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Tjt Ji A UEtH TIMES,
ThursJay, March 6, 1900.
The Maupia Times
IN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER
" ' & W. S1MMES, Editor
C W. Bamme and E. R. Smimti
Published every Thursday at
l&beerfptJcm: One year, $1.60; six
atoottM, $W0; three months, BOcte.
tfatemd i tecond elais mail! mat
ter September 8, 1014, at the poat
ffte it Maupin. Oregon, under the
Wt 1 Martfj 8, 1876.
Cooked Food Sal
The ladies of the V. B. Sabbath
school hav arranged for a cooked
food sale to be held this week
Saturday at the Resh store. Viandc
of various kinds will be prepared and
old. No need to bake for Sunday
dinner, for there will be sufficient
cooked foods offered to take care of
the wants of all.
Wuco'i Auto Rfitry
According to the bulletin "Iteme"
sent out from the secretary of state's
office. there are 3,438 automobiles
registered with the secretary's office
w far this year.
UNION PACIFIC BUYS
WORLD'S LARGEST LOC1E3
Power Unites Have 12
Wheelt Each 25 Have
for a Smart Business Man
Twenty.ftve of the largest fast
freight locomotives in the world
will be purchased within a few dap
by the Union Pacific System, it was
announced today by Carl R. Gray,
President. The purchase involve an
expenditure of three and one-half
million dollars and the building of
the gaint locomotive.- will begin im
mediately. The engines will be of
the "9000 class Union Pacific type"
and were designed by Union Pacific
engineer after years of research and
I experimenting. The completion of
delivery of the new fleet will bring
the total of this type of locomotives
now In service on the transconti
nental lines of the Union Pacific
System to 88.
Each of the locomotives is 102
feet 6 and one-half inches In length,
11 feet 2 inccs m width and 16 feet
1 and one-half inches in height,
standard", in discussing the new
inches in diameter.
"It Is to meet the ever increasing
demands for expeditions movement
MY WORN SHOES
(By Robert G. Wyatt
I may throw away my dimes,
I may jpend for needles things,
I may try to have good times
Out of what my salary brings.
I may try to be quite -gay,
) I may grieve for milk that's split,
But I will not throw away
Worn shoes that can be rebuilt.
I could rave more than I do
As to that, I am at fault
I partake of things, It's true,
On which I should call a halt
I'm not perfect, I mu t say,
Yet I never fell the guilt
Some folk do of throwing away
Worn shoes that can, be rebuilt
Old shoes, somehow, touch my heart
They're so much like faithful
In my life they play such part
I'm sad when their service ends.
It old shoes could speak, they'd say:
"Wo will not, like roses, wilt,
Put will still serve if today
"It you have us rebuilt."
Apropos to the above It might be
in order to mention that Kelly Cyr'a
"shoe shop Is now fully equipped
with the latest thoo repairing ma-
chinery, the waitcd-for partse having
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.
of peruhable and manifest freight 'arrived and the machinery aet up.
that we decided to make this pur- Kelly is prepared to do anything
chase," said E. E. Adams, vice-presi-! possible in the way 0' repairing
dent in charge of purchases
standards in discussing the
HAS RANG IS DEMONSTRATION
March 13-14-18 Set Atido for
0f New Range
'YNAMIC! That describes the
' Shoe and it gives the same status
to the man who wears it. It is
smart because it is new and good
looking. It is smart to buy it be
cause it wears a long time . . . and
then there is the matter of price,
204 E. Second St. The Dalles
Shattuck Bros, have arranged for
a demonstration of the new Monarch
kitchen range, and March 13-14-15
hare been set as the dates. At that
time a representative of the manu
facturers will be here and will ex
plain, the superior features of the
Monarch. Several different styles
will be on display. An additional
feature of the Monarch sales is the
presentation to buyers of choice of
either 42-piece set Limoges Golden
Glow China, or a 26-piece set Oneida
Community silverware, Beverly paW
tern. All our people are invited to
call at the Shattuck store and learn
about the new Monarch range. See
advertisement elsewhere In thie Is
sue of The Times.
shoes; hcha the knew how and with
the aasistuuco of modern machinery
can turn out as neat a job of, re
pairing as the next shoemaker.
Take those old shose, that are to
comfortable on you feet and have
I them fixed up for another year's
wear. Kelly will do the job right
and his charges are always within
Maupin State Bank
MILK COWS FOR SALE Inquire
of Earl Cunningham, Wapiniti,
USED CHEVROLET TRUCK Cora
plete with bed and ' good stock
rack, $360.00. Shattuck Bros.
FOR SALE Fine Police dog, one
year old; two female Australian
shepherd dogs, three months old;
one grade Guernsey bull calf, three
weeks old. J. O. Smith, two
miles west of Wamlc. 15-tf.
