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Tllfi MAtiMtt TIMES
,,y. February 27, 10:i),
Tie Miupia Times
AN WDtrEXDENT NEWSPAPER
C. W. 8EUMES, Editor
C. W. demmes and E. R. Semmfs
pibllih;d every Thursday at
f-iibJaiption: One year, $1.60 j si
Wuntbs, $1.00; three months, 60cts.
EfitCTvd as seeond claw maili mat
ter tep'ismber 8, 1911, at the post
otfice at Maupin, Oregon, under the
-t of March 8, 1876.
LOSES BET AND HIS CAR
A certain gentlemen bet hia friends
he eculd drop a lighted cigarette in
tj the gasoline tank of his car and
Uiat the cigarette would simply be
put out His friends took him up
and the test vOc made.
When he dropped the cigarette
there was n0 hesitation or delay
he lost his bet and his ear too. AH
ihoso suffering from suoh arbitrary
actions saved the balance of the
school year for progress. Let iu hope
things will go ahead ns they should
under the direction of one who hat'
proved capable as principal in other
places and that the Tygh Valley
school student body and teachers
will again work to the good of the
educational system of the hustling
When a man, through his own no
fclect and abuse, lows his chi' 'id
to the authorities he alone is to
blame. Children need parental
guidance and cure. To deny tl Jt i
nothing more nor le s than crimen..
And when that man, through peti
tion, seeks to set aside the decree
of the court in an attempt to vegan:
lis childrens' custody, ho showi an
VJorancc that hag no place in a
Film Home Burned
Lust week Ernest Troutinan
Fillinf in Lot
Richmond & Son uro filling in the
lot to be covered by their new gar
age and shop. The dirt is being taken
from the Lew Wilhelm lot and it
will require about 160 yard., to make
the fill. When the excavation on
the lot is completed Lew's lawn will
be about level with the street.
Get your garden and flower seeds
now and bo ready for spring plant
ing. We have a great variety of
each kind. The Mdupln Drug Store.
fmd loos of hU homestead home,
'the family was in town, In order
that the children go to school, and
o0 one was living in the house but
the sheephcrder. It is supposed
the house caught fire from a defec
tive flu. Ernert lust a supply of
provisions, some furniture and per
Snow on the HilU
Snow fell Monday night and the
high hills about Maupin were cover
ii with a coat of the beautiful.
Rain fell in the Deschutes valley on
Monday night. A cold east wind
was with us Monday, and this had
As pickers of championship pugil
istic timber the New York Garden
managers are good ditch digger.
The Sharkey-Scott fia co at Miami
Florida tonight demonstrated that
h gained were some painful burns, jit takes more than ballyhoo to enable the effect of congealing the rain on
a lot of excitmcnt and an entirely a fighter t otake one on the jaw and the upper regions.
new knowledge of the properties of j stand up under a barrage.
KXHm- I CommuniTTciiib eTiinglT"
. Perhaps the gentleman had read, The Maup.n Communky dub mel
omewhere that liquid gasoline will . ju ,ar moIlthly mwting at the
not ingnite and exceedingly dan- regidence of Mrs. Johu Co,.fcr thU
ferous half-truth. You can t have afternoon Nearly the whole club
gasoline in an open vessel wrthout j nsln Rnd visilors
also having the deadly dangerous; intro(luced. Durin lhc meeting
gasoline vapor. Ana me giuwiug
butt must first pass through the va
por, which is ignited by the smallest
This incident should be a warning
to all that gasoline ignites easily.
Great property damage results
every year from accidents with pe
troleum and its products and from
their misuse Reports to The Na
tional Board of Fire Underwriter
for the year 1928 indicated a total
fire loss from this cause of over
You would not play with dyna
mite. Give gasoline the same de
gree of respect
It takes more than a teaching
force to make a good school. Both
the teachers and itudent body nAist
work in harmony in order that the
school be made a success. A prin
cipal who takes upon himself the
responsibility of making the school
assumes a task too large to carry
alone. The result is the school suf
fers, the principal loses prestige and
the community is placed in an un
enviable position. The recent school
eruption at Tygh Valley in which
the students rebelled against the
arbitrary an J uncalled for rules
laid down by the principal, and the
final release cf the principal as head
of the school is to be regretted.
