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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (March 9, 1917)
A C II M i r 1 Ik I v
Devoted to the Interests of t Southern Wasco County
VOL 3. NO. 22
MAUPIN, SOUtHERN WASCOjtbDNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY;' MARCH 9.4917 -
- THE YEAR $1.50 -
The Chinook 'wind struck here
Sunday and 'the ' show is almost
gone. As thegrounctwas notfroz
eh when it fell, most of it he's gone
into the ground, where'ty was.'bad
ly needed, as it was only wet cloyfn
about loa 14 inches., ; '. "
' Work on' the' ditch survey north
of here was' resumed Tuesday,' r'1
' Misa, May '. Miller .. of 'Smock is
employed at he Barzee hotel.
Mack Hollman who has been
confined to his bed wiih rheuma
tism the past two' weeks, ia much
improved and able to sit up."
''Sill Williams' of Maup'jn was
visi'tor here TuesdaV : ' '
v Mrs. 6. 1 E, Wood returned to.
ler home Tuesday frioi, Salem,
where she attended the convention
and visited her mother ' ' '' 1
Mrs. Emma Be'ebe arrived, here
Wednesday evening of last w'eejc
from Silverton. ... ''''''
Mrs, Rebecoa Rains and Mrs.
"Fidelia Engrain left 'here Friday
for the latter's home in Lents,
where MrsRainS will visit, going
from ' there to 1 Silve&on to viBit
her niather who is a'boat 90 years
old.1 - "
The infant daughter of, Mr. and
Mrs. Phil'MoU" passed awaly Sat
urday morning' after '&' few" days
illness arid Waa laid to rest in the
Kelly cemetery "Sunday, Bev.$. E.
Wood conducting the" funeral ser
vices. ' ; ; ' 1 1
' Tbe question, resolved that the
U. S.. should not ship contrabands'
of war to Europe WaB debated by"
ttie Hjgh school Friday." Ralph'
Dodge led. the affirmative, Charlie
Tapp the Negative'. " : '
The little daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Charlie Gabel has been 'quite
sick the past few weeks. Mrs.
Peehette is utaying with ,. them
helping nurse it. ' 1 ' '
dtiarley Walker caugljt a lyn
last week that weighed 75 pounds.
'Julius Shepflin had 'an inter
esting chaoe after coyote last week
which had" a trap an'cl a broken
lo V.P ! -Berry .
sugar free with eyery
ai extra goun for each
dollar above Rejpei
ber. this is Saturday pnly
of sach week. Big spec
ial starts Saturday, Marph 17. Come
earjy mi taje ypta th$,bj
LAKE'S CASH STORE
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Heart of Business Section
SHATTUCK & LLER;, Props.
Mealf Can be. Had at: Any Time
The cpytry store l a mighty
jioofJ place to trade ip these dos
of advanced prjce?."
;Ow tocH U larger ttiati it has
ever been and we are prepared to
fill your wants in the best possible
manner. The majority of our stock
was contracted before the present high
prices and we are in a better position
than ever to meet competition.
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THE STORE OF BETTER SERVICE
chain fastened" to one foot. Julius
followed the" lisive nup to.' the
banks, pf White riyer 'where; bis
gun saved the' day 'and' brought
home the pelt; ' "
W. Dane has. been busy lately
moving the saw mill to Its new lo
cation iii Mcttbbins Gulch; '
Sam Brown's alfalfa stand sbowB
every prAniise of heavy cuttings
this season. ".'X shoijd lc Qf, great
interest to 'all neighbors as alfalfa
is the talk of the Flat.' '
Virgil Mayfield has been accept
ed as the barber of Wapliiltla Flat.
Put up a chair Virg. It; will 'pay.
The snow at Pine Grove w aw re
ported to be 15 inches deep before
the Chinook struck and the niercu1
ry dropped to iekw zero.' ' -;
Some hopes of obtaiuing a porta
ble rock crusher ' to da service
between Wapinitia and Pine Grove
faas be'eh quickened, by th'e Wasco
county officials stemeu't "of such
a need. The officials will view the
road this spring." 'Boost'.' ls the
Geo. Heita eave a moving pic
ture entertainment at the 'Pine, baskets,
Grove school house Saturday night
a number' of sangs and readings
fry local'tale'tit wete rendered be
tween reelaJ A crowded house ex
pressed the! unanimous appreciti-
tion of the effort Mr. and Mrs.'
lie its put forth in giving such an
acceptable free entertainment.
