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THE MAtTIIN TIMES
TlninJpy Januory, 81, 1029.
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAfER
C. W. Scramei, Editor
C W. Semmn and E. R. Semraci
FubKshed every Thursday at
Subscription: One ver, $1.50: , ix : to Washington, D. C, has been an
months, $1.00: three month. BOcts. jnouncwI b? the Unicn Pacific on ,c-
-fr-r , , ,- ., count of the inntirguration of
Entered as second class mail mat- . , . r, . .. , .
. c . , , . President Elect Herbert Hoover
ter September 8, 1914. at tne post-' jjarch 4
office at Maunln, Oreon. undr th. i , . , , , .. , . .
a v o ic-e The special low fare tickets will
Act l Jiarch 8. IS v 6. , , , oe .
-be on sale February 25, 26 and 27
Al. Smith and Herbert Hoover
rn, t.i n -j t j
Felle Isle, Florida, on Tuesday.
They iwapped jokes about the past
campaign and had a jolly good
time. Smith hs boon crednted as
iv r,; I,;. .:.k v.-
m.v. auAiu llio tlSIl WlLIl 1113 MIL- '
cessful opponent he congratulated
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oovcr on his winning th? election.
After the wit he was interviewed
hv fkm w
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following words, the gist of his re
marks, which covered a great do?,1
of ground although couched in few
"I wished him health and happi-
ness. I congratuhted him. I wi li
ed him success and I meant it."
None but a true American would
have given voice to such sentiments 1 " ash"1?ton wnl be held at Olympia,
end with Mr. Smith, we believe he ! Washi,,Jrton, on February 2, accord
mernt all he said. in to tne Provision- of a senate
,.-..,... resolution which will be introduced
NEWSPAPER BENEFITS TOVN ;Mon.ily by the Senate Fisheries
Committee. All fish laws concern
When 'it comes to developing the ( inS the Columbia river must be
industrial pro perity of the country, ,a-rccd UP" ir a ioint meeting of
the spirit of the local newspaper is .'committees from the two legisla
pp.rt of the efficiency cf the nation iture according to a contract be
from that standpoint. Promoting ;tween the tw0 states which was
successful indu. tries and the main-1 ratified in 1918 h? the Federal
tenance of payrolls in a community j Congress. Any law which is not
.and making it known as a payroll ; agreed upon in this conference and
center, is identifying a newspaper PB?sed in both "-tates is not legal,
with the most constructive line of I 1,19 committee from Oregon will
progress that touches the hopes and consist of five senators appointed
lives of more people and more fami- h? the President of the Senate and
lies thrn any other one single idea five Representatives named by the
of development. j.peaker of th house, with a similar
Reader arc vitially int?rcstcd in ! delegation from Wrshington. A
licnl industrial condlii -rs and a - number of hills are to he brought up
nrwirnper is th cf-r.i.ral organ 'm t,;e m(''-u'!1i-' concerning gear,
wh;ch kc-e:) .h:m inf-.:-ied on such ,rT"'P"lnt. s.-si?on, etc. After a
subjects end b-i.v! v?i rhe spirit of '' is l'Pi by this confer
fenthusias,i!, p-'-f'- r.'id confidence in :er'cp 'xt ,n'Ust bc paffd in identical
the lomM-.niiy, '.v..(, ;n turn, in- word in each Etate legislature,
spir--"! th iiiv'.it'iuiiit of capital, ex-
pans ..i cf aciivitv : r.c employment
of labor in ill line'. Industrialism
and prosperity make happy homes
and law-abiding citizens and tax
payers. SAFEGUARDING SAVINGS
Many dollars and many regrete jlett, of Hood River county, when
would be saved yearly if investor,, 'quentioned concerning a bill he in
would seek competent advice before jtroduced into the House during the
hazarding hard earned savings J current legislative session. His bill
"Ask your banker or any good proposes to amend an Oregon law
hanker," is always a proper fin.t ;to do away with Washington's birth
Inove day as a school holiday.
