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THE MAUHN TIMES
Thursday, May 42. 1650.
The Maupin Times
AN INDEfENDENT NEW6PAPEK
a V. SEMM2S, Editor
C. TF. Seamen tad E. R. Setnmcs
Published every Thursday at
- . Maopln, Oregon
Poppy Sl Satnrd.y Nifht
Don't forget the poppy sale and
program at Legion hall Saturday
night The Legion Auxiliary has the
matter in charge and promise 'a
good time to all who attend. The
program will be free a slight charge
being made for the refreshments.
Shedy Brook Dnce
& F jJaa& niAi will llA
One year, $1.60, m ... j.... iwv rnmmunitv
IlViU V II V ''"vn w-.
hall on this week Saturday night
months, $1.00; three months, BScts.
Entered as second class njaill mat- J This Is the annual free dance given
Ur September 8, 191!, at the post- bv the Shady Brookers and
Will Prow Up
Billy Fischer has a notice of proof
in this issue of The Times. Billy
will make final proof of his home
stead under a three-year residence
The proof to be made before Court
Commissioner Frank Stuart July 22.
His witnes s will be John Foley,
Frank Lkter, W. J. Harris and W.
office at Maupin, Oregon, under the
ct of March 8, 1876,
$M CaaoliM Sale
, Last Sunday Johrny Williams told
bout 500 gallons of gasoline. The
sale were made mostly to tourists,
although a few fishermen patronized
the pumps at the Maupin carop
Baked Hi Let
While training for the ; prints at
O. S. C last week Estcl Stovall
strained the tendons of one shin.
To relieve the strain a trainer placed
him under an are light and succeeded
in baking the leg so much that now
Estel is limping about the campus.
He expects to be in shape for the
track meet this week Saturday.
Vacation Bible School
At Wapinitia beginning Sunday
morning and continuing all of next
week. This will conclude with a
Children's Day program and gather
ing, also a basket dinner on June
good mitic and good floor a
time may be expected. Supper will
be served fr 60 cents.
Will Sim Solo
Special musical service at the
church on Sunday night At that
time several Maupin vocalists will as
Fist in s inging and Dr. W, A. Short
vVill render tnat beautiful hymn,
No Night There."
Petrified Fore Found s
Another petrified fored, the only
one so far discovered with the trees
with : lvin M .thcv eli millions of years
n.4 ajfo. is reported to the u. o. r orest
Broko Collar Bono
While wrestling with some school
mates at the fair grounds tat Fri
day Orville Fraley suffered1 the
breaking of his right collar bone.
Dr. Elwood bandaged the break and
for the coming few weeks Crvlllt
will carry his arm in a sling.
First communion services will be
in charge of Rev. Father Casey of
The I-alles at the Catholic church
Sunday morning. At that time Edna
Cantfell and daughter of Jake Peter
son c' Sherars Bridge will mako their
Service. The forest, hich covers
several acres, was found by a road
building expedition on the lower
Yellowstone reclamation project
Some of the trees are 10 feet iri
diameter and more than ' 100 feet
Dr. and Mrs. L, S, Stovall art en
tertaining the father and sister of
the doctor, they being G. S. Stovall
and Mrs. Guy Breech, who came up
from Turlock, California, for a visit
Mrs. Breech's husband is included
with the vi iters. The party Intends
to spend some time in Maupin.
Left For Dnfnr Ranch
Mrs. H. F. Bothwell left for the
Bothwell ranch at Dufur ycrtcrday
morning. , During the summer sea
son Mrs. Bothwell will visit Mau
pin one day each week so that her
piano students may receive
Maupin Sunday school will con
vene at 10:00 a. m. Sunday morn
ing with preaching by Pastor Smith
immediately following. Preaching
again at 8:00 in the evening. At
that service will be a demonstration
program of the Vacation Bible school.
Everyone invited and urged to at
tend that the boys and girls may be,
encouraged in the good work of the
Sabbath school. v.
She What do you know
He rienty, I drove a taxi
three years. ,
Rk Man Any liquor bottles,
Lady (frigidly) Do I look as if
Rab Man Well, then, any vinegar
He Dearest, 1 love you terribly. J
She You certainly do.
Sam Once I loved a girl and the
made a fool out of me.
Louise It goes to show what a
Demand working capital and
Banking Credit available at need.
Every accommodation consistent
with sound banking practice is ex
tended to patrons of this institution.
May 31-Jime 1
The Program Consists of:
SHOW Sat Night.
MAY 31 and JUNE 1
Everett Wilson, Manager
Vitited Sabbath School
River, were out-of-town people who j 'S lnprwon some girls make.