The Dane-En dersby county road
extention'netition has been favor
ably received at 'Ihe bailee, mucii
work on t'he road has been doiie by
the Wapinitia Irrigation company
and the'iarmers aifticipate the ap
pro vaj' of' sai'd road. ' , '
' Pine Grove Sunday School is re
ported to be growing in numbers
and interest, all invited to attend,
A large cougar' has roamed, the
snow clad hills near here recently.
his track is said to be five inches
The funeral ot Mr. Rains who
passed away Wednesday morning
of last week was held in , the
churoh here Thursday and inter
ment made in the keily cenieterv
Rey. M. H. taines ponducted" the
services. A. very large crowd was
The C. sooiety here wl ob
serve C, E. week begintino with
Majch pontinuing" eaeh. night.
A good program is p"feptred. "i;v-
Cjra Maynard lost a fine cow lam
here'last week, beiogfijalled by the
illness of Mrs. Haryey. He re
turned Thursday to his homestead,
Dave Crabtree came up from
lyower Tygh Saturday, remaining!
Herman Geh has moved, into
his new house; having had his
family wi,th Mrs. Gesh'a parents
while it was being constructed. i
Mrs. J. . Voodcock had a
very severe spell of suffering again
Dr. Elwood visited at the Fred
Simpson home Friday,.
Mrs. John Howell, Miss Ipha
Howell and Cal Duncan were here
Saturday evening to, meet, Mrs.
Cora' Garvey from -Blw loci;, ,Wn.
Higb' ind Ditch iomriany'meet
here' Saturday afternoon electing
officers. . , : ,i ,
"Coasting has been the Bport of
the young 'people and school chil
dren bere';the former" part of the
week, 1 ' .'
Henrv Miller cave a dance at
his vacant house Friday night.
'The dancers furnishing lunch
a . midnight supper was
enjoyed.' All had a good tin e is
Kev. Harrison of Tygu preaohed
A warm wind blowing R'moe Frl
day has taken muoh of ilie'snow
The wind was very heavy early
Sunday 'night and did much dam
age to telephone' 'lines,
" Three inches' of 'snow fell early
Tuesday morning' but reeked away
in the afternoon. 1
Rev. Bl'alock Tillamook and
Rev. Reynold .'of Silver kake,
JStptist ministers' who liave been
libldiug meetings at Smock will b
here tonight and Tuesday night
and hold services each 'evening,
'UncV Ed Driver will leav
soon for" Mal'heiir.
Charley Ross, head forest ranger
for this place came over ' from
Friend today! He and Mrs. Rois
spent Jhe winter there5; '
A party of young people consist
ing of Mrs. Vevii' Driver, Delberf
McCoy, Erma t.nd Alm'a Driver
spent last' evening at the A. E,
take home in' playing games.
John Wensell made tf trip to the
Hauser place' in Tygh last week,
Eelyie PaUson invited a number
of bis boy friendn tp celebrate bis
1 , -t Hi i it ' 1
birthday this afternoon.' His
mother assisted by Miss Hilda
Lake served, an elegant' 'dinner at
naif past tour. I nose who enjoy-
I. p. Driver wb,o spent teri days
serving on the Feqera) grand jury
in Portland returned home a week
ago Friday. ,
John Howell, a resident of
Smock, who went to Portland two
weeks ago,' is much improved' in
health, If is son, Sylvester Howell
came down from Alaska where he
has accumulated quite a fortune ip
mining, and purchased 'a hquse in
Portland for his parents.
A. M. Patison has made improv-
ments at bis home by screening in
the porches on the north and west
sides of his bouse. "
We had very cold weather here
the former part of last week, The
night of the 26th thermometer reg
istered 212 above with a half de
gree warmer the following night
and ouly one degree above that
two more nights.
Miss Harriet Jones who spent a
week waiting on Mrs. Nan Wood
cock, returned Mondav to The
F. A. White came-here Monday
from Corvallis and has spent the
week here tnning pianos. He ban
been a auest of the J. E. Wood
Marion Duncan left Tuesday for
his home near Kent.
Gay Harvey spent several days
has ben 'fpr the past two weeks.
, John Mp$ was over from. Mau,
pin last wek.
Mrs. F. C. Butler was called to
the home of her parents Monday
on account of the illness of her
bjrother John. -,v . .
j Mrs. Ona Morris, who is at the
home 4f her parents' has., been
very sick during the past week.
