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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 2, 1917)
Thev Maupin Times"
Ublijthed: every Friday at-Maupin,
Ifis.W. U MOttin 3PN, Publisher
Subscription: One yearr $1.30; six
month, 75-cents; .three- months, 50
Entered" second class mail
patter. September 2, 1914,. at the
osttHce-at Maupin, Oregon, un
Ifr.tfie Act of Mrch-3, 187.9.
'Pne three children of Mr. and
Jjfrs. Godleiup Tuschuer are qyite
stick with1 whooping cough.
Ed Young from. Prosser, Wn.,
visited! relatives here this week.
An oystef supper will be given
here this week by the Q. E. of this
The first real sinow stbrm of the
Reason dropped' in on us Sunday
morning; it came with a hard west
wind causing it to drift very bad
ly. The ground is bare in places,
others, covered three or four feet.
Dr. Shannon was- palled Satur
day to see 'Uncle' Gid Rains who
is q?,i;e poorly.
E. 5ft. Partman has been on the
sick lst the pfew dayB.
Earlf Bargee and 0. L. Paquet
went to Ma,upiti Itriday. James.
Harphan roturned with them and
attended the dance.
G. E. Wood purchased 12 head
pf cattle of F. M. Conter last week
Mr. and Mrs. David Sharp mov
ed to their home in the Kelly
gulch and are at home to their
friends. Mr. Sharpe will cut
wood, this winter.
Misses Ruby Wilson acd Win
nie Tapp came out Thursday with
,en and Sidney Wilson on their
return trip from The Dalles. They
returned to their schools Monday,
Fire when w free
Proof PORTLAND Phones
tut 1 .
MAKE YOUR HOME AT THE
Washingtpn Street & Twelvth
the Cleanest Rooms in the City
Modern in Every Detail
Large GrandFloor Lobby
Close in to Shopping and
lTI TheatreDistrict ("
Service Finely Furnished Heat
sack of White
Hunts Ferry Warehouse Company
going on the train on accouet-
thetorui. . ' .
reported that the Wapwiiia
Ditch Co. have bargained.,, for a
townsite of. Chas. Cpx and J.; B.
Brown, iocatad in the edge of the
timber, and along the main moun
tain road. We have; npt. learned
Word reached' here a few days
aeo- that MTs. Amiia, White of
Sanger,' Galifornia, is lying, very
low -with pneumonia following, an
operation, and , that Mr. and. Mrs
Ira White oh Hood River have
gone to Sanger to' be with1, her.
Mrs. White is a old time resident
of this aeotion and well known by
everyone. Mrs. John,, Pbwell: of
this place is- a daughter, of. Mm.
Ladies' Aid meets in the oliUrch
next Wednesday afternoon. All
ladies cordially invited,'-.
Lewis, the little sou of Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Blacker by,, nhofcuf
fered a fractu.ed skull by falling
in a 14-ft. cistern on a farm near
Madras where they are employed,
and who ha been, in The Dalles
hosptial,is getting along fine aad
recovered sufficiently so that he
was-taken to his- home the last of
the week. The Blackerbys are old
: The matter ofc sending,, delegates
from C. Society here to the
convention at Salem Feb. 20, was
taken up in the C. E, Sunday. It
was decided tnat an entertainment
will be given here in the near fu
tnre to raise funds to pay delegates
expenses. Announcements later.
The largest dance of the season
was given Friday night in the
Evick hall. About lO0t people
1 Mrs. V. B. Tapp has been cal
cimkiing her dining room this week
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Barzee left
Sunday for a week's visit in Port-
"The Best is the Cheapest"
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to us any part of an unsatisfactory
River Flour and we will refund the
price. We have made this statement
have yet to see the first sack returned
offJand, Lb. Dee Wright has charge
of the' hotel during their absence.
Lu Woodside is having, lots of
troubih with his drilled will. '''"On
attempting to pump waterone day
last week be discovered the suction
rod was.., broken about halt way
down, and while raising' the pipe,
the machinery gjiye way and let it
doww against feu aide of the weir.
Mr. McShane i going the, hut of
the week to try to aise the pipe.
Dee Woodside 's well-! is. also out of
commission- and ne is having to
Mr. Jobnie Delco has been snf
fering from nauralgia this- week
' It's reported here that R. . N.
Dodge has 'purchased the Henry
Delco farm of Calvin McCorkle,
A cottage prayer 'meeting'-we
linlfl nt tho home uf. Mrs. Alice
Batty 'last Thursday"1 evening
About 40 were present.
Word reached" here Si few. days
agothat rabies had wsasa- Us ap
pearance among the coyote qI the
Reservation,, that a ntunhef of dog?
had been bitten, also some horses,
and a crippled Indian boy attacked
as he v,'as, trying to mount his
horse. One day last week one 01
the mad animals tried to enter an
Indian homo at a window and was
finallv shot in a cellar. As the
Indians are-charge of the Govern
merit and.each Indian has a num
ber of dogs following him, about
we belive that if reports are true
the proper, official should be noti
fied and the matter lookad.into
Fresh, Fish at Styer's
See The Hand of the Law at the
opera house tomorrow night.
