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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 10, 1917)
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL 3, NO. 44
MAUP1N SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1917
THE YEAR $1.50
The irrigation water has flowed
from the upper to the lower end of
the flat and is now flowing into
tbe Deschutes riyer. The com
pany's representatives have divid
ed the flow and now have diverted
half ef the stream toward F. But
ty's, Ira Giuliani's and 'George-
Clay mire'd properties. The gen
eral demand for water is mont
gratifying and encouraging and
the farmers are jubilant.
It is a s i g 1 it for sore eyes and
sour stomachs to see tank wagons
lined up filling their buckets with
the God-given waters of Clear lake
ftnd the perpotual glaciers of the
upper Cascades. Cattle, pigs,
chickens and wild ducks . are i.ll
rejoicing over the flat.
N, G. Heddin, financial repre
sentative of the company, now es
timates that the demand for water
will exceed the supply if the pres
ent spirited interest is continued.
Engineer William Hickey was
hurriedly called to Portland Mon
day, having received a telephone
communication of the death of his
brother at Boring, near Portland.
Chas. Hickey, son of the engineer,
will take charge of the crew while
his father is away. '
Mr. Staats and family, Mr.
Slusher and wife were among the
great number of auto parties tliat
visited the irrigation works Sun
Mr. Brunei- butchered and ped
dled out another fine beef Monday.
Say, did the small boys chari
vari Mr. and Mrs. Joo Gra-
li'iii!? No, t!i"y 'were so busy
swimming in 1). W"d:'idu's pools
that they lowed the i:niple treats
that Joe paid for.
The Wapinitia Irrigation Co,
has doubled decked tbe Miller
All fanners and ni'Telmntn and
others interested fn the Harvent
celebration are' requested to meet
at the home of I). Woodfdde at
Wapinitia on .Saturday nigh',
August 11. to (li )eu:-s ways at d
moans lur the cKiuiiralion. Tie
exact limp, place, plan and extent
of lie; ''blow-out" will be the
topic for iiM".i;vifm,
I,el- all join in pulling Wapi
nitia Plains really on tho map.
home to remain a while,
Mr. and Mrs. P. I,. Foreman
were transacting business in The
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Holland
-and Jsc-Wie Holland from The
Dalles were visiting relatives l.ce
Mr. O'llrien's thresher was
broke down from Friday evening
till Tuesday morninjr, having to
wait for repairs from Portland.
Dr.' 131 wood of Maupin was call
ed Monday to see Mrs, Will M.ij
nard, who has not been well for
sometime and is now suffering
with n ruptured blood ve.-eeHu
Mr. and Mrs. David Sharpe
Dalles Tuesday for a :,!... rt
with home folks. Mr. Gable is
very much improved in health but
still continues treatment. at 'Hip
Mr. and Mrs. Joo Graham cam."
out from Clackamas Lake Tues
Mr. Eovler left here. ViVdiielay
for The Dalles to brirg mil the
rstt of their goods.
T ..4 ' 11.,. 1 , r l . ! 1 -.t .. 1 . ...... .
i,v.i r iaiiiijici iriis in iiio biu iinu viyuo rnrm icri Saturday lor
to sit up and take noTii'e of n r ' Eight Mile in Morrow county
day. "Cnino in, the water'd line."
and family wl.-o
is jiaslor for the
l'.e. l'evi T
church here arrived' from The
Dalles Saturday and held services
Sunday, Mr. lievier speaking at
11 o'clock and Mrs. l'cvier at 8 p.
m. A number or men met at tlie
parsonuce Monday and put in tile
windows uuJ fixed the buiUing so
that it could be occupied.
Mr, ami Mrs, Pay Tunison of
White Riyer spent Sunday at the
W. O. Wilson home.
Mrs. I.ela, Driver and son of
where they expect to harvest
Celiu Fliun was a visitor at the
llrittain home in Wamie Sunday,
and in company with Chester and
Hazel liriltaiu made a trip to
Grass Valley in their Overland.
.Sidney Wilson and Ira Flinn,
whose names weie drawn - in the
draft went to The Dalles Tuesday
to take the examination.
The Velio agont of Arlington
and Lenard Wilson who is em
ployed there were in our commun
ity over Sunday. Mr. Wilson was
visiting homo folks
Mrs. Hedin, mothtr of IS'. G,
lLdin, who has been visiting heie
at the home of her son, returned
Miss Mary West
ilin her sister, ML;
, Curd cf Thank
u i) wiso to thank our old
Inends 'and neighbors of Waseo
county who were so kind as to
help us in our time of sorrow and
Mr. and .Mrs. F. H. Chaslain,
'' Westfall, Ore.
- - .
. M r. aod Mrs. Chas, IloiVtetter
of bend who have been touring
She Mate stopped ycnterday for a
ivp:;;r on their machine and were
icsday and is vis-jOurijieninl j.(iu'ls at this of Bee, Mr.
l.ylia West- Ho
'i''f''!ter Ketliiig over half the
for tho paper this week.
Andrew and Earl "Cunningham,
went to Hepin-r last Friday.
Altu Ilutehins of Banks is visit
ing Miss Christine Dyer.
