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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 3, 1919)
Demoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL 5, NO. 51
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY. OREGON. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 3. 1919
THE YEAR $1.50
SENT IN BY OUR
Mrs I). Woodside and datight r
MisB Clair relumed Wedned;y
from a week's trip to Pal.-ni and
other places in t lie yu.lley.
Mr. and Mrs. IJnrl Bafzee nnd
daughter Vivian returned Wed
nesday from a week's yisit in
. J P. Abbott bought Mr. Good
euough ranch on the hill for $1700
Pat Miles of Cherry ville stopped
bers Wednesday on bis return
bom irorji Warm Springs.
This section experienced a hard
freeze Monday night, killing all
Kail Heeding is in full blust.
Mr, and Mrs. Chan, lleisler of
Dufur came over Sunday and vis
ited at the Poivell houieA Miss
Powell will remain for a few das
.wiih home folk.
Mr? and Mrs, Will NiekerBon
ofTyghwere visiting the 1'oweil
Fred Delco has secured employ
ment as instructor in farming on
the reservation and left the liisl
of the week.
Ed Riteh sold bis Ford to Fred
Deleo and bs Lot-ght a freight
team and will haul wood to the
business section of tewn.
Mr?. R V. MoCoikle was or
the sick lint last week, but h
llev. J. I.- Parker of I.o An
gels has betu appointed h the
conference to servo as pastor here
for the coining year, Mr. Pinker
spent a number of years here be
fore going to California, .
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Rice ar
rived Sunday from Portland ai d
will remain a couple weeks visit
ing home folk.
C. B Doyle and family moved
to The Dalles last week where the
boysill attedri school.
J. Wi WrJ has a new Chevro
K, N. Nelson is looking after
business in The Dalle this week.
Mr. arid Mis. Thomas Flanagan
and Miss Mary came tip from
Portland Ti!CJny and returned
Wednesday after In iff visit with
friends here. Mrs. Flai agau says
sugar for canning is not oblam
aold at pretent iu Portland,
rIt Pays to Pay Cash at JoryV
F. M. Jory ,
Now is the time to get your supply of
A NEW SHIPMENT
Couch Covers Steamer Rugs .
Go-Cart Robes Baby Blankets
Mackinaw Coats Auto Robes
Fancy Bed Spreads Fath Robes
Yarn, .Shawl Indian Robes
It Pays to Piy Cash at Jory's"
Allie Pratt tuft Tuesday for
Bellingbam, Wu., where La will
pend the winter.
Mr and Mrs. Percy Driver re
turned from The Dalles Monday
bringing a quantity of grapes
from tho Fleck vinyard.
George Crawford went to Man
pin Monday, and to The Dalles
Tuesday, bringing back a load of
Mr. and Mrs. Ilalbert Hawken
and Mrs. Ruth Crowley left Mon-,
day for their home ut Ash wood
after sgending a week w ith friends
and relatives here.
This place experienced fome
unusually warm westber for Sept
ember the former part ol the week
the temperature getting up to 86,
th ugh it was as low as !)7 the
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Palmafeer
and ho!i Clifford went to Hood
River iv' i'k ago Saturday,
Thei" are quite a number of
'iigh si-lmol pupils -altundinii
school In re now. some coming
from other places.
J If. Wo-xkock, aecou panied
by James Vii'kr and Mrs. Annie
Lee made a 1 1 ip to Jumper l'lat
Mrs. Matie patisun returned
from The Dalle Wednesday after
a two weeks tay with relative.
She took medical treatment while
in town. .
The train being lair Wedueeday
'no mail arrived here. . '
I. E. Kennedy,. A. llarve.y
P. B. and W. M. Driver went to
the mountains Wednesda) to look
after their cattle.
Sim Bennet has moved frr.pi
his home in Badger canyon tu the
Round Prarie place. '
F,l vie Crowley oa mo down fun
Ashvvood Wednesday, taking bad
a load of fruit.
Maupin School News
High school pupils averaging
90 ptr cent or mora in the hist
mouth's testsrc: Leonard Far
low, 98.7a;. Mabel Cjr) 5 6;
Lester Crofoot, 93; Ida Duncan,
$; Lewis Derlhiek, 1)0. 5. N
Our new Hag bus arrived. Mag
salute: I pledge allegiance to mv
ll ig and to the republic for which
it stands; one nation, indivisible,
with liberty and justice for all.
?'How is school a goin"?" Fine!
Come and see for yourse f.
"For life, not for sihool we
"Work, not worry, brings ac
cess." If our work is done dili
gently and oouscientiously neither
teachers nor pupils should worry
over remits. Worry is destruc
tive. ,a8br omnia vincit ( Labor
The attendance in the primary
room has been nearly perfect this
mouth. We hope it continues so.
quite ill, but is better.
