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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (July 19, 1928)
THE MAUPIN TIMES
At Margerry Harper Whispering Pines
Ranch, above the Fair Grounds, on
Thursday, Aug. 2
at which time the following household goods, and
1 other articles will be offered for sale:
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cherries, poaches and apples.
Pete Kirsch and family took in the
ball game at Maupin Sunday.
rl Bonney was Id Maupin Mon
day on biiRinoss.
Sylvester Kramer and wife of Du
fur were over night guests of his
parents at Criterion on Saturday
0. P. Resh and Harold Kramer
went to Cow canyon for a load of
cattle for the 0. P. Resh Company
Gus Kirsch spent Sunday at the
Pete Kirsch home.
Gertrude Kirsch was a gue:;t of
Murtcnrct Appling Friday afternoon.
D. L. Rutherford and wife drove
to Maupin Saturday evening,
James Appling atteneded the bull
fume at Maupin Sunday.
W. E. Hunt went to Tygh Valley
Sunday to get help for hay harvest
Ponney Puus and Harry Ruther
ford were swimming at Deep creek
Gus Kirsch is helping the Hording
Bros, mnke hay this week.
, Little Louise Duu.i celebrated her
seventh birth anniversary on Tues
day of last week.
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Fine fast trains.
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Agent Mined below.
B. BELL, Agtnt
EDW. II. McALLEN, T.
P. & P. A., Band, Oregon
8 Iron Bedsteads Cooking Utensils
11 Rocking Chairs Library of about 400 Books
1 Leather Couch Gas Engine and Pump
10 Cupboards 12 Mattresses
1 Set Double Harness 5 Sanitary Couches
Bedding 5 Heating Stoves
500 Feet Water Pipe 1 Wall Phone
12 Pairs Springs Dishes
20 Common Chairs 400 Jars Jams and Jellies
2 Ran&es Rugs Carpets, Window Shades
1 Drop Head Sewing Machine some new
Little Stories By People Who Seek
to Help the Bu.y Wife
To tell a left from a right sleeve,
see which side is cut slightly higher
at the armseye edge. The high side
goes to the back of the garment.
When making two-piece dretw f.r
a growing girl, take a tuck in both
akirt and underwaist, ro that when
you are lotting down the garment
change it proportionately. Stitch
the tucks at half inch intervals with
a long loose stitch. When the first
row of stitching is ripped, out the
dress i, lengthened an inch and can
be lengthened again.
Madras Heavy machinery taken !
to Pelton dam site on Uewluitcs f yjs-Zts A I n n
c. .. . . , , . ... lLodg.i No. 209. Maupin, Ortfon
Shaniko Hinton wool clip, JIB-, , o......j... i. i n
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Baker Three Rurk
rold to Montana buyer.
Summer Lake Combs
farm has 4000 ruts from
four years ago.
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. : U, r, UHll. v rating niemuvre mmmm
theatres, ; .
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D. L. Rutherferd, N. G.
O. F. Renick. Sec'.
And Other Things too Numerous to Mention
I SALE STARTS 1:30 P. Ml. I
Variety in texture makes the
meals more appetizing. Have one
food with a crisp crust, like corn
fitters or scalloped tomatoes; an
other with a sauce; and a third
:imply cooked in water and season
ed with melted butter. A raw vege
table, like celery or radishes lends
still further variety.
Where the best 33 cent
meal is served in
Next The Dalles
C. N. Sargent, Prop.
Your Watch Haywire?
If it is not doing ita work
lirinu it to The Tima off.ct
and Mr. Semmes will tend
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F. C. BUTLER, Auctioneer
Doings at Pine Grove
Earl Bronner has gone to work
for the Bothwells.
N. G. Hedin and wife made a short
visit to Maupin on Tuesday.
Frank Batty and John Judkins
have opened a wood camp at Bear
J. S. Brown will repair his boat
and move it from Ollalie lake to
Fish lake, making the move next
About 200 people camped at Clear
Charter No. 224
Reserve District No. 12
REPORT OF CONDITION OF
The Maupin State Bank
AT MAUPIN, IN THE STATE OF OREGON,
At the dote of butiineti June 30, 1928.
