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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (June 25, 1915)
HE MAUFfiN TIMES
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL I, NO. 37
. MAUP1N, SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1915
THE YEAR $1.50
SENT IN BY OUR
Blaine Disbrow was a Tygh Val
ley business visitor last Friday.
Chas. Cline and Mr. and Mrs.
Dan Oglesbe were Waplnitia visit
ors last Tuesday, week.
Very warm days for strawberry
picking at C. H. Yockeys, never
theless, eveial crates picked daily,
twenty-three crates picked today,
Ice cream and strawberry festi
val at the home of G. V. Bargain
holts Sunday afternoon. Some
twenty young people Indulged in
the reception and report a fine
time, music and song as well as
Chas. Duncan finished a well for
Marion Farlow, about twelve feet
In depth, plenty of water,
John Farlow and F. E. Spoor
made a trip to Seattle, Wn., last
week. Mr. Farlow shipped a car
load of fat hogs and F. . Spoor a
carload of young beef stock. Mr.
Farlow returned Friday and Mr.
Spoor is expected soon, but Frank
likes Portland pretty well and we
don't blame him,
Wayne Spoor and wife, are here
from Catalow Valley, Ore., were
on the road ten. days. Last Sept
ember they and Deak Gordon and
f amity went to that part, took 320
acre homesteads and are well
pleaded with same.-
T. J. Whitcomb and family of
Astoria, are visiting his brother,
N. E. Whitcoitib, ltid sister teone
Johu End is building a silo on
jiis place south of Wamic, : Sam
Mulvaney having manufactured
Change of Schedule
The following change of time
of the Oregon Trunk trains be
comes effective Sunday the 27th,
about as follows. Definite figures
will be given later. No. 103,
northbound leaves Bend 7 p. m.,
arrives at Maupin 12:40 a. m.,
arriving in Fallbridge at 4 a. m.
No. 104, southbound leaves Fall-
bridge at 10:40 p.' m., arriving
in Maupin at 1:40 a. m., and at
Bend 8:30 a. m.
The sleeper and coach leave
Portland on passenger No. 8 at
6 p. m.; westbound from Fall-
bridge, sleeper on No. 3, coach
on No. 5. Nos. 103 and 104 will
be mixed and 304 and 305 and O.
T. 306 and 807 will be discontin
the lumber, Mr. Mulvaney's saw
mill runs daily, Me has machin
ery to make any and all kinds of
lumber; has in two planers.
Grandma Farlow visited at her
sou's T, F. Farlow, Sunday, a
Sunday School held every even
ing at the Baptist church, and
prayer meeting Sunday evening.
Evans Parrish was home Sun
day. He is engineer at the Hart
man sawmill on White river.
Mrs. Pierce is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Wm. Stakely.
Those battling iumber from
Mulvaney's saw mill last week
are, Amos Johnson, of Wamic,
Wilbur Wing of Tygh Valley,
Herman Gesh and John End of the
Wamic cotltitry, also Dee Tallcott.
We often read of hikers in differ
ent parts of tlie world. Well
Smock had hikers that lett all
neighbors and friends in 111011 ruing,
to think thSt they had no chance
to say good bye and no word yet,
and we are w&uderittg if they are
Last Frid3y night was a big
event for the local Artisans. Dr.
Eshleman was out from The
Dalles and delivered a lecture.
R. H. Drake, district organizer,
was also present.
The following officers were
elected for the ensuing term:
Dee Tallcott, grand master;
J. E. Miller, superintendent;
Clyde Oliver, treasurer; Mrs. D.
A. Moad, inspector; R. B. Bell,
secretary; B. D. Fraley, senior
conductor; Gussie Derthick, Jr.
conductor; lea Derthick, master
of ceremonies; Andrew Cun
After the transaction of busi
ness ice cream and cake were
served free to the public and a
big dance was enjoyed by all. .
Marapk Sitaft Bank
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in Steels, in Sack, if In Warihomie'
Genera! EamkiBg Business, Loams, Wheat Burying,
Safely Deposit Boxes' for Rent," Collections.
still on the hike.
The Woodcock & Kennedy saw
mill is running with full crew and
filling orders of all kinds.
The young people are looking
forward to a pleasant' time next
Sunday as they are invited to par
take of strawberries and after
sweets at the home of Miss Lillian
P. E. Spoor and T. J. Whit
comb were business visitors at
Notice is hereby given that
the County Superintendent of
Wasco County, Oregon, will hold
the regular examination of ap
plicants for State Certificates at
the new Court House as follows:
Commencing Wednesday, June
80, 1915, at 9 o'clock a. m., end
continuing until Saturday, July
3, 1915, at 4 o'clock p. m.
