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THE MAUPIN TIMES
Tlmi-day. January 30, 102l).
AM INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER
C W. EMMES, Editor
C. W. Semmes and E. R. Semmes
Published every Thursday at
Subscription: One year, $1.60; six
monthi, l.OO; three months, 50cts.
Entered as second class maill mat
ter September 8, 1914, at the post
office at Maupin, Oregon, under the
aot of March 8, 1876.
Sound Meats Canned
is IT WORTH DOING?
Takng away that life given man-
hind by a Jut and all wise creator;
is a gross violation of the Biblical
law, for in that instance something
is taken that cannot be restored.
No man fa hia sober sense will de
liberately take away bis life. When
ever that occurs we should took In
to the cause and then determine the
state of that man's mind. He may
have had provocation, and a diseased
mini, caused either by excesses such
m drink, ill health or family distur
bance. The latter is by far the
strongest contributing factor in
Letter Kelly usually shewed a
mind far above the average. For
several years he had abstained
from drink. His ill health was not!
such as do unbalance his mind.
There' mu-t have been other causes
that so preyed . upon him as to
prompt the deed whereby he took
his own life. It is known that all
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fijOUND meat, not meat sonnds
9 r canned. But if meat
" sounds could be canned tlic
cans would cackle, grunt, bleat,
gobble and moo, for almost every
kind of meat may be found in a cm.
If all the cans were put together
on a shelf, undoubtedly the most
noticeable sound would be the bel
low, for aside from being the loud
est noise of the lot, there would be
more cans containing beef. A par
tial list includes, beef boiled,
corned, dried, roast beef stew, beef
stew with onions, beef hash, Hun
garian goulash, o.x tongue and beef
i la mode.
There would be timid attempt
at bellows, too, from the calves,
represented by veal loaf, and roast
veal, veal tonsne and ve-il liver
with bacon and liver with onions.
Grunts from cans of the pork
family would ctne from sliced
bacon, deviled ham, h.ini loaf, and
whole hams, pis feet, sausage in
many styles and sausage with sauer
The King of Them AH
Only a few baas would lie heard,
lamb tonpue bein? the rt:iin repre
sentatives of the iam'j family.
Cackles? Oh, yes. quite a few
from boneless cmcken, deviled
chicken, chicken t:nu.le, chicken
curry, chicken a la kir.t and chicken
liver sandwich spreads.
Ard rising ' above te clients
would eo-.ne a lordly "GoldiV,
grtihle," from the can wherein re
ro? the remains of the kiiij of
lov.'ls, the turkey.
lUr From The D1U
Attorney Frank Dick, "Sid" John
son and Harry Sherwood came over
from The Dalles- and attended the
funeral of Lester Kelly on Tuesday.
;Dick and Sherwood returned that
evening, "Sid" remaining in Mau
pin and continuing on to Madras
Ricardion Cut lea
Den Richardson was in from Tine
Grove Tuesday. He rolated to The
Times man that ho had put up about
H1 tons of ice, cut on the Kd. Da
vis pond and that the conglealed
moisture was eight inches thick.
Several others of that locality also
put up thcr summer's rupply of
Trout Jumping in River
John Foley, whose eyes take in
everything of note between her
and North Junction on the 0. W., re
ported yeterday that trout wert
jumping in the river. John says that
is the first time in the many yean
he has been track walking on that
section that the trout have been seen
on the jump in the winter timt.
SOME WORTH WHILE
Resolve to pay eo!.h during 1PII0.
Resolve to pay your obligations by check.
Resolve to have m indent funds In bank to meet obligations.
Resolve to bank more of your profits and keep o nurplus on hand.
Revolve that some credit is n bugaboo nnd that cash buys mora.
Resolve to choone n responsible bunk to do bu lness with; and then
Make a further resolution to patronago our growing institution, the
MUD AND THE FARMER
A recent editorial in the "Bureau
wa not serene in his family life, j Farmer" says that the barrier of
While he uttered no public complaint , mud wnch fivc months out of the
is was easily seen that he was men-' year separates five million farm
tally disorganized. . People who families from the markets where
reera to know voice the opinion that ;-hpy sell their produce, and like-
ing of immediate consideration. Rood
roads will probably do more than
anything else to advance agricultural
progress and prosperity
THE LATEST WRINKLE
Since the season of good radio
reception has again rolled around
interesting rending. Within the
past few week3 one of the brst-
knowfn makes of automobiles has I
been exhibited with a complete ,n- j
dio set attached. Together now are j
two of the world's greatest bless-
family troubles were the prime cause i wise buy their supplies, is of
of his deed. Be that as it may. the preme importance in the agricultural
fact remains that he is no longer a economic situation,
resident of thh community. His According to this authority, there
hody rests in the spot dedicated to are almost two and one-half million
mch purposes by his father. It is miles of unimproved dirt roads in
evident he sought rest and rolief the United States, and nearly five
irom sometmng other than- bodily million farmers live on them. Farm-1 ings. Today we can get our ball
ilms. lers in this country pay seven per scores, market quotation, stock rc-
We sometimes question the wrong cent of the highway tax, yet less j ports, weather forecasts or jazz
in committing suicide. In such than three per cent of them are sit- program as we ;kim along the high
casea there is always a reason and uated on year-round highways. S way. All thst is needed is to opcr
when a man, of his own violation,! Here is room for some "farm re-'ate a switch on the instrument
works that act his reason, while of-, lief' activity which will actually re-; board and the radio set is in opera
times obscure to others, may be lieve. The greatest present need, in : tion. It tends to show what a fast
justified. Christ said: ''Come unto1 the matter of highways, is improved tare we are living in as well as to
me an ye mai lacor ana are neavy : larm-to-market roads. These can be make us wonder more than we hav
Reduced . Tira Pric
The Maupm garage has a change
of advertisement in this Isrue of The
Times. The garage has a large
stock of tires on hand and in order
to close them out has reduced the
prices 20 per cent. The prices apply
to tubes as well as tires and at the
figures quoted arc real bargains.
