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The Maupin Times
ruUiilied every Fiiday at Manpin,
Mas. W. L, Mokrisun, Publitdur
Subscription: One year, fi.eo: six
months, 75 cents; three inuuiu.i, 50
Entered as second class mail
matter September 2, 1914, at the
posioffice at Maupin, Oregou, un
der the Act of March 3, 1879.
, Candidates' Notice
To the republican voters of Wasco
I with to announce myself ua a
candidate lor the nomination of
county treasurer, subject to the
will of the republican yoters at
the primary election, May 17, 1018
11)8 Oliver It. Krier.
I hereby desire to announce my
self a candidate for the nomina
tion fur county sheriff, subject to
the will of republican voters, at
the coming primary nominating
election. Should I be nominated
and later elected to said office, I
will continue, as in the paHt, to
enforce the laws and conduct the
office in a courteous and economi
To the republican voters of Wa?co
I shall be a candidate for the
republican nomination for county
treasurer at the primary election,
May 17, and shall be yraieful for
your support. If elected I will
conduct the office to the best of
toy ubility and Becoming to law,
In June, 1C17, the appointment
was given tne to succeed the bile
Jud,e W. I.. Eradtduiw as Circuit
Judge. Under the law this up
noiiitmeiit hold only until the
next neneral election and this of-
flee is one of those which the
people will be oiled upon to fill
next November. Duiinp the )ut
nine months I have endeavored to
fulfill the duties of Circuit Judge
faithfully and justly, without any
fear and without any fnvor. If it
is agreeable tn the voters of the
Seventh Judicial District, I should
like to be elected as Judge Brad
hIihw's successor and therefore an
nounce my candidacy for the
republican nomination for Circuit
I can premise nothing more for
the future than I have tried to do
iduce last June, except that added
experience should bring greater
Fred YY. Wil-on.
After hiuih consideration I have
decided to become a republican
candidate fur representative from
Wasco and Hood River counties,
in which district 1 have lived for
40 years. I feel acquainted with
the needs of the people, and
should be glad of the nppoit unity
to serve the best inteietls of the
V. C. Bolton.
To the Republican voters of Wii?
co county :
I wish to announce myself as a
candidate for the Humiliation of
ounty cciumissioner, subject to
the will if the vcters of Wasco
county at the primary il.ction.
Miy 17, 1918.
Time to Sow Wheat
farmers P'ttmc ready to
wheat should us" a uood finality oi j
rortnaldrhyde or Phi" Stone to1
treat the grain. The bst on tie
Market can be had at the Maupin,
. Drug Stur.
Ba?e ball goods ondiplay at
M.mitin Hriii ..tnre. Horn!
, ' '
stuff fur the money.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior,
U. S. Land Office at The .Dalles,
Oregon, March 1, iiyiS.
Notice is hereby given that
Bdiiholma B. tiervais
of Grass Valley, Oiegun, who on
December 26, 1914, made Home
stead EutryNo. 014278, for E1-2
SWI-4N1-2SE1-4, SE1-4SEI-4, Sec
tion 21, EI 2NWI-4, SWI-4NKI 4,
Section 28, Township 3 South,
Range 15 East, Willamette Meridi
an, has filed notice of intention
to make Final three year Proof to
establish claim to the land above
described, before F. I) Stuart, U.
S. Commissioner, at Maupin, Ore
gon, on the 24th day of April 1 91 8
Claimant names as witnesses.
C. W. Steed, Irwin A. Hall, John
M. Brown, James E. Brown, all id
Crass Valley, Oregon.
H. FRANK WOODCOCK,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior,
U. S. Isand Office at The Dalles,
regon, Febrnary 27th, 1918.
NOTICE is hereby given that
Bessie Smith Aubrey,
formerly Bessie Smith, of Maupin,
Oregon, who on May 2, 1914,
made Homestead Entry no. 013042
and on February 8, 1915, made
additional HoiuesteacLjEutry no.
014417, for WI-2SEI-4, SEI-4SEI-4,
Sec. 14, WI-2NE1-4, ski-4ne1-4,
ni-2 KEi-4, Section 23, Township
5 South, Range 14 East, Willam
ette Merjdiau has fil"d uotice
of intention to make Final three
year Procf, to establish claim
to the land above described, before
F. D. Stuart, U. S. Commissioner,
at Maupin, Oregon, on the 24th
day of April, 1018.
