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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (March 29, 1928)
THK MAUPIN TIME
Doings at Pine Glove
Misses Crystal Hartman, Gertrude
and Hazel Liuighlin visited with
friends and relatives at Fine Grove
Walter Sharp and family were
guests at the Harry Lewis home last
J. S. Brown, N. G. Hedin and
Harry Lewis buthered u number of
hogs one day last week.
George Cluymeir L disking his alf
0. Bronner has rented the George
Chas. Davis, former Maupin
High school Etudcnt, is working for
Robert Lewis is horace from 0.
Engineer Farmer of the Board of
Fublic Roads, was a Tine Grove visi
tor last week. While here he had
a conference with John Sinclair, lo
cal maintenance man, who dragged
the new road this spring. Mr. Far
mer said the Mt. Hood cut-off will
be finished grading this season, but
that graveling would be delayed un
til 1929. Men interested in hasten
in this work held a conference with
N. G. Hedin and J. S. Brown at Pine
Grove last Sunday.
Ben Richardson and three other
men are buying oak wood on the
McKetrict tract. Jess Cox of Tygh
Valley is visiting at Fine Grove
with hii brother, Charles, and his
stey-f ather, Ben Richardson.
Rev. George McDonald arranged
to hold a quarterly conference at
Wapinitia next Saturday night.
Wapint'ia High schosl will give o
play ou Saturday nij.'ht, therefore
the quarterly cor.farrr.oe will be held
ut Maupin, at .i:CO p. m. that day.
J. Walter S'm.rpe hns purchased a
Slnr auto from Hr.rvoy Morris.
J. C. SanfV.rd and Lee Boyer of
Portland were week end visitors to
their farms of Wapintia, now being
operated by Julius Shspflin.
George W. Burnride and family
of The Dalles visited old friends and
neighbors at Pine Grove last Sunday.
Roy Woodside of 0. A. C. visited
at "home" during the spring off
PERTIMENT HOME REMINDERS
From School of
Stale cake makes on excellent des
sert when steamed and covered with
Cornbread is very nourishing, ec
pecially if made up with milk and
An interesting canape is made
from a slice of bread with a slice
o tomatoe in it. Grated cheese is
Sprinkled over the tomato, and a
tlice of bacon put across the top.
The canape is placed in the oven
until the bacon has been broiled.
Welsh ' rarebit may be varied by
adding tomato sauce instead of white
Grinding bread crumbs does not
mess up, the kitchen if a paper bag
is tied on the food chopper and the
crumbs are allowed to go into it.
Time is also saved by this method
for the crumbs are then used direct
ly from the bag.
When tewing buttons on a child's
dress, run a tape down the wrong
side first. This rrivss a pood firm
foundation to sew the buttons on
and they are not likely to tear away
from the goods.
lion became awakened and showed
that he, for the latter part of the
month at least, would be on the job.
During Sunday night lain fell in
copious quantities and when the sun
came up it was accompanied by a
heavy snowstorm Eight inches was
reported from the tapper Flat, while
the Criterion section had nearly as
much as that of the beautiful.
Visited at Tht Dallei
Mrs. Jean Wray accompanied the
Tillotsons as far as The Dalles last
Friday and visited with friends there
during the day. Mrs.' Wray will
give up her employment at the Shat
tuck store the firt of April, this
being done because of a change in
personnel in the store's conduct.
The Cop: "Say I almost broke my
neck following you around them
She: "Well, I hope this teaches
you not to chase after every pretty
girl you see."
Judge: "What have you to say
Prisoner: "I Ray I vish I was in
a place where there are no traffic
Judge: "Granted';" SO 'days." "
OREGON NEWS NOTES
PERTAINING TO AUTOMOBILES
Terse Paragraphs Copied From A. A.
A. Newt Letter
The only difference between a rut
and a grave is the depth.
In a certain province liable to
floods there is a notice on a low
lying road which read:
"When this notice is under water
this road is impassable."
Willamette Valley is fast becoming
world-famous for flower bulbs.
O.wego Construction of many
new homes in progress.
In right years, Yamhill county
spent $49l,108 on 20 market roads.
Crown Willamette Taper com
pany has 60 men planting trees on
cutover forest lands in Clatsop coun
ty. Marshfield State will be asked
for permit to build Coos Bay bridge.
