The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930, February 11, 1916, Image 8

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The Maupin Times
Published Every Friday at Maupin, Oregon,
J. E, Disiikow, Publisher
Subscription: One Year, $1.50,Six Months 75cts, Three Months 50
Entered as seeond class mail matter September 2, 1914, at the
post office at Maupin, Oregon, under the Act of March 3, 1879.
Lincoln's birthday, tomorrow.
Tygh Valley 1
(100 late for last week)
Mr. Morrow of Wamic moved
to our burg . Monday, occupying
the Milt Morris house. '
Joe Wing and family who have
been occupying rooms at the
hotel have moved back on their
place at the top of the McCorkle
Mrs. Luella Johnson has moved
back from Wamic to take charge
of the Tygh hotel. . . . .
Mrs. Mollie Morrow ha3 been
in charge of the hotel during
Mrs. Johnson's absence.
Harvey McOlain's sister who
has been visiting him the past
few weeks, left for home Satur-
J day, Harvey taking her to the
TT'NOW how to work ; how
to play: and where their
play time iabest They help to
make your visit to California
truly delightful
Go via "Ac
Union Pacific System
Any agent will be glad to help you
plan your trip ; orwrite the General
Passenger Agent, Portland, for liter'
ature and full information. ,
Charley Wing went to Dufur
last week bringing over a family
who are residing in one of the
A. M. Young houses, and are
running a confectionary and
barber shop.
Grandma McCowan came out
from The Dalles last week and
is visiting with her children. -
The Hi Jinks dub gave what
they say is their last dance of
the season Saturday night. There
was a large crowd and everyone
enjoyed the evening so well that
they hope to have at least one
Mr. Gibbslostoneof his horses
this week. . .
Mr. Hauser and C W. Wing
are hauling hay from Tygh
Ridge. There seems to be Buch a
scarcity of hay and every where
there are so many out of feed
that they sit up and take notice
of the snow.
Mr. Q- C. Morrow is visiting
his parents this week.
A. J. McMurry and family of
Lyle, Wash., were visiting his
sister Mrs. Rowan last week
J. T. Harper lost his valuable
Aredale last week. In attempt
ing to ford the creek it got
caught in the current and was
washed under the ice and was
Q. C Morrow moved his fam
ily dovvn on his father's place
on White River and is going to
work there for the present, the
snow being too deep in the hills
for pleasure.
Mirk Collins has cropped wort
in the saw miill and laid off the
crew in the timber dunntr t.h's1
stormy weather.
The Shady Brook school has
been discontinued for a few
wee'es, the tea:l er, Mrs Norton,
going back to Portland where
she 'way called recently to see
h r mother who wan very ill.
They will employ another teacher
and finish the term as soon as
the weather will permit
Miss Francis Morrow has been
suffering from an attact of ton
bi litis causing her to miss a few
days of sc'ioo'.
The primary room has four
new pupils this week.
All Around Town
Clubbing' Rates With
Km km wmm
Band practice every Tuesday
Frank Buzan was a busineos
cal'er in town Tuesday.
Go to Fischer's Garage for all
your automobile accessories, gaso
line and storage of machinery.
Get your butter wrappers print
ed at The Times office. I
The Times would like to ex
change subscriptions in part pay
for wood. Call tis up.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L Morris and
daughter Emma, were shopping in
Maupin Monday. . "'
Subsciipiions for stock iu the
Tygh Vullty Fair Association will
be received at The Times office.
Mrs. Ray returned home Monday
from the Davis home at Bakeoven.
Exquisite Chocolates at Tallcott's
Just received, a fresh invoice of
delicious chocolates and other nice
candies. .
Mr and Mrs. L. C. Henneghan
came down Wednesday and r port
lots of water on the surface of Jun
iper Flat at present.
If the other fellow could not fix
your watch bring it to Emmons
the jeweler.
Several men have been emphned
this week clearing away the snow
in the store yaids of the Hunt's
Ferry warehouse.
E. 1. Fischf-r is planning the
erection of a building on the soutli-
west side of the garage 18x40, to
be used for a repair shop.
Mrs. Wm. Burke arrived home
Sunday morning from their farm
at Dayton Oregon. , She was de
layed nearly a week in Portland by
the snow d. taxing the trains.
The colt which Claud Wilson
has advertised in th? Times the
past few week, lias through that
medium Inyo loo .led. by his owner
W. II. Aldmke.
C, E Tunison came to Maupin
Tuesday, and Wednesday moved
his son Iiiirl.and ' fn mil v from their
literion hoiiKslead .t('i his Hake-
ven home tor the remainder ot
t'ie winter.
