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Thuriiay, Jonuory 30, 1030.
the maupin fitofes
There's Cream In Every Drop
Af Icr February 1st we will mail
our regular circulars each week
to all our customers. Wc strive
to give you every thing fresh for
the table. It is our aim to give
you the same large selection of
Fruits and Vegetables in winter
as well as summer. Make this
store your headquarters while in Maupin. .
Maupin's Leading Grocery
O. P.Resh& Co,'
Everything For the Table Maupin, Oregon
E3Si! JACK SK,NS Y,ELD B,G
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Lad Hereabout Have Chne
I Increase Pockat Money
I War against the jack rabbit last
year in the west netted more than
18,000,000 skins and a profit to
farmers and stockmen, from the ialr
of th pelts of about $2,000,000.
Control operations ngainiit injurious
rabbits are conducted by the Biolo
gical Survey of the United States
i'Dcpartmcnt of Agriculture, pack
rabbits are practicularly destructive
I to alfalfa, range grasses and fruit
i trees, says the bureau. They also
destroy cotton plant in the south
wat, and In th northwest ruin large
quantities of stacked hay during the
Cold at Pine Grove
We have it on good authority
that Old Man Winter visited Pine
Grove with all his coldness . during
the recent chilly spell. At the Grove
thermometers registered 38 degree:;
below zero one night and on an
other night showed 32 degrees be
low. Some chilly weather.
iJ0YQnnnlttlPi m''i making a ennvasj of this territory
W B V W V W W T W
Vivian Eubank, and mother were
over from Wamic on business yes
Attorney Paul Chllders was a
visitor from The Dalles in Maupin
Sam Brown was In from his up
per Flat ranch on a business mis ion
for Stark Brosc., nurserymen, and
in making a cnnvuHu of
as suih representative.
SADDLEMATES NEXT PICTURE
Mr. Audrey Cnrr spent the last
week end with friend.i and relatives
at Portland, going to that place on
Friday returning Sunday evening
Exciting Wadern Drama Comlaf
Te Legion Hall Sunday
A breath of the west that carries
the smell of gunpowder and the
creaking of leather la at the Legion
hall Sunday night next under the
Hny Wittman and wife with the title of "Saddlcmates," a Patho-
Alt Catting Legs
Fred Alt has a crew of men at
work In the timber cutting logs for
the MeFarlane mill , He already
has about 200,000 feet of timber
at the mill and by spring will have
sufficient on hand to warrant a
continued run of the mill.
Published in the ineresU of the people of Maupin and vicinity br
THE TUM-A-LUM LUMBER CO.,Pho, Mai. 72
Maupin, Oregon, January 30, 1930
former's mother, Mrs. John Witt
nuin, who nunc up to attend the
Lester Kelly funerel, left for thoir
Portland home on Tuesday night's
O. T. train.
J. G. Kramer and wife were in
weKtern and with none other than
the popular western star, Wally
Wally Wales is a hot-headed, two
fisted, hard-riding cowboy who de
mands fair play, and his pardner, in
sobrity, for they drink nothing
Marcus Shearer and wife enjoyed tuwn fr(jm Criterion Tuc.day. While stronger than milk, is an old-fash
a trip to The Dalles on Tuesday, re-1
turning last evening.
on the way to the cemetery on the
ioned type of cow-man who doesn't
believe that he who hesitates la
Hot a bearing burned out in their
II.hIl'c cur. it beintr the first time lost. This pair attempt to locate
Verl Bonncy came down from lib',mn a thing hud occurred to them ftnu then frc settlement with a
Criterion ranch yesterday and re in p(,KSr,wdon of three different man who has defrauded them out of
mslned until evening. i Dodges, j property through the ru. of sin-
-o I '"J? what they believed to be a
Elia .Hughes rsme over from bin
Grans Valley ranch and spent a few
days the first of the week with hi
Mill Will Start
The new boiler for the McFarlane
mill at the edge of the timber has
arrived and aa soon m weather will
permit the concrete foundation, will
be put in. When that is done the
mill will be in shape for a long
run. The lumber cut is from fine
logs and the McFarlanea should be
able to pile up a considerable
quantity of boards during the saw
Early to bed
curt In rim rut 4h
weeds and swat the
flic, mind your own!
buaino s and tell no
lies, don't get gay and
decelre you wives, pay
your debts arid use en
terprise, and buy from
home merchants if you
want to be wise.
