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THE MAUPIN TIMES
Thursday, May 2$, 1430.
The Maupin Times
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER
C. W. SEMMES, Editor
C. W. Stmnw and E. R, Semraee
Jhtbllshed every Thursday at
SubKripUn: Q y.Tr, J 1.50; six
Bwotba, $1.00; tferoe month, Llcta.
Entered at second clan maill mat
ter September &, 1914, at the post
offke at Matrpin. Oregon, under the
act of Marsh 8, 1876.
Broka Track Aalo
While nearing Wamic Monday
afternoon the freight truck driven
by Tom Swett broke down, an axie
giving way. Tom phoned to Joe
Xrame; and that worthy soon pro
cured a substitute for the broken
part and had it installed. Tom got
home in time to go to bed.
Former Pobluher Ctlt
Mrs. je;siline Morrison, former
publisher of The Maupin Times,
ith her daughter, Miss Edith, called
at our sauctum on Monday. Mrs.
Morrison is now conducting a job
printing shop at buttle Ground,
Washington, and is taking her annual
vacation after a strenuous year's
work She is at present at Wamic on
a visit with her mother.
Completed School Term
Mrs. Anna Bradway has complct
d her school teaching term at the
Frieda school and on Tuesday left
for Portland. She will return for i
short time and them go to Roseburg.
here she has a home. Mru. Brad
way's work at Frieda was much ap
preciated by the pupils there and it
waa with reluctance they saw her
leave for the summer.
Nowlyweds Vi.lt Here
Archie Swtvt and wife, newlywed.
from Dufur, came over Sunday am
sjcnt the day with the groom';; broth
er, Tom Swett, and wife. The ex
p?ct to make their home at Dufur.
Taking Form Down
Richmonds completed filling th(
forms for their new garage building
on Sunday and on Tuesday began
removing the lumber therefrom
The walls show up smooth and firm
and v.ork will now be commenced on
the roof and interior finishing. The
building adds much to the appearance
of Maupin's main street
Big Order For Boards
A. Lincoln Hartman recently re
ceived an order for 600 toy ironing
boards, they being made the same
at his regular utility board, but on
a smaller scale. The order came
from the big Meier & Frank Portland
store. Link made his initial ship
ment to the firm on Tuesday.
Company Not Operating J
The Mt. Hood Land & Wa'.ar
i r.rriy, in reality the old Wapinitia
rriMtion company, does not seem tr
be operating to any great extent on
he Flat lor a time they had n
' row f Kicn, tw , at work th..
May 31June 1
Band of Bucking Hores,
A Real Wild Buff al9
Four-Horse Chariot Race
Standing Ronjan Races,
Merry Mix-Up Ride
, Dance, Concessions, Etc
Everett Wilson, Manager
Adults 75 cents; Children 25 cents
SHIP BY TRUCK
RE0UI.AU FREIGHT LINE SERVICE
. Between '..
PORTLAND THE DALLES MAUPIN
THE DALLES TRUCK LINE Inc. SPICKERMAN'S TRUCK LINE
PORTLAND-THE DALLES THE DALLE3-MAUP1N
and Way Points and Way Points '
BONDED & INSURED CARRIERS
is, i hey vrcre (apposed to work out
the ditch leading from the mountain".
The tw0 men succeeded in dumping
a few wheelbarrow loads of earth in
a break that occurred in the canal a
year ago, after being on the job two
weeks. Water is reaching the alfalfa
field, but only through the effort!
and work done by the Contract ho'd
ers. MotJ Beltdi
Joe Chastain has moved the main
part of the residence building re
cently acquired from Frank Creager,
to the foundation and will build up a
modern hon e. When that is com
pleted Mr. Chastain will proceed
with the erection of another resi
Wool Pauiag Threat
Several trucks loaded with wool
pass ' through Maupin djaily now.
The clips come from farther east and
the sacks seem to be packed with
U. B. Sunday Srvico ,
Rev. Clark Smith announces that
there will be a daily Bible school at
Wapinitia all next week, beginning
n Sunday. The school is conduct
ed by the Misses Ada Swett and Eva
Smith and is for children between ,
he ages of four and 14 years. Sab
bath school at 10:00 a. m, preaching
service? after Sunday school and
again in the evening.
Bible Sthool Program
A vacation Bible school program
was- given at the church at Maupin
on Sunday evening last, Miss Ada
Swett having the matter in charge.
The program consisted of excerpts
'rem lessons learned at the Bible
school, thete being interspersed with
singing and talks by those in charge.
