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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (June 18, 1915)
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL I. NO. 36
MAUPIN, SOUTHERN WACO COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY. JUNE 18, 1915
THE YEAR $1.50
SENT IN BY OUR
; Jas. Hays, representing the
American School of Music, of Port
laud, was here last week soliciting
scholars for his concern.
C. A. Duus is suffering from an
attack of lftgrippe. ,
' W. E. Hunt expects to itart his
sheep to the mountain summer
range this week.
. The excellent finish work being
done on the roads by J, B. Kidder
is causing much favorable com
nient by our citizens, as well as
automobilists traveling this way,
h. N. Castor and Mrs. J. A.
Oamber spent Saturday and Sun
day visiting Mrs. S. A. Gamber of
i A. A. Canfield was a member of
a class of seven taking a civil ser
vice examination at The Dalles
Saturday last ,
R. H. DeCamp, C. A. Duus aud
. B. DeCamjb are engaged in
hauling their year's supply of
; T. 0. Miller returned Friday
evening from Shearing at the Mc
, The new road just completed by
II. M. Green and Earl Tunison
makes travel over the Criterion
Maubin route shorter aud allows
adjacent land owners to straighten
Sunday last the Criterion Union
Sunday School voted to change
the time of meeting from 2 p. m.
to 11 a, m. The school continues
a healthy growth in attendance
Lagrippe seems to be the pre
vailing pastime enjoyed ? by a
number of our citizens during the
The two scholars Whd completed
the eighth grade work; Diiphene
Dyer and Violet Millerj both pass:
1 ed the state examination1 el nd re
ceived their Ulplbnias; Cbhgratu-latidns,-girls".
The ahnildl sbhddl meeting the
third Monday in Jilhe is Het Mon
Hay. The schiJol is hoping that
funds will b'fe vo'ted" for a good cy
clopedia, a valuable addition td tli
. .. ... 1
Violet Miller whi) passed the
state eiriith erade examination;
will begiri a" business course in The
Dalles Business , College Julie 48;
Success to you Violet;
Philomena Chouinard, sixth
grade, tools, the eighth grade ex
animation in physiology aild pass
edat gt, ..:....;
f rograme for Pichilti
At 10 o'clock! meet on bhbiiih
ard's Island; til beginning of fol
Six to 10 year .boys' racej
Six to 10 girls' tice',
Three leggeb. racei
Potato race! spoon race! shoe
(ace, cake eating contest) pie ea
i'l I li I" ttT Vi"" l;" Li .1 f
Mto Passenger Service Auto Delivery TrucR
Prepared for Long Trips or Outing Parties
X Complete Line of Automobile Accessories
. i j m n. "
Bakeoven Man Dead
Jas. H. Brown,, who had a
homestead two miles east of
Bakeoven, was found dead Mon
day by a eomrad, heart failure
being supposed to be the im
mediate cause of death,
Mr. Brown "was born July 18,
1876 at' Cherokee, la., being at
the time of death 38 years, 10
months and 26 days old, and is
survived by four brothers, Wal
ter B., Geo. R., Chas. E. and
Frank M. Brown.
f Parents of the deceased, An
drew J. Brown, died March 18,
1891; Mary Brown, died No vein'
ber 27, 1605, and a sister, Addie
E, Brown, died August 2, 1871.
Interment was made Wednes
day at the Buzan cemetery, Rev.
G. R. Ellis of this place, being
called to conduct the services.
Fifteen rigs and five automobiles
followed the body to its last rest
TO BE BUILT
County Judge F. S. Gunn
ing, County Road Engineer
Sharpj Miss Robinson, a niece
of the Judge and her friend,
Miss Fletcher, were in Maupin
Wednesday, coming out to look
over the proposed new grades
leading to Tygh Valley.
. The new highways are to be
16 feet wide and will reduce the
rise in the grades ( decidedly.
The one leading to Tyn;h Ridge
from Tygh Valley will follow the
sams canyon as at present, but
will so constructed that the
ascent will be much more gradu
al, while the one on this side of
White river will follow the di
rection of the canyon, doming to
the level of the Flat near the
Bonds have been issued in the
suril of $15,611 and Mr.' Croner
of Lents has the Contract for
ptting the" roads ttirBugH. Work
will be commenced as soon as
possible and it is hoped that the
new highway! will be ctirrirJlete'd
by Ndvember 1, 1913.
