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THE MAUPIN TIMES
The Maupia Times
C. W. Semmii. Lditor
C. W. Strnmei and E. R. Semtnii
" Published every Thursday at
Subscription: " 0n7year, $1.50; tlx
8pnths, $1.00; three months, 60cts.
""Entered as second class mail mat
ter September 8, 1914, at the poat
elfic at Maupin, Oreon, undr the
Art of March 8, 1876.
A Portland borkerage firm has
kindly consented to nupply this of
fice with literature touching 4n the
copper business of the itate. Thef
Initial bunch of "copy" came in with
r request that we publish "just what
appealed to. us." We did-by
throwing the whole bunch m the
waste basket. If that firm desires
to interet Maupin people n their
copper stock scheme cur stiV Jn
trade snacc is for sale nnd they
can have as much as they care to
A fellow in St. Louis was recently
fined $50.00 for stealing a 15 cent
package of cigarettes. The Mis
souri judije made him "cough up"
more than was in a carload.
Gold iri'-HXew fivohimp
at White Ilor e mino here
operating- at i'aii.city.
To Cast First Vote
Mn. Jane Anne MandeviMe, of Port
Crane, N. Y, will cast her first vote
for Herbert Hoover on her 99th birth
day, thereby laying claim to being the
oldest new voter In the country. Mre.
Mandeville was the school teacher ol
William H. Hill, chairman of the New
York State Hoover-Curtis Campaign
REPUBLICANS BiVE fAMcftS.
HOME MARKET MONOPOLY
WASHINGTON. The American
farmer under Republican administra
tion has iad practically a monopoly
Of his home market. In this protected
market he disposes of 95 per cent of
his products at prices higher than are
paid elsewhere in the world for like
products. This Is pointed out in the
Republican campaign textbook.
The complete book is being printed
In Installments of which the first is
devoted entirely to agriculture, and
includes pertinent extracts from Her
bert Hoover's acceptance address, the
agricultural plank of the Kansas City
platform and other pertinent data rela
tive to the farm situation.
In addition to this, there is a recital
of the Republican party's constructive
legislation in behalf of agriculture
eince 1920, a provision intended to
how that the promises now being
made to the farmers by Mr. Hoover
and Senator, Curtis spring from a sym
pathetic attitude and therefore will
be fulfilled in good faith by the Repub
licans. The problems of agriculture arc
treated from an economic rather than
a political viewpoint, and emphasis is
laid ou the freedom from economic
fallacies of the asricultural legislation
already passed by Republican con
gresses which includes 24 measures
tdnee March, 1921, when the Republi
cans came into office.
WASHINGTON CALLS HER GRACIOUS
p v s j Was yiwX ' - Vfl "4rri
AJlJs 's & iii - IXm flf 'II
Official and unofficial Washington, alike, knowing Mrs. Hoover well, call her gracious, capable, and of
pleasing personality. She is also known for her wide variety of Interests. She was National Chairman of
the girl scouts; has travelled with her husband all over the world; Is a graduate mining engineer; Is co
translator with Mr. Hoover of a medieval German mining text book; the holder of several college degrett;
and is recognized as an Ideal hostess, wife, and mothtr.
Eugene $10,000 worth of pure
bred guernsey cuttle shipped from
farms near here to California
Singer in Politics 1
Grace DWIne, of Cincinnati, Metro-
Democracy cannot survive without
a large supply of capable leadership
and a willingness qf the citizen to ex
ercise his right of franchise.
It is always the children who arc
ground In the mills of international
Constructive government is not con
ducted on slogans; it is built on sound
THIS FARM PAYS
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VIEW of the 12S0 acre farm of
Hoover's farm are conducted on
his other enterprises. The entire
vated for big crops of quality productions. The land was worthless nine years
ago when he bought it and was wrested from nature. Every variety of product
such a3 potatoes, cotton, peaches, grapes, onions, figs, etc. is produced. Mr.
