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Tiuraday November 14, 192?.
THE MAUPIN TIMES
The 'Maupin Times
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER
r 1 1 i . i I, m
C W. Semmes, Editor
C. W. StmtnN and E. R. SirnuN
ENTERPRISE i!S ENTERPRISE
Published every Thursday at
Subscription: One ynr, $1.60; tix
months, fl.uO; thre Tenths, 5 Oct.
Entered aa second elasj mail mut
ter September 8, 19 U, at the post
el &o at Maupin, Oreon, nndr the
Act of March g, 1876.
The Oregon City Enterprise show
ed real entereprWe hut week by pub
lishing a mammoth edition of that
paper. Every industry connected
with or adjacent to Oregon City was
mentioned in the issue, aa well as
write ups of prominent citizens,
pioneer settlers, early history and in
innumerable topics of intern tin
facts pertaining to one of the earl-
! kst formed coniunitiea in Oregon.
I The issue waa well printed, pro
1 fusely illustrated and evidenced the
thoroughness and competency of
At DOCHERTY- POWERS'
A Closing Out Sale of
Winter is creeping cn apace and with its
conies the need of warm Blankets and Comforts. We
have a good supply of those commodities on hand,
and to lessen the stock have made drastic reduc
tions in price all along the line. These goods are
first elate make and material. Each one mentioned
below will make an attractive addition to your bed
covering and wil be found effective in holding in
the heat Come in and see them when next in The
Large size Double Cotton
plaid patterns, for
a few days only
Mixed Wool Blanket, double full size, heavy weight,
your choice of 5 attractive color combi- fli Qr
nations, 66x80 size.
Full 50 per cent Wool Mixed Blanket, guaranteed
weight and quality, fancy plaids,
sateen bound, for special sale
Part Wool Nashua Single Blanket, 66x80 size,
solid colors, sateen bound, choice of no
lavender, peach, blue and green tpleiO
Cotton Filled Comforts, 100 per cent ne wcotton
filling closely stitched, pretty art (J Q QK
ticking. This is a bargain at J)Ott0
17 in. by 24 in. Feather Pillows, good
grade, art ticking ,
Quilted Cotton Mattress Covers, heavy material,
Single Qr Full tfo or
size tp.tU siZe 4)0. OO
Buy Now; Save Money
Third and Washington Streets, The Dalles
the editorial and printorial force of
the Enterprise. Publisher Brodie
has no excu.es to offer for the edi
tion, as it waa one of the best yet
to be published in the west.
Crane Central Oregon Telephone
Company installed new switchboard
at central office in this city.
Joseph Newly tonstrucUd plant
at this place dedicated recently.
Notice of Scliool Meeting
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the legal voter of School District No.
84, of Wasco county, State of Oregon, that a School Meeting of said dis
trict will be held at High school, on the 25th day of November, 102'J, at
2:3$ o'clock in the afternoon for the purpo e of disowning the budnvt
hereinafter aet out with the levying hoard, and to rote on the proportion
of levying a apeciul district tux.
The total amount of money needed by tho school district during th
fiscal year beginning on June 16. 1S0, and ending June 16, 1931, is esti
mated in the following budget and Includes the amounts to be received
from the county school fund, 6tate school fund, elementary chool fund,
special district tax, and all other moneys of the district
Whea th budget mealing it held in connection with tho annas! school
mooting, tho following provision of taction 232, School Laws 1929,
should bo observed: "Until tho ballot aro counted at Imj one boa
aftor th time lt for tho moatinf in district of th second and third
classes, any legal voter of th district ehll ho entitled to vol npon any
matters before th mooting."
Estimated Receipts - -
2. From county school fund $ 891.00
3. From state school fund 154.44
4. From elementary school fund 1600.00
6. From tuition for pupils below high school 275.00
7. From county high school tuition fund for
tuition and ransportation 4906.51
10. Total estimated rceipti (items 1 to 9, inc.) $ 7930.05
! GENERAL CONTROL
1. Poraonal service:
The Ladies Aid cafeteria supper
at th Maupin cafe Saturday even
ing promt: ea io be the event of tho
season in Aid circles. The members
have been busy concocting delicatas
sen dishes for the feed and when
time cornea for the meal there will
be dishes of all description Imd out
to tempt the appetie:i of the many
who will attend. The kindnra of
Mr. and MY. Shearvr in donating
the Ufi of their kitchen and din
ing room with the necessary accout
rement wll be greatly apprecated
by the members of the Aid.
and Addle Wray "snapped" them.
! Among thorn were eight coyote, three
!kuuk, one bobcat and on badger
Has New Studebaker -
''Kelly" Cyr is now numbered
among thoao 11t who enjoy riding
I In and owning a Htudebaker car.
i Kelly traded his Chewy in on th
8tiidy and he ia now sitting as
i straight aa a regular chauffeur at
the wheel of his new ear.
Fin Fur Diply
R. C. Fulkerson brought In a
tiumber of pelts of predatory ani
mals he had taken lately. He dis
played them on the drug store fence
Down From Trutmn's
J. It. McMillan, who haa Wan
nursing Troutman'a aherp flocks
during the pat aea on, has coma
down from the ranch and wll so
journ In Maupin for the winter. Mac
has put In a long season and la en-
! titled to the rest he will now take.