The investor generally does not Representative Hazlett pointed
wish to take 'chances. The banker out that under the present law it
is familiar with investment pitfall:, 'is nece sary for school to be called
We sometimes think him too con- 'for at least "an hour and a half be
svrvative. But he can help you se- fore dismissal for the holiday. In
!e?t a gilt-c-dcre bond or can put you rural districts where it is neces ary
m loucn wim lorn? established m- .to transport the pupils to and from
v. tnent houses that he knows to be school, the day is not only disrupt
reputable and who will gladly give led but there is a needless expense
you expert advice. lto the district.
Perhaps you have the urge of j It is the opinion of Representa
this much-headlined speculative Ve Kazlett that holidays have in
wnve Hurry to that same banker :( -eased beyond reason, both for the
faster than ever, before some stock js:hools and the businc s world,
sale, man or promoter has that itch- Banks, he said, are beginning to
in? money placed on a "sure shot." protest at the number of legal holi
Ynur brn!,-er will refer you to .a davs which interfere with than-
good brokerage house that is - mem-
Der of one or nore of our great
city stock exchanges, and again you
will be given expert advice and ex
planation in selecting eithar a
itable or specMative listed sto-1:.
A carful check up of the p.j.r!t
y..n ce doine. Vusiness wit", is the
greatest single factor in the success
ful investment of savings and no
doubt much more important than
the average person's attempt to
sum up the merit of a specific se
curity. Most of us common mortals can
not see into the u ual financial
statement much farther than we
can see hrough the cast iron in a
new automobile' motor when we lift
v shining hood.
FEDERAL ROAD AID
In the last 10 year:, according to
the American Automobile Associa
tion, the Federal government has
spent $614,000,000 for roads. This
averages slightly le s than $3 each
per year for the motor vehicles now
TWe is no rn-n proflt-ihle way
'' :---:T;nr ;".ib!!--- fui-Js thim in
wWrrt''ic bi:;lv;:.y l.t'iMiji.? !i;id it is
to be b.pocl th-t. in tha future, the
povf rnmeut will er.nlimie cxperdi
iur"s f-.,r road pn porlimal? to the
national income ar.d the need for
'j'K'h improvements. Highways at
tract industry and trade, develop
agricultural districts and advance
onr economic and social civilization.
LOW FARE ARRANGED FOR
INAUGURATION MADE BY U. P.
Tickets on SaU February 25, 20 and
27 Man- From West to Go
Fare and one-half for th round
trip from Pacific Northwest point
land the final return limit will be
March 15. Faa engers can take ad
vantage of the reduced rate to visit
other eastern points, although the
te applies only to Washington, D.
' A. , ' . . . .
C. The tickets will be good for
stop-overs at all points west of
Chicago and at points east of Chi
cago where stop-overs are allowed
ion TQgnlaT one-way tickets. A sav
ing of $37.06, for example, is ef-
, fected by buying a ticket at the
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S anu return.
HOLD JOINT FISH CONFERENCE
Oregon and Washington to Get To
gether on Fih Law
(Voter Reporting Service)
A joint fish conference with
FUNNY BEE IN HIS BONNET
Would Do Away With Washington's
Holidays have reached their
zenith, especially school holidays,
said Representative James H. Haz-
SENATOR KUCK GOES VISITING
As Member of Committee Calls on
(Oregon Reporting Service)
Senator Henry Kuck, of Warco
county, was one of a legislative com
mittee of four who left Salem on
Saturday morning at 8 o'clock to in
spect the St. Agnes Home at Oregon
City, the Baby Home at Portlid
and the Christy Home at Oswego.
The committee made the trip by
Molalla Electric line to be ex
tended to farmers from Liberal
Grants Pass Oregon Caves to
get $3g,000 improvements.
Klamath Fall'. Oregon Bank and
Trust company to stort construction
of new building in June.
