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The Maupin Times
' C W. Semmei, Editor
C W Semmea and E. R. Semitic
Published every Thursday at '
Subscription: One year, $1.50; tix
months, $1.00; three months, BOcta.
, Entered as second class mail mat
ter September ' 8, 1914, at the post
of fica at Maupin, Oreon, undr the
Act of March8, 1879.
Some people say they will not
vote for Hoover because he "took
our sugar away from us during the
war." If the use of sugar had not
been curtailed at that time those
same people might not now be in a
position to have any at the present
time, for it was by curtailing edibles
at home that enabled our soldier
boys to win the war, for their sto
machs were kept filled by our
light sacrificing of food stuffs. '
Senator Borah and his secretary
were recently robbed of $700.00
while sleeping in a Lincoln, Nebras
ka hotel last Saturday night No
Bryan democrat would stoop so low
as to rob a United States senator,
to the guilty party might have been
' a Tammany Dem. whose party is
trying to steul the country.
, John M. pipes, Portlander regis
tered as a republican, speaks for
Smith and Robertson in that city
tonight John has figrurcd in tome
rather lurid, law suits in the past
and his present attitude suggests
. that he may again be indulging in a
''Pipe dream." .
Some people say that if Smith is
' fVctcl 'wo all may enjoy our beer.
Judging by the amount of prepared
malt sold by grocery stores at this
time but every few people are being
deprived of that nectar favored by
the German Bacchus.
Pine Grove News
A charivari, dance and social was
?iven at the O. S. Walters home
la.-t Saturday evening in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar (Bug) Walters,
newlyweds. Too big a crowd of
friends attended the dance for com
fort, but a good time was had by
all the neighborhood friends. Oscar
and Vesta will live in the John Ward
11 1 I I I I f II II I I I If '. HIS,
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at which time one of the best times of the fall j
season is promised. Music by the popular
which is of itself a guarantee that all who are !
present will have the time of their lives, i
The floor has been smoothed and thoroughly!
waxed, making it the best in the county. The
orchestra will dispense new dance music, thus
making the occasion most pleasant. Come out
house after some repairs are made.
Frank Richardson came out over
tha week end to visit with his
father, Ben F. Richardson.
Mrs. Henry Peterson has gone to
Maupin, where she will make her
home with George McDonald and
wife, intending to remain all win
ters.' Julius Shapflin will hold an auc
tion sale at the old Sam Brown
ranch on Saturday,' October 13. N.
G. Hedin will act as auctioneer and
the MaupinState bank as secretary
treasurer and clerk of the sale,
f he Shepf lins expect to acquire a
home in Maupin later on. Julius
will log for the McFarlane mill until
snow stops operations. ,
Linn & Sons' mill has taken an ad
ditional attractive contract from
the Maupin bridge contractor. The
Linns have furnished a majority of
che lumber for the false work of
the bridge and scaffolding to date.
J. S. Brown has found a new mar
ket for his alfalfa hay at Sandy.
Trucks heretofore going west empty
are now loaded with hay; thus the
business ability of Sain is again
shown. " Sandy buyers are quick to
note the food value of eastem
Oregon grown hay.
Ben F. Retherford, father; Earl ;
Retherford, brother; and Velma
Hillard, friend of Blanche Rether
ford Hedin, visited with her at Mau
pin and Pine Grove last week.
Robert Ensign Ellinwood and
family are viators at Pine Grove
this week. ' 'Mrs. Ellinwood is as
sisting N. G. Hedin in financing
work pertaining to the dam at Clear
John Sinclair, who has been sick
for some time, is again at work with
the Joe A. Graham forest outfit .
' J. Mclntire and wife of Pine
Grove, left for Goldendale, Wash
ington, last week. He was a mill
carpenter on the new McFarlane
John McFarlane and family have
the old Frank Houston place from
' Lester McCorkle has purchased
purchased the old Frank Houston
place from the government
Wm. Forman recently obtained
seed wheat from Ishom West and
Julius Shepf lin.
