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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (April 23, 1915)
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VOL. 1, NO. 23
MAUPIN, SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, ORECON. APRTL 23, 19 15
CAN NOT BE BEAT
lkj Soda Fountain :PRftI
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A word to the fishermsn is
sufficient. Daschates! The De
se. utes and the big Doily Varden
are synonyms. Arriving at
Maupia you may divest yourself
of all the cramped city habit?
uid plunge into the vast area of
country life and enjoy the free
do: i that is known only to those
who live away from the buza aVid
hum of the city,
There is no rarer sport than
hooking one of the big trout of
;he Deschutes, measuring from
2 to nearly 00 inches, and get
.Lghimto land. They are the
earnest fish you ever angled for k
and one trip here means another
.he following year.
The Deschutes river is knows
r never to lower or raise so that it
is noticableand the large amount
of water, its swift current, and
.sharp turns form many little
eddies where you may see thara
any clay drawing- out any numb
er of the finny tribe.
ricmeraber wlien planning for
an outing make your preparations
for a stay at "Muupin on the
E. ,1. Styer has just installed a'
fine up-t)-date soda fountain and,
fixtures. With a marble to;jj
counter and the other arrange- i
rnents ior sanitation he will soon
be putting out ice cream and ,iai'J Ohio, an oil and coal ex
coda waters of ali kinds in a way pert of i!0 years' experience
j Farewell Sermon
PREDICTED FOR WASLO
THE YEAR $1.50
ilB liG l '
Dr. Wili. iir JLaatiugs cf Cie
, who is making a tou; of the west
?n the interest of eastern capital
; Sunday, April Z He and his; .
I famiiy will socn leave to take up
:.v Ut U.e Ush' test" Uieir residence in rt'iliamettcl L M- Simpson of Spokcce.
ine expert explained that thejva);0 Mr. Welter will rrteml i a.anager of the Deschutes Power
basir test is the burning of theiih(1 ,.nnrv,,.om, !lt p.,,.,!.,,,,-! A
gas and oil on top of the sump
barret in which the cuttings
from the bottom of the well are
that will be a relief from tha ol
I li to rtfOTtn int f o '.- a riiwi r. f
tho or that will .,-Hvo fnJ'v- asiocmaa, .n- , emptied. The right kind of a
tin's S.uwday base ball paie. jvestigated .the property of the! 'it ash' test, ha - said, wouid indi-
"1 !I!oavi3-May -oil cornpany at I)u- j cale the near presence of larjre
ft:r last week. lis investigation j Uin of gas and oil. and declar
of the property was for Poriiand m.t1 that the Ceavis-M.iy well
capitalists who pavt' the right test. He said:
Sundav between the Oufur tea rn . co n re - ti p .8 1 o imwnig meaey :n , lne color or tne on secured
and tlreYttitpiM uiuc. l!oi;laeaH.s!t,,e Project. in J he tost iB chocolate, which
have beca pracustng up. and will Inan interview with the! wouid indicate a iiigh grad.
iironicie yesterday, Dr, .itcst-i'lhe ngnv km ot oil sands are
Ball Gams &im!m
Tht-r toMI a i!t and Cuhfot'iiis
the 3th of May at which time he
will learn the exact location
where they will' make their fu
While here i have nuule
many waj,mi Iriends who are sor
company, of Oiine Falls, was a
business visitor here yesterday.
Mr. Simpson rates that their
property is located in the midst
of the ;ro!d excitement in centra'
On-flon. He states: ' It is. not
a case of knowing- whether the
'ive a good game. Don' t fail tc
attend and root for your team.
ami 98 per cent punctuality.
The roil of aonor l;i Uie present
mouth is: Beulali Wtlui, Violet
Miller, Nellie Stump, Willie Van.
deipool, Louis Emmons, primary
room: Iawience Hnrphan, Lewis
May hew, Feme Mayhfcw, Paul
Welter, Willie MeClure', Olive
Turner, William Stump, George
Thi report to County Supt, Bou
nty for month eaJinp; April 16
shows: .Total caroiltnuut ,53; aver
ae tnrollaieut 41 , irtmi;-: .O.e.Iy
' .tiiduney i j.j-.'cv.t-. vi tanli.K.'"!
