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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1917)
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In the 'Willamette and Columbia
river district and alonp; the Oregon
coast a total of 13 shipyards are
building vessels, eight others are lay
ing out plants nnd five more have
taken Initial steps and are arranging ' .
for active operations, a total of 26 ! ,. , ... .
jlasu. Actually under construction iTIiiCipal Events 01 the WgBK
OREGON NEWS 89TB
sow are 23 steel steamers and 39
wooden craft. The eight .plants now
tejbg laid' out already have 14 ships
grant Smith & Co., of Portland, will
. execute, a: contract for the construc
tion of a $60,000 highway in Coos
county between' Glasgow and Hauser,
10', miles,y and will commence work
this month. The county court adver
tised the; job as a unit' of the $362,000
bond' issue system, but received no
offers. ',The court then decided to
Briefly Sketched for Infor
mation of Our Readers.
Straberry picking began at Hood
Itlver this week.
Oregon's official war service regis
tration totaled 62,800.
Azalea Lodge, 1. O. O. P., of Riddle,
will buy a $100 "Liberty" bond.
The Oregon State Bankers' associa-
", tion convened at Marshfield last week.
Pendleton was the first city In the
build the hiEhwav on force account.
borrowing the equipment of Grant . 6tate that met its Liberty Bond ?uota;
smith To Approximately 19,000 young men of
On the ground that the problem of
Multnomah county registered for war
feeding fhe nation as a result of war Bem?e
i. -not 'W work nf month, but of,' The fourth older girls' conference of
ycii. E. J. McClanahan, president of
the"Pregon State Poultry Breeders' as-
icciation, .has' announced plans for a
statewide ' meeting of Oregon poul
trysaen, ;to be held in connection with
the 1 Org on state fair at Salem this
full. At that , time' it is proposed to
outline campaign for the spring
The state convection-of the Ores"1
Girls' Honor Guard Teas held ir Vz:i
land on the second day of IM P-'-30
' The trosswy rtnjir?n?tit tiao iRi-?1
a federal charter to the Farmsrs. and
Stcckgravers National Bail: of He;.p
ner, capitalized at ?50,oCO.
Ella Hags Youn, kr.cv.T. i:i ed-.ica-tional
circles everywhere r.5 en au
thority, will te the guest cf hcior at
. 'B banquet to bo given by the Oresou
Civic Leaxue in Portland July 7. M,ss
Youns aa formerly saperintcr.deat
of Echoals at Chicago,
'ii'aybr Albee wiil leave to Mayor
elect, Eaker the job of issuing procla
mations announcing the vote cn the
measures decided at ths Portland, c'ty
election. This means t-at fcs ls
'as passed will not become elective
until some time aftsr' July 1.
'Four, fatal accidents wsw reported
to the state Industrial accident com
mission last week. Tae fatalities were
Peter Christ, Mill City, logging; Tony
Arhac,;'Kerry, logging; Bcnjamia Rccfc
well,: Mill City, logging. A total of
335 accidents were reported.
Its'vras announced at a me.e'cins of
the. '.state land board tliat $200,000
more 'rural credit bonds had been ta-
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eastern Oregon convened in La Grande
The fund for the Woman's memor
ial building at the University has
, The Dallas commercial club has de
cided to hold an old-fashioned cele- ken. This fcrlnss the total v.? to $450,
bration on July 4. 000. It was decided to limit to each
The Oregon Osteopathic association county the sum of ?6000 in bond3 and
will hold its mid-year meeting in Sa-. to each person the maximum cf $2000.
lpm .Tnno .is anA m If the state lar.d board Trill grant
Charles L. McNary, appointed to a lease of the kolp beds off the m-nitt
succeed the late Senator Lane, was of the Yaquina river to E. M. ,and E.
sworn in last Friday. V.. Sherlock of Portland, a survey o!
I J. Stultz, a carpenter of Corvallis, ' the beds wiil be made at once to de-
The Oregon Trunk Railrny have
mndfl the following change in the
fchednle ' of their local freight
trains. No. 308 from Portland
will reach Maupin at 10;50 a, m,
on TiiisScJaTS, Thursdays and gat.
U'day and No. SC9 from Bend
will reach Maiipin at ll:4U a. m,
on Wednesdays, Fridnvs and Sun
days', arriving at Fallbridge 4 p.
m,', making close connection with
the North Bank Limited for Port,
laid. , .
Dtm't blame your cocA-
needs cleaning. Emmons wil
Jn it frm ttmi ivnA miivrnntp.e. it
, ' " " I. Irvine P. Gardner, of Riddle, has a
'W A. Mclieynolcis and wile oibeni K. mi tbat nas just completed
Silverton were in town yesterday
pASE 12-25 Thrc.hin
Threshing Rigs '
committed suicide by shooting him
seif through the head.
The Lebanon mohair pool of 5300
fleeces or about 20,000 pounds was sold
at 61 cents a pound. ,
The dentists of the state of Oregon
will hold their annual convention in
Portland June 14, 15 and 16.
Excavation for the first unit of the
Wittenberg-King evaporating plant at
Salem has already been started.