(3) Stenographer and other office assistants
(5) Other services
3. Elections and publicity .:
4 Legal service (clerk's bond, audit, etc.)
& Total Esp'eme of General Control $
1. INSTRUCTION S upervitioo
(2) Principals f
6. Total Eapente, Suporvisioai $
III. INSTRUCTION Teaching
(1) Teachers, Eele $5,265 H. S. $3,225 $ 8,490.00
i Supplies (chalk, paper, etc) 200.00
3. Textbooks (desk copies and indigents) 200.00
3. Total Expent of Teaching $ fc.eitO.OO
IV. OPERATION OF PLANT
(1) Janitors and other employes f
"2. Janitors' supplies
4. Light and power ..
7. Other expense of operation -
8. Total Expent of Operation - $
V. MAINTENANCE ft REPAIRS
1. Repair and replacement of furniture and equipment $
2 Repair and maintenance of buildings and grounds
3. Other expense of maintenance and repairs
4. Total Expense of Maintenance and Bepairs
VI. AUXILIARY AGENCIES
1. Library: . .
(2) Library book3 j 1 $
.......3. Transporation of pupils:.
(1) Personal service : ,
5. Total Expense of Auxiliary Ageaci,
VII. FIXED CHARGES
1. Insurance $
4. Other fixed charges. !
5. Total Fixed Charges .. $
VII. CAPITAL OUTLAYS
(i) : $
7- Total Capital Outlays $
1 - - - I
3. Total Emergency $
Total estimated expenses for the year 1 $ 16,065.00
(sums of Items 1-6, II-5, III-6, IV-8.V.4, Vl-5, VII-5
VIII-7, IX-0, X-3)
Total estimated receipts, not hcludinjr proposed tax 7,00.1 5
Balance, amount to be raised by district tax 7,134.06
Summary of Estimated Expenditures
For school year from Junf 16, 1930P to June 16, 1931
Personal service sum of l.l-(l), (2), (3), (4), -(5); 11-1(1). (2), (3),
(4); III-l-(l), (2), (3), (4); IV-l-(l), (2), (3); VM-(l), 2-(l), 3
'1), 4-(l) . : $ 11,816.00
Supplies 1-2; II-2; III-2; IV-2; VM-(3), 2-(2), 3 (2). 4 (2) .. 375.00
Maintenance and rpnnira V.1-9.3 7K0.00
Miscellaneous sum of 1-3, 4, 6; IL-3, 4; III-3, 4, 5; IV-3, 4, 5, 6, 7; VM-(2)
3-(3),4-(3). (4); VIM, 2, 3, 4; VIII-4, 6r6 .... 1,625.00
Emergency X-1,2 . 600.00
Total , $ 16,065.00
Dated this 4th day of November, 1929.
Attest JI. R. KAISER
Blanche E. Hedin, District Gterk Chairman, .Board of Directors.
4tBLi Art.- ;r t ' -h.kw
U. S. Peerless
29x4.75 , $8.35
30x6.00 , $12.50
30x310 Reg $5.00
30x3'2 Extra $5.75
BHiuxiiJiiiHmmiiiii nun.. jnt
MELD' ELECTION AND PROCRAM
Shady ffirook Grangv Chooses Nw
Offie;rs for EntJLning Term
Last Saturday eveniiVi November
9, the members of Sl'wly Brook
Grange nuet in regular siWsion. The
principal business of thfit meeting
was election of officers fpr the en
suling term, those being eioscn be
Marter -Mrs. Mamie Kflrlen.
Overseer E. Jones.
Lccturtr Mrs. E. Jones.
Steward Fred Covey.
Asst. Steward Edgar Taylor.
ChaplainMrs. Lillic Rybrick,
Treasurer-. -E. Kiirlen.
v Sccretary-i -James Smith.
Gate Kecpjcr Gus Balzer.
Ceres Rachel McCorklc,
Pomona Itlrs. Mamie McCarkle.
Flora Mrs. Gun Balzcr.
Lady A6st. Steward MIsb Jortcs.
A program consisting of a tablotui
appropriate t Armistic Day wa
given and a supper was served at
the close of the Grange meeting.
Shady Brook Grange is one of the
live farmers', organizations in this
neighborhood and each member takes
it upon himnclf to sec that the work
of the ordor is furthered at evory
opportunity. Nearly every rancher
of the Shady Brook section, with
Ask the Banker He Knows
If you have money for investment and desire to
know the best place to place it, askyourbanker he
If you have valuable papers you wish to preserve
and have no secure place at home ask your banker
If you wish to secure yourself against loss by fire
and wish to get a policy in an acceptable insurance
company, ask your banker- he knows.
If you desire to send money away and want to
make sure it will reach the one intended, ask your
In fact, when you seek knowledge regarding any
thing financial, ask your bankerhe knows.
We are here to serve you in any capacity connect
with conservative banking. Ask us about it, we
Maupin State Bank
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Callaway Funeral Chapel
The Dalles, Ore.
We carry a complete line of Casket
their wives and eligible children, Ik a
member and all arc din a iru-at
work for the building up i f that
OREGON NEWS NOTES
Crater Lake rians under way for
construction of modern hiifh stand
ard highway around Crutcr Lake
Grand Rondo State highway
commi sion established business fin
Condon North half of Dunn
building on lower Main ttrect chang
Condon Red Cross drug store
moved into remodeled quarters in
south half of Dunn building.
A sharp carving knife with groat-
ly faciliatc rapid serving of the
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tho undersigned having been ap
pointed by the county court of the
State of Oregon for Wasco coun
ty, Executor of the cftatc of I). C.
Wiglc, deceased, notice is hereby
given to all persons having claims
against said deceased to present
them, verified as required by law,
rix months after the first publica
tion of this notice to me at office
of Gavin & Gavin, my attorneys, in
The Dalles, Oregon.
James E. Taylor, Executor.
Dated November 12, 1929.
i. o. o. r.
Lodgo No. 20, Maupin, Oregoa
meets evory Saturday night In I. 0.
0. F. hall. Visiting member always
Willard Cunningham, Nl G.
Everett Hazen, Secretary
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