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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 23, 1917)
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL. 4, NO. 7
MAUP1N SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 23. 1917
THE YEAR $1.50
sen! in by our
The sale nt J. G. Tunison's whp
quite well attended. The bids
were slow and not many thing-
were Bold. After luncheon was
served to the boys and men Mrs.
Tunison served dinner In the
ladies and childron,
A party of four from While
River motored to Maupin and
back Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Winifree of Maupin fpent
Sunday with Mr. Lmwe's, relum
ing Monday with hi-: family.
A tower 50 feet high for water
tank is under construction at
White river falls to supply water
to the families living there.
W. Lucore has rontod Mrs.
Miliitetid's ranch near the school
house and in moving in this week,
Rose Butler moisting.
Mr. Oresch's left for the Wil
lamette Valley about two weeks
'Mrs. Alfred Ferguson and chil
dren of The Dalles spent Sunday
io thin neighborhood returning
J. G. Tunison is doing some
much ne-'ded grading on the roads
in this neighborhood.
Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Tunison of
Flamgan visited their daughter,
Mrs. Carl Head last Sunday.
The ladies of While River are
busy tewing for the Tied Cror-n.
They meet at Mrs, Coherth's, A
number are knitting socks.
T. A. Conuolly is here from
Portland looking after local inte -ests.
Mrs. V. W. Davis of Ealacnda
is here visiting her daughter, Mrs.
G. W. Yandni'pool
Y. C. Vauderpnol
All Kinds of Automobile Accessories
First Class Mechanics
Gasoline and Oils
i Fire Proof Phone
Cars for Hire
Men's $3, $3Jo. $4.00
Fali Hats - Brand Nfew
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
Shattuck s Ha
Wednesday, Nov. 28th
Some of the finest weather of
the season has been experienced
here the past week, warm sunny
days with scarcely any freezing
nights. The grasB is beginning to
, Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Foreman
and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Maynard
went to The Dalles Saturday, the
latter remaining at the hospital
Mr. and Mrs. D. Woodside and
Mrs. May Barzee lefi here Monday
for Portland.' They expect to
attend the stock show while there.
York Wilson and little son ar
rived hero Wednesday from Poea
tella, Idaho, and visited a day
weth his parents, W, 0. Wilsons.
Mr. Wilson met them at The
Dalloa Tuesday evening,
U. P. Enderf-by was a business
visitor at The Dalles Monday.
Rrv. Bevier held services in the
church at Tygh Valley Sunday.
G. fi. Wood was called to
Wamic Friday to conduct a funer
al service tlic-ro.
Mr. and Mrs. Bevier were called
to Smock Friday to conduct the
services at the funeral of the lit
tle daughter of Mr. aud Mrs.
H. A. Ilartnian was a visitor al
The Dalles Saturday.
T. J. Ilazfilton, tield secretary
of the Prisoners' Aid Society
spoke at fho church here last
Wednesday evening. A large
eiowd was present.
Mr. and Mrs. F.ubanks of
Wamic moved to ihePl.-it Monday
They will iivo in the 'Huston
bouse this winter which belongs to
Mrs. Nellie Magill and sons
Arby and Cecil, Mrs. Lena Klaek-
erby and son were over from
Wamic Sunday and visited al thn
The 150th of the U. H. church
will be observed ' at the church
here next week. Services every
night during the week. Monday
night a lecture on Solomon's
Temple, Why and how it was
built, by Mrs. Bevier. The In
termediate Society will give a
program one evening during the
week. Ten cents admission will
be charged. Proceeds will go to
help purchase blinds for the
church windows. On Thanksgiv
ing an old fashioned basket din
ner will be given at the church.
Everybody come and bring your
basket well filled. Ser rices will
be held during the day.
rrancls Confer has purchased
Bill Maynard's farm consisting of
280 acres for $8500.
Gi dlieb Tuschner has sold his
ranch to Bill Sturghis and will
live in Wapinitia this winter.
Bill Maynard left here Monday
for The Dalles to be with Mrs.
The church hero is receiving a
coat of calcimine this week. "'
Mr. and Mrs. Don Miller at
tended the Savage funeral in
: Wamic Friday.
I Lester. McCorkle was a visitor
at The Dalles Wednesday.
J. It. Keep of Portland ppent a
few days last week at his mill
west of here re covering bis build
N. W- Flinn and V. B. Tapp
hauled lumber from Ilartman't?
fc;mill Thursday to finith the par-
Floyd Kelly Writes
Philadelphia, Pa., League Island
Navy Yards, Nov. 11, 1917.
I am now enlisted in the United
States Navy and am stationed at
present in the League Island Navy
yard at Philadelphia, Pa.
First 1 wish to say Hello to all
of my old friends through the
columns of your paper. There are
a great many boys stationed here
and it is sure a pretty sight" to see
all the men in, the field in their
blue uniforms drilling. There are
boys here from almost every stale
in the union. But there is a feel,
ing of universal friendship through
out the entire camp and a fellow
is heartily welcomed to camp. It
makes one feel as though they
were all old friends.
