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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1918)
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL. 4, NO. 26
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL J 2,
THE YEAR $1.50
Time to Sow Wheat
Farmers getting ready to sow
wheat should use a good quality of
Formaldehyde or Blue Stone to
treat the grain. The best on the
market can be had at the Maupin
Hot Coffee, sandwiches,
Light Lunches Serued ct the
Hazel wood Ice Cream
Third Bond Subscribers
Subscribers to Third Liberty
E. A. Hartman A. R. Wilcox
O. P. Weberg Emil Hackler
Charles L. MeCoy W. A. Dana
Thomas Kionzel Frank McCoy
Mrs. Katie Peterson . .
Mn. C, L. Figbee B. L. Foreman I
Edward Brown FieJ Hackler
Frank Gabel and family
J. R. Lewis J. S. Brown
Ernest Thun J, T.' Hume
W. H. DURHAM
Jeweler and Watchmaker
All Work Guaranteed
Firestone Th?es at
We' have the following tires that we will
at prices listed below as long as they last
List Discount Selling price
4 30x3 NS - fl5.70 3.70 U2.C0
2 30x3 1-2 NS- 19.95 4.95 , 15-00
1 32x3 1-2 NS 22.60 7-80 15.80
3 32x4 NS- 34.00 8-50 25 50
1 34x4 NS 34.50 8-50 26.00
1 35x4 1-2 NS 48.60 12.00 H6 60
1 36x4 1-2 NS- 49 15 . 12-00 37-15
harrows, drag harrows, disc
harrows, wagons, drills, 1
plows, walking plows,
sulkey plows, gang plows,
plow shares, mole boards
in the Oliver line
W. H. STAATS & CO. ,
for your wants
Clyde Flinn N. W. Flinn
Katie Urahim Ben' Flinn '
G. T Tesehner M. Delore
Davil R. Moss George Betbee
Cora Wright Dee Wright '
V. W. Endeisby J. E. Hurt man
Frank Batty ' Ed Thomas
Geo. Cla mier I. en Wilson
Henry !terson John Ward
L. D. WooJside Blanche Hedin
Calvin McCorkle C. H. Crofoot
Shattuek Bro?. L- S, Stovall
Peter Kilhurg F. M. Jory
Mrs. A. I,. Anderson
Tum-A I.uni Lumber Co.
Lydia' A. Westergard
J. M. McCorkle R. O. Jory
Mrs. S. A. Gamber
J ihn Donaldson E- V. Dnty
A. W- Fargher Jim Ruzic
Jerome Buzan C. F. Bleakney
W. H. Aldridge Jos. Gra9S
W. D. Aldridge B. F. Turner
John Mannion C. E. Tunison
Richard Johnson O. B, Derthick
G. V. Vaudcrpord H. R. Kaiser
Mrs. W. H. Durham
C, H. BoBworth B. F. Cook
G. W. Mallatt . Dewy Eothwell
L. C. Henneghan Bruce Bothwdl
F. S. Fleming' W. E- Hunt
Fred A. Covey Edwin Maya,'
E. II. Snodgrass Wm. O. Miller
Mrs. L- Miller E. J. Fischer
Ethel Kellogg ' F, C. Butler
F. M. Confer A. C. Martin
R. I. DavidHon J. I,. Confer
J. V. Davidson J! ay Kaylor ,
J. II. Chastain . J. S. Fraley
C. E. Alexander G. R. Qrofoot
D. V. Talcott K. A. May hew
F. D. Stuart J. M- Couklin
L. J. Kelly P. J.. Kirscb
Man pin totals $14,000, Wapini
tia reported $12,000 yesterday,
Wamic has reported $3,500. -
The farmers are all busy plow
ing and Reeding, T. J. Whiteomb
is plowing for J. W. Farlow.
A surprise party was given for
Miss Ethel Ledford and Mrs. B.
V. Morgan at the hitter's home
last Saturday evening.
Several ladies met at the home
of Mrs. Morgan last Thursday
afternoon doing sewing fur the
Avery intero. t'.ng union S, ?,
at chinch, good attendance each
Sunday; Mies I nn Feltch, tupn
Terry Jones and Sid Mulvany
made a Liir.iness trip to Maupin
Bud Harvey rurrhafed a new
Ford lust week. Harry Ayrey
brpughl it out from The Dalles
Saturday returning f unday,
The Federal Loan board held
their quarterly, meeting at W. H.
May field's Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs, Callie Duncan
have been employed at Farlow
Eros.' ranch, Mrs, Duncan assist
ing with the housework.
Cora Smith and Miss Bernice
Lloyd were Maupin visitors Satur
day, Mis9 Lloyd having some
dental work done.
