The Maupin Times Published every Thrusday at Maupin, Oregon Jcssiline K. Morrison, Publisher Subscription: One year, $1.50; si months, 75 cents; three montli.v Entered as becoud class mail matter September 2, tji., at postoflice Ht Maupin, Oregon, tin. dcr the Act of March 3, 1B79. For Sale . All kinds of Rough Lumber for sale for $15 M. Kramer & Grossman, 9 miles west of Tygh Valley. Local Items Leading Magazines. For Sale at the Maupin Drug Store. Mr. and Mrs. L. C.IIenneghan went to the niountians Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Bates Shattuck are away on their vacation- Two straw stacks for sale Job Crabtrce, For rent, house in east Maupin 3 rooms with water and phone in house; chicken house also. -Write Box 762, The Dalles. A small fire occured at the L. (5. Blakney home the 28th very little damage was done- Uay Kaylcr went to The Dalles Wednesday for 13. D. Fraley. $225 Claxtonola talking ma chines Reduced to $175; Wh Claxtonola talking machines Re duced to $125 st Maupin Drup. Store; will give terms. Portland Painless Dentist, 305, Second St. The Dalles Oregon, All work guaranteed, W. T. 'Slatten D, D. S. Proprietor, . A number of changes in oc cupancy of local residences took place last week. A. M. White and family moved into the cot tage on Deschutes avenue with Mrs. White's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Dufur moved from the postoflice building to the White residence. Mr. Brown of the Christian church moved into the apartment vacated by Mr, and Mrs. Dufur. Onion's Hhcf Itislihiimn of TECHNOLOGY hghl Si'lmolk; Srvrnly llrp.il tinrnta FALL 1T.RM 011 SUT. I'l. I VI Ftr informs 'en 'viit. 10 tbr Pnitirvr Oregon Ajirii ".illural 0llej:e f.O'lVAUIS E. B. DUFUR Attorney ivt Law MAUPIN, OREGON James Chalmers General Blacksmithing Horse Shoeing a Specially Maupin. Ore. I.O. O F. Jrf'W,N I WAPINITfA Lodge No. 200, Miinpln, Oregon, meutfl every LiHhndny night in 1. O. O. F. hull. Vidlting mem hers always weleonio. Ceo. McDonald. N. G. 1 B. 1 Turner, fecie-tary. BLACK6MITIIING and General Rcpahing Chilled Shcirs Ground HORSESHOEING All Prices Way Down A. F. Martin Dr. T. DeLarhue EYESIGHT SPECIALIST Glasses I Fitted Exclusively Optical Roonm 17-1S Vogl Block, uyu Crosby's Drug store, The Dalles. Ore Phono Black 1111 if tA W Wamic News Joe Wing has been suffering from an access on his hand the past week. Vernie and Gerald Wing and Mrs. Emma Winer. Mrs. Alice Zumwalt and Mrs. Maggie Wing went to the Dufur orchard lues- day and brought back a lot of npricotts. Rev. G. Brown of The Dalles postponed his preaching here Sunday on account of the harv- est work. Mrs. Lelah Serrurier and little Thelma arc here from Grass Val ley the past week. The Driver Kennedy and Har vey thresher finished its run Saturday. The company thresher started its run to day at the John Illing sworth fields. Mrs. Vesta Ken nedy of Vancouver Washington is cooking for the crew. Mrs. Agnes Chandler assisted with the cooking at the Kennedy and Harvey thrashing work. Much excitement prevailed here when the Belvie Palrson wheat field and the Frank Magi 11 stubble burned. A heavey wind was blowing and it seemed as if the entire fields east of the coun ty roads would bo consumed in the rapidly sweeping flames. The heroic efforts of the men, a hun dred or more which responod t the call fur help succeeded in putting out the fire. Barnard Welch arrived Frida from a ten dsys stay in Portland his father, Willie Welch accom pained him as far as the summit Rernad will return to the moun tains in a few days where they will spend a month. Mrs. Anna Packard is at Brookling with her son Wily Knighten who is suffering with eye trouble. J. L. Illingsworth came out from The Dalles Friday. He brought a quantity of fine peach es from his orchard. He will harvest his alfalfa hay whih here. Clifford McCorkleof Junipei flat visited Lester Crofoot Sat urday night and Sunday. John Jackson, Lewis Derthicl Art Gustier and Miss Fronr Kramer were here from Maupin Sunday. Sunday was the hotest day ol the season the thermometei registering 102 degrees. A hail and rain storm fell hen Sunday evening accompanied b lightening and thunder. The aii was very hot and opressive ami lasted throughout the night. Lightning stuck a pine tree near the Joe Wing place Sunda; evening setting fire to the dry grass and pine needles. The heavy rains extinguished tin fire. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Poring Mr. Dorings mother and Mr, and Mrs. Guy Brittian were up from 1'ygli Sunday ' visiting at th" John Illingsworth home. