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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 27, 1921)
Devoted to the Interest? of Southern Wasco County
VOL 8. NO 3
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY. OREGON. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 27 1921
Garden Seeds Coming
Congressman Nick Sinnott has
notified The Maupin Times that
he will make distribution of
government seeds allotted to him
thiW year through the papers in
his district as this method has
proved so successful for several
years in getting same into the
them. There will be several
thousand more seeds allotted to
each member of congress this
year than there were last year.
Congressman Sinnott will send
a package of seeds to any con
stituent writing directly io him
at Washington, after they, are
ready for distribution; sometime
hands of those who most desired I after the first of the year.
that you can work yourself
with paint, varnish or enamel
WE have established a service
for women and men who
want to do small jobs of interior
ipaintjng, varnishing or refinishing
f furniture, floors, bath rooms,
vails, bric-a-brac, basketry, brack
ets,' tc. i
t It's a free service. You simply
tell us what you have to refmish,
how finished now and, what effect
you want to get.
We tell j'ou how to do if in
detail. What kind of material to
use. I What kind of brush. What
method. Where to buy.
You can work transformation in
liome things that will surprise you.
Old bedsteads, tables, chaifs,
floors, bath tubs, etc., are old really
pnly on the turface. Taint, var
nish or enamel them and they're
new I. ,
k JVg make a special line of
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you've used them. -
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country's largest manufacturers.
Our experts make a study of spe
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Don't think you can't because
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helow as a memo to
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of, and get our free advice on refinish
ing furniture, chairs, floors, bric-l-brac,
brackets, basketry, etc.
They Are Fine
Late Pacific Coast cranberries
are now appearing on the mar
kets. The local berries are
readily distinguishable from the
Atlantic fruit, the eastern cran
berry, by the lighter color of
the local fruit. This lighter
color is now recognized as a
distinct asset, as it gives the
cooked product a much brighter
red hue, and also creates a
stiffer jelly. No canberry could
produce a sauce or jelly of finer
quality than those grown in our
own state. In the great cran
berry district at the mouth of
the Columbia river is the bulk of
Pacific coast cranberries grown.
Oregon and Washington have
joined forces in a marketing
campaign, and growers of those
states have formed the Pacific
Cranberry Exchange which mar
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Fuller's "Home Service" Paint
Products are s-jld by tht following
n your cityi
AGENT Purs Prepared PAINT
Maupin Drug Co.
for a durable, beauti
ful floor varnish ol
the finest type. Not
Injured by boiling wa
ter, rolling furnitura
pr very hard wear.
Also makers of
Decoret, Rubber - Ce
ment Floor Faint,
"Fullerwear" Varnish. '
mikenwhlta tftamel. Washable Wall Finish.
Ante Enamel. Barn and : Roof Paint,
rereh and a Paint, and PIONEER
" Wamic News
Wamic, October 24.
A large concourse of people
were in attendance at the fun
eral of Mrs. Jula Alfraetta
Driver here yesterday at the
Lone Pine cemetery. Mrs. Driver
died Saturday of pneumonia af
ter a week's illness. The funeral
was held at 2 o'clock. Rev.
Parker of Wapinitia pronounced
the funeral rites. Mrs. Driver
was a former resident of this
place, living here with her
family for a number of years.
While here she won many warm
friends who are saddenedby her
passing away. She whs sixty
five years of age. She leaves
two daughters, Miss Edna Driver
who resided with her mother in
i he Dalles, Mrs. Mamie Ken
, eily and a granddaughter Miss
Lucile Kennedy of this place,
M in. Driver has a number of
reli. ives living here and other
reitii .ves in aim around uaKiano, School Notes
Oi-nri.i Wvr stiHtPi'. Mia. Mhi'-i
. . , ,v , , , , Margaret Schtmian is a new
caret 'arcioit ano ner uusoana ... . . ...
a ..hK. VlQJpupil mine primary room, bin
T . "T , T . I brings the total enrollment up to
, . m..-.- w...,..nfi ii J thirty-one.
iUUB'" l""",;"ul l "u,'c' On Friday. October 28 we wi
r-nvofor hi (' IPSIllllT n HPP. -
. . i . llol(J our regular literary pn
i ' combined with a celebm
lhursday to attend the saleati . Willjll.(1-H
the Walter Duver place on Ju.u- whlch mve b(,ell
per Hat. Mr. Driver conte.n- ,ven . 0ctobep 22lldi but we
pla es going M the Willamette two ,.atn8 K0
va ley to spenil. he winter pr
Mr. and Mr. .-r I rait and The gtufent Body b
baby Loyal am -d ihursday anouuce the readi B by Mia8
from the.r homes!. near Oak- Beu,ah Hendricha01 of Falla
T I ,;y p 7 City, Cal., Dec. 5. 1921. Miss
Mr and Mrs. Eugene rait. ' llendrict8on is a pubHc PllUn,
Mrs. Laura Savage went to , . , ,A h,, nn .
Portland Saturday to I w.th atform
her sister Mrs. Franc. 0avBRe of Maupii) gup.
