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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (May 9, 1919)
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Demoted to the Interests of Southern Wacco County
VOL. 5, NO. 30
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY. MAY ?, W
THE YEAR $1.50
Muu pin touk tho first guino of
the season from Whbco in a one
Bided iijo iStmdiiy t y u scorn id
20 to 0. The Wasco team whs
short ii f pitchers aud the long r'uio
caused the one-sided score. The
"Ciatig'' was up on their toes hik!
pounded the bull f rum the word
go. Nye slashed out a three bag
ger to Blurt the hall rolling and
all ot tho rest followed suit. Km
est Confer defeuded the third bag,
Lin old position, aud we are sure
glad to see him hack. Skinner
ha ' his curves and fast onus wink
ing fine and it was impossible fur
them to hit. The entire team
was in the game all the time. A
fine crowd watched the slaughter
and the home team sure appreciate
the way the fans turned oui.
Maupiu will go to Grass Valley
next Sunduy and we will appreci
ate a good bunch of rooters. l,et'o
go and root for the team.
"The Tragedy of Failing to
Lecture and Stercopticou Views
Sunday, May 11, 8 p. m.
G. W. MacLaren, of Portland,
great social reformer.
Mr. MacLaren will also speak
in the church at 11 a. m.
Mothers should hear.
Times, If 1.50 per year.
'It Pays to Pay
F. M. Jory
Castor Machine Oil
HATS HATS HATS
It Pays to Pay
GAS and Oil
Mies Iva Howey, Home Demon
titration agent fur Wfi'11 county
has been spending a few days in
Maupin in an endeavor t interest
Ihi) ladies of this vicinity in plans
fur community work of vfiiiou
kinds. Hat lecturo Monday ni(iht
was well attended and i h in-
tereut was e hown by those present
in the work piesented. - Later
meetings were planned and it is
hopod all women will avail them
selves of tin opportunity to Lave
help in meeting their problems
After tue meeting Monday nif.'ln a
delicious lunch was nerved by ii.:
generous Maupiu ladies and cveiy
one enjoyed herself in a social
way. At the next meeting .which
will be announced later come oui
and meet Miss Howey uud enjoy a
goo 1 lime.
Charley C line came Monday
from across the river.
Mr. and Mrs. Jye Batty of Hep
ner are visiting relatives here this
Mr. and Mrs. Barzee were Dalles
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Hollmnn
and Dee Woodside were fishing on
the Deschutes this week.
Mr. aud Mrs. Johu Confer and
Mr. and Mrs. Milt Monis parsed
through -hero Tuesday on their
way to Warm Springs for a few
Lincoln llartman went to The
Cash at Jory's
Ladies' and Gen's'
Cash at Jory's
iI,,lll,;B TT'".y t0 1,r!;'g c,,t"nlllow:,rd
ik-w 1'iird for l'red l.uugblin.
The lledin ditch crew went tip
Monday to do some repair Hoik
at iho intake,
David Islinrpo linishcd plowii g
al Frank Hatty's Wednesdaj with
N. W, Hinn made a trip 0
Camas Monday taking Elmer
Munier back to his work.-
The Misses Mc.Atee and Pearl,
Thompson of Tygh passed thtouyli I
here iSund'iy on their way to'
Camas, making the trip in their
B. L. Foreman who was opera!-
led on at The Dalles hospital la I
week is getting along line.
Mrs. Frankie Thomas received
a telephone message Saturday
morning that her brother-in-law,
F.d Phelps, had pasted away lhu
inuht before at his home in Hood
li.ver. Deleft besides his wife, '
t-e m small children. Therhcls'
are M'li e well known here, having
a number of rehlives here,
David Sharps made a trip lo
be u contains Wednesday after
ihiou, t king Mis. Keen aud
some eq'iipjueut for the camp.
U. L. l'-ii;et and Jackson Rice
are spend log a few days od the
Deschutes trying their luck at
I ersuadiug iliu 8th to bite.
