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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1917)
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Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL 4, NO. 3
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26,1917
THE YEAR $1.50
SENT IN BY OUR
Wapinitia Irrigation Co. lnis
two crews at work, one cm the
cana) exteusiou on the Flat am
one on the upper end of the canal
iu the forest reserve. Jack Kelly
has charge of the fanners' crew on
ttie Flat. The canal is stretching
its length into John West's lower
place. Last week some more
farmers joined the water users'
crowd. - -
W. A. Dane lias rented his
ranch. It looks like Mr. Dane
was preparing to open up a busi
ness of lumbering and milling!
Ten Batty of Grangeviile, Idaho
is again on the Flat. He is now
ready to run his bounteful ranch
near Kelly church.
Ji.ck Kelly is going to Portland
the first of the week with the sec
ond carload of hogs. Mr. Kelly
is vice president of the corn club.
He and others are interested in
promoting the wholesale and car
load method in buying and selling
hogs, cattle, etc.
Any person interested in buying
flour by the barrel at reduced rat s
should eeo N. 0. Iledin. The price
Mr. Fargher has found half of
the 200 sheep lost in the moun
tains, but many are still missing.
flis men are continuing the search
Mr. Weberg and Mr. Brown
made a cattle roundup for the
early returning strays Monday
along Sunflower Flat.
Volly Endersby's deep water
equipment is out of fix so he has
New Bungalow Going Up
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G. W. Vanderpool r. C. Vanderpool
All Kinds of Automobile Accessories
First Class Mechanics
Gasoline and Oils
Fire Proof Phone
Cars for Hire
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
with all new tires
and extra casing
will give you a dem
onstration at any
time - Terms
Store of Better Service
The above cut Bhows two views
of the 1 ouse being built by the
Tum-A Lnm Lumber Co., for the
local manager, A. L. Anderson.
This house is one of the many up-
to-date plans found iu the plan
books. It is especially drawn and
arranged to uit the location of
the building site which overlooks
the river and the Deschutes can
yon. It is to be 22x30, with a
full Iwement, h:is a race front
porch, also a rereened in porch on'l
the rear, has a hath room, and is
modern in every detail.
Mr. Wilhelm has the carpenter
work in charge, and with ' the
plans and material list furnished,
by the Tum-A-Lum architects, he
expects to have the work done in
a very short time. Take a look
at. thi and see ' the advantages of
having an expert architect draw
and design your home. His ser
vices arc free.
been compelled to haul
again from the canal.
Frank Batty is digging a private
ditch from the Clayiniro place to
fin his pond near the house.
Wapinitia Plains Commercial
Club met in Evick's hall Salurday
p. m. Main business feature
was the adoption of Club constitu
tion, the reading of business fea
ture recommendations by the com
mittee on constitution,
President Geo, Wood made a
brief address about the club and
its scone of work, its need and
Following the business session
of the club a reception was given
in honor of Arthur Rice, one of
Wapinitia's soldier boys who was
home over Salurday night to bid
a farewell to his family before go
ing with his regiment to Florida,
1 he reception was presided over
by J. L. Hartnian. The speakers
were Geo. Wood and Lincoln Hart
man. A short appropriate pro
gram was rendered by friends and
neighbors. .Some splendid patri
otic and millitary readings were
given. The baod boys did them
selves proud. The audience sang
several national and patriotic
songs. After the program was
closed everyone shook hands with
Arthur and wished him God's
speed. A small silver offerinp
was made up by the friends to en
courogp him and lo show him in a
practical way the deep respect
thev felt lor his act of responding
to the nation's call.
