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THE MAUPIN TIMES
Thnr Jay, Nf-rvh 27,
AN INDEPENDENT NEW3FAPBK
C W. SE-iMES, Editor
W. Semmes and E. R. Scmmes
Published every Thursday at
ftiLecription: One year, $1.60; si
months, J 1.00; three rnontha, SOcts.
Entered as second claw maHl mat
ter September 8, 1914. at the pott
office, at Maupin, Oregon, under the
ct of March 8, 1876.
The Deehutes river is known to
many as being the finest trout stream
in the world. Thousands of fisher
men visit its banks yearly to indulge
their i kill in angling for the husky i
redside. At times their luck ha
been phenomental, while again many
have gone away wkh empty creels
such is the idiocy ncrasies of the
At this time, just prior to the
opening of the Oregon fishing sea
son, Maupin will exercKe an oppor
tunity to acquaint fishermen of the
lure of our big river. As is welt
known we have a trout hatchery at
Oak Springs. That hatchery is in
charge of A. B. Smith, Andy" for
short. There the unparalleled
hatchery man turns out trout by the
million each year. He takes the eggs
puts them in the hatching troughs
and day and night watches them in
cubate. When the little redsides
emerge from their shell Andy wet
nurses them until they are
enough to be turned into the feeding
When in the ponds Mr. Smith
keeps an eye on them; he issues their
rations regularly, keep.; fish hawk
and other predatory birds and ani
mals away and when the trout have
attained a length of from five to
fourteen inches turns most of them
Into the Deschutes. There they in
crease in size and in turn propagate
more of their species.
L&:t year and the year before
millions of trout were released to the
river. Last year's fishing was better
than that of 1828; this year's fishing
promises to be better than that of
last year. At the present time more
than one million trout not finger-
lings, are in the feeding ponds and
they will be released early in the
summer. In June millions of .eggs
will be received at the hatchery, they
in turn to be hr.tchtnl, fed and ulti
mately turned into the Deschutes
and other Oregon streams. By that
method the fame of the "river of
rapid." will maintain its fish pro
ducing prestige and katp up tts
reputation as a trout stream.
With the exploitation of Maupin
on the air the Oak Springs trout
hatchery as well as the Deschutes
will come in tot added publicity,
with the result that more and more
fishermen will be attracted to Mau
pin. Thota fishermen contribute
not a little to the benefit of Mau-
pin's business men. Fishing tackle
dealers, grocerymen, camp grounds,
garages, gas stations, both hotels
and many other lines will be bene
fited by the patronage of fishermen
The publicity received will do that
With the brat auto road in Ore
gon, the nearness of the Wapinitia
cut-off, the early opening of that
thoroughfare and the shortening of
the route between Maupin and
Portland, the inducement to come
here and fish in our superb trout
stream Maupin will attain greater
distinction and as time goes on in
crease in popularity as being one of
the most entertaining little cities o
the whole coast. Going on the air
will contribute greatly to this end,
and those of our people who spon
sored that publicity are to be feli
citated upon their acumen in grasp
ing the opportunity at the earliest
Horn for Vacation
Miss Winifred Kaiser came home
from the state university Saturday,
being accompanied by Miss Grace
Mortenson of Salem, a fellow stu
dent The young ladies will return
to their studies on Sunday. Winifred
will graduate with the June class.
Booed puidoesfbul 'cr al!owec() . i o
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o&rt veer will) vHY.noh ocics 57
hxai iuxHui icr.
A Dollar Dinner for Four
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.
Dtiry Herd Auction
Attention is again called to the
large ! auction sale of the fine dairy cattle,
to be held at the Job Crabtree dairy
on Saturday. The cows have all
been tested and found free from
dLease. F. C. Butler wil cry the sale.
Some excellent dairy cows may be
picked up by those who are desirous
of building up their herds.
John Gavin of The Dalles was in
Maupin this afternoon taking testi
mony in the case U. S. vs. Mac
Innis, involving claims that Mac had
failed to complete required improve
ment Testimony was taken before
H. A. Van Horn, Portland, and in
terested in the ca e were J. O;
Brosman, Clyde B. Walker, both of
Portland. Case will be heard at
I HO said money isn't elastic?