35; pr cent of aiteadaor-e 9 At
tendance of go per cent is excel
lout, but punctuality of only y s is
poor. Just a few families need to
.start their children about ten r.iin
( ' ?s eai iier. A '.'.Standard" school
must have 92 per cent attend nee
Helen L,ockJ was a visitor Tuss
Tiie Literary Society' tjuestioi)
ry to mse them ami , i!l wish ; is.t,K rcMr noL It is there
them joy and success in their
Celebrate May Five
ing3 was emphatic in his declara
tion th.-.t there is every indica
tion of oil at the Dufur property
and 'he 3tated hois willing that
presem and the only thing nec
essary, I beheve, to make this
an oil producing country is tc
Jri!i deeper, and I believe that
The time is pro win r near for
the big Celilo Canal Celebration,
Wednesday, May 5th. You
anyone doubting his statement j not much of that will have to be should make flrrangvnienta to
should investigate his ability and j done. I have adv ised Mr. Beavis J attend the opening at The Dalles
reliability in tho matter of judg- j that iiot'iing- more should be on that date.
,',,ry nil nn.l ,,,-v,i -,.-Ar, .t., VJo I ,Wo i.i-.f-,.. I,, ft,, ,,-all II i - , .
J'"!.'-ia. "ciu'cii, until tui. u "i lire men , UltiH 1)1 CDai iltlOtla Ht'C l)ell!t'
is shut out.': .made at The Dalles to take care
Woric has been stopped until i of the large crowd that will as-1
staled he thoroughly investigat
ed the surface indications all
over the Eight Mile distn'ct and ! the advice of
as has been demonstrated by
hundreds of assays made by as
surers nil ovi.t the United States,
but it is a case of saving the
jrold." It is very tine "Hour''
mld and is said to be entreniely
hard to save, However, the.
company operating in the region
claims to have perfected a pro
ecus which will save a great per
gaming trie anuttmg out ot the. Idaho, Washington and Crcgcn
wster. can be followed. i ,
Dr. Hastings i not financially
imlJ- declare! them to be eciual to
those of the-Pennsylvania :md
West Virginia oil fields.
"I put the Beavis-May well tiiiite'rusted in the neavis-iViavL
J1r rli-hiep nps-l l.S t i a v . ic lit il.i I 1 1 J? ,1. A ....... 1 - f ' 1 ; . ' n i ..... n . i ; .'Cr
"-"' " 01 lnv leals Aiiown. saio. nr.
enpitat punishment in the I nittd Heatings, "and 1 ta;md that ev
States bsftbutisficd' cry - indication Is that there is
Ruby F.r.?e'.i, absent in the I now seepage oil present and that
Wilhvretle valley since i;c5t fnll, 1 the b-i t mu?t be chiso to the
t.;;au vhool here .-"'du last Wed-; main body of oil. We tested the
r.ct'u'iy. ,cutnga ani watfr rrom the well ot prospecting ior the deposits, ;
Mftupin is iii s.-tion 3;, T 4 c jand found they responded readi-1 of 0 1 thought to be there.
Tt t:l'. :i:u! :ic tir-.ent uf V,t 1 - ' . . 1 " it;
Ilaskins r-!semble from the three states,
Mr. and Mrs, L. C. Heneghan
were down in their big "Stude
b.iker Six" todav.
Hob Orabtree has. been busy
for several days builuing a house
for Win. Connolly on his ranch.
Ice Cream Sinday ;i
we'd. - Dalles Chronicle.
The ol! prospects spoken of;
above are close to the ground j
belonging to Mr and Mrs. W. H. j
Staats tb&t will soon have oil!
derrLks erected for the purpose!,.
Gee the line of hm- fahiion hats
i'dSVei by Mrs. ! ). Kl!P ,
j Duke Moad returned from The
ii- 1. 1 "Flat," today where he has been
. doing farm work.
Th'- !iliniiio;. price of the
Time, is i.,-:o per year. Just
Send hi Die monev stmt we will trv
to gi '. i)U iis full vmith.
Hood is in t T -f6. li o ot
Ry section lines, how fur are two
points ?part in a question some of!
the scholars -are considering. Ton
V.. j. Styer will Itr-rt the public
to ice cre.un Snn.hiv .
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The Dulles this week.
l-lioii Williiims was a btv-iie.:
pnj-i.tr.f'tr.a, . i'nr.;"
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Manufacturing Ccmpar.y and is low enough (or easy loading hut
high enough to avoid trouble. It has practically the f-asne
under-dearance as the Litchfield Standard Spreader Which has
been sold for years.
Come in and see for yourself thai there is nothing experi
mental er freakish about the Litchfield Down-Low Spreader.
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in their -r. 'M
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i;d Dr. i",Kvuoil was called Sunday,
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