The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930, September 13, 1928, Image 3

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TOMATOE
Peaches and Berries
For Canning
are now in and prices are lowest
of the season. Place yous orders
early and make sure of getting a
sufficient supply for winter.
0. P. RESH & COMPANY
- "Everything for the table"
GROCERIES and MEATS
Prompt and Courteous Service
MAUPIN, OREGON.
Six of Johnny Williams' cabins
havt been taken for the winter by
members of the bridge crew.
R. R. (Dick) Hinton and wife
were up from Portland on Tuesday
and registered at Hotel Kelly.
Roy Baxter and wife from The
Dalles were among those registered
at Hotel Kelly Monday.
Phil Mott and family spent San
day with their daughter, Mrs. An
drew Cunningham, and family.
They live at Falrvlew, Oregon.
Welter M. Pierce, candidate on
the Democratic ticket to succeed
Nick Slnnott in congress, was at the
popular East side hotel Tuesday
night.
Mrs. Howard Jones, husband and
children, were among those who ar
rived at the Camp grounds Satur
day. They come from Snohomish,
Washington, and will visit a couple
of weeks with Mrs. Jones' mother,
Mrs. Albert St Dennis,, and her
aunt, Mrs. 0, J. Williams
( Dear Huatinf
Bob Wilson and "Shorty" Miller
left for the Blue Mountain country
early this morning, while Bates E hat
tuck and party went to the vicinity
of Bend, after deer.
Returned t Her Du
Miss Jean Wilson, who is employed
in the offices of the Pacific Light
and Power company, Portland, re
turned to her work there last Sun
day. She had been visiting for a
week at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Wilson, who took
ber to The Dalles Sunday, she going
from there to Portland on a stage.
Working la B.ak
Miss Maggie Wray has accepted a
position with the Maupin State bank
it being opened by the going of Es
tell Stovall, who will attend school
this year. Miss Wray was employed
at the bank a short time last spring,
therefore has a knowledge of the
work required of her.
Fifty-cent stationery, special price
35 cents while they last, at the Mau
pin Drug Store.
JDVonnnliH no
F. H. Driver of Womlc was here
on business on Monday.
The Hedin family have returned to
'Maupin after a vacation spent at
Pine Grove.
Ward Buzan and wife were over
from their White River ranch on
business yesterday.
Mrs. Guy Harvey of Wamlc was
visiting with her sister, Mrs. J. H.
. Woodcock, on Tuesday.
"Stub" Lister went to The Dalles
yesterday morning and will spend a
few days with friends there.
Miss Doris Bonney, who Is at
'home from Monmouth, will soon re
turn to her studies at that institution
of learning.
Al. Qillln, who has hardly recover
ed from the trials of conducting a
county fair, was in Maupin on busi
ness Tuesday.
Mayor Butler, who is now in busi
ness at the county seat, was in Mau
pin on Tuesday looking over his
constituency.
EAST MAUPIN NEWS
L. H. Townea and wife returned
from a short visit to Portland Sun
day. Mrs. Sjgne Fischer was visiting
with friends on this side on Satur
day last
A. L Mathews of Tygh Valley
was a guest at the W. H. William
home Tuesday night.
Ben Richardson was in from Pine
Grove Tuesday and called on East
Maupin relatives and friends.
Sixteenth Annual Fair
Best Held In Wasco Co.
FAR EXCEEDS IN POINTS OF IN TEREST ALL OTHER LIKE EF
FORTS OF EXPOSITION GENERAL EXHIBITS
MORE NUMEROUS AN D BETTER QUALITY '
! tries sufficient to fill all rr mn.i
there were run according to sched
ule, and to the satisfaction of all
who witnessed them.
The free attractions, especially
the work of the little Richards boys,
who excel in acrobatic work, were
of higher plane than usually seen
at county fairs. All were clean, at
tractive and entertaining, and each
turn was voc'erously applauded.
