The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930, September 06, 1928, Image 2

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    The Haupin Times
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C. VV. Stmmet, Editor
C. W. Semmes and E. R. Semmes
Published every Thursday at
Maupin, Oregon
Subscription: One year, $1-50; tix
months, $1.00; three months, 50cts.
Entered as second class mail mat
ter September 8, 1914, at the post
office at Maupin, Oreon, undr the
Aot of MarchS, 1879.
On the first Monday in September
in each year the hosts of labor cele
brate their annual holiday, dedi
cated to those who toil. While prim
arily by organized labor, the festivi
ties are participated in largely by
the general public and business is
usually suspended to a considerable
Labor Day was first recognized by
Congress in 1894, when an act was
passed making it a holiday for the
District of Columbia and . for all
Federal establishments throughout
the United States.
Prior to that time it had been
made a legal holiday in 27 states
and one territory and it is now so
recognized in all the states except
Alabama and Wyoming, and even in
these it is celebrated quite generally.
The day is also observed in Canada.
One of the encouraging signs of
the times is the better relations be
tween capital and labor which have
been developed during the past few
years. These two great forces in
our national life are coming more
and more to realize that the interests
of both are better promoted through
cooperation than through antagon
ism. American labor is the most pro
ductive in the world, as well as the
best paid and best protected. Em
ployers and the public have learned
that prosperity for the workman con
tributes to the prosperity to all.
The high achievements of those
who perform the nation's everyday
tasks are fittingly commemorated on
Labor Day.
A number of Michigan men have
organized what they call a "Hay
Fever association" That state is
known as one where the afflicition
is prevalent and the getting together
of sufferers from hay fever ,is
nothing to be sneezed at
Stores Closed-
Recognizing Labor Day the Mau
pin merchants closed their stores on
that day Monday. The help made
the most of the opportunity offered
and many of them went to the river
Stores Closed Friday
Maupin stores will be closed all
day Friday, that being the day set
apart as Dallej day at the fair. Ic
is expected there will be a complete
exodus of Maupinites on that day
and that the attendance at the fair
will be the greatest in the history
of the association.
School Teachers Arrive
Mr. and Mrs. DeVoe arrived in
Maupin and this week have taken up
their residence in the George Cun
ningham cottage, Mr. DeVoe will
be principal of the High echool while
his wife will be his first assistant.
their belongings into the Kakor
building and hereafter will do their
cooking and sleeping at home.
Directors Met
The directors of the Wasco Coun
ty Fair association met at the fair
grounds Sunday and perfected ar
rangements for the officials to work
at the fair now on at Tygh Valley.
lafant rroVttii
The Richard boys' the tiny a. -re-bats
who will appear in free exhi
bitions at the fair grounds this week
are to be considered among
the best in their line. The boys,
Dickie and Billy Richards, are acro
bats, doing all the familiar flops,
limber back turns, hand stands,
somersaults, and tricks seldom seen
among older professionals. The
little fellows take to their work like
veterans and will prove to be a
drawing card during the fair. They
come from a family of theatrical poses was $47.95.377.
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Salem Addition to be built to
federal post office here.
Salem Oregon statesmen, second
oldest newspaper in Oregon, sells
for $200,000 to Sheldon Sackett
and Earl Brownlee.
Oregon tourist business for June
was 9.8 per cent above June 1927.
Malheur county court leases 10,-
000 acres land to oil exploration
company. v
Burns Local dairyman bring 3
carloads Jersey cows from Boston
Crane sheepmen have shipped 1,
000,000 pounds of wool this year.
Klamath Falls Klamath Timber
Products will build big sash and door
Marshfield Coos Bay Lumber Co.
sells 23.000 acres timber, with 1,
100.000,000 feet cedar and fir.
1 Oregon" 1927 tax levy for all pur-
Ontarlo Chicago capital secures
control and will test 45.000 acres oil
ami sas claims.
Wallowa Bowman-Hicks sawmill
reopens with 40 more employ.
John Day Grant county bank
opens new bank house with 1600,000
I Arlington Work begins on new
tun.stnrv si n rt 111 An finil hllllit.
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people, their father having been on
the boards for many years and
bears a reputation for furnishing
clean, entertaining and snappy acts.
New Daughter
Dr. Elwood was called to the
Frank Blakeney ranch on upper
Bakeoven Monday night to aUemi
the birth of a new baby daughter,
who made her advent in the Wm
Messengale home. The little Mis
is a lusty youngtcr and the doctor
reported that both she and her
mother as doing the best eved.
Burns Corporation formed
build $50,000 Ogden hotel.
C. M. Brinton buy's North Fowder
News and Haines Record. .
Bend Tin mining boom In pro
gress at Bear Butte. Crook coun
ty. Klamath Falls Lakeview high
way will be practically completed
this fall.