Anyone who trs to take the
joy out of life and tells you two
people can't live s cheaply as one,
isn't figuring on the fact that two
people can stretch a dollar bill It
takes ingenuity, of course, and care
ful stocking up with canned foods
and staples when the prices are low.
litre are recipes for the .dinner
which the Nely-weda can serve to
two friends and be sure it is cor
rect both as to dietetics and taste
Roasl Btef with Spanish Saucf
Heat one 12-ounce can of rott be(
in boiling water, open, slide tt tlx:
meat and slice thin. Make sauce
by cooking one and one-half table
spoons of chopped onion and one
and one-half tablespoons chopeil
grten pepper in one and one-ha'i
tablespoons of butter for a few mir.
utes. Add one 10-ounce can of to
matoes, one 8-ounce can of diced
carrots, two teaspoons capers and
one-half teaspoon repirrd mus
tard. Stew till thick and pour over
Boktd Frers: From a No, 2 can
of pears, drain four halvs and ar
range them in a baking disk Mix
onc-iourth cup brown sugar, one-lia,!
teaspoon cinnamon, onc-eiglxh tea.
spoon cloves and three-eighths cu;
pear syrup (.half the can), ami pour
over. Dot with onc-ha'.i taMespoon
of butter on top ami bake in a mod
erate J75 oven for about 30 miR
Escarott Salad: Chill the esca
iv.le. arrange in salad bowl or in
dividual salad plates snd pour over
a French dressing. The following
recipe makes 1 delicious French
dressing: put one-half teaspoon
salt, one-fourth teaspoon pepnef.
two tablespoons vinegar, four talile
spoons olive oil in class jar; cover
and shake thoroughly. Add a little
onion juice if desired.
Farm Board and its work with the
wool growers and other lines f agri
cultural industry. C. W. Daigh,
county agent, and Banker J. W.
Hoech of The Dallej were also in
attendance. It is expected steps
Klamath Falls Construction un
derway on spur track lin on South
Sixth street to connect the J. W.
Kernj warehouse with Southern Pa'
cific tea track.
Klamath Falls Oregon Bank
Maupin State Bank
Special for March on
Realistic Pcrmancnts given for $8.00 where two
come the same day. This wave has ringlet ends.
DAVIS BEAUTY SHOP
Hear of Cinderella Frock Shop
Phone 856-W The Dalles, Ore.
Hereford Bull. Inquire of Otto
Herrling, Criterion. 15-tf
will be taken looking toward a co- building opened to public.
ieraiton with the Federal Board by
the FauCie Wool Growers associa
tion, of which organization nearly
all local sheepmen are affiliated.
The home is the most important'
laboratory in the world.
An attractive "frog" for a flower
bowl may be made by melting three
cakes of paraffin and adding enough
tube oil paint to give the color de
sired. Pour it into a round bowl
Wool Grower, M.etlnS f . dc . diamente- and Jet A
Fourteen wool growers attended harden Remove and bore m Eolcl
the meetuig held at Legion hall laatfw flow 8temg with a BmalI iron
Wednesday. Edgar L. Ludwick wa"Sor heated pick
principal speaker, and he explained j
the workings or the co-operative as
sociations, also spoke on the Federal
REGULAR FREIGHT LINE SERVICE 1
PORTLAND - THE DALLES - MAUPIN
; When potted plants must be left
i for several days or a week with no
lone to care for them, they may be
kept well watered by takiing a strip
of sol ft cloth about an inch wide and
placing one end of it in a large con
tainer of water and the other end in
the dirt around the plant.
THE DALLES TRUCK LINE Inc. SPICKERMAN'S TRUCK LINE
PORTLAND-THE DALLES THE DALLES-MAUPIN
and Way Poina and Way Points
BONDED & INSURED CARRIERS
Klamath Falls Altamont Tavern,
located south of city on The Dalles
California highway, reopened to the
Tlans being discuwed for con
struction of GardSner-Tahkenitch
lake section of Roosevelt highway.
Table Rock Farm and orchard
work underway in this locality.
Vale G. Y. Che.ter, Jr., opened
second hand store in building west
of C. B. Woodward garage.
Baker The Methodist Episcopal
church ediflco is improved.
Echo Remodeling of George A
I Miller store quarters completed.
Silverton Agitation underway
for establishment of creamery.
Mohler Mohler Creamery build
ing addition for business in Catei
La GrandeUnion Station will be
constructed here this spring at cost
of between $130,000 and $140,000
SPUDS FOR SALE Netted Gems.
Medium site for seed and lurger
ones for eating. $2.50 per hun
dred for teed and $3.00 for the
eating potatoes. Call, phone 0-F
888. J. G. Kramer 19-t3.
LAMBS FOR SALE Orphan lambs
at 11.00 per head. R. II. Dahl,
Tygh Valley, Oregon 16-tl
Pitted February 19. 1930.
JOHN GAVIN. Executor.