Hoover constantly checks over with his manager, a university graduate farm
expert who has the practical knowledge to go with his scientific education.
Humble Hoover Home Is State Shrine
This small cottage at West Branch, lows, where Herbert Hoover was
born, has emerged from humble obscurity to become one of the hlstorio
shrines of the State. It was even smaller at the time of the birth of
Republican presidential candidate. Much of the front has been added
since he left to go to work on his uncle's farm after his father's death.
She Why so backward? I saw yon
uiss Miss Uus'iecu under the mistle
toe, lIo--J promised my fh.neee I'd kise
r'y h'imely ptvls on ChrIstmasee.
U HINTS FOR CHRISTMAS
IK YOTJ Pplll salt.
pinch over your I
der, uud 111 luck will
Always try to have a lilt ot
mistletoe hi the house, for It
is u luck bi inner.
-'ir ii'iy Hit's you tulte im
tl't ': ii':sl!rt"C si I'S'i'iy nni..t
pi; -ki'il HI il V l.i it till
(.Jucl.t-.l Hip ,rniv' fVitX''.
l! you I'lid h bit of red vibbul)
nr I'i'J w'tml iiiiii'H-ii )i; jiiv
cur- (f.s..-i in!:j , jUj 1, jmi will
l.u liii'K in li'uv lv.t sura io
Wvsii l. li'Uie wU;m you make
If you Wtmt a "Happy Christ
Dins" p'it more Into It tliun uu
take out. Montreal lleruld.
The American woman in the kitch
en does not want gifts; the most pre
cious thing In her life Is an aonest-to-Cod
job for her man,
The beating of torn toms, throwing
cf mud, malice and hate and lies,
clinging of phrases and slogans are no
contribution to national judgment
In America today, the poor-house
l.i as extinct as the slave block.
Herbert Hoover. Operations on Mr.
the same high engineering plane as all
acreage Is Irrigated and highly culti
'. T.'A V. tuilr, .
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CHRISTMAS tree, as
lly, are the oldest
trees. Sclontl.sis suy tlmt their
direct ancestors were the first
Bowerlns pliuils ou earth. The
are believed to tiuve orlKlnuteil
during a period of very eoverv
I climate, their neeillellke leave.'
presenting less surface lit eolil
and expo.sure the hr'oad
leaved trees that evolved In
I later periods of the earth' IiIk
(From School of Home Economics)
When it is necessary to lenthvn
a small girl's dresses, the regular
grnuze bamluge which comes in rolls
of different widths is just the thing
to use in facing them. The gauze
shrinks so little if it is placed on
the under side when stitching, tho
hem will he perfeectly imooth aod
not wrinkle when ironed.
To hasten the baking of potatoes,
let them stand a few riinutey in hot
water, after washing them clean.
times wilt V.eep potatoes from turn
,jj Inir darw or if they have been frost
!f! bitn this will improve them.
Before trying to break a cocoa
nut put it in the Ovvn to warm.
When heated a slight blow will
crack it, the shell will come off
To prevent staining your finders
while paring potatoes, keep the po
tatoes in cold water.
A coffeepot may be cleaned by
putting one tablespoon of washing
soda into it and filling; with water.
Boil for 20 miutes o.id then pour
out the soda and wf.ter, and wash
out with fresh -water servcral
If ribbed top hose are ctretched
and then t itched on the machine
where the ribbed part is joined to
the silk, runners caused by the
fastening of garters will be stopped
! "f r Irrvifff ,the top.
! PIGS Ft)R SALE About 30
j feede- pigs for sale also six Ibrood
sow.. Call Bert Scott, W iraif,
Oregon. 7 -42
FURS BOUGHT Highest mtcrket
price. Prompt returns. 0. N.
