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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 11, 1916)
Devoted to ihe Interests of. Southern Wasco County
VOL 2, NO. 44
MAUPIN, SOUTHERN .WASCO COUNTY, OREG0N, FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, J9I6
THE YEAR $1.50
Duus & Rutherford are over
hauling the thresher and header
to be ready for work the first of
The Misses Daphene Dyer and
Violet Miller : were among ' the
callers at the J. E. Miller home
C. E- Tunison Jr. and II. B?rn
um went to Flanagan Sunday to
begin work with ' the Tunison
We have cabbage,
string beans tor sale.
-A F. Mar-
J. Harris of Ridgewav, passed
through here on his way home
,f rom Portland where ha wen,t to
get a team and wagon.
: I. N. and J. 0. Winifree each
purchased a, Polandchina pig
tfrom J. E. Miller the first of the
B. 0. Nosker was driving a
new span of mules lately. 'Tb.is
is the third or fourth pair this
Bakeoven, Shaniko, Ridgeway
and Criterion were all well rep
resented at the dance Saturday
night, all report a good time. ' ;
, Rev. Ellis preached to a good. Go to Talcoty's for confectionery
congregation at the school house and icp cream.' .
here Sunday, after which trja j '
ladies served-a splendid 'basket! Hail Insurance, Maupin State
dinner. ' : ' ' " ' i Bank.'
And consider why it wilj
pay you to tirade with
me. No overhead expense,
sell for cash. Yqu get the
benefit in low prices. Now;
is the time to change, you
can't afford to wait long
er. Give me an oppor
tunity to serve you right,
LAKE'S GASH STORE
Sugar $8.6o White River Flour
$6 BUYS $1000
Field grain 'Insurance for 3 months
You pnnot 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 V ri warehouse or elevator.
MAUPIN STATE BANK
Wapinitia Items ,
,pr Miller and "daughter came
out from their summer home at
Clackamas Lake last Monday, re
turning in the evening.'
The mill shut down Saturdaj
till after harvest v
Geo. Magill and son Arby came
over from Wamic last Tnesday,
bringing over his threshing out
fit. He expects to begin work
Frank Gabel and son Harold
made a trip to; The Dalles Tues
day. Miss Dorothy Doyle and broth
er Edmond made a trip to Mau
pin Tuesday, meeting their sister
Miss Irene, who has been in
training at The Dalles hospital
the past vear, and is out on her
two week's vacation.
Dee Woodside expects to com
mence heading at his lower place
next week. '
' Mack Hollaman and family
expect to move to Clackamas
Lake Monday, where ' he will be
employed by Joe Graham.
L- D. Ielly and ' family of
Maupin,' E. A. 1 Hartman and
family and E. J. Fischer and
some others made a trip to the
Hartman' sawrnill Sunday.
'"Rev. Merle Staines and family
made a trip to Symnashb last
Supday, Mr- Staines" performing
an' Indian marriage ceremony.
Mr. a'nd Mrg. V. B. Tapp took
them up in their car..
Archie Tapp met with quite a
painful accident last Sunday by
a horse kicking him on the arm
which was broken some" "time
ago. He was at once taken to
Dr. .Elwood of Maupin, who
pronounced it dislocation of "the
Mrs. Delia Powell who has
been real low with the typhoid
fever,' js reported much better.
Mrs- W. O Wilson' caipe up
from Tygh Tuesday ip. their new
Heading commenced on the J
I. West place Wednesday.
Joe Graham came' out from
Clackamas ' Lake Tuesday morn
ing, returning in the evening.
J. R' Keep, Mr. Mears, Mr.
Cohen 'and jsevera! other men
from Portland spent several days
last week at Keep's Mill and
Clear Lake, working in the in
terest of the ditch.
A. L- Daniels left here last
week and is employed at Keep's
Mill. " ' " ' ' '
Mrs. B. L. Foreman and .son
Bill and -Miss Celia Flinn were
visitors at Maupin, Thursday. '
B. L. Foreman made a trip to
Maupin last Saturday, bringing
back a , new chopper weich he
recently purchased in Tie Dalles.
Lu Henneghan and wife and
Miss Erma Smith and Tom Hen
neghan made a trip to Keep's
Mill last Sunday and report the
water down to the big cut.
One of the most pleasing events
of the summer season was the
lawn party given by Miss Minnie
McCoy at her home Saturday
night. A , bonfire lighted the
orchard when a numher of the
young people had gathered to
ipend the evening " playin
ames. A lunch was served ai
the close of the evening's amuse
ment. " '
Postmaster Carl Pratt is the
busiest man now' days. Every
lay he is besieged by a bevy of
voung girls who are wanting
their pictures "todk" and he
spends all his leisure time in ar
ranging positions, back ground,
scenery and "such like'' and in
"snapping the camera."
C. S. McCorkle, Dorothy, Mrs.
L. Kamp and Terry Jones, Mrs.
Mary Pratt, Crystal Pratt, Harry
McMurry went ' to the Jlling-
worth place Sunday where they
had a picnic dinner on the creek.
Mrs. J. H. Gilmore, 'of Cres-
well, who is a guest of her m.6th
er, Mrs1. R. B. Sanford, and her
sister,' Mrs. Mary J?ratt,'' made a
trip to Smock Saturday, Carl.
Pratt accompanied her. They
were' guests 'at the N. Jones
home also at the old homestead
of "Mrs. Gilmore. ' ' '
Mr. and Mrs., Jake Marine who
arrived here from Pendleton left
today for a visit at the Chas
Crowfoot home on Juniper.