Georgia Ward is the new teacher
at the Victor school.
Walter Sharp is cutting oak wood
for Maupin merchants.
Sam Wall is running a school bus
Ike maupin times
to transport pupils from the out
lying sections to and from the Wap
Many bands of sheep are passing
through here, bound for home feed
J. P. Abbott recently lost
cheep at Dinger lake After
days search they recovered
head a lucky piece of wark.
Trappers have caught three bears
on the hills south of Fred Laughlin't
during the past few weeks.
The duck season opened with a
"pop" and "flap" along the upper
Wm. Hickey and Wm. Faubian
returned from the Blue mountains
with venison the first of the week.
N. G. Hedin returned from Port
land Saturday, he having spent a
couple of weeks there on business.
A slight rain settled tlie jold dust
"Buck" Harpham Injured
We have learned that "Buck"
Harpham is lying in a hospital at
his home town, Los Angels, Cali
fornia, suffering with a brokea
bone in his back.
He slipped on a wet floor while
serving a customer in a restaurant
where he was at work, sustaining
the injury. He is lying in a plaster
cast and shows but little improve
ment. CLASSIFIED LOCALS
FOR SALE A No. 6 Melotte cream
separtor, $50.00; Vaughan wood
saw, $50.00; set of heavy harneoP,
cheap; one light harness, also
cheap.. Mrs. Anna Brad way,
Smock Prairie. 45-tf
FOR SALE 1 Wood and c7ml
range, Marshall Wells, 1 Wood
burning heating stove, 3 Buff
window shade:, fringed, width.
3C inches, length, 7 feet. Mrs
F. D. Stuart, Maupin.
FOR SALE 180 bushels of 12S
hybrid wheat at Hunts Ferry
FOR SALE 12-foot McCormick
header, in first class condition.
Price $160.00. Ed. Herrling
FOR SALE New Zealand sheep
Romney buck, five two-year-olds,
three Ramboulets; two Guernsey
bulls, one yearling, one two-year-old.
Albert Hill, Wamic, Oregqn.
Recovered Front Illneti
Miss Alice Davis, who is attending
school in Maupin from Wapinitia,
has been ill at her rooms here. Her
mother spent a few days with her
and she has so fur recovered as to
bo able to again take up her studios.
Will Elect Officer.
The regular election of officers
for the Maupin Community dub will
come before the meeting to be held
on Thursday, October 11. All mem
bers are requested to be preccnt, as
there is much business if Importance
to come before the meeting, aside
from the election of officers.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
la the matt.r of the itte of Rota
Ii Duhey, Deceased,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
, John Gavin
administrator of estate., of.. Rosalie
Bushey, deceased, has filed In tlu
County Court of Wasco County,
State of Oregon, his final account
as such admini, trator and that Mon
day, the 29th day of October, 1928,
at the hour of ten o'clock a. m., has
been fixed by said court as the timo
for hearing of objections to said re
port and the settlement thereof..
John Cuvin, Administrator.
NOTICE .. FOR .. PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior
U. S. Ind Office at The Dalles,
Oregon, September 18, 1928.
Notice Is hereby given that
A. Vernon Ranidell
of Antelope, Oregon, who, ono Sept.
21, 1923, made Homestead Entry
under Act Dec. 29, 1916, No. 022912
for E'j NF.'A, NEVi SWVi, Sec
8, Si NEVi, N'.i SEVi, Sec. 14,
SWU NW14,. Sec. 20, Township
7 South, Range 17 East, Willamette
Meridian, ha.. filed notice of inten
tion to make final three year proof,
to establish claim to the land above
described, before H. C. Roopcr,
United States Commissioner, at An
telope, Oregon, on the 8th day of
Claimant names as witnesses:
Omar II. Borthwiek, Charles E. Her
man, Louis E. Ransdell, James Bax
ter all of Antelope, Oregon.
