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AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER
C W. Semmes, Editor
C W. Sinnti end E. R. Stmmti
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months, $1.00; three months, 60cts.
Entered as second clasa mail mat
ter September 8, 101 1, at the post
office at Slaupin, Oreon, undr thy
Act cf March S, 1S76.
The following pupils from the
Primary grades have received cer
tificates in writing: Laurel Hart
man and Everett Hammer. Herbert
Wall and Frances McCoy received
buttons at the same time; all being
In the Fourth grade. Third graders
to be honored were Harvey Wall,
Wallace Woodside, Winnifred Mc
Coy. Agnes Lewis of the Second
grade als0 received a button.
Program and Basket Social
The Primary and Intermediate
grades are sponsoring a program
and basket social, to be held at the
cchool on the evening of February
16, at 8:00 o'clock, weather condi
tions permitting. The main feature
of the program will be a playbt en
titled "Cousin Susan's Jade Ear
ring," in two acts. The offering is
a comedy and contains many ludi
crous ituations. The grades will
be assisted by some members of the
High school in the program. The
purpose of the entertainment is to
rat e funds with which to purchase
needed things, such as a rtiano bench
and curtains to be used in the pro
gram. Debate Season On
The debate season L on. The lo
cal High school is represented by
. four strong speakers and one loquaci
ou alternate. A great deal of study
and, thought has been exercised in
presenting the question "The Fed
eral Child Labor Amendment and
we are expecting our team to credit
ably represent the school.
Only two schools in Wa co coun
ty are clashing in this annual state
wide debate Wapinitia and The
Dalles. By mutual agreement the
debates will be held, one at Wap
initia and the other at The Dalles,
on February 19. Marion O'Brien
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EXPERT yfmYk GENUINE
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This service is always available at .
Tipton & Manchester
Chevrolet Dealers, The Dalles, Oregon
and Robert Holraan, af f irmative '
pcakers, will debate at The Dalles,
v !a Powell and Marion Howard, on
the negative, will debate here.
Roscoe Batty is the alternate.
Short School Notes
Robert Hollman U making his
h.-.i,),uinrtnr t tha E. A. Hart man
home during the inclement weather
,nd bad roads.
Melvin Walters b trying tC keep
an open trcil between his home and
'he ehool. o
, Wilbur Mathews walked seven
mile, thru the snow Tuesday morn
ing to renew acquaintance with his
fellow students and Prof. Broughton.
He spent the night with Marion O'
Our school janitors have been do
ing double duty these past two wceko
carrying in extra supplies of wood
and sweeping paths. Franks saya
carrying water and thawing drink
ing fountains it the most fun.
Recess time findj the High school
and grade boys battling for posses
sion of a snow covered ha ket ball
Sixteen inches of snow is being
rapidly converted into a hard floor
for our playing court
Frank Hackler, Marion O'Brien
and Robert Hollman helped Mr.
Broughton initiate a new set ' of
"Lindy" last week. Incidentally
considerable work on the debate
que. tion was accomplished.
Prof. Broughton and wife motor
ed to Maupin last Wednesday night
to meet the latter's sister, Mrs. F.
E. Stangland of Madras, whose visit
was occasioned by the 7th birthday
of her nephew, Don. The two
ladies made a short call at the school
Wapinitia's games with Maupin
were called off Thursday night of
last week, due to bad weather and
Crystal Hartman and Wilton Mc
Coy, ex-graduates, will assLt in a
play connected with the basket so
cial being arranged by the elemen
tary department of our school. .
"Those of our pupils who have
been mowed in are back again,
chey being Melvin Walters, Roscoe
Batty and Wilbur Mathews. The
Freshmen of the High school are
selecting a play to be put on in the
Principal Broughton has had his
troubls also,, but has managed to
make the trip to and from school
thu. far but says he will have to get
wings for the Essex if the snow gets
fc to , r t.
