The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930, November 09, 1922, Image 4

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    The Maupin Tunes
published every Thrusday at
- Maupin, Oregon
Jessiline K. Morrison, Publisher
Subscription: One year, $1.50; six
months, 75 cents; three months, 50
Entered as second class mail
matter September 2, 1914, at the
postoffice at Maupin, Oregon, un
der the Act of March 3, 1879.
So far as we have been able to
get reports the school bill failed
in this end of the county, which
fact all may justly be pround of.
An able writer in a large county
weekly comments thus: Oregon
voters have adopted a measure
which leading attorneys have
declared unconstitutional. We
refer to the so-called compulsory
school bill. This measure will
in all likelihood be in litigation
for three or four years. The
campaign just past has left a
sore spot with many Oregonians.
The litigation over it will keep
raw, these sore spots, and we
will behold this state torn by
religious suspicions. Indeed we
are right now in an unenviable
position in Oregon. Many very
sincere votes were cast for the
school bill. But it is our belief
that proponents of the measure
have set in motion elements that
will defeat their very ends in a
unified nation; that will leave
chisms and strife instead of co
ordinated working of all citizens
For Sale
Maytag washer and engine,
almost new.-Shattuck Brothers
Around Maupin
Fountain Pens $1.00 up
Maupin Drug Store.
J. C. Hagey was here from
Poatland the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Anderson
were Portland visitors a few
days this week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. s H. Williams
returned yesterday after a few
days' recreation out of town.
The VanLaanen residence is
now completed and Mrs. Van
Laanen announces "moved in."
Elgin, Waltham and Hamden
watches Maupin Drug Store.
Mrs. G- F. McLeod is a guest
guest of her sister-in-law, Mrs.
James Chalmers today.
The farmers of the irrigation
project held a special meeting at
Union hall Monday to discuss
the future water problems.
Mrs. Dufur went to' Portland
Tuesday. Atty Dufur will go
as soon as he can arrange his
business. They expect to make
their home near their children.
In stock at the Times office
Wedding cabinets, plain and
fancy stationery, cards, stork
cabinets, carbon paper, tags,
butter parchment and cartons,
school report cards, cardboard
and paper in large pieces.
Eyes Tested
Saturdays and Sundays
Old Bank Building Maupin, Oregon
0. R. Dinwiddie
Registered Optician
I have opened a blacksmith sUp r all
around blacksmithing at my old stand
opposite Woodcock's mill and am prepared
to do work at reasonable rates.
Butter Nut Bread
The bread that made mother
stop baking. Received fresh
every day at
I.O. O. F.
Lodge No. 209, Maupin, Oregon.
meets every Saturday night in
I. 0. O. F, hall. Visiting mem
bera always welcome.
B. F. Turner, Secretary
H. R. Kaiser, N. G.
New Today-
"SNAPPY" Four piece or
chestra for dances and entertain
ments. Call Ch as. Brown or
Leon Frasier. Dufur, Oregon.
For Sale RefeistredDuroc Jersey
Boars. Farrowed April 14, sired
by Red KingGango, sweep stake
winner of Oregon State Fair
1922, dam Sacajauea second prize
sow, Oregon State Fair ; 1921.
CrabtreeBros. Maupin Oregon.
For Sale One large work horse
J. M. Glass, Wapinitia, Oregon
Don't forget the Pendleton
blankets at Wilsons.
For Sale 15 registered Hamp
shire Rams and 1 Shrop Ram
price $25.00-C. B. Dahl.
For Sale Four milk cows, gen
tle good milkers, soon to be
fresh $45 to $55 each.'-C. G.
Skogsberg Criterion. t
Our fall shipment of blankets
and robes and auto robes just
arrived R. E. Wilson Co.
For Sale 20 tons choice wheat
and 8 tons rye hay. House and
feedine grounds furnished if
desired Otto Herrling.
What the patrons must do
A list of approved boxes, with
information as to where they
may be obtaiaed, will be furnish
ed on application to the Fourth
Assistant Postmaster General
(Division of Rural Mail).
If a patron finds that the larg
est size box specified by the
Department is not of sufficient
size to hold all his mail, he may
make application to the Depart
ment for permission to have a
larger box manufactured.
The use of locks on boxes is
not absolutely required, but is
encouraged as a measure of pro
tection. If patrons provide locks
for their boxes, carriers shall
accept the keys and unlock and
lock the boxes when serving them
Patrons should cooperate tofaci
liate the carrier's work by adopt
ing for each route locks of such
patterns that master keys may
be fitted to them. Master keys
should be delivered only to post
masters at distributing offices
who will place them in the hands
of carriers.
