The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930, September 22, 1916, Image 1

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Devotetbtbe Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL. 2, NO. 50
THE YEAR $1.50
For Sale or Rent
160 acres on"" Smock Prarie 7
mileB SW of Wamic, lots of timber,
irrigation wate.r,,2 acres in culti
vation. B. W. .Mono an,
22t5 Wamic, Ore.
Quincy Morrow was over from
Auto Passenger Service Auto Delivery Truck
Prepared for Long Trips or Outing Parties
A Complete Line of Automobile Accessories
for Winter is just as es
sential as preparedness
for war. I am prepared
with a big', clean stock
of new Mdse. to meet
your wants. Why send
that fall order away. I
will meet all mail order houses and
guarantee the goods. , . -
A trial will convince you
Bigger Valves for less money
Sugar $7.75 V White River Flour
Tygh yesterday 'and informs us
be has secured an adequate .num
ber of names of Maupin parties
who have signed up for electric
light and power to justify putting
in a power plant here and supply'
ing the city with lights.
Mr. Morrow has made arrange,
ments with Mrs. Staats for use of
water necessary for the undertak
ing and will go to Portland in a
day or two to purchase the ma
chinery. This will be a much appreciated
convenience for local people and
we surely wish to see it successful.
Candidate for re-election for
Circuit Judge of the seventh ju
dicial district, comprising Hood
River and Wasco counties.
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14tl), 1916. Interment was made
in the Hintrn cemetery, services
Conducted by G. P. Ellis.
C ard of Thanks
The relatives of the deceased
wish to extend their heaitfelt
thanks to the neighbors and
friends for their help and sympa
thy extended them during 1 heir
recent bereavement.
Correspondents: Short items
unneasarily prolonged and mention
of local neighborhood calls are oft
en abreviated or oraited for need
of type and spacefor more import-
and hews matter.
$6 BUYS $1000
Field grain Insurance for 3 months
You cannot afford to take the ehances against wild
fires, cigarette smokers and thresher engines.
Insurance covers the grain standing, or cut,- in stack,,
in sack, in bulk, iw bin, warehouse or elevator.
Judge Bradshaw has been juilge
of the seventh judicial district for
the past twentp-five years. .
During that time he bus given
the people an efficient and eco
nomical administration of the pf
Ho has a splendid record in the
Supreme Oourt, being above the
If re-elected, will continue to
give the people that same cont-ci-entions
service that he has given
in the past. V
Pd Adv. 3
White River
Mrs. Miry Mayfield and chil
dren are visiting her father, Har
vey Martin.
Grace Tunison was a visitor in
this neighborhood last week.
, Mr.-. Mabel Miller who has been
Visiting her mother, Mrs. Jim
Brown about a month returned to
her home in Idaho.
Mr. Iless and Mrs. Mislead
went to The Dalles this week where
Mrs. Hess is staying with her sis
ter, Mrs, Laverty. Mr. Laverty
is slowly failing.
Three cheers for White Biver.
Mul'ers received only six 1st priz
es, Daphone Conley three and sev
eral others too numerous to men
tion. How is this for 'boosting
Southern Wasco County's fair.
The exhibits were fine.
The tajr must have been too
much for' .tome people as several
have been on the sick list since.
Everywhere you go you hear
something good for "Booster But
ler.'." extend otif thanks to
him.aud'hopehe will' be. ablejo
help in many more such fairs.
Drank Carbolic Acid
In last week's Chronicle there
appeared an article written by O.
J. C. about the TyeU Valley fair.
We think we have a right to be
offended when someone comes out
to our fair and accepts our hospit
ality, then turns around and writes
a big article in the paper insinuat
ing that our fair was "One grand
Joke," and that we are inferior
rustics who know nothing outside
our own locality. We would glad,
ly accept criticisms of our fair,
providing we could better, it, but
when it comes to caating slander at
us and our fair, we feel that we
have a right to be offended. If the
person who wrote the article would
just consider a moment, maybe he
(concluded on supplement)
"Farmer" Smith Builds Tum-A-Lum Silos
Builds two 100 ton TUM-A-LUM SlLCS ON NEW MODEL
FARM a few mitea from Lexington, Ore. a new diversified
farming project about" to be launched. In this section after sev
eral years of drilling-, a gigantic flow of artesian water has been
struck. "Farmer" C L. Smith, Agriculturalist of the O; W. R.
