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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 8, 1921)
Demoted to the Interest? of Southern Wasco County
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY. OREGON. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 8.1921
THE YEAR $1.50
VOL 7, NO 48
To the pupils and patrons of
of the Maupin Schools Greeting;
Another year is before us and
I trust it will be as pleasant and
profitable as last years was and
even more so.
Let all grade pupils bring what
books they know belong properly
to their respective grades and
come prepared to work the first
day. If you are uncertain of your
books come any way and we will
provide you with work until the
books are sucured. If any have
good second hand books they
wish to sell have them at the
school Monday with the price a
greed to by the parent and we
will try to place it. This applies
to high school books also. If the
text is to be used this year.
'. We hope each highschool stud
ent will strive to be in place
Monday Sept. 12 at 9 a. m. Some
classes will not be positively de
cided upon till the majority wish
ing certain subjects have been
determined. So if you are not
there you may miss the class you
want. Come prepared to slay all
Tygh Valley, Oregon, August 31, 1921.
Dear Friend: v
You are hereby advised that the Tygh Valley public schools
open on September twelfth.
There will be three teachers in the school ; two in the
grades and one in the high school'. The high school is STANDARD and
meets all of the college entrance requirements. Typewriting, short
hand and bookkeeping also will be taught. -
.It is the desire of the school board to extend the
usefulness of the school to the greatest limit, and to that end all
pupils will be welcome, thrice welcome.
Very sincerely yours,
Clyde T. Bonney.
day. Work starts Monday.
The teachers , pledge them
selves to do all in their power to
make this the best school year
Maupin has ever known.
A. M. Winn. Principal.
'Portland Painless Dentist, 305,
Second St. The Dalles Oregpn,
All work guaranteed, W. T.
Slatten D, D. S. Proprietor,
Dufur High School Opens
Here is maintained the Smith
Hughes Agricultural department
for Wasco county.
Practical instruction given in
the vare, management, and feed
ing of Keel' cattte, dairy cattle,
hogs, plipop, horses and poultry,
also stork judging and milk and
Under Plant Husbandry prac
tical instruction will be given in
the growing of grain,, potatoes,
hay, grasses for pasture, corn,
fruits and other farm crops.
For further information write
to the clerk of the district.
Strayed: Old Dan; grey horse,
formerly owned by John Ward.
Finder please notify J. F.
Blanchard, Wamic, Ore. .
00 Keeps the Maytag in Your Home if,
after we do your family washing,
you decide you want to keep it.
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Rev; Isaac.Jamison Powell was
born in Missouri, April 19, 1843,
died September 6, 1921, having
attained the age of 78 years, 4
months and 17 days. . ' . .
When two years old he grossed
the plains with his parents who
were among the earliest settlers
in the Willamette valley. When
a young man he obtained the
best education that the schools
of that time afforded- His en
trance into public life was first
as a school teacher. His career
as a minister of the gospel began
iti 1865 when he was given quar
terly conference license by the
United Brethern church at Sub
limity, Oregon. In 1867 ho was
granted annual conference license
signed by Bishop Shuck at Port-
and. He was ordained at Phil
omath, Oregon, in 1895, Bishop
E. P. Kephart performing the
rite of ordination. He saw more
than 40 years of continuous ser
vice as a minister of the gospel.
Rev. Powell was one of the
pioneer ministers of Wasco coun
ty, coming here over 42 years
ago. The whole county was his
parish in that early day when
settlements were first being
, Mr. Powell was married to
Miss Adelia Collver in Coos
county, Oregon, January 18th,
1870. This union continued for
50 years, Mrs. Powell having
died in June, 1920. Ten children
were born in their home. The
following eight are yet living to
mourn the loss of their beloved
father: Herbert Powell of Hover
Wn., John Powell of Wapinitia,
James Powell of Hartland, Wn.,
Mrsi Anna Brown, of Portland,
Mrs. Eva Heisler of Dufur, Mrs.
Bessie Niekerson of tygh Valley
Mrs. Lida Killian, Grand View,
Wn., Mrs. Myrtle Niekerson,
The funeral services were con
ducted by Rev. Parker at the
home of William Niekerson at
Tygh. Interment took place in
the Kelly cemetery.
Notice to all water users under
contract with the Wapinitia
Owing to extensive repairs to
our entire canal system, the
water will be shutout promptly
at the end of the irrigation sea
son, that is, September 15th.
11 those desiring to irrigate, or
i fill ponds, will kindly arrange
to do so before that date. ,
Wapinitia Irrigation Co.
Per Robert Ellinwood, Supt.
During this sale we will give you your
choice of the following: A high grade
gasoline iron. Here is a wonderful
chance to make your ironing easy
without going to any expense, buy a
Maytag now and get .this splendid
useful gasoline iron or you may have
a beautiful aluminum covered cooker
in case you prefer it. In order to get
either of these articles FREE be sure
to buy your Maytag Washer during
MAIL OR BRING THIS COUPON
In accordance with you FREE
demonstration offer, I will be pleased
to have you do my washing this week
The moBt convenient time will be
Address Phone No
F. M. Griffin from lone, is
here vifiting his daughter, Mrs.
H. R. Kaiser.
QRobert Ensign Ellinwood of
the Wapinitia Irrigation company
was admitted to the Oregon
State Bar at the last session of
the supreme court. Mr. Ellin
wood holds degrees of Bache
lor of Laws and Master of Laws
from the New York University,
1912, has been admitted to the
New York Bar and Washington
Bar, and has practised two years
in New York and three years in
Two young men, members of
the Chronicle force made the
Times office a fraternal call this
noon. They are enjoying a few
days' vacation at Oak Springs.
A few $15.00 42-piece Dinner
Sets left. Will close them out
at $10.00. Maupin Drug Store. '
A. Anderson of Portland,
brother of the local restaurant
man, is here spending his vaca
tion from figures and books aud
helping in a local warehouse.
For rent, house in east Maupin
3 rooms with water and phone
in house; chicken house also.
Write Box 762, The Dalles.
Mis3 Lorraine Stovall was tak-,
en to the hospital this morning. ,
She suffering from appendicitis.
Sunday, H. Anderson's mother
and sister and brother-in-law
motored up from Portland. Mr.
Anderson and daughter Viola
accompanied them on their home
Get ready for seeding Blue
Stone and Formaldehyde at
Maupin Drug Store.
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Shearer
and Neuel, and Miss Stella Wray
of The Dalles went to the moun
Barley For Sale, feed or seed,
at my ranch or at the warehouse
John W. Ayres.
W. J. Pratt, father of Mrs. G.
E. Wood died Tuesday at his
home in Tscoma. Funeral ser
vices will be held tomorrow.
Mrs. Wood went from North
Bend to attend the funeral. Mr.
Pratt had been in poor health
since the flu a few years ago,
but had lately seemed improving
He was about 67 years of age
and is survived by his mother
who is past ninety and lives in
Don't let the flies bother your
cows. Get some Fly Chaser
at the Maupin Drug Store.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wilson of
Portland motored over the high
way Sunday morning and were
guest of their son R. E. Wilson
and family the first of the week.
Bushels of Wheat
Is the amount that will pass through the two
elevators and the flour mill at Maupin this
season. This wheat, if sold at the present
quotations would bring $250,000.00. When you
receive your share of this quarter of a million
dollars remember your local institutions.
Maupin State Bank
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