The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930, February 21, 1919, Image 1

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Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL 5, NO. 19
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY. OREGON. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 19$
THE YEAR $1.50
SENT IN BY OUR
Smock Items
Born February 13th to Mrs. E.
L. Craft a little Bon. Mrs. Hop
ping and Mrs. Horney are assist
ing in the home.
Rev. Sample is conducting pro
tracted meeting here.
G. W. Bargenholt and daughter
Mrs. Cora Smith went to Maupin
Tuesday, the latter taking the
night train for Warm Springs to
commence her duties at the Agen
cy school where she has employ
ment. 0. B. Murry, a former teacher
here, teaching at Boyd this year,
was married the first of the month
Mi s. Erick' returned Saturday
from The Dalles and resumed
school Monday.
Blaine Disbrow is feeding the
Kennedy stock during the 'snow.
He found one dead last week with
black lg and another one sick a
few days ago, The black leg
serum has been procured and the
cattle are being vaccinated.
Frank Spoor came to Smock
Saturday on business.
Miss Ella Syron is teaching her
second successful year of school at
Antioch, near Monmouth.
"It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's"
F. M. Jory
SPECIAL
Our complete line of Pendleton Goods
including Bed Blankets, Robes, Bathrobes
Mackinaws, Steamer Rugs, Shawls
is offered at a saving of
10 per cent
You have been waiting fcr clcaper
woolen goods now is the time to buy
offer holds good balance of February.
"It Paysto Pay Cash at Jory's"
E. J. FISCHER, Prop.
Complete line of Tubes and Casings
Automobile Accessories
General repairing on all makes of cars
All work guaranteed and prices reasonable
We are at your service
Fischer's
Maupin
HOOD'S CASH STORE
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
PREFERRED STOCK
Staple and Fancy
GROCERIES
iROSE CITY BRAND
Mackinaws, Logger Shirts,
Flannel Shirts and Water
Repellent Wear
Light Hardware, Tinware,
TRU-BLU BISCUIT CO'S
Cookies, Crackers and '
CONFECTIONS
GOODYEAR
Wet Weather
Footwear
STOCK SALT
Graniteware, Glassware
HOOD'S CASH STORE
Always at Your Service
Tygh Valley
The weather hna been 6omewhat
changeable like March) Hd a
few inches of snow a week or bo
ago, but iB practically all gone
now, only a few spots on the north
hillsides.
J. T. Harper left last Friday for
a ten days' trip. Ia going to
Portland and on to Chehalis and
Tacoma, Wn. J. E. Morrow is
taking care of the store while Mr.
Harper is away.
Zeanous Watkins and family
have tnoved back to Tygh after
spending the winter in The Dalles
where Zean has been employed in
tho car shops. Zean left Saturday
morning for John Day, Oregon,
where ne has taken the job of run
ning K. L. Hauser's sheep on the
shares. We all join in wishing
hi i in the best of luck.
A. A. Bonney and W. H. Mc
Atee niado a business trip to The
Dalles Thursday. Mr. McAtee
returned Friday but Mr, Bonney
went on to Salem to attend to
business. -
Dance lit Sherar hotel last Fri
day night. Andy Jistner and
daughter Madge furnished the
music. There were aboat twenty
five couple; all report a good time,
several going from Tygh.
J. K. Morrow has now taken
charge of the postoffice at Tygh,
Miss Ercell Slnkely having gone
to Connell, Wn., to take a posi
tion there as postmistress.
Evans Parrish has ,pened up a
garage at Tygh in tho old blacks
smith shop. Any one wishing
any work done in that line call on
Eyans.
Miss Edua Doering has been
visiting Misses Imo and Eva Mc
Atee for Eeveral days, bin las
returned to her home on W hile
river.
Tygh Valley (louring mills on
Upper Tygh creek have been clos
ed for some time on account of ice
but hope to start up as soon as
the weather has moderated.
E. C. Fitzpatrick has purchas
ed seyen hrad of sheep of K. L.
Ilauser. Don't know if he wants
to hire a herder or not.
Mss Wana Swift entertained
some of her little girl friends at
her birthday party one evening
last week.
The Tygh Valley Fair Associa
tion held a meeting here last Monday.
Bill Stil well is quite busy these
days erecting a merry-go-round.
People are wondering if he intends
to start a circus as he has a few
Shetland ponies and a three-legged
dog.
Work on the new road at Tygh
has teen postponed the last month
on account of bad weather, but
Mr. Olson is here again and ex
pects to start work as soon as the
mud dries a little.
Satn Bennett was driving along
Badger Creek the other day and
hit a big rock; Sam, wagon, seat
and all, landed in the creek.
Don't know if he needed a bath or
not, but gues he got one anyway.
Wapinitia Items
The recent snow has vanished,
the first of the week was warm
and the west wind blew aud the
roads here dried up some.
Mrs. W. B. Keen has been very
sick the past week but is improv
ing now.
Mrs. Chas. Gabel has been on
the sick list for some time. Mrs.
Mary Pechette is at the Gable
home helping care for her.
