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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1917)
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL 3, NO. 52
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBEfl9I7
THE YEAR $1.50
SENT IN BY OUR
Rev. G. E. McDonald delivered
the sermon at Pine Grove as sched
uled. A packed school house
awaited him as usual eleven auto
mobiles lined up in front,
"Testament day" was observed
Sunday morning. Funds were
raised to provide Oregon boys in
the army and navy with 50 testa
ments. The S. S. has also sent,
away funds for Bibles for use in
The Wapinitia Commercial
Club met on the 6th at 8 p. m. in
Eyick'a hall for the purpose of re
organizatoin. The meeting was
fairly well attended. Officers elec
ted as follows: Pres. Geo, Wood,
vice Pres. Jack Kelly, Sec, N. G.
Hedin, Treas. P. M, Bevier. Com
mittee on perraaut organization
appointed by president as follows:
N. G. Hedin, Jack Kelly, D.
Woodside. Meeting callad for two
weeks, The gathering was ad
dressed by G. E. McDonald on
the topic of Value of Organization
The thrilling address was enjoed
by the meeting. All the old or
ganizations of Wapinitia Plains
were represented and a live club
Welby A. Dane has returned
from his trip to Maupin where he
was under Dr. El wood's care.'
J. P. Abbott is again able to be
about after three week's illness.
Mr. James Gray and family
have left the employ of J. Ward.
To hire men and teams with
barrow and drill, to seed 200
acres of Surumerfallow on my farm
on Juniper Flat. Fen Batty,
Men's $3, $3,5o, $4.00
Fall Hats - Brand New
Your choice for a
limited time at only
An offer yoa can't pass up. Come
early while the assortment is big.
LAKE'S CASH STORE
At Your Service
Last Sunday was election of S.
S. officers as follows: Supt., Vestie
Feltcb, As'ut. Supt., Mrs. Mary
Morgan, Secy. Hazel Morgan,
organist, Mies Lloyd. Treas. Al
bert Bichsel. Attendance 20, all
are welcome, come.
Miss Ercell Stakely of Tygh
Valley was a Sunday guest of Miss
Orriu and Lenard Farlow, Geo.,
Tina and Silva Ayres are attend
ing school at Maupin. Ida Dun
can attends school at Wamic, rid
ing to and from home horseback.
Mrs. Kinney and daughter Net
tie moved to the Kolbe bungalow
J. W- Farlow and wife motored
to Maupin Sunday afternoon, tak
ing their sonB Orrin and Lenard
to their school.
The Federal Loan Association
held business meeting Monday
evening at the home of W. H,
Mayfield, secretary and treasurer.
Mary Spoor motored to Maupin
Tuesday taking as passengers to
the train, I. T. Courtright and
wife who wi.l epeud a few days in
the Willamette Valley.
Wayne Spoor has in the past
few cfyys killed two coyotes, two
hawks, one owl and a skunk.
Cora Smith is home after assist
ing Mrs. Bessie Gesh a few days.
Mrs. A. A. Popham is quite ill.
O. R. Fleck and family will
move to The Dalles this week,
Edward Disbiow purchased a
phone from Floyd Kelly of which
he is manufacturer. B. W, Mor
gan purchased a phone at the
Xavier sale Saturday. These will
be installed soon. W. H. May
field also placed n, phone in bis
Geo Burlingaroe of Tygh Valley
was a business caller at V. H.
Miss Dorothy McCorkle spent
Saturday with her parents, coming
out from The Dalles Friday even
ing. She attends high sehool there
Herman Geeh and family visited
at G. W. Bargenholta Wednesday,
The following persms subscribed
for new issue of the Liberty Bonds:
J. II. Chastain
W. E. Hunt
J. S. Brown"
D. M. Shattuck
F. S. Fleming
"Cast Your Bread Upon the
Waters" is the drama chosen by
members of the school for the first
entertainment of the school year.
The date has not yet been decided
but will probably be given for the
fust of November.
Mrs. J. S. Brown
Mrs. J. M. Conklio
F. I). Stuart
J. M. Conklin
Maupin State Bank
This Bauk will advance money
at C per cent for the purchase of
Konrad Hauser of Tygh Valley
who was in The Dalles today re
ports the loss of a large barn on
his ranch Sunday, fire destroying
the entire building and contents.
Sixty tons of hay, several wagons
and some harness were burned.
About half of Mr. Hauser's loss
was covered by insurance. Chron
iele, October 9.
especially since we ara bo fortunate as ta
be one of a thousand communities whero
housewives can, always get FLavo FLour,
Over $100,000.00 is being Epent to tell users
of in many far-superior merits. Hundreds ci
cities and towns cannot get this better flour
yet. This is fortunate in being one community
where FLavo FLour is mads.
Try FLavo FLour
Fvervone h demanding1 better, more wholesome bread. Hero ts t!i3 flour tint
fives you all this and re :U flavor. It malius you want more. For bread maud
jwith FLavo FLour is moist, fiavory, so tood, Hot dry and tasteless .
j FLavo Is a Nature-flavored flour, it contains ttie entire rood values of the
wheat berry. It is creamy whir., the p.rrest flour that can be made. The estteu
tial aromatic oil" cf the wrrat wherein, be the flavor are not tn'Hed out of if.
