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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View This Issue
Thursday, April J, 1930.
Ben Fraley spont couple of days
at Portlund thc first of tho week.
Aiorcui Shoarcr and wife mtif a
business trip to Waico on Monday.
Ernest Troutmau and wife were
visitors at the county aeat Tuesday.
Frank Creager ia enjoying the met
ropolitan ways of Portland this
Dr. Clarke, EYE SIGHT SPECIAL
1ST, in Mauptn Monday, April 7th,
at the Maupln Hotel
Ben Rlchardaon was down from
the "First and Lust Chance" service
station thla afternoon.
U. S. Endersby and daughter, Mrs.
Chaa, Cox, were in from the Flat
yesterday, coming down on business.
Dr. Elwood was called to the Virgil
Mayfleld home on the Flat today.
Mrs. Mayf kid having been taken ill.
Mlas Ccrtrude Foley has severed'
connections with the Rainbow cafe
nd hai returned to her home at
Frank and Dewey Linn transacted
busine a in Maupln yesterday. They
A Proven Business Ex
tcurivt and a Leader in
the Progress of Oregon.
Such Is The Man Charles
Hall. Attracted by the coun
try, he came to Oregon when
a young man just out of bla
teens. His first Job waa with
pick and shovel on the dig
ging of a pipe line. Upon
acquiring sufficient fuuds,
be returned East end enter
ed the Unit, of Michigan.
Coming back In 1908. he
located at Hood rtlver and
from then on his progress
was rapid ....
Writs to Tha Hall Hratfquar.
tera, Imperial Hold, Portland,
for booklrt plying th Interval.
' Ins lift atory and tha platform
of tha man who aa a provan
bualnaa executive and a lead
er In the propreta of Oreoon
will glva our atat tha kind of
administration It nrada.
L. D. Vrlntirlm. Miinnger
"Hats off to the Past..
Coats off for the Tuturcl"
Gtmutrk. W. NORBLAD
fot GOVERNOR COMMITTEE
KBNNimt D, IIAT.ffiKR. Ctn iChmrma
SAMUI11 POWBli, Sanfrt
, i V'nmtn i Diiio'
Mm. G. J. Frankcl, ibaitmn
Mrs M.II Umoiu, Sicrtlory
tlutiiijutrlm 209-10 Multnomah Hold
ATwitt;30l PORTLAND, OREGON
I Charles I
r HALL cpu'ic,in
report the Linn mill in orperation '
and say it ia cutting superior grade
RESH OFFERS BIG SPECIALS
Money-Savlni Price Llai4 U Ad
Oa Another Pge
Our readers' attention ia called
to the apeclal priors listed by 0. P.
Re. h A Co. on the back page of this
paper. Oliver has reduced prices on
large number of articles, those
prices continuing In effect during
the week April 7-12, inclusive. Resh
St Co. havt been giving a discount
of 10 per cent this week, but will
discontinue that plan, giving instead
reduced price on goods. Hi meat
;pecials are especially alluring and
mark a big reduction from the
charges made heretofore. As Resh
says, "the only way to tarn money
is to save," he ia making it possible
for all his patrona to make a saving.
SOUTH HOSPITALITY SHOWN
Former Portland Family Tell ef
Welcome t Teaas
The Portland Chamber of Com
morce bulletin contains the following
letter from a former Portland man,
who had been transferred to Dalles,
Texa. It goea to ihow that western
hospitality is not confined to any
0ne section and that it is a character
istic of the west to welcome new.
Here Is a good one. A Portand
family, transferred by their company
to Dalles, Texas, recently, writes:
"Shortly after renting a home here
and while moving in our things, a
lady and a big black chauffeur call
ed at the door with a ba ket of pro
visions as a welcome to Dalles.
Wanted to open accounts for me and
fairly gave me the keys to the city.
From the chamber of commerce, if
you please. Almost felt like I was
in the bread line as they brought
flour, milk, coffee, bread and cakes.
I have had a letter from nearly every
merchant in Dalles welcoming us to
Dalles and inviting us to call at their
places of business where the very
best of service awaits us. The cham
ber of commerce had a news item in
the newspaper saying they brought
us here. Some town."
Called to Mother's Badiide
Harvey, Arthur and George Mor
ris were summoned to The Dalles
Inst week by the serious illness of
their mother, Mxa. Milt Morris. The
lndy is well kdvanved in years and
is suffering with a breakdown inci
dent to her age, coupled with an af
fection of the heart.
Fill Out Sekedul
Mrs. T. B. Slusher, census taker
for this voting precinct, as well as?
for Waplnitla and Criterion, desires
that ranchers fill out the census
blanks sent each one and have them
ready for her when she calls. By
so doing ranchers will greatly facili
tate her work and make it easier for
her to visit all in her districts.
