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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 5, 1917)
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL 3, NO. 52
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 5, 1917
THE YEAR $1.50
SENT IN BY OUR
F, C. Butler started across the
mountains Monday morning for
Corvallis. Mrs. Butler is visiting
friends in The Dalloe.
A number from here attended
the dance at Maupin Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Woodiuff
started Sunday for Chicago.
K. L. Hauser returned Sunday
morning flfter a week's business
trip to the metropolis.
Dr. Shannon, C.J. Van Duyn
aud Miss Stakely returned to
Tygh Sunday afternoon with F.
Clara Hauser and Louise Mor
gensen returned the first of the
week from the boys' aud girls'
camp at the State Fair, the lutter
coming by way of Maupin.
Arthur Mace, and Eldridge Anil
ley returned from the Willamette
Valley last week.
Ernest Webb attended the State
Pair at Salem last wof-k.
While hauling lumber from Far
ther last' Thursday W. C. Lucoie
lr:ike his b-g.
Mies Amy Squires is visiting
lu r mother, Mm. Dueling.
Miss Elton of The Dalles is
teaching the White River bcUooI.
Mrs. Muller underwent an oper
ation at The Dalles Tuesday.
Alfred Brow is attending high
school at Tygh. .
Mrs. Hess and Mrs. Laferty re
turned from The Dalles Monday
Null Conley is visiting in the
Wamic country this week.
Will Head and Alfred Ferguson
are hauling wood.
For sale at this office, a number
of second hand school books.
Men's $3, $3.5o, $4.00.
Fall Hats - Brand New
Your choice for a
limited time at only
An offer you can't pass up. Come
early while the assortment is big.
LAKE'S CASH STORE
At Your Service
Meals can be had at anytime
according to prices, 25, 35. 5o
" Beds 5oc and Sl.oo
Owing' to Careful and
Judicious buying you
will find our stock ex
ceptionally large and
complete this fall, and
we are prepared to offer
our Fall and Winter
trade with lines of ex
Store cf Better Service
Testament Day" being observ
ed all over I he state for the Oregon
soldisrs, will bo observed Sunday;
October 7th, 10:15 a. m. following
a short school session at Pine
Grove school hou? An appropri
ate patriotic program" will be ren
dered.' Pino Grove bears the repu
tation for full attendance ut all
social aim patriotic gHinennps bo
a packed house is expected. Some
new talent recently obtainable at
Pine Grove will add to the music
features of the program. All peo
ples of Wnpinitia Plains welcome.
Commercial Club of Wapinitia
Plains to reorganize Saturday,
October Gth, at 8 p. m. at Evick's
hall. All the old members of the
club as well as all applicants to
this new vigorous club are notified
to be present, ' A special invita
tion is extended to members of the
Cattle Growers' Ass'n., the Fores
try Service, Farmers' Union, pros
pective water users of Wapinitia
Plains. An interesting program
will bo given. Piemember it's
Saturday night of the 6th.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Graham and
Mrs. D. Wright came out to Wapi
nitia Monday for a flying trip,
Roads reported rough. Fire dan
ger about over in mountains, Mr.
J. L. Hartman reported he was
forced to decline an attractive
lumber contract recently due to
the scarcity of labor, Why does
the labor force of 'Wapinitia Plains
be drawn into the army and navy
and no credit be given for. a large
part of the recruits. Does Port
land pet credit for outside men
because tbey take final examina
tion tlieie? Is Portland exempt
or that reason today while we
still are called upon for men?
What about the road work this
fall? Whose - to 'do the work,
wnere the man for supervisor?
Extension work began Monday
morning on Wapinitia Irrigation
Co.'s canal. The dirt is very dry,
but progress is good. Any of the
adjoining land owners or farmers
who are interested in working out
some interest or buying water
should see N. G. Hedin while the
work is going on near their neigh
borhood. , Engineer H.N. Dodge
bas computed the capacity of the
first reservoir in McCubbin's Gulch
and s.t the survey stakes for the
flood line of said dam. Some 209
000,000 gallons may' be empound
ed with a 35 foot dam.
Several bears have been seen
skating the Flat for acorns.. Six
were treed in one day - on the
Hunter place. .
Mr. Mower, the new Pine Grove
teacher is a band instructor, so it
has been reported. Get together
;aml polish up the brass so that we
may have some music this winter.
David and Iva Sharp and Clyde
Fiin u returned from the harvest
fiields this week.
Engineer Wm. llickey and sons
Charles and P.av who have been
working this summer for the ditel
company have eone to Portland
for the winter.
The Driver sale was attended by
several Pine Grove folks. Good
sale and good time reported. The
Ditch Co. bought Mr. Driver's in
terest in the lelephose line with
central at Tygh.
Welby A. Dane who ia ill at
Maupin is missed by all his friends
and a speedy recovery is hoped for
Mr. and Mr?. Dee Woodeide re
turned home after spending a few
days over the mountains up and ;
down the Willamette Valley.
Lewis Walter's deep well is pro
gressing unusually slow. Very
hirj stone is making progress al
Tli J- P. Abbott is reported a lilt'e
Rev, McDonald of Portland, Urn
United Brcthcrn field organizer,
lecturer, preacher, humorist, who
delighted the packed liou-e at Pine
Grove last Easter is ainiounct-d for
that place Sunday, October 7th, at
3 o'clock. An Irishman in action
against the hosts of evil is good to
see and hear. You are invited to
better. He has been ill a lone
John West, Ben Foreman and
Ernest Hartman were drawn on
The Dulles jury list.