All American Marvel Miil products aro iuspecled and certified pure aud up to
highest stindard every thirty uays. Kvcry sack ot FLavo FLour is certified.
Ask for this Naturp-flavor.d riour end you will tar more bread bread with trio
highest itci value.
Order FLavo FLour Today
MAUPIN MULLING CO.
Member ai Community Marvel Milieu fvf&Upl'li Ol'Pgon
ll Here We Are
Meals can be had at any time
according to prices, 25, 35. 5o
Beds 5oc and $l.oo
with all new tires
and extra casing'
will give you a dem
onstration at any
time - Terms
Store of Better Service
The following pupils have been
neither absent nor tardy for the
school month ending October 12th,
1917: Max McGlasson, Sylvia
Ayres, Gladys Martin, Estel Stov
all, Nona Styer, Velina Crofool,
Jesse Crabtree, Alyin Styer, Hazel
Martin, Raymond anderpool,
Lawrence Harpham, Louis Delco,
Winifred Kaiser, Lester Crofoot,
Mary Martin, Willie McClure,
Lorraine Stovall, Rachel Martin,
Arthur Philmle, Vera Goetjen,
Lewis Mayhew, Feme Maybew,
Elza Derthick, Willie Vanderpool.
Those perfect in attendance ex
cept for excuses for sickness are:
Holly Moad, Wilms Ray, Blanch
Our high school has an enroll
ment of sixteen pupils and three
more are expected to enter during
the corring week. The school has
ordered a physics labratory and!
lj quite a number of supplementary
The honor-system adopted by
the students at the beginning of
'the school year is proving to be a
!zrand success. The attendance
: for the month has been very near
! ly perfect, 99 per cent of the pu
jpila receiving grades iu deport-
jment that exempted "them from
;the monthly test.
f Louise Morgensen entered school j
' tbis weak. She will epeod the!
j winter with D. M. Shattuck and ;
'family. , j
I Naomi Snath has returned to;
J Maupin sod will enter high ichool
A Few of the Many
Bargains Found at the
Maupin Drug Store
, 25c Talcum Powder 10 and 15c
25c Tooth Powder 10c
25c Vaseline 10c
25c Scrub Brushes 10 and 15c
25c Cathartic Pilis 15c
25c Camel's-IIair Eruahes 10c
50c Shears 20c
Call in and See for Yourself
SAFE PLACE To TRADE
; . . WRITES HOME
Ft. Steven's, Oct. 4, 1917.
To the people of Wapinitia aud
Today is "Newspaper
d iy" in Ft. Stevens. Every sol
dier inHhe Fort was asked to send
a letter to the people in his homo
town through the newspaper. The
Newspaper day was introduced
through the Y. M. C. A. which. is
doing great work in promoting the
gymnastics among the boys.
The army is fine especially the
Coast Artillery branch. We haye
plenty to eat and wear, good wages
and intensive training which will
help to make the Kaiser Bill crawl
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uuum uia uuutt, ill ill la II no 13
able to do anything like that by
the time Uncle Sammio's hoys get
through with him. I know if all
the boys in the service are as anx
ious to get at him as the boys of
Ft. Stevens ore he wont last long
after the first real battle has begun
I'm not going to try to tell you
what we do here a3 it would be
quite a job, Of course the army
life has its few draw backs the
same as any place a follow can go,
In the Hue of pleasures we have a
pool table, a phonograph, news
papers, magazines and a library.
Then we have movies nearly every
night and several other things to
pass away the time. Anybody
that doesn't like the pastimes of
the free to go any place they went
to from 5 p. m. until until 5:45 a.
m. We have Saturday afterticon
and Suuday off.
We hear many people talk about
the beds we have to sleep in.
Many seem to think we have
bunks like they have in the log
ging camps, but this picture ex
plains it better than I can. TIih
equipment ou it is spread out for
our regular Saturday inspection.
I'm closing with 'my best re
gards to the people of Wapiuitia.
Private Harry K. Prit,
1st Co. C. A, C, Ft. Stevens, Ore.
Mr. Pratt inclosed a postcard
view which we regret that we nro
unable to reproduce, but can be
seen at this office.
G. W. Vanderpool
W. C. Vanderpool
All Kinds cf Automobile Accessories
First Class Mechanics
Gasoline and Oils
Fire Proof Phone
F. M. Confer of this city eus
tained a bad scalp wound Satur
day evening when he was struck
by the Walther-Williams auto de
livery truck, being knocked to the
pavement. Mr. Confer was stand
ing in the street in frout of the H.
R. Fanchor garagn and stepped
backward, directly in front of the
approaching auto, which he did
not notice. The impact caused
the man to turu a complete eum
ersault iu the air. It in consider
ed miraculous that Mr. Confer's
i Chroiiielu, Monday,
Cars for Hire
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