O..F, Renick, editor
If your roof leaked
during the recent rain
come) in and get some
new shingles we have
Reward offered for
the apprehension of the
pereon or persons that
stole the mercury from
our thermometer. The
fact that part of it has
been been returned
doesn't help much.
Kinflf Coal is on their
We 8re alawys
Johnny on the spot with
suggestions that fit the
season. When the wa-
family in Maupin. .
Mike, Klmsey has titkcn the a.rcnry
Portlnn.l-Multnomnh county sec J", but which 8l0od
tion of Columbia River highway , 4
from 82nd street and Sandy road tomance dcveops between the young
Hood River county line will be taken C0WDoy and the crook's sister, which
over by state, March 1st.
Everything in our big store
(contract goods excepted)
will go at reductions
works out to a happy ending.
A continuation of the Tarzan
picture will also be shown along
with a laughable comedy.
A good time to take pictures. Get
your films at the Maupin Drug
Store. Bring in your picture work.
Preaching at Wapinitia both morn
ing and evening. Sabbath school at
the usual hour. Bible study at
6:45 p. m. There will be no preach
ing service at the Maupin church but
Sabbath school will convene at the
usual time 10:00 a. m., with Bible
study hour at the regular time in
May Start Skating Rink
Some of the local Legion mem
bers are agitating a roller skating
rink in the Legion hall. The matter
will 'be taken up and discussed at
the next meeting of the Post.
U-r p'rpen are frozen we
suggest that you move
the furniture -out into
the front yard and
build a fire on the floor
of the living room.
After nature has taken
her UBual course, the
pipes will be well thaw
ed. Collect the insur
ance and dash madly
for plans and specifi
cations for a new home
that knows better than
to let its water cystem
freesc. P. S. Don't tell
Chief Jim Chalmers.
"You may stay out
late and get lit up a
Said the hen o th
farmer, ''But I'm laying
for you." .
A Tum-A-Lum traw
loft chicken house will
keep hen laying all
winter. With eggs at
the present price R
wouldn't take long to
pay for such a house.
This and many other
fine plans are for your
use at our office.- Stop
for a while by our hot
fire and look over th
plun books of 'farm
buildingr, we hav.
Chicken houses cost
about $1.25 per ban, or
the price of 2 and on-
half dozen eggs, . .
T-A-L J .
W furnish freV
plana and estimates -vw '.
any and all kinds ' of
T-A-L ,r v;Vi,
The man who rent is
committing " financial'.
suicide on the install
ment plan and wVlHnyv''
a 100 to 1 that "Horn"
Sweet Home" was not "
written by a renter., '
The year Paul Bun-.
yan looged off Oregon
it went 400 degree fce-Jv
low sero and despite th''
efforta of his. cookhouse -firemen,
the . coffee';
froze while it was boil-''
T-A-L ; .
It-is not too cold to
do interior remodeling
and painting. '..
it DIRECT CONNECTION
FOR ALL POINT5 EAST
& -. .T -V
CARD OF THANKS
Thanks hardly express our feel
ings toward all those friends and
neighbors who so willingly and with
deep feeling as isitcd In our late
bereavement, the death of our
brother, Lester Kelly. To each of
you wc extend our heartfelt thanks.
To those who so thoughtfull brought
flowers for his bier we extend other
thanks. May you all be spared a
L B. KELLY,
L. J. KELLY.
Batinnt Home Close
All the business houses closed
their doors during the funeral ter
vices at Legion hall on Tuesday.
This was done so that proprietors
and employes might have an oppor
tunity to attend the funeral.
