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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1917)
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19,1917
VOL 4, NO. 2
THE YEAR $150
SENT IN BY OUR
The Wapinitia Commercial club
is meeting on Saturday night at
8 p. m. in Evick's hall, Wapinitia
The main business feature Trill be
constitution and by-laws report.
There will nlso be a lecture on
alfalfa and display of the Inter
national Harvester Co. '8 alfalfa
chart. This will be of Erst inter
est to all farmers who are interest
ed en alfalfa and it Titration.
Wapinitia Irrigation Co. Lave a
h i a r r i
camp in xne ueaa 01 uiear creeK. QuRe fin epidemic of sickr,e53
The men report progress, though L d hi geetion the t
j 1 . i ill. I'm.
the ice and cold is a littlo hinder
ance at this late date of the season
The farmer's camp on the Flat
is being continued wfth extra
force. More farmers are joining
the water users crowd every week.
Confidence is re-established in
the minds of many and coufidence
in many others had never been
shaken, so ihe future progress of
estention is bright.
TT. B. Keen lias gone to Port-
week. Only about half the school
children are in school this week. .
Dr. Elwood has made several
visits here lately.
Mrs. li. N Dodge who spent the
past year in Kansas returned here
K. G. Hedin with a small crew
consisting of Mr. and Mrs. David
Sharpe, Clyde and Bon Flinn and
Henry Richardson left here Wed
nesday for the head works of the
water ditch, where they will woik
land to buy six more fresno sni
pers as they are mtteh needed on , the next week or ten days,
the works, Sharpe goes as cook.
Clyde and Celia Flinn were vis
iting at the Brittain home near
Mr. Cyr took charge nf his new
0. V. Vanderpool
All Hinds cf Automobile
First Class Mechanics
Gasoline and Oils
Fire Proof Phone
Cars for Hire
The Times telephone is again a I
The sheep herds are all cut of , home and thanks to some open
the mountains. Storm and cold tion at the hand of Master Phone
weathef in the mountains as well man Floyd Kelly, the 'rirgs come 'store Monday.
as forest time regulations govern in' all the time, j An intermediate and junior C.
' iE. society combined was organised
hero Saturday evening under the
.superusion of Mrs. Bevier. Jimie
Nels-n was chosen resident.
A business meeting of the Y. P.
Accessories iC. was held at the parsonngo last
'Friday evening. After the busi
ness session a social time was
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Beebe went
to Bend Inst week where they will
be employed this winter.
W. E. Foreman returned home
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wall of Bend
are visiting relatives here this
Cha3. Delore and wife are em
ployed at John Ward's since Mr.
and Mrs. Gray left.
Mrs. Sidney Wilson and Vin
cent Tpp left here' Friday for
American Ka te where Sidney is
stationed. They will also visit
relatives at Tacoma.
The Y. P. C.E. will give a Hal
lnwe'en Pagent ill the Evick hall,
Friday evening, November 2nd,
the proceeds to go for the ne-res-pary
cxponrcs of Ihe society.
N. W, Flinn and David Sharpe
made a trip lo Tygh Friday for
peaches. Mr. and Mrs. John Lewis
were also there for that purpose.
D. Wondside has rented his
lower ranch to Walter Driver.
Mr. Allen of Portland, a repre
sentative of the Workman's Com
pensation commission was looking
after business affairs here Tuesday
Men's $3, $3.5o,
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
The following persons subscribed
for, new issue of the Liberty Bonds:
J. II. Cbastain
V. E. Hunt
J. S. Brown
D. M- Sbattuck
F. S. Fleming
Mrs. J. S. Brown
Mrs. J. M. Conklin
F. D. Stuart
J. M. Conklin
Maupin State Bank
W. A. Gilbert
Mrs. R. W. McCorklo
Joliu W, AndeiHO.l
K. A. Majhew
M. M Morris
staying with her.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Wilson,
Ruby and I.en were visiting in
The Dalles Sunday.
Fred Deleo was transacting busi
ness in The Dalles Monday;
G. E, Wood is building a new
barn to replace the one. destroyed
by fire some time ago.
M'irgurcjie D. (jonkliu
Fred A. Covey
J. L. Confer
Mrs. P.. B. Bell
Mrs. F. D. Stuart
John A. Evick
U. S. Endirsby.
A. F. Evick
Thursday night 112700 had
been subscribed at Maupin,
The teacher, Mr. Tune, and
pupils of the Oak Grove school
will give a basket social at the
school house Friday, October 27,
ail cordially invited to come and
bring a basket. The proceeds will
go for the benefit of the school,
While riding in the mountain.'
above Smock Saturday, Willi.
