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The Maupin Times
Published Every Friday at Maupin, Oregon,
J. E, Disbkow, Publisher
Subscription: One Year, $1.50,
JEntered in the post office at
Friday afternoon A. A. Disbrow
iiud Jessiline Disbrow motored to
the home of the latter's mother on
Upper Smock, returning Sunday
evening. Before returning,
company with Mrs. E. H. Dis.
brow, Blaine and Vina Disbrow, a
trip through the woods along the
Keep's ditch survey was enjoyed.
Mr. Disbrow left in his car Tues.
day morning to visit Hood River
relatives. While here he proved
a valuable assistant in setting type
for and getting out one issue of
the Maupin Times and made the
editor the proud recipient of
handsome Oliver typewriter,
Robt, Knox loaded a car with
household goods at the 0. T. de
pot Tuesday to be shipped to jop
I'm, Montana, Mr, and Mrs.
Knox have had charge of the Sim-
nasho Indian school but have se
cured a transfer to the Wind River
reservation on the Wyoming bor
Dr, J. A. Fellows and son of
Rochester, New York, arrived the
first of the week for a visit with
his brother) Dr. 6. O. Fellows of
this place. This Is the first meet
ing of the twd brothers in 43 years.
Uncle Doc says his brother wants
him to return with him, but he
has not fully made up his mind to
A transactisri todk place the first
of the month whereby G. L. Har
phan bought the confectionery fix
tures of B. J.Styer arid will d'ccu
fiy the entire building Mr. Styer
has moved his barber shop into
part of the building occupied by
Ray Smith's meat market.
That wonderful driuk, Tallcott's
HUNTS FERRY WHSE. GO,
KERR GIFFORD & GO.
A. F. Martin
HAS 0ENED Htt BLACKSMITH SHOP IN
MAUPIN AND IS NOW PRhPARED TO
DO ALL KINDS OF
shoeing' and General
All work done neatly and promptly
at a reasonable price
A FAIR SHARE OF THE PATRONAGE IS
Six Months 75cts, Three Months 50
Maupin, Oregon, as second class
J. E. Overman and- wife of Mid
lfflcl, Arkansas were guests at the
hi m ' of their niece, Mrs. Bert E.
DaviSt on the Mays ranch last
week. Mr. and Mrs. Overman
are on a three mouths' trip in the
West, visiting the Exposition city
and other points. They expect to I
arrive home about the middle of
The Times would like to have a
correspondent in every community
of Southern Wasco county. If
your locality is not represented
send us at sample letter, with your
name and address, We will send
E. J. Fjscherand Miss Dorothy
arrived home Friday from their
trip across the mountains accom
panied by Miss Troutman of For
est Grove. Mrs. Fischer and Miss
Phillis are visiting in the Grove.
Why hot send the Times to
n, 1 ti i 1
some distant rrienar u win
beat writing letters all hollow
an d would be highly appreciated
bv the person receiving it. It
only costs a dollar and fifty cents
a year and will go to him or her
Mrs. C. ti. Francis wrote July 30
from Toronto, Canada, where she
arrived that morning, "Everything
fine; lots of rain all the way
through Wy.. Neb., Iowa, Illinois
and Mich'; not a bit tired.
Shattuck Bros, received three
carloads bf supplies this week; one
each of gasoline, flour aud farming
implements. This speaks well for
the prosperous condition of the
uieacantile business of Maupin.
Don't blame flour clock It
needs cleaning. Emmons will
do it for you and guarantee it.
All Around Town
The Tiiues,$i.v5o a year.
Ed Mays was a business visitor
in Mavpiu Monday.
lire settings. 7s cents per tire
at A. F. Martiu's.
R. Johnson made a trip to Wap'
luitia luesday taking a load of
See Fraley and Vauderpool for
H. P., Jas., aud Miss Nelll
larphau leave this week for a trip
to the Mountains.
Make final proof before Com
Mr. aud Mrs. B. D. Fraley and
Mrs. Donaldson motered up to
Bear Creek Sunday.
Post cards from ic to 5CS at
Geo. Bargainholt took a load of
fruit to the Flat Saturday from his
Go to Fischer's Garage for all
your automobile accessories, gaso
line aud storage of machine.
Emil Heckler is shipping out a
carload of cattle this week over
the 0. VV.
Horseshoes 75 cents per set at
A. Fi Martiu'si
A marriage license was issued in
'Pi.n r' 11 c. . 1 . ... .
meuaiies oaiuruay 10 unaries
Gable aud Miss Jennie E, Crane oi
Make laud filings aud final proof
before United States Commissioner
Mrs. A. F. Evick of Wapinitia
was a business visitor in The
The harvest is almost through.
Bring your watch to Emmons the
Leigh Oliver came down from
the uiountsins Monday night and
lus gone to work on the Flat.
Clem Matthews put a race horse
on an O. T. car Tuesday night to
go to Centralia for the races. i
Oscar Hammer came in from
Wapinitia Monday night for a vis
it with his sister, Mrs. Job Crab
tree. Mr. Fisclier was very busy Mon
day unloading auothet car of Ford
Machines just arrived from the
The article iu last week's Times
on the Beavis-May oil well, Dufur,
should have been credited to The
Mr. Frank Gable, Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Gable and Harold Gable of
Wapinitia were business visitors in
The Dalles Monday.