Opening New Road-
Percy Driver, county foreman, has
a crew of men at work on the Flat
opening up a new market road. The
road starts at the J. M. O'Brien
corner and angles from there to the
L. B. Kelly ranch. When completed
the new road wll llessetf the distance
between O'Brien's and Maupin.
We Miaaed Doc
In our broadcast announcement
last week we inadvertently omitted
tho name of Dr. W, A. Short from
thc list of subscribers to the pro
gram. Doc ia ever ready and willing
t0 boost for Maupin and to help in
plncing our fair city on the map.
That his name waa left out of tha
list was an oversight on our part for
which we humbly beg our dentLt's
New Faces at Rainbow
Mrs, Nellie Johnson and Miss
Minnie Duffy, two ladles of Scan
danavlan descent, if one were to
judge by their names, are now offi
ciating at the Rainbow as chef and
waitress, respectively. The new
comers arrived in Maupln Sunday
evening, having come up from Port
land. Smoked Many Smelt
A week or so ago O. B. Derthick
and ron, Elza, went to the . Sandy
and spent the day scooping up smelt.
They arrived home with several
boxen full tnd then went to work
preparing them for winter. Thoy
salted the fiilt then hung them in a
smoko house, where they took cr. ft
better fla or than is obtained bj
herring and vill prove a tempting
lunch dish while they last. The
Dcrthicks fmoked several thousands
of the fish... Thow're good; we've
of the fish.
Vale Natatorium improved and
opened for season.
Mov.d UJ.r Hilt
Mok Addlngton has moved bis
household belongings to the formet
home of George Morris, under the
bill toward Greene's. Mono figured
he would have a larger garden apace
while the location of the rlace la as
near to school a was his former
Everett Richmond Is bury hauling
sand and gravel for thc concrete
work on the new reservoir. He has
a aand bridge near the White river
bridge and will have several hundreds
yards of sand to haul from there.
He Is securing hi gravel from Bake
oven. HOME POINTERS
A grater removes the burned part
from bread or cake more easily and
smoothly than a knife.
Brushing the' npper crust of the
pie with fresh milk makes Is ehiny
A little orange rind grated into
the cinnamon and sugar In which
dougnuts are dipped makes a very
Celery stalks ttuffed with Roque
fort cheese or cream cheese blended
with crushed pineapple may be
served instead of plain celery.
Whipped "cream Into which has
been stirred finely chopped nut
meats is good spread over the top
of the pumpkin pie.
There is a great variety of rea
sonings which add piquancy and zest.
Celery leaves are especially good in
the drewdng to serve with roast
vcnl. Sausage meat adds a spicy fla
vor. Green pepper and pap. ley are
Bread toasted in the oven, then
crushed with a rolling pin will pre
vent dressing from becoming soggy.
When frying anything that is apt
to spatter grease, a good suggestion
is to slip an ordinary paper bag over
the hand holding the fork. Many a
burn can be avoided.
Spanish onions are good stuffed
with mashed potatoes and sausage
meat and put together with a well
beaten egg. r
Grcsham J. C. Penny Department
I store opened for business in this city.
' Klamath P. II. TJ.lt.
Creamery extensively Improved. '
Echo City hall will be Improved.
REPORT OF CONDITION OF
The Maupin State Bank
AT MAUPIN, COUNTY OF WASCO, OREGON,
AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS MARCH 27, 1930
Loans and discounts $ 202,064.52
Bonds, securities etc
Banning houre 14600.00, furniture and fixtures 11900.00 6,400 00
Real estate owned other than banking house 5,000.00
Cash, due from banks and cash items 24,204.42
Total S 261,001.56
Capital stock paid in S 25,000.00
Undivided profits net - 8,187.57
Demand deposits 135,068.78
Time certificates 47,745.21
Bills paysble and rediscounts 30,000.00
Total 1 251,001.56
STATE QF OREGON, County of Wasco ss.
I, F. D. Stuart, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that
tha above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
F. D. STUART, Cashier.
" L C. HENNEGHAN,
f " U LAWRENCE S. STOVALL
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd day of April 1930.
(Seal) GEO. McDONALD, Notary Public
My commission expires Jan. 10, 1932.
Moray L. Conceit
I V - Candidate
, V V Primaries
, V j May 16
Paid Adv., Corbftt for Governor Com., Floyd J. Cook, Field Met.
