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The Maupin Times
AN INDEPENDENT NEW SPATES
C VV. Srmmti, Editor
C W. Simmti and E. R. S cm met
P lib Usher
Published every Thursday at
Subscription: One year, $1.50; lis
months, $1.00; three months, 60cU
Entered as second clas3 mail mat
ter September 8, 1914, at the post
office at Maupin, Oreou, undr the
Act of March 8, 1878.
FLU EPDEMiC IS ABATING
Tho report of the state bond of
i..;i;.t, for tV week ending January
lit, sitww) r. !-,-"v',ijK el i.a cases in
th. ::jt' IhiTt weie 84 such re
livfifci to the bureau for test week.
Wasco county reporting two of them.
On December 8th there were 1,34-
case reported in the state, and oi.
December29, -2,513 cases were being
taken care of. January 12 the epi
demic had subsided so that but 741
cases were on the list
Wasco county is the most health
ful of the state, or our physicians
are backward in reporting cases.
Besides the two ca es of f iu there
was one case of pneumonia reported
from this county, and no ether ail
ments mentioned. a,
AND "CURES", FRAUDULENT
U. S. Department of Health Will
Taka Measurers to Curb Foist
ing Such on Public
"It is the intention of the Food,
Drug and In ecticide administration
to take immediate action under
the food and drugs act against all
preparations represented by label or
by circular accompanying the pack
age as preventatives or treatments of
influenza, la grippe, pneumonia and
related disea es," W. G. Campbell,
Director of Regulatory Work of the
United States Department of Agri
culure, said recently.
"There is a widespread and proba
bly a fully justified public appre
hension about influenza, tnd some
manufacturers have not hesitated to
take advantage of thL situation by
advertising their preparations in
every available quarter as preven
tives or cures for the disease. Un-
lafety, silence and
simplicity are features
of the new Ford
Ji V!Vvf .u int.
ONE of trie first tilings you
"wiM notice when you drive
i e'new Ford is the quick,
!'. olive, silent action of its
This gy?tcm gives you the
'i.vhc't dfgree of safety and
ilily because the four-
!ieel service brakes and the
"-rn!e emergency or park
in "?:-; 3 ''are all of the
mechanical, internal ex
piuiilmg type, with braking
:'rfacrs fui'y enclosed for
protection against mud,
filler, sand, etc.
The many advantages of
Us type of braking system
.ow ?ong been recognized.
Ti ?y are brought to you in
the new Ford through a
eerics of mechanical im
much that is new in design
and manufacture. A particu
larly unique feature is the
simple way by which a spe
cial drum lias been con
structed to permit the use of
two sets of internal brakcB
on the rear wheels.
A further improvement
in braking performance is
effected by the self-centering
feature of the four-
whpfd Lrn'cps ml
exclusive uru ue
Ford Motor Company
fortunately, the food and drugs act
does not reach false advertUng
s.aiements appearing in the press, or
in any advertising medium not in
cluded with the package of the
preparation itself. The food and
drug enforcing authorities are,
.herel'ore, powerlesu to check such
misleading advertising, serious as the
onsecjutnoes may be in the case of
.hose who are led to depend on luch
.nefiective products and neglect the
nygienic precautions recommended
jy public health authorities such as jwhat astounded friends of tha con
volution, rest, sleep, diet and proper jtracting couple, and caused them
enJiation. jsonit surprise.
'It is a fact generally accepted The groom is the eldest son of
iy medical authorities, based on ft. B. Perthick, born and raised in
corld-wide medical experience," jthis vicinity. He learned the
.d.'rJ Mr. Campbell, "that there is 'duggist's profession under the
1 in known dri'sr or combination of tutelage of Dr. L. S. Stovall, in
Jrugs whiw. will prevent or cure m
iuensa. Products labeled as ef
etive for this purpose will unhesi
acinly be classed as mi branded
.iihm the meaning of the food and
hugs act and treated accordingly.
"It may not be ami s to add," said
lr. Campbell, "that manufacturers
.re usually cautious about putting
mwarranted claim., upon the labels
f their products, knowing that they
ender themselves liable under the
ood and drugs acts, and those who
Ate inclined to take advertising
claims at face value will frequently
find that the labels them, elves, or
the circulars accompanying the pack
ages -cf the drugs, do not repeat
End of "Dd" Coale
As an after effect of an attack of
paralysis E. C. (Dad) Coale died at
the Wasco county farm Tuesday
afternoon. Pad was well known
character of this section and had
friends by the score. Up to hi
paralytic attack he had been en
gaged in pelt buying for several
years, also putting in several win
ders trapping in the mountains. The
Times will endeavor to publish hi.
abituary in next week's issue.
