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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 21, 1929)
ttuwdny November 21, 1923.
THE MA UP IN TIMES
Salem Gcrutruction progressing
steadily on state office building.
Dufur New grocery store will be
tpca for business in this town soon.
Notice of School Meeting
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the legal voters of School District No.
14, of V.'ctco county, State cf Oregon, that a School Meeting of said dis
trict wOl b held at High school, on the 26 th day of November, 1929, at
t:3 o'clock In the afternoon for the purpo.e of discussing the budget
ertraafter set out with the levying board, and to vote on the proposition
tX levying a special district tax.
The total amount of money needed by the school district during the
fiscal year beginning on June 16. 1920, and ending June 16, 1931, la esti
mated la the following budget and Includes the amounts to be received
from, the county school fund, state school fund, elementary vchool fund,
special district tax, and all other money of the district
WVeo. th budget meeting it held in connection with the annual school
Siiag, the following prevision of action 232, School Laws 1929,
Would be observed) "Until tha ballot era counted at least ona hour
altar tha time aat for tha meeting in dittricts of the second and third
alaeeae, any legal rotor of tha district shall ba entitled to vote upon any
attars before tha meeting."
Estimated Receipts -
From county school fund
Prom state school fund -
From elementary school fund .
From tuition for pupils below high school
From county high school tuition fund for
tuition and ransportation .......
, Total estimated receipts (itetus 1 to 9, inc.)
1. Personal services
(8) Stenographers aud other office assistants ...
(5) Other service ... ,
2. Supplies -
3. Elections and publicity .
'4 Legal service (clerk's bond, audit, etc.)
6, Total Expanse of General Control f
a. INSTRUCTION Supervision
(2) Principals $
5. Total Expense, Supervision
HI. INSTRUCTION Teaching
(1) Teachers, Eele. .$5,265
2 Supplies (chalk, paper, etc.)
3. Textbooks (desk copies and
(i. Total Expense of Teaching...
IV. OPERATION OF PLANT
(1) Janitors and other employes I
"t. Janitors' supplier,
Light and power
Other expense of operation
Total Expanse of Operation
V. MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
1. Repair and replacement of furniture and equipment $
"2 I.tpair and maintenance of buildings and grounds
3. Other expense of maintenance and repairs
4. lo.rJ Expense of Maintenance and Repair
VI. AUXILIARY AGENCIES
(2) Library books - $
.......3. Transporation of pupils:
1) Personal service -
j. Total Expanse of Auxiliary Agencie, $
v'il. FIXED CHARGES
4. Other fixed charges.
(1) - - -
5. Total Fixed Charges . ,... 8
VII. CAPITAL OUTLAYS
7- Total Capital Outlays - - I
3. Total Emergency 8
Total animated tKn
: ,. - : r ji:.""z '
tsums oi nems l-o, u-o, m-a, lv -
Vni-7, IX-9, X-3)
Total .estimated receipts, not including proposed tax $ 7,930.95 !
o.i . . , . , . ....... ii in ns
m( suivuBi ie oe riea oy aisi'ici iax a
Summary of Estimated Expenditures
For school year from June 16, 1930, to June 16, 1931 Wood Matter Settlrd
Personal service sum of l-l-(l), (2), (3), (4), (5); 11-1(1). (2), (3),j The matter cf the ownership of
(4); IH-l.(l), (2), (3), (4); IV-l-(l), (2), (3); VH-(l), 2-(l), 8jthe timbers and phnking salvaged
-(1), 4-(l), 11,815.00 from the old bridj;? has been settled,
Suppliea 1-2; II-2; III-2; IV-2; VI-l-(3), 2-(2), 3 (2), 4 (2) 375.00 . Johnny Williams claim to owner-
Xabrtertanee and repain V-l-2-3 - 760.00 tnjp having been confirmed by the
Miscellaneous sum of 1-3, 4, 6; EI-3, 4; III-3, 4, ; IV-3, i, E, 6, 7; VI-l-(2) county court. Th: parties who said
3 (3),4-(3), (4); VII-1, 2, 3, 4; VIII-4,
Dated this 4th day of November,
Blanche E. Hcdin, District Clerk
Now is the time to buy your
A. A. Cutter Bone Dry
Prices from $8.50-$17.50
Full line of shoes for all
204 & Second St.
Drain Construction will start
soon on Stage Terminal building.
Hood River Rialto Theater chang
H. S. $3,225 $ 8,490.00
.... .... .. ..
... i 15.0S5.00 !
it:"'"" ; w
8,v - 4, Vi-e, vu-o
5,-6 $ l.CZS.UU
- X 000.00
H, R. KAISER
Chairman, Board of Directors.
occupations and functions.
The Maupin Times
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER
C W. Sesames, Editor
C W. Semme and E. R. Seinine
Published every Thursday at
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months, $1.00; three Months, 60ct.
