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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View This Issue
Why send smail lots of cattle anil
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hogs to Portland when you have
a market here at home? 1
We are in the market for fat cat
tie and hogs and will pay good
prices for same. ?
O. P. RESH & COMPANY
"Everything for the tabic" ,
,! GROCERIES and MEATS
Prompt and Courteous Service
1 ' MAUPIN. OREGON. '
Mono Dclore returned from
business trip to The Dalles Mon
day, lifter having spent a few days
at the county seat,
Madge Shearer came over from
the county teat and ipent the week
end at her parent's home ?n the
Bobby Davidson and wife and
Louie Mayhew, made a business
trip to Portland on Monday, re
turning the same day,
John J. Conroy fromGrass Valley
was in Maupln last Saturday, having
come over to meet his sheep flocks
coming from the reserve.
A. E. Murks was up from the Oak
Springs Power plant a ihort time on
Monday..' ; ) .. ; ::t ...
Alfred Brown and wifo were over
from Tygh Valley on business on
Roy Batty win in town with a
load of young wethers yesterday
Jim Thrall, the auctioneer of The
Dalfcs, was In Maupln on businesi
Laverne Fischer was at Arlington
on f business Monday, returning
home on Tuesday.
Cecil Woodcock, being a former
student at Stanford, will go to Eu
gene for the football game between
thnt college and the Oregon univer
sity elevens, on Saturday.
Ward Buzan was over from his
Whito River ranch a short time yes
terday morning, on business.
George Cunningham and wife left
for Portland last evening, intending
to be gone until next Wednesday.
I). M. (Shorty) Emmerson spent
n few days latt week In Maupln, go
ing to Madras on the Monday 0. W.
train. - ' ,"
Kick Koralus Is expected bark to
Maupin today, after several months
spent in the mountains and at Hood
Lester McCorklo was In from hie
ranch Monday. Lester recently
bounjflit the old Houston place on
the Flat. "
. Frank Fleming was In from The
Dulles on Monday, making arrange
ments for the settling of Orvllle Da
vis on the Fleming highway ranch.
John Boen was in from his Juni
per Flat ranch Tuesray, coming in
for the purpose of selling his wheat.
Mose DeLore came in with him for
the same purpose.
Miss Dorothy Doane, who taught
thy- Batty school three years ago,
now a member of The Dalles school
facility, was a caller at the Roy Bat
ty home on the Flat last Sunday.
EAST MAUPIN NEWS
Miss -Father Marks is now employ
ed as helper in tho Hotel Kelly.
John Williams carried mail yes
terday, thurs allowing his father to
indtilpe in a phrasont hunt
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"Bill" Williams took a day off
yesUrday and hunted pheasants at
the Jesse Cox ranch near Shady
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K.d. Carter has severed relations
with the crusher company and is
now at work as a member of the
Mhs Elizabeth Martin was confin
ed to the hou. c by illness last week.
She has so far recovered as to be
able to be around the house.
And the dog came back we mean
Buck, the brown bulldog belonging
to Ed. Carter. Buck followed the
rock crusher to Criterion, but miss-
OLD::SAM BRQWI: RANCH.
U Miles West of Maupin, on
aturdayy Opt. 13
at which time the following-named live stock, farm
implements, household goods, etc., will be sold:
5 Head Horses, 4 years old.
2 Cows, one fresh in November or
1 Heifer. 1 Yearling Steer.
1 2-year-old Heifer, fresh in Decem
ber. 2 June Calvesbulls.
Lots of Chickens young and old.
4 Ducks. 16 Shoats.
! 1 3U John Deere Wagon.
3 Riding Plows.
2 16-inch Oliver Walking Plows.
1 3-section harrow with extra sec
, tions:'i;.s ' - .
1 2-horsc Multipackcr.
1 Loose Grain Box.
, Garden Cultivator.
1 Deering Binder, 7-foot cut.
Garden Seeder. Shovel Plow.
2 Drills 12 and 16-hole.
3 Log Chains. , 3-8-inch Wire Cable.
Case Threshing Machine.
1 Fordsoh Tractor.
1 2-bottom Oliver Gang Plow.
1 Pair Mohair Chaps.
Some Harness. 1 Man's Saddle.
1 Lady's Side Saddle. Telephone.
Kitchen Utensils. Some Cabbage.
1 Riding Bridle. Small Tools.
1 Pool Table. .
6-lid Kitchen Range Home Com
fort. . lia j.jdj
Dining.Table and Chairs. "
3 Iron Beds, Springs and Mat
tresses. 3 Heating Stoves.
