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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (March 1, 1928)
TtlE MAtJPIN WtEi
Correspondents' Weekly News Items
TYCH PLAY TO BE CIVEN
SATURDAY MARCH 25
slcatball Cam Tomorrow Night
Skaniko ti. Tygh Mrry-Ge
Round of MoTing
The Freshman play will be given
on Saaturday evening, March 24.
This seems to be the only open date
In March. Practice is progressing
and the play bids fair to be up to
The High school is planning to
give a dance on Friday evening
after the basket ball game with
Shaniko. Owing to their not hav
ing a hall in which to practice the
Tygh boys are considerably handi
capped. They can do their bet and
- Mr. W. C. Stillwell is moving in
to his hotel, his home property hav
ing been sold to Clyde T. Bonney
and Liberty Chastain will move into
the house now occupied by Clyde
Oliver. A real "merry-go-round of
The Tygh Valley High school
wishes to acknowledge its debt of
gratitude to thoce who helped to
make the rmoker a success, particu
larly to Bates Shattuck and Johnny
Williams, who served as referees
end to Dr. J. L. Elwood who was
the doctor at the ringside. We hope
as time goes on to show our grati
tude in a more substantial way.
NEWS ITEMS SCATTERED
OVER WIDE FLAT AREA
Pino GroTO Correspondent Keep A
Lino on Happenings AH Oror
Top Interesting News -
Dr. Stovall has reached out into
the farming county and on March
1st will take poseersion of two of
the ranches on the Flat, they being
the Free Stall ranch and the one now
operated by Julius Shepflin.
Jesse Cox has received a deed for
email tract, 3 1-5 acres, next to
the Ben Richardson service station
at Pine Grove.
Dorothy Davis, in company with
Miss Sena Peterson, county nurse,
Tiatted her parents at Pine Grove, as
well as her former school teacher and
schoolmates recently. She expects to
DEFECTIVE FLUE CAUSE OF
- FARM HOME DESTRUCTION
Do Talcott Loses House and Much
Contents By Fir Last Thurs
The Dee Talcott farm residence
was entirely consumed by fire lact
Thursday, the loss including all con-
tents of the upper story as well as
"some furniture on the ground floor.
Lots is estimated at $1,000.
Dee had gone to the chicken house
for the purpose of cleaning it np.
He started to the residence after a
cleaning utensil and saw the roof a
mass of fire. He rushed to the burn
ing structure and tore loose a screen
door at the rear and then began car
rying things out As he was about to
deposit an armfull of goods on the
ground he met Mrs. Ray Kaylor and
a few minutes later Ray came over.
Dee and Ray then proceeded to get
busy. They salvaged the piano, kitch
en range and some beds and bedding,
as well aa clothing. Dee had in mind
to save a trunk containing valuable
papers, but in the excitement forgot
that act and got busy on other thing--'.
All his father's belongings were in
the upper story and these were all
It is supposed the fire originated
from a defective flue, aa the fire,
when first observed, was around the
place where the chimney came thru
thereof. ' There was no insurance
carried on buildings or contents,
therefor whatever loss Mr. Talcott
sustained is total.
For a time the Talcott's will oc
cupy the ranch home of Mrs. Tal
cott's sister, immediately across the
road from the burned dwelling. The
loss of their home is particularly
hard at this time, for Mr. Talcott
had about gotten " on his feet and
now that he will be put to the ex-
, . pense of building a new house means
,' that the profit on his labor of yean;
' will be greatly lessened. The sympa
thy of all our people goes out to Dee
and his wife in their hour of disaster.
A DIVERSITY OF HINTS
ON MANY HOME SUBJECTS
A. C. Home Economic Department
Telia of Many Things Valuable
To All People
Finger nails will be protected from
dirt when gardening or doing dirty
work in the house if the ends of the
fingers are wet and then drawn over
a wet cake of toilet soap with a
scratching motion, forcing soap un
transfer from The Dalles institution
to the Salem sanitarium for special
treatment. Her friends are rejoic
ing to learn that rhe has gained 12
pounds in weight, thus indicating a
good start toward regaining health.
John Sinclair is hauling wood
the J. P. Abbott ranch.
Mrs. John Sinclair has been con
ducting a milk goat ranch for some
time. It is better than a movie chow
to watch her new flock of kids in
their funny antics.
