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THE MAUPIK TIMES
Thursday Aura t 22. 1020
Tri Mannin Timp.
4Ue iUaupia UUICS
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER
C W. Semmea, Editor
C. W. Seminal and E. R. StnnM
Published every Thursday at
Subscription: OneJear, $1.60; tlx
month. 11.00; three months, 60cts.
Entered as second class mail mat- the past several months, has return
ter SeDU-mber 8. 1414, at the post-'ed to his home on Juniper Flat.
of ike at Maupin, Oreon, undr the
Act of March 8, 1876.
-RED LIPS" BILL FOR
SUNDAY NIGHT NFXT
Collet PIr That Show Speedy
School Life of Today Chat.
Rogers ia Lead
The college play, "Red Lips," will
be the attraction offered by Man-!
ager Miller on next Sunday night
The story tells of life at college as
it is today and is a rolicking drama,
full of fire and pathos, mixed with
comedy appealing to all.
The tendency of girls and boy:
of today to vie with each other in
the pursuit of pleasure is touched j nw Ford stock car which is mak
upon wth accurate psychology in in a circuit from Phenix, Arizona,
"Red Lips," Universal picture of ias in Maupin several hours on Tues-ultra-modern
college youth with j day. The drivers of the car took
Charles Rogers and Marian Nixon in . Pans o explain the wonderful ac
the starring roles, complishment of the car while on
The picture presents the contract j'he riP- They claim the car is
of a youth of unusually high ideals . making 234 miW to the gallon of
who falls in love with a girl whose ' P83 ard that it has worked in
philosophy of life is of the most ' perfect manner since starting out.
extremely modern type. Ihey are
both of college age, the susceptible
period, and the girl's love of
pleasure exert a marked influence
on her companion. Cynthia and
Buddy are saved from themselves
when the boy's room-mate takes a
Youth has been depicted on the
screen with real truth in "Red Lips"
according to critics. Director Mel
ville Brown has set the glamorous
ide of college and university life ,
before screen audiences with sincere
"Red Lips" is from a story by
Fercy Marks, arthor of "The Plastic
Age," sensational college-life novel
of last sea on.
The next show will be on Septem
ber 8, at which time "The Shake
down" will be the bill.
Caton at Enterprise
'After looking around for a loca
tion A. E. Caton and wife have
finally settled at Enterpri e, where
they are conducting the Hotel
Gotter. Mr. Caton writes The
Times that his wife and he crave the
paper and asked that it be sent to
him there. He also says that, fish
ing at Enterprise is good, some nice
catcher, of big trout having been
made in both lakes and rivers.
Under Surgeon's Knife
Erne t Confer took his little son,
Merle, to The Dalles on Sunday, and
with him was Frank Dyer and wife
and Mrs. Geo. Cunningham and
children, Lee and Eleanore. While
Bt the county seat the two boys
were relieve) of bothtriiig tonsils
and Mrs. Dj-ar cuutioned about his
Boy's Foot Injured
While riding horseback on his
father't; ranch last Monday the son
of Don Stogsdill had his right foot
badly cut by the horse rubbing
against a post. The lad was brought
to Maupin and Dr. Elwood took six
stitches to close the wound, which
was in triangular shape and open to
to the bone.
Has BIod Poisoning
While in the mountains recently
Mrs. George Cunningham was so un
fortunate as to suffer a number of
burns from flying grease, some of
the drops striking her on the arms
and face. The wor.t burn occurred
- MACK'S CAFE
Where Maupinitet receive Service coupled with Courtesy and Eatt
the Best on the Market. Try this Cafe when in The Dalles again.
Crandall Undertaking Co.
t In order that we may serve you better, at the
time our services are needed, we have a representa
tive in your neighborhood whom you mqy call.
Maupin Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crofoot
Wapinitia Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ward
Wamic Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Magill
Tygh Valley Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sloan
CRANDALL UNDERTAKING GO.
The Dalles, Ore. Phone 35-J Lady Assistants
ou one foot- Sh pplieJ local
'treatment to the burn, but since
,hen th sfar has "fused heal
with the result that infection now
j affects the member. Mrs. Cunning
ham suffers much pain from the
wound, which seems to be spreading
all over her foot.
Dec Wood.id. Back
Dee Woodvde, who has been on
tne fcTaiuj W(ikitern racing circuit for
Dee di posed of nearly all his racing
: horses, bringing home with him but ,
jthe Mays mare and one other gal
iloper. He will begin fitting some of
His colu, now n pasture at the
ranch, for the coming races at the
Nursing Aching Jaw I
Lester Kelly Is in anything but a
pleasant frame of mind the. e days.