Maupin State Bank
Installs Big Swinf Machiao
Kelly Cyr at the Maupin Shoe
Shop has received a large sewing ma
chine, one designed to sew soles
on ; hoes and do other kinds of heavy
leather work. He is now, fixed up
to do all kinds of shoe repairing as
well as fixing leather coats, gloves,
Rin and Sleet
The weather opened up Tuesday
afternoon, first letting down a
heavy snow storm, later that night
turning to rain, which fell inter
mittently during the evening and
night. Wednesday morning the
show wit; covered with a coating of
ice. The rond crew went out that
morning and cleaned the roads
from the now and ice.
laden, and I will give you tcit" It I constructed, with a durable water
may have been that the late la-1 proof surface, at & low cost and
merited realized that invitation and I without large maintenance expense,
sought the rest denied him on earth, j The five million farmers now liv
Btft at that, was the act worth ing with a barrier of. mud between
doing ? I them and their markets, are desorv-
SHBP BY TRUCK
REGULAR FREIGHT LINE SERVICE
PORTLAND - THE DALLES - MAUPIN
THE DALLES TRUCK LINE Inc. SPICKERMAN'S TRUCK LINE
PORTLAND-THE. DALLES THE DALLES MAUPIN
and Way Points and Way Point
BONDED & INSURED CARRIERS
wondered if there really is anything
impossible outside of finding some
way to dispense with death and
An Atlanta woman fays she hns
lived to be 103 by "minding her
own business." Now we know why
a lot ef citizens around Maupin are
apt to die in middle life.
Ninety thousand New Yorkers are
making a living through the boot
leggrnfil business, it is raid. This
doe3 not include the undortakcrs.
Maybe Maupin boys seem more
sinful now because they don't take
the precaution to sneak out behind
the barn to enjoy a quiet smoke.
There are still a few Maupin pro
pip who can remember when the
fhinglc was the board of education.
Portland Plan.; underway for the
contraction of Consolidated Truck
line terminal at 21st and Quimby
At Kelly Funeral
Among tho e who attended the
funeral of the late Lester Kelly and
wh' live on Waprnitia Plains, were
if. 'S. Endershy, Ted Enderbsy and
wife, Ernest Confer and Wife, Ray
Kaylor and wife, W. H. Talcott,
Pee Talcott and wife, Raymond
Cribtrec and wife, Lloyd Woodside
Callaway Funeral Chapel
The Dalles, Ore.
We carry a complete line of Caskets
Have heavy stitcher for shoe soles,
heavy harness tugu and other heavy
sewing. Can also do hand sewing
of all kinds. Ladies shoe heels
straightened with top lifts. Men's
rubber heelr. replaced. Half soles,
full soles, s'de patch- s, toe caps. t.i
Prices the same as Portland ami Thu
Dalles. We do a cnh buslnos . We,
will pay cash for some womons
caM-off shoes. ndv.
MAUPIN . . . OREGON
As we go to press a chinook rs
working on the mow. Last night
rain fell at intervals and today the
v,-arm wind is dissipating the snow.
On the Flat and Criterion high
spots tho snow is settling. Ranchers
iiro hoping that if the snow docs go
off that it will be gradual, thui
pfnnitting the moisture to sink into
Thti M. S. 3
Js now open for your inspection.
Come any time and look it over,
Wc do all kinds of shoe, harness,
coat, canvas and glove repairing.
Have tewing machine for light leath
er Work such as canvas, coats, gloves,
heavy cloth and other light sewing
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Tariff Schedule showing One Way and Round Trip Fares, and Express Tariff No. 1 between
The Dalles, Maupin and Intermediate Points.
The Dalles 00
Boyd .. ........... .75 Boyd "
Dufur $1.00 $.25 Dufur .;
Friend $1.50 .75 $.50 Friend
Tygh Valley... $2.00 1.00 1.00 $.50 Tygh Valley
Maupin $2.50 1.50 1.50 1.00 Maupin $ .50
POUNDS MILES 1 to 21 MILES 22 to 37 MILES 38 to 60
1 to 25 $ .25 $ .25 $ .25
26 to 50 .25 .25 .30
51 to 75 .30 .35 .40
76 to 100 ' .40 .50 .60
Minimum Charge 25 cents
OREGON NEWS NOTES
Parkdale Plans dir,eunscd for re
constructing burned Grange hall
Med ford Standard Oil company
opened diMritt sales agency office
Gresham I'ost office moved into
quarters in Greahnm drug: tore build
Klamath Falls Capita! tock of
American National bank increased
from $100,000 to $200,000.
Portland Plans underway for
construction of approach to road
way to Swan Island airport.
Grants Pass Ore discovered at
Queen of Gronzo mine, 40 miles
west of here.
buys the best and largest meal
served in The Dalles, at
Across the itrect from bis old
stand. Now at 410 East Second
APPLES Newtowns, Jonathans,
Ortleys, Baldwins. Good cookers,
good keepers. Now in storage at
Vanderpool & Stoughton.
Shoes and Repairing
Watco County 's Exclusive
hoea for thn
the Pai'es, Oca.
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Lodgo No. 20, Maupin, Oregon
meets every Saturday night la L O.
O. F. hall. VMtlng members alwaya
Roy R. Crebtraa, N. C
B. W. Wakh, Secretary.
IT'S THE BEST
'Where the best 35 cent
meal is served in
Next The Dalles
C. N. Sargent, Prop.
A Wasco County Product
&f)Q Oregon Bakery
Fresh Bread and Pastry
Order from your home merchant get the best