The Maupin Times Published Every Thursday at Maupin, Oregon, , J ess i UNi 15. Morrison, Publisher HOTEL FLINN Fresh Vegetables and Fruits Lettuce Celery Cranberries Special Prices on Package ROLLED OATS, WHEAT CEREALS, PANCAKE FLOUR AND WHEAT HEARTS Harris Cash Store N. W. Flinn, Prop. The Dalles Open Day and Night Rooms 50c to $2.00 Short Orders All Hours Meals, family style 40c inscription: One Year $1.50, Six Months 75cts, Three Months 50c Entered as second class mail matter September 2, 1914, at the post office at Maupin, Oregon, under the Act of March 3, 1879, HARD TIME AT ANTELO Feb, PE Rinkey DinK Club Everybody Wear Your Overalls and Aprons Good Music Hills just don't grow big enough to stop Overland ! With the bigger power of its bigger new engine, Overland gives you a feeling that it would climb to the clouds if roads led up that far. Put this amazing power plant to a test today. J. T. Henry Tire Co. The Dalles f f.0.l7Tof The Crandall Undertaking Co. THE DALLES, RED 351 In order that the people living in the southern part of the county who need funeral supplies may make their own selections, we have placed stocks with F. C. BUTLER E. C. PRATT, MAUPIN WAMIC Smock News Butter Cups on the hillside. J. M. Farlow returned from The Dalles on Tuesday, where he had been taking medical treat ment for the past month. J. R. Woodcock of Wamic is yisiting'the Duncan and Wood cock families this- week. F. T. Feltch made a business trip to Maupin on Tuesday. Lenore Woodcock is ill with measles in Hood River where she i3 attending high school. C- N. Farlow and C. Morris are sawing wood for F. T. Feltch this week. J. . W. Farlow and wire are moving to the Spoor farm where they will make their future home Miss Sharp has been ill but is able to resume her school w,ork. " Wilbur Mulvaney returned from Portland Saturday after a weeks visit. Callie Duncan bought two cows of Albert Hill on Monday. Mrs. George Bargenholt and Mrs. J. M. Farlow made a busi ness trip to Juniper Flat on Tuesday. 'A bior line of magazines at "Maupin Drug Store". Subset tions taken. Times. $1.50 a year. & .-A-sk,. i w a P 1 N 1 TIA Lodge No. 20!), Mjunin, Oregon meets every Saturday night I. 0. O. F. hail. Visiting mem bers alwayn welcome. ' J. C. Pratt, Secretary B. F. Turner. N. G. Wamic News James Chalmers Horse Shoeing and ' 1 General tilacksmithing Plow Share Grinding Maupin, Ore. J Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Norval are well pleased with Pendleton as their future home. Elmer Munier visited his mother in Dufur last week. An explosion of powder or dy namite aroused the people of Dufur last week : from their slumber about midnight. They have not been able to find from where it came, " Lucile Kennedy came home last week from Portland where she is attending school. - J. R. Woodcock gave a card party at his home here recently Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Woodcock were over from Maupin to attend the Woodcock card party. Mrs. Marion Duncan and daughter returned to bmock after a two weeks stay here. Buttercups are blooming here as the result of springlike weath er. ' ' tors. W. E. Woodcock has had another attack of erysipelas. Mrs. Emeline Doynes returned to Walla Walla Wn. Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kennedy went to Port and and Astoria today. John and Willis Farlow and Cal Duncan went to The Dalles Monday. Eves Tested Glasses Fitted Broken Lenses Duplicated DR. PENN C..CRUM Optometrist' Lens grinding shop in connection Hours 9 to 5 Phone Black 3251 or by Room 10 Vogt Bldg appointment The Dalles, Ore Portland Painless Dentist, 305 Second St. The Dalles, Oregon, over Lindquist Rooms 1, 2, 3. Jewelry Store, An assortment 50c Boxes St tionerv 25c -while they last. Maupin Drug Store. It is customary to run the in cubator for several days before the eggs are put in to make sure that it will maintain an even tern neratnre. Manv thousands of r - - eggs are spoiled annually because this-advise is not followed. O A. C. Experiment Station. Motor vehicle application blanks at the Times office for distribution furnished bv th secretary of the state of Oregon, Church Services Sunday School at 10 a. Preaching following at 11 a. Evening service at 7 p. m. are invited to attend. A. D. Sprouse, Pastor Dr. T. DeLarhue EYESIGHT SPECIALIST Glasses Properly Fitted Exclusively. Optical Rooms 17-18 Vogt Block, oyer ' Crosby's Drug store, The Dalles, Ore Phone Black 1111 . BEFORE THE STATE ENGIN EER OF OREGON Deschuts and other Counties IN THE MATTER OF THE DETERMINA TION OF THE RELA TIVE RIGHTS TO THE USE . OF THE i WATERS OF DES-j NOTICE OF PUBLIC TION NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION - DeDartnient ot the Interior U. S. Land Office at The Dallas, Ore gon, Jan. ll, iaz4. .Notice is hereby given tnat Civde B. Marx, 1 of Gateway, Oregon, who on Feb. lo. 