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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (April 16, 1915)
Published Every Friday at Maupin, Oregon,
A. L- BARNES, EDITOR
Subscription: One Year, $1.50, Six Months 75cts, Three Months 50
Entered in the post office at Maupin, Oregon, as second class
An exchange of some discern
ment of the facts in the case
facetiously remarks that a coun
try newspaper man has absolute'
ly nothing to do every week
iter his paper is off the press
until the next publication day
The papers mail themselves au
tomatically, while the devil re
reives the kicks for all omissions
and commissions. Subscribers
fall over each other to get into
he office and leave their money
im the editor's desk, while the
advertisers line up in a row with
copy nicely prepared and set for
the next issue. The type falls
hack into the cases of its own
p-cord and cleaning up is not
Reeded, as no one ever heard of
a neat printing office. There
are no books to keep and collec
tions to make as the editor refers
i he whole cash system to the
banker who Rives him credit for
receipts and paya his bills if
any are ever presented, which is
very rare. When the editor gets
his mail he finds a nice bunch of
exchanges and complimentary
notices, which he peruses and
classifies six days in every week.
When he looks over his exchang
es it is not to get ideas to write
about for his subscribers, but
merely to amuse himself and kill
time. He never busies himself
hunting up items, as all those
things are thrust upon him, nice
ly edited, with spelling and
grammatical expressions of the
highest order, all of which ar
ranges itself into type of the right
size and in an artistic manner,
free from errors of any sort, and
is soon ready to climb onto the
press and request the old thing
to get up power and start some
thing doing that will not hurt
anybody's feelings nor tell any
more of the truth about anybody
than is necessary for them to do
as they please. If the editor is
seen on the street he is just
loafing around and never does
anything but amuse himself.
When you have a grievance
bring it to him, he has nothing
Auto Passenger Service Auto Delivery Truck
Prepared for Long Trips or Outing Parties
A Complete Line of 'Automobile Accessories
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All Around To wn
Maupin State Ban!
General Banking Business, Loans, Wheat Buying, Safety
Deposit Boxes for Rent, Notary Public,
Collections, on ey Transmitted
Cheaply by Drafts
Your Patronage Solicited and Your
.... Interests Cared for ... ,
Follow up that Seed Corn
With a "Tum-A-I,um Low cost Silo," ami investigate
this matter of ensilage on your own farm.
If you want further information on this silo quest ion,
cost, etc., or would like
Information on the "Tmn-A-Lum'' Free Flan Service iti
Barns, llogsheds, Milkhouses, Schools, Churches,
Or would like to see our big new Plan Book of Homes,
of over two bundled modem bungalow Northwest step
"See l'ftcr Kilhurg about it" or
(tear out along this line aud mail)
Tuin-A-Lum Lumber Co., Maupin
We would like information on your IIoms, Barns, Hog
sheds, Milkhoitses, Schools.
I'lease send us n copy of your big new Silo Folder Free,
TTr ir . . .
vv. a. iuirtz snipped two cars
of hogs and sheep from here this
E. S. Chandler came over to the
Flat Tuesday to plow for L. J.
Don't forget Fischer's Garage
at the end of the bridge. Tires,
tubes and all accessories.
Frank Buzan aud wife were
down from their home near tin
Bakeoveu country Sunday.
Go to Fischer's Garage for all
your automobile accessories, gaso-
ine aud storage of machine.
Dr. Hatfield returned a few days
ago and is busy as ever with thost
bad teeth the people are suffering
Mrs. T. A. Connolly and her
sister-in-law, Miss Connolly were
here Sunday seeing "Maupin on
L- D. Kelly drove to the Kelly
ranch a few days ago and used his
machine in running lines for meas
uring plow ground.
Dr. Francis was called to the
Henry Richardson place last Mon
day to administer to one of the
children who was quite sick.
Jas, Matthews, father of Clem
Matthews, left for his home in
Seattle the first of the week after
visit with his son for several
Mr. and Mrs. K. A. May hew
were Dalles visitors hist Saturday,
returning Sunday. Thev visited
their son who is attending school
U. S. IJndersby came down from
Wapinitia Tuesday and returned
with his new Ford. It has been
in Fischer's Garage for a few new
T. A, Connolly attended a stock
holders' meeting of the bank of
Sbauiko last Saturday. He also
attended to some business matters
in Moro on the trip.
Chas. Crofoot has been plowing
aud putting in his ciop this spring
and the'other day blistered his
hands throwing off a small load of
straw, Who's next?
Mrs. Aleck McMullen returned
a few days ago from Eugene where
with her husband she has been
since last November. Mr. Mc
Mullen will return in the near fu-'
Miss Phillis Fischer is the first
lady autotruck driver for Maupin.
She can handle the machine equal
ly as well as E. J. irom all appear
ances and the truck was never half
as busv befoie.
G- K. Hendricks aud M. Chaney
of The Dalles, passed through here
Tuesday in a Ford machine en route
to Lake ccunty. They had pro
visions and tent along for the pur
pose of camping anywhere along
the road and will be gone for two
or three, months. Mr. Hendricks
is one of Oregon's widely known
piano tuners. He is a first class
The Maupin base ball boys play
ed Fairview Sunday at Fairvitw
aud carried away the honors.
Rev. N. Welter the local pastor
iere will soon leave for Willamette
valley, where he will reside in the
Mr. aud Mrs. Bates Shattuck
were visiting in The Dalles the
fore part of the week. They re
turned Wednesday evening.
Barney Rice and wife wdio have
been in Chehalis for some time re
turned Tuesday to take up their
residence on their homestead.
