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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1928)
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MAKE THIS STORK YOUR HEADQUARTERS
Holiday Candies, Nuts
Cash Price W
0. P. RESH & COMPANY
"Everything for the table"
GROCERIES and MEATS
Prompt and Courteous Service
MAUPIN, OREGON. '
Mra. Arthur Crelghton spent Sun
day at Tho Dulles, visiting with rela
tives. Tim Linn and ion, Dewey, from
Pine Orove, were lntown on busi
ne Tuesday evening.
some inside information
Dept. of Agriculture
Out Helpful Hind
It is a jt"od plan to acquaint your
self with the various size of canned
ami package, goods, to know how
many servings each will give, to get
into the habit of looking for the
weight on a box of cereal or other
goods, nri'J to compare brands to see
which gives the bent value.
the canal up in the mountains where
the new highway intemecta the
At the Frog creek feeder canal,
neur F.Ik creek, two large pipes were
installed to take care of the flow
from the former creek, under the
l.'.irvay. This marki the closing
chapter of highway work for 1928.
Joe A. Cruham's crews have
dwindled down until he only is on
duty. The last wood crew left Bear
creek camp Wednesday, Nov. 7.
They we're engaged in burning brush
and widening up the Bear creek
Jot A. Graham hai marked out a
new road from the Clear lake-Wap-initia
highway to the sky line trail
via the dam site at Clear lake. This
change wait made necessary by the
dam construction at Clear lake.
The new route will avoid the grade
out of the lake by a detour of the
hill. The proposed change will be
approximately three miles in
Ben and Prank Richardson and
Chas. Cox are cutting and buying
tip limb wood for John Williams
Andy Booth made a business trip
to The Dalles on Tuesday.
E. A. Hartman, Raymond Crab-
tree, Sum Wall, Mrs. Claymler and
several of the Wapinitia football
players attended the game at The
Dalles on Monday, representing
I'eter Martindale of Wisconsin
left Maupin on Tueday for the east
Crabtree, N. C; Francis Talcott, V. i
G.; Lottb; Donald-ton, Sec; I.ydia
Fraley, Treas. ; Job Crabtree, Ihos.
rianagan, W. H. Staats, II. R.
Kaiser, F. D. Stuart, Dee Talcott and
Fred Covey. The latter four gentle
men prepp.red and served an cleeant
Welby A. Dane, forman on the
logging road and construction crew
for N. G. Hedin, is contemplating
putting up a sawmill in McCubbin's
gulch and cut out tha reservoir and
dam material for the first dam at
the mouth of he gulch. If the mill
b built Vr. Dane will aim cut the
timber for the culvert and bridge
for points on the new extension as
they are needed.
Mlri Edna Derthick left for Port
land Tuesday and expects to. remain
there for some time.
Jack Berthala went to Portland on
Wednesday, expecting to return to
morrow with Bobby Davidson.
Mm. Walters (nee Lewis) a recent
Juniper Flat bride, was in Maupin
calling on friends on Tuesday
Joe Kramer went to Portland on
Monday and on Tuesday returned
with a new Ford coupe, which had
I t-en ordered by a Maupin customer.
r. M. uniin returned irom n
visit to his lone ranch on Friday and
will remain until the close of the
R. A. Barton came up from Port
land Sunday and thi.i week is butty
tuning up the machinery at the Oak
Springs power plant.
Miss "Sammy" Crcighton went to
The Dalleji Saturday and spent the
time up to Monday evening visiting
with friends and relatives.
Jesse Addington, who is at work
with a road patching crew near
Eight Mile, spent part of Sunday
with his parents in Maupin.
Thoman Swift, an old-time resident
of Maupin,, is In town visiting with
relatives and friends. Mr. Swift is
a brother of Mrs. Jake Davidson.
W. W. Richmond and sons, Ralph
and Roy, have gone to Linns' mill
where they will reduce a lot of
slabs to stove lengths.
Mrs. D. P. Crabtree, mother of
Mrs. Arthur Coighton, has been at
the home of her daugtcr the past
fortnight and will leave this week for
Portland for a visit
A good curry of lamb can be made
of lean cooked lamb chopped In small
pieces. To each 3 cups of the meat
allow one half cup of chopped celery
and lops, I medium sized onion
chopped, three-fourth cup of brown
Kruvy or broth, 3 tablespoons of
butter, one-eighth tea'poon of curry
3 duplies of tnbasca, and salt to
tuste. Brown the relery and onion in
the butter. Add the meat, gravy and
seasonings. Stir until well mixed
and hot. If too dry, add one-half cup
of boiling water. Serve with a
border of flaky rice, garnished with
Pineapple sauce, served hot, goc".
well with cottage pudding. Drain
the jtrtcc from a No. 2 can of crush
ed pineapple. There should be about
two cups. Mix 1 tablespoon of corn
starch with one-fourth cup of sugar
and add to the juice. Cook this mix
ture in the upper pnrt of the double
boiler over tho direct flame until the
mice thicken:1. Stir constantly.
Place the upper part of the boiler
i over the lower part, cover, and cook
the sauce for 10 minutes. Remove
from the fire, add I tablespoon of
butter, one-fourth teaspoon of salt,
nd the pineapple that was previously
drained from the juice. Mix well
niul serve hot.
J. M. Conklin, formerly president
of tha Maupin State Bank, arrived
up from Portland Monday and re
mained over until yesterday, com
ing up to look over his interests
Pine Grove News
A son war. born to Mr. and Mrs.