T. B. Slusher recently shipped a
fine lot of fat hogs to the Portland
Mrs. Don Miller is at The Dalles
undergoing medical treatment Her
recovery is satisfactory.
Mrs. Art Gutzler has a girl from
Washington assisting her at the L. C.
Henneghan ranch home.
Heisler & Powell expect to move
their sheep flocks to Dufur after
the spring grass searon is over.
N. G. Hedin and W. A. Dane will
ask the circuit court to arbitrate a
real estate title matter in March.
Rev. Hazen and family recently
started to move' back to Wapinitia,
but when Frank McCorkle came over
from Dufur and made more sati
factory arrangements for rental of
his cottage to the minister, the latter
turned around brought his belong
ing back to Maupin.
Six inches of snow at Pine Grove;
four inches at Wapinitia. The re
sult of Friday flight's storm.
Joe A. Graham will soon open a
trail blazing camp for a cattle lane.
Ben Richardson will cook for the
camp. Thirty days worn is expected.
While Ben Richardson is away at
the trail blazing camp Lucile Walters
will conduct the service station.
Mrs. Julius Shepflin has returned
to her ranch home after a few days
spent in Maupin.
Newt Hedin spent a few days of
lart week with his wife and daugh
ter la Maupin.
Dee Talcott's farm residence was
entirely consumed by fire last Thurs
day, Loss about $1,000 with no in
surance. der the nails. It can easily be re
moved with a nail bruth and hot wa
When soft custard or custard sauce
curdles in making, set it in a pan of
ice water and beat with an egg-beater
If the end 1 a curtain rod is ;",v.
ered with an old glove finger it will
0 19ZS, B. J. Reynold! Tolaees
Cmptor, WlnMon-Salem, N. C
not catch when running in the hems
of lace, scrim or net curtains.
A wsrm comforter may be made
by putting two worn blankets togeth
er, cover with silkoline, and tack
with worsted yjrni. It h a good way
to utilize blankets when they become
The thin, delicate skins of new po
tatoes and young carrots may be re
moved quickly without waste by rub
bing with a copper tinsel pot cloth.
If a pinch of soda is added to stew
ed rhubarb, dried apricots, or cran
berries, when nearly done consider
ably less sugar is required for sweet
ening. In worn places the color in carpeU
may be restored by painting with
water-colors. Use enough water to
make the coloring liquid very thin.
Apply with a brush.
OREGON NEWS NOTES
LaGrandc New reven-story Ho
tel Sacajawca is open to public.
Wheeler Sixteen districts plan to
vote on new union high school.
Fossil Electric service brought in
from Condon, following fire that de
stroyed local plant
Corvallis Kraft Cheese Co. plans
$60,000 chee;e factory here.
Oregon has 28 highway parks cov
ering 1400 acres.
Portland New $75,000 gymnasi
um opened for Columbia University.!
Redmond Bids asked on three-,
story hotel to cost $75,000. '
Hood River Apple Growers' as-;
cociation pays $150,000 on January
sales. ' j
Curry County Wool being sold !
up to 40 cents, and mohair from 40
Klamath County farm receipts for
1927 are estimated at $5,227,187.
Marshfield Refinanced Coos Bay
Lumber company employs 150 men.
Klamath Falls Shaw-Bertram
Lumber comany buys 81,000,000
feet timber in Deschutes forest, at
$3.97 per thousand for pine.
Dougla, county will ship about
600 cars broccoli this season.
During 1927, 8,729 new buildings
were erected in Portland.
Vale 20 miles drain canal is
finished in drainage district
Baker Montgomery Ward & Co.
will open branch store here.
Baker Portland cement plant at
Lime will soon open with 70 men.
Seven logging camp; are open and
two more will open on Middle Fork
of Coquille River.
Pacific Highway from Grants Pass
to Ashland will be beautified by tree-
Klamath Falls Lamm Lumber Co.
starts mill and logging operations,
Milton Box Co. will secure log sup
ply from Miller estate near North
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Heppner American Legion pot
constructs emergency airdome.
New bank proposed for St. Helens.
Bend Great Northern will recon
dition Shelvin-Hixon railroad on the
Gold Hill Ludlum Engineering
Co. opens $500,000 dredge on Foots
Creek placer mine.
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