We have ce tninly experienced
weather suflSciedtly warm this
Rnssell peel's arm broken a
conple weeks ago is improving.
O. P, Swarlz of Frail, B. C. h
( here fishing.
The engineer of the California
nad highway stopped at the hot-1
The Dwell Elevator Co. super
intendment is here getting ready tr
start work on the new elevator or
L. D. Kelly rj-nyed' Wednesday
evp.vr.f from Portland.
Hay Smith went to Prineville
A fine .big boy arrived at tht
Philmlee home Tuesday night.
Mr, and Mr- Cbas. Embree
ware over from Smock yesterday.
Mrs, Muller of White Paver is
very ill .
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Staats are
attending business in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Frd Bichsel, Al
bert Bicgsl and Mrs. Hattie Og
elaby ol Waitlio passed through
here Monday from Gateway, where
they attended Ihe Missionary
The farmers don't seem to be
satisfied unless they are skinned,
Give( Dad Coale a chance. He
buys all kinds of pelfs, hides
Bkins and wool. V
Art J'GU. using The Times liner
fpjumn when you have any thing
tp, sell or want to buy some article
tl&at ycuvr neighbor may have or
wishes to dispose of? If not try
a want ad iu that column. We are
sure that it wiU.' bring results.
a record of 111 eggs in as many days.
Returns from all the counties in the
state give a majority o IfSJEji) n. fa
vor el" the' $6,00,,0(10,' state r-gad feQnd.
federal authorities sre Investigat
ing reports that forged registration
cards for the selective draft are betns
sold in Portland to protect some who
failed to register,
termine wether or not there is keip
in sufficient quantity ta establish a
Two laws of the last legislature re
lated to bounties cn seals. One pro
vides that only the scalp and the
other the whole hide must be present
ed to secure the bounty money. At
torney-General Brown hold3 that the
whole hide must be brought in, ar
the last act passed is controlling.
One of the biggest and oldest ranch
es in central Oregon, belonging to
George Millican, was sold to Jarrrx
Sloan, a wealthy stockman of Uma
tilla. It is understood that the dral
involved approximately $0,000 ar;d
I concerns about 200 acres of tillable
land, about 1700 acres of range land
and 700 head qf cattle ar4 fcsvacs.
Organization g Qrejen S"
, Timber Mills, nei'teeted
"T hree thresliermeri buy Case thresher rlsp each year to one
who buys any other make. . othert prefer Case, there must be
a reason why you should.
Their chief reason lies In the quality produced by Case
experience of- three -qunrten of a century. That experience
means s.-.iisfaxctioq to them and to you.
We can supply, you with any size tractor and thresher you
peed, but the Case 12-25 shown above is one of the handiest
.models. It will run a 2tx4-j-inch or smaller Case Thresher and
cf us for full particulars.
A any job c:i the farm. Ask for catalog or inquire
W. II STAATS (Si CO.
''The Beat Is hd Cheapest"
4 lreular hau been issued and sent
provides for v:
t Portia"- of
to posts of the Department of Oregon, 1 - - or an exclusive sawmill fo:
G. A. H.. announcing the sudden death "s uut 10-j lenrtUs and d:msn
... . .. ci m J.
on June a ui n. o. rureu, ex-ucyoii'
ment commander. "
Several wage ir'
16,000 cases (all ot which had
hieu pronounced incurable) have
ent homfr well in the past six
years from the free clinics of the
PjW School o Chiropractic1
Wonew- Davenport, Iowa. Thiuk
ol a city of 15.000 poplei Now
think of that number being re
stored to health' "'and usefulness
irithout. the! use of a knife or a
sln$dose6f drugs. ' . . :
Portiaialew Dentist.' We
Extract- Crown, and Bridge your
4.h WcnlnVl Painless: we em-
pipy only Ejjrienced ,and regis
tered pen; Cfteen years, guarantee
on all workiSsnteen years cop
tinual ( practice ia Portland , Ore.
3ring this card with you',: it is
worth 'ooney. Fortland Prices.'
Poland Faipl?ssV Dentist,. S0-5
Second St., Toe Dalles. 'Qf. O?-
Williams Co. Thcne
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am were granted
.e state board of control ta em.
pioyes at various state institution! at
the request of the superintendents ot
The H. S. Gile Company, with head
quarters at Salem aud with a branch
office at Roseburghas leased a tract
of ground at Riddle and is preparing
to erect a prune warehouse.
While on guard duty at one of the
tunnels between ' Mosier and The
Dalles, Private M. N. Miller, of Com
pany K, was struck by a passing
freight train and severely injured.
ft, D. Hetzel, director, of the exten
sion service at the Oregon agricultur
al college, has been offered the presi
dency of the New Hampshire agricul
tural college and has the offer under
F. T. Tooze, city superintendent of
schools of Oregon City, has rejected
flattering offers from Roseburg and
will remain in charge of local schools,
having recently been elected to serve
Oregon's largest Liberty loan sub
scription to date was made Saturday
when Max H. Houser, grain exporter,'
authorized the purchase, through ,
three Portland banks, of $250,000
worth of bonds.