Postmasters and carriers are
prohibited from assisting in the
sale of anv particular box, or
acting directly or indirectly as
agents for any box manufacturer
or agent; but postmasters are
permitted to order, for present
or prospective patrons, upon the
patron's request, any approved
box selected by the patrons, but
must not receive any compensa
tion or profit for such accomoda
Such boxes are by law afford
ed the same protection from in
jury and depredation as any
other regulation mail box, and
are regarded as United States
mail boxes and should be used
exclusively for the reception of
mail matter. Mailable matter
deposited in patrons' boxes is
subject to the postal laws, includ
ing payment of postage.
Persons neglecting or refusing
to comply with these conditions
will be regarded as not desiring
rural delivery, and the carrier
will be directed not to serve them
Patrons are expected to afford
the carriers every facility in the
performance of their duties, by
keeping the roads open after
heavy snowfalls, and by using
their influence with tne proper
authorities to maintain them in
good repair.
Postmasters will report to the
Fourth Assistant Postmaster
General the names of all patrons
maintaining inappropriate, un
safe, and unsuitable boxes, indi
cating kind and size of box, name
of manufactor if known, and
date of erection; also the names
of patronb whose boxes are im
properly erected on routes.
Service must not be withdrawn
from any box without specific in
structions from the Department.
Tom Woodcock and Dick Pal
mateer sawed twelve cords of
wood last week on the reserve
above Mrs. Mary Beaty's place.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Gillis went
to The Dalles Monday, Mrs
Gillis going on to Portland with
WUlie MagilV Mr. Gillis and A.
E. Lrke returned Wednesday. -
Mr. and Mrs. Vard Norval
took Mrs. Ed Burlingame to the
train Wednesday to accompany
Ed to Bend where he has em
ployment in the Skaggs store.
The temperature got down to
14 above one night last week.
Percy Driver, Joe, Johny, and
Liberty Chastain and Willis Nor
val worked the roads near
Friend last week.
T. L. Brown and Walter Mas
ter of Dufur paid this place a
visit Thursday. His father, Su
preme Justice George M. Brown
who was returning from Pen
dleton where he had been hold
ing courtl was with him, stop-
ing over for a visit with his son
on his return to Salem.
Mrs. T. C. Ireland and son
Norman of Portland visited the
J. Illingsworth home last week.
Mrs. Nina New went to Port
land Friday where Bobby is eon-
fined with a serious attack of
typhoid fever. He had been
sick three weeks but his parents
had not been informed of his
illness as his attendants could
not learn from the boy where
they were" on account of his ex
treme illness. Mrs. Emma Chas
tain went to Tygh today, taking
baby Charladt New to Portland
with her. Bobby is a little bet
ter this morning, but very ill.
Liberty Chastain took Mrs. New
to The Dalles.
Work was commenced on the
new steel bridge across White
river today. Percy Driver and
Joe Chastain are graing near
the top of Tygh grade today,
driviug six horses.
Mr. and Mrs. Liberty Chastain
moved t their home above town
this morning.
A big crowd attended the Bale
Saturday at the Wilbur Wing
place. F. C- Butler of Maupin
was the auctioneer. Wilbur and
Frank Wing and their families
leave Wednesday for Toppenish,
Wn. Frank expects to go to
Kelso in the springwhere he will
be road master for grading. The
job is a five year contract. Ed
Wing and Guy Rouse came from
Tappenish Wednesday, return
ing today, taking a load of goocjs
for Wilbur, Little Darrel ac
companied them home.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Woodcock
and Cecil were guests at . the
Lake home Sunday.
Arby Magill took a load of
lumber to Grass Valley today.
George Webb and Miss Alice
Webb were out from The Dalles
Thursday, going to Smock.
Housty Johnson took Mrs. Jay
to Maupin today.
Gussie Derteick hauled a load
of lumber today from Tygh.
Miss Betty Powell's pupils
rendered a Hallowe'en program
at the school house Friday after
noon, appearing in yellow and
black. Carmel Woodcock had to
miss the program, having an
attack of flu. She is up again.
Floyd Johpson sold his place
to Lyman Booth and bought
farm land and a house here in
town from Frank Magill.
Chester Brittain, Nellie Illings
worth and Orange Brittain went
to Dufur yesterday where Mrs.
Mollie Brittain had a cancer
taken from her side. Mrs. Ill
ingsworth has been staying with
her father while her mother was
at Dufur.
J. P. McMurray went to Tygh
Saturday and reported an inch
of snow. We are having snow
today, but it melted on reaching
the ground.
Dave Campbell and Andy
Bails went to Dufur today.
J. H. Shively was a Dalles
visitor last week.
