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The Maupin 1 imes
d Every Thursday at Maupin, Oregon,
Jessiline E. Morrison, Publisher
Subscription: One Year $1.50, Six
entered ts second class mail
post office at Maupin, Oregon,
I have opened a blacksmith shop for all
around blacksmithing at my old stand
opposite Woodcock's mill and am prepared
to do work at reasonable rates.
A. F. MARTIN
Wamic citizens were pleased
to have mail service after an ab
sence of nearly a week, the train
being able lo go over the road
Thursday the first time since the
The citizens of this place hope
to never again witness such a
flood as the recent one and never
before in the history of the place
has such a deluge of water rush
ed down this canyon.
The homes of A. E. Lake,
Charley Crofoot, Willie Norval
and Dick Palmateer were almost
deluged by the high water. All
but the Lake family left their
homes for awhile as the water
threatened to enter their houses
and did run into Dick Palmateer
house. He had to carry grand
ma Kin worthy to a place of safety
Mrs. Mary Gibson was among
those who had to abandon the
home on account of the flood.
The writer suffered property
on fron tha flojd having some
fencing carried away and wash
outs of immense depth.
Little Lyle Driver is some
what improved from pneumonia
but i3 very ill yet.
Mrs. Flora Savage, who ac
comanied her husbands remains
here spent several days with re
atives. She and Alvin returned
to Oregon City Saturday.
Miss Keltic- Powell had to dis
miss school the former part of
last! week, having an attack
of tonsilitis. She was able to
resume school Thursday.
Percy Driver is very busy try-
mjr to eei me roads in stiaue tor i
tiavci. x uc itvcub uuuuj
done much damage to roads.
Mrs. Lena Woodcock gave a;
card party Saturday niRht. serv-i
ing lunch after the playing of
Wamic seems to have caught
the spirit of the pleasure of mask
ing, an old time custom of this
place and will give mask dance
on the 26th of this month.
A much enjoyed masquerade
dance was given at Tygh Satur
day night. Mr. and Mrs. En
niit Zumwalt, Mr, and Joe Wing
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Johnson,
Housty and Amos Johnson, Ver-!
me and v ertia wing and uans Many person enjoyed the dance
Zumwalt went from here. Ver- here New Years night. Among
nie Wing and Claris Zumwalt those who came from out side
won the first prize representing place3 were Mr and Mrg Koy
elderly people. Guy Brittain ' Orabtreo. Mr. rnd Mrs. Leonand
won second as a cow boy. Chastain, Mr. and Mrs. Dolph
About two inches of snow fell'M,lvi1BU, aA M- anA Mrs n
here Saturday night.
Rex and Bob New were up
from Tygh Sunday.
Mrs. Enmia Chastain and Jack
went to Bert Knightens last
week at lower Tvgh Valley.
Percy Driver, Bill Woodcock
and Emmet Zumwalt built a
bridge Saturday to give them an
outlet with their cars.
Little Gene Woodcock has been
sick but is better now.
Percy Driver and Harvey were
Dalles business visitors Monday.
Mrs. Cora Foster has bought a
new piano. j
Mrs. Ike Davis writes from
G'ants Tubs, that Mr. Davis is
j';t""v"c fv."i! )2 attsck of
Months 75cts, Three Months 50c
matter September 2, 1914, at the
under the Act of March 3, 1879.
ssthama but that she is suffering
from bronicai trouble.
This place experienced lower
temperture last week, frosts and
freezing ice for several nights.
Ralph Davis, eldest son ot
Ike Davis, of Grants Pass, has
accepted a position as chief clerk
for the S. P. K R. at Brooklin
and will make his future home
in Portland. He has been in the
employ of the company a nurnbtr
of years and is now stationed at
. Mrs. C. S. McCorkle is some
what improved from her recent
attacks of heart trouble.
