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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 22, 1919)
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL 5, -NO. 45
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY. AUGUST 22, 191?
THE YEAR $1.50
JUL A V ilk JLWaa
II I! II
On and nftur thin ditto Hume
who are uking water from the
Maupin water fjHlem iihihI have
the liiotKiy tn pay promptly on
tli e loth of each nuntli. Don't
gay, ''I haven't got tho money
toJay ii nd will pay when I net it."
This kind of pay -won't be toler
ated any lunger. Ui 1
SENT IN BY OUR
comply with theae demanda you
will be shut off until paid, with
an additional uoft of 60 cent k to
gut your water back again,
Boy Slusher, Collector.
Waller Lei lord Bold Ida oihlj
acres on Smock to VV. II. May
lirtld. They made over the papeta
tt at Maupin Monday.
I have supplies and am prepar
ed to do all kind of ne w work
and general repairing Horse shor
ing a specially lieiiKouablo rutin
A. F. Martin.
A few dozen Sohr.im and Econ
omy jars for sale. Inquire 'liuies
O. VV. Baruniholt
, A ditchjiieeting ol the I.ofI rid
This n0ulder Co. was held Saturday
night to discuss the protecth f
their water rights.
Orrin Farlow anil Walter Lid
ford ure lighting (ire in the inoun
tains. Mr. A.J. Hill who has been
aerioutly ill with pneumonia if
Cally Duticau was taken ve y
ill hite Tuesday night and I i.
lilwood was called to make a n. id
night drive to see I iin.
Blaine Disbrow made a tiip to
M iiipiu Thursday.
Mrs. John Donaldson will he
absent from the central ollice
for some time while working in
G, W. Mallatl'd cook wagon.
The mercury has becu playing
dangerously near the 100 maik
It Pays to Pay Cash at JoryV
F. M. Jory
Fresh Strawberries Cherries in Season
Oranges and Batianas Dried Cnicns
Tillamook Cream Cheese Lettuce
Bulk Peanut Butter Cabbage
Deviled Meat Fresh Bologna
Vienna Sausage Dried Beef
Canned Shad Sardines
Minced Clams, Shrimps, Oysters, Salmon
Ready Made Dresses and Aprons Hats
Screen Wire Fly Swat ers
"It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's"
How About It?
Have you protection for that
When the season's work is over?
On most faims some of the macliinery-often the greater
part of it is left out-of-doors the year round.
A Weather Proof Implement Shed
doubles the life of your machinery and cuts down your
And then too, machinery that is protected from the
dements is always ready fir use wl en it is wanted.
Any way you figure it, an
Implement Shed is a Time Saver
A Money Maker
Whatever your building problems are, come in and talk
them over with us, for we are here to serve you.
Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co.
the past week. A tiunilir of
forest fires are raping in tho n Bun
t. dim. A big fire was leported
few days ago about IS miles fron
Clackamas I. like near Homing
river, also unu on Salmon ri'e
lno atmosphere is very Hitiok'y
which makes tho heal worne.
Dannie and Lowell Davis if
Madras are visiliuu at the I'lii n
home here this week.
Lois Batty cunio out from 'i he
Dulles u few days ago and is vi.
it i tig relatives.
V. H Tapp and daughter Angie
arrived here Monday from Bidgi.
field, Vu., coining over the
Lincoln Hartman came home
from Portland a few days ago.
VA Wall and family rnived
hero a few days ago and aie visit
iin; Mrs. Wall's parents, Mr. uud
Mn lid. U i vis. j
M'S. Ivy Sharp and daughter
Me, 1. 1 came hume Monday fioni
Watnic where Ate has been the
past leu days.
Mrs. "rutt and daughter Mar-
'garel returned home Monday f n m
Wamic where they visited at the
U. E. Wood home.
Mrs, Celi i Hriltain and son Leo
vi-ited st the F'linn home Sunday
II. N. DoilK..tbe Incut survey
or, is doing Himiii work near Frog
lake this week.
E l Riloh and Clyde Flinn can e
out from the di eh camp in the
mountains Siitiudny and tinted
b;ick Sunday evening getting as
far as Clear creek where they
broke Mr. Rich's cm, and had to
c.unp without blankets or fi o V
It wassix o'clock Jioi.' h befor)
they made camp.
Mrs. Myrtle Claymire gave uti
ice cream party at her l.onn' Sat
uiduy evening. A large en d of
the neighbors were prefenl and all
hu 1 a pood time,
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Birchn'it
came over from Dufur Saturday
and visited over Sunday ut the
Bronnr home. ,
N. 0. lied in sent Mr. liic! -
mond, the garage man hue, to
Dulu Friday for a few barrels ( f
gasoline, thus relieving te ehoit
U. S, Eudersby has finished the
via with his thresher and sold
the entire outfit to a party across
Dozens of cars every day pass
through hero for the mountains
and berry patches.
J. P. Abbott has been quite sick
the past week, but is improving.
Archie Tapp went up to lh
mountains Wednesday afternoo.i
to bring out Mr. and Mrs. Sidne
Wilson who were coming across
from Uidgelield with a rig, hut it
broke down near Clear Lake ami
they phoned for him to come for
N. G. lied in went to The Dalles
Wednesday morning. !
Mr. McCoy was over with fruit
from Wamic Saturday.