, Claimant names as witnesses:
I hoiuas Faherty, W. C. Kichard
son, John Foley, T. A, St. Dennis,
all of Maupin, Oregon.
II. Frank Woodcock,
NOTICK 1011 PUBLICATION
Depaitment of the Interior
U. S- Lund Office at The Dalles
Oregon, March 27th 1918.
NUlTCh is hereby given that
Roy R. Crabtree
of Maupin, Oregon, who on June
3. '9 4. nomesieau, i;u-
try iNo. 01354 (ilia on jttty 20111,
iglj, made additional Homestead
Entry No. 013679, for SEI-4KWI-4,
swi-4 Sec. 4, mu-4ski-4, Sec. 5
ni-2Nvi-4, Section, 9, Township
0 South, Range 15 Hast, Wil
lamette Meiidian has filed no
tice of intention to make Final
three year Proof, to eptabli.-di
claim to the laud above described.
bofore F. D Stuart, U. S. Com
missioner, at Maupin, (regon, on
the 22nd day of May, 19I8.
Claimant names as witnesses:
M. ? Miller, '. G. Skogsberg, J.
B. knight, John Donaldson, all
of Maupin, Oiegon.
H. Fkank YVoccock,
F L B
Wamic, Oregon, Maivh K, HUS
Federal Land Bank
4 l-'J per cent Farm Loan Bonds
Redeemable at par and accrued
iuteiert 011 any interest paying
d.ile after 5 years arum date of is
sue. Denominations $1000, t"i(H),
$11.10, ISO and .f'2". Inlerc.-t pay.
able semi-annually at any Federal
Lund Bunk, payable in gold or
lawful money, urtting about 4.40
per cent to the ledeeliinble date,
PI'.!'.', and 4 I per cent so long
e they may leinain outstanding
The I'm 111 Loan l'.omlit ii-.-tiied
tlllder the provisions of this Aet
shall le deemed and held to ho
instrumentalities of the (ioveiii
ment of the Uuited Slates, and oi
uch, they ni.d the income derived
therefrom, i-hall lie exempt from
federal, state, iiiuuicipnl and local
Mike your application to
V. II. Muvlield. S.c'ly,
White P.iver N. F. I.. A.,
Farm for Sale
lf:t tcr'" 9 miles JCUtl.nefl of
Wiimic: 2") in cultivation:
barn, water rijht; $J0 per acre:
culiidc range. B. W. M.an.
Ice Cream at Harphatu's Satur
day ant Sunday.
Mrs. Wiley J. Harris left last
Mbt for Lyle, Wn.
Barg-iin, Ford truck JSOO.OO.
Walter Hanna was a business
cillcr from Dufur yesterday.
Claud Wibon has pu cliasec a
D nhy truck of E. J. Fischer.
Mrs. Jnry has a complete line
of spring millinery.
Mrs. Strata returned yesterday
after a few days in Portland.
A car load of brick was received
this week bv the Tum-A-Lum Co.
W. A. Whaite is pa'n'ing a ne; t
sun on the front of Jory's store.
The Maupi 1 Drug Store i tt
c lying a coat of white paint.
II. E. Crofoot wis taken to The
Dalles bopsital where he is very ill
John McEhnne and Contractor
Jannsen were b isinesa visitors in
For Sale 100 cords of 10 inch
wood; inquire of A. L. Daniels,
A new shipment of 50 volumes
of school library 1 ooks were re
ceiued this week.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Jory receiv
ed their household goods from
Pen lleton this week.
Portland Painless Dentist, 305
Second St., The Dalles, Ore. Port
land prices. Phone Main 3831. w.
T. Slntten, D. D. S., proprietor.
O. B. Der.thick and family made
the round trip to The Dalles yes
terday, Mrs. A. A. Derthick returned
to Dufur yesterday after a couple
months' stay with her eon Q. I.
Some young horses for sale, one
yearling mule, one plow ani.nal.
H, L. Morris 3tp
The Ayres young people who
are attending high school here
"ere cnliel home Tuesday the
death of their baby brother.
Are you figuring on painting
y. ur house or barn this Spaing?
If so, w hen in Maupin get prices
nt the Maupin Drug Store. Only
the best at reasonable prices.
). B. Appling is hauling lum
ber from the local Tnm-A-Lum
yards for u new school house at
llidgeway, bungalow elyb. .
Mrs. Kelly went to TheDall
Tuesday to see her father who is
iii the hospitul.