S20-O18 J. W. Donnelly,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department Of The Interior
U. S. Land Office at The Dalles,
Oregon, Sept. 18, 1928.
Notice is hcroby given that
Chariot A. Arnett
of Wapinitia, Oregon, who, on Octo
ber 30, 1D23, made homestead en
try, act December 29, 191(1, No.
023350, for St4 SW, Sec. 4, EH,
Sec. 5, NW4, NW SW'a, Sec.
3, NEVi SEU, Sec. 8, Township
MD'.idian, ha3 filed notice of Inten
tion to make Tihal threo year proof,
to establish ch.iu to the land aecve
described, before F. D. Stuart,
United States Commissioner, at Mau
pin, Oregon on the 2nd day of No
Claimant names as witnesses:
John Davis, of Wapinitia, Oregon,
Ed Gabel, of Maupin Oregon, John
Boon, of Wapinitia, Oregon, L. T.
Wood ide, of Wapinitia, Oregon,
S 20-018 J. W. Donnelly, Reg.
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for Waico County
State Land Board of the State of
. VS '
Bert McCready, Carrie F. McCr.ady,
UNITED STATES CONGRESS
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WALTER M. PIERCE
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HIS PUBLIC RECORD SHOWS HE
ABLE, PROGRESSIVE and UN
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The A-B-C of Success
hThot the first three essentials to success In dairy farming artr gooa
hthlthy cows, scientific feeding with cheapiy-proouceu or
priced feeds, and common- enso management, was established In cost-or
production study mmlo recently In the Willamette Valley. ; - ,
It was found that production should be not loss than 240 pounds of butter-
fat annually per cow to pay a profit. Many farmers placod the minimum
Chief0 among the influences which raise the rtandard of dairy herds In
this western country Is tho Pacific International Livestock Exposition to
be held at Portland, Oregon. November 3-10. Here progressive f
from all over tho country will exhibit their finest pure bred herds. Infor
matlon of incalculable valuo will be iivailnble. ... .
We. hero at the Maupin State Bank, believe It will be wel worthwhile to
go and study tho educational features of this great Exposition. - -
Maupin State Bank
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D. U. Appling. Thomai Most, Mag
gie Mom, t. K. Moi, and (U
rir.t (National liok of Hanlord,
California, a corporation,
To Thoma Most, Maggia Mum, t.
K. Moil, and tha r.rit National
Bank of Haniord, California,
IN THE NAME OF THE STATh
OF OREGON: You are hereby re
quired to appear and answer tho
complaint tiled against you in the
above entitled suit within four weeks
from the date of the first publica
tion, or within four weeks of the
date of personal service of this sum
mons upon you outside of the Slate
of Oregon, and if you fail to so
answer, for want thereof, Uic plain
tiff will apply to the court for the
relief, prayed for in said complaint,
to wit: for judgment and decree
"Itainst the defendants,
Creadv. Carrie F. McCready and D.
B. Appling in the sum of $700 with'
Interest thereon at the rate of six
per cent per annum from April 13,
1927, until paid, and for the furtheJ
.urn of 75 attorneys' fees, and for
Its costs and disbursements herein
expended, and for a further decree
that the mortgage described in the
plaintiff's compluint be foreclosed,
and that the property included in
said mortgage, namely; Tho west
half of the southwest quarter (SV
SEVi), the east half of the south
west quarter (EVj SWU), Section
Five (5) j the north half of the north
east quarter (N',s NEVi), Section
Seven (7); the north hnlf of tho
northwest quarter (NVi NW),
Soction Eight (8); Towm-hip Seven
(7) South of Range Fifteen (15)
East of the Willamette Meridian, in
Wasco County, Oregon, containina
320 acres, be sold in tho manner
provided by law, und that the de
fendant, and each of them be barred
and forever foreclosed of all right,
title, interest of claim to said real
property," that the purchased be plac
ed in immediate possession of said
premi.es at sale.