Excuses for 'absence and tardi
ness fur tli present school inimlh
should be' prnp'rly signed and in
the hands of the teacher not later
than 1:00 A. Mi, Thursday, Oct
Wailkk Kili.occ, Prix.
NEWS ITEMS OF
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Morris
returned from Pendleton Friday
and were greeted that niyht at the
M, M Morris residence by a num
ber of their friends in the form of
a charivari party,
.Car for sale, nearly new Saxon
Six, $775.00. Shattupk Bros.
especially since ws tire eo fortunate an to
ba one of a thousand communities whera
housewives cau alway3 gt I'Lavo FLour,
Over $100,000.00 is being; spent to tell users
cf its many far-superior merits. Hundred ol!
cities find towns cannot get this better floiir
yet. This is fortunate in being oao community
where FLavo FLour is mado.
Try FLavo FLour
Jf v W SnrU Certified
Evcrvone U fiomnndnir? better, n.iro v:!inksn:t: brf. Tloroh t:? flour thut
pives you all this and re;il flavor. lr mawos ytn want more. Fur brsnd marlo
with FLnvo FLour i:s insist, fl.ivor., so gotvt. Hot dry u-A tasteless .
h Lavo is a Naturc-tl.ivonri Ouur. it cmUfH tiu entire foci v1nis of tho
wheut bsiry. ,lt id ctvamy tvhif , tbn purc .t tlour tliat t:m bo nide. TLo osscu
tiui Hrotmiiic oiis f the vfh",ui; whorvkilir tho fluvnr nro not milled out of it.
All Ammettn rinrvui Mi'l predicts ore initi-'-fu-.l iv: Oerti.d pure and up to
hip host frtortdsid ov.:ry flirty clnyn. Kvt'ry s-n.k of FLavo FLour iu ccrtiliai.
A.-U for this Natiirt1 -uavorcd ilour a:: J yen v. ii i. cut tn'jrj Lr'jud bread with (lie
highest food Value.
Order Fhzwo FLrnT Tadav
Member of Comrounily Mr.rv.l Mi!'.c? ,. MaUpl!?! Ol'CgOtl
A ftre occured in tho Kelly hotel
shortly after midnight Tuesday
whi'h probably would have result
ed disastriot.ly for the structure
aud many of the occupants had
not J. A. Lake come iu from work
on his store books, just at the op
portune moment to find the house
full of smoke and awaken the
The fire started from a defect in
the asbestos padding of the ex
haust pipe of the Delco lighting
system which is located in the
wall between the bathroom and
that occupied by Mr, ani Mrs.
Kelly. The wall was burned
through and a bureau aeainst it
damaged. The damage by the
fire itself and cutting out a portion
of the wall is estimated at about
&IIere We Are
A Few of the Many rW
. Bargains Found at the SfS
25c Talcum Powder 10 and 15c
25c Tooth Powder 10c
25c Vaseline 10c
25c Scrub Brushes 10 and 15c
25c Cathartic Pilia . 15c
2Gc Camel's-Hair Brushes ' ' 10c
50c Shears 25c
Call in and See for Yourself
A SAFE PLACE To TRADE.
0. W. Vandcrpool
All Kinds of Autosnolile
First Class Mechanics
Gasoline and Oils
Fire Proof Phone
Portland Painless Dentist, 305
Socond St,, Tho Dalles, Ore. Port
land prices. Phone Main 3831.
The following changes will be
in effect on the O. T. railway Sat-in-day,
October (3: No. 108 will
leave Bend at 8 p. ui. instead of 9, .
Maupin 1 a. ni. instead of 1:80,
the arriving time at Fallbrirtge
being 4 a. m. as at present, The
schedule for the tip traiu remains
The crops were supposed gener
ally to be very short this year but
sufficient grain has co ne in that !
Hunts Ferry elevator has been
filled for some lime, hmviivor, tho
matter of prices having been set
tled in Portland, made it possible
for people to sell and consign
ments are being mndo which is
making room again in the elevator
for all varieties of graiu,
The dance at Shattuck's hall
Saturday evening was a perfect
success in every way. The new .
hardwood floor was wonderful and
cannot be surpassed. The decora
tions were very nifty, arranged by
Bates Shattuck to fit the occasion.
Excellent music by the Vander
pool orchestra. A large crowd en
joyed lhcm:clve to the fullest
extent, only strangers had a hard
Vaudcrpool ! time owing to the lack of intro
ductions. A Stranger,
The Maupin warehouse and ele
vator was accepted by the farmers
Monday night after deliberating
Acce5SOI'ie3ial ft meetl"? bui 111 tue Kelly
hotul until 'i o'clock. U a.
Kelly, L, 1). Woodaido and Peter
Kilburg represented tho farmers
and Jas. Adam", superintendent
of tho work, and the engineer for
the company -represented the Bur
ril Construction company.
For sale, two good Jereey milk
cows, inquire ILL. Morris, Maupin
Cars for Hire
LEAVE YO'JK ORDER FOR THE NEW FORD
SOME OF TIIZ 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
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