SHIP BY TRUCK
REGULAR FREIGHT LINE SERVICE
PORTLAND - THE DALLES - MAUPIN
Had Siege of Grippe-
Dr. Short was confined to his bed
a couple of days this week, being a
fe victim of grippe. Doc showed his
courage by showing up at his ftudio
yesterday, although he was a bit
shaky in the legs.
Race Meting Called
The anuual meeting of the Mid
Columbia Race association has been
called to convene at The Dalle., next
Saturday, March 8. Men represent
ing the various members of the a
sociation will be there and much
business relative to the season's
races gone Into. President Hunt
and Secretary Cillis of the Waco
county Fair association expect to
be present as well as others interest
ed in racing.
FOR SALE 6 tons of wheat hay.
Inquire of Otto Ilerrting at Crl
terion, Oregon. 10-tf.
THE DALLES TRUCK LINE lac.
PORTLAN D-TH E DALLES
aad Way Points
SPICKERMAN'S TRUCK LINE
aad Way Points
BONDED & INSURED CARRIERS
KNIFE LOST Small pocketkaife
lost somewhere on streets of Mau
pin. Has figures "1909" on one
side of tran parent handlet "Chas
Hammer, Wapinttia." on vtbet
side. Valuable as a keepsake.
Return to Job Crabtree aad re-
ceive fl.OO reward.
Callaway Funeral Chapel
The Dalles, Ore.
We carry a complete line of CaskeU
In the county court of Wasco coun
ty, state of Oregon, his final account
aa such administrator: and that
Monday, the 10th day of March,
1930, at the hour of ten 6'clock a.
m. has been fixed by said court as
the time for hearing of objections to
aaid rvport and the settlement
JOHN A. HARDIN,
John Gavin, Attorney, Administrator
F 13-M 8.
Wm. A. SHORT
MAUPIN . . OftEOON
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The undersigned having ben ap
pointed by the county court of the
State, of Oregon for Waaco county
r. executor of the will and estate of
Anna , Flinn, deceased, notice is
hereby given to all por.ons having
claims against said estate to present
them, verified as required by law, to
me within six month", at The
Dated February 19, 1930.
JOHN GAVIN. Executor.
C. L. Gavin, Attorney for estate,
F 20-M 18.
Attended Banker' Convention
Cashier F. D. Stuart and Director
J. S. Brown of the Maupin State
Bank attended the convention of the
bankers of the Northwest, held at
Portland this week. The Maupin '.NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
bankers left Tuesday morning, Mr. ' Notce is hereby given that John
Stuart being accompanied by bis A. Hardin, Administrator of estate
wife, and expect to return tomorrow, of I. P, Hardin, deceased, hae filed
THE DALLES-MI AUPDN
E E 2 P LS
C. A. HARTMAN
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
$ .50 Tygh Valley
1.00 Maupin $ .50
1 to 25
26 to 50
51 to 75
76 to 100
MILES 1 to 21 MILES 22 to 87
$ .25 $ .25 .
.40 . .50
Minimum Charge 25 cents
MILES 38 to 60
Department ef tho Interior, U. S.
land office at The Dalles, Oregon,
February 11, 1930.
Notice Is hereby given that
Or t ion Farlow
of Manpln, Oregon, who, on March
7, 1925, made Homestead Entry
under act December 29, lfll, No.
022789, for E'iSEU. SWUPE'4,
Section 2, NE'4, SEUNWU, N',i
SK, REViSE'i, Section 35, T. U.S.,
R. 13 E., 8WKNWK, Section 1,
EVaNE. Sction 2, Townhip C
South, Range 13-Eaftt, Willamette
Meridian, has filed notice of Inten
tion to make final three year proof,
to establish claim to the land above
described, before F. D. Stuart,
United State Commit inner, at
Maupin, Oregon, on the 25th day of
Claimant names as witnosttcs:
J. H. FHspatrlck, Edward Fitnpntrick,
J. L. Confer, Willis Roberts all of
J. W. DONNELLY, Rog.
F 13-M 20.
buys the beet and large weal
served in The Dalle, at
Across the itreet from bta aid
stand. Now at 410 East Second
Shoes and Repairing
Wasco County's Exclusive
3hoe for tfc
Tbe Oai'ee, Ore.
L O. O. F.
Lodgn No. SOS, Maupin. Ortfoa
meets every Saturday night In L O.
O. F. ball. Vkdtlng members alwajw
Roy R. Craltr, M. O.
B. W. Wolck, SowaUfy.
ITS THE BEST
Where the best 33 cent
meal is served In
Next The Dalles
C. N. Sargent, - - Prep.
A Wasco County Product
2f?e Oregon Bakery
Fresh Bread and Pastry
Order from your home merchant get the best j