Johnio Chnstain came in Tues
day from Westfall, Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. Flanagan moved
into appartmcnts in the Donald
son building Monday.
A tree fell on a young man at
Clackamas Lake Friday. Dr, El
wood was called and found liim
badly brni.-ed, injured in tho head
The McCorkle Eros, had quite
a fire nt their threshing machine
I Monday afternoon. A small fire
11 A !ilT?:n,
Butter and Eggs m any qt&&
Highest prices paid for each
Bring a small am Hint of eacli to
market. Take Lose a
maupin, spent, several days liere;t0 Portland Saturdav
last week visiting tier parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Lu Woodsidc and
other relatives. Her brother,
Pi.1,,1, '..,l..:.i., .,...,. ;. .i ..
' 1 .was discovered under t!io de:nck
table, which they succeeded in
putting out, or thought was out,
and went on to work, but in a
few minutes it broke'onThgain in
several places. The derrick table
and wagon, a derrick fork, some
cables and rope ami about - 150
bushel of grain were burned, and
it was by hard work, they suc
ceeded in saving the separator, as
a hard west wind was blowing.
The veterinary of Maupin wr.s
called Saturday to the home of
Mr. Osborne to tee, a row which
was crazy. The disease was pro
nounced rabies, from which she
died Sunday. This is the second
cow in this vicinity th die from it.
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No- 402 Four Rooms 22x24 feet
In 1011 it lock ISO bi'sliclsof wheat to, wheat to buy tliia hottsu
In 1217 it takes 225 bushels of wheat to buy it.
LAKE'S CASH STORE
At Your Scrvlca
No r is the timo to buy lumber a3 you will readily gee. by
the fo!!owii);r eompnriKfins:
; In 1914 ln 1917
50 bushels of wheat wonhl buy 2000 ft. shiphip "700 ft.
r,Q bi:s:;c!s hirlcy would by ' 1C00 ft 2x4 2(J00ft.
GO btwho'.s com would buy i lfi,000 sliing-lea 25,000
5 lins wotild buy 35 doors and windows 58
If any of your pi;
remodeling, new bnildi
emphoiic that yon will ;
Many of our cuKtcrr.ors
buildings iind hu.vi th:.ir m-
3 fui' the, future include building- in any way, alterations,
3 or improvement?) of any kind we can't moke it too
?. tni-ney by ordering your m-itoials now.
re bavin;? our Architects furnish plans for their new
'rial now for fall delivery.
ko oher many suggestions which can be worked
i'Ai A VS J
Now in tStocK
3 3 1-4 - 3 1-2
Both 40-48 and
THE STORE OF BETTER SERVICE
u. i.. w alters lost one a lew Hays
a ;o, J. P. Abbott ban lost sev
eral more head of hogs lately.
The Endersby thresher Btarted
John I.ewis ifi the proud posses
sor of a fine Chalmers car, wbiih
he purchased Monday from the
Lincoln Ifartnian left Saturday
fur a few days stay in The Dalles
jto have soma dental work done
A. Kr.viek was a visitor at
I The Dalles 'Friday, returning Sat
I Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Ilartman jy
i were visiting at Maupin tsundiiy.
Doris Kelly, of Maunin, is via
jiiiti at the home of he.raunt, Mrw.lfvj
! Minnie Ifartnian, thiH week.
Clinton Knopf and family Ieftir'
'here last week for Portland, where
i Mr. Knopf has secured cntyloy L,
in nt in the shipyards.
I 0 1;. Doyle made a trip to Mau-
' pin Tuesday. jk.
Fiesl Covey, manager of tbfljjn
I Hunt's Ferry warehouse at Mau- j R3
p ii, is ppetuli ng his vacation this
jweek at the home of Mr. ami Mrs.
J. ft. Brown, of this place,
i The. water is stilt running in
Wapinitia creek and the holts are;
all filled up, from two to sixteen
boys could be eeen Holiday in!
'swimming in the VVo"ddde Dip I
' I'red Deleo came out from the ;
mountains Tuesday where he ia !
helping care for J. P. Abbott's1
G. K. Wood purchased a r.c-w
wng'n of E. A. Hartman Monday.'
Our b:re F.UEH PLAN .() :S offer
out into your over, individu.-.i plans with a guaranteed lumber bill which insures
NO EXTRAS. KNTUUN AlilKiA LEFT AND RECEIVE CREDIT. DON'T
BUILD ANY NEW IuilLDJNO WITnOUT PLANS AND A GUARANTEED
;ee mala aost ii
um Lumber Co.
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PRESCRIPTIONS OUR SPECIALTY
SOME CF THE Tii.'NGS THAT WE CAN DO FOR YOU
DO VOL'R .NOTARY' VVOJ4K, , '
SELL YOUR FARM FOR YOU,
RENT YOU A SAFETY DEPOSIT ROX,
BUY YOUR VHEAT, BARLEY AND OATS,
TAKE CARS OF YOUR BANKING BUSINESS
DO YOUR UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER WORK.
GIVE US A TRIAL, WE CAN AND WILL MAKE GOOD
MAUPIN STATE BANK
Frank Gable came out from The