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Brittain went on to Smock to visit Mrs. M. Duncan. Two soldiers came over from Dufur to assist with the Legion work at the Terry Jones funeral. Chester Brittain, Wilber Wins and Gilbert Illingsworth went to the mountains to day. Mrs. Pauline French and baby returned to The Dalles to rlny after spending a week with rein fives here. Prof J. R. Ward will - leave with his family to night for Dryed, Washington, where they will make their future home. Vhoy will take the one orlock train at Maupin. Claud Roberts ! will take them to the station. ! The largest crowd of people j ever assembled at the cemetery ; here was that which came yes terday to witness the military funeral rites over Terry C. Jones ' who was brought from Frarce 1 were he died with pneumonia ; while in the service. The Amcri n ; Legion conducted the rites and Rev. Eadi of Smock pronounced the religious ceremony. Terry Jones was highly esteemed by 'those who knew him and many ! sorrowing friends brought flow- Try Our Perculator Coffee A 4 quart genuine Betty Bright Alumnium Sauce Pan and cover given with every 5 pound can You will come back for more R. E. WILvSON CO. What are you School days are coming Buy Now see Morris DENTIST IN - MAUPIN Dr. II. C. Dake will be in Maupin from August 6th to about August 20th And will be prepared to render dental services. Appointments can be made with Dr. Stovall. The ECLIPSE Automatic Air Control automatically controls the volume of air entering the carburetor, making it possible to throttle your car down on a very lean mixture. Gives a more correct mixture at all speeds Results: More Power, more flexibility, less carbon, less heat, anil an Increase of Three to Eight Miles Per Gallon of Gas The Eclipse is mechanically and scientific ally correct. The double valve absolutely Prevents Any Damage by Backfire. For Sale by Wm. L. Morrison and J. E. Morrison MAUPIN, OREGON Sole Distributers for Wasco and Sherman Counties to do Bros, o GROCERIES Fresh Fruits and Vegetables WILLIAMS & McCLURE East End of Bridge Maupin, Oregon era as tokens of their esteem, j Two beautiful wreaths from the Legion here and at The Dalles were placed with tender emmo tion on the grave. Mrs. N.J. Jones, Mr. and Mir. Evans Parish, Mr. and Mrs Fred Bichsell and daughter Thelma of The Dalles and Mr. and Mrs. George Led ford of Friend were here to attend the funeral. They were guests for dinner at the C. S. McCorkle home. Smock Items Mrs. Alice (Blanchard) Ayres with her husband visited the home folks last week, returning ta their home in Prineville Sat urday. Threshing is underway and wheat is a very good crop. The rain and hail Sunday even !ng delayed work Monday niorr- ing but it laid the dust and was very refreshing. We have not heard of any serious damage by the hail. Mrs. S. G. Led ford was called to Ashland by the serious illness illness of her father Mr. Mayfield who passed away Mond the 1st. Her little son David accompa nied his mother and was taken very ill ajid operated on for appendicitis. He is getting along fine and will soon be at home, Wamic Girl Married Miss Mary V. Miller, formerly of Smock was married to William A. Lehnherr of Myrtle Point, August 6th at Coquilh Miss Miller is a very successful teach er and for the past five years she has been teaching in Oregon She is teaching a summer school here and last spring contraated for nine and one half months at Tillamook where her parents live. Mr. Lehnherr is an ex-service man, having served two years in foreign service, on a subma rine destroyer He is a gradu ate from Astoria high echoo! and attended a medical college be fore entering the Government service. He is a member of the Masonic lodge and very popular among the "younger set" of Myrtle Point. The young couple will proba bly make their home near Myrtle NOTICE t Ukl J'VBLICATION Department of the .iterior V. Land Office at The Dalleo, Ore gon,' August 8, 1921. Notice is hereby given that Millard f. Coberth of Tygh Valley Oregon, who on Nov. y, 1920, made Homestead entry No, 016686, for Wl-2 Nwl-4, Wl-2 SWl-4, SEl-4 ewl-4, Sl-2 SEl-4. Section 29, iibI-4 NEl-4 section 32, Township ;i south. Range 13 east, Willamette Meridian, has riled notice of intention to make final three year proof to establish claim to tho land above dc scribed, before Register and Receivei United States Land Office at The Daiws, Oregon, on the 27th day of Septembe, 2L Claimant bames as intnesses: Alex ander Ross, Mgar H. Miller, Alfred P. Fergueson. UecTea Lofton, all of Tygh Valley. Oregon. II. Frank Woodcock, Register. NOriCF. f OK PUBLICATION Depart ment of the Interiorior U. ii. Land Office at The Dalles, Ore gon, July 18. 