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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (June 23, 1916)
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Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
MAUPIN, SOUTHERN WASO COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1916
Tuesday night a dance was giv
qn to invited guests in ShaUj:ykJn
ball in honor or Walter Scott, one
qf the 0. N. G., who was cajledi
to the Clackamas encampment for
drill. After spending a couple
pleasant hours at the hall. Mrs. D,
A. Moad invited all to her home
where she and Mrs. Miller had
beautifully decorated for the oc:
c,nsion in the American colors and'
served ipe cream, and, cake. Mr.
Scott was escorted, to the train by
bis friends as the lust number of
the evening's program.
The Maupjn Brans Band w.ill go
to Dufut Saturday to furnish
music, for, tlje Colt, Show.
W. E-. KurM -H'ty be in Maupin
pn June 27 t,o 30 to buy hogs or
cattle that are fat, and will, receive
and shtyoulj on July 1st.
SENT IN BY OUR
John Gordon left her.e Monday
to visit, liis son Deek and family at
Frank, Tilitson and daughter
Mariorie and Mr. and Mrs. Gabe
Stakely of Tygh Valley were here
looking after their ranches last
Mrs. John Landor's father, brother
and sister are visiting her from
Mrs. Cora Smith was a business
visitor at Maupin, Monday.
T. T, Whitcomb, and family wfas
Wednesday visitors at his sisters
THE UNIVERSAL PAR
Ypu want to know what your moror
car will do. The million-car Ford
performance answer? your question.
Suplying the motor car needs of all
classes, the For4 is pperated and
maintained in city or country for about
tVo cents a inile with universal Ford
service behind it. Touring Car $440;
Runabout $390; Coupelet $50;
Town Cat $640; Sedan $740, f. o. b.
Petroit. On display and sale at
Mjs. L,eone Qourtright.
John Iiowell is hauling lumber
for a new barn.
The Morgan family are enpected
home soon from White Salmon
where they have been during the
Mr, Ayres was reelected; director
at the school meeting held Mpnday.
D. A. Harvey and Geo. Euders-
tjy of Juniper Flat was business
visitors at J. V. Farlow's Monday.
Several attended the I. O O. F.
memorial service held Sunday at
J. W, Farlow and wife and Mrs,
I,illy Farlow motored to Maupin
Friday to see Dr, El wood.
J. W. A.yers and J, y, Farlow
ohipped hogs from Maupin Mouday.
Mrs Henry Mayfield is enter
taining her sister Mrs. John Iewis
arid family of VVapinitia
Cecil Mayfield was working on
the Gate Creek grade a few days
BJain Disbrow is night watjeh at
Mulvaney Bro's. MuL
Mrs. Minnie Bargainholt, Mrs.
Cora Smith and children, Mrs,
Mary Spoor, and Linda Mayfield
bad a picnic on Gate creek. They
claim it was a fishing party but
we saw no fish.
Wayne Spoor is assisting his
father to buiffl" a tfcw house.
Mrs. T. E.
were i uesclay
Mr. and Mrs. Fleck were at J.
W, Farlow's Thursday.
R. C, and Wrn. Stakely are
occupying the Gabe Stakely house
and cutting wood.
There was a small attendance at
Sunday school Sunday there being
so many away at this time.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Tuuison
and daughter Vera' and Kenneth
Haines have been spending a few
days at the home of J, lunison.
Leonard Chastain spent a few
days in this vicinity during the
We are glad to say the ditch has
been fixed, and the roadp made
passable near Harvey Martin's
Mrs. Iva Neihouse was visiting
with her sisters Mrs, Bert Brown
and Mrs. Brittain.
Mr. and Mrs. Coberth made a
trip to Warm Springs this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Morrow
and daughter Mabtl spent, a few
days nt John Morrow's ranch.
A large delegation passed
through here to M.oro Tuesday.
Mrs. C. E. Tunison, and Vera
were visiiiug at Ray unison's
Base Ball Notes
At the stockholders' meeting of
the Southern Wasco County Fair
Association in Tygh Valley Satur
day' incprporatibn for the sum of
$5000 wab effected. Fjarty one
acres of land was purchased from
W. 11. McAt'ee, on which perman
ent buildings will be erected.
The following officers and board
ot directors were elected: W.' II.
McAtee, president; F. C. Butler,
secretary! .T. h. Kennedy, vice
president; j: T. Harper, treasurer
I. L. Hauser, L. D. elly, JYS
Brown and fYB. Ingles,' directors.