Home After Opreation
Miss Doris Talcott, daughter of
;Ir. and Mrs. Dee Talcott, is at her
parent-' home after a sojourn at
Portland. Miss Doris was lately
operated upon for appendicitis at
St. Vincents hospital, and hr.s so
far recovered a.: to be abk to rc--urn
home for recuneratir n.
Condon Texas Oil company will
construct 20,000 gallon tank, ware
house and garage in this place.
. i jji n.. 1
tLis construction, the entire
surface of the 6hoe is
brought in steady, uniform
contact with the drum tho
instant you press your foot
on the brake pedal. This
prevents screeching and
howling and makes the Ford
brakes unusually silent in
Another feature of the
Ford brakes is the ease of
The four-wheel brakes
are adjusted by turning a
screw conveniently located
on the outside of each brake
plate. This screw is so
notched that all four brakes
can be set alike simply by
listening to the "clicks."
The emergency or pric
ing brakes on the new Foil
require little attention. IJ-jv
ever, should they need ail
justinent at any time, cou
suit your Ford dcalf i f
prompt, courteous, and
nomical service. He work
UTider close factory super
vision and he has been spe
cially trained and equipped
to help you get the greatest
possible use from your car
over the longest period
oi time at a mini
mum of troubb and
WASCO COUIIE IS MARRli!1
Lewi Darthick and Mix Myrtla
Myvra Marry at Portland
Word has been received her of
the marriage last Thursday of
Lewis H. Derthick and Miss Myrtle
Myers, one of the popular mem
bers of the younger element of
The Dalles. While the marriage
was not entirely unexpected, still
coming without notice some
whose drug store e worked for a
number of years. He later went to
Bend, where he was employed in a
drug store and from there entered1
the employ of the Crosby store at
The Dalles. There he met his fu-
tur wife and from that time love's
young dream culminated in the
ceremony of last Thursday. He is
one of the native sonu who is fa
vorably known to most of tHe peo
ple of this section and who will wish
him unbounded happiness in'hia new
Lewis bride u one of the popu
lar young ladies of The Dulles. She
is a daughter of one of the oldest
residents of the county sent and a
young lady whose attainments have
been a resume to the best society of
The Times joins with many
friends of the couple in wishing
them a long life of unalloyed
Imagined Serere Weather
Carl Spickerman drove into towr.
yesterday with a truckload of good.'
for Maupin merchant'. When asked
cocerning the 'weather on top of
Tygh Rige Carl replied he was cer
tain it was 40 degrees below zero, at
least it seemed so to him, while rid
ing in the cab of his truck.
Will Brighten Store
Oliver Resh has taken all the
decorative cans from top of the
shelves encircling his store, mopped
off the top of the frames and will
soon proceed to kalsomine the ceil
ing and the side wall.:. This will
brighten up the interior anil make
his store much lighter.
Death of Mrs. Barkham
Word was received here of the
death of Mir. A. J. Barkhara, -which
occurred at her home at .Hood
River on Thursday, January 17.
Mrs. Barkham had been ill for many
years, having been afflicated with
dropsy, and her death had been ex
pected for some time. Besides her
widower she leaves a daughter and
a son, the former married and liv
ing at Metoliur, the son being at
OREGON NEWS NOTES
Vale $102,225 being expended
for improvement 'if Central Oregon
highway "i n lit re r.nd Harper.
Knrfi' Swift A Company plari3
! i-'.-iir-tnii-t thr'e-F.U ry plant here.
Cornucopia Development work
at Oregon "Copper mine by Mother
Lode Mining company progres ing
Dayton Electricity turned . into
Pleasantdale and Grand Island
Corvallis New street lighting
system being' installed.
' The Times is in the market for
some clean cotton rags. Will pay
good money for about 20 pounds.