1 Dresser with Mirror.
TERMS. AIL sums under $10.00, cash. Over $10.00 bankable notes bearing
8 interest, running for 12 months, will be accepted.
Free Lunch at Noon Bring Your Cups
N. G. Hedin, Auctioneer
F. D. Stuart, Clerk
Ing his master ambled back to the
Maupin Camp ground, and is at
TYCH VALLEY H. S. DOINGS
Football, Student Body Mixer and
Dance on PrOrm ,
Tygh Valley High school is
already hard at work with actfcities
which embrace a football game with
Kent tomorrow, October 4, a stu
dent body mixer the same evening
and a dunce at the gymnanium on
Saturday evening of next week. The
student body will also give a play
early in November and another in
December. These charge affairs are
given to raise money for the purposs
of installing shower baths in the
gym. Other improvements are con
templated in the gymnasium," and
when completed that ' addition ' to
Tygh Valley schools will make of
them among the best in the state.
After the mixer on tomorrow even
ing there will be a free dance. Ad
mission to the football game has
been set at 25 cents and 60 cents,
game beginning at 2:00 o'clock.
Bridge Nearly Completed
The concrete bridge being built
over Clear creek will be completed
this week, so the contractors say.
The new structure is a great im
provement over the 1 old wooden
bridge and will add greatly to the
scenic value of the Wapinitia cut
charivari party made things plesant
for the newlyweds for a time
The Maupin warehouse was ac
cepted by the farmers Wednesday
night at a meeting held at Hotel
The Kelley hotel was threatened
by fire Tuesday, which, but for the '
timely discovery by A. E. Lake,
might has resulted disastrously. Mr.
Lake discovered smoke issuing from
the building and at once awakened
the sleepers there.; The fire started
at a point where the asbestos pack
ing had teen worn from f' the ex
haust pipe of the Delco lighting
system. Damage was estimated at
Nathan Hill, of Fori Bock? Lak
county, and Mis Alphla L. ' May.
field of Smock were married at the
home of the bride's parents, Mi,
and Mrs. Henry Mayfield, the cere
money being performed by Rev. G.
E. Wood of Wapinitia. The we4-.
ding occurred last Monday, ;
E. A. Cyr and wife have purchas
ed the Appling store at Wapinitia '
and have taken possession of same.
The Wapinitia commercial club
members are planning to reorganize
and a meeting called for that pur
pose will be held tomorrow (Satur
day, October 6) at Evlck's hall. 1 J
J. L. Hartman of Wapinitia re
cently was compelled to turn down'
an attractive ofder for lumber,
scarcity of labor being given as the
reason. Most of the young men of
Wapinitia have been taken for the
army, which leaves the labor situa
tion rather short handed.
Signe Fischer Ill
Mrs. Signc Fischer Is lying abed
in her room at the Home hotel, suf
fering with what appears to be a
general breakdown. Signe ha:; been
working very hard of late and that,
coupled with other worries, has had
a tendency to cause a case of in
tense nervousness. : Mrs. Violet
Mayhew is substituting for her at
the Rainbow restaurant daring her
enforced layoff. , '
Building New Porch
Crabtree & Creighton are at work
at the B. F. Turner residence, con
structing a screened porch and fit
ting up a bath room. Frank will
soon have a real modern home, as
he is making improvements every
few months. ' i I
Attended State Fair
L. C. Henncghan and wife re
turned from Salem on Monday,
after spending a week at the stats
fair. Lew says tho exposition" was
the best ever held in this state,
the number and quality of all kinds
of exhibits far exceeding those of
any previous fair.
Hunting-On JUmpqua '
Gus Derthick, wife and daughter,
Fannie, with James Vaughan, left
for Roseburg on Sunday and while
there Gus and Jim will go after
deer on the Umpqua. They expect
to be gone all week.
Picking Apples .
Nick Karolus and his cousin.
Jack Barthala, have left the moun
tains and arc now engaged in apple
picking at Hood River. Jack -was
in Maupin Monday, having come in
after home household goods, which
he took to Hood River with him that
Valuation judgement legal aperienc Details of sal inch at
notices, bill, newspaper ads, credit arrangements, clork of sale,
etc.,-attended to with ditpatch. ;;
' I don't forget who I am working for when crying a sale. Rates J
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satisfactory. . . ," i r? f. f
Newton G. Hedin, Maupin, Ore.
