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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (May 12, 1916)
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL 2, NO. 31
MAUPIN, SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY. OREGON, FRIDAY. MAY 12, 1916
THE YEAR $1.50
Are you all coming to the pic
ric Friday?. .You shall have a
good time with plenty of enter
JLainment'; them will be the pro
i'rau). basket dinner, ball game,,
enough to fill the, day time .at
the fair grounds: then there will
be m play at the I. 0. 0. F. hall
nnd a dance in the Hi Jinks hall
at night. '" '
A gentle little snow storm vis
aed us Tuesday morning; in the
iril-s it lay on the ground a while;
but melted asfastasit fell in the
The new road has been opened
up on Tygh grade. - .' '
Miss Pearl Stillwell was home
risiting her parents Sunday, her
sister, Miss. Bertha, talcing her
tuck to Kihgslejv Monday ..:
Milt Morris and wife. and Wm
McAtee motored to The Dalits
Monday. . . ' ' . V
J. T. Harper,. G. R- Butrier
end R. Wei shack, returned Mon
day from a tour of Harney coun
ty. They started to J. T's. ranch
but he took a sick spe-11 and they
returned , before reaching the
ranch, all ..highly . pleased with
SC. S. and R. W. 'MoCorkle and
families vor callioir on Win.
McCoikles Tuesday. .. .
Geo., r osxer-is moving on t he
Base Ball Notes
Last Sunday Maupin defeated
Wamic on the Maupin diamond
by a score of 10 to 1.. Owing to
the col l, disagreeable weather as
well as other ill. features of the
game, it was not as interesting
to the spectators as it should
have been. However, with some
adjustment in the Maupin Club,
next Sunday's game at Maupin
with Moro, who have some ..of J
the best players -in; Sherman '
county, promises' to be "a closely
contested one from start to.finish
Schedule for future games are
May H Maupin vs. Moro at
May 21 Maupin vs. Gateway
A second base ball team for
Maupin has been organized as
follows: ! Ora Buzan, p; Walter
Scott, c;. Clyde William-', lb;
John Moiid, 2b; .Louis Emmons,
3bi Andrew" Cunninghan, ss; Ray.
Smith, rt; Dee.v l'othwell, cf;
George Cunningham, If. A
game with the Tygh team was
plaved at thjit place Sunday,
which is said to be t ne of the
best of the season, the ninth in
ning closing . ith a tie 3 to 8,
raising to 4 to 5 in favor of Tygh
Mr. and Mrs. Rue of Friend : this week.
Ambition is to Make Flew
Plan Operative This Yearu
; by Discarding Sacks
Spokane, Wn., ;.Ma'y ; 7, 1 1916 About COO.
farmers of the Inland Empire assembled' in
the Spokane Chamber. of Commerce'' Assembly
rooms yesterdav, ami with only five oposinjr
votes decided to handle their grain . in bulk
instead of sacks. , ,: '.
Committee Recommendations on
We -believe that ' a successful "s si em of
handling grain in bulk, depends upon the farm:.,
er providing his own storage on . the farnr,
either by bins, granaries, or .farm elevator,
where grain may be held until sold. "
It has been fully demonstrated that the pres-
in the tenth The local 2nds will em nai warehouse can De successiuuy adapted,
nlav the Fick-us at Wauiri'-ia at. comparatively smnll expense, to handling
next Sunday and the following rai 11 bulk- . ...
Full assurance has been given ' by the rail
way officials and terminal warehouses that, they
will meet farmers and interior warehousemen.
in arranging for the f ml handling .of grain iii
bulk. . ' ' '
In answer to the argument that grain must
be sacked for exportation" from the Pacific
coast, authentic .reports show that' less th$n
25 per cent of the grain from the Northwest"
is exported annually, , and ..the Panama "canal
has removed the mcessity of sacking the
greater part of the small per cvntage of the
crop that is exported.
The grain prices in the world's market are
quoted on a bulk basis, therefore there will be
no difference in the price of bulk grain or
sacked grain when the bulk system prevails
throughout tins territory. .
Since it is practically the unanimous opinion
of the 300 grain growers at this convention
that a change be made in the Inland Empire
from sacked grain to bulk grain, we therefore
urge the necessity of immediate action by the
individual farmer and the interior warehouse
companies to prov we th necessary equipment
Sunday a return game v, ith Tygh
at this place. .
wt-.T. ".isim '.Ira Rowan M-md y
; Philip McCorklu hws been haul
ing lumber to the 'fair t rounds
for handling the 101(5 crop in .bulk. United
action on the part of the farmers is essential
to the success of bulk handling of grain. . .
- . I
Have vou ever lost a crop of hay thtougfi'n'iiatf'ijr-'or
your barn and hay through spontaneous combustion?
There is one sure v to prevent this- "
USE SALT '
When you stack your hay
The Salt more than pays for itself in the weight of
the hay. There is a further train in weight through
moisture held and the stock will eat up salted hay
clean where tinsalLed hay will be mussed over and
20 pott.ds of salt should be used to each ton cf bay.