"Entered as second das, mail mat
ter September 8, 1914, at the poet
office at Maupin, Oreon, unJr the
Act of March 8, 1876.
Mrs. Julius Shepflin returned
Monday from a two weeks' visit with
( her daughter, Ella, at Portland. Mrs.
Shepflin has been In charge of the
cook house at Clear Lake for several
Stovall's cold treatment will get
that cold. Satisfaction guaranteed
or money refunded. Cold tablets
25 cents; cough ijrrup 75 cents, at
the Maupin Drug Store.
GROW ALFALFA HAY FOR COWS
Dairy Bureau Advi.es Dairymen to
Plant Mora Acreage
When alfalfa grows well it will
usually outyield any other legume.
It will make cheaper hay than a le
gume, which must be seeded every
year. Although exepriments have
shown that well-cured soybean hay
is equal in value to alfalfa for milk
production, it must be remembered
that soybean hay t not only likely
to be stemmy but is als0 more dif
ficult to cure than alfalfa. In view
of the success at the dairy cxperi
ment farm of the United States De -
partment of Agriculture at Belts- j of thc lar?er board P'nted a bright
ville, Md., in raising alfalfa on a'roJ and designed for child use.
heavy clay soil underlaid with an 1- Lincoln says he cannot make boards
most impervious sub oil, it is believed fltt enough to supply orders.
that alfalfa can be made t0 thrive j
On many soils often considered un- Ladies Aid Busy
suitable. Alfalfa makes such a good J The Maupin LsJies Aid met Tues
and cheap hay, according to the day afternoon and cut ont garments
Bureau of Dairy Industry, that for needy youngsters. Several gar
dairymen are urged to not give up ments were cut out and these will
the idea of raising alfalfa until con-! be put together at the aid rooms
vinced of its impracticability either; while others will be fabricated at
by trial or by consulting some reli-; the homes of and by the members.
Services at Wapinitia on Sunday
next will be a unified 'ervice of the
Sunday school and church service,'
opening at 10:00 o'clock with a
Thanksgiving sermon. We have a
good Sunday school. Come out and
help make it bettor. Roy Ward is
superintendent I am sure we will
find we have more to be thankful
for and help to make others so if
we come out to worship God at this
CLARK M. SMITH, Pa. tor.
Latch String Hanrs Out-
Rev. Parker writes The Times
from Manor, Washington, that Roy
I Batty and family visited at the:viccs were required to make it
rarK.er nome 851 ouay iur rur -
ays that the latch string at
the parsonage hangs on the outside
and that he and his wife are always
to welcome all friends from
Maupin and Juniper Flat.
they had purchr'?cd the lumber re
leased 'l claim to it.
Ranch Home Burned
The ranch home of Frank Hough
ton on Juniper Flat was entirely con
sumed with contents Saturday even
ing. Houghton and wife had been
to the timber after wood, using
Bruce Jotnweu s trucK. as tney
reached their home they wont in and
built a fire, then drove the truck to
Bothwell's. On their' return home
they discovered their house in ruins.
It is supposed a spark from a long
stovepipe started the fire.
The Legion Auxiliary will hold
a 500 card party at the hall on Sat
urday evening, the 23rd. Everyone
is invited and a good time guaran
teed. Tcbles will be on hand for
; all who dssirc to enter the tourna
Building Machinery Shed
Dee and Lloyd Woodside' have
been busy this week building a shed
in which to house their farm ma
chinery. The building is 24x30 feet
in size and has been constructed
with an idea of keeping all ttorms
off the machinery.
Bib Baby Girl
Dr. Elwood was called to the resi
dence of Virgil Mayfield Sunday
night and before he left had assisted
in bringing a fine eight-pound girl
to the Mayfield home All concern
ed are doing well, ;,
Will Open Tool Hall
Mac Ilolloman hits rented tha old
Matt Rusic building at Wapinitla
and next week will open same to
the public. Mac aims to keep a full
line of soft drinks, tobaccos, cigars
and confectionery. As he is per--onajly
popular and well konwn t0
all in this section it goes without
saying he will make a success of the
Some Improvement Noted
Wheat prices In the Pacific North
west advanced 6 cents to 7 cents per
bushel during last week, largely In
sympathy with the advance in East
ern markets, although there was
some improvement noted in the ex
port'' demand for flour, and several
parcels of both wheat and flour were
sold during the week to the Orient
from the Portland market. Mills
became more active buyers of wheat
as a result of the Increased flour
business. At the 1st of November
Big Bend Bluestem Hard White was
quoted at Portland at 81.34; No. 1
Soft and Western White t $1.22 H,
No. 1 Hard Winter, Northern Spring
and Western Red at $1.21 H sacked.
It seems that our boasted weather
is taking on a winter chill there
days. Tuesday morning the ther
mometer marked up a tally for 19
degrees. The same mark was reach
ed at The Dalles, while some Dufur
people claim that a below sero show
ing was made there.
