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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (July 28, 1916)
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL. 2, NO. 42
MAUPIN, SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY. JULY 28, 1916
THE YEAR $1.50
There 40 Yrs. Ago
Sanger, Cal., July 16, 1916.
Dear Sir: I saw in your paper
something about a celebration held
in Paquet Gulch July ; the 4th,
1876. Mr. Paquet and Jerrjn
Young seem to think they are the
only men alive who were at that
celebration, but they are mistaken
'(or I was there.
I am sending you $1.50 for sub
scription for your paper
J. P. Snodgrass,
R, 2, Box 2, Sanger, Cal.
A dog and monkey showin town
Wednesday was enjoyed by the
Mr. and Mrs. Will Doyle of Ne
braska are visiting at the Home of
his brother, C. B. Doyle here.
Joe Graham, a Forest Service
man came out from Clackamas
Lake Sunday, returning Monday
Mr. Graham reports that there will
be plenty of huckleberries in the
mountains this Summer, but that
they will be later than usual, a,tid
will probably not be ripe before the
25th of August. " ' ' " '
Geo. Ledford, a forest rangei,
was out from Camas Sunday,
Robert and Vincent Tapp com
menced harrowing for Frank Gabel
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WE ARE PAYING 20 CENTS
IN TRADE FOR EGGS
Vincent Tapp was laid up a few
das last week with a large boii ou
his arm. ' '
Frank Pierce, who is helpiug
pnt 'tip the' Evick building here,
laid off a few days the last of the
week with a sprained ankle.
J. Abbott sold a band of 500
mutton sheep last week,
Mrs. JCela Driver and little son
drove over here from their Criter
ion home Tuesday visiting liSr par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lu Woodside
till Friday, Her brother' 'Ralph
accompanied her home and will re
main till after harvest. ' ''
Dr. Shannon of Tygh was called
Saturday to see Mrs. John Powell
who is quite sick. A trained nurse
is caring for her at present.
Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Rolland
Myers at Parkdale last Sunday, a
son. Mrs. Myers was formerly
Miss Anna Huston of this place.
Mrs. Marion Huston is visiting
The Stockmen of this place who
were out on the cattle ride last
week returned home Saturday,
bringing 58 head of beef cattle
which they shipped to Portland.
Harris, the stock buyer, was
here last week buying cattle.
N. V. Flinn lost a fine young
The little son of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Richardson was sick a few
days the last' of the week, and
broke out with what Dr, Fellows
pronounced chicken pox, but is
getting along Cue.
J. P. Abbott had a paper hanger
from 'Wainic over papering their
house last week. '
! Mack "Bollnman moved his fami
, !y back to their home here Satur
day after several weeks' at the
Hartman saw mill.
The new well of R. W. McCorkle
proved to not have sufficient water
in it, and the drillers are now mak
ing it deeper. They are down at
present about 290. feet, about 45
feet of water raines in the well, but
will pump put with a few hours
Lewis Voodside is getting around
on crutches now, the result of hav
ing run a nail in his foot last week.
Mr. Yockey of Smock delivered
several loads of fine berries here
Mrs. Frank Batty was quite sick
last week, but is much improved
Clins. Walker finished logginj
for the Hartman mill Friday.
Selts Miller and G. C. Allen
j were over from their, homesteads
I across the river ' Saturday and took
home three big loads of logs Sui
It looks as though there is going
to be some harvest. It is reported
iHi that E. A. Hartman has sold six
binders and three reapers lately.
Lu Henneghau has been hauling
wood from Julius Shepflin's the
Grandma Peterson was quite sick
Saturday and Sunday, but is much
Mr. and Mrs. D. Woodside, Mr.
and Mrs Earl Barzee and Mrs.
Katie Amen spent Sunday up at
the big cut, making the trip in
Mr. Woodside's car.
Grandpa Delore is on the sick
list this week.
J, P. Abbotts were visitors at
The Dalles Tuesday making the
round trip in oue day.
Wapinitia was visited by a show
Tuesday night; a large crowd turn
ed out to see the dogs perform.
It is leported that- surveyors
were at work in Wapinitia Creek
canyon J uesday lurveying the
much talked of road from here to
B, V. Tapp is hauling sawdust
end building a cellar under their
Rev, Staines recently fiuislied a
neat little addition to their house
Uian:e ana Arctne lapp aie
bachelor boys now days.
Dr. Fellows from Maupin is stop
ping in Wapinitia at present.
Lu Woodside is putting water
pipes and fixtures in his house
He has an air presure pump which
will pump the water to the house.
Miss Hilda Lake gave a five
o'clock luncheon Thursday after
noon to a few invited friends. Be
sides fier house guest, Miss Beat
rice Coffey of The Dalles were,
M,rs. T. A. Suef erf,. Miss Mildred
Suefert, Miss Lucile Fraley, Mrs.