Echo Star theater reopens.
Ka'mier X'. S. government will
o.r.tr.tn:ct three dike;; at iiftier end
-f Walk'-r island on lower Columbia
river, to preserve alignment and
keep channel Trom shifting.
KJ'iijviih Falls Fountain-Campbell
lumber company, located 40
miles east of here, doubling capacity
Wheeler New mink farm started
with capacity of 40 pairs.
Medford Henry Lumber com
pany incorporates for $250,000.
OREGON NEWS NOTES
Vale Contract to be let for
bridge at junction of new stretch of
Central Oregon highway with old
piece of road.
Scio Establishment of sawmills
in den, e forests east of town plann
ed. Klamath Falls, with total 1928
construction of $'J55,046, was
fourth city in state.
Sutherlin Union Oil company
seeking location for tank service
Warrenton -Trouty Lumber &
jBox company resumes operations
after completing extensive repair
Arlington Union Oil company
plans erection of super-service sta
tion to cost approximately $0,000.
Klamath Fall Extensive changes
and improvements made to Hotel
Willard coffee shop.
Salem New office building will
be erected as addition to capitol
La Pine Work started 'on 12.25
mile grading contract on Fremont
highway from this place to
Linnton Western Oil and Re
fining company will con truct $500,
000 oil distribution plant here.
GleYidale Construction on new
$10,000 city hall progressing fast.
Klamath Falls Klamath- county
and city isolation hospital complete.)
at cost of $12,000.
Corvalli: Lions club 'recenty st
more than 1.000 trees along high
way to Philomath.
Internal Medicine for
pait fifteen years
DOES NOT OPERATE
Will be at
THE DALLES HOTEL
Tues. and Wed., Ftb. 12.1:5
Office Hours: 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
TWO DAYS ONLY
No Charge for Consultation
Dr. Mellenthin is a regular grad
uate in medicine and surgery and
ii licensed by the state of Oregon.
He does not operate for chronic
appendicitis, gall stones, ulcers of
stomach, tonsils or adenoids.
He haj to his credit wonderful
results in dLeases of the stomach,
aver, Dowels, mood, skin, nerves
heart, kidney, bladder, bed wetting,
catarrh, weak lung-.-, rheumatism,
sciatica, leg ulcers and rectal ail
ments. Below are the names of a few of
his many satisfied patients in Ore
gon who have been treated for one-
or the other of the above named
II. H. Blake, Marshfield.
Elmer Booker, Condon.
Thos. Burke, Willamina.
Mrs. M. R. Cooper, Oregon City.
D. G. Horn, Bonanza.
E. M. Hurt, Arlington.
Mrs. George W. Mathes, Ash
Remember above date, that con
sultation on this trip will be free
and that hi- treatment is different.
Married women must be accom
panied by their husbands.
Address: 224 Bradbury Bldg.,
Los Angeles, California.
The Time;; is in the market for
some clean cotton rags. Will pay
good money for about 20 pounds.
PIGS FOR SALE About 30
feeder pigs for sale also six brood
sow:. Call Bert Scott, Wamic,
FURS BOUGHT Highest market
price. Prompt returns. O. N.
Flinn, 612 E. Second Street,
The Dalle:, Oregon. 7-t3
FOUND Pair of gold bow rimless
spectacles. Owner may have
same by calling at this office,
identifying glas es and paying for
this advertisement. 48-tf
FOR SALE A Nn. 6 Melottc cnn
s-'cpuHor, $.'0.00;' Vugban wn"l
saw, $50.00; set of heavy harm."
cheap; one li.tiht harness, also
cheap... Mrs. Anna Bradway,
Smock Prairie. 45-tf
FOR SALE 12-foot McCormick
header, in first class condition.
Price $160.00. Ed. Herrling.
