The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930, February 14, 1919, Image 4

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FulHshed" Every Friday at Maupin, Oregon,
Mrs,. W. L. Morrison, Publisher
' . . .
Subscription: One Year SJ.-O.Six
'ntcroil as second class mail
post office at Maupin, Oregon,
New Location
Maupin Blacksmith Shop
JAMES (il AUBREY, Props.
General Blaefcsmithing'
all Kinds repair work
wood worh, grinding'
1 Horseshoeing
Local Items
Times, ?1.50 jier year.
liuneh of keys left at this office.
Owner call for..
Mrs. Can Held purchased the
piano of If. I!. Jnry 'last week.
Don't forgi t that yon can ,get
your groceries for less at Jory's.
The Maunin hotel was leased
e.-terday to !i Jlr. Johnson from
Portland, for term of live yaars.
Toilet Soap, l.'e value, ?, bars
for Hoe. Maupin Drug Store.
E. J. Slyer was a business visit
or in Portland it few days this
Large sheets of carbon paper for
embroidery stamping at the Times
The schools wine reopened here
egrnn Monday. 'There is now no
inlluenza in this section.
For sulo -1910 Dodge as good
as new, $750 00. Shattuck Pios.
Eorn at Madras, February 2nd,
to Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Koberts, a
Si-pound boy. The family former
ly lived here.
Impotled China and Japanese
ware, hand, painled. -Maupin )rug
!. 1', Richardson aiid son Frank
are here from Pine Grove for a
couple day shopping and vii-iting
When you have bought your ,
blankets, try a grocery outer also,
- Jory's.
This cilice is in receipt of a seed
catalogue and pretty lloral Calen
dar fioiu Redding A Clark, Joplin,
Mo., sent lis by rMrs. P. K.
Choice acelimn'cd heytis sa'e
in s.iek lots at farmer's prices ai
the Maupin and Hunts 1ti
Warehouse Co.s. DPI 2 mp
Mr. and Mrs 1'. A. Mnybew
left Monday for a week's visit in
Dufur, The Dalles
ami loitland.
We d.:iiol and piilil pictures,
S.ud us our
woik. Satisfaction
Giiiiranti ed.-
iViiupin I'mg Storei
TMi-f. McClain, nt e M.unl ' Fit-
Patrick, has just returned to heij
home near North Yakima after an
operation in a Seattle horpit,il.
I'or Sale IS head of shcop, nll
ewe will bring binitis in April.
Price reasonable.- A. V. 'Martin.
Mack Mavlield came- over from
Smock Saturday in a sleigh, being
cix hours making the trip. Miss
Erie who was enrouto tci The
Dalle', accompanied him.
Are you using The Times liner
column when you have miv thing
to sell or W'aul to buy some article
that your neighbor muy have or
wishes to dispose f? If not try
n want ail in that column. WeaioMng experiences oyer i-eaa.
pre thai it will bring itsull.s.
. ,. .. i co
Aionths jets, ihrcc Months 5(jc !
matter September 2, 1014, at the
under the Act of March 3, 1879,
J !
a Special!
0, L. -Ilarpham is shippiig
some farming implements to his
new farm at Nampn, Idaho, pre
paratory to commencing spring
work. .
'. Some of the farmers dont like to
be skinned, but Dad Coale sfib
buys skins and hides.
Mrs. Christina Falkeuhngcn
came from Madras Saturday and
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J.
K. Hood.
Don't pay big prices for eye
glasses when we have guaranteed
to fit glasses for $1 to $1.0(1 per
pair. -Maupin Drug Store. .
A suit was filed last week by
'the Southern Wasco Fair Asn.
vs. W. If. 'McAtt and A. A. P.on
ney.lo compel Mr. McAtee to
deed '!Q acres to the Fair Ass'n.
Fur sale 1 Ford Utility .tun.!,
in good condition only ff.'KiO ni:d J
Chalmers truck, 1000 lbs. capacity
just been worked over. Will make
somccn a bargain on this truck.
Shalt uck Proa.
This office has received a small
pamphlet entitled Criticisms about
the V. M. C. A. War Work and
Answers. This is in exhononil
ing the association from blame in
the recent graft. Returned soldi-i.-
fioin ibt front, however should he
ones to state conditions, and the
Times invites di.-cussion of th"
sul jeel by any one.
