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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 12, 1915)
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DeypteJ to tthe Interests of Southern Wasco County
MAUPIN, SOUTHERN WCO COUNT OREQN, FRIDAY, NQVE?jTpER(12, 1915
VOL,, 2. NO. 5
THE YEAR $1.50
The children of District Jtfo. 48
who were awarded premiums at
the Southern Wasco County Fair
.'held at Tygh N alley were; ,
Dorothy Martin. 1st on marine
apron $1, 1st on plain cake $1. '
Roy Martin, 2nd on cake $-50,
2nd on pen chickens II.
Viola Martin, 1st on jelly $1.
Grace Woodruff, 1st best arti
cle of embroidery $1.
May Kinyon, 2nd on pig $1.
Max Woodruff, 3rd on plain
1 Georgia Crofoot 1st on layer
cake $1, 1st on bird house $1, 1st
On sewing project $2.50.
SENT BY 01
L. D. Kelly. L. K. Oakley, B.
Shattuck and Clyde Williams,
joined at Shaniko by Roy Logan
left Friday noon for a week end
rabbit hunt at BencJ, returning
Sunday night bringing abrjrjt $0
of the little animals home as
proof of their success.
Mrs. h M. Woodside return
ed home Sunday from ? two
weeks' visit to Woodburn, where
she has been visiting her parents
Mr. and Mrs. McKee.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Riggles and
son Omar, returned nome last
week from tyle, Washington,
where they have been visaing
their daughter and aon-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hammer.
The Woman's Missionary so
ciety and the 0(tterbein Guild of
this nlace held a very enjoyable
program at the church Sunday
Mrs. Minnie Hartman is Visit-
incr nr. trie home of Mrs. L. D.
Kejly at M.auDin this jyjjejs.
Mr. and Mrs. II W- Ftinn and
family returned home from Hood
"You Can't Raise Corn '
in the Northwest. But corn is grown here-gpod corn, small
cobs, deep kernels, solid ears, and plenty bushels per acre,
Everv farmer every live stock owner-
every dairyman knows what com means
Whether or not you know that corn is a successful crop in this conn
try go and see the results of a campaign for more pork and better
pork, more cattle, more dairies and silos, and better t.mes-at the
PREGON. WASHINGTON RAILROAD ,NVICATION CO.
VMON PACiriC SYSTEM
Walla Walla, pecember 2, 3,4
' Information and Premium List Free
upon application to
R. B. BELL, Agent
A.p EpA.T. F. &P. A.t
LOW FARES FQR THE RQUJO TIRP
River where thev have been for
the past month working during
apple harvest. They are glad to
get back and 'Old V?aP' lks
pretty good to them. "
A .huainAsa meptine' nf t.hp
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Christian Endeavor was held at
Rev. tains' Friday night.
Clyde Flinn made a trip to
Maupin Wednesday .after a load
Mrs. M. Huston started for
Parkdale laat Friday for a two
weeks' visit with her daughter,
Mrs. -Rollan Meyers.'
Lu Hennichan m&de a trin tol
The Dalles last Friday, returning
Saturday bringing If r and Mrs.
N. W- Flinn home with him.
A basket social was given at'.
the Upper Oak Grove school
house last Saturday night. About
$61 was taken in which will go
toward getting a ne bejl for the:
Julius Shipflin's new plastered"
eight-room house is nearing com
pletion. " ' j
Two inches of the Beautiful'
fell here Monday morning.
A murder is reported to have
occvrred on the Indian reserva
tion recently. Nothing definite
is known at present. Officers
and blood-hounds have been sent
The planning of the Ladies'
Bazaar is coming along nicely
and a chicken pie supper will
be served during the evening.
The people of the community
will meet at the church Saturday
November 13 for the purpose of
completing the painting and re-
namnor ot the buildin. ine
ladies will serve dinner, Come,
one and all.
The baud boy8 are planning on
irivine a basket social here the
last of the month for the benefit
of their band.
Mr. and Mrs, King from Port
land are visiting at the home of
their daughter, -Mrs. Herman
N. W. Flinn who has been laid
ud for the past five months with
a crushed limb, is Betting along
very nicely, but it will be several
months yet before he will be able
to get along without the rid of
Mr. Dodge is up at Cedar
Swamp at present making posts.