A lirge attendance greeted the little
Work Hone to TroatdaJe
The Sherlock Construction com
pany, road builder-', has been buying
p work horses in this vicinity this
jreek. This (Thursday) morning
he company shipped a carload of
such horses to Troutdale, to be taken
-o Gresham, and from there to road
work sites. The O. W. carried the
norres out of the s.'Wthern Wasco
DeVo on Vacation-
, A. W. DeVoe anfc wife left yes
terday for Lost !La1ke, Idaho,
where they expect to spend the major
part of the vacation at the summer
resort of Mrs. DeVoe'e parents.
During their absence our popular
teachere will make fide trips to
Canada and other points of Inter
est They will return in time for
the opening of school next fall.
Crabtreci t. Leave '
We are informed that Job Crab
tree and family Intend to soon leave
.Maupin, going to tome place down
"he Clumbia river. The Crabtree
family has been in Maupiin about
four years since leaving Astoria, but
lack of work in the carpenter line
lbout this place rauses them to again
seek other fields. Just when the
move will be made we have not lcarn
jd. :nt St will be soon.
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OrlETTER cabbage makes better
ii Kraut, t ins it me principle
on which caunrrj are wurkinu
in every field of the ministry m or
der that the huustrwuc may have
the best foods possible. It was fii
this purpose of securing the ben
possible raw products to go into
cans that a Canner's Cnnurcuce
a held recently in tl.e Horticul
ture an Fcestiy Building of the
Ohio bute University, at Colut.i
Limelight on Kraut
One of the interesting discussion
at the coui'crence wus concerned
with growing kraut cabbage. With
the limcltpht foci.sed on saMorkr'it
as iKver before, accl.iitnd by physi
ibm and Iwalth-authoritits, served
on famous restaurant menus as well
as in hunies everywhere, and with
kraut juice joni. ar s a !n;ik m
hotels and nr. r;uIro.id diniriR-rur!'
s!I u.cr il; country, it ii i:ucor-
Filled U Front Yard
Mike VanLaanen has been busy a
few days this week filling in and
leveling the front yard at the Joe
Kxamer residence. Mike also con
structed a walk leading from the
house to the side walk.
Maupin and Tygh Valley baseball
teams clashed at the fair grounds
last Sunday. The Tygh boys proved
too fast for the Maupin players,
winning the game by a tcore of nine
Will Begin Shearing
Shearers have begun their sea
son's work, beginning on the Abbot
bands. . The Connolly woollies are
being bereft of their fleeces at this
time, machines being used. The
shearers will shear the Hunt flocks
when through at Abbott's and aftsr
that will go to Fitzpatrkks.
Dogs Kill Chickens
Chicken killing dogs ran rampant
about Maupin yesterday morning.
They got into R. W. Richmond's
chicken yard and before becoming
satisfied had killed 13 small chick
ens. Richmond hus declared war on
dogs and the owners are notified
to either keep them up or make ar
rangements to bury tltem.
The following from The Dalbs
Optimist will be of interest to many
Maupin people wh0 are friends of
the groom mentioned :n the following
announcement: "Mrs. J. Scow Call
ihan entertained at bridg? Fridav
evening to anwince thi engagement
fjf her sister, Miss Aieiinie White,
Every able bodied man in Mau
pin who is not working and who
is interested in our schools, is so
licited to turn out on
Monday, June 2
and help level and grade ground
back of the High school to make
a Maupin school
This is a community movement
and should be assisted by all.
Meals will be furnished both men
and teams, so please turn out.
t int that pcrtert cabbage go into
tii.ewive want ouality canned
Io'kIs, it was generally agreed at
this eoi.lertrue. It does not require
h yli ir.-.'sur.'. siitcsmaiisliip to sell
thi best m tamted iimxI. lint qual
ity taw products are necessary to
iM.luce ti-.Mii'y cjuned loods. ami
.r this re-isn leaders in the can
'in. il.untry conferral with the
n.ition's leading horticultural au
!.i"itifS. 1 vo .if the most popular and
hcjtl.lul dr.nks that h;;e acquired
:t vo.;jc in reant years are saucr
kruiit jttice and tumain juice. Here
:$ wav of com!nuing them both;
;:n'r (-ri;ur o., I o. unto CnetlHil'.
Mi tOKcrhei with cracked ice in
,i fvikt&il sli'..tT, me part juice
i;.inl cmii-.xI saur' raut and one '
(art juice from canutd tomatoes,
-.,lt an I V';i'n!:a, and shake mil' I
cry cold and foam v. Serve at
or-e in mia'.l s'.jj.es.
to Addie II. Wray of Maupin. The
wedding will tske place during the
summer. Five tables of bridge were
in play." J.
