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THE MAtlHN TIMES
Thurduy, January M, 1!4o.
1J W.uEPtNDENT NEWSPAPER
C. Yr. SEilMES, Editor
C W. Semmo and E. R. Semmcs
PiiUbed very Thursday at
j"x....lti.oii; Ont ywar, $1.IW; six
fr'niw'ju i 1.1)0; thr rnooihf, EOcts.
Lit vj a second clan malll mat
ter 8, 1C14, at the posV
efihre at .laupin, Oregon, under the
ct of March 8, 1876.
FOREST FUNDS ALLOCATED
OrC SUnda Sacond, Vthiaf ton
Ffth in Apportionment
The total apportionment of federal
highway fumL as authorized by Con
grea for the construction of form
roada in and adjacent to the national
fore t for the fiscal year 1931, is
The Apportionment gives Oregon
the sua of $631,987. Washington
$331,36S. California leads in the
appurtionment with -676,451. Porto
lUco is at the small end of the total,
that territory drawing but $532.00,
while Alaska is to receive $459,334
The apportionment is made accord
ing to the percentage of value c
national forest land in any one staU
to the total of government land
all the national forests.
by ii report that one of the pupils
had come down with a virulent
disease. No truth in the report so
school again took up this a. in.
An Outdoor Supper
Take Oxer Highway
Tho State Highwy commission
h decided to accept the offer of
Multnomah county and tako over
the Columbia highway up to the
weetwn line of Hood River county.
It is reported that Highway commis
sion will widen the roadway at
l tngvrous curvns and otherwise
make tho nd fafcr to travel
Blu. Bii-dt Hera
Notwithstanding the condition of
the went her blue birds have been
e in Maupin. Last Saturday ont
of thiK-e beautiful birds was seen
roosting on the drug rtorc fence and
ainec then more have been observed
flying about towu.
SOME WORTH WHILE
Revive to pay cash during 1 030.
Resolve to pay your obligations by' check.
Resolve to have suttMi nt fun N in bank to moot obligation
Renolve to bank more of your profit and keep a surplua en hand.
Resolve that some credit is a buguboo and that cash buya mora.
Resolve to choose a responsible bank to do bu Incaa wKh, and then
Make a further resolution to patronage our growing institution, th
MAUPIN TEAM DOWNS DUFUR
Uicat, RMt Fat of Lait WmIi
aad Win Agai
Maupin's independent basketball
team, the "Wildcats" went to Du
fur last evening and there tangled
with the town team of that place.
The game was marked with rough
ness, it seeming for a time that a
small edition of a big college "mix
er" was taking place.
At the conclusion of the game
the score board showed that Mau
pin had accumulated a total of 86
points while Dufur was satisfied
with 22 point. Those who went
over were Dan Poling, Wade Hamp
ton, Andrew Crabtree, Addie Wray
end Ed. Semmes.
Poling h trying to arrange a
game for the Wildcats between that
ter.m and the quintette representing
Madras, to be played on the Madras
HO doesn't want to eat his
supper out-doors in the fall.
perhaps under the shade of a
gnarled old tree which makes a
sheltered spot cn the top of a cliff
above the sea, or perhaps just at
home in his own garden. . And what
fun there is In such a picnic out in
the cool twilight air with the setting
sun decorating, the horizon for your
Here is a menu for such an out
Camp Baked Potatoes and Sausages
Ham Salad Sandwitkes
Bread and Sutter SanJwkhes
Wkelt Tomatoes and Mayonnaise
PineaffU ar.d Cherry Pie
Baked Potatoes and Savsaaes:
With an apple corer cut a hole
through the center of ss many po
tatoes as desired. Put a canned
Vienna sausage in each hole. Place
the potatoes in a frying pan balanced
on rocks above hot embers. Cover,
and put embers on the ltd of the
pan. Bake until done.