John Illingsworth will move
to the Wilbur Wing place this
week, having rented it for two
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Woodcock
and Irene were guests at the
Guy Harvey home yesterday.
Two more four-horse loads of
wood went from here today to
Grass Valley.
Mrs. Liza Johnson held a fam
ily reunion at her home yester
day for her daughter Mrs. Mag
gie Wing and family.
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at The Dalles, Ore
gon, October, 16 1922.
Notice is hereby given that
William H. Shelly.
of Shaniko, Oregon, who on November
10, 1919. made Homestead hntrv No.
019866, for swl-4sEl-4, section 22, wl-
-2NE1-4, SE1-4NW1-4, section 27, Town
ship 5 south, Range 15 east, Willamette
Meridian, has filed notice of intention to
make final three year proof, to establish
claim to the land above described,
before Register and Receiver, United
States Land Office, at The Dalles,
Oregon, onthe 6th day of Decembr,1922,
Claimant names as witnesses: if. h.
Conroy, of Shaniko, Oregon, A. J. Con
roy, of Shaniko, Oregon, James Doran,
of Maupin, Oregon, John Manion, of
Maupin, Oregon,
J. W. Donnelly, Register.
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at The Dalles, Ore
gon, October 26th, 1922.
Notice is nereoy given that
John E. Porchett
of Wapintia, Oregon, who on November
6, 1920, made Homestead Entry No.
017021 for Lot 1, section 28, Lots 3, 4,
sw1-4nw1-4, NWl-4 swl-4, Section 23,
swl-4NEl-4, Nl-2sEl-4, NEl-4swl-4, Spc
tion 80( Township 6 south, Range 14
east, Willamette Meridian, has filed
notice of intention to make final proof
to establish claim to the land above
described, before F. D. Stuart. U. S.
Commissioner, at Maupin. Oregon, on
the 15th day of December 192a.
Claimant names as witnesses: Chester
Pechette. W. R. Sturgis, Lewis McCoy,
A. R. Wilcox, and H. John Delco, all
of Wapinitia, Oregon,
J. W, Donnelly, Register.
Grocery and Meat Market
Every Thing for the Table
As Long' as They Last:
We give you FREE, with each Gallon Can of Crimson Rambler Silver Bub
ble Syrup a 22 Oz. Glass Jug of Butter Scotch Syrup.
With each 5 Pound Can of Golden West Coffee we give you One Pound FREE
ONE TON of Danish hard head cabbage, a winter "variety. This cabbage
is good solid stuff and free from worms. Get a sack or cralc for Kratft
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed Francis V. Galloway has been
duly appointed Administrator of the es
tate of Mary A. Woodside, deceased,
and has qualified as such Administrator
All persons having claims against
said estate are hereby notified and
required to present the same duly
verified to the undersigned at his office
in The Dalles, Oregon, within six mon
ths from the first date of the publ ca
tion of this notice; first date of publica
tion being October, 26, 1922.
Francis V. Galloway,
Department of the Interior
U, S. Land Office at The Dalles, Ore
gon. October 19th, 1922.
Notice is hereby given that
John H. McMillan
of Maupin, Oregon, who on Aug. 1, 1919
made Homestead Entry, JNo. uzu84
for swl-4 NEl-4, sEl-4, section 11,
Nl-2 neI-4; sw1-4ne1-4, section 14, Town
ship 5, south, Range 14 East Willamet
te Meridian, has hied notice of intention
to make final three year proof, to estab
lish claim to the land above described,
before F. D. Stuart, United States
Commissioner, at Maupin, Oregon, on
the 12th day of December 1922.
Claimant names as witnesses: A. H.
Philmlee, of Maupin Oregon, W. C.
Richardson of Maupin Oregon, John
Foley of Maupin Oregon, Tom Faherty
of The Dalles, Oregon.
J. W. Donnelly, Register.
In the Circuit Court of the
State of Oregon for Wasco
Charles N. Farlow and James M.
Farlow, Plaintiffs, vs. T. J.
Driver and Jane Doe Driver,
husband and wife, Defendants.
To T. J. Driver and Jane Doe
Driver, Defendants:
In the Name of the State of
Oregon: You and each of you
are here-by required to answer
the complaint filed in the above
cause within six weeks from the
date of the first publication of
this summons, and if you fail
for want thereof, the plaintiffs
will apply to the court for the
relief demanded in the complaint;
for a decree that the plaintiffs
be declared the sole and exclusive
owners in fee simple of the land
described in the complaint, to
wit, the East one-half of the
Northwest quarter of Section
Twenty-seven, in Township Four,
South, Range Twelve, East of
the Willamette Meridian in
Wasco County, State of Oregon,
and that an alleged deed made
by Robert Kelly to the said T. J.
