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the MAiiriN times
The Maupin Times
j C W. Smodim, Editor
C W. Sanmct and E. R. SimmM
' . Publishers
Published every Thursday at
Maupin, Of eg on
Subscription: One year, $1.50; lIx
months, $1.00; three months, 60cts.
Entered as second clas, mail mat
to September 8, 1914, at the post
if lea at Maupin, Oreon, undr the
Act of March 8, 1876.
(Editorial by Mclvin Walters)
The Wapinitia High school has
taken a forward step toward a big
ger, better and more up-to-data
school through the undertaking of
football. Thia schol possesses a
number o. boys about equal weight
and other requirements to any other
school in the county, so why not
hava a team? As football is ona of
the most popular and thrilling games I
cf the day, it will be a great boon to j
the school and help hold the ones
already there, for every . real boy
has a de. ire to take part in athletics
r.ud will go to the school which af
fords an opportunity along this
Paid Adv. by Will L. Doud.
AT C. :E..
I Five miles east
S A TUR
15 IT .tr a. 8 Milk-Cows, 1 Gang Plow, 1 Walking
Plow, 1 i)ering Mower, 1 Rake, 3 Wagons, 2 Com
bines; 6 Set Harness, I Fordson Tractor, 1 2-Section
Steel Harrow,'. 1 2-Section Wood Harrow, 1 5-Sec-tion
Wood Harrow, Single Buggy, 1 small Separator
2 Bedsteads and springs, Log Chains and Crowbars,
Chickens, Fruit Jars, Household Goods.
TEJTJS. A!! sums under $10.00, cash. Over $10.00 bankable notes bearing
8 interest, running for 12 months, wi 11 be accepted.
Free Lunch at Noon ! Bring Your Cups
C. E. Tunison and Carl Head, Owners
F. C. Butler, Auctioneer F. D. Stuart, Clerk
line. In tha past, students have left
this school and have gone elsewhere
the main reason thereof being the
lack of athletic activities.
Tha Friday, October 12, the
Wapinitia team will meet their first
football opponents on the Wapinitia
ball grounds. This game beween
Tygh Valley and the home team will
be the first football game in which
this school has taken pari The
gate receipts will go toward part
payment on the suits and other ex
penses, herefore the success of this
undertaking depends on the inter
est tha community takes in helping
make a big attendance, not only at
his game, bu all other school en
tertainments. At the present tima the school
has an opportunity to rise up and
assert itself in football activities,
so let all of us turn out and help
push the Wapinitia school up on the
ladder of success.
Tha Freshman Initiation
On Friday evening of last week
the upper classes of the Wapinitiu
High school undertook the task of
initiatirg the members of the Fn si.
man class.' Tha affair was fne U
the public. Tha evening was spent
in pulling stunts on the victims,
music and enthusiastic talks by the
ambitious football players. A lunch
of coffee and cake was served.
Election November 6, 1928
of Maupin on Bakeoven road, on
DAY, Oct. 2
fimo the following-named
intsVlionsehold goods, etc.,
One of the interesting moments
occurred when two of the boys de
cided they would create a little fun
for the visitors. Going to the can
yon they built a firo and tried to
make ''niggers" of themselves by
applying burnt cork to thoir faces.
By the time they got buck the crowd
AH departments of the school are
working on a short Columbus Day
program, which will precede our
sale of baskets, cakes' and pies
Principal L. V. Broughton and
Wm. Hackler made a trip to Mau
pin Tuesday evening to consult Dr.
Elwood regarding a bruise William
received in football practice.
The Maupin Times printed some
neat handbills and tickets for the
football season this week.
The Physiology cla:s has com-
pleted a detailed outline on the di
gestion of food.
Ernie Ende'rsby and Frank Hack
ler are leading the class in typewrit
ing in respect to the number of as
signments completed to date.