He recently had several teeth ex-
tracted and the consequent inflam
mation and accompanying pain,
greatly upstes his otherwise pleasant
"Poems Flyer" Here
The much heralded "Phenix Flyer"
Will Make Circuit
After the races are run at the
coming fair Wallace Conley will take
hi string of horses to Moro for the
fair at the place. Then he will go
to Condon, Goldendale and after
that neet will go to the Valley, ap
pearing at Gresham for the races at
Multnomah county fair. Wallace
has some new horses and has been
fitting them on the Tygh Valley
track until they are now in the best
Little Girl Conraletcing
Little Patsy Fraley, who has been
under the doctor's care the past 14
days will be released from quaran
tine today. She had a mild attack
of smallpox and has stood confine
ment like a little martyr.
Labor Day at Albany will be the
time when twins of this state will
gather in competition. Many en
tries have so f.r beer, made 1 150 pairs
already having registered. Among
them will be twin brothers, W. W.
and W. R. Miller, coming from Curry
county, who were born in Marion
county before Oregon was admitted
into the Union.
Lost Some Cuticle
Kelly Cyr is limping with a flat
wheel these days. While watching
a couple of pheasants near the slaugh-
', ter hou9 Monday evening Kelly
inadvertently stepped through a hole
' in a walk, badly scraping hh right
'leg and tearing his pants beyond re
Will Show Foxes
W. H. Williams Ls preparing a
pair of young foxes for exposition
at the comng fair. Bill has groomed
the fur bearers until their coats
shine like a nigger's heel and by
showing them at the fair will do a
stroke of advertising that may aid
the fox growing business couidcr
ably. Boy Scouts Will Exhibit
Maupin troop of Boy Scoutc will
make a general exhibit of fruit,
vegetables, grains arid grasses at the
next week's county fair. The scouts
have been indefatigable in prepar
ing their exhibits and by making
such at the coining fair will mark
a new feature in youthful showings.
Old Settler Die
Milton Wing, one of the oldest
settlers of the Wamic section, died
at his home near that place Tuesday
afternoon. Mr. Wing had been ill
for some time, he suffering from the
infirmaties of old age, and his
death was not unexpected. Funer
al was held at Wamic today with in
terment in the Wamic cemetery.
Attended Stockholders' Meeting
L. C. Wilhelm vent to The Dalles
thb morning and there will attend
a meeting of the stockholders of the
Clarno Basin Oil company. The
company is progressing in drilling a
well at Clarno, and the prospects of
striking oil appear to brighten as the
drill goes down.
Scout To Ollatie
Maupin's troop of Boy Scouts will
go to Ollnlie lake Saturday and
spend the night there on an outing.
They will be taken to the lake by
volunteer truckmen, and will be ac
companied by several non-members
of the troop.
LaLasine, the famous French anti
septic good for all purposa-.
Thirty-five cent at the Maupin
NEW MOTOR LAW BOOK
JUST OFF THE PRESS
Contains Information of Interest to
All Auto Owners, Drivers and
Secretary of State, Hal Hoss, has
sent The Times a copy of the 1929
1930 compilation of the motor ve
hicle laws, which has just come off
The volume contains not only the
laws which are in effect at this
time, but also those which become
operative the first of next year.
This is .pecially applicable to the
schedule of fees for the period
commencing January 1, 1930. In
fact the booklet contains all infor
mation regarding motor vehicle
aws enacted by the state legislature,
taking each subject in order.
A table of weights and license
fees contained in the front of the
booklet, this of it' elf being invalu
able reference to auto owners and
payers of licenses.
Copies of the book may be had
by addressing Mr. Hoss at Salem.
BE CAREFUL WHEN DRIVING,
Safe Handling of Autos Reduces
Appalling Casualty List
Motor Commissioner R. B.
Stoeckel of Connecticut belives that
constant education of drivers in safe
practices will be the greatest factor
in reducing the nppallng casualty list
from automobile accidents.
He holds that no person enn be
a good driver unless "he thinks
about his driving every moment that
he is out." He must regard every
one he meets on the road is a
"potential trouble maker." Calm
ness in driving he holds to be more
important than "perfert ability to
handle the wheel."
Automobile accidents show a 10
per cfnt increase this year over the
year 1028. Attributable causes arc
many and varied but it cannot he
disputed that carefulness on the
part of all concerned would avert at
leant 90 per wnt of them. The
PREPARING ALFALFA SEED
Poor Stands Attributed to Faulty
Preparation of Soil
Many failures of alfalfa stands
are due to a poorly prepared seed
bed. The ideal seedbed is a well
settled subsurface with a fine sur
face that is loose to a depth of two
inches. The bis t plan is to plow in
the fall, disk in the spring, and har
how occnsonally to keep down
weeds until sowing time. Where
the land has not been plowed in the
fall, it should be broken several
weeks before sowing, and the. soil
diked and harrowed frequently to
tettle the bed. A "cultipacker" is
of help in getting the soil into con
dition. For late-summer of early
fall sowing land that has been in
such crops as early potatoes, peas,
or sweet corn can be prepared by
removing the vines or stalka and
harrowing. In general, rod land is
not recommended for alfalfa, but
where it seems advisable for some
reason to put the alfalfa on clover
sod, the land should be plowed as
soon as the crop is removed and
thoroughly disked and harrowed to
make a firm, fine seedbed.