Songs arid recitdttoris;
Repetition1 of some of tHe hces,
Ten to' ij yedr boys' race;
Teh to 15 giHs' race;
ESwiinming race, water rdefe.
Miss Verna Martin was coin
pletely taken by surprise last
Thursday evening, when about
twentyfive of her friends gave her
a farewell party! Those present
Were Messers and Mesdames Frank
Chastain; j; H; Chastaiii, II: L.
Mo'rrisi Homer Martin, J, M. lie-
Corkle! Geo. Crofoot, and their
families, Missess, Hazel Brbwn and
I,ela thastain, Master tberty
Chastain and Mrs. G. h. Wood,
Games were played urittl late when
sandwitciies; cake and. coffee were
served; Everybody wished Miss
Martin success in ber school work
l'r k t-n u lira
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Maupin School Building
Herewith is shown a picture of the Maupin school, showing
the plans and interior arrang1 ment, This structure was complet
ed lest year by Contractor Wilhelm and all material was furnished
by the Tum-A-Lum Lumber people who have a representative at
this place and carry an extensive line of building material in stock.
The Tum-A-Lum Engineering department have been studying
the preblem of rural schools and have dosignad a large number,
many suggestions for which are to be found in their plan book
which is free to all interested. A very lov.'-priced play ground
apparatus has recently been installed.
at Monmouth and Jiheu went home
with the satisfactisn of knowing
that the ''surprise" had been a
f''G. RrWdWl has beetream'rfg 611
the fanners of this vicinity the last
day or two.
j James McCowan; win; and child
! visited at the M. P. Thointou
home Wednesday of last week.
Grandma Farlow visited at G:
W. Thornton's Thursday. ,
F. E. Spoor went to Portland
Monday with a car of cattle.
John Farlow shipped a cat of
hogs frbm Sherar Monday.
Mr. Morgan and family returned
from Hood River this week where
they have been picking berries.
C. C: Marlin welit to Mauplh
C. H: Yockey is putting a porch
on the east side of his residence.
Strawberries are ripe and oh
hand at the berty ranches.
C. Duncan1 and Albert Russell
are digging a well al M: J. Far
lows. Thos. Whitcomb from Astoria
visiting his sister, Mrs; Leona
Grace Miller of Dufur, formerly
of Smock, is picking berries at the
John Farlow intends buying a
car in the near future.
We are having fine weither now.
N". W; Finh had the misfortune
of getting his limb broken aud
badly crushed last Tuesday after
noon while logging lor Chas.
Walker. tJr. Shannon was at
once summonea trom iyga ana
Fraiift Batty took him in his big
auto to The Dalles Hpspital, where
he Is now under Dr. Writer's care.
Mrs'. A. W. Fiinn went t'o Tht
balles Tuesday W stay with her
husband while in the hospital'..
Miss Phlli'is Fischer of Maupin,
our former primary teacher, has
been visiting friends here the past
two days. ,
Charlie Tan. m-phew of V. B. of
th.'i place ij visiting at the Tapp
Thuriday, Friday and Saturday
' ' Pee. J , ; I
Notice is hereby given that
the County Superintendent of'
Wasco- -County, Oregon vlll hold'
the regular examination of ap
plicant:; for State Certificates at
tha new Court House as follows:
Commencing Wednesday, June
30j 1915, at 9 o'clock a. m.( and
continuing until Saturday; July
3, 1915, at 4 o'clock p. m.
Wednesday forenoon, Writing,
United States History; Physiolo
Wednesday afternoon, Read
ing, Composition, Methods in
Reading, Methods in Arithme
tic. Thursday forenoon, Arithme
tic, History of Education) Pys
chology, Methods In Geography.
Thursday itftefnbbn, Grammar,
Geotfr'atihvi American Literature)
iPiiygicjrt Methods in Language,
Thesis for Primary certificate.
Friday forenoon ; Theory and
Practice) Orthography, English
FHdfty aftbr'nddn; School Law,
Geology; Algerbra; Civil Gbverh-
Saturday for'e'ndon, Geology)
Saturday afternoon; General
CLYDE T: BONNEY,
County School Supt:
Antelcpe to Celebrate
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There will be a big three days
celebration at Antelope the 4th
bf July: Racing,, WA many
sporting events'. $300 in plirses.