1921. made Homestead Mitry, ino 022212, for NEl-4, ne1-4nw1-4, sEl-4, El-2swl-4 section 21, N1-2NE1-4, sEl 4ne1-4.'e1-2nw1-4. Section 28, Township south, Range 14 Jiast Willamette Meridian, has riled notice ot intention to make final three year proof, to establish claim to the land abave de scribed, before F. D. Stuart, United States Commissioner at Maupin, Ore gon, on the 26th day of February 19S4. (J aimant names as witnesses: kod ert Hillyer, Grover Douglas, Jasper Hollenbeck, Samuel Hillyer, all o Gateway, Oregon. , J.MV. Donnelly, uegisier. Obituary Roy Walter Shively, the eldest child of John and Nettie Shively was born near Weston, Umatilla county, Oregon, June 14, lauo; departed this life at Wamic, Ore gon, January 23, 1924, having reached the age of 18 vears, 7 months and 9-days. He lived in Marion county until 8 years old. His parents then moved to Griz- zley, Jefferson county, where they , lived for 4 years. Since 1919 the family have made their home in Wamic. Last year he attened Tygh Valley high school and was in Shaniko high school the first part of this school year. Recently he had been employed in the logging camp near his old home in Jefferson county. While at home for a visit he was taken sick January 13th; after ten days this illness proved fatal. Besides his parents he is sur vived by two brothers andthrree sisters: Thomas age 16, Mabel 15 Laura 13, Everett 8, and El vena 6. He was a young man of excellent moral and temperase habits and hiarhlv esteemed by all who knew him Funeral services were held at Wamic cemetery Thursday after noon, Rev. J. I. Parker, officiat ing. CHUTES RIVER and) ITS TRIBUTARIES, A TRIBUTARY OF I COLUMBIA RIVER, j TO Each and Every Claimant to the use of Water from Deschutes River or any tributary thereof: IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON: You are hereby notified that all state ments and proofs of claim and other evidence heretofore sub mitted by the various claimants to the use of the waters of De schutes River and its tributaries WILL' BE OPEN TO PUBLIC INSPECTION as follows; On Monday, Tuesday and Wed nesdav. the 25th. 26th and 27th davs of February. 1924, in the Circuit Court Room of the Coun ty Court House at Bend, Oregon On Thursday, the 28th day of February, 1924, in the Circuit Court Room of the County Court House at Madras, Oregon. On Friday, the 29th day of Feb ruary, 1924, at the .Bank in Maupin, Oregon. And for a period of 80 days be ginning with Monday, the 6ra day of 'March, 1924, and ending with Tuesday, the 1st day oi April, 1924, at the office of the State Engineer in the Capitol Building, Salem, Oregon. AND YOU 'ARE HEREBY FURTHER NOTIFIED that the final decrees entered in the mat ters of the determination of the relative rights to the use of the waters of White River, Trout Creek, Crooked River, Squaw Creek. Tumalo Creek, and raul ina Lake & Creek, hxing and de termining the relative rights to the use of the waters of ) said streams, as between the parties thereto, will also be open to puo- c inspection at the times and olaces above designated. , (This notice is given in accordance with the provisions of Section 5752 Oregon Laws, as amended by Chapter 283, Laws of Oregon for 1923, under which law oppor tunity is given for contests by claimants on such tributary streams sgainst parties who have filed cteims in this present pro ceeding, or vice versa; the pur pose being to make all users of the waters of Deschutes River and its tributaries parties to this proceeding, so that after final determination in this proceeding the water, rights on the entire river may be administered as one stream system.) Said evidence and claims will be keDt oDen to insnection at said times and places from 9 A. M. to 12 M. and from 1:80 P. M. to 4 P. M. of each of said days (Sundays and holidays excepted) All parties claiming water rights from Deschutes river or any tributary thereof should ap pear at one of the times and places above named and examine the claims and other evidence of water rights to the use of the waters of said streams. AND YOU ARE HEREBY FURTHER NOTIFED that the determination of the State En gineer in this matter will be heard by the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for Deschutes County. WITNESS MY HAND this 5th day of February, 1924, at Salem, Oregon, Rhea Luper, State Engineer. NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION Department of the Interior U. S. Land OHice at The-Dalles, Ore gon, Jan. 22, 1924. Notice is hereby given that Henry W. Richardson of Maupin, Oregon,! who on Nov. 11 1920, made Homestead Ifintcv No. 020493 for sl-'2swl-4 sec. 15, e1-2ne1-4, section 21, NEl-4, Nl-2Nwl-4, Nl-2sl-2, Section 22, Nw1-4nw1-4, sec. 23 Tp. li nth, Range 14 east, Willamette Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final proof, to establish claim lo the land above described, before F. D. Stuart, U. S. Commissioner at Maupin, Oregon on the 4th day oi March, 1921. Claimant names as witnesses: W. L. Fischer, W. E. Hunt, A. E. Troutman, L. B. DeCamp. all of Maupin, Oregon. J. W. Donnelly, Register NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior I U. S. Land Oltice at The Dalles, Or egon, Jan. 11. 