W.'E. Woodcock and little daugh
ter Carmcl, Miss Laura Gard, Mrs.
A. M. Patisoh, Ed Burlingame and
Husty Johnson and Miss Lakes'
two brothers, Charley and Winston
completed the party.
Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Kuowles
and granddaughter Miss Ruby
Cofoot of Dufur, were guests at
the C. E. Pratt home Thursday.
Mrs. Lucretia Kant arrived Sun
day from Waitsburg, Wn. Mrs.
Kant's home is in Montana, but
she has spent the last three months
at Waitsburg with relatives. She
is a sister of David Wilson who is
spending the summer with his
daughter, Mrs. Efile McCorkle.
Mrs, Kant will make an indefinite
stay at the McCorkle home. This
is the first meeting of the brother
and sister in the past forty years.
The Beeson Bros., players, gave
an interesting entertainment in the
hall here Monday night.
L. D. Kelly and Jim Lake of
Maiipiu visited here Saturday afternoon.
France Confer and Henry Hoi
and of Juniper Flat were guests at
the Swift home Friday.
W. E. and J. E, Woodcock
made a trip to The Dalles Tuesday
for medical aid for their mother,
Mrs. J. R. Woodcock, who is very
David Crabtree of The Dalles
visited at the home of his son
Charley,' returning Monday. Miss
Gertrude Crabtree accompanied
him as far as Kingsley.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Larson and
baby Celia left on a business trip
Tuesday toThe Dalles.
Mr. and Mrs. John Magill re
turned Saturday from a five weeks
stay on Juniper at the homts of
their daughters, Mrs, May Crofoot
and Mrs. Jessia McCorkle. This
is the first time Mrs, Magill has
been away from her home for 22
years, having been confined to her
bed with rheumatism. Some 22
years ago, Mrs. Magill in com
pany with Mr. and Mrs, J. C.
Pratt, both now deceased, the lat
ter passing away nearly 21 years
ago, and Mr. Pratt dying 12 years
ago, was taken to the Warm
Springs hoping for benefit for her
rheumatism. She enjoyed the
anlomobile ride to and from Juni
per Flat recently, L. D. Kelly tak
ing her and Mr. Magill in his big
Miss Nell Conley of White Rivu
is a guest of Miss Gertrude Crab
tree and her sister Mrs. F. A.
Several drummers visited this
place last week.
Airs. Kaipn iiuan and sou are
visiting at II. E. Harvey's. II. E.
Iarvey and son and Mrs. Caroline
Harvey attended church at Maupin
Sunday. ' "
T. A. Connolly and F. S. Fkra
ing delivered four head of horses
to Mr. Kid (veil at Shaniko, Satur
day. ' ' !"
Frank Blakney has returned
home after a long chase after two
horses stolen from their pasture.
He found them both, oue at Castle
Rock and one in The Dalles. 1
W. II. Aldridge is building
granaries for bulk grain.
Konrad Hauser of Tygh was
visiting at his farm on Bakeoven
Miss Golda Fryman visited her
Mrs. L. G. Blakeney of Ridge
way is visiting at W. B. Brown's.
Mrs. Henderson and Anna are
visiting at Dufur this week.
Tygh Valley 2
A family by the name of Grimes
have taken residence in Tygh ancj
are erecting a garage on the prop
erty recently purchased of G. R.
' T, E. Morgensen announces
that four swarms of bees voluntar
ily came to some of his empty
Clyde Oliver spent Suuday with
his iolks at Tygh. He is working
at or near Grass Valley.
' Joe Xaviour went to Sherman
county to work for John Van Meter
through harvest. '
Mrs. ' Mart Fraley is on deck
again, having had quite a spell of
Miss Fern Fraley is working for
her sister, Mrs. Sidney, Hicks at
The Beesou Eros, showed at
Tygh Saturday night.
Leigh Oliver went ' to the moun
tains as packer ' for Billy Hunt's
sheep camp. They arrived there
in good condition.
Sunday, July 30, 1916: Sunday-
school 10 a, m preaching n and
8:15 p. m., song service begins 7:45
p. ni. Everyone cordially invited
to attend all services. Prayer
meeting Thursday evening 8 p. m.
G. K. Kills, Pastor.
County Agriculturalist Chase
and School Supt. iionncy were
out last Friday looking at the corn
boing grown "by the boys and girls.
They are enthusiastic over what
is being grown in this section and
make honorable mention of a
number of locul youngsters.
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You cannot afford to take the chances against wild
fires, cigarette smokers and thresher engines.
Insurance covers the grain standing, or cut, in stack,
in sack, in bulk, in bin, warehouse or elevator.
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