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THE MAUPIN TIMES
fhuridsy, May t, l630.
The Maupin Times
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPEB
G. W. SSAEUJE8, BdJtor
C W. Semmee and E. It Sommss
Published every Thursday At
JhibtoiptUm: One year, $1.60; sift
swaths, fl.OO; three months, 6 lets.
Entered as ireoud elm maill mas
ter September 8, 1914, fit the post
oflka fit Maupin, Oregon, undr the
ait of March 8, 1870.
VImW by Dughi
Johnny Williams ' was pleasantly
turprised last Saturday when his
daughter. Mr. C. Milllngton, and her
father-in-law, drove in from Port
land. The visitors came up for fish
ing and during thoir stay got the
limit of nice trout.
Low Wilhelm is bothered with
what seems to be incipient attack of
For the first time in the histary of the West a Western man
Ralph E. Williams of Oregon is Vice Chairman of the Republi
can National Commitee. During the past six months he hsn serv
ed as acting Chairman of tho National Committee. He has given
22 years of unself service to Oregon, its citizens and its worthy
enterprises. His service has been without salary of financial re
muraeration of any kind. To re-elect him means that Oregon
keeps its important place in affairs of the Republican National
Committee and that citizens of the state will continue to have
th benefit of Mr. William's influence in Washington, D. C.
Paid Adv. Citizens Committee, Mary A. Berry, Secretary
Porter Bldg., Portland, Ore.
EFFECTIVE MAT J2nd TO SEPT. 30th
FINAL RETURN LIMIT OCTOBER 31"
LIBERAL STOPOVERS CCZNO AND RETURNINO
BOUND TBIP TO
KANSAS CITY.... 75.60
ST. LOUIS 85.CO
CHICAGO . S9.J0
NEW ORLEANS. 112.J5
NEW YORK 1S1.70
Also Connection vvith the famous
Only Thru Train Portland to Chicago
LEAVES THE DALLE SiS P. M. DAILY
R. B. BELL, Afent, Maupin, Ore. jA
H. D. ATHON, Tr.y. Friht and P ... Agt., Bend, Or. HilxSr
SHIP BY TRUCK
REGULAR FREIGHT LINE SERVICE
PORTLAND - THE DALLES - MAUPIN
THE DALLES TRUCK LINE Ine. SPICKERMAN'S TRUCK LINE
FORTLAND-THE DALLES THE DALLES-MAUPIN
and War Points and War Points
DONDED & INSURED CARRIERS
paralyels, his right side being affect
ed. He is unable to use his right
hand and his right leg has a feeling
of deadnew. L. W. It a strong man
and no doubt will be able to throw
off the ailment
Mnjr t Dance
Quite a number of MaupiniUs at
tended tho High school dance at
;;he Tygh Valley gym last Saturdoy
night. The dance was given as a
closing feature of the track meet
and was largely attended by young
people from Tygh and surrounding
' OREGON NEWS NOTES
Brownville -Construction of the
government airport located north
west of city being" rushed to oomple
tion. . .
La GrandeNew Penny store
building will be constructed here on
Masonic property on Adams street.
St nolens Building permits ap
proximately $8,000 granted recently,
bringing total for year to recent
date to $44,235.
Williams, Ralph .
10:55 A. U.
Sundays 10:36 A. M.
Sherman with the
Two committee wera appointed
by Mr. Heckmao Monday, . Helen
Endersby Knd Ruth Walters were
given charge of doooratiig the church
for the baccnbumiU termon next
Sunday evening. Avis Etvdersby Is
to have charge of the decorating for
Hazel Laughlin was absent from
Several of the High arhool stu
dent went to the baseball game at
Tygh Friday afternoon.
Most of the High school attended
the track meet at Tygh last Friday.
M. O. R. Bell whs a visitor at
the Grade school Monday morning.
Wapinitia Hi called time out Mon
day to look at the eclipse of the
sun. ' "
The High school boys participated
in the track meet without any
practice but won several place.