Ike Driver is up but is not a
Oren Farlow returned to his
homestead after the Christmas
Mr. and Mrs. Callie Duncan
went to Portland Monday to
have Mrs. Duncans eyes treated
Mrs. Gertrude Driver and baby
returned to Portland from The
Dalles Monday. She left little
Pauline with Mrs. Myrtle Hixon
until Wednesday when Mrs.
Arthur Creighton took her to
Mrs. Etta Large went to The
Dalles week before last for a
visit with friends. 1
Many persons enjoyed the mas
querade dance given by Willis
Farlow on Smock during the
Wiley Knighten, who spent
iVii linlirlava u-ith Vila mrtlVipr
a An; p,, t,,. t
i take up his school Monday of
JJrs Kennedyi LuciIe
Kennedy returned to The Dalles
New Yeai-3 day. Harry Miller
I was with them. Jim Kennedy
took them to Sherara Bridge.
Mrs. Josie Lake and M:j.
Hilda Dake gave a pleasing card
party Saturday night, they eerv
ed a dainty lunch at the close of
the card games.
Mrs. Mamie Kennedy and
Lucile Kennedy entertained at
their home Saturday night. Mrs
Kennedys giiest3 played cards
and Luciles friends enjoyed mu-
sjc atl(j dancing.
Milier, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wood
side of Juniper Flat. Mr. and
(Mrs. Walter Driver, Mr. and
i Mrs. Guy Reddington, Rex and
Bob New of Tygh Valley,
j Mr, and Mrs. Carl Pratt and
two small children and &.13.
Mary Pratt came over from
Maupin buiuiay, remaining over
J Mr. and Mrs. Don Miller ai d
: Val spent New Years with Mr.
and Mrs. Dave Campbell
Mis3 Bettie Powell took
school Tuesday following
Mrs. Mary Pratt received word
that Alfred Sanford wr danger
orr'y ill in Portland. Mr. tw
Mrs. L C. HenneghanleftThurs
day to be with Mr. Sanford. Mr
Henneghan is also taking medical
Dr Dake returned to Portland
Wednesday after spending the
holidays with his wife.
Dr. Elwood came to attend
little Lyle Driver Wednesday.
Al Lake spent several days in
The Dalles last week.
Jim Kennedy went to The
Card of Thanks
To the people of Maupin and
vicinity. Words cannot express
my feelings when I learned of
the generous thing you people
had done. In the same spirit it
was given I accept your gift and
thank you with all my heart, not
only for the money but for that
which is more than money your
love and friendship. Zella Mor
We wish to thank the .friends
and neighbors for the many kind
nesses extended us during our
recent bereavement. Zella Mor
rill Buzan, Jerome Buzan, Zelma
Lindley, Ralph Buzan, Ward
Buzan, and Aura Buzan.
h. T. Lewis and son were in
Maupin Monday from Wapinitia
B. D. Fraley returned last
Thursday evening from Patter
son California where they have
spent the winter. Mrs. Fraley
and the children will remain
until school is out
Shattuck Bros, are remodeling
the interior of their store this
week and putting in a lot more
of attractive new stock.
Matches 6 boxes for 35 cents
Maupin Drug Store.
Horse Shoeing and
Plow Share Grinding
Lodae No. 209, Maupin, Oregon.
meets every Saturday night ip
I. 0. O. F. hall. Visiting mem
oer always welcome.
B. F. Turner, Secretary
H. K. Kaiser, N. G.
Dr. T. DeLarhue
Glasses Properly Fitted
Rooms 17-18 Vogt Block, oyer
Crosby's Drug store,
The Dalles, Ore
Phone Black 1111
"SNAPPY" Four piece or
chestra for dances and entertain
ments. Call Chas. Brown or
Leon Frasier. Dufur, Oregon.
Lost last Thursday between
the Maupin State Bank and The
Times office a fountain pen
Finder please return to this office
For Sale 280 feet of R . picket
fence, made in neatpannels with
base, also same quantity of wire
fencing and posts for either.
Ideal for chicken park. Inquire
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.