W.!!?i. , , , , ,, porting a lecture course this year
Phil Molt hauled wood Iroin 'we feel sure an entertainment of
the Ernest Gesh place here lust hi h iterBry n,erit Buch a8 M;8B
week to his home on Jumper Hend,.jck80n advertiae8 wi,i be a
Frank and Henry D"vej ;.! , tiejit lo-M , 8nd the
J,m Kennedy went to rheDallf. o 8U1.roundi P0U,,t
Fnday, ca led by the acnous ,lJ1ie gtudei(t bo(Jy gre backinK
dlnessof Mrs. Julia A. Driver. Mi)Umelt and promise
Percy Driver went to The Th pxpect
Dalles Tuesday br.nging home ; t . f .utin.a entertJlinment
some doors and windows for his , . ( U)eir
house. Mrs, Made Pa .son ac-, Thfi , Mmfy ,8 Jn
co.npanied h.ra home after spe.,,1 1 (j & (j lm
mgseve.a aays ... iu ! for m a year bonk put out by
Wilhs Nerval held a sale at t))e gtmkints of the Unive,.yitv
his place baturday. . Q u j8 a H wt
Kdley We.sbeck. a forest M of m
ranger, is out from the moun-j B,vLif H tlie
taH.aath.8home.n r.vgh. :siudeuts ot the Univelbll, , t.
Mr. Kat.e Driver has an attack of ,. m
01 dbllimd. ,,nit:ilmc uthloHco Ul'l
i :aoa n,m uit, t.. , t.t, v--t
Lincoln Hartman has returned
from a visit with his brorher in
Quite a number of folks from
here attended the sale at Wamic
Grandma Woodside is feeling
About thirty ladies were pres
ent at the parsonage Wednesday
at a shower for Mrs. Everett
Richmond. Many beautiful and
useful gifts of glas, china and
linen were received besides a
number of cooking utensils.
L. D. Woodside visited
wife in Dufur Sunday.
THE YEAR $1.50
Now is the time to do your
painting we've got the best
Paint at the Right Price. Mau
pin Drug Store.
Crushed rock and sand have
been hauled for the cement work
of the new buildings of Kaiser,
Shattuck and Butler. Excava
tion is in progress and the frame
for the cement on the Kaiser
building is already being con
structed, Choice White Leghorn Cock-
his erels for sale at $1 each if taken
at once, Mrs. Frank Batty.
Wamic Lumber Company
Has on Hand for Sale
ROUGH and DRESSED
at Reasonable Prices
It will pay to talk to us about
-: GROCERIES :-
Fresh Fruits and
WILLIAMS & McCLURE
East End of Bridge Maupin, Oregon
OLIVER No. 7 2 bottom 14 inch
Regular price $150.00 Sale $122.00
OLIVER No. 3 16 inch bulkey
Regular price $130.00 Sale $112.00
TOHN DEERE 2 bottom 14 inch
Regular price $l4b.uu saie ?uu.uu
ARMCO DRILL horse or tractor
Regular price $258.00 Sale $210.00
Use VEEDOL in your motor
Call us when you are ready
for that FORDSON demonstration
GANNETT MOTOR CO.
Ford and For son Dealer
Jimmie Johnson is spending
the winter in Grass Val!ej at the
John Van Meter place.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Woodcock
and Cecil were over from Maupin
Sunday, guests at the A. E.
Frank Wing,. Mrs. Nellie III
ingsworth and Mrs. Dully Kist
ner went to Dufur Monday for
meieal treatment. Mrs. Kistner
remained at the hospital there,
T .1 Kenfprt. and familv re-
L J L'-iln.r fi-m a irnoL'a Bee t.
stay with relatives in Portland.
Mrs. Seufert's grandmother,
Mra. Gleason accompanied them ;
home. j Iiev
Howard black erby, urn anu
Frank Wing and Herman Gesh
went to Badger Lake today tu
look atter their cattle. Wilbur
Wing and Cheater Unttain went
M. Low passed through here
Saturday, going to Wapinitia,
having tramped the distance
from The Dalle.
George Magill brought a load
of furniture from The Dallas!
last week for Miles Kinney. i
M. J. Ferris has leased the
John Eubanks place here.
C. M. Plyler will give a pic
ture show and Hallowe'en danre
here Saturday night. Mrs. Ethel
il scene J
ugs apd j J
day celebrations, beautiful
of the yuiversity buildi
life on the campus in winch
future students are very much!
inteiesteni, also .those of the'
community having friends or!
relatives in the Oregon Univer- j
sity will be pleased to scan its1
pages and get a glimpse of the j
life their friends are leading in
one of Oregon's greatest educa
tional institutions. Come and
You are welcome.
Jesse Walter, C. E.
Wasco County residents will appreciate a
pleasant home and delicious meals whin in
The Dalles if you make your headquarters at
Mrs. N. W. Flinn, Trop.
continued on page 4
Mr.rinalH will tirpHfli I
E. E. Miller is here from Port
land this week.
Come to the Rally Duy pro
gram at the church Sunday
S. N. Hill is in Ft. Rock this
Rev. J. I. Parker is in The
Dalles having dental work done.
Mrs. J. M. O Brien who has
been vjsiting her mother in
Dufur haa returned home.
Chester Rice is on the sick.
The sale at Walter Driver's
wa3 well attended. The Drivers
have gone to Portland.
Jacob TeEchner made a trip
to Maupin Wednesday.
The Dalles-California Highway
Will be completed through the county in the
next few years,
Start a time deposit for that new fliver and
draw four per cent interest on your money.
Maupin State Bank
We Strive to Merit Approval