Flinn, 612 E. Second Street,
The Dalle.', Oregon. 7-t3
WILL SELL FINE PIANO for
balance due on contract Quay
terms to responsibly party. Wilt
Continental Security compaiy,
American Bank building, Port
land, Oregon. 2-U'
FOUND Pair of gold bow rimdeaa
spectacles. Owner may hsvve
same by cabling at this office,
identifying ghm . and paying for
this advertisemeat. 48-tf
FOR SALE A No. G Melottc cream
separtor, $B0.00f; Vaughan wood
saw, $50.00; set of heavy harneea.
cheap; one lighlt harncmi, also
cheap. Mrs. Anna Bradway,
Smock Prairie 45-tf
FOR SALE 12-foot MfcCotrmlck
header, in first class condition.
Price $100.00. Ed. Herrling,
FOR SALE New Zealafnd sheep
Romney buck, five twcfyear-olds,
three RumU ulets; two Guernsey-
bulls, one yearling, one two-year
old. Albert Hill, Wamlc Oregon.
SALE OF REAL PROPERTY
la the Circuit Court of The State of
Oregon For Watco County
STATE LAND BOARD
STATE OF OREGON,
Bert McCready, Carrrie F. Me
Cready, D. B. Appling, Thomas Moss,
Maggie Moss, E. K. Moss and the
First- National Bank of Hanford,
California, a Corporation,
BY VIRTUE of an execution, de
cree and order ,of sale, duly issued
out of and under the seal of the
Circuit Court of the State of Ore
gon, for the County of Wasco, to
me directed and dated the 31st day
of December, 1928, upon, a decree
for the foreclosure of a certain
mortgage, ajid judgment rendered
and entered in said Court ; on the
.31st day of December, 192 8, in the
above entitled cause, hi fav or of the
Plaintiff and against the Defend
ants, Bert McCready, Ci irrie F.
McCready, and D. B. Apr. ling, as
judgment debtors, In the sum of
Seven Hundred Dollars, 1th inter-
Let us do
have the equipment and the know-how and
juarantee our work to stick.
All Work Guaranteed
'u-iaj ,1 ,-, -rl'
e t thereon from tho 13th day of
April, 1927, at the rate of C per
cent, per annum, nnd the further
sum of Seventy Five dollars
as attorney's fee.;, and the further
sum of Forty Two and 40-100 Dol
lars, costs, and the costs of and up
on this Writ, nnd commanding me
to muke sale of the real property
embraced In such decree of forc-
clo ure and hereinafter described,
I will, on the 11th duy of Februury
1929, at the hour of 10 0 clock, in
the forenoon of said day, ami at
the front door of the County Court
House in Dalles City, Wasco Coun
ty, Oregon, tell at public auction to
the highest bidder for cash in hand,
all the right, title nnd interest which
tho Defendants Bert McCready,
Carrie F. McCrendy and D. B.
Appling, Thomas Mim , Maggie
Moss, E, K. Moss, and the First
Kntinnul Bank of Hiinforil, Cali
fornia r either of them hud on
the 2nd day of October, 1917, the
date of the mortgage foreclosed
herein, or which such Defendants or
any of the Defendants herein, have
; ince acquired, or now have in und
th following described real
property, situate and being in Was
o County, Oregon, to-wit:
The west half of the southeast
ciwrter (WVs SK'i), the east h:ilf
of the southwest quarter (Kin
SWU), section five (5); the north
half of the northeast quarter (N'i
NEK), section seven (7); tho
north half of the northwest quartei
(NH NWli), section eight t .
township seven (7) south, range
fifteen (15) oust of Willamette
Meridian, containing 320 ncres, or
so much 0f said property no will
s-atisfy said judgment and decree,
vith costs and accruing costs.
Said property will be Bold ub?t
to confirmation and redemption as
by law provided.
Dated at The Dalles, Oregon,
this 31st day of December, 1928.