Win. Forman of Wapinitia on No
vember 4. He has just come to his
home from The Dalles, bringing his
parents with him. The little fellow
lipped the hospital scales at 74
pound'. His father is one of hte
leading cattlemen of southern Was
Jim and Cecil Woodcock have
been using Newt Hedin's Vaughan
power saw to make short blocks out
of long logs.
Andy Booth nnd Carl Powell have
opened up a wood camp on the W.
A. Dane timber tract.
Engineer Cnrrigher shut off the'
water on tho Wapinitia Irrigation
company's main canal in order to
put in a concrete bridge tube over
News of Victor
Among those who attended the
Tygh-Maupin football game at Mau
pin last Friday were Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Crabtree, Mr. and Mrs. D. E.
Miller, and ion, Val, A. M. Morris,
and son, Lee, E. C. Doughton, Mr.
and Mrs. Ray Crabtree and family,
Dee Talcott, Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Da
vidson and Mr. and Mrs. Lester
H. L. Young is now riding around
in a new Chevrolet sedan.
E. H. Rnodgrass and daughter,
Bethel, were in Maupin Saturday.
Mis.-. Bethel having some dental work
uowaru isyo spends His evenings
listening to a new Atwater-Kent
0. D. Bothwell and family were
Sunday callers at the A. M. Morris
Sunday callers at the Dee Tal
ent home were; Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Crabtree, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ray Crab-;
tree nnd family, Earl Crabtree and
I. N. Crnbtrce.
T. J, Swift of Portland L-. here
visiting at the home of his sister,
Mrs. J. W. Davidson.
A. L. Gutzler shipped a carload of
fine hogs, Saturday.
C. K. Alexander and R. I. David
son were business callers in The
Dalles la t week.
R. W. and Lester McCorkle ship
ped some cattle to Portland Satur
day. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Young were
visitors in Maupin Friday.
Those going to The Dalles from
here to see the football game Mon
day were Mr. nnd Mrs. A. M. Mor
ris, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Talcot, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Ray Crabtree, Mr. and Mrs.
E. M. Confer, Earl Crabtree, Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Crabtree and Mr. and
Mrs. D. E. Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Miller and
son, Val, were Sunday evening vis
itors at the Roy Crabtree home.
"SW.rty" Miller say: ;t is beyond
bis comprehension that V a game of
rhummy a certain man always needs
the card "Shorty" b throwing away.
At lea;l i: seems tlio1. way and ih-
genial pool hall manager ia much j
wrought up over it. J
Lovers of chicken have again been
busy in coops about town. Recently
Frank Creager was the victim of I
roost robbers and now cornea the re-1
port that the Cecil Woodcock pea J
has been visited and several fine
Plymouth Rock birds taken. And j
thanksgiving more than a week a
Residents backing on the alley at
the rear of The Times shop have
taken advantage of the fine weather
and covered the alley floor with a
coat of river rand. That top dress
ing packs hard and does away with
mud which generally prevails during
the wet seson. Dr. Elwood was the
incentive for the improvement and
to him should go the credit.
It Is said that several thousand
dollars of The Dalles money went
with the Medford football players to
their home town. Evidently the
backers of he lower state team knew
their onions as well as their team.
Confindence in the prowes . of any
team is a fine attribute, but to back
tha confidence oftimes resuls in a
financial lo s, as per the late grime.
Wayne DeJanvicr has shied away
his red sweater and has donned a
cook's apron and cap. He is caterer
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in chief at the Rainbow restaurant paralysis, ingrowing toenails or ag
and is prepared to dish up anything '. gravated corns. In either event you
in the lie of eatables wanted by the 1 would think you was afflicted with
many customers of Ben Fraley's the worst going and then wish for
popular eating place. One thing something else. That's the way of
that's worthy of special mention in mankind.
connection with the new chef is; x t
that he is a past master in the are j ' Frank Dyer is up in the air. He
of concocting chili con earne, and a recently recured passes lor an
tended eastern trip and when about
rady to start his wife wa3 taken, down
with an aggravated attcct of neuri
tis. As a result Frank is between a
stew and a sweat and is wondering
dish of that delectable edible may be
had at any time now at the Rainbow.
Arthur Creighton asks for some
ailment worse than a hard cold.
Well, Art, old scout, you might have ; whether or not he will have a chance
inflammatory rheumati m, diabetes, I to u, e his railroad passes.
ELEVEN YEARS AGO
At Maupin Trap Ground
Tues. Nov. 2
A Turkey for Everyone
Starting at 10 a. m., lasts all day
For particulars call Geo. Miller,
From The Times November 23, 1917
The library books designed for u- e
at the Maupin library, have been
found at Shcrars Bridge, where they
have been the past two weeks. They
will be here ready for distribution
The ' Maupin garage, owned by
Vandcrpool Bros, and B. D. Fraley's
black and machine shop, have in
corporated and are now owned by
the three as joint partners.
Job ,Crabtree joined the company
of Maupin cripples Friday morning
when he fell from the roof of L. B.
Kelly's new barn, breaking hin right
forearm and shattering his elbow.
A' community Thanksgiving ter
K ice ' will be hold at the church
Thanksgiving day at 11 a. m. All
are invited and are requested to
bring', basket dinners with them. A
brief program has been arranged for
Francfy Confer has purchased the
Bill Mnyuard farm, paying $8,500
for the 280 acres.
A team of 16 Rebekahs came over
from Tygh '. Valley last Wednesday
and initiated a class and installed
the following officers in a new lodge
of the order in Maupin: Mrs. Maud
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