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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (March 3, 1927)
C. V T'sa.. Editor
C. W. Semmca end . R. Sammei
Published vrT Thursday at
hxtucnpr.o. v.- year, 51.50; six
Itior.ths, 51.00: tnre months. BO cts.
Entered a second class mail mat--r
September 8, iyl4, at the post
v ';; at Maupin, Orecon, under the
-,t of Maxell B. lS7i).
OWN YOR OWN HOME
The San Francisco Chronicle in its
campaign for home ownership, re
cently ran the following editorial:
"When a primeval woman first
found a drier and safer cave in
which to keep her young, and per
suaded her savage mate to defend it
against intruders, there began the
Own Your Home movement There
also was laid the foundation of stable
human society, of the arts, sciences
and all that goes to make up civiliza
tion. "The principle is no less potent to
day than it was in the beginning. In
proportion to the ownership of
homes, society is stable. The more
homes that are owned, the more
persons have at stake in the com
munity and the greater number
working for the common good.
"And the rule works both ways,
for the accumulated benefits cf civ
ilized society are shared first by the
home owners. They have a perma-
a strong grip We," recently declar
ed Vasa Jonanovitch, Minister of
railways in Jugo-Slavia, in a public
statement. "We are too accustomed
to expect the state to own, construct
and operate the public utilities, de
pending on it for everything.
"I should like to see an American
company dirtily build and exploit as
private enterprise one of the rail
ways we naed. Such an example
would open the eyes of our people.
If they saw a private railway more
quickly and more cheaply built, and
iiiore cleanly, more comfortably and
wore efficiently run than the state
railways, it would Bhake their be
lief in paternalism.
"The wonle would then ask for
'the adoption of the same principle
for all new railroads, and perhaps its
extension to tiie existing state lines.
. . . . . . i-i-i. t !
tertainiy the comparison wmcn pri
vate competition would offer would
stimulate -a better management of
the state railways, a"nd allow reforms
which are now difficult to obtain."
Such a declaration 'speaks well for
American business genius. The
pers 6s the Portland Oregonian, New
York Tribune, San Francisco Call
and a few others may rest secure
they will have a sufficiency oi mat to f jtfjt
cmmodity. e have put iu new pnrnsittB more
names on our subscription list during
the rast week, and that will take
care of some of the surplus.
That a practical system of forng
crop pastures enables sheep to be
pastured longer and moved from
fully than when
maintained under the usual permanent-pasture
method, has keen dem
onstrated by experiments of the
With wool bringing from 25 cents ' United States Dpaitment of Agricul
to 82 4 per pound and a heavy clip , t n'aiU ils hbandry
promised, there is no reason why I experiment farm at Beltsville, Md.
Southern Wasco county ahecp men Thi Prdice uls" '"k,s u Posaible
.v..m k .m;,,., ., n tk. to keep a farm flock on less cured
DIIUUIU livv uv eivtuiA via vm v t uv
world this year.
j feed, ami save expense and labor.
RESPECT THE FORESTS
"Forest Week" originated in the i
Northwest, is fast becoming of na
tional significance. The last of April j
will probably be designated as such
this year. The big object is to In
terest everybody in the forests as
friends, partners, pals, protectors.
x1 uc-iiKUWUK, wvvu-uaia, .
tag, forest recreation, all come under i
the general purview of Forest eek.
The forest employ hundreds of
thousands throughout this country;
they fill the harbors with ships, the I
ft Market .
It has been said that "Death ad Taxes are the
only thins to bo sure of." That may be true, but
there is one more t hinj; to consider before death
overtakes us,, and that is preparation for our
old ape to try and accumulate sufficient of this
world's goods to make us independent of char
ity, to provide a home where our declining
years may be spent in peace and happiness.
' That's where saving comes in. By constant
and consistent saving of H part of our income
durinp our producing days, when the evening
of life falls upon us the savings we made early
in life are the things which allow us to take life
easy until the inevitable final summons comes.
Think this over, deposit in this bank and ac
cumulator nest t'gg which may be needed in
our old ago. That's Safety First.
Maupin State Bank
and order and permanency,
"Home ownership is a stimulus to
thrift and a material assurance of
security in old age. It is a practical
training in good business methods
for the children of the family It
cannot help but aid to the command
ment, 'Honor thy father and thy
LIKES AMERICAN WA,Y BEST
freight vnrda with loaded cars: they
l: il. ul : . !
iient iien on me uiing in. Vewe , build homes mA business all over
America even though no tree may
grow within 100 miles of fartherest j
user out on th.j arid plains. The for- j
sts conserve thw birds, the river wa
ters, the health of the nation; last
year almost 3,000,000 people visited
the national forests of the twe north-1
This year should set the pace for
a new record (if fireless forest en
joyment It will, if every tourist will j
make it his pei-scnal business to re
spect the forests.
"I believe that private initiative is
the only way for the upbuilding of
the country and I want to wean the
Tf is nroriir-toil h frp miffht be an
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people from paternali am, which has j overproductioa of ptaper. Such pa-
safer al -
Manufacturer of the Famous o
Perfection Hard Wheat
Cereals, Pancake Flour, Mill
' Stuffs, Cornmeal, Etc.
We also have
CRACKED CORN, SCRATCH FEKD, EGG
MASH, OYSTER SHELL FOR CHICKENS
r i . ..ir.v iir .i f -.n l r-ia
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' .. . til-;":. . w- Fri .rv iKdi n
n i - j i
b WORKERS JN GAS H
, J . 9 , ,1 MASKS AT AN OIL WELL 3
Claud Wilhon was at The Dalles
Tuesday and part of Wednesday,
going down on a business mission.