& N. will head a new company to develop a model diversified farm
Among the new barns, hogsheds, chicken sheds, all of the
latest plans, will be built TWO 100 TON TUM-A-LUM SILOS.
The First Silo Built in Morrow County A TumA-Lum Silo
The First Silo Built in Sherman Co-A Tum-A-Lum Silo
The First Silo Built In Jefiersoa Co-A Tum-A-Lutn Silo
The First Silo Built on the Tum-A-Lo Project, Ore.
Largest Silo in Eastern Wash, and Ore. A Tum-A-Lum Silo
Most Popular Silo in the Yakima Valley Tum-A-Lum Silo
Coming Silo in the WallaWalla Valley-TunvA-Lum Silo
Seeding' Time is Here
Come in and inspect our
We think this drill is ex-
ceeded by none so do
our customers wno are g
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Wasco, Or,, Sept. . 16 Dolly
Vandetta,- 4 years old, while strick
en with typhoid fever, waB poison
ed bylier mother,- Mrs, Andy Van
detta, here yesterday, and died
immediately after the poison was
administered. Mrs. Vandetta who
was in a (it of delirium,, also pois
oned her infant child and her lis
ter, Mrs. W. H. Ya'rtcy,- of this
place, at whose home' she was vis
iting, after which she swallowed
carbolic acid herself, Dr. W. N.
Morse rushed to the scene and by
use of the stomach pump was- able
to save their lives-.
Mrs, Vandetta, while mentally
deranged, ptaced carbolte aci'd in
milt and other foods about the
place in order to make her work
complete. Mrs. Yaucy took the
poison while drinking a' glass of
milk. Mrs. Vandetta, who has
been ill for some time is quite low
and it is thought' that she may
now have typhoid, fever. Oregon-ian.
0, E, Davis Dead
Oren Eno Davis was born in the
state of Illinois on the 13th day of
August 1839. He Was married to
Lydia Miranda Widdffield Fel , 4,
1653. There were nine children
born' to' this union, all of whom
are now living. The eldest son
and daughter reside in the state of
Missouri, the rest residing in the
state of Oregon, and with the ex
ception of one son in Washington
county, all reside in Wasco county
Mr. Davis united with the
Methodist Episcopal church dur
ing his young manhood and has
ever since liyed aa exemplary
Christian life. lie diod September
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' S. L. Wiggins,
T. F. & P. A., 0. W. R. & N.
Inends and neighbors" were
shocked to hear of the sudden
passing away of Mr. Davis. One
of his boUb came up from the Val
ley but arrived too late for the
funeral.- The family have our
sincere sympathy in their sad loss,
Effiie Vanderveerr Who has been
visiting her msther returned to
Porland Monday.
C. C. Davi3 and wife who have
been helphig -Davis Bros, with
their harvesting returned to their
home on Ridgeway Sunday.
Mrs.- Eb Fine and children of
Ridgeway have moved into Shani
ko for the winter go' the boy can
a tend school;
Jerome Buzan finished up with
the combine Friday evening and
is now putting up His third crop
of dry land alfalfa. ,.'
Mrs-. Ida Overman and childrijj
who have beeu vieititig Mrs. Bert
Davis returned to' The Dalits
The First Silo on Juniper flat Built by John V. Martin
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Have you investigated the construction 6f the Tum-A-Lum
Silo it's different recommended by Washington State College,
Oregon Agricultural College, and & S. Dept. of Agriculture
above all other silos for .this climate. Bulletin numbera on request
"See fetef Kilburg about it"
At the Home of TUM-A- LUMBER
(A buy w6rd for good lumber)
W. H. Staats was called over
the phont Welnesday W attend
the good roads meeting which was
in session there.
the FORD m&n
Is also agent for the follow
ing Popular Cars:
Lt him tell ybu about terms
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