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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (July 11, 1919)
Demoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL. 5, NO. 39
MAUP1N SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY. JJLY !!, 1919
THE YEAR $1.50
July third, at precisely ten
o'clock, P. X. Johnson- wilh his
megaphone awakened the gather
ing and lp, t lie Wapinitia celebra
tion was on.
Fur three days fifteen hundred
people celebrated at the Abbott
Grove picnio grounds enjoying'the
occasion as might such asudia
successful fete be enjoyed.
Wapinitia' hospitality was al
ways in evidence and combined
with the entertaining ability of
this live wire little town, ths cele
brction was a huge huccohs.
Patriotism and a spirit of good
fellowship were the predominate
key notes to the success of the
affair. Everyone was in the best
of spirits, even old 'Sol' grinned
for two dayp, but perhaps too
vehemently for the comfort of the
The morning of the third was
devuted'to short program and a
snappy boxing content.
Horse races, ball game and
athletic contests occupied the
.ifti'rnooti hours. The dance en
thutiasts received a rare treat
when the clever Myers orcheMn1
of The Dalles played in the cvan
mg. An enjoyable program plea-ed
the crowd on" the morning of tin
Fourth. The Hon. Judgn Allen
of The Dalles delivered the oration
Shortly after tho dinner hour
Roy Morrow and Edward Rnch of
Maupiu tried to knock out ihcIi
others teeth for three fast rounds,
Morrow winning the decision!
That afternoon the Maupin
team laid low the aspirations of
the Independent Nine in a fast
contest. Bonni'.y and 'Iloole'
pitched a good game for the lo.vr
Ttie game next day between the
same rivals proved a 'llul.e ,
Maupin winning by a large margin
Hooker had a bad day and w. s
frequently guilty of heaving the
ball over the dance pavillion.
Dynamite wa8 set off at inter
vals, producing a novel Fourth of
July effect.. One of these blasts
caubht Mr. Muller, Wasco coun
ty's greatest 'hot dog' disponsi-r,
in the act of yodeling "r r-r-r-r-ed
hot," nearly choking him. This
was the only serious casually of
The racing and athletic, pro
gram was the same as the previous
day. Two Wapinitia celebrities
stuged a fast slugging affair in
the afternoon?- The boys disfigur
ed each otheiu anatomies and red
paint- was spilt. That evening
the metufolks trod divers measures
upon the ladies feet, urged on by
the Maupiu band.
The third day was a windy
a''fair Nature's zephyrs howled
with gusts down the oak grove.
,The principal feattiiu of the day
was a hearties slugging match
between Tom Muir and Howard
Nye. Nye left b s mark on Tom's
The Meyers orchestra furnished
t'ie music for the dance the last
evening. A record breaking and.
ankle breaking crowd danced un
ti 'veii the hoot owls rolled off to
Morpheus. As the last strains of
music died away and the bottles
of '. qtiare Face' and'Shinola' lay
empty hy the wayside, the celebra
tiou willi its three days of enjoy
able frivolity passed off into the
dim land of meinoiy.
"It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's
F. M. Jory
Fresh Strawberries Cherries in Season
Oranges and Bananas Dried Onions
Tillamook Cream Cheese Lettuce
Bulk Peanut Butter Cabbage
Deviled Meat Fresh Bologna
Vienna Sausage Dried Beef
Canned Shad Sardines
Minced Clams, Shrimps, Oysters, Salmon
Ready Made Dresses and ApronsHals
Screen Wire Fly Swatlers .
"It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's"
came up fioni Portland last wpp
and are stopping at the Ihdin
Mr. Hays of Gladstone vii-iled
his sister Mrs. Arthur Rice here
last week. '
Arbie and Cecil Magill came
over from Watnic Tuesday ami
got a load of shingles from E A.
The 3rd, 4tli and 5lh will g
down in the history of Ihisplao
as the biggest celebration evei
held he'6,. Everything passed of I
fine. There was a full pngran
each day. Pmf. Allen of The
Dalles deliveied tlnyration, 'lhe
Declaration of Independence was.
read by Charley Lake. The Dalles
orchestra furnished the mutic foi
l lie dancing the nights of the old
Bill Foreman and Francis I'aquet
spent several days in Portland
last week returning home Sunday.