1921. Notice" i3 hereby given that Gussie 1. Derthick, of Maupin, Oregon, who on July 12, 1929, made Additional Homestead Entry No, 020478, for wl-2swl-4, Section 22, n1-2nw1-4, section 27. sw1-4ne1-4, neI-lswl-4, e1-2nw1-4, section 28, Town ship 6 south, Range 11 East, Willam ette Meridian, han filed notice of intention to make three year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before F. D. Stuart, United States Commissioner at Maupin, Ore gon, on the 15th day of September, 1921. Claimant names as witnesses: 'W. C. Richardson, O. J. Williams, W. H. Williams, B. F Turner all of Maupin. Oregon. U. Frank Woodcock, Kegi&tcr. NOTICE FOR PUPLICATION ISOLATED TRACT Public Land Salo Depurtmcnt of tho Interior 11. S. Land Office at The Dulles, Ore gon, June, ft, 1921. Notice is hereby given that as directed by the Commissioner of the General Land office, under provisions of Sec. 2-150, li. S., pursuant to the application of Peter E. Conroy, Serial No. 021192, we will oflfer at public sale to the highest bidder, but at not lees than $3.50 per acre, at 10.45 o'clock A.M.on the 18th day of August next, at this ofllco, the following tract of land: swl-4 SEl-4. Sec. II, T. 6 S., It. 15 E. W. M. (Containing 40 Ackb). "This tract is ordered into the market on a showing that the greater portion thereof i mountainous or too rough for cultivation. " The sale will not be kept open, but will bo declared closed when those present at the hour named have ceaBcd bidding. The person making the high est bid will be required to immediately pay to the Receiver the amount thereof Any persons claiming adversely the above-described land are advised to tile their claims, or objections, on or before the lime designated for sale. L. A. Booth, Receiver, NOTICE TO CREDITORS, Notice ia hereby given that the under signed has been appointed Administra tor ot the culato ol uaniei r. usDorn, deceased. All persons having claims against the said estate are required to present them, properly verified to the undersigned at the office of Francis V. Galloway in ihe miles, uregon, within six months from the first date of this publ.cation, said date being July 7, mi. wiuarci a. usDorn, Administrator. NOTICE FOR I'VBLICATION ISOLATED TRACT Public Land Salo Department of the Interior U. S. Land Office at The Dalles, Ore gon, June 20, 1921. Notice is hereby given that as directed by the Commissioner of the General Land office, under provisions of Sec. 2150, R. S., pursuant to the application of James P. Abbott, Serial No. 021959. we will offer at public Bale, to the highest bidder, but at not less than $2.00 per acre, at 10:15 o'clock A, M., on the 20th day ot September, next, at this office, the following tract of land: Wl-2 BEl-4, section 4. town ship 6 south, Range 12 East, W. M. Containing u Acresj. The sale will not be kept open, but will be declared closed when those present at tne nour namea nave ceasea bidding. The person making the high est bid will be required to immediately pay to tne tteceiver tne amount ipereoj. Any bersons claiming adversely tho above-described land are advised to file their claims, or objections, on or before the time designated for sale. L. A. Booth, Receiver. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION ISOLATED TRACT Public Land Sale Department of the Interior U. S. Land Office at The Dalle3, Ore gon, June 14, 1921, Notice ia hereby given that as directed by the Commjsaioper of tho General Land office, under provisions, of Sec. 2430, R. S., pursuant to the application of James P. Abbott Serial No. 0219ii0, we will offer at public sale, to the highest bidder, bitt at np(. lens than $2.00 per acre, at 11.110 o'clock A. M. on the 13th day of Sept ember next, at this office, the following tract of land: Nl-2 se1-4, Section 8, Township 6, South Range 12 East, V. M. (Containing 80 Acres, "ThU tract is ordered into tho market on a showing that tho greater portion thereof ia inountaiiioua or too rough for cultivation." The sale will not be kept open but will be declared closed whfn those present at the hour named have peascfl bidding. The person making the high? est bid will be required to immediately pay to the Receiver the amourit thereqf Any porsona claiming adversely the above-described land are advised to tile their claims, or objections, on or before the time designated for sale, L. A. Booth, Receiver, NOTICE f OR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior U. S. Land Office at The Dalle?, Oregon, August 8, 1921. Notice is hereby given that Alexander Rops of Tygh Valley, Oregon, who on August 10, 1918, made Additional Homestead application No. 016!3, for re1-4ne1-4, NK1-4KE1-4. section 32, Township 3 ciouth, Range 13 east. Willamette Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final three year proof, to establish claim to the land above de scribed, before Register and Receiver, United States Land Office, at The Dalles, Oregon, on the 27th day of September, 1921. Claimant names as witnesses: Edgaf H. Miller, Alfred P. Fergueson, M. F. Coberth, C, W. Wing, all of Tygh Valley, Oregon. 'H. Frank Woodcock, Register. Point, where a large stock Mr. Lehnherr has ranch. Scores of friend3 all over the state wisrj the young couple joy and happi ness.