Last Sunday Maupin went to
Grass Valley where 1 they defeated',
the combined Grass Valley and'
Moro teams by a' score ol 8 to 3,
N'eit Sunday Dufur'will come to
Maupin to play the thir'd game for
this season, each, team having one
game to their 'credit. Everybody
come as this will be the last game
of the season on the home diamond
Tho locals' will go'W'Wapinitia
the Fourth' of July, which will bp
tlia last game of the saason. "
J. A- Lake who opened, a store
at the ' end of the seel bridge a
short time ago, seems t.o be starting
out to do a lively business. He is
adding new items to his stock every
New heating aparatus has been
installed and hot baths can be had
on very short notice at 'Talcott'e.
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison of. Tygh
Valley, leave Monday o attend
ministerial institutes at Pullman
and Eugene and yisit the jatter'B
Odd Fellows Initiate
The local I. O. O. F. had anoth
er big time Saturday night when
E. H. Snodgress, R. B. Bell and"
C. II. Crofoot were" initialed into
the first mysteries of the order.
Tasty ' refreshments were not for-"
ten and the bdvs declare a good
time and another one coming next
Saturday night when the initiation
will be completed.
A. F. Martin's cow waa struck
Sunday afternoon by the passen
ger train and seriously 'injured.
SERVICE AND SAFETY
Service because we are the handiest Bank for you
to deal with, we know your wants and are prepared
to take care of them. Safety because you know our
Stock holders and their circumstances.
Don't overlook us when you are looking for the
best price for your wheat-
MAUPIN STATE B A N II
Farlow and sons
callers at Leone
To our Customers:
We are going' to g'ive
you Absolutely FREE
$185.00 of High Grade
Aluminum Ware now
on display at our new
Get your coupons with
every cash sale or 30
STORE OF BETTER SERVICE
(too late for last week)
W. O. Wilson and family
at White River again for
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Tunuison,
Mabel and Emma Morrow went
camping for a few days taking in
the Farmer's Union Annual picnic
at Friend. They report a good
time and a large attendance.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
C. York Wilson Friday evening.
Mother and son are doing well.
Harold Curl is is at home with
his family, from Bend,
ljuite a number or the young
people from here attended the pic
nic at Friead.
Jean Doering, formerly of this
place and wife have been spending
several days in the neighborhood
The sudden changes in the
weather have put quite a few in
the neighborhood on the sick list.
Miss Bessie Martin spent a few
days here this week with her sister
Mrs. David Mayfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Coberth of The
Plant attended the Rose festival.
Miss Rova Houston, Vincent
Tapp jr. and Harry Gabe! visited
at the homes of Wilson and Ray
lunnison, last Sunday.
White River welcomes Mr, Ellis'
back as their pastor for another
year, also Mr. Baker as supply.
Mr. and Mrs. David Mayfield
are spending the week end at t -ie
home of Harvey Martin.
Quiiicy Morrow is substituting
at The Plant while Mr. Coberth
The Boy Scouts of Wasco came
through here on their way home
from Warm Springs. There were
fourteen of them and their leader,
Miss Ora Martin is home from
Mrs. Clyde Kellogg was visiting
at the home of her parents last
New House to be Built for Mr. and
Mrs. O. B. Derthick
, be built for Mr.
and Mrs. O. B. Derthick
on their ranch about 5 miles from
Maupin. Mr. and Mrs. Derthick selected
the new home from the TUM-A-LUM plan books,
House No. 419. Their new home has been redesigned by
the architects of the Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co. to embody neces
sary change? they desired. The building wiil be 22 x 34 with a fu)
front porch, a living room, dining room, kitchen, bed room, den, and
bath room on the first floor. The kitchen will havo the latest cabi net
work, including kitchen cupboards, drawers, flour bins, and
closets for pots and pans. There will be three bed rooms '
with closets - - - upstairs. Mr. - - - Derthick
will build a - : full basenient r - underthe
house; Mr. : - - Kilburg states ----- Turn -A-kum
Lum- - - ber Company ' - - - - fras now
over 200 r - - modern bunga ----- low and
designs of - - homes in their - - - - collection
which they - - - loan to their ----- custom
ers for the - p u r p o s e of - - - choosing
their new - - - house, and he - - - - - states
also that : they are glad - - - always
to work ov - - - er any designs and make any necessary
changes in - - the plans to suit individual requirements
By means of their new guaranteed price
system it iB possible to get an exact cost
on all the lumber and mill work necessary
to build the house before erection, and fur
ther states that material left over can be
returned to yard and credited on Recount
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"See Peter Kilburg about it"
TUM-A-LUM LUMBER CO.
The home of 'Tum-A-Lumber'