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THE MAUPIN TIMES
Thunluy, ianuury 3A, 103rt.
The Maupin Times
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER
, C. W. SEMMES, Editor
C, W. Semmes and E. R. Scmmea
Published every Thursday at
SobtcrVtion: One year, $1.50; six
Wonttia, $1.00; three months, 60cta.
Entered as second clasi maill mat
ter Spteaber 8, 1914, at the post
office at Maopm. Oregon, under thf
et of March 8, 1876.
One of the exceptions taken by
the Wapinitia Irrigation company to
tbe finding of Engineer Lupei
states: "It (meaning tho company)
was considerably hampered by the
failure of. the contract u:ers to
oar their maintenance charges." Si
& and to forth.
Does the sura of $17,775.05, mean
anything when applied to -the keep
ing up of the water system of
Juniper Flat? That sum was ; paid
by contract users, as shown . by. an
audit of the company's books,
sworn to and acknowledged by a
What m the world does the com
pany desire? Does it desire that
contract users turn over to it every
cent derived from the ranches of
the users, or has the money been
applied to uses other than those for
which it was designed when paid
in. You ranchers thould take time
off and study this matter over, then
hump your shoulders and demattd
tHat you be given that for which
you have paid water for your
With a half dozen candidates
tightening up their fences for the
fight for the office of governor it
aeemB that Oregon people will have
to do a heap of thinking before de
ciding on the right man. We know
who he is but won't say at this time.
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A Dollar Dinner for Four
hogs, the prperty of John Towell
ami Dolph Mulhew, while Otis
Chastum sent 21 slu'pp to market.
Bobby returned on Monday.
Mrs. M. I. Shearer, .vnher of Mar
cus Shearer of Maupin and who liven
n ii ranch on Three Mile, nar 'lho
I'a'lrs, was atricKon by naralysis on
Monday night Marcus received that
nad intelligence Tuesday morning
and vent to the family home tlmt
day. Jus how severe tho stroke was
it, not, known., AA nurse from The
Dalles is in attendance but whether
the victim will be taken to a hospital
hits ns yt not ' been decided.
Sauerkraut-Jo ice Cocktail $ .08
Walnut and Ric loaf 40
Baked Tomatoes and Peppers.. .1
Bread and Butter 08
'Pineapple and Date Salad 21
Iced Tea with Lemon 03
Total Cost $ .99
A cool, clever dinner for swelter
ing August is given above. And
another of its important virtues is
the fact that it can be bought for a
dollar and will serve four people.
The prices are given above. Here
are the wars to make the dishes:
Sauerkraut Juice Cocktail: Sea
son about three-fourths of a number
2M can of sauerkraut juice with
Tabasco juice and chill thoroughly.
Walnut and Riee Leaf: Brown
two tablespoons chopped onion in
two tablespoons butter. Add on
tablespoon flour and stir in one enp
milk. Stir uutil thick. Slightly
beat one egg. and add hot sauce to
it slowly; add one cup vacuum
packed walnuts, one-fourth cup
crumbs and one-hall' cup brown rice
which has been boiled and drained.
Pack in a buttered loaf pan. and
bake in a moderate oven (375 de
grees F.) for about half an hour,
or until crisp and brown on top.
Baked Tomatoes mi Peppers:
Shred one green pepper and mix
ith tomatoes from a number 2
can. Season to taste. Pour into a
buttered baking dish and bake in a
moderate oven until peppers are
tender. Add one tablespoon butter
To make the salad, place a slice
of chilled pineapple on a lettuce leaf,
put a stoned date in the center,
garnish with mayonnaise and serve
Looked for Work
Lnvcrno Fischer, acompanied by
his mother, wife and little daugh
ter went t0 Klamath Fnlla Tuesday.
Hi mother and the little girl visited
for a day at Bend with Mrs. Fischer's
niece, while Verne and wife continu
ed 'on to Klamath Falls. They re
Goe Niae Coyote
Trapper It. C. Fulkerson succeed
ed, in spite of deep snow and cold
weather, in getting the scalps oi
nine coyotes la t month. He has
been putting' out poison lately and
expects to take more of the sneak
ing sheep destroyers in February.
Cot New Ford Piek-Up ,
Joe Kramer went to Portland on
j Monday, going down for the purpose
of securing a new Ford pick-up for
Oliver Resh. Oliver's old Ford has
outlived its period of usefulness and
as his establt. hment has much deliver
ing to do the need of a new vehicle
Coi to Clal.kanie
Charley Steele has severed con
nection with the Kramer Bros. Mo
tor Co. .ind has gone to Clati'.anie,
Where he has secured a position as
mechanic in the Ford garage of that
place. His wife will remain with
her parents for a couple of weeks
and then will join Charley in their
now home. Since coming to Maupin
Mr. Steele has made many friends,
each of whom will wth him well in
his new location.
It is said that income tax has
been paid on earnings of $950,000,.
000,000. Wonder who pays the tax
on the other $900,000,000,000?
Old Maids become flappers next
Thursday night at Legion hall.
lt Another Child
Rev. and Mrs. Alfred Frisch
knecht, Redmond, have been called
upon to part with another child, this
. time their three-year-old daughter,
Glorian, being taken. On January
8th the Frischknechts lost their eldest
on, pneumonia was the cause of both
death-. But one child remains to the
Andy Crabtrce made a trip to
The Dalles last Saturday with the
Shattuck truck. When he came
home he was compelled to take to
hb bed, having all the symptoms of
pneumonia. He is still very sick but
at this writing is improving.