LEGION H ALL, Maupin
"SPOOKY ' SPOOK&i
f $ -i, ' fif
J A MELO DRAMATIC MYSTERY COMEDY IN THREE SENSA- 5
THRILLS! CHILLS! SHIVERS! j
PRICES ADULTS 50c CHILDREN 25e. CURTAIN AT 8 P. M.
New Fence Pot
The Tum-A-Lfim Lumber com
pany has laid in a supply of posts
which will be placed along the high
way to replace those knocked out
by autos. The old posts were of
concrete, but the new ones are of
Installing Bath Room
Andy Smith will soon be enjoying
all the plearures of a modern bath
room at the Oak Springs hatchery.
He has ordered lumber from the
Tum-A-Lum and as soon as the fix
tures arrive Crabtree & Creighton
will begin work on the improvement.
Job Too Confining
John Confer is an out-doors man
at all times. This week he is in
charge of the Richmond service sta
tion during the absence of "Dad"
Richmond In Portland. John says
that a job tamping tie3 is preferable
to sitting around waiting for auoists
to drive in for gas and oil.
Community Club Met
The Maupin Community club was
to have held a meeting last Thurs
day, but as the notification was too
short but few members turned out.
Another meeing will be called soon,
as which time & good attendance
will be had.
ELEVEN YEARS AGO
Education for Reality
"To the extent that colleges and nni
versities fit youth for die realities of ,
our own day. the mora who attend
college the better."
President W. J. Kerr, '
"Xdacanea far Saalit," Dm. MM.--
v-vxjN THE LAND-GRANT COL-T
OQ yLEGES, as described by Senator
J Morrill, curricula m-ere established
"to offer an opportunity in every, state
for a liberal and practical education , .
for the world's business, for the indus
. trial parsuits and professions of life.".
Oregon State Agricultural College t
Affords this type of education in ha 10
degree-granting schools and departments
AGRICULTURE (B.S, M.S.
Animal Hubtadry, Pine Management.
Horticoltort, ud 17 other aujon.
(B.Sm M.S. degrees)
COMMERCE (B.S. degree; M.S.
. in Agricultural Economics,
Accounting and Management, Aibcrtia
ing and Srlliag, Banking and Finance.
General Boameas, Keal Estate. Secre
tarial Training, Marketing, etc.
ENGINEERING (B.S, M.S. de
grees) Civil Stractoral, Highway, Sanitary,
Hydraulic, Railroad Conatraction) ;
Electrical ( Power, Kadways, Lighting,
Hisrb Voltaire, Telephony ); Bfechankal
(Machine Design, Heat Power, Venb
latioa. Heating, Gas, Reti igeratma.
Aeronautical) ; Induatnal Shot; Admia-istratloa.
FORESTRY (B.S., M.Sldegrees)
Lo (Tiring Engineering, Lamber Masa- ,
hctnre, Technical Forestry.
HOME ECONOMICS CB.S, ' "
M.S. degrees) : '
- Clothing, Textiles, and Related Artsl
Poods aaot Natrition; Hoosehold Ad
mmistratioaK Institutional Management.
MILITARY SCIENCE AND
TACTICS -(B.S. degree) , -
Cavalry, Field Artillery, Engineers,
MINES (B.SiM.S. degTecs)
Gcolofy, Minnv JEasinecring, Metal-
PHARMACY (Pa-C, B.S, M.S.
Pharmacology, Phai aaamtlril Aaaly
(B.S., M.S. degrees)
Adnusuali ataHS, SwpirTTistsM, satst Teaca
ing Agricultairc Commerce, Home
Economics, Tmluslmal Arts.
The School of Basic Arts and Scienm, Indnstrial Joornaaaaa, Library Practice,
Physical tdataaion, and Music semce departments aot scadaagv a ttest aflord
additional training supplementary to the major curricula. f
', Foe Catalogua and Other Infonnatioa Addreai f
OREGON STATE AGRICULTURAL! CX)LLEGE
From The Times, Oct. 5, 1917
Arthur Morris and wife returned
from Pendleton Friday and were
greeted by a number of friends at
the M. M. Morris residenme. A
Albright Commission Co., Inc.
UNION STOCK YARDS
Ship your livestock by truck and be on the market the same day
you ship. When selling call R. C. Davidson or O. P. Reth & Co.,
Maupin, Oregon. , , ' . , , jj
Salesmanship Service Satisfaction
ALBRIGHT COMMISSION CO., INC