WILL SELL FINE PIANO for
balance due on contract. Easy
terms to responsibly party. Write
Continental Security company,
FOR SALE New Zealand sheep
Komney buck, five two-year-olds,
three Ramboulcts; two Guernsey
bulls, one yearling, one two-year-old.
Albert Hill, Wamlc, Oregon.
NOTICE CF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice is hiroby given that Lena
Gosch, administratrix of the estate
'of lU'iiry Coach, deceased, hns filed
in the Count Court of Wa. co county,
'State of Oregon, her final account
as such administratrix, and that
.Monday, the 11th day of March,
! 1920, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock
a. m.. has been fixed by said court
as the time for heuring of objoc-
i tions to ; aid report and settlement
J31-F21 , ' Adminisratrix.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON
For Waico County
Docket No. 4(517 In Equity
STATE LAND HOARD CF THE
STATE OF OREGON, Plaintiff.
Mary Tack, Thomas Pack, Sttlla
Oud . Laura HavUiind and Frank
To Thoma-, Pack, Defendant.
In the name of the State of Ore
gon: You are hereby required to
appear and answer the complaint
filed against you in the above en
titled suit within four weeks from
the date of the first publication, or
within four weeks of the date of per
sonal rcrvice of this summons upon
you outside of the State of Qregon,
and if you fail to so answer, for
want thereof, the pliintiff will
apply to the court for the relief de
pended in the complaint herein,
viz, the foreclosure of a certnin
mortgnte secured upon the SE'i
SW",, the SW'4 SE'4. Section 18.
and the N'i NE'i. Section 19.--Tp.
I S of U 12 K. W. M., container
in V.'a co
Mi! stpply f.
r nn urder of
r.-; ' ";-ry iVck m-d Laura Havi
land in iho sum of $700.00, with in
terest thereon at the rate of 6 per
cen per annum from September 21,
192G until paid, and for the further
um of $75.00 attorney's fees, and
for its costs and disbursements in
This summons is published by or
der of Honorable Fred W. WiLon,
judge of the above entitled court by
order made and entered under date
of January 25, 1929. First publica
tion of this summons in The Mau
pin TimeB, under date of January
31, 1929, and last publication under
date of February 21, 1929.
C. L. GAVIN,
Attorney for Plaintiff
Re idence and postoffice address:
502 1st Ntl. Bank Bldg., The Dalles,
Oregon. J 31-F 21.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of Tha Intreior
U. S. Land Office at The Dalles,
Oregon, January 18, 1929.
Nolic is hereby given that
Glen W. Powers
of Maupin, Or'.rn, who, on, May
8, 1926 made homestead entry un
der act December 29, . 1916, No.
024875 and on July 20, 1928 made
additional II. E. 025355 also under
tct December 29, 1916, for lot 3,
section 4, lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, SEVi
NW'i, i:ection 7, lots 1, 3, 4, 6, 7,
SE'4 SW'4, section J8, lota 2, 3,
section 19, township 6-south, range
11-east, Willamette merdian, has
filed notice of intention to make
final proofs 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
11lh dfiy of February, 1929, at the
h'.'ifi.l' 10:00 o'clock a.'m., hns been
f !xi d by smM Court as the time for
the hearing of objections to said re
iv rt and the r ettlement thereof.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Departm'ent of The Interior
U. S. Land Office at The Dalles,
Oregon. Dec. 10, 1928.
Notice is hereby given that
' William M. Gott
of Shaniko, Oregon, who, on April
REPORT OF CONDITION OF
The Maupin State Bank
AT MAUPIN, COUNTY OF WASCO. OREGON,
At close of busino s December 31, 1U28.
Loam and discount $ 182,565.19
Bonds, securities, etc 19,603.00
Banking hou e $5200.00, furniture and fixtures $2190.00 7,390.00
Real estate owned other than banking house 5,473.01
Due from batiks, cash and ca.h items 34.238.40
Capital stock paid in $ 25,000.00
Undivided profits net 10,089.00
Demand deposit; 10lT.70I.12
Time certificates 60,651.87
Total $ 249,341.99
STATE OF OKKGON, County of Vaaco- m.