Delegates from California, Washing
ton and British Columbia ports as
sembled at Portland Monday for the
annual district meeting of the Coast
Maritime association, continued in ses
sion during the wee!:.
Out of'the 104 students who graduat
ed from the Corvallis high school
only 70 were able to, be present, the
rest having either enlisted in the army
or navy or been released to boost along
;he food preparedness campaign.
The bean crop of Linn county in
1917 will he 1700 per cent greater than
that of 1916. The pork failed to keep ,
pace with the beans, however, for hogs
shows a 20 par cent decrease "in nuin
fcer from tfc05e in the county last year.
The salmon run in the Columoia
rfrer continues extremely light and the
eaicb at present is small. Many of
be equipped to cut the longest tinf
bers of any mill on the Paciiic Cca3t
W. J. Conrad and A. E. Adeslpevs-rr
timber dealers ol MarshfieU, an
nounce that they have closed the li-eii
for the sale of timber in Coos count.,
aggregating ECQ.COO.COO feet. Hunt o
the purchasers were eastern capitalist
and In some cases the purchase o!
timber will ultimately be followed bv
lumbering operations on the part ol
The car shortage, which for wan;
months has wrought industrial havoc
In many parts of the northwest 1--over.
. Reports issued by the puklk
service commicsion show that the Oregon-Washington
Railroad & Naviga
tion Company has a surplus ' of 74;
cars and the Oregon Trunk a surplu:
of 114. The'Southern Pacific now has
a shortage of only 39 car3. The S;-ok
ane, Portland & Seattle was short 12
cars. The Oregon Electric had 24 ur.
.filled car .orders and the United Rail
;:A call has been issued Ly the Orerjoi
.rjyiiblic service commission for a meet
hig to be held in Portland for the pu:
pose of arranging standards of grain
hay and other agricultural product:
The meeting will be held on June IS
Invitations have been issued to lead
ing grain growers, grain dealers ar.
others interested in the matter. Th
purpose Is not only to describe tad
fix standards, but to formulate rufe
for weighting and handling the com
modities specified in the. grUn itspec
tlqn law passed by the last legisla
ture, , At a joirft session ct the slate l-c:.rj
of controf and the state highway com
mission at Salem, it was virtually de
cided, to carry to the supreme court,
in a friendly suit, the question of
whether the state can issue the entire
$l,&0fc000 worth of bords to meet the
Shackleford federal ' road money ej
provided for in the Bsan-Earre'.t bend
ing bill of the last legislature, ,or
whether the state can issue only a suf
ficient amount cf such bonds to cirer
any deficiency that might exiit, after
the highway mlllage tax has been'ap-
RIVER FLOUR ;
iJILvey SacK Guaranteed m
rbv Heck to i"is mj' part cf an unsatisfactory. . g
s-c!;-'c-l liWit River Flour and we wiil refund the . g
f ' fsfci
I'liuais Ferry Warehouse Company
Local Distribators ' W
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C. H. Yockc-y and Edward Dit--
brow were, oyer from Smock fit-bin
in the Deschutes the first of
d with lM.ikeirinu
Brine T r " r car in
n nd , take it out at
for you. liauoin
Go to the IIAZELWOfii) ICE
rV.M 1M P,rl.- f,.p 1c. (Vovi Inn i
Crentn sundys mid all' kind-) ol -Soft
drin'-'. P. O. E iii'.'.ing, j
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I L. B. Fo-; - R. T. Yates
o W A S C O C 0 U N T Y
B3TP.ACT C O.
Make.-s oj i.bstrwt'i That
-?T-,ot- har tilaeed their ffear
r, L Mik. and practically all tto ! PlM to meet the federal road turd
seining gontda have ceased opera
tions. Governor 'w'ithrooiiite has named tho
the ewtty stock inspectors tor 30 eJ j
Oregon has registered a total of 62:-
810 under ths.wjr census. 'vTith this
fifure, although under the -ar de
partment estimate, the s-.at ha3 eiv-
the count'-es of Ore?on on the reocm-
j ca its cueta based on the ccrr.pvtation
me V" cZ 10 rer cent of the 1310 census. The
mendation of the Cattle and or . CJ ...,a h-a ,.n,,Hofl
. .. m ,l n- census vAi.iiAa.'s t.waiu v-wtiji-t
r:, 'l" . .,.! 8.428, tut attention is called ty th-i
romTTiniendations v?ere made lor dr " . ., . .
Franlc H. Lathrcp, of South Cjo
lina,"ha3 isen apjointei research a
.:.stant ta cntoEolcry t tht Orcssa
Afrieutt'jirat eolle? erperiaent sta
Mr. , Lathrsp fill work toward
a more eli-.xtive control ot ashia In
Oregon or&arat. .
ral's office to the fact
I tVot mnre than 2.0 man have arovr
ed the call ta the national guard end
tfce regular arm7 ard navy eorvicea,
and tbat the38 men untcr suoh ser--ic.
fid not register. On this ahorir.s
the state has cotne wp o 'r
njeiitj cl the conta rssUin
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to Dale Dailv
Plant Second' to None
In Ttie Stato.
-First National Bank BniWii
Phone E'nck 2':,
The Da'.lcs, Oregon
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