(1 REAL BARGAIN
She: "Do you file your finger
He: "No, I jut throw them away
after I cut them off.",
We also make Woodcock Spring Wheat Flour
Mfc-HILLS IMPROMPTU SKETCH OF EXPERIMENTAL OIL
AN OIL DOME &HALE REDUCTION PLANT
The V S Bureau of Minei i confident that motor Juet $tpplie$
' De ample for many year, to meet all neei of the country' mil-
lion of automobile. Harry II. Hill, chief petroleum engineer of th,
Bureau here tells the reason for thlt conviction, and $ketchet the
advance in induttrlal method which justify hi opinion.
Sate Dependable" Carefree
CallawajfiS Funeral tlapel
Funeral Director and Embal mer
LADY ASSISTANT I
Union at Third Phone 289W F The Dalles
AND GENERAL MACHIN1 D WORK
Cylinw Grinding, Truing Crank 3hafts, Making
F'tons and Rings, Beanr.gr r All sizes
Made to Order
$MEET METAL WOT iKF.RS
lsfcta"Line of Parts for A' X Maes of Cars 1
ELECTRIC and OX Y-ACETY ,LEN WELDING
00V Kaec '.r.n..vii Hkmmi
Tba Dalle, Oragoa
You need no longer be without
a Haag Vortex
Haag Brother Company now man' "
ufacturc a Haag Vortex for every
home. Probably you are one of
the many women who have Wanted
a Haag Vortex Washer but have
not the electricity to operate the
Electric model, nor a stationary
farm engine' to operate the Haag
Vortex Beltpower model. m
You may now have the selfsame
Haag Vortex Washer, which washes
absolutely clean without soaking
or hand rubbing, in the independ'
ent Ownpower model.
1 The "Ownpower" doe not leak greaie
on your kitchen Boot. ,.a.
f) The "Ownpower" ttaru fly 11 the
time no meajing" with it no bit-
teriei or witche to get out of order.
1 The "Ownpower" utt 50 le oil
J and .20 lew galine leu refilling
4 The "Ownpower" doe not require
' bothersome proportioning of oil and
guoline. Tbi elimtnatei tmolung.
The "Ownpower" it quieter because
J of the high-grade Kiuffltr a the end of
the 8-foot armored bjrut hone, which
extendi through window or door. -
The "Ownpower" haa eurplu power.
It ia air-cooled. T&e finest ctmatructioa
throughout insurei long lift, v
gasoline motor is
a fourcycle mo
:. tor a new type
v different and
1 4 better having
k mijorad vantages:
Try Dewitts Cud l.ivcr Oil for h
good spring tonic. $1.00 a bottle lit
the Maupin Drujr Store.
-Tun M:rt:;iAM wiusith
I!unJi:da of Supreme Court
Jujc concur in hl;jhrt traiic
v( the work r.3 their Atuliofirj.
The PreslJents cf alllviulinn Uiti
vcmitlci, CuIIckc, ""'I Not mnl
Schouli give their licutiy indorse
mcnt. All Statci thnt l:ivc ndnrteJ
lare dictlonnry ni ii.mj.inl hnvc
selected Wchstcr'i New Inccrtiu-
ThcSchooIboots nfilic Counrry
adhere to the MeiilirnvVerwer
tyucm of iiaritiuil ln.it ii.
The Government Printing Office
et VCathington Uieiltaaumhimry.
Tt RITH (or iai.ir!t nit of the t''W
"When Fischer Fixes
Your Car It Stays
c. a c. At - yM
Co., A; ( wMi
ARE GOOD TIRES
The Largcal Stock of Tir
Richmonds' Serv. Station
v AokUa to Demonstrate
FOR SALE A few hundred lon
nice gicon 1920 crop hay. Kd,
PIANO FOR SALE," LOCATED IN
vicinity of Maupin One of Amer
ica's finest pianos to be nold nt a
large savinpr- Cash or ternm, $10
monthly, to responsible party. If
interested in Beeinjc tliiw piano bar
gain write C. F. Hemlrick, Piano
Broker and Adjutnr, 6G Front
Street, Porthfid, Oregon. 10-t4
PLOW FOR 5 ALE One 14-inch I
two-bottoi -Vracuse ganir plow in
This ad will only appear once, ro
Bpcak up quek. John McCorkle,
IN THE CltUIT COURT OK THE
STAE OF OREGON
Fo Waaco County
ct No. 4253
Etta liu Plaintiff,
NathaiFie :1a, Defendant.
To Nitan Fields,
In thname of the State of Ore
gon: 1u are hereby required to
appear id answer ttie compluint
ftlod atit)t you in the whovc en-
tHVml) within rix weeks from the
date fll'5t publication and if you
fail to answer for want thereof,
plaint will apply to the court for
the ,1f dvITa0lietl ' tho complaint
herf Wtt'ely : a decree of divorco
on ground of desertion.
fi summons is published by the
or1 ef tho Honorable Fred W. Wil
n Judge of the above entitled
, jt, by order mndo and enlcred
v;r the date of January 31, 1027.
it publication of this summons in
ii Maupin Times, under date of
jbrwary 3, 1927 and last publica-
on vndeif date of Mnrch 17, 1!)27.
' '' " John CJavin,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
502 tan,k Building, The Dalles,
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