The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930, September 01, 1916, Image 1

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    MES
JioJL MAUrlP
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL 2, NO. 47
JMAUPIN. SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER I,
THE YEAR $!;5Q
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TWENTY-SIXTH ANNUAL WASCO
CO. FAIR, THE DALLES, OREGON
September 20, 21, 22, 23
A Regular old fashioned county fair. One the children will
enjoy and the older ones talk about,
A fine display of farm products and a first class livestock
exhibit.
Automobile and Motorcycle races, horse races and new
track atunts.
Street sports and amusements with something doing all
the time, ,
Good musio and a good time
R, W, KING
President
J, W. BREWER
Secretary
NEW CROP IS
LUCKY ESCAPE
VISIT
The all year round bar
gain store. Price com
parisons will convince
you. Here are a few of
them. Sug'ar $8,2o per
sack; small white beans
10 lbs. for $1; pink beans
11 lbs. $1; bacon 20c per lb
rice 14 lbs. for $1.
Special rates on bbl. lots of
White River Flour.
Special rates cn fall orders.
Let me figure with you.
LAKE'S CASH STORE
For Honest Values
Wednesday of this week was th
first big day of the season at" the
Hunts Ferry Warehouse, when
about SOQO buhels of grain were
delivered for storage, 25iOO bushels
o,f which being bulk and went
through the elevator into bins.
The crops this rear, while hav
ing looked poor the early part of j
the year, C. H. Orofoot informs
us are unusually good, as well as
bringing good prices.
Those making delivery of bulk
grain to date are, C. H, Crofoot,
F. S. Fleming, Q. W. Mallatt, L.
B. DeCamp; sacked grain, P. J,
Kirach, Tommy Norval, Vard Nor
val, Mrs. Q. A. Ward, Frank
Gabel.
Those employed at the ware
house t present are Willard and
Chas, Cunningham, Van Maad,
Ogden Elwood, R, C, Jory, V, B.
Doty.
Monday seven cart spotted for
the warehouse And are being load
ed this week with last year's grain
bought by Hauser for shipment to
Council Bluffs, Iowa, and Minne
apolis, Minnesota. ,
Wednesday morning while tamp
ing powder, preparatory to setting
oft' a blast on the grade in the
Gate creek canyon above Wamic,
where the road is being widened
and leveled to a passable condition
for a threshing outfit, David May-
field and T. J. Whitcomb, had a
narrow escape of landing where
two Bticks of dynamUe could have
sent them. They escaped more
serious effects of the explosion than
badly lacerated arm and hands
nd burned face for r. Mayfield
and some lesser bruises for Mr.
Whitoouib, Dr. Elwood received
call from them later in the day,
Switch Board Here
The much talked of switchboard
for Maupin is here at last and is
installed in the Maupin prug Store
where it will remain temporarily
It is of sufficient size to accommo
date twenty-six lines connecting
in it and so arranged that several
additional groups of ten lines
could be put in when desired,
Notice to the Public
$6
BUYS
$1000
Field grain Insurance for 8 months
You cannot afford to take the chances against wild
fires, cigarette smokers and thresher engines.
Insurance covers the grain standing, or cut, in stack,
in sack, in bulk, in bin, warehouse or elevator.
MAUPIN STATE BANK
Biggest & Best Line
In view of the published state
ments to the effect that a strike of
train and engine men an all rail
roads in the United States, has
been called for 4 a. m. Pacific Time
September 4th, 1916,
Noticr'is hereby given that if
.said strike in fact takes place una.
voidable delays will probably occur
to passenger and, freight trains,
TheO. W. R. & N. Co. heieby
give notice that effective at once.
it will not receive any freight for
shipment which cannot reach its
destination on regular schedule by
ten o'clock a. m., Saturday, Sept
2nd.
Agents receiving freight which
should reach its destination on reg
ular schedule by the time mention
ed should write or stamp on receipt
or bill of lading the following
Received without liability for loss,
damage or delay by strike."
Notice further is given that pet-
sons who take passage on its trains
after four a. m. Pacific time Sepl
4th, 1916, or who will not in the
ordinary course of transportation
reach their destination before tha
lime may be subject to delay in
transportation by said strike and
that the Oregon-Washington Rail
road aud Navigation Company will
not be responcible for any such
delays which do occur,'
The foregoiug notice is published
for the information and guidance
of our patrons and the public
Cancellation and modification
this notice will be accounced
conditions warrent.