Wednesday forenoon, Writing,
United States History, Physiolo
gy. 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 afternoon, Grammar,
Geography, American Literature,
PhyBics, Methods in Language,
Thesis for Primary certificate.
Friday forenoon, Theory and
Practice, Orthography, English
Literature, Chemistry. .
Friday afternoon, School Law,
Geology, Algerbra, Civil Govern
ment. Saturday forenoon, Geology,
Saturday afternoon, General
History N Bookkeeping!
CLYDE T. BONNEY,
County School Suet.
Money transmitted cheaply by Drafts
1915's New Home Building Standard
Every pefp'son "who contemplates building a HOME
should know that HOME BUILDING now ranks among
It is not enough to merely supply the necessary raw ma-terialST-todav
the real lumber merchant the Professional
Home Builder, if you .please-must b. thoroughly equip
ped to satisfy his .cuBtomera in ways unthought of ten
years, five years ago-yes. last year. f' . r
And in all of these ways the Tum-A-Lum Lumber Com
pany is fully equipped. Our Plan Book ,pf HOMES ! is
beyond question the most attrrctive ever placed before
the public. . ...
The qualities and properties of every desirable material
are fully explained., and demonstrated, and various com
binations of construction material, finish, hardware and
color schemes are presented for approval.
We supply complete data about that new JIOME- no
trouble-no worry-jio "Jigurin" and ho delay. .
ASK TO SEE OUR FREE PLAN BOOK OF HOMES
. We're here to stayi ;
And doing business that way,
"Set Peter Kilburg about It"
.. . - at
THE HOME OF TUM-A-LUMBER
M. P. Grant's folks have left for
an indefinite time. 1
T. J. Hill returned from liis trip
to the Blue Bucket mine.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Russell and
son Vene were visitors ai tne
home of Mrs. G. K. Noble yesterday.
Mariori and Chas. Farlow have
purchased a new header to do their
grain cutting with:
J. E. Kennedy has some rnen on
Smock this week mowing the al
falfa. Ipha Howell returned hoiiie Sat
urday after a short stay at Marioii
Beheading is in progress on
Smock. Mrs. Geo. Thornton
heard a slight sound among her
chickens one day and oil going to
discover trie trouble, found "a por
cupine of immense size, sleeping
sonndlv in her woodshed. She
carefully crept upon him severing
his head from his body fjuickly
with a shafp axe.
A. F; Russell made final proof
on his Homestead baturaay at
Chas. Farlow went to Maupin
Saturday returning with a large
load of swine feed the same day.
M, P. Thorutori took several
crates of strawberries to Maupin
Duus, brother ot the groom, as
best man. Only immediate tela
tives of the family were present.
The hrtdp ujh trnanpH in a rirpss
Lit f . o " "
of beautifully embroidered white
ergSndie mid Wore a 'veil aiid
wreath of orange blossoms and'
carried a bouquet of pink .roses.
The groom was dressed in the cot)-"
The happy couple stood tinder a
large vvllitfe Wedding bell sfnd the
room's were profusely decorated
with white ribbons, piflk rosfes 6u8
After the ceremony ice cream
and cake were served.
The bride and groom went im
medially to their new home. Mr;
and Mrs, Duns are estimable
young people and the whole com
munity vie with "'each other iii
wishing theni a happy married
Beautiful in every detail was
the wedding of Miss Pearl Iser
bergand Guy Harvey on Sun
day, June 13, at the home of tlv
bride's mother at Hood River,
Oregon. The parlor had beer
made a bower of beauty, a large
arch of pink and white roses en
circled the double west win
dows, and green branches, bowl?
and jardinieres were filled with
the beautiful and fragrant blos
soms. The dining room waf
decorated with white Shasta
Preceeding the ceremony Mrs.
J. H. Woodcock sang in het
sweet voice, "I Love You Truly,"
Miss Neva Harvey at Jthe piano.
Promptly at two o'clock, to the
strains of Lohengren's wedding
march the bridal party, led bv
Mrs. Howard Isenberg, as ma
tron of honor, came into the
room and took their places be
neath the arch. The groom was
attended by Howard Isenberg.
The solemn and impressive words
of the ring service were spoken
by Rev. W. B. Young of Ash
berry M. E. church.
