fcage Two THE MAUMN TIMES Thursday .April 21, 19i Ti lines C. W. r-ssir.. Editor CTW. Scmmva and J. R. Stmmn Publish vn Thursday at Mcnptn, Oregon Bboript1on: Ous year, $1.50; six months, $1.00; three months, 60 eta. Entered as second class mail mat r September 8. 1914. at the post v'fice at Maupin. Oregon, under the it of Man 8. 1879. The attempt of the student council of the state university to "gag" the editorial policy of the editor of The Emerald, student daily paper, is like shaking a red flag in the face of an ungry bull. Not only is the idea combatted by the freshman class, but various papers of the state have taken up the cudgel in support of a free and untranimeled press. Because Editor Abramamson saw fit to critizc certain acts of students paralleling hazing, the student coun cil seeks, by ballot, to have the edi-, tor submit plans for future cam paigns against obnoxious practices to the members of the body commit tee before launching them. That's rifht. Gag the press; make editors see things as you want them to be seen; do not allow them to think for themselves, but demand they follow your dictates, then see rn wii to) s The m&iDh MAUPIN'S LEADING M ft feral I I MIJLLIMG COMFY manufacturer of the Famous -o Perfection Hard Wheat FLOUR ' Cereals, Pancake r lour, Mill Stuffs, Barley, Etc. We also have CRACKED CORN, SCRATCH FEED, EGG MASH, OYSTER SHELL FOR CHICKENS We also make Woodcock Caliaway.s Funeral Chapel Funerkl Director and Embalmer LADY ASSISTANT Union at Third Phone AUTOMOBILE AND GENERAL MACHINE WORK Cylindt? Grinding, Truing Crankshafts, Making ,Vr;,tons and Rings, Bearings All sizes Made to Order SHEET METAL WORKERS Ucranfeta Line of Parts for All Makes of Cars ELK4TTP?rj and OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING E4D GX (CALLOWAY M - vow how long the papers would last and i ju:t how much influence they would have with the general public. Use I the gng. Hut before putting it into full, use on the editors, phice a big I one on those who would hamper free thought und free voice. The bringnjr homo of the rifling of the Maupin postofflce to a young boy need not necessarily reflect on the parents. Some children have n perverted idea of the property of others, and they follow that Idea without giving heed to the teachings of their 'parents against wrong do ing. . We auggest as a preventive of other like acts the laying of the youngster across the fatherly knee and makng application of a good dose of strap oil whcre.it will do most good. If Orcgonians would only stop and cmisiderMhe real good Governor Pr.ttorson's income tax measures would benefit the state, and at the same time reduce other taxes, there would be no doubt of its success at the special election to be held on June 28. Read it over, then, decide you want it. ' ' Thanki For The Picture. The Times man was presented with a fine photograph of this city, taken by Prof. Broughton from a vantage point on the reservoir bluff. The picture shows the whole town, surrounding hills and part of the river as well as a long stretch of tho highway. It' is superbly finished and mounted on a 7x11 board. Thanks Mw Broughton. inai : kft Mm OrBmm Spring1 Wheat Flour 289W . The Dalles The Dalles, Oregon Phone 383-J Cam After Rainbowi. ; Carl Goehlcr, John Younif and Lloyd Wisner, three of tho store ; force of the Uoehorty-Powers com pany of Thy Dalle;', came over Sun day morning after a mess of Rain bows, The Times man accompanied them to Buck Hollow, which by the way, is some hollow, but none of the party were successful In coaxing' a trout to take a hook. Their luck was on a par with that of many other fishermen, for Sunday teemed to be a day set apart by the trout as a holiday, and were not disposed to be taken from their habitat. Mr. Turner III. Mrs. B. F. Turner has been com pelled to lay aside her duties as chef at the Rainbow restaurant and re main At home, all because of an at tack of rheumatism. Mrs. Strong of, Wnpinitia is substitute for Mrs. Turner, and she will have charge of the restaurant kitchen until the regu lar cook is ablcto return. Large Greenback Congaignment. Well equipped with greenbacks one of the most numerous and novel "parties of travelers" ever to visit sunny California arrived last, week, according to P. J. McGfnth, of the I Southern Pacific mail and express department I The party consisted of 20,000 bull frogs enroute from Louisville. Ken tucky, to Yokohama, Japan, where they are to stock a frog farm. The company's fast train, the Argonaut, ' carried the frogs to Los Angeles I whence they set sail for the Orient. The visitors occupied 200 specially designed cases. Optician Coming. Dr. Clarke of the Clarke Optical Co., 304 Salmon Street, Portland, Oregon, Eye Sight Specialist, will be in Maupin all day and evening Sat urday, April 30th, at the Home Ho tel. See him about your eyes. Snow on Plains. The weather took a decided turn for colder Monday evening