Making Toy Boards
A. Lincoln Hartman seema to have
struck the right idea connected with
his improved ironing board. He is
busy at work constructing a large
! n"b of toy boards, exact replicas
jThe Aid haJ taken on new life and
i will soon again be a valuable ad
junct to the social circles of Mau-
Mabel: "He's so romantic. When
. ever he speaks to me, he starts,
JFair Lady.' "
Fogarty: "Shucks, there's noth-
ing romantic about that. That's
: just a force of habit. He used to
, be a street car conductor."
Ben Fraley carried both mail and
mailman Hartman to and from The
Dalles Tuesday evening and Wednes
day morning. Hartman's mail truck
got balky and trainer Schilling's ser-
1 nave itself again.
High School Notes
Richard Crabtree saw a 32-0 foot
ball game at The Dalles Armistice
Day, between The Dalles and Hood
River, the former having thc b;jr
cu' of the scure. He also shewed
for the fights at the auditorium
Saturday night where the "Pride of
Maupin" won his fight by a knock
eut in the first round.
A number of High school students
attended the Masquerade dance at
Tygh Valley Saturday night. Every-j
one had a real old time in a. beauti-j
fully decorated hall.
; Some students were busy chopping
hay and hauling wood over the week
Chas. Bothwell and Mr. Poling
!,wcnt trout fjshimj and caught coW(
besides the limit of trout.
Elton and Bo" celcbratied
Armistice ay in Portland.
PAGE, LINE AND PARAGRAPH
A Once-A-Wcek Service to Weeklies
Milk from tuberculosis cattle
should never be fed to other animate
without being heated at least to the
scalding temperature, or held at 145
degrees F, for 30 minutes.
In selecting a livestock 6ire there
are three main considerations to keep
in mind: the individuality of the
animal; his pedigree; and the per
formance of his progency. The re
cord of the progency is the most im
portant consideration, particularly in
choodng a dairy sire.
No dairy hord is well managed un
less a fairly accurate account is kept
of the quantity of feed consumed.
A convenient and practical way to
feed the grain is to use a cart, with
feeding charts of cards showing the
amount of feed for each cow. A
small blackboard can be attached
to the cart and the figures chalked
Safety In Our
there is no need for care or vililance or worry on
Considering this protection and the fact that you
can have a safe deposit box for a small sum, can
you afford not to have a safe deposit box? Can
you afford to worry when peace of mind can be had
Then come in now to arrange for your box.
Why not keep your valuables in a Safe Deposit
Box? Then you know that they are safe. Then
you know that those things which you cannot re
placethose contracts-thoso insurance policies
those heirlooms are safe from pilfeding thieves.
In our vaults your valuables are safe. They are
guarded day and night by every human ingenuity.
They are guarded by time locks-cold stecL And
Maupin State Bank
Callawa Funeral Chapel
The Dalles, Ore.
We carry a complete line of Caskets
on the board every two or three
days. A spring balance calc sus
pended above the cart on an arm Is
of great help. If the allowance of
tilage and hay Is weighed occasion
ally, the quantity can be measured
wi'h reasonable nrcimcy.
OREGON NEWS NOTES
Hood River First National bank
installed fire equipment.
Plans underway for expenditure
of approximately $250,000 by the
Oregon Lumber company in Hntoi
and Baker with view to increas.r.g
production of iwo plants approxi
mately 50 per cent.
Plans proposed for establishing
Yakima, Washington, Portland, Om.
Klamath Falls Construction of
swcr contracts for units No. 1 and
No. 2 of thc municipal sewer system
APPLES Newtowns, Jonathans,
Ortlcys, Baldwins. Good cookers,
good keepers. Now In storage at
Vandcrpool & Stoughton.
SHEEP FOR SALE Three hundred
head of sheep from one to five
years of age; two hundred old
ewes for sale by Ernest Troutmnn.
Will make early delivery of all
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The undersigned having been ap
pointed by the county court of tho
State of Oregon for Wasco coun
ty, Executor of the estate of D. C.
Wigle, deceased, notice is hereby
given to all persons having claims
against said decea cd to present
them, verified &b required by law,
rbt 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.
A Wasco County Product
Uf)e Oregon Bakery
Fresh Bread and Pastry
Order from your home merchant get the best
Win. A. SHORT
MAUPIN . . OREGON
buys thc best and largest
served In The Dalles, at
Across the rtreet from hla old
stand. Now at 410 East Second
L O. O. F.
Lodgo No. 206, Mauptn, Oregon
meets every Saturday night la L 0.
O. F. hall. Visiting memben always
Willard Cunninaham, N G.
Everett Haztn, Secretary
IT'S TIIE BEST
Where the best 35 cent
meal is served in
Next The Dalles
C. N. Sargent, - Prop.