Several uucAs from Maupiu aie
hauling waol from the Gabel
ranch this week.
The Pine Oiuve Sunday school
met Sunday, the liit time since
ihe Hu struck last w;n'er.
Mr. aud Mis. S;dnpy Wilson
arrived here Thur.-day evening,
Mr. Wilsun having m lived his
difcoharge from the ano) t Ca:np
Lewis the Monday befuie.
Rev. and Mrs. G. -K. Woud . m!
baby weie Dalles visitors Muniia ,
taking P. S, Pratt and family who
were returning to -their home in
Mr and Mis Tom Farghcr and
baby, T. Farther Sr., mil .Mi s
My-le were over fioui the faitu
neat DuTut Sunday visiting at, the
A. H. Lake hfune. Miss IliU'a
Lake accnuipanied them on tl eir
return home. -
Louis De.rtbick aud Dr. Siovall
were over fiom Maupiu Monday.
Vernon Norval and G. li. Wood
mild their vvuod.'iiw last week to
Mart New and family arrived
Tuesday from Yakima, Wo. John
uio Cbastain iieeouipanied them
here, lie is recently from Ilo
bokeii, N. Y , where be was in the
Fred liuuer of The Dalles, Miss
es f'.rmii Driver and Ida Duncan
and Charley Lake were Maupiu
Local citizens met at the O. E.
Wood home Friday night when
plans weie made tu give the re
turning soldiciii (if this place ami
Tygh a rousing rally and liainjni'l
on the 17lh. '
W. 11. Jolius-ou movt'd lo bis
fann hint wick.
Jobnie Mayfield moved to li if
place in the Pine Giove 'dii.liicl
tlie (oimer pait uf the wttk.
j 1'ercy Oliver told bi iiiteicst in
tlw Mike Kennedy plaee to Fres-
tun Swilt and moved lo town tin
Matter part of the week, occupying
the home vacated by W- II
Cecil Woo leek
' sere'I.CK! from Maupiu Sntmday.
; -Fied Beam came out fiour'l he
;Ddlle Wnlufjdjy, teU'.rning to
!day accnuipanied by J E. Wood
cock and Al Giljis.
; pj, W. lliuu aud family weie
lover fiom W'aiiiuilia Sunday, eu-i
joyiig a picnic diuuer with tbel
Miickerby, (Irorgp Ma
licv. Wood , familii . oi
Three Mile creek
near the liluck
Mrs. A. )', Luke has III laduV
skirts nud 21 men's thitts resdi
tutend to The Dalies lied Cioss.
A crowd of people went lion
hero Sunday to attend the bull
game at Maupiu.
Al Uillis has putehascd a Btitco
Dr. and Mrs Shot! wtreovu
from Dufur Sunday
A force of nun are working on
the Highland ditch.
Mrs. Luella Johnson has a pi .
sitiuu us head laundiess til the
iAgency. Shu will leave tonioriow.
Ed Woodcock has purchased
the George Ledford fitrjn on Smock
Mr. ami Mrs. Cecil Mayfield
and Mr. and Mrs. Uoorgo I.edford
went to The Dalles today.
Ml. aud Mrs. 1'. p. Kntmlt",
Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Kuowles
Miss Ruby Crofool and little Ve a
Woodford of Dufur visited Cnl
llenuau Uesh bought the Ab
Griflis place paying 4310O. Ab
has bought ten acres from bis
father near Sunday, paying $ol(J
Charley Crablree and son Dave
reached Seattle Tuesday on tbtir
way to Peace River, Canuda, but
hadto return, being unab.e tu
cross the border.
Mrs. Nau Woodcock was ill the
Supt. Bouncy tVaa hero turn!
The DalleB today.
Heroeit Morrow finished the
9th grade examination last week.
Dr. Shannon visited Mis. J. L.
ftllingstvorth Saturday, bbe is
i nproviug. Cj J. Vanduyn a:
cjinpanied liiin on they trip.