Lostf Two veailings, 0110
I ted .leer end one wbilefaced heifer
..lluU.j (c Tiu, ,,.
i-.ectid on right ribs; earmark,
swallowfoik in right, crop with
uiulerbit in left. Finder notify
Mike Lilian, Wain if, Ore.
Frank (label, a well-known
stockman of Wapinitia, is in The
Dalles for a few days for suagicai
attentiun, having broken a bone
111 his .'boulder . hen he fell re
cently at liis ranch. - Chronicle.
asic N
Feb. 11
place c.pei u need the du p
of (he season. The snow
beiiui fallinc Tuesday nVht. ron-
tinning umil noon Wednesday,
t'.illine to a di pth nf ten inches.
A I ht south wind came up in
the afternoon settling the snow to
some fxtuit. About five inches
more fell the following night but
the rrehler part has melted away,
Ralph Nelson returned last
Monday, having been over seas!)
until the past few months whie
he Inn spent in a hospital '"NewjS
ii'i. iie is me ursi one 10 re
turn ' bi'iue from these parts who
saw iieiuai service. He engagivU
in thiec b,
each lime,
h is reached
ttles being wounded
The people of ihisi
aie urutelul that lie t
home after his thrill-
A till I.,. by was lorn to r.
ana Mrs. George Heiltneyer of
this place last Saturday. !
A pleasing program was given
by the Debating and Xitcrary So
ciety beio last Friday consilin?
of sntiL'9, recitations and a debate.
The question debated was, Reslov
ed that tUe tiovernment Should
,)w" al1' Control ts own Railroads
,h(, 11,iinn;uivo winningthe debate
Mrs. Alfred Sanford 'and daugh
ter Velva spent a few days visitingi
here last week with C. E. Pratt
and family. They came from
Great Falls, Montana via Grants
Pass when! they spent three weeks
with Mrs. Sanford's . dVughter,
Mrs. Eula Falkenhagen. They
left yesterday for Juniper Flat
where they will visit with relatives
Krai) k Batty, her brother,' came
after them, taking them to his
. Mrs. Mike Kennedy - was con
lined to her bed .several days last
week with an attack of lagrippe.
A card party was given at the
home of Mr. and Mrs, Yard
Norval last Saturday to a number-
of their friends and relatives,.
The melting of snow has caused
ine roans to no in very nad con
dition, almost miry in somo places
A drop in the temperature last
night caused heavy freezing of iee.
Miss Hilda Lake returned a
week ago Thursday from Portland
where she has spent the past two
The Portland Painless Dentist
office will be open and ready for
business on and after "January J 2,
1919. All work guaranteed. W
T; Slatten, D. D. S., Prop,
Second St., The Dalles.
Garden Seech
Congressman Sinnott has gent
ibis office a lot ot choice garden
seeds for I'reo distribution. Call or your name if you wish to
take advantage of these.
At my place on Ridgewriy, one
spotted heifer, no visible brand or
earmarks. Owner may have same
by paying for this ad.
Bert E. Davis.
W. U. Telegram
Portland, Jan
9, 'in.
Editor Maupin Times:
Physicians of Portland about
treatment for flu cases at home,
I desire' to tell all my friends the
same remedies as follow: '
Go to bed; keep warm; keep
good spirits and hope, as fear is
greatest enemy outside of genus.
Take oil of salts for free bowel
action; eat lightly, broth, etc.,
rest ifl id avoid , any chill; if you
chill take hot hath in tub with
2 ounces of mustard in water.
Cover well in bed; get proxide or
other antiseptic wash. Burn sheep
dip and sulphur. Above all have
trust ifl 1 il keep cheerful,
N. G. Ifedin.
For Sale
Four cln
young cows. -In-
ipiire this otlice,
Hot M cals, sandwiches.
Shon orders at all hours,
Served at the Hazelwood
Ice Cream Parlor.
Wapinitia Auto Siage
Leaves Maupin, 8 a. m.
I-f aS Wi t iritis; l.CC p. m
is Wiriritijr, KC
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I.O. O. F.
