The Maupin Times Published every Friday at Maupin, Oregon Mrs, W. L. Morrison, Publisher Subscription: Oue year, fi.50; six months, 75 centsjjthree months, 50 . Entered as second class mail matter September 2, 1914, at the postoffice at Maupin, Oregon, uu der the Act of March 3, 1879. ill !" I .. A - Cl.... ' c napinma auiu aiage ? Leaves Maupin, 8 a. m. ! Leaves Wapinitia, 1 p. m, V DftOCDTC Drnn Li. nuuLiiu, iiuj, ASf WWW I.O. O.F. (WAPINITIA T.nHo Kn 9.(19. Maunin. Oreeon. meets every Saturday night ir Donaldson's hall. Visiting mem bers Always welcome. R. B. Bell, N. G. B. F, Turner, Secretary. Dr. T. DeLarhue EYESIGHT SPECIALIST Glasses Properly Fitted Exclusively Optical Rooms 17-18 Vogt Block, oyer Crosby's Drug Btore, ' The Dalles, Ore Phone Black 1111 Tygh Valley The Croscent Garage in doiiur a thriving business. Mr. Wood re ports that his chipf difficulty is getting cars, not selling them. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kistner . left for Bend Sunday. , Barney Allen bad a runaway on White river grade a few days ago. The wagon was damaged extennively, but Barney was able to talk above a whisper a few niin utes after the accident, be talked to his team for some time. No- boly hurt. Miss Mary Smith is employed at the Hauser & Dahl home. Tourists this year wiil miss the gasoline- pump at Fitqpatrick's. This pump has been sold to Quincie Morrow. h Two Merino bucks taken up Owner may have by calling at Wm. Kramer's and paying bill. Forale Acclimated Seed Corn (Tested for Germination) VARIETIES Red Northwestern Dent White Minnesota Field Crown by John V. Martin for Bale by Shattuck Bros. 3 .rrr A WORLD REBUILT By the Golden Rule not by the rule of Gold ''pHIRTY denominations of the Church are uniting in A a simultaneous campaign in the week of April 25sh- May 2nd. , , . ... They are uniting because the task before the Church is too great.for any one denomination; because there must be no duplication of effort ; r.o waste. These churches know that the world needs many things; but It needs Faith most of all. They know that there can be no final solution of our economic problems that In not a spiritual solution, based on the teachings of Jesus Christ and His Golden Rule. They have had the courage to survey the whole task, and to ask for a budget large .enough to sustain (l) the work abroad, (2) the work at home including the church's part In the huge task of Americanization, (3) the colleges and (4)'hospitals supported by the Churches, (5) the reli gious training of the young, and to provide (6) a living wage for the Church's ministers. The budget is large in the aggregate; yet if each person who loves America would increase his contribution by on'y a few dollars the whole amount would bo easily subscribed. We face the task of rebuilding the world. Let the cornerstone be a strong and vital church in every American community ; and the measuring rod by which the builders build must be the Golden Rule. United Financial Campaign April 2Jth May 2nd ml 1 SI mm fill Mm INTERCHURCH World Movement of 'North America Tk fii;itn tf tkh tJrtrtiitm,nt i, mtdt f,suHk ty tkt mperttnn if thirty i,n,m,n,H,ns, mms ft GIVE YOUR FAMILY A HOME OF YOUR OWN Material and labor available now for Spring building. Start now and avoid delays coming later sure, on account of great volume of building. Our free plan books offer many -suggestions full of splendid pictures of interiors and exteriors we can re design any plan to suit. See Us today no obligations to buy. TUM-A-LUM LBR CO. "Planners and Materialers of Homes and mm Do "you want to Bell ?, We' have buyers for fitrinn. llai vy L. and. George L. Morris. tta STATEMENT . of the ownership, management, circulation, etc., required by the Act of Corigrens Augunt 24, 1012, of the Maupin, Times published weekly at Maupin, Oregon, for April 1, 1919. State of Oregon, ) County of Wunco ) Before me a -notary public in and for the state and county afoie said, personally appeared Mrs. W. L. Morrison, who bavmg been uly sworn according to law, de poses and siiys that she is owner and publisher ot llie luaupui ritnen, and that thero are no t tier security holders, Mrs. V. L: Morrison. owurn to aiul subscribed ueiore me this 12th day of April, 1920 Harvey L. Morris. My commission expires Janu ary 27, 1924. X a.'!,' m -lis.? MM '3 fMJ. Farm Buildings" X'& n 1 - .,n J". m - --.r1 v 1 JC few; We will sell your farm or business for you. DO YOUR NOTARY WORK Are agents for Hartford Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., covering Auto, Fire, and Hail Insurance. Are representatives of California Joint Stock Land Bank 6 percent money And will help you in any way possible Call in and'tell us your troubles Harvey L. and George L. Morris Stallion Thoroughbred, registered 1800 pound Clydesdale will stand on Juniper Flat and Tygh Valley Terms $7.50 for season; $10 to in sure; $15 to stand and suck, Jim Blown DENTIST Will be absent from office both Sunday and Monday unless appointment is made in advance H.CDAKE' ' MAUPIN COMING Maupin, Thursday, April 15 William Desmond IN Mints of Hell Photo Play Lloyd Comedy Ice Cream at Cyr's