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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 24, 1917)
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VOL. 3, NO. 46
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, 1917
THE YEAR $1.50
E. ML Hill and family motored
to Wannc'Sunday, their daughter
tois securing a school for the coin
ing term p the Woodcock district
This is the 'moat successful motor,
trip Mr,'. (Hill has made since learn
ing to dfire his0erland, and be
carae black with a smile.
There; '.was, great excitement in
this place Monday evening when a
telephone message --as received
stating that the Moody ranch was
oror-fire.' , Streams of automobiles
rushed td the rescue, the business
men closing their stores, and upon
arsiyal found they vere too late
to help, the fire having been put
under control befoVe their arrival.
George Jenkins who has been
employed on the new elevator at
this' piace, while putting on rustic
went to step around a corner of
the staging on the inside of the
building and took hold of a 2s4
that was not .nailed securely and
89 he put his weight on it, it let
loose letting him drop 'to the bot
tom of the building, a distance of
85 feet, striking on his head, He
was given ' medical attention at
once, but of no a?ail, life ceasing
in an hour and a half, He was
uiueteen years old and leaves a
mothsr and sister who vere de
pending" on him for their support.
Why take a bath in a wash tub
when you can get a real bath at
Styer's barber shop in the post;
office building, Maupin.
J. E. Kennedy was a
visitor to SUera Monday.
Merlon Duncau returned Mon
day from a few days' stay in Port
land. . L?n Wilson of Maupin, and two
traveling men were guests at the
Swift bouse Tuesday nigbt.
jiiam'ie Hinton of.Bakeoven was
here Tuesday to get harvest hands
Achers and Henry Falmateer ac
companied him. Jim Lake who
was visithig his sister Mrs. Francis
Ward here, returned with Mr.
Hinton on his return as
F. E, Spoor of Smock was here
Mrs. Lueila Johnson arrived a
.veek ago Sunday from Toppenish.
Mrs. Pearl Harvey and Mrs.
Lena Woodcock were called to
Hood'River Tuesday by the death
of their brother, Howard Izenberg
Mrs. Woodcock returned home
Sunday, Mr. Woodcock met her
Albert Hill and family of
Smock were in town Friday.
J . Woodcock went to P.nt
hnd Tuesday bi inging Mrs. Wood
cock, Mrs, Ethel Duncan and 1,1 1 ;
Gertrude Driver home, they hav
ing spent tho past month' there
Mrs, Woodcock is so much im
proved as to be able to take daily
rides in her car.
Mrs. A. J. Swift and three chil
dren arrived Friday, conrnj; from
Antelope by way of The Dalles,
Batter and Eggs in any quantity
Highest prices paid for each
11 . f L i.
a small amount or eacn w
market. Take home a big load
where they spent a week with her and fam
father's family. Thcv returned acros the
to Antelope today, Monday, Mr.
Swift having come for them. lie
was accompanied by Chas. Smith.
The company threshers are at
the A. M. Fatison piace today.
J. H. Eubanks went to The
Dalles Tuesday, taking his sen
Floyd and Floyd Johnson who
passed the draft examination.
Mrs. Georgia Nurvel and Yard
Norvel went to The Dalles Tues
day. Mr. Norvel was examined
for the array, but failed on ac
count of a bad foot.
Carl Pratt, l)i3 mother Mrs.
Mary Pratt, and aunt Mr3. Annie
Gilmore made a trip to The Dalles
Wednesday. Mr. Pratt took the
draft examination and was passed.
Mrs. Gilmore went on toCressweil
after a si weeks' tay with rela
tives. Mr. Pratt and Lis mother,'
returned home Friday.
A heavy west wind accompanpa
nied by huge sweeps of dust bkw
here late Friday afternoon. The
temperature reached 97 remaining
at that point for eeyeial days.
The Driyer thresher has just
finished at the Willis Driver place
The grain is tinning out very well
A family reunion was held at
the A. J Swift home Sunday a
result of the ereater nurnr.er
children and grandchildren bung
Miss Lois Hill of Dufur passed
through here Sunday, going to the
Pine Grove district wber she will
Eul Crabtree of Juniper Flat
was here yesterday..
W. E. Woodcock and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Duncan and
Charley Duncan and family vventi
to the mouniains today.
Ed Chandler received a telcgrm
from Toppenish, Yn , that he had
been drafted at that place. He
will go to 'lbs Dalles tomorrow tn
make arrangements for examina
tion. Mrs. Ycva 'Driver has been
a guest at the J. E. Kennedy heme
the past week will return to The
Mrs. Laura Kennedy fell and
slipped her knee cap while in the
woods a week ago. She will go to
The Dalles tomorrow for medical
Mrs. Nettie Miller who is at the
horns 0 5 her sou, Don ulillsr, is
not improving much.
u- a tri
mountains, to visit at
Dallas, Portland, and other points j
md return by way of The Dalles.