08 Corbett Bldf.. Portland, Ore.
LITE SKETCH OF
. SENATOR HALL
Hpnbliaa Candidate Well
Qualified far Position
A quarter of a century ago, a young
man, lured to Omgoo by the call of
the weat, was swinging a shovel la
a Portland sewer. As each day end
ed be would climb steep stairs to the
fifth floor of the Tremont hotel
there wss ao elevatorto his fl a
Today, with a fiction like record
of saeceas behind him, the man
Charles Hall stands before the pub
lic as a candidate for the republican
nomination for governor. In 1922 he
barely missed the nomination, losing
by 600 votes.
He Uogbt school three terms In
Pennsylvania after completing bis
elementary education In a little red
school house near his father's farm
When he stepped from the Port
land sewer ditch, ho taught a term
at Clatakaale. This teaching exper
ience gave him an Intimate knowledge
of educational problems In which he,
as a state senator and leader In pub
lic life has been actively concerned.
Hall, after leaving school work, wss
employed by aa uncle In a drug atore
at Clatskante. He saved systemati
cally during his early years, and then
engaged ta timber cruising. He was
successful and made enough to at
tend the University of Michigan 1903
05. Ia 1901 be returned to Oregon,
where be acquired a drug atore at
Hood River. There he was active
in the work of the Chamber of Com
merce. For a time he waa the organ
ization's president This gave him s
vision of the possibilities of united
effort He waa one of the leaders In
organization of the Oregon State
Chamber of Commerce for more com
prehenslve efforts In behalf of the
state, and was the first state presi
dent Going to Coos county, he took over
a struggling rural telephone system
which was undercapitalized and fac
ing the problem of aervlng a rapidly
growing but widely scattered area.
He built and strengthened It until It
wss known for Its efficiency, Its
friendly relationship with - Its cus
tomers, and Its low rates.
A determined orgsnlzer and build
er, he founded the Bank of South
western Oregon and later the Amer
lean Bank of Marshfield.
He was among the first leaders to
see the commercial value of the
Columbia river highway, and Inter
ested many Influential men to Join
the drive to put the project across.
As chairman of the senate highway
committee, he fostered much of the
legislation for better highways. ,
If nominated and elected, he says,
one of his first moves will be to
start bis "Industrialize Oregon" pro
gram by calling a meeting of repre
sentatlve citizens from each county
In the state.
309 E. Second St.
The Dalles, Ore.
Styles and prices that will
A credit plan that u more than a charge privilege,
allowing you to pay in small eaty payments divides
over a convenient period.
309 E. Second St. The Dalles
Published in the ineresta of the people of Maupin and vicinity bv
THE TUM-A-LUM LUMBER CO.,Pbo. Mai. 72
Oar memory goes
back to the time, if t
neighbor woman told
how many quarts and
pints she had put up,
you knew she meant
O. F. Renick,
A salesman stood
poised on the bridge
The young man saidj
he knew his girl could
keep a secret because
they had been engaged
for weeks before he
knew anything about it
"Bredern, we must
do something to remedy
de Status Quo," faid
the negro preacher.
"Brudder Jones, what
am dis Status Quo?"
asked a member.
"Dat, my brudder,"
said the preacher,"
ready to end verything
in the swirling waters
below. A policeman
came along and induced
the man to talk things
over. Shortly after
both returned to the
bridge and jumped off
the appearance of your
Fi hing season starts
m April, on the first
in some counties. Won
der if it has anything to
do with April Fools
home. Is your home
smiling ot 'iowning'
A railing home means
happy families. We
have some ideas along
this line. Drop in or
call us for remodeling
building, and good ideas.
Fresh Every Day
Home Town Bread
Cakes, Cookies, Pastries
AsK Your Dealer
Klamath Falls Building permit
issued by A. L. Rice for erection of
$10,000 bungalow court apartment
Shoe Repairing Well
, Bring in the old Shoes
E. A. CYR, Poprfetor.
Your Watch Haywire?
If it is not doing: its work
bring it to The Times office
and Mr. Semmes will send
GUY A. POUND
Sucmmur to U. Lindquist
THE DALLES . . OREGON
339 E. Second St.
The Dalles. Ore.
fit thc spring needs for
April 3, 1930.
Say, did you sea
page 36 of the April
issuo of the Sunset
magazine? - Just iht
kind of a kitchen a wo
man wants. New built
in cupboards and con
venience: just like wa
will show you.
Another - carload of
best lumber came in
last night Get your
needed lumber no.
Mothers Day in only
a few weeks off. How
about fixing up tha
place for her? The kit
chen, bed room, or
some other remodeling.
Or a piece of lawn
furniture for her gar
den. Dad had his day on
the fifteenth of March
when he paid the In
for de mess
all." Keep up
The Dalles, Oregon.- Phone 35-J
Mr. and Mra. Charles Crofoot
W. B. Sloan