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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 22, 1916)
Supplement to The Maupin Times, Vol. 2, 50
Flour, Feed, Salt and Supplies
AGENisroR Kerr Gifford & Go.
Phoenix Assurance Co., London
Hunts Ferry Warehouse Co.
Answer on Tygh Fair
or she would realize we are only a
small vicinity after all, and that
we strive hard every year to make
a showing at all. The person evi
dently anticipated another rose
festival, and it is too bad we made
such a poor showing when we
were so closely watched and criii
cized by such a distinguished gueM
. , The person also made several re
marks about the Wapinitia band.
We wish to say that we were per
lttlly satisfied with the inun
which they so generously reudeitd
us, and had we known this pers(
did not like the music we glndl;
vould have asked the band tocea
Should this person come ,
i ext ear, we must prepare ou -tilws
and fix things up touii lit.
Maupin, Southern Wasco Co.,
and cgmmence teaching our rusty
selves how to behave in the pres
ence of so. distinguished ;i superior.
Sept. 24, 1916
Services as fullows: Sunday,
Sunday-s.'hool 10 a. m., preaching
II a. m. Song service 7, pleach
ing 7:30 p.' in.
''Midweek, Tu sday evening song
praeica 7:o0; Thursday evening,
prayer meeting 7:30. ,
All are cordially invited to at
tend. G. It Ellis, Pastor.
If the other fellow could not fix
our watch bring it to Emmoni
Ore., Friday, September 22 1916
Mibs Ella Syron was a pasaengei
to Sherar Monday, to aUnnd teach
ers' institute in The Dalits M
Syron has a school on the Flat an
will commence teaching the 25
G, W. Barguinholt began seed
W. H, May field and fnuiy ami
R. C. Duncan and fan.' . ..re in
tht! mountains for ivho.i e lieni
Wilbur M uU 11 . .1 ii bear
'uniing M 'in! r H lire re
ported plentiful ami coming down
from the mountains.
Th" Rev. Lar.-ou of Gateway
conducted services here Saturday
evening, Sunday morning and
O. K. Fleck lost a good horse
J. W- Farlow is on the jury for
the coming court.
Considerable garden truck and
farm products from this place
were on exhibit at the Tygu fair.
Virgil May Held is home attend
ing the slock while his p iientd are
in the mountains.
Mrs. Geo. Ledfurd sp nt a week
at tlits Summit with lier luinu.nid,
going on horseback to and from.
S. II. Mulvaney and Jo.m Gor
don moloied 10 i 1 e Dalles i.uduj
John Horn, who has been in
partnership in the blacksmith
onsiness at Wapinitia has bought
the shop at Tygh Valley and will
n I net the smithing business
' that place.
W D. R 'berts brought to the
Times ofliee this week some fine
simples of Hacliensack muskmel-011-
Rocky Ford watermelons, and
Flat Dutch cabbage which -vas
greatly appreciated1 by the printing
Friday mid Satirdny there will
be a Tutii-u-Luin silo raising at
John V. Martins on the Flat under
the supervision of Jobe Crahlne
with all the help obtainable 011
A mad sheep dog passing
through the country bit dogs be
longing to Messrs Martin, Delcoe
anil Dyer, also two cows for W.
II Williams. The dog was later
shot and the head sent away 'for
examination which proved to be
rabid. Look out for dogs that
s iow any symplo ns of going mad
and it is advisable to have them
killed immediately if there are
Mrs Muir is overhauling her
residence near tho spring.
Mrs. Jobe Cr. htree's mother!
is sick with rheumatism.
Dr. Shannon of Tyeh Valley
was in Mali in Tl.ur.-i.u .
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