E. A. Chandler and bride of
Pendelton spent a few days the
last week visiting the former's
brother, E. S. Chandler of Criter
The rod in the 85 foot drilled
well on the Al Britton farm came
apart a few days ago and is caus
ing considerable work and expense
Julius Shipley and wife of Wapi
nitia were visiting here the first of
the week with Mrs. Creager. Mrs.
Shipley is a daughter of U. S.
Kndersby of Wapinitia.
Dr. Hatfield will leave tomorrow
for The Dalles. He will go from
there to Shauiko, Antelope and
other places in that neighborhood
before returning to Manpin.
O. B. Derlhjck has purchased
from E. J. Fischer a new Ford
automobile and is now learning to
speed up a little. Tha Ford is be
ginning to be almost a necessary
adjunct to farm needs.
G. L. Harphan leturned. from
The Dalles Wednesday where he
went with his son who was taking
his wife to the hospital for an op
eration. Mrs. Harphan stated that
she was rssting easy and .seemed
to be getting along very nicely,
but an operation was thought best.
Make final proof
Preaching services both morning
and evening on the second and
fourth Sundays of each mouth.
Sabbath school at 10 a. m. every
Sunday. All are welcome to
N. Welter, pastor.
CHAS.H. FRANCIS. M.D.;C.M
MAUPIN, OREGON ,
Mem. Coll, Phys. & Surg.,
Prompt Service on Either
Day or Night Calls
Eyes tested, Glasses Fitted
Can You Do It?
naat ptla v. I ihwomfcfl and iimut Uiv e
m rudircg Bi.Ur Iw.bn thin 5'eo
.ituvlty ,( it 1 hit a.pi of failing vuwn, i
id will bt pre? t a Led t having t puj ui ilt
Dr. C. H. Francis,
Ma'jpm Barber Shop
'E, J. Styer, Prop.
Come in and get that shave
you need, or" will need soon
Try us every day in the week
for Shave, Haircut or Shampoo
Maupin, r Oregon
We lead Others follow. Lis
ten! At enormous expense we
have secured a limited number of
arge hand painted OIL PAINT
INGS of Landscape and Marine
Views, which we are giving ab
solutely free to our customers.
See us about it. W. H. Staats &
Fine watch repairing at Emmons,
work at the' Maupin
Pine White Wyandotte eggs 50c
per setting. Mrs. Chas. Crofoot.
See those penny school tablets at
Tallcott's cash store.
Don't let the clock stand idle,
bring it to me.
Emmons the Jeweler.
Washing Wanted individual
or taniuv; will u called tor and re
turned. Mrs. Lotla Miller.
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-1 -"Tm BJ's?
1 Blacksmith And Wagonshop
FRALEY AND VANDERPOOL-
Horseshoeing, Blacksmithing and Wagonmak-ing-
All kinds of Repair Work that will suit
With a Guarantee That Will Stick. Try us
If your wagons, buggies or hacks need over
hauling, .bring them in, we'll save you money
Bring Those Plow Shares to Sharpen
We Sharpen Them While You Wait
j MAUPIN - GREG.
WANTED Position as threshing,
engineer. Long experience, tbor-l
ougbly capable. David W, Sbarpe,
MAUPIN HARNESS SHOP
Give me Your Order for Anything in the Harness Line,
Sadies, Bridles, Chaps, Spurs. Harness Dressing that
will last, and, most anything else you want we will order
for you and save you time and money. Bring your old
harness in for those repairs they need, have it done right
For Sale. Two
Russian wolf hounds.
Edwin Mays, Maupin Oregon
r vnp ni ivpd nDnn
i ;:T-r Ji
FOR SALE 160 acre improved
ranch; 100 acres in cultivation,!
good house, barn, out houses, i
Can plow about 130 or 140 acres.
Very reasonable, good terms.
Maupin Real Estate Co.
elre to do and when you want
some free advertising do the
same as lie is getting rich so fast
he doesn't care about such small weekly
burning in his office don't worry,
it is left merely to help the mice
find the paste pot and get a
square meal. When you bring
ten cents' worth of work to the
office that you have been dream
ing over for a month, demand
instant attention and delivery
within ten minutes thereafter,
and don't forget to impress upon
him that it is a matter of charity
anyhow and you can get better
work elsewhere. The editor is
used to all those things and
Statement of the Ownership,
Etc., Required by the Act
of August 24, 1912
of the Maupin Times published
POOL AND BILLIARD PARLOR
G. L. Harphan, Prop.
It You Want to While Away an Hour or so There is
no Better Place Than Here. A Nice, Clean and En
joyable Amusement. -
!j MAUPIN :-:
at Maupin, Oregon, for
you see the light 1 April 1, 191$. ,
r.uuor, a. iy. Karnes; managing
editor, A. L. Barnes; business
manager, A. L. Barnes; publisher,;
A. L, Barnes, Maupin, Oregon.
Owuer, A. L. Barnes, Maupin,1
Known bondholders, mortgagees,
and other security holders, holding
t per cent or more of total amount
of bonds, mortgages, or other se
(Signed) A. L. Baknks.
Sworn lo and subscribed before
uie this 2nd day of April, 10,15.
SKU J. W. O'NKI.IN,
Notary Public for Oiegon.
(My commission expires, March
That Are Meals
The Kind We Always Serve
At Reasonable Prices
When in Town M.ke our
Hotel Your Headquarters
A Cordial Welcome to All
D. A. MOAD, Prop.
BOARD AND ROOM BY THE DAY, WEEK OR MONTH
won't mind it a little bit.