Mr. Heisler, the Dufur putcher,
was in tawt) Monday on business.
Dr. Shannon was called to the
home of Pat O'Neil Wednesday
evening, a lHle fihild, beipg ill.
Grant Mays shipped a carload of
cattle to Redmond Monday..'
The school board, held i a special
met ting Saturday. .
Mr. and Mrs. H. Morris spent a
few days at the Beckwith home,
lat week. ,
K. L. Hauler has completed
moving to the Kellogg place. ,
A, A. Bonney. rnadp a trip to
The Dalles last week. , ,i
Clyde T. Bonney and son, came
Sunday evening. Mr. Bpnney is
planning to move his family to his
ranch soon, . . ' t,
K. L. Hauser and Fitapaterick
sold 8QQ head of sheep , to, Mr.
Palmer bt Condon last week,
J. T. Harper who has been very
sick i now able to be up around
the store once more, J i .
ed the repast wp;'s Mr. Patison'i
uncle. Hammii.1 t'atison. and his
1 1 ii i .if
cousin, ILu id Johnson. The oth
ers present were Charlie Lake.
Lewie Pkirviq, Car Pratt and
John Ayres passed through town
today with a load of grain pur
chased at the Harvey Martin plaoe
, Tygh Valley 2
Flqyd J'tuson, wife apd babiei
were in Ty Friday.
Rev, Harrison eft Monday on
, Hauser & Dah,l with their car,
load of farm implements and fur
niture arrived at Sherar Thursday
They intend to farm the Haueer
Mies Pearl Tborflpson returned
from Friend Monday, where she
Wamio, Ore., Feb, 6, 1917.
Anyvon'e weist of the Descnutes
river an'd south of Tygh Valley
wishing to become a member of
White River; Federal Farm Loan
Association, please apply to1 our
secretary, W. H. Mayfield, R. 1 '.
A 9-pound boy arrived at the
home of Peter Kirsdh' of Criterion
Wednes'da evening." 1
from , trip to Portland.
J, T. M.oClellan, was.
KaBkela Wednesday. , '.
B. D. rale itirived homeMon
.diy after fl week's visit at Grass
Valleynd the.,Dalle. ,,' j
M,rs. J. Ct Idh pf Fair.Aerei,
Alberta, a lister, oi E. J. FUchr','
arrived Tuesdey afternoon. i: 1
After a Chinook and pleasant
weather few days, (the gtoBtj,
was again ooyered ,'with, snow'thi
morninn.v Jt js.meltihg fast. ; ,
J..i . Derthiqlt was in The
Dalles this week. His daughter,
Miss .Glennie is workipg ithe E,
C. Pease, store, , k , ;.. , , , '
Mr. and Mrs. Lesan returned
Wednesday m'prnimg fr.om ,Madr
where they attended a ministerial
convention. ,' 'i ' j
G. M Joles, C. 0. Copley,' John
Cohroy, W, L.i Morrison, E. W.i
Hollenb,eck , alhd Moses '.Webb b
Tygh Valley tVe're ''at.the,ooanty
seat Wednesday to testify in Mr,
Morrison! homestead oontest case.
"Getting crochet hooks caught iq
the flesh is the latest fad,, Dr.
Stovall took one from his shoulder
not long ago and Christene Dyer
eaguht one in her knee this morn
ing. , , ,1 , K t ' I
' The Tum-A-Lma office has re
cently undergone a cotrse of re
modeling and renovation which
greatly improves its appearance
and' convenience. They will1 in-
stall a desk phone in place of the
present ona, '' r
At the Kelly Hotel banquet a
couple weeks ago some one passed
off i'a oounterfeit $10 piece for
phange and their supper. Except
for the counterfeit stamp, it very
much resebihleB a Bilver qurler
tarnished with sulphur, ' '
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Prepared for Long'' Trips or Outing parties" '
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People, Poultry or Produce.
Your Personal Visit is earnestly invited
Tura-A-Lura Lnmber Co,
SOME OF THE THINGS THAT WE CAN DO FOR YOU
1.0 YOUR NOTARY WORK,
SELL YOUR FARM FOR YOU,
RENT YOU A SAFETY DEPOSIT BOX,
BUY YOUR WHEAT, BARLEY AND OATS, ,
TAKE CARE OF YOUR BANKING BUSINESS,
DO YOUR UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER WORK.
GIVE US A TRIAL, WE CAN AND WILL MAKE GOOD
MAUPIN STATE BANK