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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 13, 1927)
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When you take in a Shady Brook dance you
know you will enjoy a good time. Special ef
forts will be mde to please you at this time.
Two miles southwest of Tygh Valley, on the Wamic
market road, the following described property to
be sold at public auction: ,
1 Span Bay Geldings, age 6 and 7
Weight 1600 each. .
1 Span Gray Mules, age 12 and 13
weight 1400 each,
1 Brown Mule, age 10, weight 1050.
1 Graw Gelding, age 12, weight 1200.
1 Brown Gelding, age 12, weight 1400
1 Bay Gelding, age 12, weight 1400.
2 Milk Cows. 1 Brood Sow
One model W Cletrac Tractor.
1 Three Bottom 14-inch Moline
Tractor Gang Plow.
1 Two Bottom John Deere Sulky
1 16-inch Oliver No. 50 Plow.
1 New John Deere 3-section Harrow.
2 Three section Harrows. r
1 7-foot Disc Harrow. J ."'
2 Kimble Weeders 1 Corn Planter
1 Garden Cultivator.
1 12 Hoe Kentucky Drill with Grass
1 2 Bain Spring Wagon.
1 3-inch Bain Wagon with rack.
1 3 '4 Studebaker Wagon with rack.
1 Iron Wheeled Wagon
1 Header Box k 1 Fanning Mill.
1 Cream Separator.
Set Heavy Harness (new)
Sets of farm Harness.
23x36 Altman-Taylor Separtor
with drive belt. '
1 Case 15-27 Tractor. v
1 14-foot McCormick Header.
1 7-foot Adriance.Binder.
Some household goods, small tools
and , other articles too numerous to
TERMS OP SALE: All sums under $10,00, cash. On sums over $10.00 bank
able notes drawing 8 interest due October 1, 1928, will be accepted.
5 ALE STARTS AT lOsOO A. M.
FREE LUNCH AT NOON BRIW, CUPS
F. D. Tillotson, Owner. F. C. Butler, Auctioneer
F. D. Stuart, Clerk.
Doings at Pine Grove If
Last week the Abbott shep herd
art discovered one ot their dogs was
suffering with the rabies. The ani
mal waa promptly killed to prevent
it biting people or other animals.
Linn 1 Son purchased hay sold at
the Driver sale last. Saturday. They
expect to run cattle on the Geo.
Burnslde place at Pine Grove In
connection with their wood business
until they can gt started in the
mill busness, again. , , ...
. Chines pheasant art more plen
tiful around Wapinitia and Pine
Grove, than formerly. Quite a tew
good bags were reported on open
daya recently, , , .,
, Ed. Mathews has employed Ed.
Davis, John Sinclair , and others to
get, in his third cutting of alfalfa.
i Ted Kndersby and A.. J. Hammer
are employed by Juluius Shepflin
on the Sanford-Boyer ranch.
, Leonard Weberg U hauling wood
from- Pine Grove to Maupin.
George Claymier ia hauling wood
this week. , ,, v
Ensfineex Carrkher'a auto towed
Lou McCoy's car into Maupin on
Monday. Lou has been, putting the
old Lixxie through her paces in wood
hauling lately,: ! v. t
.The Ault constuction and logging
camp is in full progress this week.
The wood, both pin and fir, 1 in
charge of N. G. Hedln, who is acting
as salesman for tha wood cutters.
The .Anderson Logging company
outfit is on the job with both men
and teams. Trucks will be employ
ed to move the -veneer logs, which
cut 60 inches to. length, to
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The Dalles, Oregon.
pearance of a rabid collie dog,
owned by Walter, Sharp. The eym
toms ot rabies were shown by fits,
which increased in violence at cloMor
interval The dog ran the ToJn
Gerrity family into the camp house
and threatened the children. It
then ran into the Sharp home and
nearly bit Mr. Sharp. Walter forced
the dog thru the house with a chair
as a weapon and thot he had the
animal safely confined in the wood
shed. The dog escaped. He bit a cat
and the young son of Darrel Sharp,
inserting his teeth in the boy's arm.'
J. S. Brown and N. G. Hedm ap
peared from the letter's home, armed
with a pump gun and promptly put
a quietus on the dog's activities. Mr.
Shsrp rushed his son to medical
treatment. , , .-. , . ; '.,'.
Maupin and from there they, will
be takn to the , Vancouver veneer
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Messrs.' Sergeant and Loyna ex
pect their families soon. The former
expects to send) his children to the
Pin Grove school. This will bring
the total of that school to SO. Miss
Overman will thus be swamped and
It la figured that an assistant will
have to be emplyed. ,
The John Conroy, sheep, ...which
have been ranging, about the Mt,
Hood Loop, are in a bad way to be
come scattered. Joohn retumd to
higher levels as soon as the warm
days appeared but when the sudden
cold, stormy weather set in the sheep
scattered ,.. considerably. , After a
roundup Conroy's flocks are about
260 shy, ' Tom Kinsell found 240 of
them and Art Fargher found eight
of his lost woollies that had stsayed
from the main bunch.' Some wethers
were seen in the vicinity of Bear
creek, owners unknown. The dog
at the camp drove them toward Me
Cubbins Gulch, where most of them
will be feed for coyotes, bobcats,
cougars and bears, as well as lynx
and wolves. Every assistance should
be given the sheep men in gathering
their lost sheep, thus saving them
for the common good.
A ripple of excitement was staged
at Pine Grove Sunday by the ap-
A bit of garlic rubbed arounf the
salad bowl just enough to give a
mere suggestion of flavor makes
an acceptable improvement in flavor
for many people.
Where tie) la Maa Cats Fall
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For Sale300 head of Hay
Creek Yearlig Ramboulette
Bucks. .. 1
These bucks are big boned
and of the smooth type.
Located bit the ranch; two
miles above Tygh Valey.
C. B. DAHL.
THE BANK HOTEL
rhe one plaee ia The Dallas to
Make the rancher and out-of '
tow a fallow feel at home.
Where the best 35 cent
meal is served in
Next The Dalles
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Shoes and Re
Wasco County's Excluuvt
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thoes for th General Repairing
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If it ii not doing its work
bring it to The Times office
and Mr. Semmes will send,
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as Camel you wouldn't hear
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