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1S0. i'Oii, Maupin, Oregon.
lunula iiruru Htituril.iv m.rlit 11
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i'oiihiosoii iihii. lulling mem
oi'is always welcome.
D. VV. Tali'ott. N. G.
W. II. Tauott, Secretary.
It. T. Yates
Makers of Abstracts That
Protect. "
Hooks Posted to Date Daily
Plant Second to None
First National Eatik Building
Phone Black 28.31,
The Dalles, Oregon
Maupin Garage
Advertisers jilease read over
your notices and notify us immedi
ately if an error has occured. '
Department of the Interior
U. S. Laud Office at The Dalles,
Oregon, January 20th, 1 g t y .
Nolicj is hereby given that,
John S. Taylor
of Tygh Valley Oregon, who on
October, nth, 1915, made Home
stead Entry No. -01. 5071!, lor Lots
.!, 4, ,swt-4Nvi-4, JSWI-4SWI-4, Sec
tion 3, Lot I, Sli-4NHI-4, N1-2SW-
4, Section 4, Township, 4 South,
Kange 14 East Willamette Merid
ian, lias filed notice of intention .to
maue Final three year Proof, to
establish claim to the land above
described, before F. D. Stuart, I.
5. Couimisslonee at Maupin, Ore
gon, on the lllb day of March,
Claimant names as witnesses:
E. W. llollenbeck, VV. C. Lucore,
VV. P. Monison, V. Jt". McAtee,
all of Tygh Valley, Oregon.
Department of the Interior,
U. S. Land Office at The Dalles,
Ore (on, 'January. 15th, 1919.
Ny'i'lCK is lierctiy given tliat
Anton Seilert
of Maupin, Oregon, who ori June
1st, 1912, made Homestead Knuy,
No. 010382, and on May 25II1, 1916
made Additional Homestead Enu
No 916104, for SI-2SWI-4, Swi.
4.SHI-4, Section I, NWI-4NISI-4, MI-
2.NW1-4, .SWI-4NWI-4, NWI-4SWI-4,
Section 12, Township 6 South,
Range 13 Kast, Willamette Me
ridian, has filed notice of inMitton
to make 1'ijial three year Pioot,
to establish claim to the land above
described, before F. D. Stuart, .11.
S. Commissioner, at Maupin, Ore
gon, uu the 251I1 day of lbiuary,
1 919.
Claimant names as witnesses;
lid ward Bolhwell, li.J. Muir, A.
R. Wilecx, W, 11. Cnuk'gham,
all of Maupin, Oregon.
lu Register.
Departiuent of the Intel ior,
U. S. Land Olliceat The Dalles,
Oregon, January 22nd 1919.
Notice is hereby given that
llurstel I). Hollis
of Maupin, Oregon, who on Feb
ruary 2,ud, 1915, made Homestead
no, 014509, for SEI-4SWI-4, Section
28, SK1-4NKI-4, KK1-2SK4, Section
32, NWI-4SWI-4 and NWI-4 Section
33, Township 5 South, Range 14
East, WilhiTuette Meridian, has
tiled notice of intention to nfl.kt
Final three Ciil' Plocf, to establish
claim to I he laud above deseiibed,
before F. D. Stuart, U. S. Com
msonvr at Maupm, Oregon, on
the nth day of March, 1919
Claimant names as witnesses:
fi. J. Fischer, W. C. Kicbaidson,
Ii, A. 1 loutinan, O J. W illiams,
all of Maupin, Oiegon.
Ii. Frank Woodcock,
Dep.utmeut of the Interior,
U. S. Land Office at The Dalles,
Oregon, January 22nd 1919.
NOTICE is hereby giveir that
Francis McCoy
of Wapinitia, Oregon, who on Aug
ust loih, DU5. made Honicsteiid
Entry No. 0152.V2, for si-
KI-2 SW 1-1. SW l-lswi.l Si'i'liim I')
n!-2nwT-4. SW1.4XWI-4, nvi-4swi
-t, Sec. Hi, lowni-hip I) South,
Range D! East Willamette Merid-
inn, has hied u. lice of intention to
L. B. Fox
make Final three year Proof, to
establish claim to the land above
described, before F. D. Stuart, U.