Only prompt action on the part of
members and visitors partook of a
Double Chancers Win
The basketball game, played at
the High school gym last night be
tween the Maupin "Wildcats" and
the Double Chance Service station
five, resulted in a victory for the
visitors. At the end of the last
half the score was tied, an additional
interval being allowed. In that the
Chancers took a lead and when the
?ame was called the board ihowed
27 for Maupin. 36 for the Double
Dr. Lawrence S. Stovall and wife
are at Pasadena, California at this
writing and seem to be enjoying
themselves, bo much in fact, that
they have delayed their return a
week or 10 days.
La Grande Five story unit will
bo const ructud adjoining Sacapnwea
Inn on south coiner of first and
Bnker Wesley Andrews building
beii.R remedied for occupancy by
Oswego Oregon Portland cement
company re umed operations.
FOR SALE 6 tons of wheat hay.
Inquire of Otto Herrling at Cri
terion, Oregon. lfl-tf.
KEYS LOST Bunch of koys some
where about town. Strung on
ring. Finder plcjnse return to
is a stern law of nature.
Are 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.
KNIFE LOST Small pocketku'it
lutit somewhere on street of Mau
pin. Has figures "1900" on ons
side of tranpnrant handle; "Chas
Ilamnior, Wapinrtte," on otbw
side. Valuable as a keepsake.
Return to Job Crabtrce and re
ceive $1.00 reward.
Special Price. Adverti.od
We ask that readers of The Times
look over the special prices quoted1. NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in the Resh & Co. advertisement each ! Tho undersigned having been ap
'veek. There you will find real bar.P'nM ,,v tho county court of th
-nin uli. limn nffcr-H iii most 1 State of Oregon for Wasco county
cit stores. The prices mentioned
remain in force for two days and
n. present goods that arc .tap'e and
in demund in each hou-.ho!u.
Ciruculatina Pe'i'i' n
Antcn Seifert is circulct'.ig a pe
tition asking that his children be le
turned to him, they having been
taken by the Protective association
and removed to Portland. Com
plaint had been made to the authori
ties that Seifert had been neglectful
of the little ones, it iB said, and the
officer of the association came up
and took them away.
Maupin State Bank
OREGON NEWS NOTES
Corvallis About 2,000,000 baby
chickens will be shipped out from
here within the next few months.
Klamath Falls Electric organ in
stalled in St. Paul's Episcopal church.
Klamath Falls Men's furnishing
store of Krrk Kirkpatrick and Webb
Kennett formally opened.
Bandon Banrton trout farm i
es executor of the will and estate cf
Anna Flinn, docoaaed, notice Is
hereby givni to all per ons having
claims aKiiinst enid eetsto to present
them, verified a,N required by law, to j
me within six month , at The
Dated Febniory 19, 1930.
JOHN GAVIN. Executor.
C. L. Gavin, Attorney for estate.
F 20-M IS.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Served on Jury
IT P Vaiwr has. Wn corvinff On !
the jury list during the present term jwPPin quantities of trout to
of court. He was one of that bodyjmarkct- ...
Notcc is hereby given that John
A. Hardin, Administrator of estate
of I. T. Hardin, deceased, has filed
In the county court of Wasco coun
ty, state of Oregon, his final owount
s such administrator; and that
Monday, the 10th day of March,
1930, at the hour of ten o'clock a.
m, has been fixed by said court as
the timo for hoaring of objections to
said report and the settlement
JOHN A. HARDIN,
John Gavin, Attorney. Administrator
F 13-M 6.
VL'hn vof nericrl A VP1V?1PT ocrQinst the (
Harkins Transforation company, the .Morrison & Knudsen Contracting
suit growing out of the collision in company on bid of $517 49 for con-
siruciion 01 oiusiaw hikiimb.v.