ConfectVy Maupin, Ore. Smock Items The B. W. Morgan place has changed hauds again. This time I. T. Couxtricht sold to W. H. MayBeld. Mr. and Mr?. Frank Driver visited with their daughter, Mrs. J. E. Woodcock over Sunday and atlend.ilEiisler service at,' the Smock church. Lenore and 'Cr mel Woodcock accompanied lh'm. I. 1. Courtright sold tha" Hal place to Mulvaoy Bros. We hope the beautiful imro hu made its last appearaca for Usi spring. Jftlesset Bradway and Blanch- ard are sawing wood this week. Announcement Dr. Hairy F. Shannon wishes to announce that he has resumed practice. Calls promptly answer ed. Earl notification of confine ment cafes ml be given. Give the "dVvil his dues'. Ii wasn't the jios.tmaMer, cierk or mail carrier w ho iailed in duty on The Times thi I rek, but the type setter who was 1 and did Qot get on the job at,t'be usual time, but promises to tpy 4 do better again. Blacksmith Shop I have supplies and am prepar ed to do all kinds of new work and general repairing. Horse shoe ing a specialty. Reasonable rates A. P. Martin. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior U. S. Laud Office at The Dalles Oregon, April 2nd, iy2o, NOlICJi is hereby given that Alva I?. Wilcox. of Wapiuilia, Oregon, who on October, 23rd, 1916, made Home stead Entry No. 016195 fr Lots 1, 2, 3, SI-2NEI-4, 8I-2NWI-4, NWI-4S- wi-4. Section 3, Township 6 South riange 13 East, Willamette Merid ian, line filed uctice of intention to make Final three year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described before F. D, Stuart, U. S. Commissioner at Maupin, Ore gon, on the 141I1 day of May, .1920.. Claimant names as witnesses: Frauk McCoy, of Wapinitia, Ore gon, J. L. Maddron, of Wapinitia, Oregon, W. I). McClaiu, of Wapi nitia, Oregon, Antoue Seifert, of Maupin, Oregon. H. Frank Woocock, Register. For Sale Holstein-Jersey milk oow. This is a first class milk cow. Inquire of G. E. Wood Wamic, Oregon. Six thoroughbred Toland Chin sows to let out on shares. Twi old ones, one registered, four young ones. H. A. Muller, Tjgh Valley. . . Milk cow for sale.- Chas. II, Crofoot. Good Black 2-year-old Bull for sale, $100. - V. W. Endersby", Maupin, Ore. Mrs. E. A. Mayhew returned home Monday from Kingsley. Her sister-in-law, Mrs. J. S Erafey, is much improved in health. Let us figure with you on your painting and wall papering. Maupin Drug Store. Ham and Eggs, aud Sandwiclns and Coffee -at Cyr's Confectionery. Watches and Jewelry. Maupin Drug Store. Do you need a cream separator? Is so, buy "The Melotte" made in Belgium. J. C. Bradway, Wamio, agent. A stock of typewriter ribbons for different machines at' the Times office. Adyertieers please read over your notices and notify us immtdi ately if an error has occured. 232 sacks of good clean barley for pale at Hunts Ferry Whse. Call Fen Baity at Kell Hotel or Hunts Ferry Whse. The Portland Painless Dentist All work, guaranteaJ. W. T Slatten, D. D. 8., Prop., 305 Sec ond St., The Dalles. Spalding Base Ball goods. Maupin Drug SUr. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon, April 2nd, 1920. notice is hereby given that W. D. McClain, of Wapinitia, Oregon, who on Aug 161I1, 19 made Homestead Entry NO. O1637S, for SEI-4SWI-4, SI-2SE- 1-4. fcectiou 19, swi-4Svl-4 Sec tion 20, Lot 2, Section 29, NBI-4N-wi-4, N1-2NBI-4, Section 30, Town ship 6 South, Range 13 East Wil lamette Meridian, 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. Commissioner, at Maupin, Oregon, ou the 14th day of May, 1920. Claimant names as witnesses, A. R. Wilcox, M. L. Arnett, Ed ward D. Davis, J. L, Maddron, all of Wapinitia, Oreegon. H. Frauk Woodcock, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at, The Dalles, Oregon, April 2nd, 19'20. Notice is hereby given that John L. Burliiigam, of Wamic, Oregon, who on May I7ln, I9!5- Ulade Homestead Entry NO. OI4908, for SI-2NI-28WI-4, Nt- 2SI 2SWI.4, Section 14, Township 4 South, Range 11 East, Willamette Meridian, has filed notice of iu teutiou to make Fiual three year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before F. D. Stuart, U. 8. Commissioner at Maupin, Oregon, on the 14th day of May, 1020. Claimant names as witnesses: G. W. Lucas, of Wamic, Oregon, W. K. Lucas, Wamic, Oregon, A. J. Bailee, of Wamic, Oiegon,' O. J. Burlingame, Tygh Valley, Oregou. H. Frank Woodcock, , . Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION U. S. Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon, March 17111,1920. Notice is hereby given that Jerry M.. Wilson, one of the heirs and for the heirs of George S. Wilson, deceased, of Kent, Oregon, who on October nth, 1915, made Additional Home stead Eutiy No, 015279, for swl- 4SKI-4, WI-2SWI-4, SEI-4SWI-4, Section 2, Township 5 South, Range 16 East, Willamette Merid ian, has filed uotice of iuteuliou to make Final three year Proof to establish claim to the laud above described before Register and Receiver, United States Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon, on on the 7th day of May, 1920. Claimant names as witnesses: W R. Adams, Ben Sias, J. C Wilson, I. E. Wilson, all of Kent", Oregon. II. Frank Woodcock, Kegister.