A light lunch of coffeo and cake
was served lo everyone and a
cheery goodfellowship feeling pre
vailed. Wapinitia Plains Com
mercial club is destined to be a
social and business center. Ad
journment was made till the first
Saturday in November at 8 p. in.
to meet in Kviek's hall.
water cent of its quota of Liberty bonds,
published in 'the Portland
The membership dues were fixed P j
per quarter or annually in advance Patfei
iiias desireo. Ait persons joining Uverlands
me ciuu uu or ueiure me Novem
ber banquet which will follow
Thankseivina dav will be entered
;on the chatter member roll. After
November the member chall be in
troduced by written applieatiun
All communications to the club
should be sent to N. G. Iledin,
Sec , Eox 2G, Wapinitia, Oregon.
dailies. $25,800 is the total sub
scribed to date through Miupiu
Geo. Woodruff and family sub
The following persona subscribed
for new issue of the Liberty Bonds:
J. II. Eubanks
F. M. Confer
L. D. Kelly
A. C. Martin
James II. Woodcock
C. E. Mattnews
L. D. Woodsdde
J. I. West :
B. L. Foreman , ,
Mrs. B. L. Foreman
G. W. Bargenholt
W. II. Mayfield
O. L. Paquet .
Mrs. Z. A. Kelly .
J. V Davidson !.
J. S. Fraley
Mrs. Marcia Woodruff
Geo. Wood ru(T
C. II. Crofoot
L. M. Woodsido -E.
C. J. McCoikle
Mrs. J. II. Chaslain
(concluded next week)
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MAUPIN MILLING CO.
McmlMiofO.K.uni;yi.!:1rvlM;llr Mailpin, Ol'CgOn
$4 Read This
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and Kodak Supplies
Celebrated Thorcpson Pianos
and Player Pianos
Easy Payment Plan CWe In and e
Maupin Drug Store
A SAFE PLACE To TRADE
Monday about 4:30 p. m. Geo.
Cunninghan foil fourteen feet off
a ladder and broke his left wrist.
also injuring ono foot, lie was at
the Hunts Ferry Whse. nailing
ou boards when tha liiridnv nn
which he was standing, slipped,
letting him fall. Tony Connolly
who urrived with his imicbine
hastened him to Dr. Klwood. ;
A man was also brouaht in from
the Bakeoven section with a brok.
en arm this week, and the Wapi
nitia correspondent alno reports a
Dr. Francis Coming
Dr. Francip, who formerly re
sided here, but has been since do
ing ti lively business in the opti
cal line in Bend, writes that ha
will be here at Maupin, Sunday,
Nov. 4, from 11 a. m. until the
O. T. night train. He says that
work will not permit his absence
longer, but will make regular fu
ture visits and will correct any
unsatisfactory work free of charge.
Mrs. Ralph Kaiser, Mrs. R. W.
McShane aud Mr. G. W. Vander
pool entertained yesterday after
noon at the former's home in hon
or of Mrs. A. C, Moad who leaves
for Portland in day or two. About
eighteen ladies wore present to en
joy a social afternoon and a de
licious luncheon. The little folks
were also served in an adjoining
room. The ladits precented Mrs.
Moad with a nice traveling bag.
A very pretty home wedding
took place at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Tunison at Flanagan,
when Grace Tunison and Carl
Head were united in holy matri
mony, Wednesday evening, Oct
ober 21 at 3 o'clock by. Rev. G. R.
Wood. The brother of the bride,
Verne Tunison, attended the
groom, and a cousin of the bride
'.use HutU r. was bridesmaid.
About twenty-five relativos and
intiiuato frinnda witnessed the
ceremony. Following the scero
mony a bounteful wedding sup
per was served the guests,
A charivari party of about twen
ty came and enjoyed the treat of
candy and cigars. At ft late hour
Mr. and Mrs. Head left for their
home near White river electrio
Mrs. Hatfield weut to Tho Dalles
LEAVE YOUR ORDER FOR THE NEW FORD
r.fatipin is third highest in Ihe
i state, having subscribed 131
do for; you
riOME OP THE THINGS THAT WEI CAN
DO YOUR NOTARY WORK,
SELL YOUR FARM FOR YOU,
RENT YOU A SAFETY DEPOSIT POX,
BUY YOUR WHEAT, PARLEY AND OATS,
TAKE-CARE OF YOUR BANKING BUSINESS,
DO YOUR UNIIED STATES COMMISSIONER WORK.
GIVE US A TRIAL, WE CAN AND WILL MAKE CO'OD
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