C. L. Gavin, Attorney for aetata.
F 20-M IS.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
FOR SALETeam of man, 7 years
old, weight 1300 lbs. each. Abso
lutely reliable. Jersey cow, fresh,
3 years old. Inquire W. A. Mat
hews. Wapinilia, Ore. 16-tl
MILK COWS FOR SALE Inquire
of Earl Cunningham, Wapinitla,
Planning the innumerable smaller
daily tasks ao to time and motion
helps to make the minutes count,
leaving the timemaker with more
time for rest and recreation.
OREGON NEWS NOTES
Albany will soon have modern
stage terminal. ;
I Appearances are often deceiving
; Portland Gilmore Oil company
Ltd, will construct plant in Kenton
INVEST IN REAL ESTATE Mau
pin lots are priced as low as $10.
Inve tigate now as 50 lots chang
hands last week. II. L. Horrls,
POISONED GRAIN FOR SALE
Poisoned barley for grey diggers
at Shattuck Bros., Maupin; Hart
mnn'r. store at Wspinltla; Van
Puyn's store at Tygh Valley;
Wharton's store at Wamlc. Also
poisoned oats for sage rats at
Shattuck Bros., Maupin. 2044.
HAY FOR SALE Five tona of
wheat hay, also a yearling grade
C. A. HARTMAN,
n nrxnnE? ; 1
LiU UJ Ui
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
Friend $1,50 .75
Tygh Valley .... $2.00 1.00
Maupin $2.50 1.50
1 to 25
26 to 50
51 to 75
76 to 100
MILES 1 to 21 MILES 22. to 87
$.25 $ .25
Minimum Charge 25 cents
MILES 38 to 60
USED CHEVROLET TRUCK Com-
plete with bed and good stock
rack, $850.00. Shattuck Bros.
FOR, SALE Fine Police dog, one
year old; two female Australian
shepherd dogs, three months old;
.one grade Guernsey bull calf, tluce
weeks old. J. 6. Smith, two ' T.
Department f the Interior, U. 8.
1-tiH office at The Dalles, Oregon,
February 11, 1030.
Notice is hereby given that
of Maupin. Oregon, who, on March
7, 1925, made Homowtead "Entry
undr art December 29, 1918, No.
022789, for EHSEU, 8WKSEU.
Section 21, NEW, 8EHNW14, NVi
H'4, SK'iSE'A, Section 85, T. 83.,
R. 13 E., SWKNWK, Seetlou 1.
ENEU. Section 2, Township 8
Eolith, Rang 13-East, Willamette
Meridian, has filed notice of Inten
tion to make final three year proof,
to establish claim to the land above
dowribed, before F. D. Staart,
I'nilcd State Commla loner, at
Maupin, Oregon, on the 25th day of
Clnimnnt names as witnesses:
1. II. Fitspatrlck, Edward FlUpatriok.
L. Confer, Willis Roberta all of
miles west of Wamic.
FOR SALE 5 tona of wheat hay.
Inquire of Otto Herrling at Cri
terion, . Oregon. 1 G-tf .
" NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
16-tf. Muupin, Oregon.
J. W. DONNELLY, Reg.
F 13-M 20.
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at The Dulles,
Oregon, February 21, 1930.
Notice Is hereby given thnt
Haary C. Dak
of 793 4 Thurman St.. Portland.
Oregon, who, on May 8, 1928, made'
Homestead Entry under act Decem
ber 29, 1916, No. 026030, for SEV4
8WK, EttSEK, SWUSE14, Sec.
6, NEKNWK, Lot 1, Sec. 7, Town
ship 6-South, Range 13-East, Will
amette Meridian, has filed notice of
Intention to make final three year
proof, to establish claim to the
land cbove doscribed, before F. D.
I Stuart, United States Commissioner
at Maupin, Oregon, on the 9th day
of May, 1930.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Thoa. Kienzle, Lowis McCoy, Frank
McCoy, A. R. Wilcox all of Wap
J. W. DONNELLY,
Wm. A. SHORT
MAUPIN . . . OREGON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tha undersigned having been ap
pointed by the county court of the
State of Oregon for Wasco county
as executor of the will and estate of
Anna Flinn, deceased, notice is
hereby given to all perrons having
claims against said estate to present
them, verified a required by law, to
me within six month", at The
Shoes and Repairing
Wasco County ' Exclusive
hoe for th General Repairing
'VhoU Familv The Dal!cs, Ore.
buys the best and largest
served in The Dalles, at
ax's the ttreet from hU old
stand. Now at 410 East Second
I. O. O. t.
Lodgn No. 209, Manpin, Oregon
meets every Saturday night in I. O.
0. F. hall. Visiting members always
Roy R. Crabtree, N. G.
B. W, Welch, Secretary.
Where the best 35 cent
meal is served in
Next The Dalles
C. N. Sargent, Prop.