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The Maupin Times
Published Every Friday at Maupin, Oregon,
J. 15, Disdrow, Publisher
Subscription: One Year, $1.50, Six Months 75cts, Three Months 50
Entered in the post office at Maupin, Oregon, as second class
A little book entitled the
World's Crisis, which came to
ur desk a short time ago, con
tains a couple well condensed
paragraphs on the cause of the
present European war, which is
worth of note, and we quote as
For the more immediate
cause of the conflict we have
only to go back a period of six
years. The fatal fire was lit,
Bays Leon Dominian, in the New
York Evening Post, 'in 1908 in
the heart of the mountains of
Macedonia, when a Turkish of
ficer sent tt telegram to Sultan
Abdul Hamirj. demanding the
reestablishment of the form of
constitutional government in
Dllt of that event came
Ttirhish parliament. To that
barliment Bosnia and Herzegb
Vina claimed the right to send
delegates, for by the treaty bf
Berlin they were left suzerain to
Turkey although turned over to
Austria-Hungary for administra
tion. This claim caused ah em
barrasmeht in Vienna that was
ended by the high-handed annex
ation of Bosnia and Heriegbvina
The Serbsj Who constitute the
main part of theBe two provinces,
were enflamed to the p'oiut of
war then, but Russia restrained
then)! Her resp'once to the move
on the chessboard, came later in
the shape of the Balkan Alliance,
which excelled the Turks and
Ithen went to pieces in trying to
'divide the spoils. The Serbs,
who have their Own dreams of
national grandeur, felt cheated
Wee more by Auatriai and out of
Irace hatred that has smouldered
and flamed for centuries came
the assiriatn 'of the Austrian
archduke, on the 26th of last
'June, by a Serb lad of nineteen
resident in Herzegovina. On
July 21 Austria-Hungary sent her
premptory note to Servia de
manding that she crush out the
agitation against Austria and
punish those accused of complic
ity in the murder of the arch
duke. Servia's reply was not
considered satisfactory, and on
July 28 war was declared upon
her. Austria says she could not
wait longer because Servia was
already mobilizing, Russia says
that she had to begin mobilizing
at once because Austria was mo
bilizing. Germany declared war
because she found Russia mobil
izing and did not dare to wait
for Russia to strike first. France
began mobilising1 because Ger
many had begun. Belgium was
forced into war to resist the in
vasion of German troops, and
Great Britain went to war be-
cause she had guaranteed the
neutrality bf Belgium and Ger-
rhany refused to respect it.
Tygh Valley Itetas
Mrs. Jimiule johnson is on the
sick list this weekv
Tile ladies of Tygh met with
Miss McKay Wednesddy afternoon
and Organized a Ladies Aid.
Thei-e is t'6 he a lair in tygh
Valley the 13th, ith and ljth of
Miss Weber Is visiting With Mrs.
Burtner this Week.
Dr. Shannon is a very busy Wan
Arthur and John Morris are
hauling wood for Grandma and
Mrs. Glen Morris and her parents,
Mr. and Mrs, Win. fieckwitli.
Dr. Short has beeil in Tygh Val
ley 'tne past few days.
Mr. and Krs. fe'rne'r.t tTartmato
and 'daughter Crystal passed
through Tygh Wednesday on their
vay to Portland.
Hud Smith came home Monduy,
See Fraley and Vanderpool for
F. U. Stunrt went up to,,Wudrn
Horseshoes 75 cents per set nt
A, F. Martin's.
C. II. Yockey was over from
Notarial work at the Maupin
Mrs. Job Crabtrce is visiting on
the Flat this week,
Make final proof before Com
Mr. Klla and Mrs. J, 0. Chas-
tain wore in town Monday.
Tire settings, 75 cents per tire
at A. F, Martin's.
Mr. and Mrs, Bates Shattuck
made a trip to Duftir Sunday.
Art Fargher visited in Maupiu
a few daes the first of the week.
Mr. Goetjen's mother arrived
from Grass Valley Wednesday for
A Tiffany wedding ring can be
bought of Kminons the Jeweler,
The DeMoss family will be in
Wapinitia tonight on their 4iid
0. VV'i and W. C. Vanderpool
went to Prineville Wednesday to
be absent a few days;
Mrs. W. B. A. Temple accom
panied the Messers Vanderpool to
Dnfur Friday and Mrs. W. C
Vanderpool came home with them
Remember Tuesday evening Miss
Dowuing will be in Maupin,
The harvest is almost through.
Bring your watch to Emmons the :
Jeweler, Maupin. "
Editor Hopkins tit the Chront-'
cle Hlul Miss Anita V. Bennett,
daughter of Judge A. S. Bennett
were united in marriage Sunday
D. A. Mdad made a found trip
to The Dalles Wednesday faking
John Muir, Stanley Morris, Art
Fargher and E. J. Stye'r, the lat-j
te'r two gentlemeni returning with j
hint Jim Eastoi) an'd 'daughter,
Agnes accompanied them here on
the return. tVip iOr a few days' Vis
OREGON TRUNK RY.
