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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View This Issue
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LAURA LA PLANT STRONC
IN "HOME JAMES" COMEDY
Thumb Nail Thorn of Scrooa Story
to bo Shows at Ho!l
Mm. Roue Duhl trmmactcil buid
ne s in Maupin on Monday.
Lester McCorklc was In town on
Monday getting harrow repair .
Mr. Ralph Chandler from Wamic
wns In town on business Tuesday
Mm. I). II. Appling and Ron, Jim,
were in from Criterion, shopping
Mi . A. K. Brown and Miss Krma
Webb were over from Tygh Valley
a short time on Tuesday.
Frank Fleming ia over from Thr
Dulles this week, looking after his
manifold interests In thly section.
Amos Johnson sought the good of
fices of fr. F.lwood Tuesday morn
ing, coming from his home at Wamic.
Andy Wittman, bridge contractor,
mad" a business trip to Portland
last Saturday, returning to Maupln
IMsa Marie Shilling went to
Beaverton yrr.terdny for a few
days' visit with her aunt, Mrs. J.
Mts. Floyd Mrl,eod returned from
The Dulles yesterday, after spend
ing a few days receiving treatment
In a h pital.
John Fit apat rick was down from
his Nena sheep ranch yesterday.
He is preparing to move his bandi
to the mountains. "
' Clarence Flyler was in town on
Monday making arrangements for
this onV to get out the programs
for hia Fourth of July celebration.
bu Incss connected with the trans
fer of the, telephone switchboard.
He returned to Roseburg yesterday.
Laura Elliot, B small town artist
goes to New York but fails to make
the grade, taking work as a sales
girl in th art department of the
Laey department store. fhe meets
Jamea Lacey, Jr., In the atorm, be
lieving him to be a chauffeur. Jim
goes to work in the store while his
father Lt out of town. Laura's step
mother and stp-sisUr arrive in
town. Laura trim to dodge them,
but they find her In the store at
quitting time and se Jim rendy to
drive her hoin. They gel in the
car with her, feeling that it belongs
to Laura. Jim takes them to his
father's home and Laura . pretenda
she owns the place, to imprc:a her
relatives. Jira gives a party, tipping
off his friends to accept Laura as
the hostiess. Idicey, Sr., arrives
home and ia arrested for rnooping
around the houre. Next morning he
has the relatives and Laura. rrei:t--d
but when he discovers that Laura hnr
imbued bin son with the ambition to
work he has them all relcarH and
supervises the wedding of Jim and
Laura, who filially overcomes her
surprise upon lcaring Jim's real
EAST MAUPIN NEWS
Vera Fischer came over from The
Dalles and spent Sunday with his
mother and little daughter. Vern
is at work at the Eddins Bn . gir
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Williams
contemplate a trip to the Willam
ette Valley and southern Oregon
points soon after the Fourth of
Cus Dcrthick spent several days
at home this week.- He will now be
employed in rchecking the toll line
survey between The Dalles and Cow
J. M. Conklin arrived up from
Portland Sunday and ia officiating ns
cashier In the Maupin State bank,
relieving Frank Stuart, who on a
Mrs. J. F. Kramer and daughter,
Myrtle, returned last Friday after
spending about a month with friend:
in North Dakota and at her par
ents' borne in Minnesota.
BUI Doughlnn made a trip
around the circle, this week, going
ar far south as Crater Lake. He
describes that body of water as be
ing romething really beautiful.
MJtw Dorothy Harris, ' former
teacher in the Maupin schools, call
cd on friends a hort time on Mon
day. Miss Harris will not sctum to
Maupin, having decided to attend
Bchool the next year.
'.Win, Beckwith came up from
. Roscbvrg Saturday last, having
Mrs. Julius Shcpfiin ia assisting
at the Hotel Kelly for time.
Gladys Martin is employing her
time during vacation by working at
Mrs. Francis Cunningham has
;one to The Dalle-, where she will
he employed in the cherry orchards.
Jim Runic feels the call of the
mountains and is preparing to take
band of Fargher's bhecp thereto.
Frank Lister has enlisted with
Wallace Fargher and will chaperone
t bad of sheep during the summer in
he high spot.
Mm. Mary Nelson, daughter of
tin, Nancy Martin, has been vislt
ng her mother for the past week,
'he left for her home at Crasa Val
ey yesterday. , t
Grandma McMullen. who formerly
lived up Bakeoven, has taken charge
of the Frank Lister home and will
care for same while Frank is with
Fsrcher's ; heep on summer pasture.
Krnest Troutitmn has pointed the
noses of his sheep toward the fum
mer pasture, John McMillan taking
them on their way to Eastacada, be
yoad which they will graze during
i he summer season.
D. D. Morlsey, who has been here
for the fishing all season, went to
Portland yo'lerday, He will spend
the Fourth in the metropolis and
will (hen return to haul more trout
from the Deschutes,
Workmen arr tearing down the
ld Harris store building. This is
being done to provide room for a
turning place from the Bakeoven
road onto the new bridge.
