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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (June 30, 1916)
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL. 2, NO. 38
MAUPIN, SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 191$
THE YEAR $1.50 5
Gets Arm Broken
Archie Tapp had the misfortune
Tuesday evening of getting his arrn
broken. He was at Maupin where
he had taken the car to rneet his
mother and sister Winnie who
were returning from Hood River.
He was cranking, the car when the
back action of the car hit on the
arm breaking it in the wrist. Dr.
Elwood was immediately called
and set it. Miss Winnie drove the
par and brought them home.
Wednesday morning during one
of the recent showers of rain, hail
Jell in T. E. Morgensen's canyon
near Tygh until, as Mr. Morgan
Ben expressed, it, he could have
shoveled up wagon loads.
Farghor and Sons made a ship
ment of sheep to. Portland recently
SENT IN BY OUR
Program for Celebration at Wapinitia
Mrs. Haviland and daughter are
with C. A. Syron and children a
B. W. Moigan and family arriv
ed home Wednesday afternoon
from White Salmon, where they
had been picking berries,
Walter Ledford and sister and
Miss Eva Syron reached their re
spective homes Tuesday evening.
They had been at Hood River
berry picking and arrived at
Maupin about half an hour top late
to catch a ride with Mr. Syron
who had hauled a load of wood.
They took a hike for home and
the girls enjojed it more than ber-
THE. UNIVERSAL CAR
The largest shoe factory in the country
makes less than one-fortieth of the
entire shoe output, but the Ford Motor
Company builds half of all the auto
mobiles made in America. This
volume is necessary to supply the
demands of people who are looking for
economy at a low cost. Get yous today
Runabout $390;Touring Car $440;
Coupe let $590; Town Car $640;
Sedan $740. All prices f. o. b. Detroit.
On sale at
Fk Aes Garage .
10:00 A. M. Parade
10:30. Music bv Band
U :00 Oration by F. W, Wilson
12:00 Noon-Dinner ' " :"
1:00 P. M. Ball game
3.30 Saddlehorse race, purse
$20; first $15, second $5
4:UU rony race, ponies under
14 1-2 handa high: first prize $10,
second $2 50
4:30 Free for all; first prize
$20, second $10
All races, three to enter, two
to start; entrance fee, 10 percent
5:15 Pie eating contest for
whites; prize $1
5:30 War Dance
6:3Q Dance at Platform
9:30 A.M. 100 yd dash purse $5
9:45 50 yd. dash, purse $2.50
10:00 Boys' race under 15, 2.50
10:15 Girlu', race, $3 '
10:30 (lirls' race under 12 $2
10:45 Fat mans'' race, $1.50
11:00 Three leg race, $2
U;15 Sack race, $2 '
lf:30 Tug of war.
1:30 P. IS,- Ball game between
teams of previous day, purse $40
3:00 Bucking contest, purses
4:00 Squaw race; first prize
one Indian robe, second silk
4:00 Second class saddle horse
race, purses $7:50 and $2.50
5:00 Race for non-winners;
first prize $7.20, second $2-50
5:15 Pie eating contest for
Indians, purse $1
5:30 War Dance
7:00 Dance at Platform
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 overlook us when you are lookingf or the
best price for your wheat
MAUPIN STATE BANK
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Fred Bichsel and family spent
Sunday with Mrs. Bichsel's mother
Mrs. Jones. Lou Jones is quite
Wilbur Mulvaney and mother
were business callers at M. P.
S. II. Mulvaney and Sid motored
to Wamic Tuesday morning.
John Confer of the Flat had two
teams and wagons at the mill for
lumber Thursday. One team be
came frightened and dashed out for
run. The driver mauaged to get
one line and no serious damage
was done. The reach was broken
but was soon repaired so that the
wagon could be loaded. One of
horses was 21 years old, but ready
for the run. "'' '
Misses Myrtle end Jva Mulvaney
were recipients of an organ lat
Thursday from their father.
The irrigation ditch company
built new bridges between the Hen
ry Mayfield ranch and Dan Ogles
by's, Chas. Cline, Orriou and Wil
is Fariow and I. T. Courtright do-
iue; the work, ,
Marion Fariow and family were
at the old home place Sunday.
Orrion Fariow went to Sherman
Mrs. Disbrow delivered four
crates of fine strawberries to Mrs.
ing again at a depth of about 350
A number of the stockmen cf
this vicinity spent several days
camping and building a large car-
rol at Sunflower Flat last week
also fixing the watering places for
Geo. Magill was over from
Wamic Wednesday looking after
Emil Heckler returned from
Portland the last of the week where
he had taken a bunch of beef caU
E. A; Hart man left Saturday for
Portland, going as far as The Dal
les in his car.
