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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1914)
Devoted to tbe Jjtitcjreots of Southern Wasco County
VOL I, NO. 18.
IGMAfflN, SOUTHERN WASOp COUNTY, OREGON, decemjber 9 1,914
THE YEAR .50
mencan screaming: ipr pro
jection alow? the Mexican border.
Capitalist! howling: tr necess ity
pi more guns, ana amnion tram
d soldiers. Peacemakers prying1
for peace. Thpusanp unemplpy
ed. Hundreds rising up in an
archy and denouncing the gov.
.ernment. Reljgous sects referr
ing ps, to bjbical sayings, that
history, is repeating itself.
Uneasy is the eagle's pest and
before many months, something
will break, from the surgipg
nrreats of publjo opipjpn.
What is the cause?
Political ambitions of the pncp
powerful leaders, backed by the
newspapers they own. They are
making fools out of the thinking
-public, criticising and ridiculing
h he nation's majority, because
they did not vote like they dic
tated. Qoing so far as to try and
force our government to arms and
make targets out of its people,
President Wilson has the sympa
f hy of all the fair minded. How
ad it must be to Mmas he looks
over the swells of publio opinion,
and sees in the distance a tidal
wave that will make him a vic
tim of circumstances.
Never mind Woodrow, you
Grape Tunnison has returned
to her sphpol work, after p se
Ducphine and Christina Dyer,
pf Banks, Oregon, have enrplle.d
in the Maupin school-'
John Moad and Vera Goetj(en
have been ejected flchqpl hpalth
gome new library books have
beep added to the library.
Maupin home talent: In that
society drama ;'Paid In Full,"
at the opera house in Maupin,
next week. A free dance will
be given after the snow. Watch
for bills. - Miss Jessie Williams
as leading lady, in part of Mrs.
Emma Brooks; Clyde Wfliiams as
Joe Brooks; $d Justesen, as
Jimmie Smith; Mrs. Mayme
Smith as Mrs. Harris; Miss Naomi
Smith, as Beth Harris; Ray
Smith as Soto; Billy Canton as
Capt. Williams, Funny after
piece, 'fOverthe River Charley,'
W. H. Williams, s Sambo,
are our president, put there by
the majority, You are highly
respected and solved many vital
questions successfully. If this
nation dashes in war with Mexi
co, we will not look to you for
the blame, but only as a victim
School, supplies have arrived
and I have opened a store to the
public in the front room of the
postoffice and will offer the best
.values for the', lest money. To
those making a goodly purchase
we will give a premuim. Tablets
5c, 10c and 15c. High grade
box paper, 15c to 25c. Penny .
crayons. Penholders 2 for 5c,
Pencil boxes, with individual
drinking .cups, all for 10c. Inks
of bes quality 5c and 10c.
W. H. TALCOTT,
Mark Holleman and J. W. Mc-
.Clure pf Wapinitia, are fn town
A lead Tum-a-lump," coal or
wppd) will make ypu nice and
comfy this winter.
Joe Wriggles is confined to his
home with rheumatism and un
der the care of the dopter.
Arthur Pachette is op the sick
list with a severe coJd op the
Yernie Roberts and Jack Don.
ajdson were Wapinitia visitors.
Silas Riphardson, a former res
ident of this town, who was re
cently married tp Miss Katie
Fugh, of Antelope, gave a wedd
mg dance Saturday evening, at
Ridgeway, their present home.
Fpfty couples were in attendance
Excellant music was furnished
and everybody had a big time.
That shame and humiliation is
caused to many innopept pepple,
by petty village gossips is a well
known fact. The legislature this
year will undoubtedly enact
a law whereby it is a criminal
offense, and idle talk must be
proven before indulged in- This
would put the tale bearers where
they belonged give protection
to their victims-
E- J. Styer was at the sere.
nade Saturday night. Have
you tried those oyster cock tails?
He mixes them (n great shape for
only ten, pents a drink,
Have you got the la grippe?
Dave Donaldson states fiis fa
ther James is not expected to re
cover, at Dufur. He and his
brother have just returned from
Dufur for the third time, and
expect to go again soon.
Frizes Best Bamcers
GOOD SUPPER SERVED
. ... ,
' L O C A L I
AH Around Town
Can You Do It?
. if MMe -H cmtcHIw fcj m l Mm4m in pmlf
Dr.'C. H, Francis, - Optician,
Ifyouwantto feel In
Comfort For Winter
W.H. STAATS & CO.
Robert Cantrell and Hazel B.
Coleman, were united in marri
age at the home of Judge Oakley
last Saturday evening, It was
Mr- Oakley's first nuptial knot
since his appointment to office,
The young couple were serenaded
at a late hour by the Maupin
band and several friends after
which they were served with a
light luncheon- Wishing the
wedded couple a happy wedded
life, all departed at 1;00 a- m-
Wilson brothers of Wapinitia,
were in town Tuesday afternoon,
Ed Brown landed a trout from
the Deschutes Monday, that mea
sured 23 inches,
Mrs. M. J- Doremmus is visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. Walter
Ashley. Her home is in Portland.
Wess Bay and wife expect to
move to Prineyille Soon, where
he expects to work on the Tom
H. D. Hollis, of Hood River,
Oregon, is a visitor here.
Note the advertisements in this
issue. Trade at home and build
up our resources.
I carry all kinds of stones for
rings and pins Emmons the
Mr. Merchant of neighboring
towns? The columns of this pa
per are open to you for advertis
ing. Your business appreciated.
All kinds of jewelry repaired
by Emmons the jewler.
Emmons the jeweler, is doing
a good business.
Correspondent wanted to cov
er Southern Wasco county --
Taken up at the McMillan
ranch at the mouth of Bake Oven
creek, three months ago and un
claimed: Brown mate mule, w't.
1000 lbs- Age two years. Own
er may have same by paying ex-!
peuse of keep and proving his pro- j
perty. Otherwise it passes into
Have you sampled those salted
nuts just received at Styer's?
Try them and you'll want more.
I carry all kinds of stones for
rings and pins Emmons the
By subscribing for this paper,
you buiid up Southern Wasco
Anyone wishing' to trade for
Idaho ranch property, Inquire at
this office, ' :f-
CENTRAL OREGON LINE
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A Cordial Welcome to All
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