The evening if anres In the exposi
tion building dare nail, were we.!
attended and proved to be an a'
raiive featura . the fair, Tb
movies put on by C. M. Plyler were
most acceptable and. drew full
houses each evening. The line of
concessions were cleaner, more at
tractive and devoid of that loud
lally-hoo usually accompanying
such, and each did it sshare of busi
ness. ' -
Th special days drew many from
various parts of the county, especi
ally on Friday, when a large delega
tion from The Dalles had possession
of the grounds. . That delegation
was accompanied by the Boys-' band
and helped in "pepping up" the pro
gram of the day.
Right here ia a good place to say
something of the mangement of the
fair. The association's principal of
ficers, W. E. Hunt, president, and
A. H. Gillis, secretary, have been
busy for months with arrangements
for the fair. Mr. Gillis has spent a
great deal of his time taking care
The sixteenth exposition of the
Wasco County Fair association has
become history and goes down as
such in a blaze of glory. It far ex
ceeded all other efforts on the part
of exhibitors and attendance was
greater than ever before.
To go into details and mention
each individual exhibitor would tax
the1 columns of this paper, there
fore we will but -generalize on the
exposition. There was a larger list
of entries-of cattle, sheep and hogs,
while the horse section was repre
sented by more and better equines
than ever shown in any fair In this
section of the state. The horse en
tries clearly demonstrated the fact
that while tractors may be more
numerous on ranches, still the horse
is coming back, and those employed
at the Frank Feltch place on the Smock
Prairie, Wamic market road 9 miles
southwest of Wamic, on ..
The following Cows, Heifers, Horses, Hogs, Farm
Implements and Household Goods will
be offered at public sale
22 Head Jersey Dairy Cows. De-
cendents of the Bonney He nrt.
14 Jersey Heifers
.44 Shoats
4 Head Work Horses
2 Wagons
1 McCormick Mower
1 Johnson Hay Rake
1 Blizzard Ensilage. Cutter
1 Bradley Feed CW-inder
1 John Deere Sulky Plow, 14-inch
2 Walking Plows, 14-inch
1 Three-section Harrow
2 sets Work Harness
2 Saddles
1 Silvertone Phonograph
1 Home Comfort Range
and other articles too numerous to
mention. '
SALE BEGINS AT 10:00 A. M.
TERMS OF SALE $10.00 and under, cash. On purchases of $10.00 or over
: bankable note due in one year, drawing 8 per cent interest will be accepted.
Free Lunch at Noon Bring Cups
Frank T. Feltch,
Owner
F. C.Butler, Auctioneer
F. D. Stuart, Clerk
of the grounds, filing: up the trade
and getting entry tag, gate tari,
and other necessaries together for
the opening. Be has worked rd
to hart everything In readiness and
that his work was dune ' was
shown by the completeness of ar
rangements on the opening day. He
has shown keen interest I nth wel
fare of the fair and h efforts to
make each fair a greater and better
one than its predecessor ha"c If 411
Marked with success." Mr. Hunt
hus gfven of hie time and itioney for
the advancement of the Wo coon
ty fairs. If 't Ird not been lor
his liberality and interest in the In
stitution there would not now be -a
grounds on which to hold our annul
exposition. He has carried th fi
nancial end of the - association.
Their work has been most unselfish
each being prompted by a desire,.to
make known to the world that this
section of Oregon la alive and able
to contribute its share to the general
upbuilding and progress of our
state. We wish there were more
men herabouts. of the' spirit and
determination of Messrs. Hunt- 2nd
Gillis. .-. , r
Rainier Harvest of mint crop
under way here. .
Rainier Road through drainage
district to be developed.
Portland American , Copper
Works will make 4000 cream cans
for Oregon creameries. ? "
in agricultural work are of larger
size, better breeding and better
stamina.
Dairy and beef cattle were there
in abundance, each kind showing a
vast improvement over those shown
previously. In fact the showing
nt.de "ertifiH Mil this section is
going into dairy cattle stronger
each year, while the strain of such
cattle is improving, there being
many herds hereabouts containing
none but thoroughbreds. Jerseys,
Holsteins and Guernseys predomf
nated at the fair.
