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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (July 21, 1921)
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Demoted to the Interest? of Southern Wasco County
VOL 7, NO 41
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY. OREGON. THURSDAY. JULY 21,1921
1 HE YEAR $1.50
Wheat Yield Good
Reports of grain harvest this
year are very encouraging. On
the Flat, J. W. Davidson's bar
ley this year has averaged so far
fifty-five bushels to the acre. J.
L. Confer's is ' making fifty.
Wm. Nickerson's wheat is aver
aging 35 bushels for the acre,
which is said to be a good esti
mate of the wheat yield in
general for this section. A num
ber of the farmers have already
finished threshing, and it is now
the matter of only a few weeks
until harvest will have been com
pleted and the grain all in stor
age. Then to the mountains!
Ready for 1921 Grain
The local warehouses are prac
tically cleaned up and ready' for
the big 1921 crop of grain, which
has already commenced coming
in. The Mapin Warehouse has
shipped six carloads of wheat
since the first of the month and
have only about one-half a car
load left in storage. The crew
are making some" repairs and
re-inforcing the warehouse se
tion of the building.
Manager Bolton of the Hunt's
Ferry warehouse stated Unit ihe
wheat which h coming in i-' of
very good quality. A nun her
of fanners have eoimnn.c.'d
Sanitary and Commercial Kooms
Our Motto is SERVICE
It's lime now to down ami hear
Plunge into the surf, dig darns, fish, hunt, play, rctt and
get the real joy that only a beach vacation can give.
Just remember what a week or two will do for you at
If there is any doubt which one to visit ask our agent for
"Outings in the Pacific North west"
and "Oregon Outdoors"
Thpv toll the whole slorv. Then pack your trunk and pur
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UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM
Insuring that most wonderful trip
down through the Columbia River
Gorge. Let our agent tell you all
about it, arrange your itinerary and
make your reservation.
R. B. BELL Agent
WM. McMURKAY, General Passenger Agent
Ilomeseekcrs' Schedule ; W. C. T. U. Meet
The Oregon State Chamber of j The Maupin W. C' T. U
Commerce has furnished the! with Mrs. H. F. Woodcock
local commercial secretary with
a copy of the final itinerary for
the home seeker's excursion
which will leave the middle west
in September, a synopsis of
September 20, 1921, 6:15 p. m.
leave Kansas City;
Omaha, 21st, 1:20 a. m.;
Green River, Wyoming, 22nd,
1 :35 a. m ;
Ontario, Oregon, 22nd. 4:32 p.
m., until 23rd, 2:01 p. m.;
Baker, 23rd, 5:07 p. m. until
21th, 7:55 p. in;
La Grande, 24th, 9:50 p. m.,
until 25lh, 9:55 p. m.;
Pendleton, 20th, 1:13 a. m..
llermialon,-, 26th, 11:50 p. m.
The Dalles, 27th, 3:15 a. in.
Pavty leaves train at 8 o'clock,
mooing of the 27th at The
Dalles, which concludes the train
trip After breakfast at The
Da!'.' . . party will be driven to
Hood River. The trip will be
made via Portland, Eugene,
Roseluu a, Ashland, Klamath
Falls, Cix fer Lake, Pond, Mad
ras by ant' ''nubile, embarking at
Madras on the Oregon Trunk,
at 9:35 p. j.i , October 7, arriving
at Maupin, October 8, 12:50 a.
m. After an ary breakfast the
party will be shown Wapmiiu
Plains irrifeati .1 and dry wheal,
farms and take the train foi
Omaha and Kan; City at 10:25
the 19th for a social afternoon
and the regular business of the
organization was followed by
music and a delicious lunch. The
next meeting will be August 16th
at the home of Mrs. W.II. Staats
All members please attend.
Mrs W. O. Miller, Sec'y.-Treas.
Born Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs
P.. J. Kirsh a ten pound daughter, I
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 Back ta Normalcy Service up-to-Date
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A Bad Habit
- C'iii iiiig y("Jf f'tiri'Iti;:
around in your pocket.
A Good Habit
- rutting it n I inn- dfpo.M! wilh
us ;it four per ciiit interest. Start
Maupin State Bank
Ys Strive l'j Merit Approval
The two companies have ar
ranged for storage charge!- of
$1.25 per ton until the lirst ol
January, aud 15 cents a month
after that time.
Elmer d. Remington was ln..i
February 4th, 1862, at Wool
burn, Oregon, and departed thi.
life July 10th, 1921. His carl
life was spent in Idaho. When
a young man he was united in
marriage to Miss Ida Boyer. To
this union were born the follow
ing children: Evry Franklin, ul
Grass Valley, Elmer Lowrencc
of Wasco, Hugh Francis, oi
Lewiston, Idaho, Mrs. Emma
Acheson of Swisshome, Oregon,
and Mrs. Melby Magill at whose
homo, three miles east of Wapi
nitia he was being . cared for
when death occuned- He also
leaves two brothers. De Witt
Remington of Portland, Jerome
Remington of Albeita, Canada,
and one sister, Mrs. Mary Ship
ley of Klso, Wn.
Funeral services were eonduc- j
ted Sunday at the Wapinilia
church and interment made at
Kelly cemetery, Rev. J. I. Parker
Mr. Remington was a me
chanic by trade and to the mem
ber3 of this family belong the
honors or perfecting the Rem
ington typewriter and Reining
ton fire arms. During hU life
lie had been associated in fra
ternal fellowship with the Odd
Fellows and the Modern Woodmen.
S3 We want entry woman (o know about this wonderful machine and nould '
) like to hare you see it do VOL' 11 wavhiuy in your home
SfiATTUCIi BROS., Agents,
H Maupin, Oregon
Mr. Morton and run Arthur
who are traveling for Ihe Mer
genthaler Linotype rnmpany
stopped in Maupin Tuesday
night while enroute from port
land to the Editorial AssocMliim
meeting at Cend, Friday and
and Saturday. i t
Mrs. Mary Harris Armor LL.
D. who has for years been one; 2
of the principal Fpeaker3 at
national V. C. T. U. Conventions' I
v. ill r.peak at. the M. E. Church
in The Dalles July 25th. at 8 P.M.
Dr. Armor ha3 traveled extensiv
ely in this and other countries
and The Dalles Union are very
proud to b? able to hear a speak
er of such renoun.
Henry Goetjen is here from
Mount Olive, Canada visiting his
brother D. M. Go"tjen, and
mother who i9 very ill.
Andys place recently had a
' new coat of decoration on thf
exterion whit h adds very bene
i ficially to its general appearanre.
i Mr. and Mr3. Anderson lave the
I . past year favord Maupin with
i ii i.' '..An.,h ,.c 'it, o their invitine restaurant and
in.,.1 Mr. fhil.lnrs from Waging conf-clioPflry parlor, tic heavy
! ton, D. C, are on a rhihmg trip ; patronage of which pIiot.s the
i t i. . r....i -i i,oi ; eeneral appi eciatimi of the
I will return and partake of ajSHwic.
birthday dinner Satuaday. Mr.! Mr. Brown, the Christain
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Woodcock will be sixty.tive years MMnisier wnoi3in luaopm m-
weekly. announcs he haa eight
een names to enter as charter
Cinav niptil. from Philomath. mcmber3 of a Chi sIibii church
accompanied by Mrs. StovaU s I here. Services will be conducted J
j Dr. and Mi3 Stovall returned
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You've filled Machinery lo your Farm
THEN WHY NOT
me (it music to your home
mother Mrs. McFarland, who again Sunday July dlt. morning
I will visit here for a short time J and evening at th? school house.