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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 27, 1915)
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL I. NO. 46
MAUPIN, SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY. AUGUST 27, 1915
THE YEAR $1.50
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SENT IN BY 1H II
Threshing here will be finished
fa a few days. The weather for
harvest has been ideal and crops
are as good as had been expect
ed. W. E. Hunt and son Edwin
spent a few days at his Tygh
Valley ranch recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Bonney
Visited relatives at Tygh last
week, two of Mr. B.'s brothers
coming home with them for a
few days' stay.
Mrs. Hughes has returned to
her home at Roseburg after a
visit to her sister, Mrs. Appling.
Mrs. Snelson's father and
brother have returned to Cheha
r. Peter Kirscti drove to Maupin
Miss Bertha Herrling returned
from Stayton and other valley
points Sunday last.
Gold is the prevailing color
with which some of our farmers'
vehicles are being painted; Ob
viously this indicates the general
prosperity resulting froth Mir big
, Frank Bu2an and ftarl Tunisian
spent Sunday with their fami
lies. Mrs. Henderson efcbects to go
to Yakima, Wn.; for a visit
shortly. ,., .
Mrs. Kidder has been feeding
a hungry threshing crew for a
few days at Sksgsberg & Son's.
A few days ago while out driv
ing, two Nimfods, viz., J. E.
All Kinds of Build'
I ing' Materials
Miller and L. B. DeCanip, spied
an owl by the roadside out
jumped Miller with a pump gun
ready for action. ''Wait till I
tie the lines, I want to shoot him
too," said DeCamp. "That's
alright, hold the horses, he'll
light again,'! said Miller-and
he did. '
Tygh Valley Items
Miss McCay has been chaper
oning a crowd of young people
in the mountains for the past
week. Various stories are told
about big game, long tramps, etc.
Grandma Morris came home
Monday evening after an absence
of about seven weeks. She re
ports a fine time and says every-
one was good to her, but there
is no place like home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hanson are
the proud parents of a son born
Grandpa McCorkle was down
Saturday. He is not very old
Mr. and Mrs. Vinton of Grass
Valley and Mf. and Mrs. Bor-
hill with their families visited
with A. 3. Black and family Sat
urday and Sunday.
Mrs. Sam Meiser bf Cornell,
Wn., is Visiting with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Stakely.
Mrs. Meiser' was postmistress
here for several years and has
many friends who1 are very glad
to see her.
Earl Rhoades moved himself
and family into the parsonage
this week. . . ,. ,. i
A good deal of grain i3 being
hauled thrdugh tygh t Suerars
Mr. Burther is in Forest Grove
this week with his family.
Rev. Blackman, the Presbyter-
IS HAfeD to GEE-
Wallboard is not Ibwer in' cost :
than lath and plaster in most"
places where there m no good
supply 6f plastering sand Wall
board is very covenient. ,
- A - M , WAlXBOARD''
put .on by anyone, it is
directly to the, 2x4 stud
ding of, the walls, and, many i
beautiful designs are ..produced.
The, cracks .. between the sheets
bf the wallboard are covered
with a small strip . of .lumber
painted like the rest of the house'
be tinted with a cold water.
tintjjy apyQne. Many beautiful
stencil pa terns can be worked in
the border. -
' TUM. A- LUM WALLBOARD'
s fine. for remodeling without
any bombs. .
- A - Lium
HIIII.I FIRE IN
Wapinltia, to the Times. A
great forest fire started in the
mountains near Clackamas and
also near Shellrock Mountain
about a week or more ago and
continues to get larger. There
are about 150 men fighting it
and more are going all the time.
Mr. Fischer took several men up
there Wednesday and Thursday
from Maupin and the Flat.
Just how the fire started is
not definitely known, although
the general belief is that it start
ed from the lightening setting
some trees afire. It is reported
that there are nine or ten dif
8everal four horBe loads of
provisions have been taken from
the Hartman and Evick stores.
ian b. b. missionary, preached
in Tygh last Sunday evening.
His talk in the morning to the S.
S. was surely appreciated.
Mrs- Leone Hull is oh the sick
list this week.
Mrs. Kistner is Visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Steers, this
Cal Syron of Smock was a
business visitor in Tygh Valley i
E. J, Fischer came to Tygh
Valley Wednesday and got a
load of men to take to the mourn
tains to fight, fire.
M. M. Morris has just finished
threshing- Al! hands seem to be
glad to 'get through. Now for
the mountains to rest. i
Will McAtee has moved to
Juniper Flat where he will stay
while hauling his wheat to
Tygh Valley has decided to try
and have another fair. The date
has not been set, but will proba
ly be the second week in Octob
Vhe'lbllewibg prices f. 0. b. Detroit, .effective Aug -2, 1915;
Ford Runabout . . $390.
ford Touring Car . . . 44.
Jo speedometer included in this yer's
equipment, otlierwi.se cars fully equipped.
There "can be no assurance 'gien against an advance fn
these prices at anytime. "We guarantee however, that
there will Toe no reduction 'in fhese prices prior to Augd3t
Profit-Sharing With ftetail Buyers
On August 1, 1914 we'maHe the announcement that if w'e
coilld fn'ake'and se'll at retail 800,0)0 Ford cars 'bot'weon .
August 1, 1914 and August 1, 1915 wc wbtiW share; profits
with the retkil purchasers, to the eVtent of from $40 to
im on each car. We have sold over 300,000 Ford cars in
. the time specified, and profit-sharing checks of $50 each
X will be distributed as' rapidly as possible after August 15,
1115. Retail' purchasers who have not yet mailed us the r
profit-sharing coupons, properly emlorried "should do so
Our plan "to prolit-Bliare with fctaiiVurchasers of 'Ford
cars during 1914-eG has been most successful. We thor
oughly be'.ieyo, in it, but realizing the uncertainty of con
ditions "'generally makes it advisable , to defer any an
nouncement of Ziiture profit-shariAg WtiJ a JatcY date.