Ladies Aid Baatar
The Ladies Aid society of the
Wapinitia U. B. church will hold its
' fall baazar in in the John Lewis hall
1 on Friday evening, October 20. A
cupper will be served from 6:00 to
f7:00 p. m., the program and bnaxar
live stock, farm
will be sold:
salo following. The many attrac
tlve and useful articles wrought by
volunteer hands In loving service
will unquestionably make suitable
and desirablo Christmas gift). The
proceeds could not go to a worthier
cause than that of assisting in keep
ing down church expenses. ,
RENT PIANO For
Leave word at this
FOR WINTER APPLES that will
' keep Come and pick your own
at SOc to $1.00 per box for first
class Rome Beauty applesa
bwuiuuiu n'ue, miff iv wuwaig
and cooking. A few Newtownsj
also. Bring boxes. Tha tima Is i
D. M. STANCLIFF, Smock.
FOR SALE Fine piano in storage
near Maupin. Will sacrifice for
quick sale. A snap. Writo Tall
man Piano Store, Salem, Oregon,
for full articulurs. 49-t3
FOUND Pair of gold bow rimless
. spectacles. Owner may have
same by culling at this office,
identifying gins es and paying for
this advertisement. 48-tf
FOR SALE A No. 6 Melotte cream
scpartor, $50.00; Vaughan wood
. saw, $50.00; set of heavy harness,
cheup; one light harness, also
cheap.. Mrs. Anna Bradway,
Smock Prairie. 45-tf
FOR SALE 1 Wood and Coal
range, Marshall Wells, 1 Wood
burning heating stove, 3 Buff
window shades, fringed, width,
SG inches, length, 7 feet Mrs.
F. D. Stuart, Maupin.
FOR SALE 180 bushels of 128
hybrid wheat at Hunts Ferry
FOR SALE-1 2-foot McCormlck
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, Oregon.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
in the matter of the estate of Roa-,
lie Biuhey, Deceated,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
JohB Cavia '
administrator of estate., of.. Rosalie
Bushey, deceased, has filed In the
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 time
for hearing of objections to said re
port and the settlement thereof..
John Gavin, .Administrator.
NOTICE FOR .. PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at The Dalles,
Oregon, September 18, 1928.
Notice is hereby given that
A. Vernon Rantdell
of Antelope, Oregon, who, one Sept
21, 1923, made Homestead Entry
under Act Dec. 29, 1916, No. 022912
for EK NEK, NEK SWK, Sec
8. S'i NEK, NK SEVi, Sec. 14,
SWK NWK, Sec. 20, Township
7 South, Range 17 East, Willamette
Meridian, hais filed notice of Inten
tion to make final three year proof,
co establish claim to the land above
described, before H. C. Rooper,
United States Commissioner, at An
telope, Oregon, on the 8th day of
Claimant names as witnesses:
Omar H. Borthwick, Charles E. Her
man, Louis E. Ransdell, James Bax
ter all of Antelope, Oregon.
S20-O18 J. W. Donnelly,
When you are looking for the
bet in leather goods, come to
We have received several ship
ment of new leather handbags,
coin purees, billfolder, key cases
and traveling sets,
These articles are priced to
fit all purses, and all ara real
"Everything in Drugs and Kodaks"
THE MAN FOR SHERIFF
A. S. (Sid) Johnson
Johnson is a man of Lunincss experience, a success
ful wheat farmer, and lately engaged in the in
surance business in The Dalles.
A vote for Johnson is a vote for ser
vice and economy in the
Taid adv. by A. S. Johnson.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department Of The Interior
U. S. Land Office at The Dulles,
Oregon, Sept. 18, 1928.
Notice is hereby given that
Charles A. Aro.U
of Wapinitia, Oregon, who, on Octo
ber 80, 1923, made homestead en
try, act December 29, 1910, No.
023360, for SK SWK, Sec. 4, EK,
Sec. 6, NWK, NWK SWK. Sec.
9, NEK SEK, Sec. 8, Township
6, S., Range 13, E., Willamette
Meridian, has filed notice of inten
tion J.o make final three year proof,
to establish ch.m to ho land ibce
described, before F. D. Stuart,
United States Commissioner, at Mau
pin, Oregon on the 2nd d iy of No
Claimant names as witnesses;
John Davis, of Wapinitia, Oregon,
Ed Gabel, of Maupin Oregon, John
Boen, of Wapinitia, Oregon, L. T.
WootLIde, of Wapinitia, Oregon,
S 20-018 J. W. Donnelly, Reg.
la the Circuit Court of tha State o(
Oregon for Wasco County
State Land Board of the Stute oi
Bert McCready, CarriSF. McCr.ady,
D. B. Appling, Thomas Moat, Mag
gie Mots, E. K. Mot, and the
First National Bank of iiat.ford,
To Thomas Mott, Maggie Mot, E.