Stack three feet of hay, sprinkle the salt .-over this by
hand- Then another layer of hay, more salt, and so on,
Experiments tarried oot at the Wiscoifsin expert
ment station indicate that salt should b? supplied to
dairy cows unless the ration furnishes a a sufliciency
thereof. It is calculated that the mirnSnum quantity
in the food to keep a cow of 1000 lb live weight in
flourishing health is that which is ecftiivelant to 3-4 oz.
salt per day, and that a cow in milk meeds as much
more ivs wilt restore the propnrtfon removed in the
milk, i.aroely. a little over 1-2 oiv of salt for every 20
lb. of milfc. -. : 7 ;
Hunts Ferry Warehouse Co.
tum-A-Lum Portable Granaries;
fum-A-Liim Stationary Granaries;
iOOO biishcl Level Ground Type $232.00
Side Hill Type
We also have 0)0, 800, ,1500
2H00. 7500, and 10,000 bushel
granaries for the f,irm.
-Our Track Elevators holding from
i. .16.000 bushels and up are .modern
and very low in cost.
Free complete blue printed plans
etrl'1 gjirartte.l mat 'rial prices
'See Peter Kilburg about it'"
Tum-A-Lum Lumber Go.
Mrs, K. L. Ilauscr and Mis
Ersil Stakely came up from Tygh
Monday taking Miss Rosa Hauser
home wfter spending several days
Pr. Shannon and C. J. VanDtiyn
were business visitors hrre Tues
day from Tygh.
' District -Attorney Bell cf The
Dulles w is here Wednesday,
P. M. Stxton of The Dalles and
J.ick Rmh of Kiiile') visited this
l!a t Wcihic;day.
Mrs. V. I! Woodcock conducted
the examinations fot tin- ei-hth
grade piiils here Tlinrvlav Tlinsr
l iking the' exan'in i'i .ps were
Harry Spatt.i. Iji! SIhvII-v and
Har'ict Palniuti-tr .
Miss llpien Oowi;i!l; 'iisiiuil
Stat : ()(( i of ihc Hvs and (iii's
CI h wnik and Siiii. C, T Bonn.-'v
Vi- ti.il (he school lure Thursday.
' Dr. -nd Mrs. Short returned to
i' I'm Tin rsdav,
Keimedv md Sons shipped stv
f ral 1 1 .ds of fat hogs to the Port
land tu irket Suturdnv. '
M. Mid I. ft, Kenned made a
ri;tn Shi ar:irfSniid.iy; tho latlir
g : mi lo Porthifld tee Kennedy-,
Win Hull and Charley
'rahtree drove th liog wtgons to
Oeorge Crawford lias lpns-d the
Mit Wing pi ace.
Several persons Went from here
o Maupin Sunday to witness the
bill cunie. The Wamic boys ee
b id defeated in the Kani
; The "Bush" teml played the
SCTiol hoys here Sunday, the locals
wiiiuim the gmie by a senfe of
33 t" 3-
A ciild waVe is here since the
rains of last week and . grave fears
are fell for th- fruit crop.
Mis. Anna Grader arrived "Fri
day hrta Ashu-ond un. Uaguoit
att itC!ifi McCorkle home
Damage on Fruit
Wednesday night Maupin arid '
Tygh Valley vicinities suffered
the worst damage from - frost
ever known in this section at this
time of year, Ronneyi McAtee,
Morgensen and others of Tygh
report their fruits and some veg
tabic;.; nlnwst completely killed,
G. yy. Vanderpool's beautifal
fruit and garden outlay has met
the same fate, while the orchards
of R. Johnson on the bench north
of Maupin. are not noticibly in
jtired, nlthousrh potatoes were
touched to some extent.
The local Tum-A-Lum people
have been awarded the contract
for the construction of a wood
crib grain elevator capacity of
100,000 bushels for the Hunts
Ferry Warehouse company, to be
completed by the first of August
They have been awarded con
tracts for several other like
elevators in dlffernt sections.
iiriiv.il in Maupin
eniiif!, having nia''e
Dr. H;.t tie I
iuo ; i ir 'in rvaiue to I lie I'a' f8
Tuesd iy. Mr. Hailluld will c e
in a few weeks after a visit with
relatives in Idaho
To the Kepuhliean voters
I. take, this means of
(Paid .V'i vtfT jsi. tft-ti I s
of . FoY Hitph eseotatiVe
' ' fn the vi tcrs of It'")! S)v-r
detdai'ii k Wason orintfc s:
-To the, Rlecloisof Iluod River and
1 liefeliv trnnounce myself a Ue-
inyseK a. candidate tor Cnifu'
Cottnfiissioiier subject to your ap
proval at the Primary election,
May Ig. If nominated and elected
t promise to perform the dntien nf
the office with fairness fo all
to the best of my ahilit'.a
Mhcn l.y announce fin srtf as a ' publican candidal.- for irptv
republican candhte for fepresenla
th'e from the twenty-ninth1 district
subject to the Will of the people
expressed at the primary. election,-
and to be-held May 19,
It jinin'iV.ited a1-! ' i !e 1 d1 J p
We are out for Business, ;;
and . want yours -- We '
can and will meet mail
order competition ,s
Join the "Trade at
Home Club" For
your interests as
well as our
Watch' th' space next week for the announcement of
OUR BIG CLEARANCE SALE
STORE OF BETTER SERVICE
FlTZOAA-i,l 1 -' ' myself l.i , bch v
tire fiom the '2yth represei talivi
district to the will of the peopl.
expressed at the primary ekct'i-in
lobe held in said di-'ficl M ty . iy.