Rev. Ellis expects to ;begin
special meetings at this place on
next Wednesday evening.
Among those who have recent
ly jfinished fall sowing are D. B.
Appling, Ed. Herrling, W. M.
Snelson, Dale Bonney, D. L.
Rutherford, R. H. and Laco De-
Camp, C. A. Duus, W. E. Hunt
and.Qhas. Skogsberg. " t
C. A. Duus has gust completed
a building to house his threshing
outfit. He wijl also build a tool
and wagon house. Such im
provements $v,ill pay any farmer
C. E. Tunison and wife came
over Saturday for a short visit
with the family of their son Earl.
Our neighborhood had another
of their famous good time gath
erings at the school house on
The occasion was .especially
Dleasixe to our citizens and the
schoal .as County -Supt. Bonney
in a suitable address, presented
to Miss Herrling and her pupils
the banner for being the first
standard school in the county
Prof. Harrington gave a very
fine stereoptical lecture on indus
trial club work by Oregon pupils.
At noon every one tried to out
do his neighbor in filling to their
capacity of the splendid banquet
which was furnished by the
ladies of the district.
After dinner the time was
spent listening to a program of
recitations, songs and impromptu
All present voted the day very
profitabjy spent. '
expects to ride the goat. We !
hope she arrives home with no
broken bpnes jjr e.(.her minor in
juries. The.re is something going tp
happen in our neighborhood to
two of our most-highly respected
pioneer citizens, that i if ex
changing' photographs at church
is any sign, wierelore we au in
due time gqin in wishing them
many years of peaceful bliss.
Mrs. Acmes Pierce is taking
care of the Whitcomb babies dur
ing Mrs. Hull's absence at Tygh
Bob Yonce was Sunday ealler
at the-Btakely heme. Mrs. Stak-
ely has been taking lessons in
tatting from him.
NOW AT MAUPIN
Better Have Your Dental WorJcDpne Now
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
A Ford on the road for every car of
another make. More than 900 O00 now
in use everywhere. This could riot
be if the Ford car had not, and was not
proving its snperiorityevery day, in all
parts of the world. The sturdy, light
weight, ecomoical Fprd car, useful to
everybody, saving money for everybody
at a price within reach of everybody.
Runabout $390; Touring Car $440
Town Car $640, f. o. b. Detroit.
On sale at
Arthur Henderson and family
came home from Yakima on Fri
Misses Bertha Herrling and
Gertrude Mattes visited Maupin
At a special school meeting
Saturday evening, a motion was
carried to paint school house
white and the roof green. This
commendable, as a building well
painted with a good quality of
paint is always a goodinvest-
Smock Items 2
RJrs. John Howell and Mrs,
Minnie Bargainholt were Wapni-
tia visitors last Friday.
Chas. Ross and bride have tak
en up theij? abode at the Barlow
Gate ranch. The writer and
many friends extend best wishes
and the future bows wny bright
years tor jtftjem- fJlv, Ross is
yery much respecled by all who
As usual, John Ayres made a
mistake Monday morning by go
ing horseback when he might
have enjoyed a sleigh ride,
Mr, and Mrs. Roy Fleck are at
The Dalles where Mrs. Fleck
Went to the hospital to undergo
an operation. Her many friends
in hopes of speedy recovery and
her return home.
N. E- Whitcomb is taking care
of Mr. Fleck's stock during his
Mr and Mrs. Edward McGreer !
of Antelope were business visit
ors Jd X.he jPallefl last week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Patison
and Belvie Patison of Wamic
were visitors in The Dalles Friday.
W. H. McAteeof Tygh Valley
transacted business in this city
John Karian of Bakeove-n was,
looking after business affaire in
The Dalles Monday,
James Baxter of An.teiope was
a business visitor Tuesday.
A.,J. Conroy of Shaniko trans
acted business in this city Satur
W. D. Walker. James Walker,
and F. M. Kelney of Antelope
visited The Dalles Tuesday.