Mr. aud Mu. W. II. Magi I
will leave scon for a trip to Pi it
land, Eugeuu Pratt is on the sick Y.:A.
IVrcy Diner severely sprained
l.u iij,'bt an. le and bruibed lie
in iti yesteiu.'iy while climbing
dow li from bif l uru.
Tin Wainic i i eh Co. woiked
lln ii.iiileli SauiM'ay. Nearly a I
the suii.uUoldeio in i."-d out.
Al White liver
Mrs. Milnln,id and M i I
ol The Dube-i are visiting
i vci y
Hcsis this week,
Another taffy pull al Ihc VV
River sbboul house last
Miss Cclia Muller is home from
Dufur for a short vitit.
drover Webb Iihk bought tie
1150 acre ranch of J. (j. Tutu, mi
one-half mile east of the White
l;ver school house.'
Mussers Mackey and Eldrdge
.AsWey aud mother left Ttusduy
i morning in tlietr car fur a vi-it at
T. C. (jiieeu, editor of the Dis
patch, and Mr. Patison of Dufui
were at J G. Tunisou's recently
ni the iutetewt of the Canadiati
Pacilic U. U, hinds.
C'uno and hear
worker, May 11.
SOME OF THH TIINCi5 1HAI wt
HO YOUR NOTARY WORK,
GIVE US A TRIAL. W E CAN AN U
(', A. 1 1 . 1 1 ti of Tvk'i haH -mill
potato seed on bund yet anil of
fers to boys from 8 to 12 yenr nl
ago w ho w ill iipply for tin in, fi'l
cels. These .should bo nbiniei'
flcr danger of frost is over ami
may tie transplanted, and 111,-th.
apple or peach, may prr.dn. "t
entirely new k'ml of pi. -'net j
Special cash prizes will be-i tieieil
u I lie county lair lor po .itue
grown fiein these seeds Mr
Harth announce;, that County Ad
kisson, John Mix and C. T. lion
ney w ill be polalu judges.
'Dial great stretch ol'euipire known
Sunday, May 18, Rev, Undet- "3 Eastern Oregon is eiithusiastic
wood will be here and speak al V working to give the coast coun
lui school house morning snil lies of Oregon the Uooscyelt high
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HAD AM? Ifi )--&js
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It will keep lli?ni free from In ?tt
parasite? and protect thou apa'art
easy to u:f. rnxv,v.
rj!.!,3 I ICE, 1ST? i&a n?.A9.
d;uve3 away ruij. HEaj vn
CRATCHE9 AW VOytC3. I P
lAfiGE, SHTit' -TAH A'.'D OT?HS
PREVENTS ! !OG '
Experiments on live lit twt !nt
cyi7o aiiution ktlli yiniJ
CKoIcra Vinw in five inioi
Kmo Dip No, 1 in nnirtal nicj t Xot SaU fcy
The Maupin Drug Store
em.l n iwwrrr, o;i .. .
I $ $ $ $ !f $ $ $ I
ave your feed
n a SILO
Let us Fift'ur j
Out : our sine
Built of Stock Lumlier
No royalties to pay
Tum-A-Lum Lumber Cc.
A. L. Anderson, Mj;'r,
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KENT YOU A SAKUTY liKl'OPdT l!OX.
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UQ YOUR UNITED STATES CO.'.IMISSlONFiR WORK.
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week mi rventlo.eu copies of I'uast
iicvvsnaoers im.l nxchanuw boosl.
(,H n.,ot,evt,u hithwav ami tli
Mining panigraphs are copied,
doni some ol the articled:
Tvto sections of Oregon that are
tfrp.irafed by a gt,it distance geo
graphically iii account of two
btnier mountain ranges aro tigui-
atively joining hands f t a uuited
drive on the ballot, bixes at the
special Mate ediclion in Tune.
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