Central Oregon line
Expositions Now At Their Host
$36.25 Round Trip
Oregon Trunk Ry The North
Bank Road and the Palatial 0
Deck Steamships, "North
ern Pacific" and "Great
Northern" between Port
land anil San Francisco
evory Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday.
Fares include meals
and berth on ships.
Rail rates same
Sept, 1 ), ijh, Sunday school
ro a. 111., iircaehing 11 a, in. No
services in the evening.
Everyone prepare to come Sun
day September j6 to an all day
meeting. W. N. Coffee, District
Eliler, will preach three limes,
Come and bring your lunch.
Prayer meeting every Thursday
All welcome to any or all of the
G. U. EI.US, Pastor.
Come Tuesday evening 7:30 p.
in. to 1 lie chiirifli at Maupin, and
In-iir Hiss Lillian Downing give her
interesting temperance program.
No admission charged but a free
will of., ring taken.
The '! hues, $t,,so a year,
The Times would like to have a
correspondent in every community
of Southern Wasco county. It
your local'ty is not represented
send us a sample letter, with yum
name and address. We will sen 1
Round Trip Rates East
Direct or Circuit 'Routes to Any
point in United States or Canada
Daily Until September SO-Return
Limit October 3lst. ' Chica
go, direct, 572.50, Minneapolis,
t. Paul. Duluth or Winnioeir.
$00. St. Louis, $71.20. New
York' $110.70. Go one-way via
California at slightly higher
rates. Stopovers on through
one-way or round trip tickets to
see the Expositions.
Plan Now to Go Daily
Round Trip Fares From
Central Oregon Points via
Oregon Trunk Rv-, in Ef
fect Sept. 23 to Oct. 2.
A. LOCKE, Agent,
GO to Fischer's Garage for all
your atttomohile accessories, gaso
line and storage of machine.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior,
United States Land Office at The
uaues, Oregon, heptemher 1 1, 1915.
NOTICE, is hereby given that
Ralph T. Ilu.ati of Criterion, Ore
gon, who, on October 2Hth, 1910,
made Homestead Entry, No,
07620, and on July 2nd, 1914,
made additional Homestead Entry,
No. 013565, fr NEi-4, Ni-2 SIC
1-4, Sec-9. VV1-1NW1-4, Section lo,
Township 6-south, gane 15-East,
Willamette Meridian, has filed
notice of intention to make Final
three year Proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, before
F. D. Stunrt, United States Com
missioner, a' Maupin, Oiegcn, on
the 19th day of October, 1915.
Claimant names as witnesses:
II. M. Gn-en. (!. A. Duns, C. G.
Skogsburg, K. II. DeCaiup, ail of
II. FRANK WOODCOCK,
J DENTIST N
H. V. HATFIELD, D. M. D., j
WILL LEAVE MAUPIN SEPT. 20, FOR SHANIKO H
Watch this soace for return date
CHAS.H, FRANCIS. M.D.:C.M
"which We wish to close out
TH 1 FALL, will be . fcut down to
Gall on m lor frices before
-you Purchase Elsewhere
Mem. Coll, Phys. & 8urg-.
Licentiate Minnesota and
Pr6mpt Service on Either
Day 0 Night Calls
Eye tented, Glasses Fitted
Can You Do It?
Itain lint tli'ir Htfcti mil Ik talk
tl fitttn Iiicbct (1-111 ihi -m II
II la-i uot fki 10 buy ttifi" pnUt
ilrj. Tim l-tinl tlwulil I rej .-inly
If. Tlirv il'finutc i
Dr. 'C. H. Francis,
That wonderful chink, TMIcott's
Will Cook came over from Mosler
Saturday for a visit with h'is moth
er and sister, Mrs. R. Johnson.
D'onH Udme your dock It
needs cleaning., Emmonn will
do it for pou and guarantee 'it.
An'invi'tment tliovouglilv worth
while is oifered for sale for a short
time at $22.50 an acre., "affci of
200 acres on part terms o'AvresI
in cultiva'iion and 75 tnore can be
cultivated and the balance 'is' good
pastue iiud woods laud. Oood
buildings and fences amFriglit'to
plenty of 'irrigation "water. .Ml
kinds of i'mit. On niml mail vouie
and telephone line and n-asoiinhly
close to school and church. 'Call
at the Times office.
Make land filings and final proof
before Vn'f.ted States Cbintm'sfhoiier
NO riCF, FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior,
United Slates Land Office at The
Dalles, Oregon, Septemh r 3rd..
9 ' 5-
NOTICK is hereby given; that
Sanford M 'Black, of Shaniko, Or
egon, who, on June 131I1, igu,
made Homestead Kntiy. No. out 16.
for NW4, Section to, Township 7
South, Range 16 Last, Willamette
Meridian, lias filed notice of in
lention to make Final three year
Proof, to. establish claim to the
land above described, before H,
C. Rooper, U. S. Commission! r,
at Antelope, Oregon, on the 18th
day of Oclolier, 191s,
Claimant names as witnesses;
William V Johnson, Laurence
L. Sickles. U illiaiU H. Wornstaff,
Arch L Hunna, all of Shaniko,
' H. FRANK WOODCOCK,
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION
Depirtmeiit of the InteVior,
ttrtited Stares Land Office at The
Dalles, Oregon, September 3rd,
NOTKU', is heieby given that
Clarence W Fargher, of Maupin,
Oregon, who, 011 December 20th,
1910, made Desert Land Entry, No.