Ray Kayler came near having n
serious accident last evening when
the doubletree of liis sleigh broke
throwing him between jt and the
horses and shaking up the ladies
wdio were riding with him. f
T. A. Connolly returned Friday
from The Dulles, having made the
rip east to the Deschutes river on
hand car and walked across the
railroad bridge at Celilo, to Fall-bridge.
Mrs. J, A. Chouiuard and chil
ren moved Monday afternoon
from their island home in the river
to a nect ion'-house, so that they
will be safe in case the island is
flooded by the high water,
John Muir has been assisting
11 delivering the Wapiuitia mail,
he itiaking Hhe trip up one day
and remaining there, while Mr.
Roberts comes here and returns to
Wapiuitia the next day.
Claud Wilson was again detained
in Maupin last night owing to the
high water in Bakeoven creek,
making it impossible for him to
return home. He said that when
he left home in the morning thr
snow was still holding hack the
water at that place.
The Constant dropping of water
wears mVay the hardest s-tone,
the Constant gnaw of Towser mas
ticates the toughest bone, the
constant cooing lotfer catries'off
the blushing maid and the constant
advertiser is the one that gets the
trade, '
While' focal bread dealers Tind
customers Were disappointed last
week in not receiving anv bread
due to the delay of the O W. train
snowbound near Cascade Locks,
the passengers on that train were
fortunate to have sixty loaves of
bread with which to appease
the wolf during their-ot "hours
Brenton and drover Sths!ier and
Hugh Mulkins who rthie' Over
from Dufur last week attemp'teVl to
make the return trip Saturday
around bv the Shearer grade "which
has been used some for travel dur
. 1 1
nig the recent snow, hut were
unanle to grt.ns tar aS'tne power
4lant at White Kiver, 'so abandon
ed the itiea anS "Came back to
remain until t lie roads are lietter
cleared of snow.
Mem. Coll, Phys. & Surg.,
Licentiate Minnesota and
Prompt Service on Either
Day or TJighi Calls
Eyes tested, Glasses Pitted i
Make land filings and final proof
before United States Commissioner
Stuart. '
Can You Do It?
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Mtbaakal toJcuU m csmrttd bj tbt prop dlMtarat ti prritrUy mute
bralbIU(iirftttt(!ltMWmJ7alKriatl. Thli prfel ibmlitw nd cull
M filuta lachu lion la tfi. II jom nnaot dontw ihotild mr apwuclw.
It iam am tj 10 bvj tfccj qmutfa. Tiny dtowrl tbt nji of li(U, diiiiubik
B)il(i of viiuii, ciuh fain and dianmfort toi 1 0)11 Iht UtiL Wb It it
rvnairy b hold wnrk or rtvliaa witter fvibtr Una (Ultra beba rrwn tfe tjm
in wli-f to ilitttctlly It It nrc tlpi ot Filling rtibn, w4 m rh limijuii.
imm tart mi mil tw ftud by hitlaft pljf Uuanl. ""
Dr. C. H. Francis, - Optician
Wm. Hunt came in from the
Ciiterion SL'c'ion last Friday.
The regular 50 cent box of
chocolates for 30 cents at Tallcott's
just out of the factory.
Investigation will open Monday
before the circuit court, in session
at The Dalles this week concerning
a couple of colts found with the
heads and brands removed which
are. supposed to have been the
property of Clem Matthews.
Don't blame your clock It
needs cleaning. Emmons will
do it for you and guarantee it.
The letiers of -correspondence
belated by iheMrregVilar mails wi
receive the credit on our accunnts-
the snine as if received 0:1 time
when thi- postmark on the envelope
h'-ars the d.ite ' showing that they
Weiv mail-d at the usual time
Good Investment
An investment thoroughly worth
while in offered for fale for a short
time at $22.56 an acre. Farm of
200 acres on part ternls; 50 acres
in cultivation and 75 more can be
cultivated and the balance is good
pastue (ind woods land, Good
buildings and fences and right to
plenty of irrigation water. All
kinds of fruit. On rural mail ro;ite
and telephone line and reasonably
close to school and church. Call
at the Times office.
Local Markets
Potatoes, 1,75,
Cabbaae, 2c. '
Onions, 2 I-2C.
Eggs, 40.
Butter, creamery 40; dairy 35
Sugar, 7.00.
Apples, choice 1.75 box.
Bacon, 17 1-2 to 25.
Salt dairy 65 per sack, fancy
table 90.
F'lour, hbl 5.60, 6,00.
Bran, $29 per ton.
Shorts, $31 per ton.
Salt, $15 per ton.
Wheat, forty-fold 96, club
blue stem t.oi.
Hogs, best light 6.10
If ( ti g;t a ' .ample copy' of the
Times this vvtek you are invihd 10
careful !v look it over and come in
and su'iM'iibe. We want ni t . 1 1
our mailing list.
' Church Notice.