Sheriff of Wa. co County, Oregon.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that James O'Connor, Executor of
the Wul And Estate of Mathew
O'Connor, deceased, has filed in the
County Court of Wiuco County,
State of Oregon, his final accont as
Executor, nnd that Monday, the
11th day of February, 1920, at the
hour of 10.00 o'clock a. m., has been
fixed by said Court as the time for
the hearing of objections to said re
port and the set'lement tlvrnof.
"NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of The Interior
U. S. Land Office at The Dalles,
Oregon. Dec. 10, 1928.
Notice la hereby given that
William M. Gott
of Shaniko, Oregon, who, on April
10, 1925, made iot '.stcad cnr;
under Act December 29, 1916, No.
023485 arid on March 16, 1927,
made additional H. E., 025250 also
under Act December 29, 1910, for
SWVi, UK SE14, Sec. 14 Town
ship 7-South, Range 16-East, Will
amette Meridian, haa filed notice of
intention to, make final three year
proof, to establish claim to the land
eJbove described, before H. C.
hooper, Notary Public, at Antelope,
Oregon, on the 1st day of February
Claimant names as witnesses:
Claud Guyton, Arthur Wallace,
Otic Proffitt, Thomas O. Miller al)
of Shaniko, Oregon.
D13-J10 J. W. Donnelly, F,eg.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior
' U. S. Land Office at The Dalles,
Oregon, December 5, 1928.
Notice is hereby glvea that
Glen W. Powers
of Maupin, Oregon, who, on May 8,
1926, made homestead entry under
1 "" 11111 11 ,wp '
a Dec. 29, 1916, No. 024875, and
ore July 20, 1928 mada additional
II, E., 026365 also under act Dec.
29, 1918 for Lot 8, Sec. 4, Lots 2,
3, 4V 6, 6, SEV4 NWK, Sec. 7, Lota
1, ST, 6, 6, 7, SEMi SWVi, Sec. 18,
Lots 2, 3, Sec. IB. Township 6
Soutli, Range 14-East, Wlllaraetta
Mcr'UloJi, has filed notice of inten
tion to make final proof, to establish
claim to the land above described,
before F. D. Stuart, United Statea
Conamlasloncr, at Maupin, Oregon,
on tlie 16th dy of January, 1929.
Claimant names as witnesses:
W. L. Fischer, Albert E. Troutman,
Frank LL UV. Oliver Resh all of Mau
D 13-J 9 J- w- Donnelly, Rf.
NOTICE Ft PUBLICATION
D.Mrtmi of 7 I atari"
U. S. Land Office k Tha DaUea,
Oregon, Nov. ID, 1928.
Notice is hcroly given that
David B Craktree
of Antelope, Ottton, who, on
24, 1926, made hpmestead entry un
der act Dec. 89, 1916, Ntf. 0282,
for SZM NEH. EH SEK, BacMon
12, T. 8 S., R 15 E., SBa SEtt,
Section 1Q, Seetlon 20,
NH NW', SW NWH, Secttoo
23, EV4 NE, Blectlon 80, T. 7 S.,
R. 10 E., Lota 5, a 7, 8ection 6, LoU
1, 2, Section 7 Township 8 Bourn,
Range 16 Eiurt 'CVtlVimotte Meridian,
has filed notice cf Intention to malw
final threo yeur procrf, to estaba
claim to the land abov described, be
fore II. C. Roojper, United 8Uta
Commissioner, t Antelope, Oregon,
on the 3rd day of January, 1929.
Claimant nfemes as wltnereea
Charles E. Frar, Edwin C. Murphy,
John T. McCalloch, Frederic H.
Rooper all of Antelope, Oregon.
N16-D18 J. V?. Donnelly,
Th Dallei, Orf ea, Pkooa S-J
Your Watch Haywire?
If it is not doirir ita work
briny it to The 't impc ofF.ce
and Mr. Si'mmet will setid
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Ku"H"trr Mr Jeweler
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bucceamir U ). Linduuist
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Shoes and Repairing
Wasco lounty ' Exclusive
choes for -tho
The Dalles, Ore.
Whe re the best 35 cent
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