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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1921)
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Demoted to the Interest? of Southern Wasco County
VOL 7. NO 43
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON. THURSDAY. AUGUST 4 1921
THE YEAR $1.50
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Henne
ghan leave in the morning for
A Practically new Florance oil
stove for sale. Inquire at The
Mrs. Anna Sovern of Portland
came Thursday evening and vis
ited a few days at the home of
her brother, W. H. Staats.
Cecil Woodcock went to The
Dalles Sunday, bringing out a
load of furniture for his mother.
$225 Claxtonola talking ma
chines Reduced to $175; $175
Claxtonola talking machines Re
duced to $125 st Maupin Drug
Store; will give terms.
Born Monday to Mr. and Mrs.
Claud Wilson, a son.
Sanitary and Commercial Rooms
Our Motto is SERVICE
Automatic Air Control
automatically controls the volume of air
entering the carburetor, making it possible
to throttle your car down on a very lean
Gives a more correct mixture at all speeds
Results: More Power, more
flexibility, less carbon, less
heat, and an Increase of
Three to Eight Miles
per Gallon of Gas
The Eclipse is mechanically and scientific
ally correct. The double valve absolutely
Prevents Any Damage by Backfire.
For Sale by
Wm. L. Morrison and J. E. Morrison
Sole Distributers for Wasco and Sherman Counties
A Bad Habit
Carrying your surplus money
around in your pocket.
A Good Habit
rutting it on time deposit with
us at four per cent interest'. Start
Maupin State Bank
Ws Strive to Merit Approval
Big Grain Fire
Between forty and fifty acres
of Belvie Patison's grain field
southeast of Wamic snd a stack
of bundle grain in the field
burned Wednesday afternoon.
A steam thresher and crew in
approaching to commence on the
grain passed by the west side of
One Negro Killed
As the climax of trouble for
the past week Walter Smith a
negro shot and killed Sam Smith
a negro, when the latter attemp
ted to attack him with an axe at
the Oakbrook section house Tues
day. The immediate cause of
the outbreak was the resignation
the field and about half a mile offered by Walter Smith to . the
on the n6rth, discovering the Japanese section foreman, say-
fire as they turned to enter the ling he could not get along with
field. The fire is supposed to
have started from a spark from
the engine as it passed the west
side of the field, the wind fan
ning it to flame. Hard fighing
saved iti from reaching Frank
Magill's grain stacks close.
The Morris Brothers' thresh-'
ing crew and M. I. Shearer
went from the Fairvicw section
to heQ fight the fire.
Mrs. J. R. Lewis and son Jesse
went to Clackamas Thursday.
Walter Driver lost a valuable
milk cow Tuesday
Evert Richmond and Alma
Powell spent Wednesday e vening
with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Driver
Crystal Hartman visited with
AngieTapp Thursday and Friday
at the Sid Wilson home.
Johnnie Sinclair came down
from the road camp Thursday
and returned Friday with a load
Jennie Bronner was helping
Mrs. Leander Walters while they
had the harvesters.
Crystal Hartman is helping
Mrs. Louis Walters this week.-"
The little folks at Herbert
Hammers are having the meas
les. Carl Powell and Cal Burnt ide
were down from the mountians
Mr. McKee was down from
the mountains Friday
the acciuaintance with his new
E M. Hartman was quite
poorly last week but is better
Mr. and Mrs. Killian and
daughter of Goldendale Wash,
Mr. and Mrs. Nickerson and
daughters of Tygh were Sunday
visitors at the home of their
brother, John Powell.
Mrs. Kaseberg weo was visit
ing her sister, Mrs. Maddron,
returned to her home in Calif.
Perle Evick and family and
Grandpa Evick have returned
from a vacation at Seaside.
Gotleib Teschner has gone to
Sherman county to work.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Cox went
over to the Reservation Sunday
fpr a few days' outing.
Six men of the ditch crew are
now working on the south canal.