Pineapple and Cherry Pie: Run
four slices of pineapple and one cup
of canned sour pitted cherries
through the meal grinder, add two
tablespoons flour and one-half egg,
beaten, and cook in a saucepan until
slightly thickened. Pour into a small
pie tin lined with pastry, cover with
upper crust and bake, having oven
hot (450 F.) for the first fire min
utes, then moderate (375) until
done. To measure half an egg, beat
the egg slightly, measure the num
ber of tablespoons, and Uke half that
Bread Wagon Delivers
Th bread wagon operated by the
Oregon Bakery has been making re.
gular trips since tho snow came.
Jack Ingram, the driver, says serving
his cuvtomers is the paramount Idea
and drives through on time each trip
out this way.
Graduate Tomorrow lout. One couple coming from up
Miss Gladys Smith, sister of Mrs. i river, had their car freeze up and
Art Gutzler, will graduate from the
Commerce High school, Portland, to
morrow. Miss Smith is one of a class
of 94, there bemg 75 girls and 24
boys in the class.
According to Peter Olsen, Shani
ko's popular boniface, that town ; is
a veritable paradise so far as
weather is concerned. Pete point3
with pride to a window box filled
with a creeping vine in one of the 1 busine s
Aindowa of his hotel and fays the husband,
give out when oppo ite the Hotel
Kelly, evidently sensing a place to
stop for the night.
weather so far has not been severe home tomorrow,
enough to even retard its growth, j
Be mat as it may tne tact remains Eal Near
that Pete uses much coal to keep the
hotpj warm while the thermometer
registers somewhere around 30 be
low zero some nights.
Make California Tri
Alex Ross, the Shaniko garage
man, with young Peter Olson, left
last week for a trip to California
Alex going down on a business trip
During his absence Mr Rose h?a
charge of the business and she
takes hold of the work with all the
acumen possessed by her
The travelers are expected
nut Ittok Down
Joe Chasttaln's school bus spraln
:m ankle Tuesday morning while he
wns driving it out of his lane. The
bus wos hauled to Pr. Alfred
Brown's auto hospital by Joe's team
nod there the injury was remedied.
Maupin State Bank
Tych School Closed
Owing to the cxtercmely cold
weather and heavy snowfall the
schools of Tygh Valley are closed
this week. Many of the pupils live
at a distance, and a.i the roads were
badly congested with snow, making
it hard for the pupils to get out,
R was though bc:t to close the school
rather than to have teaching with
only a small number in attendance.
While breaking a road through the
now on Tygh grade last Sunday S.
1. Stephens of Tygh Valley exper
ienced R.car turn-over near the top
of the (Trade. Mrr. Stephens was
etit mi the knee and nlno suffered
minor bruises, while her husband cs-
HAS A BIG FURNITURE SALE Belled EEI. Seen
j Two years ago R. C. Fulkerson at-
Dooherty-Poweri Company Conduct. ; tached bells to the logs of a pair of
ing January Sale i young eagles. Last tummer one of
I the birds was killed on Wapinitia
Docherty-Powers, the big furniture
company of The Dalles, is about to
close one of. the biggest offering
sales in its history. All articles in
the store, with the exception of con
tract goods, have been marked down,
the reductions amounting to from
15 per cent to 50 per cent. If any
cf Our people desire furniture or
other things in the firm's line, we
siivise them to ge them while the
tale is in effect. Prices will take
creek, and on Tuesday of this week
the other bird settled on the roof of
Billy Fischer's canyon residence.
The bell was still attached to ifc leg
and tinkled merrily when the eagle
While coming down the Criterion
grade on Tuesday The Tiniea man
saw three huge eagles. One was on
the wing while the other two wire
roosting on fence post'. The snow I,
and Vld weather evidently drovo
the big birds from their habitat on
Bakeoven to the higher ground
where rabbits are more numerous,
and where they might get more to
Lloyd Studcnirka, who makes his
h'mo wi'.Ii his brother-in-law, Art.
Ttutzuler. was operated on at The
Dalle hospital last week, he hav
ing been thrown by an attack of ap
pendicitis. The operation was Suc
re? ful and Lloyd is now on a fair
road townrd recovery.
