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THE MAUPfiN TI
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL. 3, NO. 10
MAUPIN, SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 15, 9I6
THE YEAR $1.50
Card of Thank
A note of thanks mid highest
sppeciatiou is extended to all the
Mud friends and neighbors who
fiided Benjamin F. Ricnardsou and
fiiinily in their great sorrow, occa
sinned by the loss of their beloved
wife and mother Mary Catherine
Signed on behalf of the children
tuid relatives and for himself by.
Benjamink F. Rjcharson.
SENT IN BY OUR
Many were in attendance at the
Thanksgiving dance given here a
week ago last Thursday night, a
number of persons coming from
Do your roofa leak?
Are your barns warm?
Are your cattle and
You insure against
Possible Fire, have
That shelf you
promised the wife
The playroom in
the attic made of
you painted against CER we showed you this
TAIN DEPRECIATION? fai. proper repairs
Have you thought of
doing repair work
there is no BETWEEN
SEASON This is the
. There will be many
days when the weather
makes outside work
disagreeaqle or even
impossible. Do the
INSIDE REPAIRS then.
add to the VALUE of
your property as
well as convenience,
List down the
items and let us
tell you how
little the material
will cost you.
WE HAVE THE GOODS.
ALL YOU HAVE TO DO
IS TO PLAY THE GAME
"See Peter Kilburg about it"
"Tum-A-LuKiber" "a buy word for good building
'all that's good in coal or wood"
for Christmas. The big
gest and best assort
ment in the city.
See my special on all
Christmas Candy ord
ers, it will pay you.
A wonderful delight for
a Christmas gift or any
A glance vill convince you
LAKE'S CASH STORE
For Pleasing Service
other places. Parties from Ma upin,
Juniper Flat, Tygh, Smock and
Oufur participated in tho pleasant
enjoyment. Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Miller gave the supper for the
dances, serving oysters and other
Mack Palmateer and Uncle Kd
Driver are among those who are
confined to their beds with an at'
tack of lagrippe,
W. E, Woodcock now drives a
Ford, having purchased the car
while in The Palles recently.
The school children will give a
play here the 22nd inst.
Lula Wing of Wallace, Idaho,
is visiting her. father, Lh Wi"gi
and other relatives here.
Mrs. A. E. Lake celebrated Mr,
Lake's birthday with a nice din-
nor, inviting a few of his friends
who enjoyed the elegant repast,
The Dramatic Club has begun
rehersals for an entertainment to
be given before Christinas.
Roy. G. E. Wood of Wapinitia
preached a sermon in the church
here Sunday and in the evouing
he gave a practical lecture.
Mrs. IJffieSwift is suffering with
a carbuncle on her left arm, and
had to go to Tygh to consult a
Mr, and Mrs. A. J. Swift are
visiting relatives in Portland,
A. E. Lake had several loads of
freight brought from the station
last week, Tom and Frest Swift
hauling the freight,
Miss Katie Spath spent week be
fore last with her parents here, re
turning again to Dufur,
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Harvey went
to their home on the Deschutes
Harvey Bros, and C. S, Mc
Corkle shipped a carload of hogs
to . Prrtland Saturday. Henry
Wing assisted Mr. McCoi'kle in
getting the bogs to Sherur.
T. E. Kennedy returned Sunday
eveuing from Portland where he
accompanied Mrs. Kennedy and
daughter Lucile, who will spend
the winter In the city.
Many children are still suffering
from whoopinu cough.
Delbert McCoy is very sick with
Miss Dorothy McCorkle came
out from lhe Dalles and spent
Thanksgiving with her parents.
Miss Crystal Pratt came over
from Juniper to spend Thanksgiv
ing day with her parents. She
hud an agreeable surprise when
arriving home, her father present
ing her with an elegant cedar hope
chest which he had daintily fash
The ground here has a covering
of about four inches of snow, six
or more inches fell a week ago.
SEE. US FOR
RUBBER FOOTWEAR g
We have the Famous
None Better Prices Right
Wool Sox for Men
John Horn killed a beef las
week and has taken it to town.
He expects to bring home a new
wagon also tlia buggy they had to
leave at Dufur when they returned
from The Dalles. On account of
bad roads, they had to ride horse
back from there. As soon as the
roads are good they expect to
bring out their Butok.
Mr. Moore resumod his duties
at Sherar station Wednesday
Mr. Kelson is ,on his vacation
and Huston Johnson is looking
after the iutorests of Sherar bridge
Ray and Cecil Tunison were in
The Dalles on business last week.'
On account of the snow and had
weather the ladies of Wapinitia
could not get to White River with
the Bazaar articles, and owing to
the same cause the supper wasn't
as well attended as we had plan-
Mr. and Mrs, J. G. Tunisou left
last Saturday for Porland and Cor
vallis where Mr. Tunison's brother
is quite ill.
Mrs. Emma Morrow and Mabel
came home from Haines where she
has peen caring for Mrs. Haines
and the three bays who have been
quity sick with whouping cough.
Jas. Cook was called to Maupin
this week by tho illnesB of his sis
ter, Mrs. Johnson.
A carload of hogs were ehipped
from Sherar Saturday night, Har
vey M'H'tin overseeing thein to
Mr. and Mrs. C. 15. Tunison and
daughter Vera have gone to Port
land to spend the holidays with
Earl Tunison's. C. E, was also
called to Corvallia on account of
his brother's sickness. t
While hauling wheat to the
platform Mouday Harold Curtis
broke a hind Vheel of his wagon.
