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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 30, 1917)
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Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
THE YEAR $1.50
VOL 4, NO. 8
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30. 1917
SENT IN BY OUR
Guy Harvey hauled lumber ami
wood from thin place to homestead
8t Lick Skik't on the l-VHidiiit'-H
rivtr last week,
F. M. Driver and V, M. J.t. l;
son left Thursday for Portland and
Warrington where th'-y are -iiy n
ed in real eiit.-itH liiirtinPHs ot, the
latter place. J;iy Fowler took
tbem to The Dalles in his new
fugene Piatt coiietrueU'd Heats
for the cemetery whereby p;rniis
may have the comfort of sitting
down while there. The Ladies
Social Club ordered them made.
This place experienced come
Springlike weather the past week.
A car of fat hogs was Hhipped
from here Monday, V. E. John
son, Frank Magill, J. E. Kennedy
and Albert Savage being among
Assisted by his neighbors, Ralph
Chandler raised a log barn on his
Don Stogdill hauled several
loads of posts from this place to
the home of his brother on Juniper
Flat luft week.
P.iihUi Savage and 'wi'e who
wire called here by lb" iilnew aiHi
death of Mr. Saviijie'f brother, re
turned to Portland after the
Mim. Maude Merman who came
to this place to attend her father,
David Sawigo, left for home at
Kiil"y n'cii)iKiiii-J by her mother
The fatal accident to Jim I. ale
wus a shock to the people of this
community. Mr. Lake formeily
raided heie and had warm friends
who ale deeply (addciied by his
ontiii cly death. Much sorrow i
f' H for the bereaved parent", Mr.
a-nl Mrs. A. li!. Lake and their
funily who re iile here. Mr. Luke
hurried to Mjuuin as soon as the
news of the accident to his son
! reached this place. Mrs. I,:.ke
and Winston went to The Dalle?
Saturday, Henry M.ller taking
them in his c:ir.
Mrs, Annie Cilmore left Salur
day for her home in Crest wdl
after spending a month hero with
Parties gathered at Four Corn
ers cemetery a wiek ago and Set
in the ground the concrete ports'
made by the End brothers, order
ed by the Ladies' Social Club.
The women here prepared a lunch
with hot coffee for the workirg
The Social Club met at the
A quiet wedding tpek place
Tuesday afternoon at the home of
the Christian minister when Leon
ard Chastain and Miss Callie
Young of Mnupin were united In
marriage by Rev. 0. P. Burris.
A cousin and the sister of the
groom were the attendants of the
bridal couple and only a few
friends witnessed the simple cere
mony. The young couple will
make their home in Maupiu.
Furniture, Stoves, -Ranges,
Carpets and Rug's - Clothing'
Suits for Ladies and Gentlemen
$15 and up
Come to my office and let me show you
how I can sell better merchandise than
the catalog houses for less money.
Office, Second Floor First National Bank Bldg
The Dalies. Oregon
home of Mrs. Mary J. Swift Sat
urday afternoon and elected offic
ers: Mrs. Georgia Norvel, presi
dent; Mrs. Mary Beaty, vice
president; Mrs. Maud Gerity,
secretary and Mrs. Mary Pratt,
Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. II.
Woodcock were oyer from Maupin
Saturday, remaining over night.
Jack Fraley and family were
0 er trom Juniper f tat naiuruay,
guests at the Willie Norvel home,
Jake Spath, who with his family
resides in The Dalles, visited his
farm here last week.
Mr, and Mrs. Bert E. Davis of
theSnaniko district are in The
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Davidson
of Maupin are attending to busi
aess affairs in this city.
Mrs. Frestus Swift of Wamic
spent Saturday in The Dalles.
Miss Stella Pitcher of Tygh
Valley spent Saturday in this city
Konrad L. Hauser of Tygh Val
ley was a week end visitor in The
Mr. and Mrs. Jean Doering and
Miss Amy Squires of Tygh Valley
spent Saturday and Sunday in
Drs. J. L. Elwood II! F. Shan
non spent today in The Dalles
attending to business affairs.
Adolphus Mayhew of Maupin
left Saturday for Portland where
he has accepted a position in a
garage in that city.
Thomas Connolly returned to
his home in Portland last -night
after a few days spent at
ranch in the Maupin vicinity,
M. L. Webb. C. C. Conley, Ern
est Webb aud John Couroy are
residents of Tygh Valley who were
attending to business affairs in
The Dalles Saturday.
Charles Lake and sister, Mrs. J.
R. Ward, arrived from Portland
Sunday, being called on account
of the death of their brother,
James Lake, who was injured in
aii automobile accident Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Batty of
Wapinitia spent the week-end at
the home of relatives in this city.
; Auto Accident
Lillian Kessinger was married
the 18th at Loverna, Sask., Cana
da to a Mr. Schlais, and expects
to spend the winter in Wisconsin.
Laverne Russell was .here this
week visiting her sisters. She an
nounces the marriage of her sister
Ruby at Hood River the 21th.
