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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 15, 1916)
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL 2, NO. 49
MAUPIN, SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15,1916
THE YEAR $1.50
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TheState Commerce Commission
Jiai issued circulars " requesting
.shippers of carload freight to load
ttnd unload oars promptly on ac
oount of heavy movement' of grain
dud lumber. Cars are very much
jn demand and railway companies
are unable to furnish a sufficient
A dog enraged with porcupine
quills caused considerable dis
turbance Tuesday night on the
east side of the river. The animal
Auto Passenger Service Auto Delivery Truck
Prepared for Long Trips or Outing Parties
A Complete Line of Automobile Accessories
that big' credit ex
pense. Pay cash, get
more, and pay less.
flurry people, join those
who are getting' big, hon
est, dollar, values. Your
dollar is just as good as
any body's, if not, make
it be at
LAKE'S CASH STORE
$6 BUYS $1000
Field grain Insurance for 3 months
You eannot afford to take the chances against wild
fires, cigarette smokers and thresher engines.
Insurance eovers the grain standing, or cut, in stack,
in sack, in bulk, in bin, warehouse or elevator.
MAUPIN STATE BANK
Biggest & Best Line
Also School Shoes,
Dresses, Hats and Caps
for the little ones
Quincy Morrow was in from
Magazines and periodicals new
each month at Talcott'B. .
The Delco family and 8. R. Kay
go to the mountains soon.
Wallaoe Fargher was a Monday
business visitor in the county seat.
G. K. Ellis returned home Sat
day from campmeeting in The
Miss Emerson is in the ice cream
parlor again after several days'
George Magill shipped his thresh
ing outfit to Madras Monday,
where he expects a 30 day run.
Mr. Davis died yesterday after
noon at the home of his son, Bert
Davis, of Bakeoven.
F. A. Covey has so far recovered
from an attack of typhoid as to be
out again. The nurse returned
E. A. Ma.vhew and family and
Miss Naomi Smith returned from
the mountains a few days ago.
Mrs. N. Williams and daughter
Mrs. H. D. Hollis returned Mon
day after a week's visit with
relatives in Portland.
The warehiuser elevator building
is being painted; the "job is well
underway, the first coat having
Most of the maupin people are
in attendance attneTygh fair this
wtiek, except a few who are unable
to leave business duties. '
Dr. Stovall has purchased a
handsome little Cheverlet car
which is attracting much admira
tion. - - .
Miss lea Derthick returned the
latter part of last week after
spending a few days with friends in
Art Fargher and Miss Thrall
motored to The Dalles Saturday,
the latter remaining to take charge
of a school near there.
Mrs. M. E, Morrison of The
Dalles has spent the past week in
Maupin the guest ot her son V. L.
O, M. Fraley of Tygh is leaving
his present location and preparing
to move after the fair to Gr8s
Valley to take charge of a shop
there. It is not known who will
take his place.
A fresh essortment' of candies
just in this week largest ship
ment yet received in Maupin, at
Shattuck Bros, are moving theil
machine shed to the west side of
their store building where it will
be rebuilt on a good foundation
which has alyaady been prepared.
Henry Holland will move his
drill to the Criterion school house,
where he will drill' a well for the
The little child of Mr. and V&n.
ikidy Vndetta who has been iH
with typhoid fever the past two
weeks, was moved to Wasco Tues
day. Henry Holland has found it nec
essary to haye a car in his Well
drilling business and has purch
ased the Ford of Bates Shattuck.
S, L. Wiggfns, T. F. & P. A. on
this branch of the G. W. R. &N.,
having taken A. C. Egan's place,
was a pleasant caller in Maupin
Wednesday. Mr. Egan has been
to Idaho- with an advance in salary
Ben Fraley the blacksmith of
Maupin almost lost a finger last
3'iturd'ay while rolling some tires.
His hand slipped and the right
second finger was caught in the
roll ane almost torn off. He has
b'jen unable to do much
this week except oversee bis hired
help in the shop, but is getting
'along fine and will be able to fill
bis old place again shortly. The
shop is very busy and the rush of
work is now on. Mr. Fraley says
be is having the best season in his
shop of any since his basinet in
G. E, McDonald, conference
superintendent of the United Breth
em cliurch will hold quarterly
conference Sunday, September 24,
preaching morning and evening.