Waniio Saturday returning Mon
John Lewis preached in the
church here Sunday evening,
Geo. Flinn has been visiting at
the homo of his brother N. U.
Fliun the past week.
Mr, and Mrs, Lu Woodside have
both been sick with the Lagrippe
but are reported tq be some hotter
at this writing.
A number of girl friends of
Vivian Burzee were invited to her
home Saturday afternoon to help
celebrate her eleventh birthday.
A Bplcnduid lunch was served by
Mrs, M irzpc. All seomd to enjoy
themselves, and wished Vivian
many more such happy returns of
A party was given in ( ! i f'.ick
hall last Wednesday by Lis
Batty in honor of V da Evans,
who was visiting Lois. Miss
Evans left the last of the week
for her school at Bakenveu.
Gid Raines is very poorely at
present, lining din lined to his bed
most of the time thtfyast week.
Julius Shepllin and Geo.
Plyhley is busily engaged putting
up wood, They expect to have
200 ricks by Ghrislmas.
Ray Beuuett who has been em
ployed on lhe ditch the past
season, lelt tor bis home at Clack'
amas last Thursday.
Joe Graham left here Monday
for Clackamas lake, Dee Wright
taking him part of the way with
a team and he expects to make
the rest of ibe trip on skein.
Bill Maynard and Al Daniels
.eft here Tuesday for Keeps null
going in to move out Mr. Daniels
G. E, Wood purchased several
head of cattle, Monday of Ollis
Saturday was hog day here, a
number taking hogs to Maupin.
Court House Notes
Caroline Harvey et al to J. W.
Hoech W. D. lots 2 and 3, sel-4
nwl-4, el-2 swl-1.
Louis C. Dickinson & wile to
Floid S. McKelvey W. D. lots
12 8, sel-4 nwl-4, Sec. 6r. 8 S.,
R. 17 E.
Eweti MuLennan to C. A. Duus
W. D. sel-4 swl-4 Sec. 5 T. 6
S , R 15 E.
Ewen McLennen to
pling W. D. nl-2 sel
T. 6 S R. 15 E.
The Proper Place to Get Presents forr CHRISTMAS
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A cbinook wind struck here
Monday causing most of the snow
to disappear, oreeks to run and
ponds to fill, and water hauling is
Prof. Paterson was over from
Smock last Saturday calling on
lamie Abbott left last week for
his school in Portland.
Ernest Parqnett who has been
gone the past year, returned to
his home hero last Saturday.
0. L Paqnctt went to Portland
the irtt of the week taking a ear
load of hogs,
Bill McClain met with quite an
accident the first of the week.
He was lo;i(ling hogs with a team
and a chain they were using flew
hitting him on the head injuring
him quite severely, but seems
about 0. K. now.
Mr. and Mrs. Keller who have
n sided on a homestead near here
have moved to Maupin.
A Christmas program is being
prepared and will be given in the
A little son was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Geo, Beehe last Friday, but
passed away Saturday morning.
T) n An- It was nuneo in me jv.miy eein-
4 Sec. HI, ;elery.
Mr. and Mrs G. Wood went to
Thursday afteruoo:' W. L.
Morrison purchased the black
smith stand at Tygh Valley form.
erly owned by 0, M. Fraley. Mr.
Horn, who has owned the shop
the past few months will retire to
the farm the first of the year,
when Mr. Morrison will take
charge of the shop.
OPERA HOUSE TO
One of the most valuable assets
from a social and educational
standpoint to this community will
have been established upon the
completion of Shattuck Bros. hull.
There will be a grand opening
Saturday uight the i6th, when the
four act military drama, Her
Friend the Enemy will be present
ed. No expense has been spared
to make this a success.
The latest improvement is the
erection of a modern up-to-date
stage including everything from
foot lights to drop-curtains. The
permanent scenery which is being
built by A. C. Moad and B. Shat
tuck is being artistically painted
Mr9. Morgenscn. fhe painting of
the scenery includes the painting
of all curtains and wings,
A sufficient number of collapsa
ble benches with backs are being
constructed to make seating ca
pacity for 500 peoplij, '
Monday morning an automobile'
oarrying several commercial men
from Bend to Madras skidded
while rounding an icy curve, and
went over an embankment, 250
teet. Mr. Suthwick was killed,
Mr. Burch seriously injured and
not expected to live Tim rest of
the party escaped uninjured,
Thos. Flanagan and family at
tempted making the trip to Port'
land last week by auto, but were
compelled to desert the idea and
complete the trip by train, leaving
their car' ut The Dalles until, . the
and completed in every detail by j roads are in better condition.
iSat. Dec. 23rd
Sat. Dec. 30
Six Piece Orchestra
Supper at Miller's Hotel
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith
Harrysville, North Carolinia ar
rived last Wednesday and are stop.
ping at E. K. Hansen's for a short
time. Mr, Smith says they have
returned to Oregon for good; that
it looks better to them than N. C.
Shattuck Bros have successfully
installed a Delco electric light
system in the new residence of 0,
B. Derthick. The first liphts were
turned on a few days ago.
R. W. McShane returned home
Monday from Moxee City, Wu.,
where he attended the funeral of
,his father, who died very sudden
ly a couple weeks ago of gastritus
A Christmas program will he
given at the church here
Christmas evening, Jiveryone is
invited to attend and an enjoyable
time is anticipated,
ii m m
aupin Drug Store
We can suit the whole family. Come in and let us help you
make a selection. Prices within reach of everybody
the FORD' man
Is also agent for the follow
ing Popular Cars:
Let him tell you about terms