Mr. Johnson delivered pra hi s
Woo l for sale or trade for In r e
W. J. Trail on Wood ranch.
NEWS ITEMS OF
Ten It. Hodge Header and 7 1
ft. cul McCetniick binder cheap
If. II. Ilarphain.
tiond cooking apples one rent n
pound. Prunes pretty hiih, to
cents. A few strawberries six
cents A A. B( n .ov.Tvub Valley
A, L. Anderson and Roy Vo
row returned home Monday fnni
their trip in the ui"untains, bring
iog a nice lot of lish.
Mr. and Mrs. Itoy Erov n f
ineville arrived yesterday. Tiny!
went to Tygli Valley. j
1'. J, Olsen of Shanikn has hei nl
feriuui-ly ill with erysipelas.
'Mr. and Mrs. J. J-'. lironn and
Miss Crystal Hnitinan weie n
Mr. and Mrs. L. I). Kelly left
yesterday for a week in the mourn
t i s ,
Mrs. Mullatl's mother from
Mihvuukie has been visiting 1 er
111 past two months,
Finest equipped optical parlor
in central Oregon, l)r. T. Dil.ur.
hue, Eyesight Specialist, Exclu
sively Optical, VogtB)ock, Tic
W. Palmer of The Dalles has
been a guest of Darel El wood thn
Mrs E. J. Slyer arrivml 1 otin
Tuesday ii'ghl after a two inonlhs
absence with relatives-seeii g the
Two good milk cows for .'o' sale,
one about 7 yrs,, the other about
9 j is , bbth giving milk. Owner,
G. E, Cunningham, Maupin, Ore,
Edward lioadarmil of Co. K,
tin' lifst movie show of the fall
se.uun and we guarantee it to t.e
all advti t.ising cm say lor it.
Hearts of Hunanity
in 7 tftU by Dorothv Phillips
as great a picture as lUilh of
t lie Natl in.
Coming at Maupin
ii'.id dance after th show
tiOlh Inf., 5th Diamo id Div , jm t
returned fioni France, has hi en
visiting his sister, Mrs. MhIIhII.
II' pundiased a fine term i f J.
IIuzmu and left Satuidaj. Me
will go hack to farming.
Mrs Ii A. Cvr went to The
1) lies Monday niulil to meet her
in il her who ceiii" fimn S okane
mi I is visiting Mis C r,
O. I! Dcrthick came In in the
nn untains Hu ml i v or Mini i s.
Louis and Miss Deiihicii ri turned
t'lar nee Faigher vei t l iu ! to
the moiinliitiis Sunday evening.
Mrs .1 V. Power.) uud clu'dren
who have been spending the sum
mer here will leaye for their home
at Enterprise tomorrow.
Sergeant Lester MiCorkle pntj
word by wirele s to home folks
that ho would h;i d at New Yoik,
Sunday. August 17, turn ihetdnn
tihaiuers, uud exp els in I e ilis
cln rged rfoon.
Army Food Sale
Washington, Aug. IS-Ssle of
millions of dollars north of army
fool began throughout the countiy
today. The big marketing job
will he coii luted through the
parcel post. Preparations for the
sale of the army food are ci m
p'ele, pysliuiislers have price lists
which thsy will make public in
every possible way, along with
cotni'lele directions as to how the
fooi, is to lie sold.
Farm for Sale
lf'iO acres on Smock prarie, 27
cultivation, level: paid water right
unit i reel;, tenced; House, tiarn,
grainary, oichard, 200,000 ft. cow
liiiilier; $20 per acre. I). W.
Morgan, U I, Winnie, Oregon.
Times, If 1.50 per year.
The Childrens Eyes
should be cared for before they return to school.
Have them properly examined and fitted NOW by
1718 Vogt.E!o.-.k The Dalles, 0reg n
Thiti establishment is EXCLUSIVELY Opical and
permanently located in The Dalles, Oregem
the 1918 Pendleton
Round Up. Full of
rough and wild
those Iff V
Bull Dog' Grip
Through mud,sand or rocky
roads, over ruts and road
O. E. Wood returned Tuesday
from The Dalles accompanied by
Mrs, Wood and baby, thev hav .
ing spent a mouth in Tacoma, Vn
Mrs. F.mma Kown and son Jim
cime nut from The DjlleB a week
ago Sunday. Mrs. Ruwn return
ed Tuesday. Jim has been work
ing in the hat rest fields near
G. A Harvey, Mr. and Mm. J
E. Kennedy and Mr. and Mre.
Percy Driver returned Mondavi
(to last pag")
by Red Beach, Enough said.
holes, up stiff grades, round
"S" curves, there's ipeed
with safety if Braender tires are on your car.
I hey hold the road.
Put Braender s to Any Test.
You'll find them
"The Tire to Tie to"
For Sale and Guaranteed by
B. D. Fraley
SOME' OF "THE THINGS' THAI wt. CAN DO FOR '
DO YOUR NOTARY WORK,
SKLL YOUTt KARM HJii iOu.
RENT YOU A SAFETY UKl'OSIT BOX,
BUY YOUR WHEAT. BARLEY AND OA To,
TAKE CARE OF YOUR BANKING BUSINESS.
DO YOUR UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER WORK.
GIVE US A TRIAL, WE CAN AND WILL MAKfi GOOD
MAUPIN STATE BANK