Frost Heaved Roadbed
The recent heavy frosts worked
havoc with portions of the highway.
In spots on the Flat and north of
White river bridge places are al
most impassable. Road crews are at
work taking up the broken portions,
filling the holes with gravel and gov
ing the top a liberal coating of tar
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cnurcn and Jaounn tnwui
I Next Sunday will be a day upon
which preaching services will be
held in Maupin both morning and
evening. The morning service will
be followed by an official board
meeting. Sabbath school at 10:00
o'clock, preaching at 11:00 and
at 7:30 in the evening. Bible study
class at 6:30 p. . The new choir
will be on hand at the evening meet
ing. At Wapinitia Sabbath school
at the usual hour.
The name of Fraley is not destin
ed to run out if Cyril of that name
has his way, at least he has fhown,
in one instance, that he has father
cj a son who will bear the old
familiar cognomen. Cyril's wife
presented hint with a bouncing son
on January 16. birth being record
ed at Bend where the mother had
gone for the occasion. Cyril is
taking up his burden ai Dad like an
old-timer, while Grandad Bill
Schilling in expected to survive the
joy at the youngster's arrival hi
Help the Old Maid; catch husbands
at Legion hall next Thursday night
SHIP 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 Points
BONDED & INSURED CARRIERS
Cliff Allen has one of the most
prolific bunches of ewes m the coun
try. Twenty of the ewes have
lambed, giving birth to 35 little
woollies. One ewe had triplets, 13
twins and the others but one Iamb
each. But two of the lahbs died,
leaving a flock of 32 new ones.
PACE, LINE AND PARXGRAPII
It' a good idea to incirbate a few
eggs before the breeding season as
a check on the fertility of the flock.
Keep some reserve males on hand
in case of sickness or accident to the
regular breeders, 0r to replace males
that are not reliable breeders.
Gone 0 Hot Lake
Lew Henneghan left for Hot
Lake, Oregon, yesterday and ex
pects to stay there for the coming
three, weeks. Lew ha,-; been bother
ed with rheumatism and realizes the
medicinal value of the water of the
lakes as a specific for the disease,
having been a patient there some
Bobby Davidson took a mixed
load of sheep and hog3 to Portland
on Sunday. The lo:id consisted of 12
Many a cellar is wet becau?e the
surrounding ground is flat or slopes
toward it. Water in the ground
moves much more rapidly downward
than laterally, and conditions can
he improved by grading the ground
to make a smooth, sharp downward
slnpe extending at least 10 feet
fr"m the building.
If you are buying an incubator,
get one large enough to hatch all
the chicks for home use in 2 or
5 liatcbe . It takes little mre time
to rare for a large machine than to
tenri h rmaller one and the larger
albiws f'r growth of Inrincrs. Al
U.w about five rggi for each good
pullet desired next fall.
Machine changes character.- at the
Id Maids' convention.
THE DALLES-MI AUPQN
n noils' .
C. A. HARTMAN, LD U U J L3 Proprietor-Manager
Tariff Schedule showing One Way ard Round Trip Fares, and Express Tariff No. 1 between
The Dalles, Maupin and Intermediate Points.
The Dalles 00
Tygh Valley .... $2.00
Maupin $ .50
1 to 25
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
is a stem law of nature.
Arc you safe in your insurance, or
This bank is a place of trust; we
guard your interest as our own;
If not a customer arrange to be
one soon. Let's talk it over.
Maupin State Bank
Callaway Funeral Chapel
The Dalles, Ore.
We carry a complete line of Casket
-run mc::r:am wi tisrtR
Hundreds c( Supreme Court,
Judge concur In hij.ht-.t ir.ibc
of the work us their Auvii;?.
The Ptcak'.e nts if nil IridlnR L'nl
verslti, Cot trees, and N rm..l
Sch o! give their hearty InJ.iw.
All States that have nilopirJ a
large dictionary n ttarddrj h.ivo
tclcctcd Vebttet's New Ii.UTtw
The Sclrxilhooka of the Country
adhere to the MitTinnvWi'tatct
tyitem of llacritlf il marks.
The Government Printing Ofnc!
at Washington U a auihimi-j.
U'RITE fur wwr'e mile " thf
Vl'ittix, .pftlnvn of (i-uljt t il Ii
P.lr, UEE. J
Wm. A. SHORT
MAL'PIN . . . OREGON
buy the bent and largest meal
nerved in The Dalles, at
Acroni the ttret from bla eld
atand. Now at 410 bit Swnd
APPLES Newtowtu, ,?otia!hn,
Ortleys, Baldwin. Good cookers,
good keepers. Now in RtnrHge at
Vanderpool & Sloug-liluii.
WE R MM ARK
Shoes and Repairing
Watco County '$ Exclusive
hoea fr th General Kepniriiii
vhol KaniUw The Uiil'es, Or.
""l 111 m
Lodiro No. 208, Manpln, Orefoi
meets every Saturday nlgbt In L O.
0. F. hall. VWtlng- member thrift
Roy R. Crabtr.a, N. C
B. W. Weleb, SweUry.
IT'S THE BEST
Where the best 35 cent
meal is served in
Next The Dalles
C. N. Sargent, Prep.
I TT n in 1 I
A Wasco County Product
&fe Oregon Bakery
Fresh Bread and Pastry
Order from your home merchant get the best