Miss Berl 'Prince of Portland
is staying with her grandmother
Mrs. 1 W-' H. Magill, while Mr.
Magill is away with the thresher,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Crabtree
were over from the Jake David
son place on Juniper today.
David Wilson and Mrs. Chtt
McCorkle left Wednesday for
Milt Morris was over from
Juniper Friday Mrs. Morris and
her daughter Mrs. Bigsby accom
panied him from Tygh. Percy
Driver went home with him to
run the hsader.
a new Ford. ( ' '
Mr. Joles and C'auia are busy
binding the Oresch crop.
Several children have been Bick
from the changes in the weather
throughout this vicinity.
Cecil Tunison Was a caller in
Sidney, Don and luby Wilsop
were visitors at pay Tunison'B
last Monday. '.
Mr. Coberth, went to The Dalles
this week for' another car'.1
Mrs. Muller is cooking for the
headers on the Curtis place.
Quincy Morrow after his pan
Wednesday " it havinc beeb at
Fifcheas garage for repairs.'
Go to Talcott's
for your ico
See Maupin State Bank for
E. A- Harman received a car
load of salt last week. . '
A party of fishermen from the
S. P. jt'iS. general offices in Port
land, were at Neena Supday. One
man got a fishhook paught in his
eye, and had to come to Jijaupin
to have Dr. Elwood remove it,",
The McMillian, JRussell and
Thornton families 'left Sunday
noon for the 'Willamette "V.aUe'y
and Washington, camping and
berrying on the rpad.
Darrel Elwood, who was visit
ing here last week returned home
Sunday. ' '
We are placing' on sale
200 pairs of men's and
Women's shoes that we
will sell at and below
cost. If we have your
size you can get a pair of
I 5HATTUCI1 BROS.
G. W. Bargainholt wife and
grandson,, went to The Dalles
Monday returning Thursday bring
ing doors and windows for the
T. E. Farlow and Chas. Cline
is working on the buildings at the
Tygh Valley fair grounds.
A eon was born to Mr. arid Mrs.
Joe Laudor Wednesday the 3d.
"Mr3. Fischer left for her home
it Summerville, Ore., after spend
ing a couple of weeks with her
daughter Mrs. T. J. Vhitcamb.
J. T. Courtright and wife, Mrs.
B. W- Morgan and daughter were
Vv'apinitia 'business visitors Tues
,"Clav and Leone Whitcomb snent
i i .. ...
several . days last week visiting
their aunt Mrs. Courtright.
C. A. Syron and children went
to Maupin to meet Miss Ella and
baby sister. They were returniug
from school and visiting relatives
in Willamette valley.
Lillian Yockey received a pair of
canary birds with case from her
grandma at Gridley Cal,
Rev. Lareen from Gateway ex
pects to hold services here the 3d
Sunday of this mouth.
Mrs. Wayne Spoor spent Mou
day with her aunt Mrs. Chester
McCorkle and grandfather D. A:
Wilson. They are going Tuesday
to Mr. Wilson's home at Sawettel,
Cal. 'where Mrs. McCorkel expects
to visit some time. Dorothy has
charge of the household duties
while a great aunt is visiting her
Edward Disbrow is helping F,
E.. Spoore in haying.
Mr; Veatfall of Portland came
here Thursday to look after prop
erty he bought from 'Mr. Grant a
year ago, and called on several
neighbors while here. '
A lady from the reservation i3 a
guest of Mrs. Nancy Jones.
MILES of spooth, firm, hite sandy
beach sloping gently ipto the sea no
dangerous uncjer-tow a score or more of jk- ;
ligtfully interesting oaean$de hamletssimple,
restfull life combined with different, .tasteful foods
and only .the best of summer resort ' pleasures
That's ' ' 1
' ; '"PRIDE OF THE PACIFIC"
Weather and leach conditions are just
right-therefore, GO NOW we will be
glad to hefp plau your trip. Ask for the
hw North Beach folderf-just off the
press. Fares and full information upon
application to '. . - , . .
R. B. BELL, Agent, , ,
p-W- it F. & N- cq
UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM
"Spokane Interstatejfair and Liye toek Show ept. ;4-9"
Cecil Tunison is cutting grain
for Jno. Morrow.
Anson Lindley was a caller here
this week and he and Mr. Tunison
made a trip to The Dalles.
A 10 pound son was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Grover Webb. Mother
and child are doing well.
Mrs. Clyde Kellog has been
visiting her parents Mr. anil Mrs.
Wilbuns' went to their Wapinitia
ranch this week to begin harvesting
Mrs. Doering's sister and hus
band Mr. and Mrs. Dennison
motored oyer from Grand Ronde
valley the past week.
Mr. Wilson and Sidney went to
The Dalles Monday bringing home
the; universal car
The Ford Motor Company is one of the
argest consumers of steel in the world
200,000 tons t,his year. The great
yolume of production over 500,000
cars--and the efficient Ford manufactu
ing organization brings producti n and
stlling costs down to a minimum.
That's why Ford Buyers get more car
for less money! Runabout $390;
Touring Car 440; Coupe let $5?0;
Town Car $640; Sedan $7.40; "
i, o. b. Detroit. ;0nsale,at
9 f?a "' " 1111
MAUPIN, ORE ' J
"When tjlie Harvest
Days Are Over"
You'll be, planning a,
new HOME or barn, may
be a silo or milkhouse
perhaps your district needs a
new school, or town a new church
Let our Architects make your plans '
to suit your ideals and your pocketbook.
"See Peter, Kjlpurg about, it!.'
At the Rome of.
(A biiy w.ord for good lumber)