S. II. Mulvany and sons motor-!
e 1 to The Dalles Friday for re-' and a practise that seemed entirely j
pairs for their pumping engine to cumbersome for one man
vhich furnishes water for the mil! ; superintend, and having a b;
P. 0. Examination
n . , . , , , I Hie I1 uited blafes Civil Service
Dr. I'Jwood bavins: developed a I . . .
. ,, ,, . '. i commission has announced an ex
jusiness sn the Muuinn Drus cmre i ... ,,,,,,,
.. .. . ... atninanou to ue netct ar Maunin.
on September 8th, 1917, as a re
i suit of which it is expected to
and their residence.
David May field's youngest son
and Myrtle Mulvany are sharing
Job's troubles boils.
Orrin and Lenard Fallow with
their teams have gone to Sherman
county to work during harvest.
Mrs. Ella .Disbrow and son were
Maupin visiters Friday, Mrs.
Disbrow made final proof on Ik r
homestead. W. II. Mayfkld and
C. R. Doncau were witnesses.
Rev. Larson of G-itew.iy held
service Saturday evening and Sun
day morning and evenio, rturuirig
Monday. J. y. Fnlow taking
him to the train at Maupin. N.
Drus Store in the person I .
Stov.tU who has won the
make certification to fill a vacancy
n the position of fourth-class
i i ,. r. r -
, , , , ,, ,. , ' posunasier at lUHuuiu, vit?K"ii.
".' " "' " .' f " , " V ' i Application blanks and full i;
the patrons of the store tho past' . . .
ments of the examination can be
of the same to Dr.
Dr. nod Mrs. Stovall have been
very busy the past week renovat
ing and rearranging the contents
of shelves a.od showcases, making
room for an increased stock of
g'Vjjs They expect to double or
trbbl? the stock, that has been
E. Vhitcnmb came out Lon e with
secured from the postmaster at tho
place of vacancy or from the U. S.
Civil Service Commission, Wash
ington, D. C,
Applications should be properly
executed and filed with the cem
mission at Washington, I). C. , at
the earliest praclicdble dale.
Miss Felch was a caller Friday
at Leone Courtright's.
a j HgS
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a. v3 U1 C J- J W v a.
EJjar&Bteed to make 306 loaves e
. our Serv.ca
bread to the barrel Mo oilier fours will make hul
270 to 280; therefore at 5c a loaf it is vorth $Lco
per barrel mere
tfcc-.il crainary nzuv.
See us for r.rkes before flour adva
IT V . 7 '! T V
Just in Large
Prices from $1.25to$3.5o
THE STORE Of BETTER SERVICE
A gyron, Mrs. Cathleen Hill
and1 fjrs. fop bam went t.:
Portland Monday in tl.e new
Monday the Misses pyroi.s and
little brother Lester took the train
at Maupin, going to Dallas. Lva
will attend high school thfci'e and
lla teach in one of the schools.
F. E- Sporr, son and v.ife and
Mrs. AleKan.'ier moforen to the
Dalles Tuesdav, the latter eoin?
ou to her home in Portland alter
sttending the bedside of l.tr broth-M
er, I. T. Courtright, the iiat tV-'v.lM
Irs. Minnie Bargenholt shot a
A lolr trur lior from Ti'ifur rmr"
1 l.4rftSte.C-Sii &SJliJb?X
t '" ff" &m.
mie Bargenholt shot a
e snake Friday which T1
in Ler chicken house.
y K & Vj ja M M rl
out to v. m. jmcas
ease the school. The new school
hovise will be complete for the
Mrs. Cathieeu IJ ill motorea to
VVapiatia' Thursday in her r.ewj
Vv'ayr.e fcpoor finished cuttic.;
grain Monday on V.'alter Ledffrds:
ranch. ' 1
O. V. . Barguho!t' thre.-hir.g
machine is busy nowdavs.
! M. j., Fallow and family eutsr
Vviaed Kev. Larson while here.
! TuJay mcrv-iaa 0, R. F! k
unday to ca- i.i,&U.&&JiM&l&
some of the: tmsnc-5 that v.r can do rcr; ycu
BO YOUP MOLAR"; WORK,
SELL YOUR FARM FOR YOU,
RENT YOU A SAFETY DEPOSIT BOX,
y BUY YOUR WHCAT, BARLEY AKD OATS,
TAKE CARE OF YOUR BANKING 'BUSINESS.
DO YOUR UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER W0ff.il.
GIVE US A TRIAL, WE CAN AND WILL MAKE G00T
MAUPIN STATE BANK