Driv er be held void, and that the
said T. J. Driver and Jane Doe
Driver, his wife, be required to
make and deliver to the plaintiffs
a deed, by the terms of which
they shall convey the above de
scribed premises to the plaintiffs
and in case they shall fail to so
deed and convey the above de
scribed premises tothe plaintiffs,
the decree of the court shall
operate as a deed and operate to
convey the premises from the
defendants to the plaintiffs; that
the cloud created by the deed
made by Robert Kelly to T. J.
Driver be removed from the
premises above described, and
for plaintiffs' costs and disburse
ments, and for such other relief
as to the court shall seem equit
able. This summons is served upon
.vou pursuant to an order of Fred
W. Wilson, judge of. the above
entitled court, which directs that
this summons be published once
each week for six consecutive
weeks in Jhe Maupin Times, a
newspaper, and that a copy of
the complaint and summons be
deposited in the postoffice at The
Ualles, Oregon, directed to the
The date of the first publication
of this summons is the 19th day
of October, 1922.
Frank G. Dick
Attorney for Plaintiffs
Postoffice address, The Dalles,
James Chalmers
Horse Shoeing and
General Blacksmithing;
Maupin, Ore.
Dr. T. DeLarhue
Glasses Properly Fitted
Exclusively Optical
Rooms 17-18 Vogt Block, oyer
Crosby 'a Drug store,
The Dalles, Ore
Phone Black 1111
Attorney at Law
In virtue of an execution and
order of sale issued out of the
Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for Wasco County upon
a judgment in favor of W. E.
Hunt, and against Arthur Hen
derson for $501.20, with interest
at 8 per cent from October 2,
1922, $75.00 attorney's fees, and
$31.80 costs and disbursements.
Now, therefore, pursuant to
the commands of said execution
I will, on the 2nd day of Decem
ber, 1922, at the hour of 2:00
o'clock P. M. of said day, at the
courthouse door in Dalles City,
Wasco County, Oregon, sell at
puolic auction to the highest bid
der for cash, the following de
scribed real praperty, to-wit:
The Southwest quarter of the
Northeast quarter and the East
one-half of the Northwest quar
ter and the Northeast quarter of
the Southwest quarter of Sec
tion Seventeen, Township Six
South, Range Fifteen, E W. M.
situated in Wasco County, State
of Oregon. -
Dated this 28th day of Octo
ber, 1922.
Levi Chrisman
Sheriff of Wasco County, Oregon
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at The Dalles, Ore
gon, October, 27, 1922.
Notice is hereby given that
Irl Dayis
of Dufur, Oregon, who on September
12th, 1917, made Homestead Entry
No. 019249, for SE1-4se1-4, Sec 23,
sl-2 swl-4, sec. 24, nw1-4nw1-4. see.
25, N1-2M-2, sec. 26 and Feby. 21, 1921
made stockraising Additional home
stead entry No. 021789 for 8l-2sEl-4,
sec. 27, N1-2N1-2, sw1-4ne1-4. NwMseI
4, Section 34, all in Township 3
south,' Range 13 East, Willamette
Meridian, has filed notice of intention
to make three year proof, to establish
claim to the land above described, be
fore Register and Receiver, United
States Land Office at The Dalles Ore
gon, on the 15th day of December 1922.
Claimant names as witnesses: Claude
C. Foster, of The Dalles, Oregon. Ed
Faulk, of The Dalles, Oregon, John M.
Conroy, of Tygh Valley, Oregon, Cy
rus Lofton, of Tygh Valley, Oregon.
J. W. Donnelly, Register.
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at The Dalles, Ore
gon, October 16th, 1922.
Notice is hereby given that
Arthur Dyer
of Maupin, Oregon, who on Aoril
1 25th, 1919. made HomesteadEntry No.
020622, and on Nov. 11, 1920 made ad
ditional homestead entry No. 020623
Ifn. OUrl C3Cl .A PCl jloml A n lO
i wl-2swl-4. Section 20. wl-2Nwl-4. Nw-
1 l-4swl-4, section 29, NEl-,4, NeI-4nw1-4,
El-2swl-4, tfl-2sEl-4, section 30, Town-
J ship 6 south, Range 14 east, Willam
ette Meridian, has filed notice of
I intention to make final three year proof,
to establish claim to the land above
: described, before F. D. Stuart, United
States Commissioner at Maupin, Ore-
Igon, on tne 4th day of December 1972.
Claimant names as witnesses: E.
J. Fischer, E. A. Troutman, A. J.
Connolly, H. P. Hollis, all of Maupin,
I J. W. Donnelly, Register.