Chas. Dodge of Tygh Valley is
looking after business affairs in
A. M. Young of Tygh Valley
was a visitor in The Dalles Mon
dav on bis way to Hood River to
attend the Odd Fellows' District
Frank B- Clock of Shaniko is
Visiting his family in The Dalle?,
Henry Miller of Wamic is
spending a few days in The
W. E. Hunt of Maupin was
ooking after business affairs in
The Dalles the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs, R. R. Hinton,
Miss Mary Lu Hinton, and Mast
er Bob Hinton of Shaniko are
visitors in The Dalles.
J, T. Harper, M. M.. Morris,
C. M. Joles, A. A. Bonney, and
G. R. Burtner were in The Dalles
Monday from Tygh Valley on
their way to join the Odd fel
lows who went to Hood River on
the special train Monday night
to atted the Odd Fellows' Dis
To anyone interested in the
improvement of ,the community,
it was quite gratifying .Tuesday,
evening to see the fine audience
at th school house, the new
schoolroom being filled beyond
seating capacity. -
County Supt. Bonney gave an
interesting account of work be
ing done in various schools of
.the .county, especially in stand
ardizing and industiial subjects.
Mr. Pitman of the State Nor
mal School lectured on Commun
ty Conversion along five lines:
Good roads, improved methods
of work, changed political and
religious views, and changed
schools. His main thought wins,
get out of the old ruts and onto
new and better ways, and was
replete with wit .and good humor
Mr- Harrington of Oregon
Agricultural College, aided by
Mr. Bonney. gave a stereopticon
lecture,, showing views from all
parts of the state, chiefly of in
dustrial project exhibitions at lo
cal county . and
See Page 8
The Times is this week print
ing its first full page, ad vhich is
on the lat page of the paper in
usual place for the locals which
appear this week op the third
This page, eight, which is de
voted to the Tum-A-Lum Co.,
containsrfive half .tone,cuts, on
which much care has been taken
to make them look as well as i,t
is possible for them to, (.printed
on an Armory hand press. Hav
ing now demonstrated "that a
full paire advertisement i pas
sible even for the Times, we will
expect others ere long.
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Haiues are
now residents of Maupin and, plan
to in the uear future erect a cot
tage on the lot adjoining the parsonage.
of groups of project workers and
individual prize winners wnp an
came form rural or village
All ioined in singing The Star
Spangled banner at .the opening.
The Battle Hymn of the repub
lic betwen the lectures and
Home, Sweet, Home at the close,
and seemed to feel hey had
spent a pleasant and
state fairs, and! evening.
' Auto Passenger Service - Auto Delivery Truck
Prepared for Long Trips or Outing Parties
A Complete Line of Automobile Accessories
The HIGHEST PRICE' '
MAUPIN STATE BANK.
Blaine Disbrow was a Sunday
caller at the home of T. J. Whit
comb. , Mr. and Mrs. Ray Aubrey and
The ground is covered with Emma Aubrey have secured work
snow. ' ; at a hotel in Bend. Mrs. Aubrey
Mrs. Hull left Monday after-'is' here .until tomorrow, getting
noon for Tygh Valley where she! rea(1v or their sa? "P tliere'
MAUPIN STATE BANK.
AND SAVE ALL EXPENSE, EVEN POSTAGE.
WE ARE A COUNTY DEPOSITORY AUTHORIZ
ED TJ COLLECT TAXES
Bed Blankets, Auto Robes, Couch
Covers, Table Covers. Shawls, Baby
Blankets, Fannel Shirts, Flannel and
I have just received an assortment of the above direct from
the mill. This lot is what the miir calls ''seconds," that is,
gpods that have become slightly soiled, have imperfections in
weaving, are off size, etc. For this reason I have secured this
assortment at piuch reduced prices and offer them to you as
genuine Bargains. Remember these goods are only slightly
. damaged and will be just as SERVICEABLE for every day
use as if they were ptrfect.
Investigate soon. The supply is limited.
R. C. JORY, POSTOFFICE, BLDG.
Red Ball Brand
Overshoes, Pacs, Rub
bers, Arctic SocKs and
See our "Himiner" jnow on display!
with the leather and nailed soles
the Greatest Rubber Shoe ever made
An Exceptionally Good
Line of Flannel Shirts