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts, acceptances or bills of
exchange, sold with endorsement of the bank (including items
shown hi 29, 30nd 32, if any) $154,77&.75
Overdrafts secured and unsecured 13.36
U. S. government securities owned, including those shown
in item s 30 and 35, if any 8,6o0.00
Other bonds, warrants and securities, including foreign
government, state, municipal, corporation, etc., includ-
including those shown in items 30 and 35, if any : 13,763.00
Baking house, $5,200; furniture and fixtures, $2,200.. 7,400.00
Real estate owned other than banking house 5,673.61
(ab) Cash on hand in vault and due from banks, bankers
and trust companies designated and approved reserve
agents of this bank ; 40,007.88
Checks on banks outside city or town of reporting bank
and other ca h items 26"5f)
Total cash and due from banks, items 8. 9, 10 and 11
Capital stock paid in..... I 25,000.00
Surplus fund -."VnTon 400-00
(a) Undivided profitg $8,620.20
(b) Less current expenses and taxes paid 4,476.19 4,044.01
DEMAND DEPOSITS, other than banks subject to reserve:
Individual deposits subject to check, including deposits
due the State of Oregon, county cities or other public
Cashier checks of this bank outstanding payable on
Total of demand deposits other than bank deposits sub
ject to reserve, items 23, 24, 25, 26 $138,591.84
TIME AND SAVINGS DEPOSITS, subject to reserve and
payable on demand or subject to notice:
Time certificates of deposit outstanding 58,677.11
Total of time and savings deposits payable on demand or
subject to notice, items 27 and 28 $58,677.11
STATE OF OREGON, County of Wasco ss.
F. D. Stuait, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that
Uia above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
F. D. STUART, Cashier.
CORRECT Attest :
J LAWRENCE S. STOVALL,
L. C. HENNEGHAN,
' J. S. BROWN.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 3rd day of July, 1928.
GEO, McDONALD, Notary Public.
My cororoissioon expires January 10, 1932,
lake last Saturday and Sunday. The
fi herman were as thick rs fleas.
Q.iite a number caught smHil misses
of trout and the wonder is thrt an..'
fish in the lake escaped their hooks.
With the completion of the new road
to the iake that body of wi ter vil!
be a sportsmen's play ground of iin
iiMial avlraction. When the d.iiii U
built impounding the water of thf
lake it should be btocked and then
closed for a couple of year.
Earl and Anna Cunningham wcr?
Clear lake visitors last Sunday.
Ishom West itarted out for the
everlasting hills last Sunday.
The American Legion picnic at
the First and Last Chance auto park
last Sunday was a decided succs'.
The picnic spirit crowed out war
time thoughts of the army and navy
men. Everything seemed to be at
peace with the world and "Peace"
was the keynote of the gathering. A
fine dinner with ice cream as the
finishing touch was enjoyed. Richard-on's
oak and pine grove makes
an ideal picnic ground.
R. E. Miller and family, Bert
Ellinwood and family were week end
visitors at Clear lake. The men did
some work on the road leading to the
cabins at the dam site.
Nearly every rancher in this
neighborhood is now busy in his
grain fields. The wheat is turning
out much better than expected and
is of fine quality.
An old-fashioned remedy for a
stain made by tar, axle greese, road
oil, creosote oil, asphalt or asphalt
paint, is to rub lard thoroughly into
the stain, and then wach it with hot
water and soap. The treatment may
have to be repeated. Otherwi. e one
of the solvents, such as carbon tet
rachloride, choroform, turpentine, or
bcnol may be used.
Serve small or moderate-sized por
tions in warm weather and avoid
waste. On warm days the appetite
does not reem as active as in cold
months. Choose cooling foods,
crisp in texture, for part of the meal,
and give out considerable attention
to the appearance of the food and
the table. Out-of-doors meals on
the porch of lawn will be found pop
ular and easy, If some of the pre
paration can be done early in the
f?e Maupin Times
1 Offers ItsReaders
The Dalles Bids will be opened
July 19 for $165,000 unit of state
Criterion News Notes
Critsrion farmers are busy mak
ing hay while the weather bug regis
ters at 86 degreen.
Mrs. Brittain Slusher and Mrs.
Kirsch picked wild gooseberries at
the Kirsch ranch Wednesday. The
ladies gathered three gallons of very
Mrn. D. D. Wilson and children
spent Sunday afternoon with friends
Claud Wilson of Bakeoven spent
Sunday at his Ridgeway ranch.
Verl Bonney played ball at Mau
pin Sunday. The precceding Sunday
he played with the Maupin team at
Bert Appling made a trip to Mau
pin Friday for harvest supplies.
Mrs. M. K. McLeod and little
granddaughter, Janett, returned to
their home in the Dalles last Thurs
day. Mr. and Mrs. Kirsch made a trip
to the Johnson ranch Friday to pick
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