We are, however, confident of ur inability to reduce
costs for several 'monihsi and therefore tan offer no profit
s,haring for cars deH-erad during"A:y'jst, SeptemnVr and
Mr. and Mrs. Bennington ar
rived in Tygh last night. Prof.
Bennington will be principal in
the school, to commence Septem
Grandpa Evick and Milt Mc
Clure returned from the 11101111
taius Monday and report a good
John Ward and Tom Heiuiegan
made a trip to Maupin last Thurs
day returning Friday.
Will Foreman and Arthur Price
made a trip td the mountains last
week, and while there climbed Mt.
Hood and took numerous views of
Cid Kains purchased Milt Mo
Clure's residence on Fifth Avenue
iu Wapinitia. He will move his
family there soon.
The Wapinitia hole! i:, doing
quite a large business now, there
being so many .uitos ai d wagons
coming from the Valley,
A. A, Amen expects to complete
the new school house which is be
ing built fit the edge of the timber,
this week. Mis Crystal Pratt will
teach there the coining winter.
Mrs. Hank Harphni and little
daughter Thelma at; on the sick
list this veekt
Rink Tapp began hauling his
surplus wheat to the Man pin
Warehouse Monday. He expects
to be hauling- all week.
Arch Rains was called lo the
bedside of bis. father, 3id RaiUs,
Tuesday, It is reported that he is
. ' "F.rtfest Mayhew and family pa.
ed through tere Tuesday on their
way hoiifc from the 4;ioiintcins.
Everyone repflrts that there are
lots of berries.
S. b. Woodsrde finished hauling
his wheat to Mailpin Wednesday
B. X. Foreman and wife made a
trip to Maiipto Sunday morning,
Dr. M. V. Forrest of Florence,
Oregon, a former resident of this
city, died at St. Vincent's Hos
pital late yesterday, following a
brief illness. He was twenty-
eight years of age and leaves,
besides his wife, a mother, Mrs.
J. M. Forrest of Portland and
two sisters, Mrs. A. W. Bower-
sox of Albany and Mrs. E. V.
Littlefield of Portland.
Dr. Forrest was born in Wheat
land, Yamhill county, in 1887.
Several ears ago he had u posi
tion as assistant house physician
at the Good Samaritan Hospital,
and also held the same position I pi o.vided by Uv.
at the St Vincent's Hospital fori Do not be deceived in the time
a time. Later he practised med-: ",,J. ;al1 ""f""' '"! '
.. , ., , made to tins Board, or no adjusts
icine tor a while on the Last ttwula Citl) afterward be trade; ,,p
Side. Oregon ian. pear on time, or else your assess-
Dr. Forrest, two years ago j muits will stand as made by the'
while in Maupin had a drugstorei0011" Assessor
in what is now the postofficel , 1 County Board of Equaliza
,., ,. . ,, ' , lion is composed of: The County
building and Was well known by ju.e, chairman; The County
many of our citizens. Clerk, secretary, and the County
The funeral was held at 4 'Assessor,
o'clock Wednesday aiternoon at We desire that all should have
the residence establishment of iSLffi" gover" "r
J. P. Finley & Son, Montgomery
and Filth streets, and interment;
made at Wheatland, Oregon at,
2 o'clock yesteltlay aftertioon.
returning iu the evening.
Miss Dorulhv Dovle.
been employed on a cook wagon ,
near Wasco, for the past five!
wcck, ifiuinwi to tier no ne Here
No; slopped tew da.vs
in The Dalles mu visitwi with Iter
sister, Mrs. l.ela Anderson. ' ' 's,.artt.d for the m0UHtaitls Wedncs
Mr. Jlmsiiu fruui, Maupin ' day. It is to be hoped that they
brought a lnrge Joad trf Crawford , were looking after the proposed
peaches and Silver prunes to VVap. I (Coucltided ou last page)
The HIGHEST PRICE
MAUPIN STATE. BANK.
p MAUPIN STATE BANK
AD SAVE ALL EXPENSE, EVEN POSTAGE.
m WB ARB A GOUNTY DEPOSITORY AUTHORIZ
ED TO COLLECT TAXES
in this line
To the Taxpayers
MOTh'K is hereby given that the
Ho.ni, of Initialization for
Wasco County, Oregon, will con
vene in annual session, in the
Count) Court Room, at the Court
House in The Dulles, Oregon, on
the SECOND MONDAY in SEPT
EMBER, being the f 13th day,
thereof, at the hour of 9 o'clock A.
M. of snid day, for the purpose of
publically examining the several '
Rolls for Wasco County; making
correction either in descriptions or
valuation; hearing and passing.. 011
complaints as to assessments, and
equalizing said Rolls so that all
properly shall be assessed at its
1 1 lie value.
Said bond will remain in srsition
one week or longer if necessary; but.
all complaints must be made dur
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.-.. b, imK, rilber m xetsim or
1 by agent, and on proper form.-, as
j;s. A. DAVIS,
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; miua Tuesday.
! The little sou of Mr. and Mrs.
C. L. Nelson ha.- been quite, sick
for the net week. Dr. Shannon
of Tygh Valley was called to see
him Tuesday, and again Thursday.
fwin t 4
ors were Wapinitia visitors for a
eounle divs -ihis ,week. . Thev.
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Peter itlilbfag, Mgr.