Joe Batty and family were over
from Ilepner and spent the 4 h
Mr. and Mrs. Hammond and
family and Tiay Aubrey left Mon
day for (1 e Ilepner country where
they wili harvest.
The stockmen of this s dh n
left Tliursday n 01 ning on n ride
to drive the cattle hack to the Big
Meidows and Clackamas' Lake
Curtis Abbott is up from Hood
liiver vising relatives,
' Strawbpi ries are scarce. Weath
er continues dry. Hay harvebt ia
Nearly everyone attended the.
celebration at Wapiuitia one or
Albert Hill and familr, Mr?.
Large, Frank Feltch and family
anJ Mis. Homey wore entertained
at. M r. Kradway's the Fourth wilh
Maupin is to be f.ivo-ed wit h a dinner at d ice cr 'am,
t "i h artist. Wayne Spoor and wife spent a
Dr. II Dake fornivily id Port- week here visiting friends, returu-
h'lid has opemd an ( flice in ing to Portland Sunday. '
M. upin where f i- mryio e w ill I e There will he ' an ice cream
peimantlly available, social at lhe Smock church Satur-
The doctor is a young man and day evening for the benel't of the
French orhn aJopt d by He
Sunday Sc' ojI.
Elder J. W. San pies will (ill
co us well recommended.
'Blacky' James, a blacksmith
of Maupin for the past six months
made a huriied departure Tuesday
night. The Maupiu business peo
ple are facing the loss of SLv ral
I o u t s t a riding accounts against
Janes. His present whereabouts
Iih appointment here July 20.
Mrs. J. F. Hood and sonu were
guests of Mrs. L. D. Kelly Mon
day night. They went from here
to Goldendale to join Mr. Hood,
and thence to Roseburg to v i b i t
Early to Bed
Early to Rise,
Work all day
Buy some screen doors.
Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co.
. Mr. and rjn. K. L llauser,
Konrod and Harry and Mrs. Lu
el 1 a Pouting and John-Morrow
were Dalles visitors Monday,
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Shannon
and bnby left Tjgh a week ago
Thursday for .Seaside where they
will spend a month, oi tig on to
California for several months'
Mrs. Jessie Woodcock returned
Sunday from a trip to Houd Rivei
where she visited her aunt Mrs.
Many went from here to W, i
uitie to peud tho Fourth. Chat'iv
Lake read the Declaration of I -
Bert Driver went to Portland
lasi week to meet Mrs. Driver who
came from San Francisco. Mr.
Driver came over the Highway in
a Ford truck bunging back a load
of fui nil ore.
Frank Spoor and Charley Far
low of Smock were Dalles visitors-
This place has experienced
yartn weather the past two days.
Hay Harvest is on hcie.
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Driver ami
Mr. and Mrs. VV. E. Driver ami
little daughter went to Grass Val
ley to spend the Foitii.
Mr. and Mrs. J. li. Kennedy
were Dalles visitors Saturday.
Mrs. Mary Pratt has returned
from Cretswell after taking treat
ment at Albany for stomach
trouble, She is much improved
Mr. Pratt went to Crosswell and
srent a few days returning with
her. Carl Pratt met them at The
Dalle3 with his car.
J7 M those
Through mud, sand or rocky
roads, over ruts and road holes,
up stiff grades round "S" curves,
there's ipeed wilh safety if
Braender tires are on your car.
They hold the road.
Iraender's to Any
Tl find them
"The Tire to Tie to."
Some hot weather this week.
N. W. Flinn mid sons spent
Tuesday and Wednesday ul Clear
Lincoln llarlman came tip from
Portland and remained over the
Mrs. Appling came up from
Portland last week and is visiting
Clyde Wbillock who has been
oveiseas for 18 months arrival)
here the 3rd. j
Harvest has arrived. Several
headers started Monday. Tbe
rest Will etart soon.
N. G. Hedin sent a crew of men
to the mountains Wednesday
wl'ere they will bo employed the
rest of the glimmer.
E. E. Miller and daughter
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