Pine Grove News
Ben Richardson's well has gone
dry. Ben has supplied a number of
this neighborhood with water for
about 30 days, the school janitor
having been among the number
getting drinking water from Ben's
welL Our worthy fervice station
man says he is. thinking of holding a
well digging bee one of these days,
and will call upon those he has sup
plied with water to as ist in sinking
the well to the lower water table.
is still at the
Tim and Dewey Linn are again
hauling lumber from their mill.
They reported that the cold weather
recenty frozen up two of their auto
Wm. Moore, onion king of Pine
Grove, has Ben1 orders for the large,
sweet, mild onions the neighbor-i
hood is growing more nnd more
Carl Powell and Andy Booth have
broken a trail through the Dane tim
ber tract since the low temperaure
prevailed, and are again making
Mrs. and Nova Hedin sppnt tho
week end at Pine Grove.
Hazel and Lee Laughtin ipont the
w. k end at home, teturniiig to Vp
initia for school Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Lester West, teacher at Pine
Grove, has managed to drive from
her home to school to far this win
ter. The new highway makes such
Ed. Davis is still hauling oak
wood to Maupin.
Walter Sharp is up and out again
after a tiege of the flu.
John Duvis is visiting
'parents at Tine Grove.
Marion O'Brien, Ernest Endersby,
Mathews, " Holman. Hachler and
Prof. Broughton all went to Mlaupin
to witness the double-header.! bas
ketball game between the ' Maupin
and Pufur boys' and girls' teams
lust Friday night.
Ernest H.irtman and the McCoy
boys took in the smoker at Legion
halt Saturday night
Bill Furmun was at tho fight in
the role of tecond to several of the
contestants Saturday night
Ray Kaylor was an interested
spectator at the Legion smoker held
at Maupin Saturday evening.
Time, is in the murket Jor
.wme clean cotton rags. Will pay
good money for about 20 pounds.
TIGS FOR SALE About 30
feeder pigs for sale also six brood
sow.. Cull Bert Scott, Wamic,
FURS BOUGHT Highest market
once. Prompt returns. 0. N.
Flinu, C12 L Second Street,
The Dalle , Oregon. 7-t3
WILL SELL FINE PIANO for
balance due on contract Easy
terms to responsibly party. Write
'Continental Security company,
American Bank building, Port
land, Oregon. 2-t4
FOUND Pair of gold bow rimless
spectacles. Owi.er may have
same by culling at this office,
identifying glas es and paying for
this advertisement 48-tf
FOR SALE A No.. 6 Melotte cream
separtor, ?50.00; Vaughan wood
saw, $50.00; set of heavy harness,
cheap; one light harness, ateo
cheap.. Mrs. Anna Bradway,
Smock Prairie. 45-tf
FOR SALE-12-foot McCormlck
header, in first class condition.
Price $160.00. Ed. Herrling,
I OR SALE New Zealand sheep
Romney buck, five two-year-olds,
three Kamboulets; two Guernsey
bulls, one yearling, one two-year-old.
Albert Hill, Wamic, Oregon.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
, Department of The Intreior
U. S. Lund Office at The Dalles,
Oregon, January 18, 102'J.
None is hereby given that
Glen W. Powers
of Maupin, Or.;(n, who, on, May
8, 1926 made homestead entiy un
der act December 29, 1916, No.
024875 and on July 20, 1928 made
additional II. E. 025355 also under
act December 29, 1916, for lot 3,
section 4, lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, SEVi
NW4, section 7, lots 1, 3, 4, 6, 7,
SE1 SW'i, section 18, lots 2, 3,
section 19, township 6-south, range
14-east, Willamette merdian, has
filed notice of intention to make
final proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before F. D.
Stuart, United States commissioner
at Maupin, Oregon, on the 4th day
of March, 1929.
Claimant names as witnesses: W.
L. Fischer, Albert E. Troutman,
Frank Lister, Oliver Resh all of
J-24 F-28. J. W. DONNELLY, Reg.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that James O'Connor, Executor of
the Will and Estate of Mathew
O'Connor, deceased, has filed in the
County Court of Wasco County,
State of Oregon, his final accont as
Executor, and that Monday, the
11th day of February, .1929, 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 aad the settlement thereof.
J3-F6 ' Executor.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of The Interior
U. S. Land Office at The Dalles,
Oregon. Dec. 10, 1928.
