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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (July 14, 1916)
Iheir home ut The Dalles Friday
Woik Oil the lliir rut .1..
ditch is jirngressiug- rapidly. Tine
tlllltu t I-- 1. .
........i v., ,,Hiier nave ueen taken in
recently. It is reported that sixty
"oies, ten teet deep, loaded with
" i""uu i-c set (,it lo-dav
(Tuesday), This is expected to
loosen up a good put of the dirt in
t,,e Cl,t- is expected that a
stream of water will reach the Flat
in a short time. And say, by the
way, what is the matter with hav
ing a celebration of some kind
Qhen this long looked lor event
Harry Pratt, who has been
making his home here with G. E.
Wood the last two years, left Sat
urday for his old home in Salem.
Frank Gabel's sheep 'left herd'
Tuesday for the moutiiaiiis, I
Bill Foreman took a bunch of
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Maupin, Southuni Wasco Co.,
c.itilc to Bear creek Monday.
Mis. Mary I'eehetle has install d
a telephone in her home.
Sells Miller mid familv mmwi
to their homestead across the De
sclmtcs several days ago
Mr. Miller of the diich com any
is up from Portland looking
"ess affairs of the ditch.
Mr. Jauusnti vln owns th u. ll
drilling outfit is spending a few
days on the Flat. I
Mrs. Dee Wiight left her., fnr
An experienced powder man
rived -Monday evening fioai Poit
hmd to help in blastim? oa ti,t.
, Quite an exodus took place here
Tuesday when the Boy Scouts and'
their leader, M. H. Stains. N. VV I
Fliun and wife composed a fishing
p irty for a fishing trip to Clear
jake, am. tiiun. learning the
Ore., Friday, July 14, is"
I1-""- ''f f the news for lK-rj for a good Ion, sleep itflu- ct.,e
daughter to write, so if this uriJhra.i 1 ' "
is inexact you will know the cause.
Tygh Valley 2
Clyde Oliver Was on the sick list
Week, had I igrippe H.. jias
now gone to Sherman county in
woik although he isn't able to
Mr. Hum's outfit starts for the
"t 'in- sum,., Leigh .Oliver be
i ig one of I lu.' gan-. j
A 'hungry lamdr as they said,
Ij'inga uhok -'float full fro, Friend.
0:1 1 ''-'' r way home from U. !
I) "lion at Wapinilia, stoppul at
uie uolel limrsday evening fr
supper. They seemed to he a nice
uitncli ns well as a hungry one
Haying has begun in Tygh Val-
Jud Doering slept, till 4 o'clock
Friday afternoon. How is that
Mr. Ellis announces flint tio
Free Methodic eamim...i in,,
'Jygh will continue over next, Sun
day. At his Criterion ranch on Tnes.
day Carl Duun was kicked bv a
jcolt. He suflered two broken ribs
and another one torn loose. Dr.
Knvood reduced tho injuries.
Mrs. Neetie Muir, Tom Muir,
and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jory
left here yesterday evening to be
present at the funeral of Mrs.
Harry Muir at U'amio today.
H. N: Dodge niadi) final rimn
on u.H Homestead Tuesday before
F. D. Stuart. 0. L. Paquet and
J It. Lewis were witnesses.
. The sale of W. A. Westbrcok's
, . '
personal properly was Well utlend