I, F. D. Stuart, civshu r of the above nnmid bank, do solemnly nwear that
tha above slutciuciit is true to the b.tit of my knowledge and belief.
F. D. STUAKT, Cashier.
CO RKl'XT Attest:
L. C. HUNNEGHAN,
LAWKKNCK S. STOVALL,
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of January, 1929.
(Seal) CF.O. MCDONALD, Notary Public.
My conunissioon expire:; January 10, 1932.
10, 1925, nial'.- lici'.tcad c-vr;
under Act December 29, KMC, No.
023485 and on March 15 1927,
made additional H. K., 025250 also
under Act December 29, 19 1, for
SWU, N'.4 SKU, Sec. II Town
ship 7-South, Range lC-Kuist, Will
intention to make final three year
proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before 11. C.
Rooper, Notary Public, at Antelope,
Oregon, on the 1st day of February
Claimant names as witnesses:
Claud Guyton, Arthur Wallace,
Otic Proffitt, Thomas 0. Miller alt
of Shaniko, Oregon.
D13-J10 J. W. Donnelly, Reg.
SALE OF REAL PROPERTY
In th Circuit Court of The S'afa of
Oregon For Waco County
STATE LAND BOARD OF II IE
siA'iK ui' (!:ki;o,
ITt M t rvady, C.irni,: K
Ci-endy, D. I',. Ailiut. lho.u;.
Maggie Moss, E. K. Moss mid Uk
First National Bank of Hanfurd,
California, a Corporation,
BY VIRTUE cf uu cxicuuuii, de
cree and order of mlc, duly issued
out of and under the neul of the
Circuit Court of the SUtte of Ore
gon, for the County of Wa co, to
me directed and dated Uio 31st day
of December, 192N, upon a decree
for the foreclosure of a certain
mortgage, and judgment rendered
and entered in said Court on the
31st day of December, nJtf, ii tne
above entitled cause, in favor :" ihe
Plaintiff and againut the Deu "I
ants, Bert McCready, Carrie 1.
McCready, and D. B. Appling, as
judgment debtors, in the sum of
Seven Hundred iKjllars, with inter
e t thereon from the 13th day of
April, 1927, at the ra:e of 6 per
cent, per annum, and fie further
sum of Seventy Five dollars
as attorney's fee.,, and the further
sum of Forty Two and 40-100 Dol
lars, costs, und tho costs of and up
on this Writ, and commanding int
to muke sale of the real property
embraced in such decree of fore
clo; ure and hereinafter described,
I will, on the 11th day of February
1929, at the hour of 10 o'clock, in
the forenoon of said day, and at
the front door of the County Court
House in. Dalles City, Wasco Coun-
ty, Oregon, sell at public auction to
the highest bidder for cash in hand,
all the right, tiUe and interest which
the Defendants Bert McCready,
Carrie F. McCready and D. B.
Appling, Thomas Mos , Maggie
Moss, E. K. Mobs, and the First
National Bank of Hanford, Cali
fornia 0 r either of them had 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 nnd
to the following described real
property, situate and being in Was
co County, Oregon, to-wit:
The west half of the southeast
quarter (W SEW), the east half
of the southwest quarter ( E
SW'4), section five (5); the north
half of Ihe northeast quarter (N
NE xk ) , tection seven (7); the
north hfclf of the northwest quarter
(N KWVi), section eight (8),
township) seven (7) south, ransco
fifteen (15) cast of Willamette
Meridian, containing 320 acres, or
so mwjh f,f said property as will
satisfy said judgment and decree,
with costs and accruing costs.
SaH property will be sold subject
to confirmation and redemption as
by law provided.
Ds.ted at The Dalles, Oregon,
thb Blst day of December, 1928.
Sheriff of Warco County, Oregon.
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