The farmers don't seem to be
satisfied unless they are skinned
Give Dad Coa-le a chance. He
buvs all kinds of peltB, hides
skins and wool.
If the other, felloty could not fix
your watch briny it to Emmons
Don't blame yotr. (lock It
needs cleanina. Emmons will
do it for you and guarantee it.
Dark Iron Grey Stallion 5 years
old this spring, weight 1750 lbs
Graded, will sell reasonable for
cash or trade for mares. Claud
Wilson, Bakeoven. pit
Wni, Hunt, P. A. Coate, E.
Fischer, and L. D. Kelly went to
Portland Tuesday to attend the
T. E. Morgensen was over from
Tygh a couple days this week
rehearsing with the 'Hand of the
W. B. BROWN
Wapinitia Auto Stage
Leaves Maupin, 8 a. m.
Leaves Wapirutia, 1.3U p. m
V. ROBERTS. Prop.
T; i 1
A party of young people held a
skating carnival on the bligeriond
of ice at the J., II. Fowler place a
week ago Sunday night.
Chinook winds swept - Una, place
the former part of the week.
S. H. Mulvaney of. Smock visit-
ed this place Monday. .
J.'E. Kennedy went to Portland
P. A. Coale of Maupin vs buy.
ing hides here TueBday'.v
John Ayrca of Srhotk was a vis
itor to thi's place Tuesday!
J, E. Confo'y of lower Tygb was
buying lumber here Tuesday.
Allie P(ratt went' to' J;unipar a
week ago Sunday bringing Rev.
Lewis over, who" ' preached in the
Smock church. ','
Makihs furniture is the fad of
this place ' and these engaged in
trie business are Eugene Pratt
Percy Driver, Belvie Patison, W
E. and J.. E. Woodcock,
Miss Dorothy McCorkle returned
from Tl)'e D.alles Thursday.
Mrs. Ioy Fleck returned from
Portland, Tuesday bringing a girl
babv that she had adopted. Th
child is thirteen months old.
Tom Farlow and Albert Hill of
Smock visited here Thursday
Hustie Johnson went to. Maupin
J. D. Fowler's ha by waij quite
sick last week.'
Verda, daughter of Mr, aqd Mrs
Joe Wing, has the whooping cough
Alda, daughter of Mr, and Mrs
Willie Nor val has beon very sick
recently with chickenpox,
Mr. and Mrs. George Childer
of Hood River who visited th
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs, W
B. Childers of Middlebrook, went
to! Boyd last vyeek.
V. Smith oi Independence is
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Simson
jHarry F. Spath returned a week
agjo Sunday from The Dalles where
he visited relatives.
Miss Emma Hjeroun of Middle
brook was a guest of Mr.. and Mrs
W. E. Woodcock, Friday night
arid remained Saturday night at
the home of Mr and Mrs. Percy
Driver. Miss Heroun came here
with the intention of going to Du
fur with Prof. T... J. Skirvjn and
Mrs. Veva Driver to attend th
institute there Saturday, but th
heavy rains Friday night made the
roads to muddy for auto travel
Henry Miller was to have take
tlem in bis car.
Mrs. Annie Remington of Vale
arriyed a week ago and is visiting
F. A- Morrow who has been tak
ing out oak grubs qn.his place
near Badger creek, sa,ys the groun
is very dry belovy the surface
The burning out of the flue at
the W. H. Magill home Wedneg'
day in the early morning display
ed brilliant fire works lor the town
for a little while.
Joe Xavier left a week ago Wed
nesday for Stockton, California
Iso mail reached this plac6
Thursday night on account of the
Miss Emma Herouu of the Mid
dlebrook school has instituted
warm meals for her pupils by pre
paring soups, chocolates and other
warm refreehmerts served at the
Dr. Shannon was called to see
Mrs. Nan Woodcock Saturday.
Mjss Katie Spath is attending
high ?6;pl iq The Dalles.
Lewfa McCoy of Frieda visited
at the J. H. vyoodoock home Sun
Harry McMuiry is. l.urniug to
cook, but .there is much conjecture
as to whether lie will follow that
occupation very long.
Roy Johnson, who was calleti
here Friday to attend the funeral
of his sister, Mrs. Frank Wing,
left Sunday for Rosalie, Wn., Em
mit Zumwalt, Wilbur Wing, Geo.
End and Walter JLdford accom
panied him to Sherar, the two lat
ter going to Portland.
After the heavy shower of rail
thai fell here Friday night ant
Saturday tho temperature dropped
to freeiug and several inches ol
snow is on the ground, coming ii
squalls, making the weather ver
Div Lawrence 8. Stovall
Cliarges Reasonable ' '
: Satisfaction Guaranteed
Call, Drus store ior residence .