Born Sunday to Mf. and Mrs.
E. M. Confer a son.
F. E. Griffiin who has been
visiting his daughter Mrs. H. R.
Kaiser lest for lone Sunday night
For Sale Eleven nice feede pigs
will weigh about 125 lbs. One
coming five year old Registered
Aberdeen Angus Bull Bruce
Three rooms to let B. F. Cook.
A new consignment of library
books arrived at Shattuck Bros,
last week and are in great de
A. Crabtree has purchased the
famous red cow of mayor Wilson
and taken her to the country.
W. L. Morrison, L. Jackson,
and Ashley Bros, were Maupin
visitors from the White River
Born to Mr. and Mra. Bernard
Welch at Medford Oregon, Jan.
15, an 8 pound son, nome Leo
Verne. Mrs. Welch willl be re
membered as Crystal Pratt.
W. C. Bolton is on the mining
and mannfacturing committees
at the state legislatnre.
Veronica Kramer and Fred
Curtiss were married last week.
A telegram was received by
Mrs. M. F. VanLaanen stating
that her brother-in-law A C.
Sanford ,had passed away in
Portland after a long illness.
Interment will be made in Port
A special council meeting was
held last Thursday svening when
after viewing the sidewalks in
the afternoon the council accept
ed certain portions of the walks
in blocks 36 and 25 and will make
payment in full on them.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department o the Interior
U. S. Land Office at The Dalles, Ore
gon, Nov. 18th, 1922.
Notice is hereby criven that
Daniel J. Conroy
of Shaniko, Oregon, who on Oct. 9t.h.
1920, made Homestead Entry No. 017020
for SEl-4 section 10, wl-zswl-4 section
11, nw1-4nw1-4, section 14, NEl 4NE1-4,
section 15, Township 6 south, Range
15 eaBt, Willamette Meridian, has tiled
notice of intention to make three vear
proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before F. D. Stuart,
United states Commissioner at Maupin,
Oregon, on the 9th day of January,
Claimant names as witnesses: Ralph
Buzan of Criterion. Oregon. Arthur W.
Fargher, of Maupin, Oregon, havid
Donaldson of Maupin, Oregon, Artnur
Wallace of Shaniko, Oregon, Patrick
H. Conroy, of Shaniko, Oregon.
J. W. Donnelly, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at The Dalles.
Oregon, January 9, 1923.
Notice is hereby given that
Harry W. Skinner
of Criterion, Oregon, who on October 17,
1919, made Homestead entry No. 021047
for SE1-4SW1-4, sl-2sul-4, section 28,
NE1-4NW1-4, N1-2NE1-4, Section 33,
Nl-2Nwl-4, section 34, Township6 south
Range 15 east, Willamette Meridian,
has filed notice of intention to
make three year proof, to establish
claim to the land above described,
before F. D, Stuart, United States Com
missioner, at Maupin, Oregon, on the
20th day of February, 1923.
Claimant names as witnesses: D. B.
Appling of Criterion, Oregon, Tnos.
Moss, of Criterion,. Oregon, Laughlin
Morrison of Shaniko, Oregon, Malcolm
McDonald, of Shaniko, Oregon.
J. W. Donnelly, Register.
in Internal Medicine for the
past eleven years
DOES NOT OPERATE
Will be at
The Dalles Hotel
Friday, February 9th
Office Hours 10 A. M.fo 4 T.
ONE DAY ONLY
No Charge for Consultation
Dr. Mellenthin is a regular graduate
in medicine snd surgery and is licensed
by the state of Oregon. He visits pro
fessionally the more important towns
and cities and offers to all who call on
this trip free consultation, except the
expense of treatment when desired.
According to his method of treatment,
he does not operate for chronic appen
dicitis, gall stones, ulcers of stomach,
tongils or adenoids.