Fargher are preparing t0 drive
their sheep to the mountains, They
have leased tracts on the Flat for
Immediate pasture. They lost sev
eral members of their flocks above
town Tuesday, but have succeeded
in rounding all up again.
Rutin" at The Dalle ..... .
"Pnil Stacr, Jmk and Dave Donald
son wont to The Di lle Monday, Hv
first two to do a little trading while
Dave went down to try and have the
nssea or and tax collector list his
property as being in East Maupin
iivitesd of in Maupin proper.
Some Hot Weather
Old King Ice waa compelled to take
a back i eat on Monday when the
thermometer registered 100y de
crees in the shade In the afternoon.
The wave was a decided change
from the cold which has effected
these parts for some time.
rrd Kicked Back
Charley Pierce is nur. ing a badly
sprained wrist all because of on
argument be had with his Ford on
Tuesday morning. Charley at
tempted to crank the critter, which
bucked, kicked back, causing the
crank to connect with tho driver's
wrist. The member was badly
bruised and la a most painful in
jury. - . .,'... '
Road Thieves Biy
Some one without sense of
property rights emptied a gaa tank
on one of the road trucks on the
Criterion grade last Thurcday night,
taking about 25 gallons of the at riff
that makes autoa run. They also
broke into a tool box and ah traded
tools to the value of $25.00 there
Ended Summer Fluking-
F. M. (Dad) Griffin, who hae
been in Maupin since Decoration
Day, enjoying- fi hing in the De
schutes, left for his home at lone
Tuesday. Dad laid plans to stop at
Twin Tunnels and try his luck there
for a time, he having promised
ome frienda he would bring them
mess of trout when he returned
lalmon Too Strong
The Maupin baseball team Journey
ed to White Salmon last Sunday
md rlayed the team from that
place. Maupin emerged from the
small end of the score horn, our
tam being unable to make but
three tallies while the Salmons
gathered a total of 10. Maupin!
plays the Warm Springs Indian
team at this ptace on Sunday next.
The red men are said to be fast
ball players and the local team will
be strengthened for the game.
L. C. Ilenneghan and wife went
to Salem last week and when they
returned on Friday! were accompan
ied by Mrs. Henneghan's sister,
Mrs. Mike VanLaanen and little
daughter. The visitors remained
here until Tuesday, when they were
taken t0 their home by the Henne-Khans.
Uad Wound Heading
- The wounds In the head of Amos
Johiron. who was severely injured
in a collision with a truck on the
Tygh grade June II, arc healing ra
pidly, lis was in from Wamic Tues
day to have the cuts dressed by Dr.
Klwood. A truck left standing on
the grade cl'rc to a turn, caused the
Wamic machine to collide, Mr. John
son being so fevercly wounded that
be came mar bleeding to death.
Tom Henneghan wandered down
to mile post 43 one day last week,
going a fishin'. When he returned
he made the statement that he would
tell The Times man he caught 18
trout. When hia ba-ket was opened
it was found that n a result of his
day's labor he had succeeded in
landing one solitary rcdside. Tom
is a fixherman' and delegates to
him: elf the right to tell fish stories.
Andy Smith knows fish from
scales to egjjs. He makes his life
work a job of jiropoagating n ri
fles at the Oak .Springs hatchery
and is making a sucec s of it. Re
cently over 150,000 young trout
were taken from the ponds there
Ci A. Hartman, mail carrier be
tween The Dalles and Maupin, began
his vacation this week, his run be
ing in the hand3 of his son, A. R.
Hartman. The regular carrier ex
pects to spend a couple of weeks at
Suttle., lake end may visit some of
i.he other Jakes in the upper country
before again taking up his duties
with Uncle Sam.
' and distributed in Various streams
' in this vicinity. Andy tells of their
s;ze and strength with a smile and
: enthu -i.v.in that b pleasing to wit-
When an nutou-t drives n enr into
J that shop where Bill Schilling em-
pkyeJ r.nd tells the mechanic that
all th.it is necessary to be done In
order to put on the road is a new
fi belt, and then Pill discovers
th.-vt all bearings are worn .ut and
ere" knocking like a bolcl.evi ;t, the
l't'ijf jjij-e he usees is some that is
nt HMii-iiy henrd in the puliiit. At
th-if is doing the work riffht and
j bribing repeat jobs to the Maupin
Mr. Donald III ..
Mrs. Jack Donaldson was taken
ill ln;l Friday and since that time
has been under the doctor's care.