Notice is hereby, given that
William M. Cott
of Shaniko, Oregon, who, on April
fnurJy. January U. 102).
t i vl ; ma - , .- -
REPORT OF CONDITION OF
The Maupin State Bank
AT MAUPIN, COUNTY OF WASCO, OREGON,
At slose of busiue.s December 31, 1928.
Loans and discount 182.665.lt
Bonds, securities, etc .1 19,603.00
Banking hone $5200.00, furniture and fixtures $2190.00 7,390.00
Real itUtt owned other than bunking house - 6,473.61
Due from bunks, cash and cash items 84.238.40
Total $ 219,341.99
CapiUl stock paid in $ 25.000.00
Undivided profits net 10.08J.00
Dtmund deposit! 169,701.12
Time certificates - 60,561.87
Total .'. $ 219,341.99
STATE OF OREGON, County of Wasco- .v
I, F. D. Stuart, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swtur that
tha above statumcnt is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
I V. D. STUART, Cashier.
L. C. HENNEGHAN,
LAWRENCE S. STOVALL,
Subscribed und sworn to before me this 6th duy of January, 1929.
(Seal) GEO. -MCDONALD, Notary Public.)
My comiiisioon expirw. January 10, 1932.'
10, 1925, mult L'(;t".stcml cur."
under Act December 29, 1916, No.
023485 and on March 15, 1927,
made additional H. E., 02.VJ50 also
under Act December 29, 1916, for
SWV4, NH SEU, Sec. 14 Town
ship 7-South, Runge 16-East, Will
intention to make final three year
proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before II. C.
Roopor, Notary Public, at Antelope,
Oregon, on the 1st day of February
Claimant names as witnesses:
Claud Guyton, Arthur Wallace,
Otic Proflltt, Thomns 0. Miller all
of Shaniko, Oregon.
D13-J10 J. W. Donnelly, Reg.
SALE OF REAL PROPERTY
In the Circuit Court of Th Stat
Oregon For Wco County
STATE LAND BOARD OF 1 HE
STATE OF OREGON,
Bert McCrcady, Carrrie F. Mc
Cready, D. B. Appling, Thomas Moss,
Muggie Moss, E. K. Moss and the
First National Bank of llanford,
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 ot the State of Ore
gon, for the County of Wa. co, to
me directed and dated the 31st day
of December, 1928, upon a decree
for the foreclosure of a certain
mortgage, and judgment rndrcd
and entered in said Court on the
31st day of December, H"(', in the
above entitled cause, in favor 'f the
Plaintiff and against the Dcicnd
ants, Bert McCready, Currie r.
McCrcady, and D. B. Appling, as
judgment debtors, in the sum of
Seven Hundred Dollars, with iiiter
e t thereon from tie 13th day of
April, 1927, at the rate of 6 Jjci
cent, rer annum, and 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, and commanding me
to make sale of the real property
embraced in such decree of fore
clo;.ure and hereinafter described,
I will, on the 11th duy of February
1929, at the hour, of 10 o'clock, in
the forenoon of said diy, and at
the front door of the Cimnty Court
House in DaLlcs City, Wasco Coun
ty, Oregon, sell at pubfic auction to
the highest bidder for C4inh in hand,
all the right, title and Interest which
the . Defendants Bert McCready,
Carrie F. McCready and D. B.
Appling, Thomas Mos.:, Maggie
Moss, E. K. Moss, and the First
National Bank of Hatiford, Cali
fornia 0 r either of fnem had on
the 2nd day of October, 1917, the
date of the mortgage foreclosed
herein, or which Buch Defendants or
any of the Defendants, herein, have
iince acquired, or now bave in and
to the following demcribed real
property, situate and being in Was
co County, Oregon, towit:
The west half of ttoe southeast
quarter (W SEV), the east half
of the southwest quarter (EV4
SWV4), section five (5); the north
half of the northcatt quarter (N
NEtt), rection seven (7); the
north half bf the northwest quarter
(NVa NWU), section right (8),
township seven (7) south, range
fifteen (16) east, of Willamette
Meridian, containing 320 acres, or
so much 0f said property as will
satisfy said judgment and decree,
with costs and accruing costB.
Said property will" be sold subject
to confirmation and redemption as
by law provided. '
Dated at The .Dh.'Icr, Oregon,
this 31st day of Decctnbor, 1928.
Sheriff of Wa:co Connty, Oregon,
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and Mr. Semmes will send
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