Sheep and hogs were at the
grounds in heavy numbers. Nearly
every breed in each division were
on shew, and each class called forth
praise from many who make a busi
ness of producing such stock.
Even the poultry section was well
filled with birds that would win
blue ribbons at any show. The
poultry house was filled with ducks,
chickens, turkeys and geese, while
per stock such as pigeons and rab
bits occupied many pens.
In the exposition building was the
largest and finest collection of
grains, grasses, vegetables, fruits,
women' handiwork, club members
showing, Indian bead and leather
work, canned fruits, and the thou
sands and one things which go to
make up a superior exhibition. The
showing was such as to open the
eyes of strangers to southern Wasco
county, and clearly showed that
this section is second to none in the
matter of such products. The 4-H
club members' showing was greater,
of better quality and more diversi
fied than ever before and the mem
bers who won prizes merited them
on the excellence of their exhibits.
The races were many and varied.
While Klickitat county drew some
horses that otherwise would have
been at our fair, still there were en-
mucktion for Keaiity
OLD
FT. DALLES
FROLIC!
Now In Full Swing at The Dalles
Get in to see the Fall Fathion
Revue Friday night 8 p. m., if
you can, and
Don't Miss
Saturday
Night
FUN FRIVOLITY GAMES
ENTERTAINMENT
DANCING
"To the extent that colleg s and uni
vershies fit y-ooth for the realities of
our own day, the aaore who attend
college the better." .
President W. J. Kerr,
DM. 1977.
-VfN THE LAND-GRANT COL
C90LEGES, as described by Senator:
J Morrill, conic nil were established- -"to
offer an opportunity ia etery state
for a liberal and practical education ...
for the world's business, for the indue-,
trial farsuits sad professions. of life."
Oregon State Agricultural College
k Its 10 I,."'.-""
Affords this type of
degree-granting schools and
AGRICULTURE (B.S, hLS.
degrees)
Animal Haabuxtnr.Fai
HortkoJtar, and 17 other i
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
.... (B.S M.& degrees)
COMMERCE (B. degree; US.
ia Agricultural Economics,
Rural Sociology)
Accsaauae tad H uunai, AdWta
foe and Srllrot. lnkif and PMaaat.
Cental Bnaaaeaa. Keel Eetat. Seen,
lane Trannag, Marketing, etc
ENGINEERING (B.S, M.S. de
grees) CM tStractarai, Highway. SiHry,
Hydraulic Railroad . Coaatrnctiaal i
Electrical (Power. Radwaya. Italian,
oil vonaic learpkoaj) BMcaaj
(Macamc Desifa. fiat Power, V
latna. Heating, Gat,
Aeronautical) ; Iadoatrlat
FORESTRY (B.&.M.S. degrees) '
tact are, Tackatcal sor-H7.-,
BOMS ECONOMICS (B
M.S. degrees) V; "
Ootfcaag, TatOca. aad Rrlaled -Artaj
Jooda and lit.'.
MILITARY SCIENCE AND
TACTICS (B.S. degree)
CmtT, FleM ArMta
latoMr "
MINKS CB S, MLS. degrees)
PHARMACY (FkC, IS, US.
Vti-Mehe9
VOCATI01IAL EDUCATION '
(B.& etf .S- wlUf lift).. r. 4 .
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THE REGISTRAR v
OREGON STATE AGRICULTURAL C0LLEG3
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R. B. BELL, Agent EDW. H. Mc ALLEN, T.
Maupin, Oregon F. A P. A., Bend, Oregon
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Albright Commission Co., Inc.
. UNION STOCK YARDS 1 ; :
North Portland
Ship your livestock by truck and be on the market the; tame day
you ship. When selling call R. C. Davidson or O. P.Rosh & Co.,
Maupin, Oregon. ' V .
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