Taking It Ey
Bon Richardson was in from the
Firr-t and Last Chance, service sta
tion on Tuesday, coming down to
attend the Lester Kelly, funeral.
Ben states he is taking things easy
this winter. With plenty of wood,
good stove, a well filled larder
Ben is taking the winter as it
comes. He anticjpalc'sk Ropdbusj
ncss as soon as the cut:off road k
r. J. KELLY. I opened in the spring. 1(
A Dollar Dinner for
Big Stock, Low Prices
m Jl I II iMt
fift iLJ kmWl
Lv, MAUPIN 10:55 A. 18.-
connecting at Sherman with the
; Also coimertion with the famous
Tfiis fine flyer leaves The Dalles 8:3s P. M. Luxuii
Dtisly equippefl dining car aenice par excellence,
R. B. BELL, Agent, Maupin. Ore.
EDW. H. McALLEN, T. F. & P. A., Bend Ore.
Anyone who desires the best in
ttic chicken line to serve on the table
are directed to communictae with
Charley, Pierce., .Charley has a num
ber of last spring's Rhode Island
Red cockerak, large and fat and
those whose especial' liking is for
chicken can do no better than to
get in touch with Mr. Pierce and
order their supply at once.
Female F'opulation Grows
The population of Southern Was
co county continues to increase in
a natural way. That growth seems
to give a percentage in favor of the
women folks. The latest addition
to the girl ranks of these" parti
came to the home of Mr. and Mrs
Verne Tunison on Sunday, the 26th.
in the pen on of a bouncing baby
girl. Dr. Elwood reports all con
cerned are doing nicely.
fj(F four people went into a res
JJ tnttrant and tried to get four
dinners for only twenty-five
cents each, people would begin to
suspect their sanity. But at home
it's a different matter I Just look
at the meal which the intelligent
housewife can purchase for her
family of four for a modest dol
Corn and Btef Loaf ,.:..A2
Scalloped Potatoes 10
Stewed Tomatoes & Crtery..7
Bread and Butter M
Jellied Pears 16
The recipes for this economkat
dinner are :
Corn and Beef Loaf: Mix the
following ingredients and form into
a roll: one pound ground rump
of beef, one-half pound ground
freOi pork, one beaten egg, one
tableinoon chopped onion, one-half
tablespoon salt, one-fourth teaspoon
pepper, one half cup ureaa crninM
and the contents of an eleven-ounce
can of cora Place in a wcll
greased loaf pan and bake in a hot
oven (400) for about 45 minutes.
Stives eight For four, make
only half the recipe, or cook the
entire amount and use the loaf for
Steamed Tomatoes and" Celery i
Combine contents of a number 2
can of tomatoes, onohalf cup of
diced, cooked celery, salt and pep
per, one tablespoon of butter and
one teaspoon ; of sugar. Simmer
gently for a . few minutes. .
Jellied Pears'. Drain the syrup
from an eight-ounce can of pears
and add one-half cup water, one
tablespoon of grenadine syrup and
one tablespoon of sugar. Dissolve
one-half package of lemon-flavored
gelatin in the hot mixture and cool.
Arrange pears : in four individual
molds wet with cold water. Pour
the cold syrup and gelatin' mixture
over them, and set away to harden.
Unmokl and serve cold.
DR. CLARKE COMING
Dr. Clarke, of the Clarke Opti
cal company, 321 H Washington
St., corner of 6th, Portland, Oregon,
EYE SIGHT SPECIALISTS, will be
in Maupin, al day and evening, Mon
day, February, 3rd, at the Maupin
Hotel. SEE HIM ABOUT YOUR
The Dalles, Oregon. Poena 35-J
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crofoot
W. B. Sloan
Long Diitant Hauling A Specially
ELZA O. DERTHICK
Phona 51 88
Your Watch Haywire?
If it is. not doinff its work"
bring it to The Timtvs ofEce
and Mr. Semmes will send
GUY A; POUND
Succmmut hi U. Lindquist