School begins the 18th with Miss
lea Derthick teacher of primary
department, and M. H. Staines
Earl Mason left this week for
Oregon City to attend high school
Leonard Wilson, returned last
Wednesday. After spending the
week end at home, he left Sunday
for Warm Springs to to take up
work iu the government telephone
Harold was at The Dalles Tues
day. Robert, Vincent and Miss Win
nie Tapp will start to school at
Dufur next week.'
Sidney, Donald, Miss Ruby and
Mrs. Wilson motored to The
Dalles Tuesday completing arrange
meats for Ruby to attend high
school. We will greatly miss our
young people who leave for school
yet are glad to see them preparing
for future work.
Everybody is off for the Tygh
fair this week. B- V. Tapp is run
ning his swing; Hartman has a
stand and Mr. Sears a lunch counter.
SIXTH ANNUAL WASCO
GO. 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 clasa livestock
Automobile and Motorcycle races, horse races and new
track stunts. ?
Street sports and amusements with something doing all
Good music and a good time
R. W. KING
J. W. BREWER
The crew at the warehouse are"erain arrivioar dailv.
very busy now receiving and stor-f Levi Dyer is visiting relatives
ing the immense quantities of south of Maupin,
Orrion Farlow returned home
Sunday after several weeks har
vesting near Kent, and will take
up ninth grade studies.
-C, ..H. Yockey took a load of
fruit and produoe to the Tygh fair
grounds Tuesday. Miss Lillian
has a fine display of garden truck.
J. W. Farlow and sons motor d
to The Dalles Tuesday.
The infant daughter of Mr. and
MrB. J. W. Farlow . was buried
Thursday in the , Four Corners
C, A, Bargainholt, Walter Led
ford and Callie Duncan cams horns
from Sherman county Saturday
N. E. Whieomb went Monday
to Sherman county.
Wayne Spoor came home Satur
day from Bakeoven for a couplt
men. Help is short there for har
vest. Edward Disbrow returned
with him and will drive derick.
The Driver and Bargainholt
threshers have completed work in
tli is section and put under shed.
Cbas, Ross and wife Visiter Mrs.
Ross' parents at friend Sunday,
T. J. Whitcomb is working on
F. E. Spoor's new residence.
S. H. Mulvaney and family re
turned feunday evening from a trip
m the Willamette Valley. Miss
Olive" Howard,' a niice,. accompa
nied them home.
T,E. Farlow and D.-W. Oglesby
were Wapinitia bmuness visitors
E. V. Parrish and Miss Lou
Jones were Sunday visitors at C.
S. McCorkle's. Mrs. McCorkle
recently returned from a visit with
her father,-D'. A. Wilson of Saw-
The leading topic, going to the
fair; Smock will be quite deserted
during the three day fair at Tygh
T.- E. Farlow and Jno: Gorden
were Wamic business visitors Friday.
F. G. Butlor of Tygh was in
Maupin- Monday last and got the
last of his printing for the fair.
Mr. Bntler stated that all the ar
rangements for the fair were com
pleted and the grounds in proper
shape; the prizes given would be
many; the dancing floor in proper
shape and the Manpin band to
furnish music for the dancing and
the Wapinitia band music for the
Flour, Feed, Sal! and Supplies
agents for Kerr Gifford & Go.
Phoenix Assurance Go., London
Hunts Ferry Warehouse Go.
SCHOOL DAY NEEDS
Guaranteed 10 years Latest improvement
in blackboards costs leas, and is better board
Moulding 'for Blackboard
A New Exhibit Board Flower Boxes-Manual Train
ing Benches-ADorrjesti; Science Tables--
Shelves for Library of CdA Kctrss
A New Door or" Wiffdow
Playground Aprmrttitf a$(l-W, $22.El0, and $42.50
buys all lumber, m'illwork and cement for three
different designs, including teeter boards, swinging
ladders, swings, rings,' climbing ladder, and ro"pe,
sliding rods, horiotitar bar, giant stride, basketball
apparatus, playground slides,-
New Teachers cottageS-now being built by many
districts. Drop in and Sfiff plans.
New School or Addition to old building-our Archi
tects will help;
"See Peter Kilburg about it"
TUM-A-LUM LUMBER CO
the FOIP man
Is also agent for the follow
ing Popular Cars:
Let kirn tefl you about terms