The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930, October 10, 1919, Image 1

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    MAUPIN
MES
MIL
Demoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL 5. NO. 52
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1919
THE YEAR $1.50
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Maupin School News
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The fallowing natueil pupils
bave made 90 per ceut or uioie
duriug the past month:
Primary: Gerald Lang, Oryille
Hammond, Leltie Hammond,
Melvin Jory, Noua Styer, Alvin
Styer, Lnureuce Styer, Velum
Crufoot. Dorris Kelly.
Grammar grades: Mary Martin
94; Olive Turner, 93; Lorraine
Stovalf, 91; Winifred Kaiecr, 91;
Helen I'hiluilee 91.
Hull of bono'- for deportment in
the primary:
Ella Hammond
Earl Green.
Alviu Styer, a primary pupil,
bad the misfortune to full from a
horne and dislocate bis wrist last
Tuesday.
Mr. Jos. Colt very kindly
brought a fine collection of autumn
leaves and branches to beautify
the primary room.
"'Rev. li. N. Long visited, the
high school on Thursday and gave
the students a short talk.
Ever-Bearing
Staw berries
Five square rods of land furn
ished my family ot six more
strawberries than we could use all
summer, If you have water for
irrigation they will do the same
for you. Plants $1 per hundred.
A. A. Bonney.
SOLID FACTS
SUBJECT NO. i
Opportunity'
SENT IN BY OUR
'Lincoln Sheep
Church Notice
There will be regular serving
at the Free Methodist church both
morning and evening every Sund y
We give every one a cordial in
vitation to come.
Edgar W. Long,
Pastor.
Tuesday night "Uncle" Sam
Hampton of Bozetnan, Mont., A.
CM aud Wasco County's Agricul
tural agent spoke in the 1. 0. O.
F, hall on Farmer's Leiigues.
Commercial Club of Wapinilia
Plains will meet at Wapinitia
school house on Saturday, October
11, at 8 p. in. Special program
aud important county., business
Will be discussed. T lie question
of voting 0 mills Muiket Uoad lax
(n 'oveiuber is to be discussed
and voted.
I N. Crabtree returned home
Tuesday after a few weeks', yisit
with old friends hi the Willemette
Valley.
"It Pays to Pay Cash at JoryV
F. M. Jory
Now u the time to get your supply of
BLANKETS
A NEW SHIPMENT
JUST ARRIVED
Couch Covers Sleamer.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 JoryV
How About It?
Have you protection for that
Farm Machinery
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.
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 x
Implement Shed is a Time Saver
'and
A Money Maker
Whatever your building problems are, come in and talk
them over with us, for we are hre to nerve you.
Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co.
Maupin, Ore.
Do you know Mr. Farmer that
Oieon is about as large as New
York, Pennsylvania, aud New
Jersey? Its a fact that Oregon
bas 672,000 population while the
three eastern seaboard states har
bor 'J.SOO.OOO folks. Mountain
ous Switzerland without a seaport
supports 3,500,OCO on about one
cfxtli of Oregon's area. Oregon's
natural or physical conditions are
.superior to thofe of Switzerland.
If Oregon were settled as thickly
us Delgium our population would
bt It I, WO, 000 soul?. We do not
hope for so intensive or congested
a population, but these cold facts
mean "bat to you Mr. Farmer?
First, I bat with Oregdn'B great
open diH.T of commerce to the
world rid her limitless Hrtle
Hgiiculiur.il resources; with mar
velous wtU'i powers, aud counties
I.iieNt iijoiim i jtlta of one filth the
standing timber of these U. S, ;
with awakeniny! irrigation projects
thut bn file man's fondest dreams
of reulaiuiutiim, who live in Ore
gun stand on li.h threshold of a
great opportunity that bas no
equal ou the due uf inuther earth.
Gd's tirst coiHiiiii--ion to man
was to "Till the M.il". Adam
was farmer. Since A lam, many
have been the struggle pain
full have been some experience
of mankind in the g.reat ioblem
of feeding the living tilings of
earth. First, man must be fed
and clothed to say nothing of
feeding the fowls aud beasttt that,
claim a natural right to exbi.t
Food then is man's great probb m
and to too farmer is the stagger
ing challenge National writers
have subscribed to the statement
thai Germany only remained in
the ghastly holocaust the lust year
by the means of her war gaideus
supplanting the supreme efforts
of her staggeiing gtato craft.
America held the balance of world
power because sh touiniamleii
the foods that meu must bave oi
die. Time whs wheu a farmer'
sou was dubbed a''Counlry Jake"'
dud bis father was a ''Hay iSeid''
Today the world trembles under
the strain of urgent demand for
the farmer's products. He wb
now harbors a bin of wheat or
withholds a herd of fatted beef it
of rashly mute concern to the
nation than the men who bit
Over against the Treasury'' of
our slate. Do you get a vision ot
tho new day? Docs $20.00 pei
cwt. for bogs, $2.00 fur wheat and
$"0.00 for alfalfa mean more to
you Mr Farmer tbau gimply fig
ares? Can you ceo beyond your
crooked rail fences to the empty
lie Ids of a blood stained Kuropi
where fauiin tnieatens and little
children have forgotten to la
and bitigb became of daily hun
ger? Is the challenge to you Mr.
