MAUPIN Devoted to the Interest? of Southern Wasco County VOL 7, NO 38 MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, THURSbAY, JUNE 30 1921 THE YEAR $1.50 Your Harvest Supply of Lubricating Oils and Greases Should Be BECAUSE Lubricates Better Costs Less Goes Further IN STOCK No. 1-3-5-7-9 in Bbls. and less quantity Our Prices are Standard Oil Co. Prices plus, 5 cts. per gallon freight SHATTUCK BROS. Maupin E B. DUFUR Attorney at Law MAUPIN, OREGON HOISEEKERS 10 BE HPJIILY 27 A Big Fish Fry Will be Feature of the Occasion The Middle Western Home seekers excursion train will arrive in Maupin on Wednesday morning, July 27 at 10:25 and will remain here until 1 p. m. when it will proceed on its way to The Dalles. The homeseekers will be driv en over the surrounding; country in local cars and shown the many , ac'vantages;"and indue -ments to the settler offered in the Maupin district. During the noon hour a big fish fry will be served for the visitors. Plan to be in Maupin upon this occasion and help to dem onstrate the advantages of the Maupin country. A decree of divorce in fovor of Chester A. Bargenholt, wJaawas suing his wife, Alta L. Bargen holt upon grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment, was handed down by Circuit Judge Fred W. Wilson Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Grose of Saginaw, Michigan, father and mother of Mrs. M. Flynn of the Hotel Kelly, are here for an xe tended visit with their daughter. Community Congratulated The Dalles-Wasco County C. of C, June 18, 1921. Mr. R. E. Wilson, May we not through you con gratulate jour community for the splendid work in support of the $800,000 Bond Issue in the Special Election June 7th. Speaking for the Bond Issue Committee, the Board of direc tors and the membership of the Chamber as a whole we want you to feel that we entirely ap preciate the work of yourself and your district. With such team work as was displayed in this recent election we feel that such projects as are launched in the future for the good of our county will experience no dif ficulty in reaching successful concision. Again thanking you for your wonderful support and assuring you of our entire co-operation in the future in everything for the common good, we are Sincerely, The Dalies-Wasco County C of C E. F. Van Schoick, Secretary. 'a'sto.a!a H a-. -w i i i i i i G MITCHEL LEWIS in Jacques of the Silver North A story of the rugged woodsmen of the north and trained monkeys in a live comedy. Admission 20c and 40c Maupin June 30, Wapinitia July 1, Tj gh July 3 COMING JULY 4th Evening at Tygh Valley A big special for those who are not going away to celebrate Back to God's Country And a tunefal comedy. Admission 25c and 50c DANCE AFTER THE SHOW Tickets $1.10 Plylers Orchestra. . Milkr-Crabtree Isaac Earl Crabtree of Maupin and Miss E'jith Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert F. Miller, were united in marriage Satur day afternoon at 2:30 in the United Brethern parsonage by Rev. G. K. Hartman. The bride groom who served 19 months in the navy during the war, is the son of Mr. Andrew Crabtree, rancher near Maupin.,The couple will reside on a ranch near An drew Crabtree's home. Those attending the wedding ceremony were Andrew' Crabtree, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Miller, Marion Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Crabtree and Miss Sarah Hartman. The Dalles Chronicle. TRUCK WRECKED -TWO MENjNJURED Machine Goes Over Bank When Brake Fails to Hold Two men narrowly escaped death on the Maupin lu'll last Sunday when a truck owned by Oskar Huber, general contractor, of Portland, and driven by Glen Richson, also of Portland, was wrecked. Richson accompanied by Carlton Kent, were enroute to Portland, from Prineville where the truck had bpen at work on the state highway the past few months and when de scending the Maupin hill the brake in the machine gave way. The truck immedately started on a wild run down the grade and the driver being unable to make the last turn on the shot reverse 'curve about half a mile above the foot of the hill, the machine went over the bank. The truck was badly wrecked and the two young men were painfully but not seriously injured. Kelly Clan Annual Meet Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kelly re turned from Portland Tuesday where they attended the 23rd annual reunion of the Kelly clan at the home of James G. Kelly. An excellent dinner was served after which the clan history and