K. Mots, and the First National
Bank of Hanford, California, a
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF OREGON: You are hereby re
quired to appear and answer the
eomplalnt filed against you in the
above entitled suit within four weeks
from tha date of the first publica
tion, or within four weeks of the
data of personal tervice of this sum
mons upon you outside of the StaU
of Oregon, and if you fail to so
answer, for want thereof, the plain
tiff will apply to the court for tht
relief, prayed for in said complaint,
towlt: for judgment and decree
against the defendants, Bert Mc
Cready, 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 furthel
.um of $75 attorneys' fees, and for
its costs and disbursements herein
oxpended, and for a further decree
that the mortgago described in the
plaintiff's complaint be foreclosed,
and that the property included in
said mortgage, namely; The west
half of the couthwest quarter (W Vj
SEK), the east half of the south
west quarter (EVi SWK), Section
Five (5) j the north half of the north
east quarter (N'a NEK), Section
Seven (7); the north half of the
northwest quarter (NV4 NWK),
Section Eight (8); Township Sevon
(7) South of Range Fifteen (IB)
East of the Willamette Meridian, in
Wasco County, Oregon, containing
320 acres, be sold in the mannor
provided by law, and that the ' de
fendants and each of tm:m be barred
and forever foreclosed of all right,
title, interest of claim to said real
property, that the purchnscd be plac
ed in immediate possession of said
premkes 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 date
of September, 1928. First public-
If you are interested in
county affrirs and par
tiouiaiiy in an econom
ical and efficient ad
ministration of sheriff's
office, then vote for
tion of this summons in Maupin
Times under data of Soptember 20,
1928 and last publication under data
of October 18, 1928.
GAVIN & GAVIN,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Residence and postoffke address:
(02 First National Bant tfldg.,
The Dalles, Oregon.
SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL
In Tha Circuit Court ef the State f
Oregon for Waste County.
State Land Board of the State !
By Virtue of an execution, decrea
and order of sale, duly issued out
of and under tha teal of tha Circuit
Court of iha State of Oregon, for
the County of Wasco, to ma execu
tion being the 12th day of Septem
don being directed, dated tha 12th
Jay of September, 1928 upon a da
crcc for the foreclosure of a certain
mortage, and judgment rendered and
entered in said Court on tha 30th day
of August, 1928, In tha above entitl
ed cause, in favor of tha Plaintiff
and against the Defendant, August
Barsch, cm judgment debtor, la the)
sum of Fifteen Hundred Dollars,
with interact thereon from tha 6Eh
day of August, 1927 at tha rate of
six per cent, per annum, and tha
further sum of Ona Hundred, Fifty
Dollars, as attorney's fees, and tha
further sura of Thirty Six a&d
SOjlOO Dollars, coats, end tha eosts
of and upon this Writ, and command
ing me to mi'ie sale of tha real
property embraced In such decrea ct
foreclosure and hereinafter descrife
ed, I will, on the 29th day of Octo
ber, 1928, at the hour of 10 o'clock, j
in the A. M. noon of said day, and '
it the front door of tha County
Court House m Dalles City, Wtvco
County, Oregon, sell at public auc
tion to tha hlghost bidder for cash
in hi?, an tt rij(hl title ann inter
est t.t ch Defendant August dorsch
had on the 80th day of Atfgtnt,
1919, the data of tha mortgage fore
closed herein, or which such De
fendant has slnca acquired, or now
has In and to the following described
real property, situate and being la
Wasco County, Oregon, to-wlt:
, West half of tha Wast half
(WW WK), southest quarter of tin
southwest quarter (SEK 8WK),
south half of tha sou the act quarter
(SK SEK), and tha northeast
quarter of tha southeast quarter ,
(NEK SEK), Section Twenty C
Six (26) Township Eight (8), '
South of Range Seventeen (17
East of the Willamette Meridian, or
so much of said property as wtil
satisfy said judgment and dame,
with costs and accruing costs, '
Sfid property will be sold subject
to confirmation and redemption as
by law provided.
Dated at The Dalles, Oregon,
this 12th day of September, 1928. ,
Sheriff Wasco County, Oregon.
I. O. O. F.
Lodgfl No. 209, Maupin, Oregon
meets every Saturday night in I. O.
O. F. hall. Visiting members always
D. L. Rutherford, N. G.
O, F, Renlck, See'v,