Farlow of that place hud the mis
fortune to have his horse fall with
him, bruising him quite badly and
fita'ly injuring itself. The ani
mal died soon after arriying home.
Ogden Elwood. arrived home
Wednesdny for three or four days''
visit. Dr. Elwood went yesterday
morning to see him. Ogden has
been stationed at Honolulu most
of the summer.
especially since we aro so fovmnula es to
be one c a thousand romiunuiliy.-) where
liourwivcs can always got Fl.uvo FLom',
Over $100, 1100.03 ij beiofc spout to tell tisera
o iU many far-superior merits. Kmulreih ot
cities and towns cannot pet this h-in-.r flour
yet. Thin is; fortunate in bc-iu' ooecororaiiuity
where Fl.avo Fl.otir ia matte.
Try FLavo FLour
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NEWS ITEMS OF
I. 0. 0. F. Visit
County convention of I, O.O. F.
composed of Wasco, Hood River
and Sherman counties, met at
Grass Valley, Monday eyening,
October 15, 1917.
The convention was a grand
success, there being a total of 216
Odd Fellows in attendance, most
ly from smaller Lodges, there be
ing only six members from The
Dalles, one or two from Hosier
and none from Hood River. Some
25 were present from Maupin.
Ten candidates were instructed
'n the mysteriee of the first degree
About 11 o'clock the Grand
vlaster of the Grass Valley Lodge
tnnounced that supper was ready
and we all found our way to the
banquet hall where three long
tables were jnst loaded down with
everything good t0 eat. We must
say the supper was grand, and
members of the Grass Valley
Lodge and the ladies of the Rebek
ahs are to be congratulated for the
grand success of their efforts to
make everything pleasant for their
visiting brothers. It was voted to
hold the convention at The Dalles
for the year 1918.
All the boys were well pleased,
with their' trip to. Grass Valley
One who was there.
with all new tires
and extra casing'
will g'ive you a dem
onstration at any
time - Terms
Store of Better Service
Mrs. Henry Peterson returned
home Monday from a three weeks'
tl ip to Nebraska.
Mrs. N. W. Flinn was called to
The Dalles hospital Saturday by
illness oi her sister, Mrs, Howard
B. L. Foreman, C. O. Maynard,
J. I. West and V. B. Tapp deliv
ered eleyen loads of hogs Saturday
J. P. Abbott sold 1000 head of
sheep to Fitzpatrick's last week,
" Mr, and Mrs. Nathan Hill left
Monday for their their home at
James Gray's went to Frind last
week. They have been employed
by John Ward for tho past six
U. S, Endersby made a trip to
The Dalles Tuesday, taking Mrs.
Vallentine Endersby to the hospit
al to have her tonsils removed.
Oswald Brnnner has purchased
a new Sludebaker.
A dance was given in Evick'.'.
ball Friday night.
i John and Jess I.ewij went to
The Dalles Monday returning
Thursday. Mrs. l. W. Flinn
came out with them.
! Mrs. Beu Gabel is quite sick at,
! present. Mrs. S. H. Wilson is
and Kodail Supplies
Celebrated Thompson Pianos
and Player Pianos
Easy Payment Plan Come in and see
Maupin Drug Store
A SAFE PLACE To TRADE
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kistner are at
home again in their bungalow
near White river bridge, They
have made an extensive tour of
the state, Mrs. Kistnor has been
quite ill with typhoid fover, but is
The largest single subscription
to Liberty Bonds todats through
tho Maupin State Bunk was made
by Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Evick.
The amount was fIOOO.00
A fine concrete bridge is being
erected just above the old one on
Tygh creek. This will be a part
of the Columbia Highway.
The Maupin Drug Store lira
this week received three Thomp
son piar.oj, one of Ihrin a player,
which as agents, they will Bell on
the installment, plan with terms lo
suit the buyer. They also have a
tine line of F(astman Kodaks on
J. L.' Confer and family and
Mrs. Ernest, Confer left yesterday
to spend the winter at American
Lake, where Ernest ia in training.
.las, Mace the sheep buyer took
a siuldon elide Monday nicht on
fit' his way to take the night train.
S He lost his footing and went feet
IfcS first to the track below, a distance
a of about 40 feet, unhurt.
T," ft Tlllfnr nt Portland Ml
guest of his tistor Mrs. W, H.
LEAVE YOVR ORDER FOR THE NEW FORD
SOME OF THE 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 BAMK