with the pollen of certain plants and
the dut of various animals such as
dogs, cats, horses and cattle, and
the dust from powders. Pets In the
house should not be allowed. Fsath
rr beds and feather pillows should
be refilled with cotton or kapok.
Hi-ppner Construction started 0n
new ga station by Standard Oil
HOME FOR SALE The R. H. De
Camp in Maupin. Two lots, some
fruit troes, fins laws. One of
the best properties m Maupin.
Will trade for chicken ranch. For
particulars address or call on R.
II. DcCamp. Maupin, Oregon.
DODCE FOR SALE Dodge ear
with platform bed, ia good run
ning order, $76.00. K, E. Stewart
at McFarlane mill, route A, Mau
HAY FOR SALE Loom, baled or
ground alfalfa hay for sals at the
Buckly ranch. SS-tf
Tho D alios, Orogoa. Ptoao 35-J
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crofoot
W. B. Sloan
Now in effect dally
Portland - m S0.48
Stevenson - $7.85
Ask for further particulars
E. W. GRIFFIN,
L. S. Davis, Trav. Psgr. Aft
O. T. RY.
WE RN MARK
Shoes and Repairing
Wa$co County $ Exclusive
thoes for tba
The Dalles, Ore.
Wm. A. SHORT
MAUPIN . . ORECON
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Lodgo No. 206, Maupin, Ortfoa
meets every Saturday night la L O.
0. F. hall. Visiting members always
Roy R. Crabtreo, N. C
B. W. Welch, Secretary.
Where the best 85 cent
meal is served in
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