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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 14, 1914)
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL. l.NO. 7,
MAUPIN, SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, OCTOBER 9 1 4
THE YEAR $1.50
NEW PAPER IN
Maupin Man to Start
Daily Newspaper to
Boost Entire Wasco
Within a few days the publish
er of The Maupin Times will
commence the publication of a
morning newspaper at The
Dalles. The fact will in no way
effect the Times, as to ownership
or otherwise, except that there
"will b a good man on the job all
the time who will give us an
even better paper than we have
had in the past. Mr. Walter V.
Martin, of Woodland. Wash., is
to have editorial charge of the
Times. He left his former home
Tuesday morning and will be
here in due time. W. C. Walker
will continue to be connected
with the Times as publisher and
will be on the job here frequent
ly, and as much of the time as is
possible. The new paper at the
county seat will make a point of
boosting the entire county, and
especially the southern portion.
A meeting will be held at Dave
Dolandson hall Monday night for
the purpose of discussing the
proposed amendments and laws
to be voted upon at the approach
ing election. All are invited to
come and listen and take part in
Rev. Coffee was here last
week and held special services in
the local cnurch.
The plasters have arrived to
plaster the new school honse.
The carpenters have completid
the new Harpham building.
Sheriff Christman was in town
Tuesday. No services were held
during the sheriff presents in
Mr. Kellog, principal of ehe
Tygh Valley schools, was in our
Apples and Onions
I will deliver at. .Tygh Valley, Extra Fancy and Fancy
Winter Apples of the following varieties;
Jonathan, Grimes Golden, Winesap and Rome'Beauty
at $i.io per box. Also, onions at $1.50 per Well filled sack.
These products are as good as can be grown in the North
west; well packed and guaranteed in every way.
The same goods will be delivered to Dufur or sold at my
Orchards for $1.00 for Apples and $1,30 for Onions.
Delivered in quantities elsewhere at pro rata rate, ,
ZTesI M.M. BURTNER, Dufur, Ore.
Brithday Dinner in honer of
Andrew Crabtree's 63rd brithday
was a jolley reunion of children
grandchildren niese. Those pres
Andrew Crabtree and wife, Dave
Crabtree and wife, brother, Peter
Bilyen and wife niese, Mrs-Elvie
Shelton niese, Children and
grand children. Mrs. JoeChastain
and son Cecil. Job Crobtree and
Jessie Richard and Andaew Mrs.
John Dolandson and son Ivan,
D. Talcott and wife and daught
ers Mildred and Doris, Ben Fraley
and wife and two sons Orval
and Cyril. Mrs. Vida Grossman,
Earl Crabtree, Raymond Crab
tree. The eldest daughter Mrs.
Sarah Dornall and her two
daughters, Sue and Lota, of
Dufur, Oregon were unable to
Andrew Crabtree was born in
Missouri in 1852 and when one
year old crossed the plains with
his parents and settled in Scio,
Linn County, where he, remained
until 1888 when he' came to
Eastern Oregon and took up the
home stead on which he resides
at the present time. He was
married to Miss Jane Martin in
Frank Gable had a big crewr of
men here this week loading nine
cars of sheep to be shipped over
the Oregon Trunk to Portland.
Wm. Ketchum, proprietor of a
big stock ranch at Bluffs, Ore.,
purchassd and shipped to this
point from Bend seven cars of
sheeD. Here he secured another
band from T, A. Conley, united
it with the band from Bend and
took the entire lot to his ranch.
Shoes and Rubbers
New stock, new styles
A complete line of new
Macinaw Coats, Corduroy and Wool Pants
Wool and Fleeced Uuderwear
"If we haven't got it we'll send for it"
SH ATTUCK BROS.
The Store of Better Service
L G A L
put np plenty of
canned grapes, etc.
our stock is complete & fresh
Come and inspect our line of shoes and
sweaters for young and old ALL NEW
W. H. STAATS & CO.
Peter Bryeu and wife arrived
in Maupin Thursday morning on
the 3:30 train from Scio and are
visiting the lady's undes.Messrs.
Andrew, David and Newton
I carry all kinds of stones for
rings and pins Emmons the
Messrs Nick Glavey and Orin
Jones, of Dufur, were in our
town on business Saturday, re
turning from Moro where they
took in the Sherman county fair
Mrs. W. H. Staats is in Dufur
visiting her daughter, Mrs. G,W.
Gill. A child was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Gill Friday, but the
infant lived only a few hours.
C. S. Mc.Corkle, wife and dau
ghter, of Wamic, accompanied
by Miss Duffy, primary teacher
of the Wamic schools, visited at
the Egan home Sunday.
S. A. Brazeau arrived from
The Dalles Sunday.
G. M. Slocum, Northwest Sup
ervisor for the Reliance Life
Insurance Company.of Pittsburg,
Penn-, spent the latter part of
the week in Southern Wasco. Ha
succeeded in writing a consider
able number of policies as well
as introducing to this territory
one of the strongest and best
insurance companies doing busi
ness any where in the world.
If you are in the market for
a fine quality of apples or onions
read the ad of M. M. Burtner in
Two salesmen for warmed air
heating plants for schools were
interviewing our local board of
directors Monday. If these gen
tlemen con deliver the valume of j
hot air which they claim and
which they apparently can, there
will be no chance for the pupils
to suffer from cold this winter.
Bring your watches and clocks
to Emmons the Jewler.
Have you sampled those salted
nuts just received at Styer's?
Try them and you'll want more.
Carl Shattuck returned a few
days ago from a trip to Portland
and other points.
Miss Addie Richardson return
ed home Monday morning.
Clyde Richardson and Jack
Staats returned home Monday.
Mr. Muir, of Tygh Valley, was
in Maupin Friday.
CENTRAL OREGON LINE
Special fares to Portland
Manufacturers' and Land Products
Open Oct. 26, close Nov. 14
Sale dates from Central Oregon points on Oregon Trunk
Ry., Oct. 27, 30, Nov. 3, 6, 10, 13. with return limit Monday
following date of sale. Open rate of 1 1-3 fare.
Apple district competition, Twenty Counties
Displays, $10,000.00 in Cash Premiums,
Medals and Diplomas for Displays, 20,000
square feet floor space
For further details consult:
A. Locke, Agent,
That Are Meals
The Kind We Alwayi Serve
At Reasonable Prices
When in Town Mke our
Hotel Your Headquarter!
A Cordial Welcome to All
HOTEL MO AD
D. A. MOAD,Prop.
BOARD AND ROOM BY THE DAY. WEEK OR MONTH