Portland Texas Co. has 200
men working on new $1,000,000 oil
The Dallec Libby-McNeM can
nery will handle 1100 tons local
Breakage of milk bottles In the
United States runs into lost of
about $30,000,000 annually, and
studies are being carried on by
dairy specialists of the Department
of Agriculture to find means of re-
Maupin State Bank
Cone to Odell
A. N. Schantz, who has been act
in? engineer at the rock crusher
since it moved to this part of the
highway, has resigned and with his
wife left for Odell, where he has a
situation as head checker in a fruit
packing house. The Schantz's hiv'
made many friends during their sUy
m Maupin, all of whom will regret
their departure.
Gone to Lakes
Lester and Clifford McCorkle left
this morning for an outing and fish
ing trip to the lakes in the southern
territory. They expect tto visit
Paulina, East and Diamond lakes,
trying their skill in each and will
be gone about 10 days.
Mershon In Kentuck
In a letter to The Times Rev. W.
A. Mershon states he is now located
at Reynolds, Kentucky, and desires
the paper sent to him there. Rev.
Mershon lately resigned'a pastorate
near Salem, going from there to In
diana, and from that state to the
state opened to civilization by Daniel
Old Fort Dalles
SEPT. '13-14-15
The American Legion presentation of the play
time side of Pioneer Days.
ducing this breakage, especially in
milk plants.
At one time in Scotland the smok
ing of a pipe was considered an an
tidote for rheumatism.
Klamath Falls Southern Pacific
will build new freight loading plat
form. Klamath Falls Modern ch.vo
factory proposed here.
Mammoth Parade
Fashion Revue
Whisker Contest
Sept, 13
Sept. 11
Sept. 15
Free entertainment nightly. Dancing in Audi
torium Ballroom.
Ayers place at Wamic. $1.00 per
bushel. Bring your own basket.
WOOD FOR SALE Ouk. Pino, Cot
tonwood. Inquire of Ous Bahar,
Shady Brook, Tygh Vulley, Ore
gon. 42-14
riuvic rrugram
Killed rack Horse rc
One of the Fargher pack horses
was killed by someone shooting near '.
Swim yesterday. There has been f
much indiscriminate shooting in that $
neighborhood all' season, at one time j?
being so strong that picking berries ; p
was made impossible through fear ;
of being shot.
Came From Minnesta
The Misses Ethel' and Charlotte
Peter, nieces of Mrs. Joe Kramer, j
arrived from Brainard, Minnesota, i 2
Tuesday and are visiting at the ;g
Kramer home. They accompanied j $
the Kramers to Portland yesterday. i
The visitors will make an extended f
visit in Maupin.
Home From The Mountains
Alvis Martin and wife and the
family of Harrison Young returned i
from a two-weeks' outing on Salmon
river on Sunday. While there the
Partly paid for piano like new.'
Free delivery. Fully guaranteed.
Will accept phonagraph, snxa
phone or other instrument part
payment. Balance your own
terms. Write at once to Geo.
Robinson, piano adjuster, 208
Oak street, Portland, Oregon.
FOR SALE Durock Boar two years
old last June, good grade hog,
weight, 300 lbs. Price $26.00
S. G. Lcdford, Wamic, Oregon
Missouri's Governor Suggests Public
Utility Courses I
folks gathered all the huckleberries Sam A. Baker, governor of Mis
they wanted, caught some trout and sown, in a public address at Jef
enjoyed themselves asvthoroughly as 'ferson City recently, made the fol
though they had gone to a 'circus.
Cyrs Keep House
Kelly Cyr and wife have decided
that keeping house is preferable to
boarding, consequently have moved
Paul Whiteman
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Everything in drugs and
time ji
f owing interesting statement:
"My hobby is education because
I known what it means. I believe
the public school's curriculum
should be so modified as to have a
place in that curriculum for public
utilities. '
"I do not have to call it that, but
teach the children from the
they know anything to respect pub
lie utilities, and to have some
knowledge of them.
"There are still some of our
great educational institutions that
never undertake to teach anything
about public utilities in the univer
sities or colleges.
"We have the School of Journal
ism, we have the school of Engi
neering, we have the School of
Pharmacy, we have the Medical
school, and all these different
kinds of rchools, and so we should
right along side with those activi
ties, teach the benefit of public utili
ties. "The time is coming when the
people will be educated up to tho
necessity for pubic utilities, and
do away with some of thin little
pusillanimous kicks that you get
e-sry once Li a while wUcut inv
caw whatever lor them. 1
Grants Tass C. A. Wlncstout
buys site for ? 10,000 garage;
In the Grandstand, three evenings, each perform
ance beginning at 7:30. The biggest movie program
that has ever been shown at any previous fair. ..All
the movie progfams are guaranteed by the mana
ger, C. M. Plyler.