Dr. J. A. Fellows led the pray
er meeting at the church last night.
There was good attendance and all
enjoyed the ksou.
E. J. Collins, wife and son of
Dufur were Maupih visitors VVed-1
nesday iu company with Eastern
Edgar Wendle, wife and friends
from Portland passed through
Maupin Wednesday on their tour
of Central Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. Bates Shattuck
will leave tomorrow for a trip
through Bend and Brighton Hot
Springs and home around by way
of Portland. I
I have moved by barber shop
from the llarplian building to the
building opposite the Moad hotel
and am prepared to serve my pa
trons as before. E. J. Styer.
Mrs. Elmer Hammer came down
from Wapinitia the first of the
week and after a couple day's visit
with Mrs. Job Crabtree left for her
home nt Coldcndale, U'n.
Fire caught near Geo. Wood
tuff's threshing machine Tuesday
with tbt result of loss of bedding
for Mr. vVoodruft and Walter
' Dolph Moad this week bougiit a
ear of Biuk Tapp, of Wapimt'a,
ud iu company , with his frow is
enjoying some little spins again.
U. S. Commis
A Tiffany wedding ring can bt
bought of P.mmoiis the Jeweler,
Win. Burk returned from Port
laud Tuesday. Mrs. Burk is now
at their Davton home.
C. H. Yockeys and guest.-- were
in the cascades last week for t lie
pleasure of the sweet evergreen
Mr. aud Mrs. G. VV. Vauderpool
eft with their car a few days ago
for an up river trip and are now
visiting in Bend.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Vauderpool
leave today for their Dufur home
after a week's visit with W. C.
Vauderpool aud family of this
Leon Schouinard has been tak-
ng Louis Emmons' place for a
few days delivering the Oregoniaus
while Louis is working out of
Mrs. Ida M. Overman and fami
ly of The Dalles are spending their
summer vaction at the home if
Mrs. Overman's daughter. Mrs.
Bert E. Davis on the Mays ranch.
Violet Miller arrived home from
The Dalles Tuesday afternoon and
went to the Flat Wednesday morn
ing to join her mother who is with
Slusher's cook wagon.
Mr. and Mis. W. II. Williams
and Mr. niid Mis. II. D. Mollis
left Wednesday morning for a
VV. T. Vauderpool made his lit
tle grandson, the youngest son of
VV. C. Vauderportl, a present of
his car and has purchased a new
one of E. J. Fischer.
Church Notice, Aug.. 8, 1915.
Sunday School 10 a. m., preach
ing, 11 a, in. Rev, Fellows will
Evening service by the young
people at 7:30 p. m. will be held
on the lawn at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. W II. Staats. Prayer
meeting Thursday evening 8 p. iu.
Come and bring "some one else
G. It. ELLIS, Pastor.
Blacksmithing, Wagonmaking and Auto
Fraiey (SL Vanderpool
Horseshoeing, Blacksmithing and Wagonmak-ing-
Share grinding and sharpening. All kinds
of Repair Vork that will suit, VVith a Guarantee
That Will Stick. Try us If your wagons, bug
gies or hacks need overhauling, bring them in,
we'll save you money,
We carry a full line of Automobile Supplies and
are prepared to do all kinds of Auto repair work
Auto Passenger Service At to Delivery Truck
Prepared for Long Trips or Outing Parties
A Complete Line of Automobile Accessories
I MAUPIN. OREGON j
G. L. Harphan has purchased
the lot between the Mayhew lesi
dence and A. F. Martin's black
smith shop and may in short time
erect a fine two-story building one
floor of which is to be a hall.
Swat the fly!
SPECIAL FARES FOR
From Central Oregon Points to
the Seashore Resorts, Clatsop
Beach, Eastern Cities and
the California Expositions.
COOL, GAY GEARHART AND
SEASIDE. CLATSOP BEACH
Inexpensive-Hotel, Camp and Cot
tage Accommodations. Mam
fold Amusements and Surf
and Natatorium Bathing,
Round trip from Maupin
ROUND TRIPS EAST
Direct or Circuit Routes to Any
Point Daily until September 30
Return Limit October 3!.
Chicago Direct $72.50, Min
neapolis, St. Paul, Duluth
or Winnipeg, $60. St.
Louis $71.20, New
York $110.70. One
way via California,
with stopover to
at slightly high- N
Oregon Trunk, North Bank and
the Floating Palaces, SS "Great
Norther" and "Northern Pa
cific," Sailing every Tues
day, Thursday' and Satur
day from Portland, and
from San Francisco
$36.25 round trip from
meals and berths on
ships. Rail rate,
meals and berth.
Ask for Expo
A i LOCKE Agent, Maupin
Hi the Maliiiiil
CHAS.H. FRANCIS, M.D.;C M
MAUPIN, OREGON ,
Mem. Coll Phys. & Surg.,
Licentiate Minnesota and
Prompt Service or) Either
Day or Night Calls
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