S. Conim'ssioner, at Maupin,
Oregon, on the j 8th day of March
Claimant names as witnesses;
J. P. Abbott, John K. Poreliett,
Al'va'R. Wilc(1, W. K. Stnrges,
all of Wapinitia, Oregon.
II. Frank Woodcock,
Department of the Interior,
United States Land Office at The
Dalles, Oregon, December 31,
19 1 8.
To Rudolph Wernle of Wapinitia
Oregon, Co'itestec:
Yon-are hereby notified that
John A. Heckler, who gives Wapi
nitia, Oregon as his postolliea ad
dress, did on November xl,'i, 1018,
tile in this oOieohis: duly corrobo
rated application to contest and
securo the. cancellation . of. your
homestead lintry No. Serial
Olf.175, made 'July 5, lOK.i, for
skI-4, Section 1(1, .l-2.r:l-L ,si;-1-l.NKl-l,
Section 15, kw1-Inw1-I,
Sei'tiiin II, 'Township (i South,
Kange 111 East, Wiauietlo Meiid
ian, and ns grounds for his con
test he alleges that said Rudolph
Wernle has- never established
residence on the place and that
lludolph Wernle is not serving in
the military or naval forces of the
United, States.
- You are. therefore, further noti
fied that the said allegations w ill
be taken as confessed, and, your
said entry will be eencaled without
further right to be heard, either
before th is office or on appeal, if
you fail to file in this ollice within
twenty days efter the I;OURTI!
publication of Ibis notice, fis
shown below, your ( answer' under
oath, specifienlly responding to
these allegations of contest, to
gether with due prsof that yon
have served a copy of your answer
on the said contestant either in
person or by registered mail. '
You should state in your answer
the name of the postollice to which
yon desire future notices to be
sent to vou. .
II. Frank Woodcock, -Register.
Date of first publication, Janu
uary 3, 1919.
Date of second publication, Jan
uary 10, 1010.
Date of third publication, Janu
ary 17, 1019.
Date of fourth publication, Jan
uary 24, 1919.
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Ofiice at The Dalles,
Oregon, December II, 1918.
Notice is hereby given that
Thomas Faherty
of Maupin, Oregon, wdio, on
March 8th, 1915, made Homestead
lintry no. 014565, for si?r-4Nvi-4,
81-2NKI-4, WI-2SK1-4, Section cj.
SWL4NWI-4, vi-2SWt-4, Sectfon Id
Township 5, South, Range 14, Iinsi
Willamette Meridian, has filed no
tice of intention to make Final
three year Proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, before
F. 1). Stuart, U. S, Conllni.s ioiu 1
atjvianpin Oregon, on the 29th
day of January, 1919.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Clark Richardson, James Doran
John Foley, Ray Aubrey, all c.f,
Maupin, Oregon.
II. Frank Woodcock,
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Ofiice at The Dalles
Oregon, December, 1 1th, 1918.
JNOIICE is hereby given., that
Daniel J. Comoy
cf Shaniko,. Oregon, who 'on July
20th, 1915, made Homestead lintry
No. 015171, for Hl-2svi-4. Section
10, hvyi-.fwr-l, section 14, Ei-2
WI-4, WI-2NKI-4, PKI-4NIU-4, Sec
ttou 15, township 6 South, Range
15 ''ilSt. Willamette Mcndian
uas men nonce -ot intention to
make I'inal three year Proof, to
establish claim to the land above
described, before F. D vStuart, U
S. Commissioner, at Maupin, Ore
gon,'ou the 29th. day of January,
Claimant names as witnesses;
l.ov hoynolds, James Doran
ot Maupin, Oregon, Ralph Buzan,
1 . r.. Vonroy otCritenon, Oregon
Department of the Interior.
U. S. Laud Ofiice at The Dalles,
lOregon, DeeemlH-r, 12th, unS
.iSotice is hereby given that
Charles B. Doyle,
of Wapinitia, Oiegon. who on .Tnlv
oth, 1913, made Homestead Entry
No. on,S65, for Ni-jnwi-4, swi-
4NW14. XWI-4SWI-4, Section 6.