Jun what her smictinn V- we have
not learned, but hj something that
seems to asp her strength. At this
writing Mrs. Donaldson is somewhat
Auto garagemen advertise "Reliable Service" as
does also all kinds of business that deals with the
public. Banks, well, render reliable service to
thousands daily. They function for the public, I
take care of business natters, guard funds entruct- f
eu to them and in a thousand and one ways render
services that are never realized by the general
Come in ?rd let us toil von how voti can save
money by starting a checking account, or inform
you of the value of a caf n deposit box. We are here
to serve you and our ch'of aim is to serve you
Called On Tho Tim
Bert Warring, who it will be re
membered w.is here three years ago
with Doctor Hcaly aa a magician,
culled on The Times family Monday
evening. Bert ia still in the show
nme and has added a number of
new tricks to his already large re
! ertoire. He was on his way to
Strem Get Trout
One of the fish commission's dis
tributing trucks has been in this
vicinity lately, taking trout from
the Onk Springs hatchery and dis
tributing them in streams in this
vicinity. Tygh creek received 10,
000. they being placed in the creek
at Shady (Brook hnlL Badr
creek also received a trout planting.
10,000 being placed therein, white
White river received 80,000. A
consignment of trout from our
butchery was placed in Eight Mile
creek lait Friday.
Mrs. Wm. Beckwith recently stif
fen d another slight stroke of paral-
sls, this occurring while she was at
the home of her daughter. Mrs. S.
Q. Morris, at Myrtle creek. Mrs.
Beckwith is now at Roseburg. Th
stroke ro affected her eyes that she
is unable to distinguish objects other
than those directly in front of her,
and that only dimly. The stricken
women has fallen awny greatly in
w eight, now weighing but 126 pounds
where he usual weight was nearer
Maupin State Bank
n:L TTr, About
L ivtif Town
Picked p around town
Bill Williams has undertaken the
calling of a hunter. He must feed
his foxes, big and little, and to do fo
must have wild game. Bill has fed
his proteges some of his prize chin-
chilla rabbits, but they are too-.
precious for that use, fo he, with
hi son, Johnny, are scouring the
Buck Hollow hills and gathering in
grey dipgers. The foxes must be
fed, even tho it takes much ammuni
tion to kill the meals.
til 11 wf
Ontjr train a-I:lr.r direct
tsnne.-t nn with ll Kait
ern points. Direct ctnn ec
n-ita roniinmUl Unhn!
r.r It trw n more to
t!t th fsmoci rft'iid
Uniilrit fai Fortltnd
t ;;i P.M, Tht DiISm l:
TECnY1?. MAT IK TO SEPT. 3
1 XTV? LIMIT OCT. JS, 1$29
R luced fore all pari of east; libcrsl
S. porers. Fire trains; modem equip
nr. .it; splendid service; scenic rotuo.
1 jrt i.le trip ennbla you to vitil
nCC! HATISfTAl, TAEK
CT N3 CAI5TON NATIONAL PAT.l
BS iCE CANYON NATIONAL PACK
TUXtmSTONE MATiCNAL PARK
& i -SXT KCVHTAIft NATL PARK
rnEtk and Bic-ktsti on raqtiect
R. B. BELL, Agent, Maupin.
EDW. H. McALLEN, T, F.
& p. ao f uaa ' v
When Labels Are
More Sheep to Market
Bobby Davidson and Klza Dor
thick each took a double deck load
of Wapinitia Plains hcep to tho
Portland market yeBterdsy, The
lontla totaled 65 head,'
WHEN IN THE DALIXS r : -
S ' RIake Your Hcadqarters at
The Golden Grill or
1 American Restaurants
S where every service awaits you.
j FREE phone;
23 Roth Restaurants have been entirely remodeled for
S your convenience.
E. J. McMahon
rtlJOST people think of canned
jjjjlfoods as provender for the
v- "cave-dwellers,' the ever-increasing
millions of people who live,
in apartments in our great cities,
and that these people never give
labels more than a glance, but
Hiram Blaubelt, writing in "Print
er's Ink" about merchandising in
Alaska, throws a new light on the
, labeling of canned foods. Out there
. the lahels are literature, and mighty
interesting literature at that.
Recipes in Demand
"I used to wonder," he wrote,
"what good it was putting so much
printed matter on cans, boxes ana
cartons. It is small nnd hard to
read and people never look at it. 1
thought. This may be true in civil
ir.if ion where we sre all so busy,
but when we get into the outskirts
tf civilization, where people have
more time, wht manufacturers
print on their containers is of great
"Such matter should not boast
about the purity of the contents,
etc., but should exphin how the
food within should be cooked,, how
best preserved from spoiling when
once opened, and other useful infor
mation. Recipes are particularly
welcome, as women are scarce up
in this country and I venture that
a large majority of the cooking is
done by men. You'd be surprised
to see the tasteful dishes that some
of those old fellows trappers, min
ers, prospectors, homesteaders, etc.
dish up by following out the re
cipes printed on tin cans. In out-of-the-way
places where reading
tmttcr is scarce, everything in print
is carefully devoured and so cans
and cartons can carry very Impor
Innl merchandising messages on
their exterior! I knowby experi-etics,"
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