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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1914)
of Southern Wasco County
VpLI. NO. ie
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THE YEAR $1.50
E FOR ALL AND
ALL FOR W '
The nearer a farm is to,, or the
easier its products can tie spit in,
ijuuu, live, (.iiiiviugi pivgicpa-
,ve town the more profitable that
'arm will be.
1 The more good farms, well
filled, well fenoed, well housed
; veil siloed, surround the town,
i he more prosperous that town
vjll be. A thriving city or town,
vith a busy population, spells
jvofit iof the actual producer.
The interests of the towp and
country are identical. Neither
jCan grow and prosper if he oth
. er is either dead or dying.
The nearer he point of pro
duction the produce of the farm
eftn.be turned fytp cash the lar
ger the percentage of that cash
which reaches the original pro
ducer. On, the other hand, no
town can thriye unless its busi
ness men, its workmen, and jts
ritizens genepaliy have a genuine
jiind abiding interest in, the peo-
vie wno live arpynq tne wwn ana
tributary tQ it,
Every one of them should tyave
l- he closest tprf fif sympathy with
the man who hu chosen agricul-i
ture-'all around farming-as his!
life work.'and wjjo is striving to
make the farm the ideal home.
Such men are the basic asset of
our general prosperity, and hope
of the future'.' He 'shdilld work
with the town dweller, and the
town dweller follow his lead, in
order to get the best things for
which botji of them stand.
Town 'and country" must grow
closer together for the best In
terests of all. The town needs
mqre progressive farmers, - more
than it has now. , The farmers
need more progressive towns
men than are on Southern Vas
co county's map jusf now. They
should be brought closer together
town and country in time, by
the construction of better roads.
Closer together in a spirit' of
neighborlinesB and brotherhood,
by a cjearer conception of how
much each depends upon the oth
er.' Let us preserve the fertility
of the farm and conserve the
commercial growth of the town
robbing neither by shipping it
off. Remembering that while
the circus may take sqme money
ofyt of town the mail order house
takes away more money still
and does fjotfven give flade.
School supplies have arrived
"and I have opened a store to the
pubjic in the front room of the
postoffice and will offer the best
values for the .lest money.' To
' flips making a goodly, purchase
Wt will give a premuim, tablets
5c, 18c and 15c. High grade
' box paper, 15c to 25c. Penny
crayoiis. Penholders 2 for 5c.
Pencil boxes, with individual
drinking cups, all for lQc. Jnks
of bes quality 5c and 10c,
W, H. TALCOTT,
-BSSSSSKassaaHHSHBaaB Dr. C. H, Francis, Optigian-
Maupin .home talent: in
socvejy drama .Paid ,in &
at tfle opera house in Maupin,
netweek. A free dance will
be $v6n after ,the sow. Watc
forhils. Miss Jessie Viliams
as fading jlady, in part of Mrs.(
Emjjna grooks; Cyde,Viliianis as;
Joe Prooks; Jld Justjesn,' asi
Jimmie Smith; Mrs.; layme'
'Smith as Mrs. Harris,; Miss Naomi!
Smi$, .as Peth Harris; Ray
Smith as Soto: Billv Canton ns
f ;TV 1 J( 1
Capt. Williams. Funny fter
l.rav. "Mi ai.1 a.. '
W. H. Wilharns, as Sambo.
K- L. Haus,er $i Tygh galley,
was a business ytor town
Christmas foods. Lare as
sortment to choose from. Our
store your holiday headquarters.
W. H. Staata jk Go. "
Fred razier completed . the
purchase of two Jofs in Maupjn,
thfs week. Qne. on Deschutes
street $e pther opposite the
Earnest tyayhew property. He
will build a residence and ppen
to tfye public a garage whjch wil)
be erected on one of the lots.
L. D. Kelly has been donating
hjs sery?cps fco jthp school hi?
week in makipjg ome badly nee,d
A splp dub haSf beep organiz
ed jn Majipin. L. D. Kelly is
president and Dr. C. H. Francis,
vice president. Tftp asgeasnient
is twenty-five cents a month, and
the proceeds for prizes 75, per cf.,
1st prize, second 25 per pent. It
will be a jolly social gathering
and byrlaws have pew adopted,
whereby no alchpholip beyeragesy
are allowed and it promises to be
a success. Anyone may join.
Try! Sat. night band dances..
or3 n y nn
GOOD SUPPER SERVED
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Comfort For Winter
Mew Hldky Godt
W. H. STAATS & CO.
, School Notes .
The new window blinds, for
the two rooms, have been received-
The door mats have also
come and together with the shoe
scrapers, be greatly appreciated
in muddy weather.
The Pyer girls bad quite an
experience on their way to school
Friday merning, while trying to
cross ake Oven creek on the
ice, which proved too thin and
gave the girls a ducking.
The children are not eager to
carry a pail of water a Ipng dis
tance these cold days, and since
the water pipes froze the school
has been dry territory most of
The attendance has oeen very
good for the last several weeks
Every pupil Was to school and on
See Emmons for monogram
work and Chistmas jewelry, a
The Hunts Ferry ware house re
ceived a car of feed and flour
Note the advertisements in this
issue. 1 rade 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- j
ing. Your business appreciated.
All kinds of jewelry repaired
by Emmons the iewler.
Correspondents wanted to cov
er Southern Wasco county.
Taken up at the McMillan
ranch at the mouth of Bake Oven
creek, three mouths ago and un
claimed: Brown mate mule, w't.
1000 lbs. Age two years. Own
er may have same by payiug ex
pense of keep and proving his pro
perty. Otherwise it passes into
Have you sampled those salted
nuts just received at Styer's?
Try them and ym'i want more.
I carry all kinds of stones for
ring9 and pins'-fjajmons the
By subscribing for this paper,
you build up .Southern Wsw
Anyone wishing to traile for
Idaho ranch property, inquire g.t
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That Are Meals
The Kind We Always Serve
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