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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 3, 1917)
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Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1917
THE YEAR $1.50
VOL 3, NO. 43
J. P. AV.bott was a business vis
itor in town Tuesday,
S. W. Wiggins, of the 0. W.
wag a caller in Maupin Tueidjy.
The smokey Augivt at motlirr
has arrived during the past few
hours and almost obscures the out
lines of the enu and moon.
Mr. and Mrs. M. M, Lung of
Cw-rvaliis stopped Monday nitiht.
with the lattei's Bister, Mrs Geo
Keuding und threshing is pro
gressing in all sections and gram
is turning out much butter than
bad been expected.
Frank McCoikle and Mi-s Celi i
were over from Tygli Mood-iy.
The bills are out for a ssile at thtir
place the 11th. The family will
loave soon in hope? of benefiting
Mrs. McCorkle's health.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert returned
Sunday from Portland. Mr Gil
ber's services were refused in the
army because of hping a married
swimming sjjort i.) D. Woodside's
pools on the Hat.
The water has increased until it
is double that of last week ut fine
The i.fliiiiul regular notices will
be out soon advertising the Har
vest water odebiation.
Wapiuitia Irrigation Co. 7-30 17
Irrigation water has filled the
draws near Webergs place. Mr
Ward has filled his pond and the
water is now put into the waste
way that leads ipto Wapinitja
creek; through J3. foreman's lauc
It is reported to be beyond Wapi
uitia.. All the kiAdies are having
Jue Graham and Mrs. Katie
Amen of this place were married
in The I).illee Sunday' morning at
9 o'clock by Kev. Nathan Evang,
at the Albert hotel. Mr. and Mrs
D. Woodside witnessed the (ere
mor.y. They came out here Sun
day afternoon, ond after treating
the W; pinitia folk to ice cream,
left in their car for Uackanias
lake, where they will make their
headquarturs this summer. Mr..
Cntham is head forester of this
division of the Forest Service.
Mr. and Mis Graham are both
well known and highly respected
in this section and all join in
wishing them well.
( A copy of the last Oregon Blue
book has reached this office from
the Secretary of State and is a
v.'hiable addition to any library.
A copy will be sent anyone upor
application to Ben W- Okott,
Mrs. Win. Ik-ekwith is visitinc
on the east end of the Flat for sev
Batter and Eggs in my quantity
Highest prices paid for each
Earing a small anioim't of each to
market. Take horns a hig load
LAKE'S CASH STORE
At Your Service
Wamic, Ore., July Sl.-f-peciul
to the Chronicle A sudden drop
iu the temperature here Saturday
night brought a light frost.
Dick palmateer and family who
have spent the last year,, in the
Yakima valley in Washington, re
turned home Friday.
Dr, J. L. EI wood of Maupin
was called here fcuntlay to ft-
Alyie Simson, who bus a relapse
of typhoid. Mr. Siuisou is very
ill. The doctor also had a call at
the Marion Burlingame home to
sttend Mrs. Enrlingania who is
threatened with typhoid fever.
Tom Fargher of Dufurand Miss
Gladys White of The Dulles were
guests over night Sunday at the A.
E. Lake home, Miss Hilda Lake
iccmipanied them to The Dalles
Don Miller and Percy Driver
who are employed at the Milt
Morris place on Juniper Flat came
here Saturday night, returning
Sunday. They were accompanied
by Celce Miller, who visited his
mother, Mis. Bettie Palmateer.
Eugene Pratt is among those on
the sick list,
pd Buvlingame and a pary of
fr'e.ids were here fora. The PaUcs
Sunday fishing on Badger,
II. F. Woodcock came here from
The Dalles Sunday.
J. R. Woodcock left Sunday for
Portland tc be with Mis. Wood
cock, who is taking treatment.
Mr. and Mrs. Yard Korvel of
Juniper, Mrs. Bill Prout and
Leone Zumwalt of Huntington,
were guests at the D. A. Campbell
Mrs. I'.jiunie Carter and chil
Iteu who arrived Saturday from
Condon, are guests of her father,
Abe Shad ley.
Mrs. M. Stovve and children
who spent the pastweekwith Mrs.
Mary Beat1, returned to Shsrjuari
Dick Williams and family of
Powells Valley visited friends here
Gabe Stakely was here from
Frank Magill has made improve
ments on his house here, building
a Kitchen, a cement cellar, and
long porches ort the etat and south
fides pf the house.
