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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (July 25, 1919)
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL 5, NO. 41
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY. J JLY 25. M9
THE YEAR $1.50
SENT IN BY OUR
The long continued drouth til d
hot spell was broken here this sf
ternoou by s hard thunder shower
the hardeBl that has been here for
years and it was indeed welcome
as the heat has continued for days
E. E Miller of the ditch com
pany came up from Portland Bun
day. N. G. Hedin met him at
the tra'n and they w nt on into
the head camp on the ditch where
they met two expert powdi r n.ea
who will Buperiutend the blasting
out of the Frog creek feeder from
Frog Lake to Clear Late. About
$15,000 worth of water has been
sold by the company' since the 4ih
Mrs. Arthur Hice and her sistnr
Agnes Hays left here Sunday fur
Gladstone. Mr. llice has given
up his position as clerk in Halt-
m n's store and left here Tuesday
They will make their home in
Mrs. Frapkie Thomas lefi here
a few days ago for Hood River.
Jessie Flinn is spending thin
week with his sister, Mi p. Celia
Brittan os Tygh.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius PI ipflin
an"d family spent a few davs at
ciear l ake last veek f hirg.
They report a splendid catch.
Volley Fndersby injured his
ankle quite badly Jast wet k by
stepping in n hole and in Die
.way slipping the bones in bis toot
While the Endersby he.iding
crew were moving the Lea er
along the road last week : h
met a motor cycle which frighten
ed the mules and they - ran
through a wire fence with the
header. No damage was done.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hart man
took a load of salt to Camas Sun
day and spent the day at Keep's
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wall haye
moved to Wnpiultia audare living
with his mother.
NEWS ITEMS OF INTEREST
- LOCAL AND PERSONAL
KarlCrabtree who has been in
the U S. navy for several months
received his discbarge at Brcmtr
ton and arrived home Wednesday.
He was greeted as he stepped from
the train by relatives here.
T. II. Woodcock led his cow up
to-the side door of the posloiTloe
Wednesday morning and ask' d
the parcel post rates for local ai;d
A. F. Martin's pasture and con
jsiderable garden was destroyed
recenuy wnen me u. w. section
cie.v burned of the right-of-way.
.V big fire is reported to be lag
i i on the Reservation. The air
ha'-i the last few days assumed ji
dentin smoky Hppearance.
"It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's
F. M. Jory
Fresh Strawberries Cherries in Season
Oranges and Bananas Dried Onicns
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 Aprons Hats
Screen Wire Fly Swat!crs
"It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's"
- A b idge on the 0.W. road
opposite the Hherar 0. T. depot
burned Saturday night. It is
supposed the fire ptarted by a
spark lioni the locomotive catch
ing in tin1 lrv grass. The trains
are running on the O. T. read un
til the bridge is rebuilt.
Johuie V.iiiderpool who is div
ing a grain wngon for R. 8. S!u-b-er
was kicked Monday morning
under the chin mid on the shou'djr
by one his mules which he was
driying iuto the barn.
II. B. Holland and daughter re.
turned yesterday naming from
two weeks iu the metropolis.
Mrs. Marion Farlow and daugh
ter and Mrs. H. E. Woodcock and
son motored over from Knoik
C S. White of Wapinitia re
turned this week after picking
fruit down on the Columbia a ftw
week8. Mr. White is some hiker.
Yesterday morning after atcvin
mile walk from h's place to Wap:
nitia to put a laud notice on tl e
stage for this week's Tiims, l.e
finding the stae had gout w Iked
j to Man in.
A thunderstorm occuied in this
section Tuesday night but was not
accompanied with euflicient rain
to lay the dust. A ttrong w'nd
f r a few minutes made the d' o b
iind windows rattle. Wtdi e day
night rain fell to the amount thai
combine work was slopped half
a day. Mercury has hovered
around 00 the past week.
Born Wednesday to Mr. rnd
Mrs. Leonard Chastain, a daughter
Tuesday afternoon a spaikiroui
the up passenger train caught in
the. sage brush on the west t-He of
the river oine distance b!Vp
Miupin where Wapinitia ireek
fl ws into the Deschutes, ami thp
tire sptead so rapidly thai it re
quired hard woik to keep it out of
! Foreman George Ciriuingham's
grain field. George hud followed
the train on lis spevder and fought
I the fire alone for tome time when
jh returned to town for hie crew.
1I' savs that had not I is brothers
krpt the tiro under control while
h went for b 'p it wou'd have
taken the grain, ,
B. F. Cook has rented the Mau
pin hotel to Mr. and Mrs. B. F.
Turner who took chaise Monday.
Mr. Cook went to White K ver to
vifit his brother.
Euiil Hackler returned Thurs
day inoin'ng from Portland where
he took a car load of cattle Satur
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kirsch were
I iii uoui vnienoii vvenntsnay.
GAS AND COAL
A big gas discovery was made
near Clackamas river in the Cas
c ide mountains recently by O- L.
t'uquet and I'. X. Johnson ol
Wapiniiia. The parties have filed
their claim and the Government
will send experts at once to Inves
ijatn the matter. Coal waB also
found near the gas.
H. E. Woodcock of Wamic has
purchased the Geo. Bedford farm
on Smock. ....
W. C. Vauderpool and family
returned homo last evening after
a few weeks' tour of the state.
They made a trip to mp, Idaho
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Sberar are
here from The palles for the bar-
veBt season. ".,
Early to Bed
Early to Rise,
Work all day
Biiy some screen doors.
Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co
An ice cream social was given
in the church at Smock a wuk
Carl Pratt and Mrs. Matie Pati
sou were Dalles visitors Friday.
Miss Crystal Pratt retunid
Sunday from a two weeks' y
with friends at Wapinitia.
-Mrs, Annie Packaid is taking
care of the J. II. Eubanks home
while Mr, Kubatik,s and family
are muking a trip to Sout lit r -1
Mr. and Mrs. Thco. Sersurrkr
and little daughter Thclma, Wily
Knigbten and Miss Eunice) Zim
merman came over from Grass
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Johnson
and their little nephew Bat i
Weaverson came up from Port
Mrs. Fred W. Walker of The
Dalles is driving a new Foid
Sedan. She formerly lived heie.
Charley and Winston Lake and
Fred Miller went to The Dalks
Sunday to witness the ejvimniii g
leats. Tbcy were accompanied
home by Miss Alice Scott of Port
land. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Swift, Mis.
Lizzie Allen, Mis Lydia Palinn
and granddaughter Veona arrived
Thursday from the Agency.
Mr. and Mrs. Magil', Mr. and
Mrs. K. I.. Johnson and, Basil
Weaverson spent Sunday ou Bad-
Vard and Vemie Norval were
Dulnr visitors Sunday.
Fd Driver was a Dalles vieitor
Saturday remaining over night.
Carl Pratt has traded his big
Cir for a Ford Sedan.
Tuesday when wrestling with
Tom Woodcock, Andy Bailes loll,
hurling hit back so painfully that
he had to be taken home on a
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