FUbor't Thermometer Fast
While a majority of the thermome
ters in Sheniko showed a maximum
of 15 below Tuesday morning, Jim
Fisber't ranrh weather iud'eater
their accustomed height as soon as ! registered 30 below, so he sayr.
Moro Moro Furniture and Imple
ment company changed hands re
cently. Cascade freight service establish
ed truck line between
Falls and Medford.
Shan:i;oitcs insist that Jim's ther
mometer is running fast and suggest
he have it fixed.
Many Cari Freest Up
Wednesday morning fond several
Klamath cars in Maupin garages, they having
been driven thereto to be thawed
Appreciate Hii EfforU
The local Legion post, in a reso.
lution appearing elsewhere in this
frsue of The Times, commends the
work of Dr L. S. Stovall in behalf
of the local Boy Scout troop. Dr.
Stovall has given much of bis time
during the past year to making the
troop one of tb? best in the state
and sinee his retirement as scout
Joe Kramer rendered a great ser
vice to Maupin on Monday. He
made a bip V-shaped snow plow,
h'tched the get up behind a Ford on
an proceeded to dear the side
streets of snow. A good job for
which Joe is deserving of thanks.
I The present cold weather has bad
the effect of causing nheopnien to
rpsfer the Legion publicly thanks him 'feed their flocks henvier than before,
for his succci along Scout line. iFurghcnt have unloaded and have
j Ivi'ilcd much haled alfalfa hny to
Sick Scar Cloei School J their feeding ground, and the end
The pupils at the Victor Bchool 1 1 not in sight.
have enjoyed a vacation during the "
past week, the school having been ' A New Bnby
closed since Lost Thursday. The , The Maupin Shoe Shop is now
caurc for thi' was a scare caused ready to do all of your :hoe repair
Ho EJ 0J tba
C. L. HAKTMAN,
Tariff Schedule showing One Way ard Round Trip Fares, and Express Tariff No. 1 between
, . , , The Dalles, Maupin and Intermediate Point3.
The Dalles 00
Tygh Valley .... $2.00
. Tygh Valley
Maupin $ .50
26 to 50
51 to 75
76 to 100
MILES 1 to 21 MILES 22 to 37
$ .25 $ .25
Minimum Charge 25 cents
MILES 38 to 60
Callawa Funeral Chapel
The Dalles, Ore.
Wa carry a complete lino of skei-
work. Don't throw tho-e half-worn , f
shoes way bring them to tho shoe
shop and have them fixed up as good
as new. All work guaranteed. If
it don't hold bring it back, so says
'"Kelly" Cyr, tho proprietor.
School Buiei Make it ,
The tw rural school buses hae li
nearly succeeded in making it to
Maupin each day since the big
mow. Joe ChaKtain was a little late
Tuesday morning, ho having ex
perienced some trouble on the White
River flat, ave Wilson, driving over
the highway, came through on time
Maupin Lucky Town I
Maupin has been playing in thej
lucky class this winter, there having
been no fires, although the weather'
has been extremely cold for a couple
of weeks and people having to keep
buys the best and largest
served in The Dalles, at
Across the ttreet from hl- old
stand. Now at 410 East Second
Carrier oB Time
The snow and cold weather hat
nofaffected the mail carrier to any
great extent. He ha-, been on time
ench day since the snow canio and
has experienced no difficulty in get
ting from The Dulles to Maupin.
APPLES Ncwtowns, Jonathans,
Ortleys, Baldwins. Good cookers,
good keepers. Now in stornge at
Vauderpool & Stoughton.
Shoes and Repairing
Wasco County's Exclusive
"ihoH for th
''ht lal'cs, Or.
l a a f.
Lodge No. 206, Maupin, Orego
meets every Saturday night la I. O.
0. F. halL Visiting memhara ilwajra
Roy R. Crabtrea, N. C
B. W. Wolch, SeeroUry.
rrs THE BEST
TtnVIV a IKM AAMtlM
Where the best 35 cent
meal is served in
Next The Dalles
C. N. Sargent, Prop.
A Wasco County Product
&fie Oregon BaKery
. Fresh Bread and Pastry
Order from your home merchant get the best