We have in our shop all the necessary tools for
fixing the Chevrolet right. Take for example the
main bearing reamer. All the main bearings are
reamed in one operation to the exact size. This be
ing the case, they must be in line. We also have
our own Reboring Tools and Hone for fitting over
size pistons if the Engine becomes badly worn in
use or neglect. These are only two of the special
tools to be found in our modern shop- Over head
track and carriage with necessary stands for motors
and other parts with all necessary tool3 are to be
found. But these tools would be of no use if we did .
not have men who knew how to use them. To get
the men there is only one way that is to train
them. They have in Portland a complete shop and
ask us at least once .a year to send our men for a
five day period of training. All our men except one
have been through the school at least twice. They
are going again on February of this year, including
the man that has not been there. Our service fore
man has been through the school at least three
times besides other courses of one or ' two days
each. We have not a man in our; employ who has
not been with us two years or more.
any deeper. Rcccoe Batty tin
Liwie was towed to Brown'u service
station and for the past 10 days
Roscoe, with the other Batty child
ren, has had to walk, catch on, it ay
over night or. In extreme weather,
stay at home. All the other drivers
stopped driving except Ellwyn Stur-
,s. wn. Wlu ' r' "uw
in Dclor nd. dnv,,n th?
! Moat Delore believes In auto traf-
.to in winter. When the snow to
at its worst last week he plowed the
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roau lrum a" vv w
;Now let's hear from thae farmers
who have horses m other sectiona,
The market road needs plowing bad
Sorrow is depicted on the faces
of tome of our Juniors. A several
of the upper classmen are prepar
ing for the debate with The Dalles,
Prof. Broughton recently suggested
that the "rest of us" prepare a
Wapinitia basketball playen:
visited the Dufur team on Friday,
January 25. Although the score
was very much unbalanced in favor
of Dufur, the Wapinitia player are
not convinced that Dufur has the
better team, The "Cyclones" only
wished to rhow what they could do
with so little practice.
Frank Wilson, 78-year-old black
smith of Omaha, has invented an air
plane propeller with curved ends
I which he believes posse, ses many ad-
advantages over the ordinary kind.
With twisted strands between
which garments may be huerted, a
new clothesline eliminates the use of
Protected , by a strong spring, a
new valve for gas ranges can not be
opened accidently. .
Antiseptic paper sheets for cover
ing telephone mouthpieces is an En
glish invention for preventing the
spread of diseae germs.'
Operated by compressed air, a
powerful new hoisting apparatus can
lift 10 tons to a height of 16 feet. .
Dr. Frank G. Atwood of New
Haven, Conn., announces the dis
covery of a vaccine for the preven
tion of influenza.
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PROVIDES PENALTY FOR
SELLING TO MINORS
Senator Dun Hit et Club Which
Pay License Yet Peddle
(Voter Reporting Service)
Salem, Feb. 7. "The penalties
for selling intoxicating liquer to
nrnors are to small, tney nereiy
pay the fines ail go ahead as It is
now," said Orator George W
rum, of Ashland, "and for th!
rem on senate bill No. 27 changing
such an act to a felony, punishable
by imprisonment in the penitentiary
has been introduced."
'They have all kinds of methods
for evading the law. These kidu go
out to a public dance and get drunk
and dance until far after 12 o'clock.
As this is against the law in a pub
lic dance hall they have invented
so called clubs, where they pay to
much and become a member. These
clubs are not required to have a
license. Tl;y join one night and
then forget all about it until the
next time. To remedy this titua
tion I have introduced a bill includ
ing these so 'called clubs under the
public dance hall license act."
Mr: Dunn reports that there has
been a great deal of trouble in all
countie, especially farming section,
where' young boys drive to a distance
from their homes and attend these
dances where liquor ia freely sold.
Several sheriff's have asked help in
competing with such situation as
the organization of the:e clubs ere
Chmgo in Drivers-
Jack Ingram, who for some time
past hrs, been connected with the
Spkkerman truck service a. driver,
has succeeded Johnny McLeod as
driver of the bread truck of the Ore
gon bakery, making, his first trip
yesterday. Jack is a steady young
man and will give customers of the
bakery first class service.