Debarred For Life'
Gubernatorial Nominee Joseph and
his arch enemy, Attorney Mannix,
both of Portland, were debarred
from the practice of law by a deci
sion of the supreme court handed
down this week. The disbarment is
for life, although Joseph may square
himself by a retraction of the state
ment made by him that Oregon's
supreme court waj a body of
Suit on Note Filed
W.,E. Hunt has filed suit In clr
cuit court to collect on notea ag'
gregating $1500, which the com
plaint allege were given to him on
December 30, 1927, by Peter Kil
burg and W. O. Miller. The notes,
Recording to the complaint bore 10
per cent interest. A payment of
$100, the complaint stated, was
made for interest in December, 1928.
but no other payment was ever made
on the notes, it was declared.
DR. CLARICE COMING
. Dr. Clsrgc of the Clarke, Optical
Co., 326 Vi Washington street, cor
ner 6th, Portland, Oregon. EYE
FIGHT SPECIALISTS, will be In
Maupin, all day and evening, Mon
day June, 2nd, at the Maupin
Ijotel. SEE HIM ABOUT YOUR
Bring us your picture developing
A free enlargement with each 60
rents worth of work. Maupin Drug
Demand working: capital and
Banking Credit available at need.
Every accommodation consistent
with sound banking practice is ex
tended to patrons of this institution.
LET US SERVE YOU
Maupin State Bank
NOTICE OF ANNUAL SCHOOL
Notice is hereby given to the
legal voters of School District No.
84, of Wasco county, State of Ore
gon, that the annual t chord meet
ing of said District will bo held
at the High school building; to be
gin at the hour of 2:30 o'clock p.
m. on the third Monday of June,
being the lGth day of June, A. D,
This meeting Is called for the
putjose of electing one director and
ckrk and the transaction of busi
ness usual at such meeting.
Dated this 21st day of May, 1930,
II. R. Kaiser,
Chairman Board of Directors.
Blanche E. Hedin,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior
U. 8. Land office at The Dalles,
Oregon, May 8. 1930.
Notice is hereby given that
of Maupin, Oregon, who, an January
23, 1925, made H. E. 023005 under
act February 19, 1909 for SE14, sec
tion 25, T. 6 S., R. 13 E., Lot 4 sec
tion 30, Lots 1, 2, section 31, T. 5 S.,
R. 14 E. W. M., and on November 26,
1927, made additional II. E. 025326
under act December 29, 1916 for
NEK8EVi,Sec. 13, 8WUNEH.EH
SEK, 8ec. 24 T. 6 S., T. 13., and
Lot 4, Sec. 18, NEViSWVl, Sec. 5,
Township 6-South, Range 14-Eant,
Willamette Meridian, has filed notice
of intention to make final thrcu year
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, Rg.
FOR SALE! Dry pine and fir wood,
$4.60 per cord In timber or $7.50
delivered in Maupin or in vicinity.
Inquire of C. H. Walker, Maupin,
FOR SALE OR TRADE Gentle
saddle horse. Address Everett
Wilson. Route No. 2, Dufur, Ore.
BUICK FOR TRADE 1925 Btiick
roadster to trade for horses. Ad
dress Everett Wilson, Route No,
2, Dufur, Oregon. 2G-t4.
Maupin . , 10.00 a. m.
Maupin 4:45 p. m.
Portland , 2:00 p. m.
Bend 800 p. m.
BEND- PORTLAND STAGE CO.
Depot Rainbow Cafe
WE RN MARK
Shoes and Repairing
Watco County's Exclusive
3fcooa for th
The Dalles, Ore.
Cottage Grove New street light
ing rystem inaugurated.
Sun., June 1st
Effective above date general
changes will go into effect between
Portland and Bend, under which
the time at Maupin wlD be as fol
lows: Laavo for Portland, No, 103, li30
Arrive at Portland, 7i30
Arrivo from Portland, No. 101,
3:16 a. tn.
Lave Portland, fiSO p. m.
Full information of
E. W. GRIFFIN, Agent
L. S. Davis, Trav. Pagr. Agt
mm TRUNK RY.
Ceatnl Orten Uee
MAUPIN . . . OREGON
buya the best and largest meal
served in The l)alles, at
The Green Front
Next to Dalles Creamsry
I. O. O. F.
liOdgn No. 20$, ' Maupin, Oregon
meets every Sitttrdjiy night In L 0.
0. F. ball. Visaing members always "
Roy R. Crabtree, N. C.
B. W. Welch, Secretary.
Where the best 35 cent
meal Is served in
Next The Dalles
C. N. Sr.rgent, Prop,