Ladino clover pa turc on Wapato
silty clay loam soil is being irrigated
with a gravity ditch by tho strip
border method and giving very
large returns on the experiment sta
tion farm. A carrying capacity of
over three cows to an acre is report
ed. The j asture is divided into three
lots of four acres act for rotation
An abundance of clean, cool
water is important for the poultry
flock during hot weather, says the
Oregon experiment station.
If plenty of range is available for
tkse growing pullets, both the grain
a'mt ma h can be fed in hoppers
without danger of over-feeding.
Now In Effect
OREGON TRUNK RY.
Portland, Vancouver, Wishram, and
Tickets on sale daily August
25 to November 30.
30 Day Return Limit
HOUND TRIP FAKES
Bend $6 10
Reduced Fares to Other Points
Train., leave Northbound for Port
land nt 1:10 a. m. daily.
Southbound for Fend at 2:33 a m.
Full information of
E. W. GRIFUN
L. S. DAVIS
Trav. Psgr. Agent
Long Distant Hauling A Specially
ELZA O. DERTHICK
Call Maupin Drug Store
Callaway Funeral Chapel
The Dalles, Ore.
We carry a complete line of Caskets
Owing to ray inability to
I. 0. 0. P. HALL,
TYGH VALLEY, OREGON
I have made arrangements to occupy the I
and will sho wthere Friday and Saturday evenings,
August 30-31. Watch
GEORGE MILLER, Manager
Chiloquin School Hearing final
Bly .100,000,000 feet of pine
timber southwest of lure sold.
Of Meeting f Board of Equalisa
tion for Wasco County Slate of
To the Taxpayers of Wasco county,
Notice is hereby given that the
Board of Equalization tor Wasco
county, State of Oregon will attend
at the County Court room of Wa-ico
county court house, State of Oregon,
on the econd Monday in September,
being the lth day thereof, at
10 o'clock a. m. publicly the
assessment roots and correct all
errors in valuation, description
or qualities of lands, lots or other
property asses ed by the under
signed for tho year VJ'i'.t. The
tax-law states in part that it
shall be the duty of all per
in session thereof.
WILL L. DOl'D,
A15-S5. Wasco County Assessor.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The undersigned having been ap
pointed by the County Court of the
State of Oregon, for Wasco County,
administrator of the estate of W. W.
Low, deceased, notice is iicivhy given
to all persons having claims against
said deceased to present them, veri
fied as required by law, six months
after the first publication of this
notice to me at 502 Hank BMg.,
The Dulles, Oregon.
Dated August 5. 19L'..
Gavin & Gavin,
Attorneys for Estate. AH-2'.I
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department Of The Interior
U. S, Land Office at 'lhc Dalles,
Oregon, July 29. 1021).
Notice is hereby given that
Elenia Zimmer, formely Eleni Con
nlly, of II 16th street, Longview,
Washington, who, on July 2i, 1U20,
made homestead entry, act December
2J, 11)1(5, No. 01 GO 17, for SKVi
SW'.i, SWliSK'i, Sec. 10, SE',4
NW',4, K4SWU, See.' 11, NW K
NE4, Sec. 15 ENWU. S-c. 2:1
Township 4, S., Range M, E., Will
amette meridian, has filed notice of
intention to make final threo year
proof, to establish claim to the land
abwve described, before Register
United State. Land Office, at The
Dalles. Oregon, on the 2 lrd day of
Clnimnnt nnmes as witnesses: A.
J. Connolly, of Maupin, Orngon, John
Foley, of Maupin, Oregon, Peter E.
Conroy, of Shaniko, Oregon, Thomas
Faherty, of The Dalles, Oregon.
A 1-29 J. W. DONELLV, Reg.
Wm. A. SHORT
secure the dates of the fair
tor bills announcing pro- J
FOR SALE High grade piano near
Maupin. Will nacrifice for quick
sale. Tallman Piano Store, Salem
FOR SALE Sherman reaUurant,
meat market and gasoline station
at Shuuiko. If interested in a
real bttrcuin write or call Mr. M.
Pullm, Siianiko, Oregon. 40-tl
FOR SALE 00 cords of wood.In
quire of C. U Coonrad, Wamic.
HOME FOR SALE Attractive
hwme just outside city limits on
main road. Seven-room hou t, six
acres land in fruit and alfalfa.
Abundant e of good water, pumped
by electricity. Write or call Mrs.
Sue M. Morris, The Dalles, Ore.
I. O. O. F.
Lodgn No. 208, Maupin, Oregon
meets every Saturday night In I. O.
0, F. hall. Visiting members always
Willard Cunningham, SI G.
Kvtntt Hazm, Secretary
Dr. WM. KENNEDY
First National Bank Bldg.
The Dalles, Oregoa
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If it ia not doing its work
brinif it to The Times office
and Mr. Semmes will send
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