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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 29, 1919)
Demoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
Vol 5, no. 46
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY. AUGUST 29. 1919
THE YEAR $1.50
NEWS ITEMS OF
Mrs. A. L. Anderson and
daughter Dorulhy arrived home
Monday afternoon after a three
months' visit with relatives und
friends in the middle west.
Don Stogsdill hag the pipe laid
and reservoirs constructed for a
water system to furnish water at
his place hand; for ull domestic
purposes. He is awaiting the ar
rival of his pump.
J. T." Harper was telling f Hondo
here Tuesday morning that a rat
had stolen his false teeth and he
had come to Maupin to get Dr.
Dake to make him a new set.
Mr, Harper said the theft was
attempted about a month ago, but
this time the rat succeeded.
Wheat hauling is the great
of the prcsont, many tons coming
daily to the large elevators and
warehouses ou the rivor.
A baby boy arrived at the
Willie Aldridge home Wednesday
Art Fargher ai rive J home this
week after several months' mili
The beautiful country homo of
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gill whs li e
scene of a family .reunion Kunday
when 32 members of the Dufur
''clan" gathered to talk over old
times. The house was tastefully
decorated for the occarion and the
dining table groaned under n gas
tronomic feast that would have
delightod an epicure. Those pres
ent were Mr. and Mrs. W. II.
Dufnr of Portland, Mr. and Mru.
W. II. Staats of Maupin. Mrs.
Lois Dufur Balch, Mrs. BUn h
Dufur Greer of Taft, Cul., Mr
and Mrs. A. B. Dufur and daugh
ters Mildred and Elizabeth, Mr.
and Mrs. Brinton Slusher und
children, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
Slusher and childien, Mr. and
Mrs. Oeo( Gill and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Grover Slusher and
daughters, and Mr. and Mrs. R"y
Slusher audNaughter of Maupin.
SENT IN BY OUR
Mrs. Ida QuiiTn and children of
Portland came last .Friday and
are visiting relatives and fiieuds.
Mrs. Quiiin is a sister of C. II
Crofout, Mrs Win. Beckwith and
Mrs. L. D. Kelly.
It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's
F. M. Jory ,
Now is theiime to get your supply of
A NEW SHIPMENT
Couch Covers Steamer Rugs
Go-Cart Robes Baby Blankets
Mackinaw Coats Auto Robes
Fancy Bed Spreads Bath Robes
Yarn, Shawls Indian Robes
"It Pays to Pay Cash at jory's"
How About It?
Have you protection for that
When the season's work is over? '
On most farms some of the machinery-often the greater
part of it-is left out-of-doors the year round.
A Weather Proof Implement Shed
doubles the life of your machinery and cuts down your
repair bills. " '. i
And then too, machinery that is protected from the
elements is always ready for use when it is wanted.
Any way you figure it, an
Implement Shed is a. Time Saver
A Money Maker , r
Whatever your building problems are, come in and talk
them over with us, for we are here to serve you.
Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co.
A baby boy arrived at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Hank Ilarpham
Quito an exodus from hereto
the mountains this week,
A baby boy was born' to Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Wall Wednerday
James Abbott went to Portland
where he will purchaso a new
John Ward purchased a niw
Dodge riist week.
Mrs, Pechutte and family have
gone to the mountains for a week.
Chester Pechctle who has been
overseas for two years arrived at
the ' ii mm it house and met his
N. W Flint) and family will go
to the ui"un tains tomorrow.
$35,000 SIGNED UP
SINCE JULY 4TH
1'ho Wapiniliu Irrigation com
pany has created quite a stir since
the Fourth of July, having taken that neglect is fluently
L Month hygeno is so closely an
s iciated with good health thai iu
importance cannot he over csli
m.urii, i no commion 01 me
lu mth is olten the determining
factor between health and illness.
in iaci, scienuno resented shows
, Aug. 25.
A call wan nude here Tueslay
for help to liplit lire in the" moun
tains. Tom Woodcock left im
mediately to ansist. Bert Driver
took up a truck: load of provisions
for the men who ate epgagedin
the work. Lewie Burlingauie and
and another party came up from
Portland to help fight lire.
J. R. Woodcock acconpnied by
Mrs. G. A. Harvey and baby and
neeces, Hutu Izeuberg ami Ayia
baling were Maupin visit 01 a Wed
nesday. Frank Magill was detained mine
iime with the rural mail at ha
ipper crossing of Three Milectilc
Wednesday, because of the Tillot
wn-Mulvany thresher haying
irokon through the bridge the
Mr. and Mrs. Frank French
vent to Hood liiver Sunday to
(jic k fruit.
Ranger Tom Brovvu and family
vere here Tueday from Friend.
Mrs. Ella Anderson and Mrs.
Laura Palmer 'arrived Thursday
t'rom Portland and are guests of
their sister, Mrs. Elsie Campbell.