Clatskanie Lower Columbia co-
plant here at cost of between $50,-
NOT1CE FOR PUBLICATION
which young Gabel was killed romej
limo atrn Tlip VprHirf tvns for I
i operative association will
pj,uuu, ine piaintm suing lot -
SHIP BY TRUCK
REGULAR FREIGHT LINE SERVICE
PORTLAND - THE DALLES - MAUPIN
THE DALLES TRUCK LINE Ine. SPICKERMAN'S TRUCK LINE
PORTLAND-THE DALLES THE DALLES-MAUPIN
and Way Poinu and Way Point.
BONDED & INSURED CARRIERS
000 and $60,000.
Hood River Apple Grower's as
sociation will expand operations of
canning plant this year.
Baker Farmers cooperative
j creamery company taken option on
: plant and business of Commercial
! creamrry here.
j Non-skid surface will be placed on
' Columbia River highway from Port
land to The Dalles.
Hood River Highway Garage
building on Oak street being re
modeled. I Klamath Falls Construction will
start March 1st on thrcci tory Ta-
Department of the Interior, U. 9.
land office at The Dalles, Oregon,
February 11, 1930.
Notice is hereby given that
of Maupin. Oregon, who, on March
7, 1925, made Homestead Entry
under act December 29, 191, No.
022789, for ESEV., SWSE,
Section 26, NEU, SEHNWK, NVi
SVi, SE'iSEVt, Section 35, T. 18.,
R. 13 E., SWKNWK, Section 1,
F,ViNF:'4. Section 2, Township 8
Soiilh, Rnnste 13-Fnst, Willamette
Mrtriln, bus filed notice of litn
tion to nmke final threo year proof,
to rfitabli-ili rlnim to the land above
Hofrribod, before F. D. Sttmrt,
United SUtes Commit loner, st
Maupin, Oregon, on the 26th day of
Claimant names sh witnesses:
cific Tel. & Tel. company building at! J. H. Fitsratrick. Edward Fltapatriek,
cost of about $175,000. J. L. Confer, Willis Roberts all of
Mayville $6,000 bond issue ap-j Maupin, Oregon.
j proved to provide funds for con-. J. w. DONNELLY, Reg.
struction of school building. !F 13-M 20.
C. A. HARTMAN,
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
Callawav Funeral Chapel
The Dalles, Ore.
V carry a complete line of Caaksts
-THE MF.Rr.IAM WIDSTTR
Hundrcdii of Suprrine Court
Ju.Igp coneut in biulirir rulre
of the work ni their AuUnrtCi. L
Tlc Treildrtitjof utl !cad:n Unt
vcmilct, (.JulU-gci, and Iuinul
Schools (jlva their heuity (ndonc
All States tK have sdoprf il a
Lige dici'iunuty a tuuuLnd have
(elected WeUter e Mew li.tctna-tloniL
The Sthcxlbo(il:j of the Ccun'ry
aStert to the Mertinm-Webiitcf
yitem of itacrliicul muiki
TSa Oovcrnnunt rrlnthig OfT'r c
al Wsthlngtoi. ustt it nauihutuj.
WRITE (of aamr't om fi N
Wm. A. SHORT
buys the best and Isrgest meal
served In Tho Dalles, at
Aciors tho itret from his old
stand. Now at 410 East Second
i n ceil i Sy'
- OIL BURNINO
Shoes and Repairing
Wa$co County 's Exclusive
hoes for lh (inaral Kpalrlnj
VhoU KamM The Ual'cs, Oro.
l o. o. v.
LodRn No. 208, Msupln, Oregon
mtets every Saturday night In I. O.
O. F. hall Visiting members alwaw
Roy R. CrabtrM, N. C
B. W. Watch, Secretary
IT'S THE BEST
Where the best 35 cent
meal ia served In
Next The Dalles
C. N. Sargent, - Prop.
A Wasco County Product
Ufe Oregon Bakery
Fresh Bread and Pastry
Order from your home merchantget the best