Free camping grbunds. . Piatt to
be there for the big three" 'day
The following S'dutter'n Wksco
couhty ybuhg people successfully
passed the eighth grade examina
tions submitted 'Jiinb 3 and 4i
Hw4'd,iT. 'Jobhson', Belle Me
Kurrx', Wamlc;( t'aulDe'Camp.
Vera tahlield', .Critei lbo; Victor
V. Ha'rtman', Habld Waiters,
lioyd , Stijith', Le'ohard Weberg,
Mary V. Bpen1, Agnes C; vVal
t'ers', Zona McDonald, Wapinitia;
Violot Miller, DApHeno byer,
Good Game Sunday
An exciting, close game of
base ball was, witnessed by a
lage crowd Sunday wheri the
Dufur nine played the locals at
Up to the eighth inning the
locals had made no tallies, Dufur
getting only three. In the last
half of the eighth Maupin catr e
in with two tallies on or.e ball,
after which it .was a series of
outs for both "team's, the gau.t
closing 2 to '3 in faW of the
MauDin will ao to Dufur next!
Snnrlnv for a rvtiirn (ramA tiHtKii
IS JUNE BRIDE
A pretty home wedding took
place at 7 o'clock Tuesday morn
iiig at the country res: '
Mr-i and Mrs. Thos. I
when their daughter, 0 id ;
aud Joe Van Homison W.t.. h
id in marriage, ltUn..r .Vn..
iomiflon, brother of the gn.- ,
md Father Cantrell oHjciatn.'ji iti
che most beautiful and impres
ive ceremony, following which
i bounteous breakfast was D&r
caken of at 9 o'clock.
The bride was attired in a
gown of white sik voil and car
ried a boquet ipJ.whkjB.,.earnii
t;ions'. The bride's maid, Miss
vtary Flatlagan, was dressed in
a oale blue messalin gown with
white overlace. The bridegroom
.iod his brother, Will Van Homi
mi, who was best man wore
hands une dark blue 'serge suits.
The parlors were beautiful y
vlecoroted with roses and carna
, Besides the relatives of the i
contracting parties, guests pres-
n- were Miss Thrull, Tony Con-
i'oy, tho n.ii,t tics ox Will ana
Tom Connolly, F, S, Flemming
and E. A. Mayhew.
Mrs. Van ' Hjdjll'lsoj js well
l'.nown here and 'a faVrit. Mh
Van Homison is a popujatj
yer bf Portland where they Will
make their home. The young
people were escorted to the train
amidfit & shBwer of rice and old
Ruf and Calvin McCorkle and
faliillies were gltest at,duilier Suns
day at tHe ti H. .Crof,dd home; at-
tetklli'g tlie Ua" galHHt Maujiih
ill the afterlli'btV;
I NEW HARTFORD OIL COOKS
th6 WeWri trie
PERFECT &LUE FLAME
A partial list bf featisfied j
users ot ihis Wdhderful (
Mr. John V. Martin;
Mrk. E. J. Styerv
I SHATTUGK BROS. MAUPItl
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Mrs. 0. E. Davis passed away
at her home on the Edwin f,i:;ys
placp at 11 oVlnpie R tit v-
ening, ' ; " ,,' '
hie r!ui..,. -
aire . . v :
bom i:. Ki-- r
to Ohio in Uiii-:.t
there to' Illinois
old. M'-'-" 1.
'was united in mairmgu iwu ,
E. Davis, who with seven chil
dren, survive her, h , ... 1 l
nlii'.v . ' v
caii.e ti, 0
in this seetii.i. 0
Ftinerftl " rv;
ed at tlw ; .
dany after, oon i
Ellis of this pUce
was made in )"
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Card ot i lioiii
We wish to extend our tlitu ;
to all friends who helped us so
kindly during the sickness ai ri
death of our wife and mother
0. E. Davis Aiin family.
EAR LECTURE BY
N tir. tisiilsr.if.ljj ttpHftiifrtosdijSil
fcialiiluer ibr th& Uifllted ' Artisans
will be Her'li to Speak at the social
to be givtri by the local order to
night. A large assemblage will ti6
preset!- to hear this noted spSakef.
Mrs, Dale Bonney and Miss
Confer werS enjoylilg oriental cus
toms Sunddy; when ithey werd
taken, .througn I'dMfh to and f rod
the billl., gartie in a . Qarriagj
prorlrlled by. gale, -Bonney, fitnest
.Confer, and two ' enthusiastic as
i l - mi
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