Iff nojnimi'ie'l -m l . I-d d !
,I,CS III t
e oltice fo i
, ... .. " Sheriff
f hereby announce jny Candida',
y tat tbe Democratic noniinatiim
of SluriS1, subject to r niMjoiitv
vote as expressed at the Deiini-
cratic ptimarieH, on1 May I916. If
I am- nonmiated and later elected,.
I will during my term of office per
form the cintitfM of Sheriff . lorVne
best of my a4ility, and as econom
ically us possible administer the
affairs of the offiatf.
. ClURLES L ARNE"LLi
-e he--! il my iilitlity.
J. jE. Anderson.
- . . Cornrniuioner
iTo the' registered voieisof i -ci
I hereby detdre to announce my
self 4 k candidate for the noinina.
tirtn;. at the hands of the" republican
pirry, to the' office of county com
niissioner at the coming primaries;
and should I be nmniuaied, and
later elected to said position, will
discharge the duties thereof to the
S Sheriff .
To the Voter", (if WaSco Cminty
t hereby nniiOifllCe lliv-eff as &
Rvpublietin C iii-lid ite f .r tin ti-
natimt of Sheriff of Wasco County,
Cre(Oii, If nominated and later
ekcled, I w'rtl Ose'eoijiiomy and my
best iiiOKfnH-nt in pi ffofmili(j ffit
duties of the office. I will' adVol
cate the parsing of a law . at' the
iitxt term of the Leglslatine" . eiv-
ibK tlife County Colirt aiitli'OTil'y.to
hn the boafdiiif of the Connty
prisoner t'o' flie lowesf hidde.
F. C Sity-roM.
For Dlvtrict Art'irney, Wasco'
V. A. Bnvhi Repuhlican.
The same efficient and strict en
forcement of the laws, and atten
tion to the lei si liiisinrst nf- the
County and State as hi the past,
backed by 2 year- of'ietllal court
Primaries May i),!9S.
Third Room for High
The third room of , tha local
school building will be finished .
up this summer and furnished
for a high school department of
the Maupin school this coming1
year, Mrs. Wallace Kelloge will
have I haf Re of the high school
work, Which will be represented
by a goodly number of ybuni
people who have completed the
grammar grade work. Septem
ber 4 is the date Bet for openirtf
the schools here this fall.
,T. H. rhiistain and wifn drove
in last Friday in their handsome'
new FoM jOst purchased of E. J.
Sears, Roebuck & Co., who are'
having much opoeition by local
service and safetv
Servicn l.'causn we are the handiest Bank for you
lo d.sd with, we know your wants and are prepared
to take care of them. Safety because you kn6w out
Stock holders and their circumstances.
Don't overlook us when you are looking for the
best prfce for your wheat
Maupin sf ate bank
1 sS - Ms at m v& m w
lirtics ol In-, t-uiie in im- nt-i i--
my ability and for the best Interest
of the people'in general '
, 1. T.Abkishos.
t'o file f- l ir.il Id'-'h .-, Wa-: '
county, Oregon :!'- '
I? her-ty.'. rUire'to aiiiioiinc
rr.Selt m canduLite- for the iioiniua
t Ion of conttty-sheriff,; subject to
the will of the - republican voteis,
at tbe eonilitv jjrimxYy notnitiatiim
Sh mld f he nomfiiat' d aVid1 later
.1 . j ...
eiectea to omee. 1 wm comnuievaM
in the past, fo' en fore. tlil lliW.
and conduct ihe office in' a Courte
ous and rconomtcal tnnnn'er.
To the republican voters of Wasco
f wish to announce nivselfa can
didate foi the nomination nf coutm
treasurer, subject to the will of the
republican voters at the primary
election, May 19, 1916- '
Oliver R Krier
The UKiVEftsAL car
Economy in1 low fir sf cosf and smarf
cost to operate audi tnaWlaln. SlrengtW
ability to stifhd ty under tu'e h'ardesr'
jrr of use SrWrpHriry- a plairi sturd
fribto hi a WomfcrfuH strong and right
dr, easy for ari'ydHe b run and Care for;
The Ford car your necessity, Runa-'
tout $390; Touring 6aV $440; Coupelef
$50; Town Caf $640; Sedan 740,
f. o. b. Detroit. On dls'pfay and" saW aV
best of biv ability.
F. C CLAUf.