He has tohis credit wonderful results
ia diseases of the stomach, liver, bowels
blood, skin, nerves, heart, kidney, blad
der, bed wetting, catarrh, weak lungs,
rheumatism, sciatica, leg ulcers and
If you have been ailing for any length
of time and do not get any better, do
not fail to call, as improper measures
rather than disease are very often the
cause of your long standing trouble.
Remember above date, that consul
tation on this trip will be free and that
his treatment is different.
Married women must be accompa
nied by their husbands.
Address 336 Boston Bftck, Minne
SEELEY, FAMOUS IN THIS
SPECIALTY, CALLED TO
F. H. Seeley, of Chicago and
Philadelphia, the noted truss
expert, will personally be at The
Dalles Hotel, and will remain in
The Dalles Thursday Only, Jan
uary 25th. Mr. Seeley say: "The
Spermatic Shield will not only
retain any case of rupture per
fectly, but contracts the opening
in ten days on the average case.
This result effected during the
day the repair continues of it
self throughout the night during
sleep while all strain is removed.
Being a vast advancement over
all former methods exemplyfy
ing instantantaneous effects im
mediately appreciable and with
standing any strain or position
no matter the size or location.
Large or difficult cases, or incis
sional ruptures (following opera
tions) specially solicited. This
instrument received the only
award in England and in Spain,
producing results without sur
gery, iniections, medical treat
ments or prescriptions. Warning
All cases should be cautioned
against the use of any elastic or
web truss with understraps, as
same rest where the lump is and
not where the opening is, pro
ducing complications necessitat
ing surgical operations. Mr.
Seeley has documents from the
United States Government,
Washington, D. C, for inspec
tion. He will be glad to demon.
strate, without charge or fit
them if desired. Business de
mands prevent stopping at any
oeher place in this section.
P. S. Every statement in this
notice has been verified before
the Federal and State Courts.
F. H. Seeley.
Home office 117 N Dearborn St
John Eubanks has been sperd-
ing this week with Mrs. Eubank
and Vivian at Tygh Valley.
NOTICE OF SALE OF PERSON
A L PROPERTY
Notice is hereby given, that
pursuant to an order of the
County Court of Wasco County,
State of Oregon, made and en
tered on the 8th day of January,
1923, the undersigned adminis
trator of the estate of James
Doran, deceased, will sell at
private auction, to the highest
bidder, for cash, on the 20th
day of January, 1923, at 2 o'clock
in the afternoon of said day, at
the James Doran place, the fol
lowing described personal prop
One bull, IS head cows and
three-year old heifers, 4 head
steers,' four-year old; 4 head
steers, three-year old; 2 head
two-year old, 5 calves less than
one year old; 4 mares, 2 geldings
1 wrecked Ford runabout; house
hold furniture, including small
tools; 1 set double harness; 1
saddle and bridle; 2 sacks rye, 3
50 lb. sacks of flour; 1 grain
drill; 1 tdow; 1 harrow; 1 farm
wagon; 1 gun.
Sealed bids will be received by
the administrator at 870 Court
Avenue, Portland, Oregon, up
to and inclusive of the 20th day
of January, 1923, at the hour of
two o clock r. M. of said day.
Said sale will be made subject
to confirmation by the Court,
and the administrator hereby
reserves the right to reject any
and all bids.
Dated January 8th, 1923.
Administrator of the estate of
James Doran, deceased.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at The Dalles, Ore.
gon, December 23, 1922.
Notice is hereby given that
Joel C. Abbott
of Wapinitia Oregon, who on February
20, 1'.'22, made Homestead fcntrv Mo,
017333, for Nl-2sEl-4. section 21, Nt--2swl-4,
nw1-4seI-4, sEl-4sEl-4, sEl-
4nw1-4. sl-2NEl-4. Lot 3, section 22.
swl-4swl-4, Sec. 23, NBl-4Nwl-4, Lot 1
Section 26, Township 6 south, Range 13
east, Willamette Meridian, has filed
notice of intention to make final three
year proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before F. D.