If Mrs. Geo. Burnside had 30
young turkeys and the coyotes
took 29, how many will she have
to roast for her Christmas
the other negro and would
rather leave. The resignation
was not accepted, however, and
Sam Smith was discharged in
stead. This angered him and he
went for Walter Smith with an
axe, the latter retreating until
he reaehbd a shot gun standing
by the side of the house and
fired just in time to save a fatal
blow with the axe. The negros
are not relatives.
Walter Smith came to Maupin
and gave himself up to Deputy
Sheriff Williams, who took him
to The Dalles.
, Coroner Burgett came out and
got the body Tuesday evening,
no inquest being necessary.
Tygh Valley is a mighty lively
little burg these days. Cars, big
and little," bugs", motorcycleF,
wagons, people horse back ar d
afoot, are passing and repassing
continually, day and night. One
wonders where they all come
from and where they possibly
can be going, but cars with the
license and tags of every state
of the union, almost, tell a tale
of wanderlust" being gratified,
and we are glad to welcome ti e
strangers to our western country,
and can only hope that many of
them will make up their minds
to stay with us as home makers.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Foster
making have returned to Tygh, and
Mrs. Foster ha3 taken charge of
the post office. They have moved
the office into the building that
sheltered it thirty years ago,
but at that time the main store
was in the same.' building. The
post office was kept as accomm
odation to the patrons of the
Several old time residents
have visited this place thu sum
mer among them being G. P.
Burtner. He and his famib mot
ored up from Frisco their pres
ent home, and while Mrs. Burt
ner visited at Vancouver with
relatives, G.R. Burtner came on
to see his fathers folks at Dufur
and could not resist the temta
tion to call at their old home and
the friends at Tygh. His sister
Miss Nell Burtner, accompanied
Mr. and Mrs. John Scott also
spent a few days here being on
their way home from Fossil,
where their daughter resides.
Swimming is the sport these
days and the ole' swimmin' hole'
Jack Wall male a trip to the i apparantly extends the full
length of the creek, as parties
find the "best place " in various
sheltered spots, and new recruits
are made daily for the "winged
road camp Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben foreman
went to The Dalles Saturday.
They report that their son is
gaining as well as could be
Phil Mott just finished heading
450 acres of grain.
Jamie Abbott returned from
Portland Painless Dentist, 305,
Second St. The Dalles Oregon,
All work guaranteed, W. T.
Portland with a, brand new j siatten D, D. S. Proprietor,
N. G- Hedin was a Dalles vis
itor this week.
L. D. Kelly returned home
Monday evening from the moun
tains. He reports a fine crop of
berries, only a few being ripe
now. However, he brought out
five gallons. He will return to
the 'mountains in about three
H. Anderson is working in a
local warehouse. Mrs. Ander
son and helpers are handling the
restaurant and confectionery.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Morris
and Mrs. Jory were Dalles visit
ors Monday. Max Woodruff ac
companied them home.
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. ,
9 Rates Back to Norm ilcy Service up-to-Date
The Same Machine
lyt&g Washer -
To take the work and worry out of wash day, there's nothin
quite so good as a gasoline engine and a Maytag Washer tf
you ( ou t happen to have the engine that's no reason why you
lit ThSSteSl F' a MaytUg Ihai PWer W9r
When You Get Your Engine
just take off the handle, mnl you have a belt-power
machine. The Maytag is the only "two in-ono" washer
A Power Washer
SIIATTUCK BROS., Maupin
flu-' i, ,1 1 -mi
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Walter
and older sons are improving the
opportunites for work during
the present rush of harvest, Mr.
Walter and the boys working in
the field, and Mrs. Walter is
employed on a cook wagon.
The body of Terry C. Jones, a
Wamic soldier, who died of pneu
monia in France during the war
will arrive in The Dalles today,
August 4. The body will lie in
state at The Dalles funeral home
until services Saturday at 7 p.
m- under the auspices of the
American Legion. Burial will
be in the Wamic cemetery Sun
day at 2 p. m,
You've fitted Machinery to your Farm
THEN WHY NOT
let me fit music to your home