B. Sabbath school last
visited the U,
Sunday. The reverend cntkman
and wife were passing through and
stopped off long enough to attend
Car Broke Axle
A Portland man driving a Maxwell
car suffered a slight accident on the
cut-off Sunday. His car swerved
and in to doing an axle was broken.
Joe Kramer towed the car to Mau-
r. 1 Ml! 1 J I,
, pin ana dux ocniuing soon onu
in traveling condition again.
Tom Baird and D. Kelleher. pipe
man and powder monkey, left for
their homes at The Dalles Tuesday
afternoon, they having concluded
their work on the new reservoir. The
new tank is a model of its kind and
those instrumental in its construction
have built a monument that will en
dure for all time.
Suspicious Husband Who
His Better Half Only
Su- ipciotis Husband Well,
left her pipe.
LET US SERVE YOU
Maupin State Bank
"My razor doesn't cut at alf." ,
., 'J Why, Henry, you don't mean to
tclT me that your beard is tougher
than the oil cloth."
Jones Your dog bit me.
Neighbor He did not I
Neighbor First, my dog has
teeth; second, he is not ferocious;
third, he is particular whom he bitec;
fourth. 1 have no dog.
EFFECTIVE MAY 22nd TO SEPT. JOth
FINAL RETURN LIMIT OCTOBER 31st
LIBERAL STOPOVERS GOING AND RETURNING
Sundays 10:36 A. M.
Shsrman with the
BOUND TRIP TO
KANSAS CITY.... 7S.60
8T. LOUIS.. SSJI0
NEW ORLEANS . 111.35
NEW YOttK 1S1.70
Caught Three Salmon
Elza Derthick is thorough in all
he undertakes. During the winter
Elza goes after fur; when the smelt
are running the young man gets his
share, and the same applies to his
fisliing. Saturday he and his dad
went to Sherars Bridge and fished
for salmon. Elza was the better
fiserman of the two, he landing
three fine chinooks. He used a
common spinner, baiting with chubs.
She But, seriously, doc n't your
wife object to us being seen together
He M'no. What worries her is
when we're not seen, you know.
Had 'Em All
Cop Let me see your license.
Autoist Marriage, car, driver's,
camper's, fishing, dog, hunting, or
builder's liccense? Helen, reach me
the license file under the teat.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land office at The Dalles,
Oregon, May 8. 1930.
Notice is hereby given that
of Maupin, Oregon, who, an January
23, 1925, mado II. E. 023605 under
act February 19, 1909 for SEVi, sec
tion 25, T. 6 S.. R. 13 F.., Lot 4 sec
tion 30, Lots 1, 2, section 31, T. 6 S,,
R. 14 E. W. M., and on November 2fl,
1927, made additional 11. E. 025325
under act December 29. 1916 for
NE'aSEK.Scc 13, SW'ANEU.KH
SEVi, Sec. 24 T. 5 S., T. 13., and
Lot 4, Sec. 18, NE'ASW', Sec. 5,
Township 6-South, Range 14-East,
Willamette Meridian, has filed notice
of intention to make final three yenr
proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before F. D. Stuart,
United States commissioner, at Mau
pin, Oregon, on the 22nd day of July
Claimant names as witnesses: John
Foley, Frank Lister, W. J. Harris,
W. H. Williams all of Maupin, Ore
J. W. DONNELLY, Reg.
In relaying the feed pipes leading
from the ram3 to the new reservoir;
it was found necessary to bend an
elbow and weld the sections of the
pipes together. Bill Schilling took
his 'welding outfit to the reservoir
and prcceeded to do the work. His
job showed he was a ma-ster in the
art of welding and it will be a long
time before this place will need new
Olive Why can't lightning strike
the front end of a street car?
Oiled Because the motorman's a
"How is your son doing in college?"
"Fine, He writes that he has ma
triculated already, and he hasn't
been there a month."
Kpt It To Th'mnelve.
Professor What have you found
out about the salivary glands?
Student Not a thing. They're so
Also Connection with the famous
Only Thru Train Portland to Chicago
LEAVES THE DALLES SiSf P. M. DAILY
R. B. BELL, Agent, Maupin, Ore.
H. D, ATHON, Trav. Freight and P an. Agt., Bend, Ore.
SHIP BY TRUCK
REGULAR FREIGHT LINE SERVICE
; PORTLAND - THE DALLES MAUPIN
TW6 DALLES TRUCK LINE Ine. SPICKERMAN'S TRUCK LINE
i PORTLAND- THE DALLES THE DALLES-MAUPIN
and Way Point. and Way Point.
DONOED & INSURED CARRIERS
"W 11 '" "' ". . '"nil III' ' ip". '-'!" "I'lMW
NOTICE OF CONTEST
Department of the Interior, Unit.d
State. Land Offic, The D.llei,
Oregon, April 8. 1930.