Admission 25 cents and 50 cents
"Hills of Kentucky"
Starring Rin-Tjn-Tin, the Wonder Dog, a story of
the Famine-Stricken. Hills, when the farmers had
to turn their dogs out to shift for themselves, and
how the dogs packed up, reverted to savagery and
foraged for their food. ..The last to join the pack
being a mere puppybut see the picture and learn all
about the "Wonder Dog, Rin-Tin-Tin.
"&e Golden Snare"
By James Oliver Curwood, a story that sets you
thrlling that vivid adventure of the Royal North
west Mountie who tracked a mad man into the Arc
tic and then couldn't take because pf a woman and a
golden-haired baby.
The mightiest picture in the history of the screen is
is on for this date
Three years in the making; cost $4,000,000, with
150,000 players in the cast. The most tremendous
I success of stage records has been made into the
wonder production of film history. The one pic-
I ture you cannot afford to miss.
FOR SALE 12-foot McCormlck
header, in first class condition.
Price $180.00. Ed. Ikrrting,
Shaniko, Oregon.
FOR SALE New Zealand sheep
Romney buck, five two-year-olds,
three Ramboulctsj two Guernsey
bulls, one yearling, one two-year-old.
Albert Hill, Wamic, Oregon.
Hybrid, about 400 bushels certi
fied. Also one thorobred Ham
shire buck for sale. Call on, write
or phone H. II. Ccsh, Wamic, Ore
gon. 43-t2
Department of The Interior
U. S. Land Office at The Dalles,
Oregon, August 21, 1928. -
Notice is hereby given that
Julia Spalinger
of Shaniko, Oregon, who, on Sep
tember 15, 1025, made homestead
entry act December 20, 1916, No.
024003, for SEK NEK, NEK SEK
Section 8, SK NWK, EVt SWK,
W SEK, Sec, 9, T 6, S. R. 16, and
on March 2, 1927, made additional
homestead entry No. 025321 for SW
K, SWK SEK, Sec. 3, SEK
SEK, Section 9, E NWK, Sec
tion 10, Township 6. S., Range 16,
E., Willamette Meridian, has filed
notice of intention to make final
three year proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, before J
H. C. Rooper, United States Com
mlrsioner, at Antelope, Oregon,
the 9th day of October 1928.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Edwin Wakerlig, of Shaniko, Ore
gon, Peter E. Conroy of Shaniko
Oregon, Andrew Brown of Shaniko,
Oregon and John Joyce of Maupin,
A30-S27 J. W. Donnelly, Reg.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, John Cavln. Trustee in
Bankruptcy Docket No. 11428, pur
suant to the order of Referee In
Bunkruptcy made and entered April
4, 1928, will, on and after the 25th
day of Augut, 1928, at my office
502 First National Bank building.
The Dallei, Oregon, sell at private
sale, for cash, the following personal
1 Farm Wagon
1 Garden Drill
2 Walking Plows .
1 Mellotte Cream Separator
1 3-Polo Stacker
1 Hay Unloadur and Reversible Slip
1 Grindstone
1 Scythe
I Share of Stock In the 'Tygh Val
ley Farmers Telephone Line
and will sell at private tale:
the Southwt.t Quarter of the North
west Quarter (SWK NWK) and
Northwest Quarter Southwest
Quarter (NWK SWK), Section
Twenty-fivo (26) ; tho South Half
of the Northeast Quarter (SH
NEK), Southeast Quarter North,
west Quarter (SE'4 NWU),
Northeast Quarter Southwest
Quarter (NEK SWV.) and
Southeast Quarter (SEK) Section
Twcnty-six (26) ; tho North Half of
the Northeast Quarter, the South
eiiit Quarter of tho Northeast
Quarter (SEK NE'4) and the
Northeast Quarter of the Southeast
Quarter (NEK SEK), Section
Thirty-five (35). containing 660
acres in Township Three (8) South,
Range Thirteen. (13) East of Will
ametto Merdian, located about three
miles cast of Tygh Valluy post of
fice. Said land will be sold for one
fourth rash and the remainder pay
able in long time annual install
ments, with interest at 6 per cent
Bids may be submitted In writing
or personally.
Trustee In Bankruptcy.
Dated August 1, 1928.
Publication date August 9th,
lGth and 23rd.
I. O. O. P.
Lodgn No. 209, Maupin, Oregon
meets every Saturday night in L O.
O. F. hall. Visiting members alwayi
D. L. Rutherford, N. G.
O. F. Renick, See'v.
Wilson Painting Co,
House and Sign
Call, Write or phone, Times Office.
Maupin, Oregon.
Undertaking and
Call Maupin Drug Store
&fe Dalles
Floral Co.
When you desire Flowers for a
party, wedding, funeral or any
other purpose, phone 710, The
Dalles, or leave your order at
The Maupin Times office and
your order will be delivered on
the next mall or stage.