Mrs. May Barzee went to Mau
pirl Saturday and remained until
Monday with her sister Nellie
Harpham who is quite sick.
Charley Lewis left today for
Washington where he has secured
employment.
Joe Graham made a trip into
Clackamas Lake, going most cf
the way on skees.
Ora Maynard lost five head of
his best sheep the past week be
sides several little lambs.
The Club went from here Satur
day and remained over Sunday in
Maupin looking after business.
. Mrs. "Minnie Hartman is the
owner of a beautiful cedar chest
built by Mr. Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Woodside are
making some fine improvements
in their home here by having a
big porch built on the front and
north os the house, also a Dutch
kitchen built in. Messers John-
Son & Doak are doing the carpen
ter work. They will paint the
house soon.
Mrs. H. N. Dodge returned
home Sunday from a two weeks'
visit with relatives and friends in
Portland. Her daughter-in-law,
Mrs. Edward Chaple aud little
son came home with her for a visit
Mr. Endersby moved his bunch
of cattle from their upper ranch
to their lower ranclr.
The ban was lifted from this
place the last of the week and
church services were held Sunday
and school opened Monday.
Lewis Wood.-dde has the mumps.
It is supposed he contracted them
on his way home from Camp
Lewis as his is the only case in
the vicinity.
Pearl EvLk has again taken
charge of the pool room and Mack
Hollman has opened his place of
business at his old stand.
Johnie Bowen wa; called to
Salem last week by the State Ac
cident Commission for his final
examination.
Sherar Bridge
The people of the neighborhood
enjoyed a card party a Carl Heads
Saturday night.
Harry Brown returned home
service Februery 14.
Mrs. E.S. Doering is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Domagolla of
Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. lorn Asliley are
the glad parents of a baby girl
born February 5th.
Miss Vera Goetjen and Yern
Tunison of Maupin are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Head.
Miss Alberta Osborn was a week
end visitor of Mrs. Coberth.
Jim Cook and Pat Conroy made
a business trip to The Dalles 'the
latter part of the week.
Miss , Hazel Brown is visiting
her sister, Mrs. Chastain.
Mrs. Muller is improving fine
from her recent illness.
Charley Harth returned fixm
The Dalles in his car, finding the
roads in bad shape.
I)r. Shannon was called to this
vicinity several times last week.
Wm. Hart U made a business'
trip to The Dalles Monday.
Willard Wing of VVamic has
been hauling hay from this
vicinity.
ML HOOD LOOP
HIGHWAY SPUR
To Wapinitia
The propope route follows the
Barlow -Oak Groue road to Govern
ment Camp, thence around the
east side of Mt. Hood to Hood
River connecting with the Colum
bia River highway at Hood River.
The connecting link to Central
Oregon would require the improve
ment of the Oak Grove road from
Summit House to Wapinitia Flat,
This Bhort spur road will bring
the Inland Empire of Central Ore
gon 50 miles closea to Portland,
us main trade center. Wapinitia
Plains will be 80 miles or four
hours by auto from Portland's
courthouse.
While the scenic feature is a
grand thing for the Oregonian it
it commercially yaluable to Ore
gon due to the great returns from
the tourist trade.
Multnomah county pledges a
hard surface road to the Clacka
mas county liue over this route, -at
no cost to the state. The For
estry department pledges $257,000
wsthin the forest.
Under the provisions of the
Bean-Barret Act it is now provid
ed that 50-50 by state and govern
ment shall be and is provided for,
which totals 1500,000 available
funds.
The street crew resumed work
Wednesday morning and complet
ed the work as nearly as the
condition of the ground will per
mit at present, which is great im
provement over former conditions.
The famous White Flamo Burn
ers for you coal oil lamps can now
be purchased at E. A. Cyr's con
fectionery at Maupin. The White
1 Flame. Burner will give twice as
much light as your old burner
wiih the same amount of oil.
Costs you nothing to try one and
only 35 cents if you are satisfied.
We also have them 'for lanterns.
No. 2 only size on hand at present
Toilet Soap, 15c value, 3 bars
for 25c. Maupin Drug Store.
L. B. Kelly returned yesterday
from a trip to The Dalles.
Real Bargains
In order to make room for spring stock,
will sell a limited amount of 2f 2x4, 2x6
and 2x8, Shiplap and 1x12 boards for $15.00
per thousand.
Will have a car load of 7 ft. cedar posts
for sale on the car at 18 cents. Get busy if
you want in on this list of bargains
Tum-A-Lum Lumber Company
The Portland Painless Dentist
ollice will be open and ready for
business on and after January 12,
j 1919. All work guaranteed.
IT. Slatten, D. D. 8., Prop.,
Second St., The Dalles.
W.
305
Church Notice
John G. Hessler, pastor.
Quarterly meeting services
Rev. Frank L. Bums of Port
land will be present and preach
Friday and Saturday nighta at
7:30- The usual quarterly meet
ing services will be held Sunday.
SOME OF THE THINGS THAI wt. CAN DO FOR Y.;
DO YOUR NOTARY WORK,
SELL YOUR FARM FUK 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