and snow fell on Wapinitia Pluins, it first be ing seen at the Kelly church and con tinued fr6m there to the timber line. Snow fell at Wamic, there being fully two inches on the ground Tues day morning. Hail fell in Maupin j Tuesday a. m.; but not sufficient to ! cover the ground. Stray Horse to Be Sold The horse which came onto my premises, and which was advertised according tq law, will be sold on Monday, May 2, 1927, unless owner comes after it, pays for its keep, ad vertising charges and all pother ex penses connected with the stray ani mal. Dated this 21st day of April, 1927. C. B. DAHL. Spalding's base ball goods. Spe cial prices to schools and ba3c ball clubs. Maupin Drug Store. Oxo ooooooooooooooooo xO o ELEVEN YEARS AGO o Oxo ooooooooooooooooo xO vWhilo searching for efrgs in a hay loft last Friday, Mrs. J. L. lllings worth fi-11 into a narrow fjod chute, bring rendered unconscious. Her little nephew saw her fall and ran screaming to the field where Mr. Illingsworth and John were working, and summoned them to assistant. The lady had fallen on her head and if help had not arrived when it did, she surely would have died. o- F. 0. Stall, Wapinitia rancher, Announcement Extraordinary 1 Madam Mitzenauer World-Famous Contralto of the Metropolitan Opera Company ONE NIGHT ONLY Civic Auditorium, &fye Dalles. vSat. April Under the Auspices of the Monday Musical Cluk GEORGE VAUSE Accompanist and Piano Soloist A most unusual opportunity to'hear one of the fin est singers in the world an opportunity such as you will probably never have again. PRICES: .:. $1.50, $1.00, 50c. ..No Tax t Seat sale starts Saturday, April 23 at Service Drjug Store, The Dalles. ditd at The Dalles hospital last Tuos-' day. He was a victim of Bright' disease and was 38 years old. Tho funeral wai held at tho Kelly church, the Muupiu I. O. O. 1', lodge having charge of tho services. Interment w.is in.-.de in the Kelly cemetery. , o One night last week an intruder vir.itcd tho chicken coop of Mrs. N. W. Flinn at Wapinitia and killed an old hen and 10 little chicks. Tim I next day Mr. Flinn set several traps and the following morning found a big owl in one of-them. The bird measured four feet 10 Inches, from tip to tip of its wings. Maupin defeated Gateway at base ball on Sunday by a score of 0-8. It took 10 innings to turn tho trick. Gateway scored five in the fifth, ow ing to an error on the part of a Mau pin player. That put thorn in the lead, but Maupin crept up and at the end of the ninth the score was 5 all. Maupin made one in the tenth while Gateway was shut out of their half. Dee Wright waa down from Wap initia Wednesday. He recently came down from the mountains and re ports snow there as being from four to eight feet in depth. Miss Phyllis Fischer and Wallace Kellogg have been elected to have charge of the Maupin school next year. Tuesday's wind blew down about 20 feet of studding at the new Shot tuck building and necessitated the workmen laying off the rest of the day. ' Coming to The Dalles Dr. Mellenthin SPECIALIST in Internal Medicine for the patt fifteen year Docs Not Operate will be at DALLES HOTEL THURSDAY, MAY 12 Office Hour: 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. No Charge for Contultation Dr. Mellenthin is a regular gradu ate in medicineand surgery and is licensed by the state of Oregon. He does not operate for chronic ap- Ipendicitis, gall stones, ulcers of the stomach, tonsils or adcnolde. He has to his credit wonderful results in diseases of the stomach, liver, bowels, blood and skin dia liver, bowels, nerves, heart, kidney, bladder, bed wetting, catarrh, weak lungs, rheumatism, sciatica; leg ul cers and rectal tilments. Below arc the names of a few of his many satisfied patients in Ore gon : B. G. Clark, Troutlake, Wash. J. A. Wilbert, Albany. Mrs. Yaquina McClay, Reedsport. Elmer Booker, Condon. Mra 0. Garrison, Warren. Mrs. L. D. Beam, St. Johns. Mrs. Eliz Yoller, Astoria. Mrs. R. Gustavision, Westport. Mrs. W. B. Henslee, Marshfield. Remember the above date, that consultation on this trip will be free and that his treament is different. Married woman must' be accom panied by their husbands. Address: 211 Bradbury Bldg., Los. Angles, California. 