1924.. Notice is hereby given that Margaret Betsworth of Criterion, Oregon, who on November 18th. 1920, made Homestead Entry No. 0172D3 for-the E1-2SE1-4, se1-4ne1-4, Section 29, se1-4nw1-4, N1-2NE1-4, section 32, Township 5 south, Range 15 east, Willamette Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Register and Receiv er, United States Land Office at The Dalles Oregon, on the 25th day of Feb ruary, 1924. Claimant names as witnesses: Frank Sinclair, Carl l uus, Bertram Knight, Orval Betsworth, all of Criterion, Or,e- J. W. Donnelly, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior U. S. Land Office at The Dalles, Ore gon, December 2b, 1923. . ' Notice is hereby given that George F. McLeod, of Maupin, Oregon, who on Feb. 23, 1921, made Homestead Entry No. 016921, for Lots 2, 3. 4, se1-4sw1-4. Sec. 19, T 5 s, R. 15 E E1-2E1-2, Sec. 24 Township 5 south, Range' 14 east, Willamette Meridian, has hied notice of intention to make three year proof to establish claim to the land above described, before F. I). Stuart. United states Commissioner at Maupin, Ore gon, on the 14th day of February, 1924 Claimant names as witnesses: C. E. Hornquest, of Maupin. Oregon, H. F. Sinclair, of Criterion, Oregon, Chester Crabtree, of Maupin, Oregon, S. A. McLeod, of Maupin, Oregon. . J. W. Donnelly, Register NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior U. s. Land Office at The Dalles, Ore gon, Jan. 22, 1924. Notice is hereby given that , Frank Lamborn of Maupin Oregon, who on March 1, 1921, made Homestead Entry No. 022237 and on Oct. 14, 1922 made addi tional H. E. No. 022771 for f 1-2SE1-4, Sec. 6, NEl-4, nw1-4se1-4, section 7, 8W1-4NW1-4, Sec. 8, N1-2SW1-4, sEl-4swl-4, w1-2se1-4. se1-4se1-4 section . SWl-4swl-4, section 10, NE1-4SE1-4, section 18, Tp. 6 south, Range 14 east, Willamette Meridian, has tiled notice of intention to make three year proof, to establish claim to the land abova described, before F. O. Stuart, United states Commissioner, at Maupin, Ore gon, on the 4th day of March, 1924. Claimant names as witnesses: ti. u. Hollis, A- E- Troutman, Henry jlich- ardson, W. J. Harris, all of Maupin, Oregon. J. W. Donnelly, Register. (1756) The Dalles, List 350, Ser ial No. 023399. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION U. S. Land Office at The Dalles, Ore gon, Januaty, 30, 1924. Nqtice is hereby given that, the Northern Pacific Railway Company whose post office address is St. Paul, Minnesota, has this 30th day of Janu- ' ary, 1924, filed in this office its appli cation to select under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved, July 1, 1898. 30 Stat. 597, 620." The El-2 of NEl-4, ne1-4 of se1-4, Sec tion 10, and the NW1-4NW1-4 Sec, 11, sll in Township 5 South, of Range 14 East, Willamette Meridian. Any and all persons claiming ad versely the lanna described, or desiring to object because ot the Mineral cnar-, acter of the land, or any other reason, to the disposal to applicant, should file their affidavits of protest in this office on or before the loth day of March, 1924. J. W. Donnelly, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior U. S. Land Office at The Dalles, Ore gon, Jan. 22, 1824. Notice is hereby eiven that Hurstel D. Hollis,; of Msiinin. Oreu-on. who on Mar. 20, 1920, made Homestead Entry No. 019563 for s1-2nw1-4, NEl-4swl-4, si-,:si-a section 17, se1-4ne1-4, Section 18, TownshiD 6 south Range 14 east, Wil- InmpttP Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before F. D. Stuart, United Mntpa Commissioner, at Maupin, Qre- nn th itK Hav. ot Marcn. isa. Claimant names as witnesses: tranK i .l... w r. Richardson. Lauenlin Henrv Richardson all of Maupin, Oregon. J. W. Donnolly, Register. gon, IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR WASCO COUNTY. In the matter of I tlfe estate of j Notice to E. J. Fischer. ) Creditors Ueceased ) Notice is hereby given that the under signed has been duly appointed admin istrator of the estate of E. J. Fischer, deceased, by virtue of an order of the County Court, duly made the 17th day of January 1924, and all persons hav ing claims against said estate are hereby notified to present the same, with the proper vouchers attached, to the undersigned, at the office of Paul W. Childers, 409-411 First National Bank Building. The Dalles, Oregon, within six months from the date of this notice. Dated this 17th day of January, 1924. William Fischer. Administrator of the estate of E. J. Fischer, deceased. Paul W. Childers. Attorney for Administrator.