Ella Syron came up from the
Valley for Thanksgiving.
G. W. Vanderpool
W. C. Vanderpool
All Kinds of Automobile Accessories
First Class Mechanics
Gasoline and Oils
Fire Proof Phone
Cars for Hire
Due to arrive in about a week
a Car of
B A frl E E P
If in need of Barbed Wire see us for
prices. We have both Heavy and Light
Store of Better Service
Sunday, December 2nd, will be
a big day here. Bishop Washing
er of the Pacific coast district, and
who just recently came from the
east, and Rev. G. E. McDonald,
conference superintendent have
announced that they will be here
over next' Sunday and hold servic
es and dedicate the churcb. There
will beseveralt services during the
day, and in the afternoon the
Maupin and Wapinitia Bands
have promised to come and furn
ish the music. Everyone is cordi
ally invited to attend. An old
fashinoned basket dinner will be
s-rved. Come aud bring well
A genuine rain is falling here
Mrs. Geo. Ileitz left here Mon
day for Aberdeen, Wn., where Mr.
Heitz is employed in the ship
yards. Mary Bowen accompanied
Mrs. J. P. Abbott returned from
Suplee where she. has been staying
with Mrs. Washburn since Mr.
Washburn's death. Mrs. Wash
burn has been sick with pneumonia
but was able to sit up when Mrs
Abbott left. One of Mrs. Wash
bum's little girls came home with
U. S. Endersby was visiting at
Cap Endersby's at Eight Mile last
week. Bill and Alice Endersby
of that place came home with him
and will remain untill after Thanks
Mr, and Mrs. D. Woodside and
Mrs Barzee returned home from
Mrs. N. G. Iledin, and little
daughter Nova, left here for Port
land to day to spend Thanksgiving
with her parents, and Boldier Bro
Harold Rutherford, who visited
here last winter, and will be home
on a furlough before going east
Mr. aud Mrs. Sid Wilson arrived
1 home Sunday morning. Mr. Wil
' son has been at Camp Lewis since
September 5th. Mrs. Wilson has
been visiting relatives in Tacoma
and Seattle the past few weeks.
Mr. Wilson says he likes the
Army life fine and that they
are all a Gne bunch of fellows.
A reception was given him in
Eviok's hall Monday night. A
short programme was rendered,
and the Maupin, and Wapinitia
' Bands furnished the music. E.
M. Hartman gave an address and
an urgeut plea for the Y. M. C.
A. was made. Mr. Wilson gave
ns a fine talk on Army life, and
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W. II. DURHAM
When you are tired of bum time DON'T
blame your watch but bring it to
Durham, the Jeweler at Maupin
He makes your watch Keep time
Friday night while enroutefrom
Shattuck's hall to their rooms at
the Kelly Hotel after the dance,
J. A. Lake, John Parsons, and Paul
French of The Dalles In the latter's
car, skidded at the curve below the
the School house, the niach'ne
turning complely over and righting
Mr. Lake, who was in the front
seat beside the wheel, and having
nrttVt i ti rv f nrntanl Kim rlachad Ilia
bead through the windshield, from
which injuries he died Saturday
night it 9 o'clock.
They went to their rooms and
although Mr. Lake complained of
his head hurting him, the injuries
were not thought so serious until
Dr. Elwood was called and fond
a broken jaw bone, and the skull
fractured. He became unconscious
about 8 o'clock from which he
never rallied, and L. D. Kelly
took him soon after noon to The
Dalles hospital where an operation
was performed to no avail.
Mr. Lake was a young man of
pleasing appearance and has made
many friends during his residence
of something over a year in
Maupin, as well as having built
up a thriving little merchandise
business of Lake's Cabh Store a"t
the end of the bridge. He is a
native ot Wasco county, having
spent most of his life In The
Dalles, being the eon of A. E.
Lake of Wamic, a former county
Funeral services were held at
the Crandall chapel in The Dalles
at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning
and interment made in the Odd
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Wapinitia Plains Commercial
Club will meet on Saturday at 8
P. M. Evick'e hall to celebrate
on the date set for its annual ban
quet. Joseph. M. Henkle, State Senator
of Hermieton, Oregon, and presi
dent of the Irrigation Congress of
Oregon, will speak to the people.
A programme of local talent,
quartet, duet, and instrumental,
reading, etc, will 111 1 the evening.
A supper given by the Ladies will
follow 1n the hall.
This is an open meeting and all
are invited to attend.
All members coming into this
club on Saturday, shall be placed
on the charter list of the new orgau
W. H. Staats & Co. have in
stalled a handsome new improved
mo lei counter scales in ' their gro
LEAVE YOUR ORDER FOR THE NEW FORD
SOME OF THE THINGS THAT WE CAN DO FOR YOU
DO YOUR NOTARY WORK,
SELL YOUR FARM FOR YOU,
RENT YOU A SAFETY DEPOSIT EOX,
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