Maupin Sunday ' services, Sunday
School, 10 a. 111., preaching, 11 a.
m. and 7:30 p, 111. Come.
G. R. ELLIS, Pastor.
Department of the Interior,
U S. Land Office at The .'Dalles
Oregon, January 19, 1916.
NOTICE is hertbv givfii tlt-st
of Shaniko, Oregon, who 011 M.i
st, 1612, made HoiiKteiul Eutiy
mo. 0I0255 nid on May 22nd iju,
m ide addiii ,'ial Homestead E itrv,
no. 01322. for SI-2N Vl-4 & the
SWi.4 " Si-C. 33. T. 7 S, K. 15 K,?
I its 3 ( Section 4, Township"g
soutli, Riiii'.'.e i.vEast, Willametl.'
'.leridian, .has fiifd notice of inten
tion to imiVe Filial three year
I'roof, to establish claim to the
1 oid above described, before H. C.
Rooptr, U. . S. Coinmissioner, at
Antelope. Q, on the 1st dsiy
if March, 1916.
Claimant names as witnesses:
jlerbert W. Cook, Harrison Gray,
Qhatles C. Robinnou, Henry Cook-,
all of Shaniko, Oregon.
H. sank Woodcock,
p Regiser.
of Criterion, Oregon, who, on
September 19th, 1912, made
Homestead E it ry No, 01074 1 and
on May 1st 1914 made additional
Homestead F.ntry No. 012997, for
51-2 NKI-4,, SI-2 NWI-4. & ..Lots
1-2-3-4 s'-'c- 5'Lot l Section 6,
Township 7-Siuth, Range 15-last,
vVillamette Meridian, has filed
notice of intention to make, i'mal
three year Proof, to establish claim
to the laud above described. I fore
F. D. Stuart, U. S. Co.uiuis--ioner,
at Maupin, Oregon, on the
4th day of March, 1916,
Claimant names as witnees:
i). L. Ruthford, C. . Duus, Fred
vloruqiiist, R. H. DeCamp all of
Criterion, Oregon.
H. Frank .Woodcock,
p Register.
Department of the Interior,
U S. Land office at The Duller,
Vegon, December 29th, 1915.
NOTICE is hereby given i!nt
vhose post-office address is Wapiu
itia, Oregon, did oh the 17th day
of March, igr5, file in this office
Sworn Statement and Application,
lo. 014619, to purchase the SRI 4
3BI-4, Sec 18- NEI-4 NEi-4, Sec
'iou 19, Township 6-South, Range
13-east WillainetteMeridlan.aild tlie
imber thereon, under the provis
ions of the act of June 3, 1878, and
icts amendatory, known as the
"Timbei and Stone Law," at such
value as migbt be fixed by appraise
ment, and that, pursuant to such
application, the laud and timber
thereon have been appraied at
5235,00 the timber estimated
2A0000 board feel at 75 cents per
M , and the land $40,00; that said
applicant will offer final proof in
support of his application and
swoin statement 0:1 the 9th day of
March, 1916, before F. 1). Stuait,
U: S. Commissioner at Maupin,
Any person is at liberty to pro
tect this . before entry,
or initiate a contest at anv time
before patent issues, bv fi'ing a
corroborated affidavit in this office,
alleging facts which would defeat
the entry.
H. Frank Woodcock,
p Register.
Harness and Shoes Mended
A. D. GIBBS, Tygh Valley, Or
Outside Mention
Lester Kelly of Maupin has been
mentioned as an opponent of Slier
iff Christtian Fire has been
started under the political pot in
Monday's Chronicle '
Wasco county has awarded the
contract for construction of Tygh
grade and White River grade roads
at a cost of $21,890.
At the Narrows, Celilo Rapids,
the Columbia river is only 150 feet
wide. This is the proposed site
of the greatest power plant in the
United Stales. The Pioneer.
To half pint of water afld 1 0. Bay
Rum, a sfnall box ot Bar bo Compound,
and 14 oz. of glycerine. Apply to the hair
twice a week until It become the desired
hade. Any druggist Can put this up or
you can mix It at home at very little cost.
Full directions for making and use comt
In each box of Barbo Compound. It will
irradually darken streaked, faded gray
hair, and removes dandruff. It is excel
lent for falling hair and will make harsh
hair soft and glossy. It will not color tht
scalp, is not sticky er greasy, and does not
rub off.
Department of the Interior,
U. S, Land Office at the Dalles,
Oregon, January 13th 1916.
NOTICE is hereby given that
James O. Minks
of Tvgh Valley, Oregon, who, on
March 3rd 1911, made Homestead
Entey No. 08239 a,d on Novem
ber . loth, 1914. 'made additional
Homestead Entry No. 014036, for
Wi-2 SE1-4, El 2 SWI-4, NEi-4 of
SHt-4, -SEI-4 NWI-4, SWI-4 N1U-4,
& Lot 3, Section . 7, Township
4-South, Range 15-Easl, Willam
ette Meridian, has filed notice of
intention to make Final three year
Proof, to establish claim to the
laud above described, before F, D.