To Frank M. Dodge of Maupin,
You are hereby notified thit
Frank Hacklor who gives 7 Thomas R
Hudson, The Dalles, Oregon, as his
postoffice address, did on March 20,
1930, file in thie office his duly cor
roborated application to contest and
secure the cancellation of your
homestead entry No. , Serial No.
026390 made August 20, 1927, for
NWK, SWVlNEVi, NWV4SEH,
NHSWVi, Sec , lots 2, 3, Sfc'
NWK, NEKSWK, NHSE'4, Sec.
7,NttSWK, Sec 8 township fl, S.,
range 13. E., Willamette, meridian,
and as grounds for his contest he al
lege that said eutryman baa wholly
ft tied to comply with the law; that
ho has never established residence
upon the land making no improve
monta whatsoever and has wholly
abandoned the land for more than
six months last past; that failure of
said errterynian to comply with tha
lov has not lavi ?ue to hia enplc
ment In tho military or naval larvic
of the United States in any war In
which the United States hat been o
gaged. You arc, therefore, further notified
that tht said allegations will bt
taken a. confessed, and your said
entry will be canceled without fur
ther right to ba heard, either before
this office or on appeal, If you fail
to file in this office within twenty
days aftnr the fourth publication
of this notice, a shown below, your
answer, under oath, specifically re
sponding to these alkgationa of eon
test, together with due proof that
you have served a copy of yoor
answer on the said contestant either
in p'rson or by registered mall
You should ttata In your answer
the name of the poet offic to which
you desire future notices to be seat
J W. DONNELLY, RegUter.
Date of first publicaUlon, April
Date of second publication May 1,
Date of third publication May 8,
Date of fourtth publication May
Win. A. SHORT
MAUPIN . OREGON
FOR SALE Dry pine and fir wood,
$4.60 per cord in timber or $7.50
delivered in Maupin or in vicinity.
Inquire of C. H. Walker, Maupin,
FOR SALE OR TRADE Gentle
saddle horse. Address Everett
Wilson. Route No. 2, Dufur, Ore.
tf!?rHIS is a push-the-button sgc
j, wherein it is possible to' have
anything from a Western Union
boy to an in-a-door b;d by mere
ly pushing a button or turning a
crank. If you live in New York
City you can even go into a res
taurant, drop a coin in the slot and
have boiling coffee and cooling
cream pour simultaneously into
your waiting cup,
The modern woman keeps pace by
devoting a shelf in her pantry' to
push-the-button meals. This doesn't
mean that she has pigeon-holed the
old-time good things that take a day
tp cook. , There are days just
meant for chopping and grinding
and blending mincemeat, say, to be
later piled into flaky crusts that
melt in your mouth and tell, the
world that you have baked an
honest-to-goodness home-made pie.
Presto! Dinner's Served
But there are days, too, when
people drop in, or you go out, re
turning home with only time, fig'
ufatively speaking, to push-the-bO-ton.
. Then the shelf of prepared
foods is a life-saver. What does it
hold in store? There are Italian
dinners with meat sauce that takes
a day to cook, already cooked in
tht can; Mexican dinners that re
quire only that the chili eon came
be heated and poured over hot
tamaks in the Mexican manner;
and an endless list of American
favorites such as corned beef hash
that needs only browning in the
oven and the possible addition of a
poached egg; oven-baked beam
which have cooked for hours with
pork, brown sugar and molasses
and need, only a minute to heat;
fruits already mixed for salads
ready, to be hurried into lettuce
nests, and delicious berries, ready
for sponge layer and a topping,
perhaps, of hastily-beaten cream.
These are only a few of the
foods that can be prepared while
the kettle boils to our grand
mothers they would truly be push-the-button
BUICK FOR TRADE 1925 Bulck
roadster to trade for hornca. Ad
dress Everett Wllaon, Route No.
2, Dufur, Oregon. 2544.
Mipin IOiOO a. m.
Maupin 4i45 p. m.
P-ortl.nd 2iOO p. m.
Bend 8:00 p. m.
BEND. PORTLAND STAGE CO.
Depot Rainbow Cafe
Shoes and Repairing
' Waico County ' Exclusive
Shoe Store ,
koea for th
The Dalles, Ore.
buy the beat and largest meal
served in The Dalles, at
The Green Front
Next to Dalles Creamery
i. o. o. r.
Lodgn No. 209, Mauprn, Oregon
meets every Saturday night in L 0.
O. F. hall. Visiting members always
Roy R. Cr.btr.e, N. G.
B. W, Welch, Secretary.
Where the best 35 cent
. meal is served In
Next The Dalles
C.N. Sargent, Prop.