Two Stndebaker Sixes for sale
at bargains. One 1918 series
brand new. Fischer' Garage..
C. M. Bishop of the Pendleton
Woolen Mills visited Mr. and Mrs
Jory over Sunday.
Fishing tackle, the kind that
gets the fish, for gale at the
Maupin Drug Store.
Carl H. Hornquist, Oscar V.
Butler of Criterion and James L.
flnrphain of Maupin are three of
the live Wasco men ordered to. re
port for military service May 1.
For aettiiig,full blood Plymouth
Rock egg?, 75c a setting of 15. Ira
Orishum, Wflpinitia. p
Are you using The Times liner
column when you haye auy thing
to sell or want to buy some article
that your neighbor may have or
wishes to dispose of? If not try
a want ad in that column. We are
sure that it will luing results.
A Third Liberty Loan rally
was held at the M'mu 1 h .use Fri
day n:Kht. A patriotic program
was rendered. J. W. Hoech an
nounced that Shaniko's vuota was
i"-:..C00, hut f.OnOO had already
r.rmst Schmidt was vijiting
friends and ulitives here Wtd
ne-day nnd Thursday. He ex
pects to leave for France soon.
Mr Gt i 1 wits attending but-i-ne
111 The Dulles lust week.
Mr. nnd Mr. Wornst.itT n ored
to their farm Mon lay.
Mr. Iliimmond held fervicoat
the school house Monday night.
Superintendent Ponncy visitet
the scluvl hers Mond iy.
The P.eJ Cros ber are f iecir.g
Vote for me and
release one more
man for war
Frances R. Harris
1 t I
Ice Cream server at Styef's Satur
day and Tunday.
One registered Holstein bull,
Three Jacks and four Jennies,
two Jersey milk cows. Will sell
on good terms, inquire of Walter
tianna, I ufur, Ore, p
Now is the time to plant your
gerden and flower seeds. Accli
mated seeds raised in Oregon and
absolutely guaranteed to give re
sults. For sale at
The Maupin Drug Store.
R. Baumgardener, M. A. Grose,
O. W. Miller, Frank Crenger, B.
B, Thurber and A. A. Canfield all
O'alS. P. &, S. men, subscribed
liberally to the Third Liberty
Loan. Beside these, two section
crews above and one below all ge'
ting their mail at Maupin were
subscribers. Many other people
of this vicinity who cannot possi
bly pay fjr a b-ond of the smallest
size are buying war saving stampB
an 1 ibus helping in the great war
for bun anity.
are you going to do about the Big'
Drive when Mr. Fly goes over
We can help you with some our
good Screen Doors and
You better g'et busy
TUM-A-LUM LUMBER CO.
Rev. John ti. Hessler. Tastor
The pastor will he away the
next two Sundays but the nnda
School will meet as usual. It U
expected tlurc will be pleaching
in the morning at least. Singing
practise as usual.
The annual conference meets in
Alberta churrh, Portland, Api.l
17. The p istor gee's to Tho Dallet j
to the district quarterly meeting
b be hld there April 11-11 an
then to Portland. Jorome Bu:ar
is the hrman elected to reprctent
jthe local churcii at the annual
Call on Y. H. Slants 4: Co , for
all kinds vf garden feeds.
April Igfth, 1MB
I will open with a line of
IN THE FORMER
J. A. Lake Store
I will pay the
J. F. HOOD, Propraster
I Want Your Wool
I will contract now or when
ever you are ready to sell.
Large clips wanted particularly
$5ee me before vou sell
R. C. Jory
Hot Coffee, sandwiches,
Light Lunches Strued at the
Hazelwood c Cream
Harry Muir of West fall, Ore.,
stopped hero Thursday on his way
to Prosser, Wn., to visit his moth
er, Mrs. H. L. Emmons. Mr.
Muir expects to be called to the
vmy about May 1.
to tbe Public
Some of the farmers dont like to
be skinned, but Dad Coale still
buys skins and hide.
Lodge No. 209, Maupin, Oregon,
meets every Saturday night in
Donaldson's hall. Visiting mem
bers always welcome.
F. A. Covey, N. Q.
W. H. Talcott. Secretary.
rt- 1 tn-ITti
Wapinitia Auto Stage
Leaves Maupin, 8 a. m.
Leaves Wapinitia, 1 .0 p. m
V. ROBERTS. PfOD.