R.B. BELL, Ageut
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School Supplies
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SHATTUCKS
Also School Shoes,
Dresses, Hats and Caps
for the little ones
5HATTUCK BROS.
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CENTAL STORAGE
Flour, Feed, Salt and Supplies
agents fo (err Gjfford & Go,
Phoenix Assurance Co., London
Hunts Ferry Warehouso Go.
J. S. Fraley and family
Maupin visitors yesterday.
wero
Go to Taloott'i for cqnftotionsry
and ioe ersam.
of
Our school boord have signed
contract with Arthur Bonney as
teacher.
Supervisor Miller has been doing
a little work on the roads this
week, getting them ready for wheat
hauling.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J.O.
Winifree on Saturday the 26th, a
girl.
C. E. Tunisoo has goue to Port
land to accept a position with the
Jones Lumber Co.
John feiugr is having a well
drilled on his place. Henry Hol
Und is doing the Work.
At last reiKjrt J. O. Wiuilree's
boy who has the typhoid fever was
a little better.
Kerne and Nile Tunison who
have been helping Karl in haying
returned to Flanagan Sunday.
Wapinitia Items
Slight change in the weather the
last few days, mercury 95 to 98 in
the shade,
B. L. Foreman made a business
trip to Maupin Monday morning.
All who can get away are at the
mountains, and the rest are plan
ning on going soon. Rev. Staines
and family returned home Satur
day, reporting a fine trip and ftBh-
ng good, Mrs, Mary Pechett,
Mrs, Pierce and Mvs, G. E, Wood
left Saturday for a 10 day's stay
at the Summit house. Mr. and
Mrs. N. W. Flinn and ions leave
for there Wednesday.
N, W. Flinn and family return
ed Sunday from a trip across the
Indian Reservation and Madras
country.Crops are excellent on the
asencv and several combine har
vesters are running, but no thresh
ing yet. It is Bitrely g productive
territory. One can travel twelve
miles across country and see noth
ing but solid wheat fields which
will yield about 80 bushels to the
acre. Thtro in the last few weeks
27 new cars have been purchased,
John Evick, an old time resident
of this place, was among those
purchasing last week.
Some . Indians came out Monday
with the first ripe huckleberrieB of
the season, They are ripe only in
the open ground, those in the tim
ber being green yet,
Ira Flinn and family, Guy Dor
ethy and G. N. Flinn came from
the Dalles Saturday, gaing to the
mountains Sunday. .
Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Tapp made
a trip to Dufur Monday in their
car to make the neocsiary arrange
ments for pvobert, Vincent and
Winnie to attend high school there
the coming term.
Oliver Shields of Silvertn, here
formerly, visited friends Sunday,
haying crossed the mountains on
his wheel.
Mr. Scott and family from the
Valley visited thellartman family
last week. Sunday, they with
Mr. and Mrs. E. M Lincoln, Mr.
and Mrs. E. A. and Crystal motor
d out to Warm Springs and spent
the day swimming and fishing.
The Scott were former residents
of Tygh Valley.
Dr. Miller and two other men
came out from Clackamas Lake
Tuesday after supplies. He is
planning on erecting a large Sana
torium at his home there.
9 MB-ES of smooth, firm sandy beach
6W alotiipg gradHaily oceanwaid more
than a score of interesting beach hamlets
inviting you to roal rest and the Simple
life-thatNMTHBttCH.
NOT DIFFERENT BETTER!
W 1 t 1 .ii t . M
wore Deacn Dener Deacn; an endless
variety of things to do and places to go;
quaint and restful resorts; a pleasant
boat trip to get there.
Ranched only via ih
0-W.R.R.&N. STEALERS
T. J. POTTER - HASSALO HARVEST QUEEN
Fan!. resrrvaHotu, beach folder mi full ttiflwmrttion
' upon application to local 0-W.R.R.&N.Atiint,asthi
General Passenger Agent. Portland
FISCHER
the FOES) mam
Is also agent for the follow
ing Popular Cars:
STUDEEAKEE ,
DODGE
iUICK
Let him tell you about terms
"When the Harvest
Days Are Over"
G. L. Harphan and family ar
moving into their Fifth street rest
denct today.
ST
You'll be planning a
new HOME or barn, may
be a silo or milkhmlie-
perhaps your district needs
new school, or town new church
Let our Architect! make your p1ani-
to suit your ideals and your pocketbook.
"See Peter Kilburg about it"
At the Home of
"Tum-A-Lumber"
(A buy word for good lumber) l