The bride looked dainty and
sweet in & handsome dress of
white Crepe de chine over white
isilk net, carrying an arm bouquet
Lbf white carnations and maiden
hair ferns tied with broad silk
ribbon galize, ldng loops and
streamers. The matron of honor
was gowned in a handsome
dress of blue silk crepe The
groom and best rtian were in
conventional black: Dainty re
freshments 6'f ice cream and
cake were served. The bride
and goom took their departure
for Portlond cind Forest Gaove.
The bride's1 going away suit
was a srriart tailored brown Pan
ama, witn cream coioreci lace
waist, white Panama hat trim-
ned in cream with white velvet
pond lilies. : They will bo at
lome at Wamic, Ore., afUsi June
30, where the groom who is a
prosperous rancher, .has a cozy
home fitted for his bride. The
best wishes of numerous friends
follow them to their new home.
A very quiet but extremely
pretty wedding . was solemnized
Wednesday evening the 16th, at
3 o'clock at the home of Mrp,
Ida Overman, 412 Fulton street,
The Dalles, when Miss Mildred
Overman became 'the bride of
Bert E. Davis,
The bride wore a dainty gown
of white dimity. She carried
carnations and fern in a shower
effect, Mary and Helen Over-
nan, sisters of the bride, wore
jvhite lingerie frocksi They pre
ceded the bride to the altar,
brewing rose petals in her path.
An improvised arch of pink rosea
and fern, capped with a lover's
knot of tulle, was formed and
under this the bride and groohl
took their places The living
room was decked with pink roses
and ferti and the other rooms
were tastefully decorated w)th
clusters of red roses.
The wedding march was play
ed by Mrs. D. C. Towlie of
Rufus, Oregon. Miss Elizabeth
Altermatt of Rufus sang "A
Perfect Day." he Rev, Nathi
m Evans, pastor of the Method
ist church, fead the impressiv
Mr. and Mrs. rJavis are domi
ciled at their home in the south
arn part of Wasco county where
Mr. Davis owns a large ranch
An account of the Duus-De-camp
wedding is given in the
Criterion Chronicles on this page;
There will be a bin
cel.-braiio'ii July 2, 3
and 4 it
J. W. Ayres' made a trip to
Tygh Vajley Saturday and pur
chased a flock of Jersey cows. He
says there is more money in Jersey
cows than any other kind.
Wedding bells were never sound
ed more, joyous than those which
chimed for the happy event of the
first Criterion wedding oh Thurs.
dav. Tune 17. at 8 a. m. at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr,
and Mrs. R. II. DeCatnp, when
their daughter, iDollie .was united
in marriage to Crl A. pnus, Rev.
G. E. Wood of Wapiuitia officiated
In a pleasing "and iinprssive man
ner. . ,
, Mrs. J. Arthur Gamber acted as
matron of honor and John A.
Ernest Tayler and family have
been on a ten days' business and
pleasure trip to The Dalles aiid
returned Friday last,
Dale Bonuey and wife are so
journing for a few days at Tygh
Valley and Warm Springs,
Frank Buzan is spending the
week end at home.
John Duus of Eslacadaj Oregonj'
is visiting his brother C. A, for a
Mrs, G, U. Wood accompanied
her husband to the DeOamp Duus
L. B. DcCamp left Friday for
an indefinite stay at The Dalles, j
J, E. Miller attended election of
officers of the Artisan order at
Maupin Friday night!
Mrs. J. Arthur Gamber, after a
few weeks' visit in this community
left Friday morning for a visit to
relatives at Portland and Seaside.
R. R. Crabtrec is moving his
house closer to water and other
wise improving his premises,
Vera Canfield and, Paul DeCanip
last week received their diplomas
and letters of, congratulation from
Superintendent Bouney. Needless
to say these, young people are high-
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) THE STOVE WiTH THE
PERFECT BLUE FLAME
A partial, list of satisfied
tisers of this wonderful
ly pleased Over results of their ex
E. Hunt last week shipped a
car of fat sheep to Portland
continued' o'u last page,)
SHATTUGK BROS. MAUPIN
Hrs, Chas; Crofoot;
Mrs. L; D. Kelly,
Mrs, F. M. Confer,
Hrs. L. C. Wilhelm;
Mrs. G. Woodruff,
Mrs. E. H. nodgrassj
Mrs. L. B. Kelly,
Mrs. John V. Martini
Mrs. E. J. Styer;