A barveat social and cntertain
ueut will be giyen hero ou the Gib
C, S. MuCorklo fell from the
ijlatforra at the herar. warehouse
recently while shouldering a sack
d wheat. No bones wero broken
lor other serious injury.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kennedy,
uiiy llarvey ana 1'ercy Dnver
returned from the mountains Sun-
lay where they were hel.1 to help
jxtinguish the blnao near Bonney
Meadows. The fire is prctically
Mr. aud Mrs. A. J. Swift are
jelling their housbold furniture
preparatory to moving down p.eu,v
Vstoria where their son Jack and
family are living. Prof. j. L
Ward will occupy the Swift house
he coming season,
I. D. Driver has completed bit-
run of threshing here.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dahl and
Mrs. Ethel Lee of Tygh were
Dalles visitors Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Keunedy
ere Dalles visitors Sunday after
noon, remaining over night. They
were acconipanie home 4;y their
laughter, Miss Lucile and her
friend, MisS Kathrine Clunt of
Portland. The girls spent a week
in The Dalles, guests of Mrs. Julia
ind Miss Edna Driyer before
Mr. and Mrs. John Morrow
(to last pfg'O
water contracts for $35,000 since
that date. A largo forco of canal
workers are - now ' building the
canal feeder from Frou creek to
the main canal neadgate, a dis
tance of about four miles. The
company's engineers are using
high explosives in this work as it
saves time and they believo it to
he a direct saving over the coi-t of
labor iu many places.
As soon as the caual rxtcnsU n
survey js completed on the lower
Wapnutia plains the luteial sys
tem will be extended to the ranch
of Otis Chaatain.
Listed among the heaviest in
ventors iu the water project arc:
A. A. Britlon, Slusher Bros,, Otis
Chastain, Bothwell and sons,
Frank Fleming, J. S. Brown, T.
(J. Stanford and John Ward.
vTho company reports alfalfa
doing nicely in the instates
where good stands were secured.
Two cuttings have been put in
stach and the third will be har
vested soon. About tnree tons to
the acre for the first season with
approximately lite tons for U e
two year crops is now assured.
Motorists and heep man -who
cross or visit the Wapiuitiu plains
do not need to carry the obsolete
water bags and tanks. Tho dis
trict will enter a strong exhibit at
tun Tygh Valley fair is predicted
by N O. Hedin, projeect ihanag' r
of the company, Chronicle.
Fible for many ills, ofUn uiiknow
to the sufferer.
1'ear iu mind that hard tartar
was once soft tartar. This ma
terial occumulalPH about the recks
of the teeth and in places which
cannot be reached by the tooth
brush. The tartar then acts as an
irritant to the punis, rHuiltii'K in
iiidamation, soroneVe and liiully
If pyorrhea is allowed to remain
untreated, it will cause a discharge
of pus from the guuis and tventi:
ally the teeth will be lost.
It has been proven that pyor
i hen may be the cause of many
diseases, the mo;t comnmn being
rheumatism, stomach and diges
tive disordeis aud heart trouble,
due to the pus and poisons fr iu
the diseased gums being absuibtil
into the blood.
. A set of sound teeth is one of
Nature's most pr iccltHS gifts
They are jewels that lend iadienee
to a beautiful countenance. Fri in
childhood to old ngo the teith
should leceive constant care uuil
i attention. If tartar has hi en
allowed to harden, it should be
removed by a dentist.
Dr. Dako, Maupin, Oregon,
GRANT MAYS DIES
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it to be
all advertising can say
Hearts of Humanity
in 7 reels by Dorothy, V'hiHips
great $ picture aaHirtb of
the Nation. .
Coming at Maupin
and dance after the show
the 1918 Pendleton
Round Up. Full of
rough and wild
by Red Beach, Enough said.
Grant Mays, prominent cattle
man of this section of the slate,
owner of large acreages of land
one of the big men of this city,
judged by the standard of service,
tropped dead suddenly Sunday in'-
Portland at 12.'M. One moment
he was chatting pleasantly with
his wife, the next he was dead.
He moved to Portland about
four years upo and has since made
his home at 52 Trinity place.
Mr. Majs was born near Tho
Dalles, on December 14, 1806
and was married on January 18.
11)07, to Miss Vesta Bolton, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Bolton.
Mr. Mays was well known among
cattle men of the state and north
west, owning a large cattle ranch
in Croi k county and being inter
ested in holdings of cattle and
laud in Montana.
Funeral services were held Tues
day afternoon from the Elk's
temple iu this city. Rev. -1). V.
Poling of Corvallis officiated at
the novices. The Elks' burial
ritual was used impressively at
. During the hour from 2 to 3
o'clock the business houses uf The
Dulles closed in tribute to Mr.
France Confer and E. A. May
hew mada a trip out of the moun
tains Tue&day returning Wednesday.
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road xjl -
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Through mud,sand or rocky
roads, over ruts and road
holes, up stiff grades, round
"S" curves, there's speed
with safety if Braender tires are on your car.
They hold the road.
Put Braender's to Any Test.
You'll find them
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SOME OF THE THINGS THAI wt. CAN DO FOR Vi)u
DO YOUtt NOTARY WORK,
SfclLL' YOUR FARM Kite tOu, . '' '
RENT YOU A SAFETY DKI'OSIT BOX,
BUY YOUR WHEAT, BARLEY AND OATS,
TAKE CARE OF YOUR BANKING BUSINESS,
DO YOUR UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER WORK.
GIVE US A TRIAL, WE CAN AND WILL MAKE GOOD
MAUPIN STATE BANK