Promised fire insurance reduc
tions will save Oregon $1,000,000 a
0. W. R. & N. railroad taxes in
ber of Commerce has settled 3237
settlers on Oregon farms, with $12,
One way of lengthening a child's
dre:s is to put a tuck under the hem
at the time the dress i3 made. When
let out this will be folded evenly with
the rest of the dress.
Next week we are going to send a statement of
subscription to each of our subscribers who is de
linquent on our books. We do not like to tlo this,
but there is a limit to all things and we have about
reached the limit of carrying a list of people on
our cards who make no effort to come in and pay
up. ..It takes money to run a newspaper, and that
is what we are in business for.
One delinquent does not cut much figure, but
when there are numbers who are in arrears the
aggregate amounts to quite a snug sum. ..There
are several hundreds of dolars owing to us and we
shall now insist that they be paid. You take the
paper and enjoy reading it, otherwist you would
order it discontinued. We ask that you be as
square with us as you are with your grocer. All
we watn is an even break will you do your part
in seeing that we get it?
I Hampton Furniture Co.
I Special Volume Sale!
j Starts Friday, March 30, 9 a.m.
j Another Chance to Make a Good Saving 1
I on Your Investment j
I BACKWARD SEASON J
s has left us with a lot of U
I THIS MUST BE SOLD! J
therefore for a few days only we will offer this Sur- g
plus at Special Reduced Prices. 1
I FREE : 1 Card Tables I
with every Lamp Shad yon
buy your choice of any lamp
hade in the store.
WITH EVERY PURCHASE t
OF $3.00 OR OVER
REGISTRATION OF VOTERS
All citizens must be r-iffiimr ! I in
order to vote at Primary Elections
to be held on May 18., 1928. Voters
cannot be sworn in on Election Day.
Registration closes at 6 p. m., April
17th. Voters who have moved ilnce
last election should call at County
Clerk's office and have registration
transferred. Registrations can be
made at County Ckrk'a office or
with the following Registrar.-: H.
C. Rooper, Antelope; A. A. Marvel,
Boyd; D. C. Evans, Dufur; T. C.
Murray, Friend; S. J. Farrc, Jersey:
R. E. Wilson, Maupin; R. J. Scearce
Mosicr; A. R. Altermatt, Shaniko;
Willis Norval, Tygh Valley; A. E.
Lake, Wamic, E. M. Hartman, Wap
initia. W. L. CRICHTON,
Call Maupin Drug Store
WlH"II J IIUVI Itiilbii -af-
! 11M.700 young salmon on March 1
i Falls City Establishment
cheese factory here In nrospoet.
Fulls City Local capital plans to
finnnco goat' milk cheese factory.
Dufur Heaviest farm implement
' sale in year ; is reported here.
S. lU JGL8. SJ? .3.3.
Wilson Painting Co.
House and Sign
Call, Write or phone, Times Office.
If button holes are made with soft
mercerized cotton they will be more
durable and will be ea..ier to make.
If window shades have become
soiled at the bottom remove from the
roller and re ver.se ; hem the top, tack
the bottom on the roller and use
Went Back 100 Years
In our advertisement of the sale
at Cervin'g rach which is s.'hedlued
for Saturday of this week, we said
that notes, "payable October 1
1828," would be accepted. The "8"
got into the "9" box and in reading
proof on the ad, the error escaped
our eagle eye. If you attend the
sale and buy something and de&ire
to give a note therefor, make it
payable October 1, 1028, and it will
Lion-Like March Weather
March came in with a meekness
surprising to old settler? of this sec
tion. Many days of fine weather
tended to cause the wheat to sprout
and take on substantial life, but
Monday morning of this week the
ff WtfiUM v
here it is taste, rich
fragrance and mellow
mildness. Camel is
the cigarette that intro
duced the world to
"smoking for pleasure."
Dr. WM. KENNEDY
First National Bank Bldg.
The Dallei, Oregon
I. 0. 0. F.
Lodgn No. 200, Maupin, Oregon
nieots every Saturday night In I. 0.
0. F. hall. VWting members always
James Chalmers, N. G.
0. F. Renick, Sec'y.
Shoes and Repairing
Wasco County 's Exclusive
hoos for th
The Dalles, Ore.
Td walk a mile for a Camel"
1928, R. I. Reynoldi Tofcam
Coaipioj, Winston-Salem, N. C
-Tin! MIRIAM WEBSTER
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