Gerald Claymier won first place In
,the baseball throw, Ernie Endersby
I third in the shot-put, and Marion
O'Brien third place in the high
The Commercial Geography class
has completed the text. Members
of the class are now giving delight
ful talks on different Geography
Monday, April 28, tho High t ehool
and upper grade room spent con
siderable time gazing at the eclip-e
of the sun. which began a little be
fore 10:30 and was nearly total at
11:15. Many complained that it was
Mr. and Mrs. 0. S. Walters and
family were dineer guests at the R.
E. Walters home Sunday.
Helen Endersby visited Ruth Wal
ters over Sunday la t.
L. W. West, who fished In the
Warm Springs and the Deschutes j
rivers Sunday, reports that the fish
were not biting very good.
Mr. Bert Hammer and Mrs. Mary
Davis were Sunday visitors at the
H. E. Hammer home.
Many from Juniper Flat attended
the track meet Saturday.
Cleo Holloman cpent Saturday
night and Sunday afternoon with
Small dairies or perions . selling
only crem may cool their milk or
cream by setting a covered barrel,
through which water may be pump
ed, in the ground between the pump
and the stock tank. The pipe
should be extended to the bottom
of the barrel, and the outlet should
be near the top of the cant.
7MfMr A. W. NORBLAD
on the job!
ftr GOVERNOR COMMITTEE
KENNETH D. HAUSER, Ctn'l ChirMM
SAMUEL POWELL, SktHmtj
Mi. G. J. FnoU. Cbsirmtn
Hit. M. H. Urn oat, SunUrj
HAitlfi JOS-U Multnomah Hotel
ATta9471 l rORTLAND, ORIGON
Magpia IOiOO a. m.
Mupia 4t45 p. tn
Portland 2:00 p, m.
Rend 8iOO p. m.
BEND PORTLAND STAGE CO.
Depot Rainbow Cafe
. 1 ." " I 1 ' I m'l"
so dark they could not see to do
Grade Sclioul Notts
Officers of the grade room are:
Velma Teschner, mayor; Laurel
Hartman, secretary) Viola West,
Frelila Hachler and Glenn Hammer,
councilman; Lee Wonnlilde, boy'
class reporter; Beth West girls'
class reporter; June Hachler, bell
ringer; Frances McCoy, door keeper;
Geo llolloman, waste paper; Wilma
Wood, desk inspector; Norbert Wall,
writing paprr; Viola West, Frelda
Hachler, dust erasers.
Beat grades earned in Arithmetic
In the Fifth grade were by' Laurel
Hartman, Everett Hammer and
Officers in the Primary mm are!
Bob Uolloman, chairman ; Harvey
Well, pencil monitor; Rose Hartman,
paper monitor; Ted Hachler, desk
monitor; Vern Hachler, library manl
tor. BASEBALL SCHEDULE
Wapinitia has two more games to
play this season, one away and ono
st home. -The rrhodulo Is:
May 2 Shaniko-Antelope at
May 0 Shaniko-Antolope at Wap
initia. The Wapinitia Iliffh school boys
journeyed to Kent Sunday to play
baseball. When they arrived at
Kent, however, It began to rein.
They wait at Kent for nearly two
hours for the ruin to quit Jbut it
never did. As n result the game had
to be called off.
AfUr the Pii are Wad
After the pigs have been weaned
the owb should be placed on pasture
and given a small quanitity of grain.
Sows two years old and over which
have weaned spring Irtters and which
are not bred for fall farrowing may
be carried successfully on good al
falfa or clover pasture without grain
for two or three months. Very thin
ows and gilts weaning their first
litters should be separated from the
others, placed on good pasture, and
given a liberal grain ration. The
thin sows will generally gain rapidly
enough to be taken out in month.
It lr, well to feed the gilta some grain
during the whole period between
the weaning of their first two litters.
The flavor of whipped eream used
as a sauce may be varied. Add two
tablcNDoonKful nf dry powdered cocoa
to one-half pint of whipped cream j
wh'rh has heen sweetened to tasta
and flavored .'lightly with vanilla.
Or add a small amount of caramel
syrup. Or crushed fruit pulp such
as strawbprri"s. Whipped cream
flavorrd in different ways may b
served on sponge caka for an emer
Woodburn Bungalow theatre is
completely remodeled and redecorat
ed. NOTICE OF CONTEST
Department of tha laKrior, Uoitad ;
State. Land Offie, Tha Dane.,
Oregon, April 5, 1930.