. We have good comfortable quar
ters and plenty to eiit and that
with a letter from home now and
then is what it takes to mukc'a
happy Jack Tar.
- Wo have shore liberty every day
if we want it.
Philadelphia is a queer old town
and never ceases to be of interest
to the westerner. It is only a few
minutes ride from the navy yard
on the street car.
I cannot speak in too high
praise of the work of the Y. M. C.
A. We have a real nice one here.
It is provided with reading tables,
a piano, a graphaphone, a large
open brick fireplace, a swimming
tank and a counter whrre yon can
buy tobacco and sweets fur eon-l A team of sixteen Rehckahs
siderably less than they cost at ;came over from Tygh Wednesday
the stores in town. Pome evenings ! night anil initiated and installed
moving pictures are i-hown fiee of tho following officers and members
charge. Free stationery and ink j Maude- Crabtree, N. G.; Frances
NEWS ITEMS OF
are furnished and si amps can be
bought. There is arso a library
from which hooks cau be borrowed
for three days' time, So when
the Y. M. C, A. calls for money
don't forget what a great thing
you are doing for the comfort and
amusement of the homesick boy(
who are serying your Uncle Sam
my. We are generally given
tickets to concerts, football games,
etc., and often timeB our carfare is
paid for us too. I have had no
chance to see examples of lied
Crors woik yet, but I believe the
woi Id is fortunate to have such an
organization aud one should feel
it a pleasure to contribute all you
can to it. Yours very truly,
Talcott, V, G ; Lottie Donaldson,
Sec.; Lydia Fraley, Treas.; Job
Crabtree, Thos. Flanagan, W. II.
Slants, Ralph Kaiser, F. D.
Stuart, Dee Talcott and Fred
Covey. The hitler four gentlemen
prepared and served an elegant
To my old Friends
I am now located '"ia Maupio, Ore
gon in the Watch Repairing and Jewelry
business. Please jxive us one trial. All
work is guaranteed. We repair every
thing in our line and out of i!.
especially ainca we are co fortunate ai to
lis one of ft thousand communities where
housewives cau alway3 get fLavo FLour,
Over $100,000.00 is bein? spent to tell users
of its many far-superior merits. Hundreds of
cities aud towns cannot get this better flour
yet. This is fortunate in being one communitjt
where t'Lavo i Lour is made.
Try FLavo FLour
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All American Marvel Mill pro.loeti are Iri'peeteO an-t eeriiiie-J porn and up to
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MAUPIN MSLIJNG CO.
M.mb of Community M.tc1 Milk MaupitJ, Oregon
The Maupin Garage owned by
Vanderpool Bros, and B. D. Fra
ley's blacksmith and machine ,
shop have incorporated and are
now owned by the three aa joint
O. T. OlTiclala Hardy, Wilkes
and Wegner were hero this week
considering tho matter Nof excava
tions for tho location of a Uand
ard oil tank near the depot.
Burton Thurhnr, who has linen
in charge of tho O. T. depot' hero
tho past Kcvoral months) during
tho moving and reconstruction of
the company's buildings hero, an
nounces he is to be tramdnrred to
Lyle, Wn., where rdinilar work ia
to be done.
The animal Thanksgiving ap
peal made by the BoytV and Girls'
Aid Society of Oregon- to the
school children and citizens of the
state lifts always met wiih enthu
siastic, responee from teachers,
pupils and friends throughout
Oregon. It is to he hoped that a .
similar appeal for food supplies
and money will not go unheedtd
in ppite of thn many duties at A
economies which the war ineurrj
Monday, while butchering near
Tygh, a board slipped in such a
way that it knocked a knife from
(1. W. Cowdull's hand, it rebound
ing in encii a way as to nearly
soyer the first joint of his right
Prof. J. A. Richer of Portland
will commence a series of lectures
at Tygh Valley Sunday evening.
Job Crabtree joined the com
pany of Maupin cripples Friday
morning by falling from tho roof
of L. B. Kelly's new barn aud
breaking his right forearm and
shattering his elbow.
Clias. Crofoot's purchased a fine
ue.v piano last week. The Maupin
Drug Store also sold a handsomely
mahogany encaped instrument to
a party near Shaniko the first of
One o' the section hands on ll.e
O. W. Pv. it N. sustained a badly
di ljoatod shoulder Sunday.
A donation party was givtn at
the parsonage Monday evening
the l'Jth to welcome the new u in
isler. About twenty five wera
i Ove lands
LEAVE VOUH ORDZ.R FOR THE NEW FORD
Store of Better Service
! Mr. and Mrs, Walter Driver j
'.visited relatives in Wamic Sunday!
j .We have juot discovered that'
libiary books for Wapinitia have
been gent to Shearer Bridge where
they have been for about two
weeks. We expect to have them
here and ready for distribution by
Saturday at E. A. Cyr's store.
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.
EUY YOUR WHEAT, BARLEY AMD 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 BANK