Smart, U. S. Commissioner, at
Maupin, Oregon, on the 25th day
of February 1916.
Claimant' names as witnesses:
Charles H. Augee, D. C; Munger,
0. A, Pattison all ot Grass Valley
Oregon, L. C. Mluks, of Tygh
Valley, Oregon.
H. Frank Woodcock,
p 'Register.
Department of the Interior,
United States Land Offi.-e at Th
Dalles, Oregon, Dece i.ber I,-,
NOTICE is hereby si veil that
Georgs R. Chandler,
..' -Wamic O egon, who on February
23rd, 1909, made Homestead Eutry
No. 04554, for SW 1-4, Section 4,
Township 4 South, Range 12 East,
Willamette Meridian, has filed
notice of intention to make final
five year proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, before
F. D. Stuart, U. S. Commissioner,
at Maupin, Oregon, on the 29th
day of January 19 16.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Frank Xavier, Benjamin Steed,
James H. Woodcock, Henry Wing
all of Wamic, Oregon.
H. Prank Woocock,
,p Regiser.
An Editor's Troubles
The editor is - rather 'run down.
The other diiy' a" correspondent
wrote to him for advice on journal
ism.' He wa's fold," among other
things, that he must write only on
one side of the paper. "And now
he has' written to ask which side.
"Are yon using The Times liner
column when you have any thing
to sell or want to buy some article
that your neighbor may have or
wishes to dispose of? If not try
a-vrant ad in that column. We are
sure that it will bring results
Everyone must reglsti r if they
ertpct to vote. No swearing in
oi votes will be permitted.
Books close for Primarie Apr
(publish kr)
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land othce at the Dalles,
Oreeon. January 13th. 1916.
NOTICE is hereby given that
Chakles H. Augee
of Orass Valley, Oregon, who, on
February 15th, 1911, made Homt-
stead Entry No. 08130 and 011
September J tst, 1914 made addi
tioual Homestead Entry No.
013873. for Lots 3-4, ei-2 SW1-4,
Si-2 SRI-4, bee. 31-S1-2 8WI 4,
Section 32, Township 3 South,
Range ivEast, Willamette Meri
dian, has filed notice of intention
to make Final three year Proof,
to establish claim to the land
above described, before F, D.
Stuart, U. S. Commissianer, at
Maupin, Oregou, on the 25th daj
of February 1916.
Claimant names as witnesses
I. 0 Minks, L. S. Minks both of
Tygh Valley, Oregon, D. C. Mon
ger, C. A. Pattison both of Grass
H. Frank Woodcock,
p Regiser.
Department of the Interior,
U. S. Laud Office at The Dalles
Oregon. Jauuary 13th 1916.
NOTICE is hereby given that
Department of the Interior,
United States Land Office at The"
Dalles, Oregon, December 20th,',
1915. ' '
NOTICE is hereby Riven that
of Shaniko, Oregon, who on June
26th, 1912, made Homestead Entry
No. 010468, forswi-4 SWI-4, Sec.
14, SEl-4 NE1-4, Sec. 22, & .W1-2
Nwi-4, bection 23 lownslup 7
South, Range 15 - East, Willamette
Meridian, has filed notice of inten
Hon to make Final ihree vear
Proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before H- C.
Rooper, U S. Commissioner, at
Mllelope, Oregon, 011 the 28th,
dav of January 1916,
Claimant - names as witnesses:
Cora B. Mitchell, William T.
Purcell, George E Fine, Jacob M.
Wilson all of Shaniko, Oregon.
H. Frank Woodcock,
Department of the Interior,
U. S. Land Office at The Dalles,
Oregon. lanuary 13th, 1910,
NOTICE is hereby given that
Lee 0. Woods
of Kent, Oregon, who, on July
31st, 1912, made" Homestead Entry
No. 010587 and on July rgth, 1913
made additional Homestead Entrv
No. 015255, for NWI-4, theNi-1
5Et-4, ski-4 SEI-4, NEI-4SWI--T,
Section 12, Township 6 South,
Rauge 17-East, Willamette Merid
ian, has filed notice of intention
to make Final three year Proof,
to establish claim to the laud above
described, before II. C. Roojer, U
S, Commissioner, at Antelope,
Oregon, 011 the JJth day of Fbliu
ary, 1916.
Claimant names as witnesses;
Andy J. Holt, William Mitchell,
John II. Barnett all of Kent, O
gon, Louis A. Sickles, of Shauiko,
II. Fkaxk Woodcock,
up Register.