Farmer to feed muukind to be
met in A. I). 1010? What of that
acre that lies open to God's won
derful sunlight for which you bold
title itk fee simple tlit bas never
felt the touch o( a steel plow?
What of a 10 bushel crop of wheat
per acre lust year ou laud iu sum
mer fallow this year as a measure
of supply tug the shortage that
threaten the lite of the world
wheu you could raise 30 bushel?
Oregon bas the resources and to
you Mr. Farmer come the chal
lenge o so farm your land that
no aero is idle or half farmed
while waut and tUrvatiou is bur-(lautweek)
Wamic News
Oct. 6.
Mrs. Emma Chastain moved a
week ago Saturday into the bouse
she purchased of Tom Swift.
George Stout came over from
Bakeoven Tuesday where he help
ed Mauser ik Dahl thresh iheir
crop. Phillip McCoikle took his
machine from Tygh to hresh in
that vicinity.
Mr. a.nd Mrs. Dave Miller rame
from the Sisters a week ago fat
niday to visit Mr. Miller's mother
Mrs. Bettie Palninteer. They re
mained till Thursday.
'I'bis place experienced heavy
rainfall the former part of the
week, Good roads are the result.
George Crawford went to The
(Miles Thursday, going on to
Warrenlou, where bo is looking
Up some proerty interests.
Cattle meu encountered a heavy
fall of snow iu the mountains
near Mt. Hood last week.
In speaking of the death of
Terry 0. Jones laid week as the
only one to lose bis life in delud
ing his country, Irom these parts,
wa failed to mention George
Smith of Happy Ridge, who alto
died of pneumonia while in the
service.
Mrs. Mary Mori ison of Lower
Tygh weul to The Dalles Wednes
day to meet her grandson, John
Henzie who was reluming ffom
France.- Mr. lleuzie was- i,n .the
First, General Pershing's divifciou
i bn', crossed the water to engage
in the great struggle. He went
through nearlj all of the import
ant, hat lies. Mrs. MorrUon's
gumdaugb er, Miss Mary Mor
rison of Hood Hiycr returned with
her and will go to school there.
I K. Kennedy, Haivcy Bros.,
Driv.-r Bros, and P 1). Drivel
seula car of berf cuttle to Port-
laud Saturday. Koine fat bogs
were sent from litre, Mr. Ken-
Registered
Imported ews iu 107 fiom
Canada; two rains from Dudding's
(lock in England. For sale, 50
yearling aud two-year-nhl r-ms;
35 spring rams. M, !S. Woodcock
Corvallis, Oregon.
neiy and P. B. Driver accumpa
nie I the cur to Port fi;nd.
Mr.-! Mamie Kennedy w ee I, to
Portland Sunday to visit her
daughter, Miss Lucile. She made
a short stop in The Dalles to visit
her niotlier'and sister, Mrs. Julia
and Miss Edna Driver.
Dr. Shannon was called from
Tygh Friday to attend Mr. Kutie
Diiver who bad a eyers attack of
asthma.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Woodcock
went to Maui in Friday, Mrs.
Woodcock going for tned'n hI tient
uient, having blood poison
J R Woodcock took Mr. and
Livestock Shipped
Sunday .was freight day for
Maupin in the livestock business.
Four cars of hogs, belonging to
Pari -w Bros., Albert Hill, R. S.
Slusher, and F. M. Confer were
shipped from the O. W. stock
yards for Portland market. From
the Oregon Trunk yards four cars
of sheep belonging to J. P, Abbott
two cars of cattle, belonging to
J E. Kennedy, and one. car of
hogs belonging to John Farlow
were shipped to Portland. Two
mixed cars of cattle, stock and
household fcoods property of A.
M. Voting, who recently sold his
place near Watnio started for
Kuna, Idaho via the O. W.
Mrs. Marion Duncan and Mrs.
N. Jones to The Dalles Wednes
day where Mr. Duncan completed
the purchase of Mrs. Jones' farm,
paying $45000.
George Stout went o Portland
Thursday.
COMING
AT
Tygh Valley, October 15th
Maupin, Thursday, Oct. 16th ,
Douglas Fairbanks in
Bowed in Mark"
AND
Charley Chapman in
"The Bank"
We Guarantee You a Good Show
HOUSE'S
WorK Horses at your own price. Twenty-
six head of horses and mares 4 to 6 years
old, weighing 13C0 to 15G0 will be sold at
Public Auction
IN
Rfl & y IP -0 Kl
Saturday, Oct. 1 1
RUTHERFORD BROS.
SOME OF THE THINGS THAI wc CAN DO FOR YOU
DO YOUR NOTARY WORK,
SPJLL YOUK FARM KUK.lOu,
UENT YOU A SAFETY DEPOSIT BOX,
BUY YOUK WHEAT. BARLEY AND OA la,
TAKE CARE OF YOUR BANKING BUSINESS,
DO YOUR UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER WORK.
GIVE US A TRIAL. WE CAN AND WILL MAKti GOOD
MAUPIN STATE BANK
ILL