DK. F. E, BVRG;S
Eyte Specialist -
will make regular monthly visits
to Maupin and Tysh Valley
watch this paper for dates
,bdee No. 209 .Maupin. Oregon
meets every Saturday niebt in
Donaldson's hall. Visiting mem
bers always welcome. r,
Job Ceabteke, N. U.
W. H. TALC9TT, Secretary.
NOTICE Tp CREDITORS
In the County Court of the State
'of Oregon for Wasco County.
In the Matter of the Estate")
" "of ; - "
John Kotter, Deceased )
Notice is hereby given that the
uudersigned has been duly appoint
ed administrator of the estate of
John Kotter, deceased by the Hon
orable County 'Court 'of the State
of Oregon for Wasco Cbutity. All
persons having claims 'against sdid
eit'ate are hereby notifjeq 'to pre
seVit the same, properly verified, to
tire undersigned at his residence
Tifctj galley',' Wasco County; Ore.
edn within' six months ' from the
date of this notice.' " '
Dated, this 23rd day of January
; ' Em 1 1, MkrTi,
Geo. D. Brodib, Atty for Ad
miuistrator, Dufur, Wasco County
Oregon. ' '
In the Circuit Court of the State
of Oregon for Wvsco County,
V. A. Dalrymple, Plaintiff,
R. P. Taylor,' Defendant,
To R. P. Taylor, the above named
In the name of the State of Qre
gon.you are hereby required to ap
pear, and auswer the complaint
fijed 'herein on or before six weeks
frpm the date of the first publica
tion of this summons hereinafter
stated and if yon fail to so appear
arid answer said complaint, plain
tifl will ' take judgement against
vou for the sijm'of $15.00, together
with interest thereon at the legal
rSte from January' 17th, 1911, un
til paid and for plaintiff's costs and
disbursements of action made and
You are hereby notified that this
summons is served upon you by
publication thereof in the Maupin
Times, a weekly newspaper of
general circulation, published in
Maupin, Wasco County, Ofeio::',
Tygh Valley Shop
And Wagon Work JJeavy and Light
Horse Sbqeing a Specialty
First Class Plow Work - CasJ Plcw Shares Groupd
. . Break Blocks Heavy and Lighi Eeady Made up
-.Don'Uiorget the Old Stand and its new pianager
tym. L. MORRISON
Phone in Shop
Orders taken for loose grain
boxes Fraley style also up-to-date
flaring boxes and Calif nia racks
Auto Passenger Strric Ato Delivery Truck
Prepared for Long Trips or Outing Parties
A Complete Line of Automobile Accessories
Court, Made the 22nd day of JW-i
The date of the first publication
of this umraons is February lit,,
1017. and the date of ithe Mi PU&-.
lication thereof wtil be arcU.i5th,.
1917,.,; t ,V - '
J. W, AU.IH1
Justice of the Peace.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Public Land Sale.
Depart ment of -the. Interior
U. S. Land Office M The Dallei,
Oregon, Dec, ith, -I9f6.' .
tyotica 1 is iherebyv'1 given mat
as directed by the. Commissioner
of the' General Land Office, under
provisions oi aeo. mo. R. o pur
suant to the application.' of
Jamis W. FiSEStt.
Serial No. 015486, wV will offer at
public aalet to-i-the highest bidder;
but at not less than $2.50 per acre
at 9:45 o'clock A. M.on'tbe 20th
day of February,' neit,-6t this of
fice, the following tract of r. land:
nw14ne1-4, ne1-4nv1j4, "Section
14,, township 7 south, "flange'' 16
east.W. M. (Containing 80 Acres);
"This tract is ordered into the
market on a showing that the
greater portion thereof is mounJ
taiuous qr too rouga or cultiva
ti'on." ',.' '
The pale will not be kept opsn,
but will be declared closed 'When
those present at the hour battled
have ceased bidding. The perBon
making the highest bid will-be re
quired to immediately pay to the
Receiver the' amount thereof.
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely t lie above-described land
are advised to file their claims, or
objections on or before the time
designated! for sale, '
p j L- A. Booth, Receiver,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION,
Public' Land Sale.
Department of the Interior,
U. S. Land Office at The Dalles,
Oregon, December 12th, 19 16,
NOTICE is hereby given that,
as directed by the Commissioner of
the General Land office, noder' pro
visions of Sec. 2455;' R. S.V pursu
ant to the application of '""
E. Croghan DuiiNiNp,
Serial No. 014936, we offer at pub
lic sale, jtc- the highest bidder, but
at not less than $2.50 per acre, at
10:00 A. M.. on the" 20th, day of
February, next, at this office, the
following tract of land; WI-2NEI-4
Seetibn 8, Township 7 South;
Rauge J5 East, W. M- i.Oontaining
The sale will not be kept open,
but will be. declare closed when
those present' af the hour named
have ceased biddiug. The person
making the highest bid will be
required to immediately pay to the
Receiver the amount thereof.
Any persons claiming adversely
the above-described land are ad
vised to file their claims or objec
tions, on or before the time desig.
nated for sale.
L- A. Booth, Receiver,1