the record of births and deaths for the past year were read. A few speeches followed and "My Old Kentucky Home" was sung by the assembly, Kentucky be ing the native state of the clan. Everybody then retired to the I lawn where a jolly time was en joyed by all. Seventy-one were present with Penumbra Kelly presiding. AT HOTEL Sanitary and Commercial Rooms Remember we run on pre-war prices home cooking, neat and clean Meals Served: Breakfast 6 to 8; Dinner 12 to 2; Supper 6 to 8. PHONE 8A82 Our Motto is SERVICE Paint is on the drop. Get our prices. Maupin Drug Store. Portland Painless Dentist, 305, Second St. The Dalles Oregon, All work guaranteed, W. T. Slatten D, D. S. Proprietor, Eastman Kodaks and Kodak Supplies. -Maupin Drug Store. "7 Carrying your surplus money around in your pocket is A BAD HABIT Putting it on Time Deposit with us at four per cent Interest is A GOOD HABBIT Start today MAUPIN STATE BANK HOTEL KELLY UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT When you come to Maupin come in and see us and bring the family. We will be glad to meet you and you can eat at the Hotel Kelly as cheap as you can at home. M. FLYNN, Prop. Rites liiz to Ninn ilcy Service up-to-Date A Letter to Farmers "In Union There Is Strength" We sometimes forget that the truisms that the ages have prov ed for us. For example in the hurry and toil of life, we so many times strive to emulate the olden hero who carried the world on his shoulders, alone and unaided. But neither more -in. a- ugurative than in a real sense, can this be done now. 'Bossism" and "one man rule" are things of the past. We carry a divided responsi bility that we share with others in like walks of life, and if we are of one mind and so disposed, by uniting, we can put through ?reat enterprises to completion with ease and dispatch. The independent farmer lias been one of the last to give up his atlas job and to learn that "United, we stand; divided, we fall." But he is coming to un derstand .that he must fall in line with the trend of the times. It is not neccessary to give up independent thinking; rather the contrary. But to think in terms of the masses instead of the in dividual is now his duty, as do the workers in other lines of endeavor. So fall in line! Put your whole heart into the problems of your occupation, and co-operate with the farmers organizations. Al ready are they begining to make themselves heard, and their power felt in the "councils of the mighty" and it is high time that this is so.' Read, post your self on the questions of your trade, get in line with the pro cession and boost. Don't forget that part, but boost with an intelligent realization of what you are boosting for; so you may be able to answec all qurries as to the whys and wherefores." Universal Farmer's Union is putting itself in a position to do its share of .boosting. As a pre liminary move, when the Dcr thick school house wasf ordered sold by the district bounday board, they were on the spot and bought the building, and are planning to put it in first class shape for a meeting place for their union. It seems as near a central location posfible to get, and to meet all necessary requir- ments for the present. All farmers are cordially invit ed to join with us, in our efforts to promote the advancement of the welfare of the farmer and 3 -v 3 " 1 :T?r U -V ' --J r "-' - I L If v5 V ft B I Case Gwm-Sr-ing Threshers Case stent b.-i!i Ihreshsrs Kith pr-optr Hmh. . mmU whith v:e me prepared to furnith will thresh ail gmint cud seeds grown, fJASE thres'isis are sturdily built of steel, insuring lcnfe life. Steel construction also preventa total destruction by fire. Rotting .and warping k .impossible in a Case steel thresher. Distorted frames and disalignment of ehnfta and bearings from the pull of main drive belts ate avoided by the Case method of construction. Galvanizing prevents rusting. Add to this the fact that Case threshers in sure the cleanest of threshing, thorough sepa ration, perfect denning i-ni unequaled saving and you have the reason why more Casi threshers were built vnd sold last season than in any previous year of the history of the J. I. Cass Threshing' Mathine Co. V 3 Bug-ffes t you f.h.te vour ord?r for a Case threshwr as early a possibla. If you buy a Cass you will b satisfied. Couie in and let's talk it over. km .i!' A mm Patera V You've fitted Machinery to your Farm THEN WHY NOT let ni2 fit music to your home 11. ANDERSON Maupin, Oregon his just cause. F, E. C. U. 1 . .