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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 12, 1917)
Devoted tp the Interests of Southern Wasco Cowty
VOL. 3, NO. 14
SOUTHERN WSCO COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY I?, 1917
THE YEAR $1.59
pi in Br oun
Wainic, Jan. 8,
The Farmers' Warehouse Asso
ciation held a meeting here Tues
(1 vy. Harvey Martin and Bert
Brown of lower Tygh attended jthe
The Roek and Gate Creek Ditch
Co. held their annual meeting
Miss Pearl Thompson, who nurs
.! Mrs. Myrtle Swift ' through htr
i count illness went Thursday to
her home in Tygh yalley.
. A dance was given Friday night
at J lie home of Mr. and Jrs. Chas.
Duncan. A number persona went
from here. Lee Kenueday was
floor manager and gid Mnlyany
and Andy Ba'la furnished tjie
music. A midnight supper was
A. M. Patison purchased 160
acres of farm land last week from
W. H. Magill, paying $2500, '
J. R. Woodcock sold his entire
herd of cattle last week to Orange
Britton and Wilbur Wing. , The
cattle brought $1000.
A boy baby was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd Johnson - on the 2nd.
Ralph Nelson is home from sev
eral months' stay in the Willam
Lewie McCoy, after spending a
few days here, left Friday for a
business trip to The Ialles. His
home-is at Frieda.
Little Leslie Woodcock, son of
Mr.' and Mrs. JamesVoodcock has
Merchandise at a cheap
price is common, but real
Merchandise at a cheap
price is a rarity.
Honest Mdse. at honest
prices is my slogan.
Start right and I will
keep you right.
Get the cash habit; you will be pleased
with the results.
LAKE'S CASH STORE
For the Dollar's Worth
A fine poer Band -Saw has just been installed
Wagon Making, General Repairing, Horseshoeing
B. D. FRALEY
NEW SHOP MAUPIN, ORE.
bean very sick but is much im
proved. JJfliss Gertrude Crabtree returned
Sunday to White River to take up
her school work. She has been
detained here the past week on ac
count of the jUnees of her sister,
Mrs. F. A. Swift.
Grandma Sandford was on the
sick list last week.
The two-year-bid son of Mr. and
Mrs, Floyd Johnson is very ill
with pneumonia, pr. Shannon
was called from Tygh yesterday to
attend the child.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rambeau of
Gaieway arrived last evening and
are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Magill. Mrs. Rambeau is a step
sister of Mrs. Magill.
A number of persons here wit
nessed the eclipse of the moon Sun
We are having real spring lie
weather. Green grass is seen on
the south hillsides; the ground is
drying very fast and it seemi as if
Spring had opened.
Mrs'. Clark McCowan of The
Dalles is a guest of her daughter,
Mrs. Effiie Swift,
Mrs. Mary Swift is spending the
week at the home of her sou
Cecil unison jent to Jtaskela
last week to stay for some time.
Len Wilson spent the week end
at the Ray Tunisou home.
Services at the school house Sun
- Quincy Morrow and family are
camped at the falls for some time.
School opened again Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Tuuison
and Vera arrived home last Friday
The beautiful spring-like, day
have coaxed quite a few of the
farmers out into the fields with
the plow. ,
There is quite au epidemic here
and elsewhere too numerous to
mention, among the horses.
, Bert Brown did some hog butch
en ng ast Friday.
John Horn has received hu auto
at the Garage a Tygh this week,
Mrs. Morgensen was at home for
a few days.
The annual telephone- meeting
will he held at the school house
Saturday evening at 7 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Doering are at
home to their friends on their
ranch pots .
The whooping cough has gotten
into the neighborhood, the Conley
children being the first afflicted.
Rock Bottom Prices on
Wire Nails 4
A car just in
Wholesale Prices in
Mrs. Charlie Gabel and baby
are in The Dalles &p present that
the baby may receive medical
Mrs. Mary Pechett made a busi
ness trip to The Dalles last week.
A surprise party was given Miss
Lois Batty at her home here Fri
day evening. Quite a crowd was
present and all enjoyed such a
good time that on Monday eyening
a surprises was given Lester and
Chester Crabtree at their .bachelors
Farmers are beginning to feel
good over their fall sown grain.
It was feared that a large per cent
of it had frozen and rotted in the
ground, but the warm weather of
the past ,ten ays is bringing it up
V. B. TappS have been havii g
their house remodeled lately, Oe",
Heilz doing the carpenter work
A brother of Mrs. Hedin nrrived
here Tuesday evening J't'om Pur -h?n.
Tyh Valley 2
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Beekwiih
have returned to their home here.