Tuwusliip 6. Sout'n, Pange 1;
I'.ast. .Willamette Meridlnn l,n.
filed uotice -of intention to "make
Final Three Year Proof, to estab
lish claim to the land above de
scribed, before F. D. Stuart, United
States Commissioner at 'Maupin,
Oregon, on the 3rd day of Feb
ruary, 1919.
Claimant names as witnesses: ,
0. O. Mayatd, Carrie Kirkham,
Leander Walters, St.illman H.
(ioode.iough, all of Wapinitia,
II. Frank Woodcock,
Public Land Sale
Departiuent of the Interior,
U. S. Laud Office at The Dalles,
January 24th, 1919
NOTICE is hereby given that
as directed by the Commissioner
of the General Land ofiice, under
provisions of Sec. 2455, R. S.,
pursuant to the application of
Carl A. Duns, Serial No. 01S559,
we will oiler at public ale, to the
highest bidder, but at' not less
than 2.75 per acre, at 10:45 o'clock
A. AI. on the 8th day of April,
next at this ofiice, the following
tract of land: nri-4Nwi-4, .Section
S, Township 6, South, Range 15
East, W. M. (Containing 40 Acres')
"I'bis tract-is ordered into the
market 'on a showing that the
greater portion thereof is moun
tainous or. too rough for cultiva
tion." s
The sale will not' be kept open,
but will be declared closed when .
those present at the hour named
have ceased bidding. Jl'he person
making the highest bid, will be re
quired to immediately pay to the
Receiver the amount thereof.
Any persons claiming adversely
1 he above described land are ad
vised to file their claims, or objec
tions, on or before the lime desig
nated for sale.
up L. A. Booth, Receiver.
(175S) The Dalles 337 Serial No.
U. S. Laud Office at The Dalles,
Oregon, January .24, 1919.
NOTICE is hereby given that
the Northern Pacific Railway Coml
pauy, witose post ofiice address is
St. Paul, Minnesota, has this 24th
(lay of January, 1919, filed in
this office its application to' select
under the provisions of the act of
Congress, appioved July 1, 1898
(30 Slat, 597, 620.) N1-2 of siii-4
Sec. 24, Twp. 6 South, R 13 liast
V. M.
Any and all persons claiming
adversely the lauds described, or
desiring to object because of the
Mineial character of the land, or
any other reason, to the disposal
to applicant, should file their alli
daviis of protest in this ofiice, on
or before the 12th day ot March,
Department of the Interior,
U. S. Land Office at The Da!es,
Oieuon, November 29th, 1918.
NOTICK is hereby given that '
Grace Wilson, deserted wife of
Jacob M. Wilson
or Sha'iiko, Oregon, wdio on Sept.
5, 1912, made Homestead Eutrv
.no. 010692, and on May 4, 1914,
made Additional Homestead Entry
No. 013 105 for S1-2NWG4, Section
M, S1-2NIU-4, Sk:-4Nvi-4, Section
Township 7 South, Range 15
East, Willamette Meridian, has
filed notice of intention to make
Final three year Proof to establish
elaiill to the land above described
before liegisTerand Receiver, Unit'
ed States Land Office at The Dalles
Oregon, on the 21st day of January
Claimant names as witnesses,
Claud WUson, Bakeoven, Oregon)
George E. Fine, Shaniko, Oregon,
A E. Fine,. Shaniko, Ore-jjon, K.
li. Fme, Shaniko, Oregon,
H. Frank Woodcock,
... Register.
Depaitnieiit of the Interior,
U. S. Land Office af The Dalles
Oregon, December pth, 1018.
AoTiefi is hereby giyen that
Wilbur E. Hurst.
of Maupin, Oregon, who on July
i'i i-'i.i, maue liuinestead E..try
iNo. 011840, for sk1-4nwT-4, swl-LnkI-4,
wl-2sfU-4, Section )i-L
Township 4 South, Range 14 East,
uiiiirnetlb Meridian, haa filed
notice of intention to make Final
ttireeyear Proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, before
l. Mtiart, U, Commissioner
at Maupin, Oregon, on the 22nd
iy of January, J9PJ.
Claimant names as witnesses-
T. A. Connolly, A. I. Connollv.
Asa M. White, John Foley, all of
'VI an pin, Uregnn.
UP Rentier,