To Frank M. Dodge of Maupin,
Oregon, Conto tee.
You are hereby notified that
Frank Hacklcr who gives 'U Thomas P.
Hudson, The Dalles, Oregon, as his
postoffice address, did on March 26,
1930, file in this office' his duly cor
roborated application to contest and
secure the cancellation of your
hornet tead entry No. , Serial No.
026390 made August 20, 1927, for
NW4, SWKNEK, NWHSEtt,
NSW'4, Sec. i, lota 2, 3, Sfitt
NWtt, NE14SW.H, NHSEtf, Sec.
7,NSWi Sec. 8 township 6, S.,
ranga 13, E., Willamette, meridian,
and as grounds for his contest be al
leges that said cntryman has wholly
fjiied to comply with the law; that
he has never established re-'idence
upon the land making no Improver
ments whatsoever and has wholly
abandoned the land ftr more than
six months last paet; that failure of
said enteryman to comply with the
law has not been i!c t bi employ
ment in the military or naval lervice
of the United States In any war In
which tbe United States hatbeen en
You are, therefore, further notified
that th said allegations will be
taken oi confessed, and' your said
entry w ll be canceled without fur
ther rigpt to be heard, either before
this off cc or on appeal, If yon fail
to file in this office within twenty
days af.cr tho fourth publication
of this iotie, as shown below, your
antiwer. under oath, specifically re
sponding to thot allegations of eon
test, tofethcr with due proof that
you bave served copy of your
answer n the Baid contestant cither
in person or by registered mail.
You jhould stat in your answer
the namls of the post office to which
you desi f utur nolices tb be sent
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.
Maupin State Bank
J. W. DONNELLY,
' Date of firjt publication April 24,
Date of second publication May 1,
Dnte of third publication May 8,
Date of fourth publication May 15,
CH AS. HALL
COOS AND CURRY
PM Advrt1.ir nt.
H!l f'ir-Oovriif.t f'hihl
L O Klhlm. MHnagr
I'ort Id ri, 'r.
SHEEP FOR SALE 120 young
Rambouletto sheep for sole at a
bargain if taken, at once. .Ralph
Morrre, Grizzly, Oregon. 23-t2
PIANO IN STORAGE Looks and is
like new. Will" sacrifice balance,'
$168.00. Terms; $2.00 "weekly.
Will discount for rash. Write
Tallman Piano Store, SOB routh
12th street, Salem, Oregon 23-t3
WOOD FOR SALE Pine Wood,
$800 per cord delivered in Mau
pin or vicinity. John Clark, Tygh
Valley, Oregon. '
POISONED GRAIN FOR SALE
Poisoned barley for grey diggers
at Shuttuck Bros., Maupin; Hart
man's Btore at Wapinitia; Van
Duyn's store at Tygh Valley;
Wharton's store at Wamic. Also
poisoned oats for sage rats at
Shattuck Bros., Maupin. 20-t4.
Shoes and Repairing
Watco County '$ Exclusive
hoea for th General Repairing
Whole FamUy The balles, Ore.
HAY FOR SALE Five tons of
wheat hay, also a yearling grada
Horeford Dull. Inqalrt of Otto
Herrling, Criterion. It-tf
A dollar's worth of
road for every dollar
of road money spent
Application of business
efficiency in handling
of county affairs.
15 years of business ex
perience and now a
successful , dirt farmer.
Overseas World War
Member of Grange
Candidate for Republi
can nomination for
buys the best and largest meal
served in The Dalles, at
Across the street from bis old
stand, i Now at 410 East Second
Lodgn No. 208, Maupin, Oregoa .
meets every Saturday night In L O.
O. F. hall. Visiting members alwtyi
Roy R. Crablree, N. G.
B. W. Welch, Secretary.
I lUVVttVUVHIU UIIV J
PRIVATJ5 BOOTHS I
Where the best 35 cent I
meal is served la
Nest The Dalles
C. N. Sargent, Prop.