Mr. Beckwith has been iti Maupin
assisting J. 4. Lake in the store.
K. t, Hauser is rip-rapping the
creek that runs through his place.
Mrs. McCowan is at the home
of her son, Z. A. Watkins.
Chas. Hewitt is very ill with
George Lofton . has returned
from Portland after several months
absence. '"' "
Jerome. Morrow of Wasco was
here on business Saturday.
II. G. Weisbeck has gone to
M iupin for a few days'.
Z. A. Watkins is working at the
Hauwer pi ii ce.
W. G. Stiliwell is pfty occupying
his house jit town.
Mrs. Frank Fiigm of Moro is
visiting friends ami relatives of
F. C. Butler is now pmprietor
of the Sugar Bowl, having purch
ased it of C. V. Woodruff .
W. L. Monison is installing
new machinery in his lilaeksmith
mg from a distance, lhe music
was furnished by Mulvaney Bros,
and Andy Kisiner. Miss Iva Mul
vaney and MiBS Ora Duncan enter
tained the company with violin
and dulcimer music. The little
girls are worthy of much praise.
A meeting was held Saturday
for the purpose of investigating
the prospects of organizing a feder
al loan association; date fixed for
January 20th, 10 a. in., at Smock
school house, to make a perman
ent organization. All parties in.
terested are cordially invited to
The Literary question Saturday
last, Is the State Board of Agricul
ture a benefit or a detriment to the
public schools? The negative won.
Mrs. Minnie BargainhoU and F.
E. Spoor gave very interesting
N. ! E. Whitcomb purchased a
house and lot in Friend of Frank
French last Thursday,
J. W. Ayres was a business vis
itor at The Dalles the last of the
Monday afternoon on going to
the home of John Cotter on the
bluff above the power plant, H. L.
Morris found him sitting in a chair
dead. Mr. Morris notified other
neighbors and Dr. Elwood was
called from here. Mr. Cotter had
probably died either Saturday or
Sunday morning. The evidence
was so conclusive that death canie
naturally that it was not thought
necessary to hold an inquest.
The remains were burjed Tues:
day in the cemetery near Tygh.
Mr. Cotter was a .German 'a n,d a
pioneer of this eectjon liyjng
alone on his ranch above White
river. He was about 72 years old.
, Spring weather is the remark by
'Ibe Dalles Morning ?un says
the road .bond measure lacked 202
votes of the required lawful ma
jority and therefore have not le
gally carried. Subscribe for the
Sun at this office and read what
they say about it.
Regular spring weather has pre
vailed here the past ten days,
roads a!te drying up, autos run
nig everywhere; a few are plowing.
Mrs. Lausinger was pn the sick
list the past week. Fred Fruit is
also quite sick at present. j
Link Harphan is up from Mau
pin on professional business this
Prosperity seems to have struck
our little burg with the advent of
the new ypar. We understand
that Dee Woodside is planning on
dividing up his Wapinitia farm
iuto town lots.
We understand Mr. He.idin, the
superintendent of the ditch com
pany, has purchased W. A. Dane's
saw mill and 320 acres of timber
and the mill will be moved ill the
near future to its new location.
Mack Hollman haB had a thriv
ing trade at his place of business
here the past month.
G, E. Wood and father-in-law,
Mr. Pratt of Salem have purchas
ed O. L. Paquet's lower farm,
consisting of 820 acres. Mr. Pratt
F. E. Spoor and G. W. Bargain
holt were Maupin busim-M visitors
A. J. HiH is cutting logs on his
Barlnw Gate ranch, delivering
them to Mulvaney Bros, mill and
will build a residence on his ranch
known hp the A. E. Lake place;
oining Mrs. Etta Lurge's place.
The annual telephone meetipg
i.l n , i mi
was neiu aiuruay. ine same
board wab reelected. A commit
tee was appointed tp confer with
other lines as to location of switch
board, if to remain ut Tygh Valley
pr remove to Mauplp.
R. C, Duncan gave a public
dance at bis house Friday. The
house was crowded, several com?
If you contemplate building, repairing, pr
remodeling any of your buildings and if any of
the ideas or ptans of farm buildjngs shown jn ouf
plan books comply witty your jdeas we will furnish
any plan you select.
Free of Charge
Our Free Service Department will co-operate with
you, furnish information and suggestions, the
latest ideas anrj modern methods, put your ideas
into a definite plan and furnjsh you a complete
estimate on materia) required.
Come in and we'll talk jt over together.
One Piece or a Carload
Tum-A-Liun Lumber Co.
Peter Kilburg, Manager
WE WISH YOU A
Happy and Prosperous New Year
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