Isaac Lane of Clackamas visited
his sister, Mrs, M. Heilmer, last
Mrs. Qljie f ubanks came here
from Juniper Flat Saturday and
is a pnest at the John Eubanks
home. Mrs. Enbanks is sufteruig
Henry Mayfield and little son
were in Wamic from Smock today.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Magi
made a vr'P te )berar Sunday,
on account of mysterious inteifcr
ance in the Hood Fiver plant
Harry Brown end Leonard Chas
tain were neighborhood visitors
Miss Ellu Syron passed throuuh
here Tuesday evening enroute to
her home at Smock for vitit before
school commences. She bus been
attending school at Mmmouth.
Meggers Holmes uud Odel Tum-A-Lum
representatives fium Ova. a,
Valley were here Sunday in the
interests cf the company.
Finest Confer mid P hire
Dyer cprang a turprise on their
friends Saturday and were mar
ried at the county seat that even
ing. They were accompanied by
Mrs. Confer .and Mrs. Dyer und
returned homo Sunday morning.
Ernest is a son of J. L. Confer
of Juniper Fiat ami the bride hag
lived with her parents on a home
sload on the eir-t slopo of the De
schutes for a number of years.
The young people are well known
here and popular with their many
friends and nil wish them a joyous
journey through life.
Sunday evening about thirty
young people with tin cans and
bells gathered at the home of the
bride's parents here in Munpin
and amid an inharmonious din,
tendered congratulations, after
which they were invited to par
take of the treats for the occasion.
Thos. Foherity is recovering
from a bad siego of poison oak,
having spent a couple weeks in
Building Time in Years!
No. 492 Four Rooms 22x24 feet -In
1814 it took 480 bushels of wheat to wheat to buy this house
In 1917 it takes 225 bushels of wheat to buy it.
Now is the time to buy lumber 9 you will readily see by
th8 follow-iii? comparisons: .
In 1911 In 1917
50 bushels of wheat would buy 2000 ft. shiplap . 3700 ft.
50 bushels barley would by 1600 ft 2x1 2800ft.
T50 bushels corn would buy . 16,000 shingles '25,000
5 hogs would buy 35 doors and windows 58
If any of your plaus for the future include building in any way, alterations,
remodeling, new building-3 or improvements of any kind we can't make it too
emphatic that you will i;ave money by ordering your materials now.
Many of our customers are having our Architects furnish plans for their new
buildings and buying their material now for fall delivery.
Our large FREE PLAN BOOKS offer many suggestions which can be worked
out into your own individual plans with a guaranteed lumber bill which insures
NO EXTRAS. RETURN MATERIA LEFT AND RECEIVE CREDIT. DON'T
BUILD ANY MEW BUILDING WITHOUT FLANS AND A GUARANTEED
See PETER about it
3 1-4 - 3 1-2
Both 40-48 and
THE STORE OF BETTER SERVICE
Mrs. Lulu Flinn and children
Margaret arid Willed, from V ic-
toria, B. C,, is visiting her slaters,
Meedarr.tn Ferguson, Coberth and;
The Martin & Conley, and the;
Brown andTunison headers are all
in full swing.
The Misses Crystal and Lyle
Cook of Mosier are spending sever
al weeks with their uncle, Jb.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Tumsonj
and sen Nyle and daughter Vera;
spent Sunday at the Tunifon.home!
Mr. and Mrs. Andy McCabe-
spent Sunday at the homa oj Jinv
, Cock , :
Alfred Ferguson who has teei,
on the sick list is improving.
The White River plant which
was ta be shut down for two weeks
for repairs on gate bad to itart
about 4 O'clock Saturday ieorrjit:g
A Safe Place
At Reasonable Prices
PRESCRIPTIONS OUR SPECIALTY
SOME OF TH THINGS THAT WE CAN DO FOR YOU
DO YOUR NOTARY WORK,
SELL YOUR FARM FOR YOU,
RENT YOU A SAFETY DEPOSIT BOX,
BUY YOUR WHEAT, BARLEY AND OATS,
TAKE CARE OF YOUR BANKING BUSINESS.
DO YOUR UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER WORK.
GIVE US A TRIAL, WE CAN AND WILL MAKE GOOD
MAUPIN state: bank