A mcs age from his wife, who ia
r.t the home of their daughter in
Seattle, on Tuesday, conveyed the
information that Arthur Creighton
ind wife were ' grandparents, a
daughter having been born to their
daughter that day. Arthur says
the experience of being a grand
dad is something new, and that he
will have to get used to the appella
tion. PAGE, LINE AND PARAGRAPH
A Unce-e. Week Service to Weeklies
This year Oregon honey is poorer
in quality and less in quantity than
in past years, finds the experiment
station. Growers who find their ithe date of the first publication-, or
honey dark and strong may get some i within four weeks of the i:.to of per
white eastern Oregon nl'nlfa honey jonal tervice of this fimmoi, t:;nri
to mix with their own, making a you outside of the State of Orv;- n,
pleosins blend. The mixing may be and if you fail to so aniwer, for
dene while the honey is Ftill hotjwnnt thereof, the phlntiff will
nfter b-injf moiled ml of the cans, 'apply to the court for the nA'ft d"
This iirprwes both the color and fla- nwinded in the cfiuipuiiut herein,
vor. " iviz, tho foreclosure of a certnin
The demand for manure in farm- mortgate secured upon tho SE14
ing has increased so greatly that we SW',4, the SW'4 SEU, Section 18,
now bring in goat manure by the and the N NEV4, Section 19. 'Tp.
boatload from South America. This 1 S of R 12 E. W. M., containing
manure is landed along the eastern 160 acres in Wa co County, Ore
coast, principally Flordia, and gon, and will apply for an order of
largely' goes into the making of
mixed commercial fertilizers.
OREGON NEWS NOTES
Seventeen miles of new power
lines opened in Clackamas county
; recently, extending from, Liberal to
jOi.on ana proviuing electric service iv -"uv" "u
for 110 farmer;. this ruit
St. Halen $5,610 contract This summons is published by or
awarded for installation of new der of Honorable Fred W. Wil on,
Baker "Baker Morning Demo
crat and "Evening Herald" con
CANNED HUCKLEBERRIES I
have several cases if huckle
berries for Bale at $6.00 per case.
Will sell quart cans at 60 cents
each. Berries were canned in the
field and are nice, large and
fresh. Call on Nick Karolus.
FOR SALE New,, Zealand sheep
Ronyley buck, five two-year-olds,
three Ramboulets; two Guernsey
bulls, one yearling, one two-year-old.
Albert Hill, Wamlc, Oregon.
PIGS FOR SALE About 30
feeder pigs for sale also six brood
sows. Call Bert Scott, Wamic,
-. Oregon. 7-t2
FOR SALE 12-foot McCormick
header, 'in first class condition.
Price' $160.00. Ed. H.errllng,
FOR SALE A No. 6 Melotte cream
separtor, $50.00; Vaughan wood
saw, $50.00; set of heavy harness,
,. cheap ; one light harness, also
cheap.. Mrs. Anna Bradway,
Smock Prairie. 45-tf
FOUND Pair of gold bow rimless
spectacles. Owt.er may have
same by calling at this office,
identifying glus.es and paying for
this advertisement. 43-tf
WILL SELL FINE PIANO for
balance due on contract. Easy
terms to responsibly party. Write
Continental Security company,
Americas Bank building, Port-
. land, Orwgon. 2-U
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of The lotreior
U. S. Land Office at The Dalles,
Oregon, January 18, 1929.
Notic is hereby given thut .
Clea W. Power
of Maupin, Or.sc n, who, on, May
8, 1920 made homestead entry un
der act December 29, 1016, No.
024875 and on July 20, 1928 made
additional II. E. 025355 also under
act December 29, 1910, for lot 3,
section 4, lots 2. 3, 4, 5, 0, SEtt
NWK, tectum 7, lots 1, 3, 4, 6, 7,
SEVi SWtt, section 18, lots 2, 3,
section 19, township C-suulh, range
14-eaat, Willamette mordiun, hue
filed notice of intention to. make
final proof, to establish claim to the
land above-described, before F. V.
Stuart, United States commissioner
at Maupin, Oregon, on the 4 th day
of March, 1929.
Claimant names as witnesses: W.