07841, foi SWj- SK.j, Sec. 11
NWi Nli.h Section 14, Township
"4 South, t'ange 'i 4 Ivit, Wil
lamette Meiidiiin, has filed notice
of intention to make Final desert
Proof to establish claim to the land
above described, before U. S. Land
Office, at The Dalles, Oregon, on
the 2 1 st day of October, 19 15.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Asa White, Kenneth Miller, A.
W. Fargher. John Mannion, Ara.
Ruzan, all of Maupiu, Oregon. ,
H. FRANK. 'WOODCOCK, !
Explanation" Demanded, from p. 1
all times, and unctcr all circum
stances." Further cbrhment upon
this paragraph is useless as it
speaks for itself 111 no doubtful
In closing this communication,
we, a? residents and taxpayers of
Wasco county, ask you to disavow
publicly, this newspaper article
from Sherman county, to repudiate
the inderhauded removal of" our
sign by having he same set in
place agdin (we will place sign in
ton for ttv.U purpose.
tv route r ilhe'r than Vasco coun
ty's shorti-t and. scenic Mt. Hood
route to iiueiior points in Centra'",
Oregon and oil to California, and
lastly 'to assure (he residents and
taxpayers of Wasco county that
you ate lesidenls of Wasco ''County .
in spirit as well as in body and that
you intend t(p aahere, strictly 'o
yourpYirfte'.l diih, "To develop" the
natural Yesntifre's bf The'Dalles and
WasiV) 6'V'ntv.1' . , , !
Gs.. V. Jdlmston.'Fli W. fi'in
mati,. T. J Cafsoii, P. E. Temple,
W. L. YWi'derpool, Owen Joos,
T. C Fren. h, W. N. Eyans, T. C.
".Iivt-v, ) ''v'. Moore, Waldo Rrig.
Ir nn. O. il N.-al.'D. W. Phillips,
If. T. Fk'"H, W. H. Sloan, L AV.
Mack, V..'lave. Kellogg, J. H,
Fitpaietick',. K. L Hauser,''0. M.
Fralev, Dr. H. F. Shannon, L. M.
Smitli, B. C. Brown, J-.D. Heisler,
Gregoire Triidell,. W- H. Cantrell, 1
T, C '&men,.t. II, Johnston, C.
W. Heisler, W. . Short, C. C.
Cooper, .1. . !''. Brooks, VV. T. Van
derpool, J. p. Bolton, Otto Setarei
ber, M. W. Warner, A. A. Marvel,
B. F WallstOn. , T. Harper, W.
VV". H. McAtee, 'm, Beckwith,
H. C. 'Dodds, Nlelvin Sigmati.T.
W. KuJwles, L. B. Thomas, C. H.
Stoughton, I'. B. Ingles, S. W.
Dunn, Henry Menefee, J..C. John
stou, M. M. Olavey, D. R. Car
michael, Dufnr Lhmber Co. by C.
Bliem, W. C. Nanna, D. Youne,
p.. P. Balch, Monroe Heisler, A.
A. Bonnev, O. R. Burtner, E. C.
FfUpaterick, C. W. Wing.
The Chronicle, and Optomist
of 't bis we-k publish ih coiinection
with this letter one about the same
from The Dalles Business
upon ret'uesO, to see that various'. V-f-.gtli
interests in The Dalles, who deal. Men disclaiming any thing to do
with tourists, refrain ftom discrim- with the removing of the sign men-
inating against us by advising jtioned and expressing their regret
tourists to take the Sherman toun-:for 'tbW.isunderstamiitig.
vWvft. ';-' '-' 'i ioi'ilJ: w
Th followiog prices f. 0. b. Detroit, effective Aug 2, 1915;
Ford Runabout . . . $390.
Ford Touring Car . . . 44o
No speedometer included in this yer's
equipment, otherwise cars fully equipped,
There can be no assurance given against an advance in
these prices at any time. We guarantee however, that
there will be no reduction in these prices prior to August
Profit-Sharing With Retail Buyers
On August 1, 1914 we made the announcement that if we
co ild make and sell at retail 300,000 Ford cars between
A'igdst 1, 1914 and August 1, 1915 we would shnrc profits
With the retail purchasers, to the extent of from $10 to
$P0 on each car. We have sold over 300,000'ford cars in
the time specified, and profit-sharing checks of $50 eadh
will oe distributed as rapidly as possible after August 15,
111.5. Retail purchasers who have not yet mailed us their
profir-shariri; coupons, properly endorsed should do so
Our plan to profit-share with retail purchasers of Ford
cars during 1914-e5 has been most successful. We thor
oughly believe in it, but realizing the uncertainty of con
ditions generally makes it advisable to defer any an
nouncement of future profit-sharing until a later date.
We are, however, confident of our inability to reduce
costs for several months, and therefore can offer no profit
sharing for cars delivered during August, September and
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