Lincoln Hartman returned home
Thursday from a month's visit in
Mr. aud Mrs. Ray Kayler were
visiting at the Barzee home Sunday
Chas. Walker and Fied Laughlin
and families wen visitors at Mau
Mr. aud Mrs. W. B. Keen rt
turned to Keeps mill a few day
ago after a visit at Portland.
Mr. Fruit's mother arrived here
from Portland Monday.
Card of Thankj
We wish to thank our friends
who so kindly assisted us during
the sickness and death of our be
loved wife and mother, and especi
ally for the beautiful flowers at the
Basil Delore, ,
Mr, and Mrs. Moses Delore and
LAID TO REST
Death enteied our midst last
Wednesday at 5 o'clock and took
from us one of the oldest pioneers
of Juniper Flat, Grandma Delore,
as she was called by every one.
Rose Peree was born at Prush
Prarie in Marion county, Oregon,
married to Basil Delore in 1864.
To this union four chilren were
born, one son surviving, Moses
who lives here, her aged husband,
five grandchildren, five great-grand
children and a host of friends re.
main to mourn her loss,
Grandma always enjoyed good
health until about ten years ago
when she was injured in a run-a
way, from which she never fully
recovered. She was very kind
The- past couple weeks hare wit
nessed more rain in this section
than anyone here remembers of
before during the month of June.
hearteu, always ready to help care
for the sick. Strangers were made
welcome at her home; she was a
good neighbor, and the long years
of pioneer experience gave' her
many opportunities to help others.
Mr. aud Mrs. Delore moved to the
Flat about forty years ago and
have spent most of their time siuce
in this community. She was a
faithful companion aud a friend to
all. Her last illness commenced
about a month ago.
Graudpa Delore he's the heartfelt
sympathy of this community in his
The funeral services were con
nucted by Rev. M. H. Staiues; in
terment made in the French ceme
tery about three miles from here.
To our Customers:
We are going' to give
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
This section of the country has
been blest with several fine rains
during the past week, the ground
being wet quite deep, which will
be of much benefit to the spring
grown grain and vegetables.
Robert and Vincent Tapp re
turned from Hood River Thursday
and are working at the Hartman
Pearl Evick, formerly of this
place retnrned here from Portand
last week driving a new Ford car.
He is visiting among relatives and
O. L. Harphan aud family of
Maupin are camping at the celebra
tion grounds, fixing up their stand
i.ud platform. James has been
hauling the lumber from the mill.
Mr. Miller and another man
from Portland were up the last of
the week looking over the ditch.
A number of the well-to-do farmers
of the Flat with others have taken
up the ditch proposition and will
commence working it soon, some
powder having already been taken
in to be used in loosening the
ground at the big cut,
Mr. McKee of Woodburn, fath
er of Mrs. L. M. Woodside of thi
place is visiting at her home, and
expects to remain until after the
The well drillers at L, M. Wood
side's got their drill fast the last of
the week and had to send to Port
land for implements to raise it, but
they have it up now and are drill.
I am now estab
lished in my new
location at the end
of the bridge.
I have a clean, fresh
stock of Merchandise
and want an opportun
ity to supply your wants
Tha quality is guar
anteed and the price is
KEB CASH STORE
Mdse. of quality
E. H. Taylor and Mrs. Taylor
and a party of friends motored out
from 'The Dalles last Wednesday
for a few hours' stay at the ranch.
Mrs. (Justis and clnldren came
from their home at Portland Sun'
day, for a few week's visit with
her sister, Mrs. Earl Tunison.
Chas. Skogsberg aud Earl Tuni-
son are hauiiner their tuel supply
from the mountains, while several
others are getting theirs from can
yons, and all find it hard earned
wood on getting it home.
A number of our citizens are
making good improvements in the
way of fencing, among them being
J. H. Baxter, Edgar Nosker, Dale
Bonney, J. B. Miller and A. A.
Supervisor Burns of the Antelope
road district is opening the Ridge
way extension to the Criterion
Bert McCready has jusl finished
drilling his well and has plenty of
good water at 56 feet.
The Earris well drillers have
started work at D. B. Appling.
J. H. Baker is stacking hay on
the Two Spring ranch for Ewen
Monday was a busy day at the
bachelor retreat of J. E. 'Miller,
Among the callers were Dale Bon
(concludcd on last page)
FOURTH OF JULY
ROUND TRIP TICKETS via the
O. W. R. R.&N.
Union Pacific System
will be sold July 1, 2, 3 and 4
with return limit oi July 5 at
excursion fares to pointi
within 200 miles
Call upon R. B. BELL
AGENT OP THB .O-W. R.&N.
for Information and Tickets
LOW FARES EAST and to
PARK. Tickets now on sale
Auk for literature and
Hunts Ferry Warehouse Co.
. GENERAL STORAGE
Flour, Feed, Salt and Supplies
Kerr Gifford & Go.
Phoenix Assurance Go., London