L Fischer, Albert E. Troutmon,
Frank Lister. Oliver Ilesh all of
J-24 F-28. J. W. DONNELLY, Re
NOTICE CF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice is hereby given that Lenn
Gosch, admlnitrntrix of the estate
of Henry Gosch, deceased, has filed
In the Count Court of Wa co county,
State of Oregon, her final account
as such administratrix, and thftt
Monday, the 11th day of March,
1929, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock
a. m,, hat been fixed by said court
as the time for hearing of objec
tlons to raid report and settlement
J31-F21 - Admlnisrotrlx
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON
For Wasco County
Docket No. 4017 In Equity
TATE LAND BOARD CF THE
STATE OF OREGON, Phinliff.
Mary Pack, Thomas Pack, Stelln
Oadc, Laura Ilaviland and Frank
To Thomaj Pack, Defendant.
In the name of the Stato of Ore
gon: You are hereby required to
appear and answer thu complaint
filed against you in the above en
titled suit within four waeks from
sale cf the property so described,
and will apply for Judgment
against Mary Pack and Laura Ilavi
land in the sum of $700.00, with in
terest thereon at the rate of 0 per
cen per annum from September 21,
, 1926 until paid, and for the further
of 576.00 attorney's lees, and
juage oi tne BDove enuuea court Dy
order made and entered under date
of January 25, 1929. First publica
tion of this summons in The Mau
pin Times, under date of January
SI, 1929, and last publication under
date of February 21, 1929.
C. L. GAVIN,
, Attorney for Plaintiff
Rer idence . and postoffice address:
602 1st Ntl. Bank Bldg., The Dalles,
Oregon. J Sl-P 21.
SALE OF REAL PROPERTY
fa the Circuit Court of The State of
Oregon For Wasco County
STATE LAND BOARD OF THE
STATE OF OREGON,
Bert McCready, Carrrie F. Mc
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 Wacco, to
me directed and dated the 31st day
of. December, 1928, upon a decree
for the foreclosure of a certain
mortgage, and judgment rendered
and entered in said Court on the
31nt day of December, 1928, in the
above entitled cause, in favor of the
I'laintiff and against the Defend
ants, Bert Mctready, 'Carrie V.
McCready, and D. II. Appling, as
Judgment debtors, in the sum of
Seven Hundred Dollars, with inter
e t thereon from the 13th day of
April, 1927, at the rale of 0 per
cent, per annum, and the furtlmr
sum of Seventy five doUure
as attorneys fee., and the lurther
sum of Forty Two anJ 40-100 Dol
lars, costs, and the cunts of and up
on this Writ, and commanding me
to muke tule of the reul propetly
embraced in such docrce of fore
clo ure and hereinafter described,
I will, on the 11th duy of February
1929, at the hour of 10 o'clock, ia
the forenoon of said duy, and at
the front door of the County Court
Houss in Dulles City, Wasco Coun- '
ty, Oregon, sell at public auction to
tho highest bidder tor cash in hand,
all the right, title and Interest which
the Defendant! Bert McCready,
Carrie F. McCready and D. B.
Appling, Thomas Mos', Maggie
Moss, E. K. Moss, and the First
National Bank of Hanford, Cali
fornia o r either of them had on
the 2nd day of OetobeP, 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 and
to tho following described real
property, situate and being In Wet-
i County, Oregon, to-wlt:
Tho west hnlf of the southeast
quarter (V SE4), the east half
,f the southwest quarter (Ei
SWU), section five (5) the north
half of tho northeast quarter (Ntt
NE'A), lection seven (7); the
north half of the northwest quarter
(N'i NWK), section eight (8),
townnhip seven (7) south, tnnge
fifteen (15) enst of Wl'lamette
Meridian, containing 320 acres, or
so much 0f said property as will
satisfy said Judgment and decree,
with costs and accruing costs.
Said property will be sold subject
to confirmation and redemption ae
by lnw provided.
Dated at The D.iU?s, Oregon,
'his 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 Will and Estate of Mathew
O'Connor, deccpscd, has filed In the
County Court of Wasco County,
State of Oregon, his final accont as
Executor, and that Monday, the
Uth day of February, 1929, at the
hour of 10.00 o'clock a. m has been
fixed by snid Court as the time for
the hearing of objections to said re
port and the tettlcment thereof.
. JAMES 0'C6NN0R,
The Delles, Oregon. Phone SS-J
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