30 IE7 attention There are limes in most peo ple's affairs when they need unexpected and immediate assistance from their bank. We have won a reputation for the efficient and prompt handling of emregency fi nancial problems. That is one reason why we have so many Satisfied customers, and why they tell all their v friends bout onr services. You will find that you can use this service profitably. Maupin State Bank (INCORPORATED) Service With a Smile Now that Fishing Season is here we are able to ac commodate all campers and fishermen with such articles they may need in the lines of CANDIES, TOBACCOS, LUNCH GOODS, COLD DRINKS, FRUITS, ETC. OREGOLD ICE CREAM PASTRIES Mrs. L. Fischer CASH STORE Just Across the Bridge Maupin, Oregon CLASSIFIED LOCALS PIANO FOR SALE In Maupin vi- cinlty. High grade, a bargain. Pay r $10 monthly. For particulars Iress Western Piano Brokerage , 121 South Madison St., Spo- ic 22-t2 add Co kane i notice of intention to make final PIANO FOR SALE $137 Regular I three year proof to establish claim $500 value, used of course, but in't" the land above described, before fine condition. Terms $1UH) per il C- "P'. United States Commis , T 1 . i iinner, at Antelope, Oregon, on tho month. Iree delivery to Maupin o.,U) ,ay of May, 1927. district. $119 and $1C5 buys oth- Claimant names as witnesses: cr fine used pianos during the bi piano sale at Western Piano Brok erage Co., opposite the posloffice, The Dalles. Quick action is neces sary if you want a piano bargain. Write for lists and prices. 20 t2 WDFORSALE 1 00" cords "of body pine wood, cut the past win ter, for sale at $5.00 pjcr cord on the ground. Inquire of U. S, Endersby, Maupin, Route A. 19-tl 10R SALE Standard make of piano in vicinity will be sacrificed. Must sell at once. $10 monthly. .Write Tallman Piuno Store, Salem 1 Oregon. 10-t3 PIGS FOR SALE 14 pigs, averag ing 60 to CO pounds in weight for sale. Also three young sows; will pig soon. Apply to Ed Mathews, on the Burnside place, Pino Grove, Oregon. 19-U WANTED To hear from owner of land for sale. D. M. Leight, Al zada, Montana. 1 0-t 4 RHODE ISLAND RED HATC IIING . Eggs for sale. 15 for 75 cents. Inquire of Mrs. N. G. Hedin, at Wapinitia. 22-tf SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR WAS CO COUNTY: Amelia Messenger, plaintiff, Vi. Lewis P. Messenger, defendant. To Lewis P. Messenger, defen dent: In the name of the state of Ore con: You are required to appear and answer the complaint filed against you in the above entitled cause on or before Bix weeks from tho date of first publication of this summons, and if you fail for want thereof, the plaintiff will take judgement against you for divorce, and for the plam J tiff's costs and disbursements and for such other relief as to the court shall seem equitable. This summons is served upon you pursuant to an order made by tha Judjfe of the above entitled court on the 6th di(y of March, 1927, which order requires you to appear and an swer tho complaint within six week from the date of tho first publcation of this summons, Date of first publication, March 10. 1927. Frank G. Dick, Attorney for the plaintiff. M-10-A-21 NOTICEFORPUBLICATION Department of The Interior U. S. Land Office at The Dolles, Oregon, April. C, 11)27. Notice is hereby given that Armin J. Schmidt of Shaniko, Oregon, who, on Feb. 20, 1921 made 11. E. under Act Dec. 2ii. 1D10, No. 023,164. for' Lot 1, Section 3, Township 7-S Range 15-E., Willamette Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to mnko final three yeur proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before H. C. Hooper, United States Commis sioner, at 'Antelope, Oregon, on the 2Mh day of May, 1927. Claimant names as witnesses: Edmond Ilerrling, Maupin, Oregon, Otto A. Schmidt, Andrew J. Brown, Charles F. Wagonblost, of Shaniko, Oregon. ali-ml2 J. W. Donnolly, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of The Interior U. S. Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon, April, 6, 1927. Notice Is hereby given that Sellah E. Rooper, formerly Sellah E. Foster, of Ante lope, Oregon, who, on Oct 14, 1922, made Homestead Entry under Act c N j2 1 sE'i , Sec. 2V Kl-E,' Willamette 11, 111 1(5, No. 022,589, for EH NWVt NW4, SVi SB 14 SWli, SV4 ownshiu 7-S.. Range 10-E, Willamette Meridian, has filed I... Ilonfoy Rooper, Edna F. Ilolton, Waller 1. Walker, John A. Silver ioolh, all of Antelope, Oregon, nl 4-m 1 2 J.W. Donnolly, Register. " NOTICE" FOR PUBLICATION 7 Drpartment of The Interior U. S. Land Office at The Dalles, Oregon, April, 6, 1927. . Notice is hereby given that Ernct C. Schmidt, of Shaniko, 'Oregon, who, on June 12, 1922, made Homestead Entry under Act Feb. 19, 1909, No. 022,924, for SEV4 SE',4, Sec. 33, SVt SW,i, Sec. 34, T. 6 S., R. 15 E., Lots 1, 3, S NE'4, SE',4 NW'A Sec. 4, T. 7 S.t R 15 E., W. M., and on April 10, 1925, made additional II. E. 023,400 under Act Dec. 29, 1916, for SV4 NE'4, .SEV4 SW'4, Sec. 33, SMi NWU, Sec. 34. T. 0 S., R. 15 E., and S,i NW'4, Sec. 13, SEU NEtt, See. 14, T. 7 S., R. 15 E., W. Meri dian, has filed notice of intention to make final three year proof to estab lish claim to the land above described before II. C. Rooper, United States Commissioner, at Antelope, Oregon, on the 25th day of May, 1927. Claimant names bh witnesses: Edmond' Ilerrling, Maupin, Oregon, Otto A. Schmidt, Andrew J. Brown, Charles F. Wagonblast, of Shaniko, Oregon. a!4-ml2 J.JVDonnolly, Register. Hood Tires ARE GOOD TIRES The Largest Stock of Tires la Town IMchmonds' Serv. Station THE BANK HOTEL The one place in The Dalles to make the rancher and out-of town fellow feel at home. Read Tlie Timet for the tym.