Stuart. United States Commissioner
at Maupin. Oregon, on the 21st day of
Claimant names as witnesses: Ches
ter Pechette, A. R. Wilcox. Lewis
McCoy. John Porchette. all of Wapi
J. W. Donnelly, Register,
Maytag washer and engine,
almost new. -Shattuck Brothers
Gov't. Garden Seeds
"Congressman N. J. Sinnotthas
notified the Times that he will
make distribution of goverment
seeds alloted to him this year
through the papers in his district
as this method has proved so
successful for several years in
getting same into the hands of
those who most desire them.
Congressman Sinnott will also
send seeds to any constituent
writing directly to him at Wash
ington, after they are ready for
distribution after the first of the
year. There will also be a few
hundred flower seeds available
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF , OREGON FOB WASCO
J. o. Thompson, )
vs ) Summons
Amanda E. Hatley and L. I
Hatley, wife and husband,
To Amanda E. Hatley and L. P. Hat
In the name of the State of Oregon,
ifou and each of you are hereby re
quired to appear and answer the com
plaint filed against you in the above
entitled action within six weeks from
the date of the first publication of this
summons, as hereinafter stated, and if
you fail so to appear and answer said
complaint or otherwise plead thereto,
plaintiff will take judgment against
you for the sum of $100.00 with inter
est thereon from the 2nd day of Sept
ember, 1920, at the rate of six per
cent per annum and for plaintiff's
costs and disbursements.
This summons is served upon you by
publication thereof for six consecutive
weeks in the Maupin Times in con
formity with an order made on the 25th
day of November. 1922, by J. 'f . Ad
kisson, Jud'ie of the County Court of
the State of Oregon for Wasco County
The date of the first publication of
this summons is November 30, 1922,
C. L. Pepper,
Attorney for Plaintiff. L.
Residing at The Dalles, Oregon.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE STATE OF OREGON
FOR WASCO COUNTY.
George E. Penny )
and Martha E. Pen- f
ny, Plaintiffs, )
VS. j SUMMONDS
hn Wittliff and!
Anna Wittliff, Hen- f
ry Wittliff, a minor
Walter Wittliff, a)
Wittliff.a minor, and f
Wilbur Wittliff, a I
minor, Defendants; )
To John Wittliff, defendant
In the name of the State of
You are hereby required to
appear and answer the complaint
of the plaintiff, within six weeks
from the date af the first publi
cation of this summons, and if
you fail so to appear and answer
Plaintiff's complaint then the
Plaintiffs will apply to the Court
herein for the relief demanded
in Plaintiff's complaint, to-wit:
A judgment against John
Wittliff and Anna Wittliff for
the sum of $600 with interest
thereon at the rate of 7 per cent
per annum from April 16th, 1920
for the sum of $120.00 taxes
paid on mortgaged premises,
and for $100.00 attorney fees,
and Plaintiff's costs and disburs
ment3. That the mortgage executed
by yourself and Anna Wittliff to
the Plaintiffs herein be fore
closed, and that the premises
mentioned therein, to-wit: Nl-2
of SEl-4 of Nwl-4 of Sec. 21, Tn.
1 N. R. 13, E. W. M. and lots D,
E. and F in Block C9 of Fort
Dalles Millitary Reservation to
Dalles City and swl-4 of se1-4 of
Sec. 1, Tp. 1 N. R. 12 E. W. M.,
be sold and the proceeds thereof
be applied in Satisfaction of
Plaintiff's judgment and that
any surplus after the payment
of Plaintiff's claim be paid to
Anna Wittliff, Henry Wittliff.
Florence Wittliff and Wilbur
Wittliff, and for such other and
further relief as to the Court
shall seem meet and proper.
This summons is served upon
you by publication for a term of
six consecutive weeks, by order
of the Hon. Fred W. Wilson,
Date of first publication No
vember 30, 1922.
Date of last publication Janu
ary 11, 1923.
J. W. Allen,
Attorney for Plaintiffs.
Residence and P. O. Address,
The Dalles, Oregon.