This summons is published by or
der of Honorable Fred W. Wilson.
Judge of the above entitled court by
order, made and entered under dutc
of September, 1928. First public
tion of this summona in Maupin
Times under date of September 20,
1928 and last publication undur date
of October 18, 1928.
GAVIN & GAVIN,
Attorneys for Plaintiff,
Residence and postoffife address:
; 502 First National Banl Bldg.,
The Dalles, Oregon.
SHERIFF'S SALE OF
In The Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for Waico County.
Board of tho Stat of
By Virtue of an execution, decree
and order of sale, duly issued out
of and under the teal of tha Circuit
Court of the State of Oregon, lor
the County of Wasco, io me execu
tion being the 12th day of. Srptem
tion being directed, dated thel2th
day of September, 1928 upon a de
cree for the foreclosure of a certain
mortage, and judgment rendered and
entered In said Court on the 30th day
of August, 1928, in the above entitl
ed cause, in favor of the Plaintiff
in Dairy Farming
. . . . 1 .
and against tha Defendant, August
Barsch, au judgment debtor, in tha
sum of Fifteen Hundred Dollar,
with intere.t thereon from the U
day of August, 1927 at the raU of
six per cent, per annum, and the
further sum of One Hundred, Fifty
Dollars, as attorney's feet, and tha
further turn of Thirty Six tad
801100 Dollars, costs, and the costs
of and upon this Writ, and command
ing me to mia sale of tha real
property embraced in such deem of
foreclosure and hereinafter describ
ed, I will, on tha 29th day of Octo
ber, 1928, at the hour of 10 o'clock.
In the A. M. noon of said day, und
at the front door of the County
Court House In Dallea City, Waceo
County, Oregon, sell at public aoo
tion to the highest bidder for eaah
In hfi, an tl r!ht title ant Inter
t.u-h Defendant Augut riarach
on ins a 'Jin aay oi August,
1919, the data of themortfagt fort-
closed herein, or which fuc Da
fondant has sine acquired, or now
has in and to the following described
real property, situate and being In
Wasco County, Oregon, to-wlti
West half of the West half
(W Vj W Vi ), touthest quarter of the
touthwest quarter (SEVi 8WK),
touth half of the southeact quarter
(SV4 SEVi), and the northeast
quarter of the southeast quarter
(NEVi SEVi), Soction Twenty
Six (26) Township Eight (8),
South of Range Seventeen (171
East of the Willamette Meridian, or
so much of said property as win
sati. fy said judgment and decrea,
with costs and accruing eosta.
Snid property will ba told subject
to confirmation and redemption aa
by law provided.
Dated at The Dalles,, Oregon,
this 12th day of September, 1928.
Sheriff Wasco County, Oregon.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of Tho Interior
U. S. Und Office at Tha Dallea,
Oregon, August 21, 1928.
Notice Is hereby given that
of Shaniko, Oregon, who, on , Bep
tembcr 15, 1925, made homestead
entry act December 29, 1916, No.
024903, for SEVi NEVi, NEVi SEVi
Section 8, SV4 NWVi, EV4 SWVi,
WV4 SEVi, See, 9, T 6, S. R. lfl. and
on March 2, 1927, made additional
homestead entry No. 026821 for SW
V. NWVi SEVi, Sec. 8,' SEVi
SEV, Section 9, EV6 NWVi; S.
tlon 10, Township 6. S., Range 18.
E., Willamette Meridian, has filed
notice of Intention to make final
three year proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, befort
II. C. Rooper, United States Com
mi sioner, at Antelope, Oregon, on
the 9th day of October 1928.
Claimant i names as witness:
Edwin Wakerlig, of Shaniko, Ora
gon, Peter E. Conroy of Shaniko
Oregon, Andrew Brown of Shaniko,
Oregon and John Joyce of Maupin,
A30-S27 J. W. Donnelly, Reg.
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