Seattle tbast winter writes from
Alaska where ehe is now visiting a
brother, .Hiere is five feet of snow
A- lari, crowd, was present at
the Commercial Club meeting Sat
urday night. Prof, and Mrs. Cen
ter of o.A. C, Messers Egbert
and Chase of The Dalles were all
present and made splendid
speeches. After the meeting cof
fee, cake and sandwiches were
served and the proceeds donated
to the Red Cross.
' V. B, Tapp left, Monday for the
Warm Springs in hopes of getting
relief from the rheumatism with
which he has been afflicted for
J. P. Abbott reports about 1400
N. fi: Hedin was appointed
chairman of the Liberty Loan
drive here and he with his com
mittee, G. E. Wood, D. Woodeide
and J. S. Brown, are canvassing
this district and have every pros
pect of going 'over the top' inside
of three days, the time they set for
this section to fill its quota. Mr.
Hedin reports 9,100 tonight,
Roy Batty has purchased J. i'
Powell's farm on the lower end of
J. R. Keep was up from Port
land last week and spent a few
days at his mill.
'Grandma' Morris came up from
Tygh Saturday and is veiling at
the home of her daughter Mrs.
Bigbee for a few days.
E. M. Hrrtman has been quite
sick lately. Dr. Shannon was to
B63 him Saturday,
Mrs. E. A, Hartman was in
Maupin Tuesday having some
d.'iital work done.
Irish to Get Home Rale
'April showers' have fallen he;e
the past two days.
Mrs. Kellar returned to their
home here Monday having spent
the winter in Portland and Mr.
Kellar is employed in Washington
Dr. Shannon was called Satur
day to ee,i Mrs. Julius .SLipflin
who is quite sick.
Mr. Sanfred of Portland who
recently purcased part of J. S.
Brewn's farm wa3 here last wrek
looking after business affairs.
Mrs. Mary Pechett of this placf
who has been visiting relatives ir.
Mrs. Alta Surran and son of
Mosier havo been visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. John Burlinganie of
Tygh Valley and her cousin, Mrs.
J. G. Tunison of Shorar.
Mr. and Mrs. L. B,. I'laines
mado a trip to The Dalles hint Fri
day, J. G. Tuni-on taking them
in his car.
Rev. Larson of Gateway preach
ed last Sun lay at Shady Brook
school hous;. A number from
here attended the services. There
will be baptismal services the first
Sunday in May. Rev. Larson will
preach and baptize a number of
candidates at that place.
Mrs. Milstead has returned
home much improyed in health.'
. Mrs. Taylor is the new proprie
toress of Sherar hotel.
The Irish are about to receive
Home Rule, but only on confeder
ation that conscription shall be
the price. Davie Lloyd George
the British prime minister made
the boldest stroke of his career by
coupling two measures, that of
Home Rule for Ireland with the
Conscription of Irishmen.
The English parlament is now
willing under dire necessity to
concede to Ireland what the late
John Redmond has worked for all
his life time, when the mepiliza
tion of all the man power of
British posession is a necessity,
yet there is much skepticism as to
whether the war cabinet could!
frame a measure which would!
stand the test, and the fear that
the country might be plunged
again into the old fury of the
Irish quarrell while fighting fur
its life against enemies outside its
walls. It was of this fear that the
Asquith government shelved the
old home-rule act, but Mr. Lloyd
George.'however, is daring enough
The lower end of the' Flat have
put a telephone line into Maupin.
The owners are Al Britton, Jack
Fraley, Mr. Sherar, John Maitin,
John McCorkle, "J. H. Chastain,
W. O. Chastain, John Morrow.
M re are coming in soon.
I Want Your Wool
I will contract now or when
ever you are ready to sell.
Large clips wanted particularly
See me before you sell
R, C. Jory
to attempt to balance both debts
by granting home rule and enforc
ing conacriptiou." Public opinion
in England is now a stronger than
parlament and demands that the
Irish question shall not standin
the way of winning the war.
The Irish Naturalist leader,
John Dillon is more firey in re
sisting conscription than his prede
cessor John Redmond. If Lloyd
George is Bticcesflful in conceliut
ing the Irish people ar.d gaining
the support of all available man
power he will achieve a victory
greater than that of the swoard,
Dr. Stovall has been Buffering
with rheumatism the last few days.
He says it is the first ha has ex.
perienced for a year.
Times, $1,50 per year.
"It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's"
You can make payments on that Liberty
Bond with your savings at Jory's
What? Try It!
R. C. Jory
F. M. Jory
Buy That Bond
Trade at Jory's
It Pays to Pay Cash at JoryV
Fraley & Vanderpools
ilaupin Garage and Blacksmithing
All Kinds of Automobile Accessories
First Class Mechanics
Gasoline and Oils'
Fire Proof Phone
Cars for Hire
LEAVE YOUR 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 BANK