Mrs. Edith Farlow is st.iyitKg
with Grandma Farlow.
The Sruock school closed one
day for the fair.
Mr. and Mrs. George Led Cord
returned from the mountains
Tuesday where they have been
Just as she was ready to start
for The Dalles the hitler pait of
tho week Mrs. Craft had a inna
way, damaging everything.
Walter Ledfo d and Jake Stabl
er are building a cabin in the
moui t.tins lo trap iu this winter.
IRRIGATION CO. TO
. RAISE PRICE NOV. 4
Present Rate Till Then
A limited amount of beardless
rye seed. Ed Heirling, Ciiurion
The weather is lde.il, having
'iati some cool wintcry t moi nings,
Frank Feltch is building a riew
silo, J. C. Bradway and Tom Far
low doing the work.
Farlow Bros, finished Uueeliing
I. T. Courtrlght and Mr. Jenkin
of White Salmon were visiting at
the Morgan home Sunday.
G. W. Bargeuholt returned
from The Dalles. His daughter
accompanied him home, filing
Dr. Khvood called at the Jones
home Friday, and also stopped l
John Furlow V, little Helen beinrj
Farlow Bios, will build a tilo.
MuWany Bros, have been cha
ing bear for a few days, and have
killo 1 a few. One of the dogs was
The Stockholders of Wapinitia
Irrigation Company, in their an
nual meeting ratified the sugges
tion of the Company's ofliceis to
raise the price of water 20 per
cent, inaking the price $60 per
Since 1914, the time Wapinitia
Irrigation Co. purchased theprop
e.ty, eyery known commodity haa
inoieaseo in cost 50 to 100 per
cent. A shovel in 1914 cost 75
cents, today it costs $1,65 to $2.
All tools and implements are
higher proportionately. Labor in
1914 was obtainable at $2.50 to
$ 00 per 10 hour day. Now it is
$100 to 17.00 per 8 hour clay.
i Today the water is flowing over
the lands of Wapini-ii Plains as
I a guarantee of service well per
f r it ed, so $60.00 today is cheaper
watei than $50.00 was in 1914.
I The price will not he raised
until' November 1st, 1919, All
contracts n.ade prior lo that date
will stand good at $50.00 ptr acre.
The Company need" 20 mora
men for construction in the mouii
Last Saturday while John Delle-
tiplie and Je.f Wlnifree were
tiding for cattle on the 'canyon
below the hitters ranch, bit spied
a coyote anil took cbiu-e, captur-'
ing the animal alive with his lasso
rop3 around its neck and one
front leg. Jeff claims Jt his stunt
before, this time John says he saw
plainly the entire performance.
Mis. F. C. Butler has laken the
mana enirnt of the Mm in swilli-
ooaru, commencing ncr uuues taill!)i at god Wttges ad conven
unit capacity ine ursii oi uiu
iont quart, ru are arranged for,
that the ueueesary work for uext
sasou may he completed,
S e N. G. Hediu at Wupiniiia
foi piuticulars iu regards to all
ma'teis pertaining lo Water or
work. ' "
B. F. Turner is the successful
candidate for the Maupin post
office, having passed the hi her
examination, and in the pobti llice
this week betui; initiated into the
F. A, Covey left Saturday for
Stanford University, W. C. Bol
ton who has been here son.e lime
nrtna'ine to take Mr. Covcv's
place is now manager of the Hunts "lorning and evening every Sunday
Thern will be regular service
at the Free Methodist church both
Maupin is to he favored with a
II. W. Morgan is very busy cut-.ayer. Mr. Naumgartnor,
Mit Wing moved to Ibe Frank tin,' corn and (. etting ready fir former Portland attorney has per-
Wing place Saturday where bis
How About It?
Have you protection for that
When the season's work is over?
On most farms some of the machinery - often the greater
part of it- is left out-of-doors the year round.
A Weather Proof Implement Shed
doubles the life of your machinery and cuts down your
And then too, machinery that is protected from the
elements is always ready for use when it is warded.
Any way you figure if, an
Implement Shed is a Time Saver
A Money Maker
Whatever your build'ing problems are. come in and talk
them over with us, for we are here to serve you.
Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co.
cl i'dren will attend school
Mrs. Sarah Kennedy was con
fined to her bed several dajs lat-t
Week with aj attack of lagiippe.
Mr. and Mrs. K',igene Fruit
Upved .Saturday to the lanfrrd
Pro'. Ward moved his family
Saturday to the Swift house.-
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kistner were
up from Tygh Monday yigitnig e
he Lee eiineiy hftMlflr
Dclbert McCoy arrived 1 on.e
Monday from over seas.
Adolpus Briggsof Corvallb', ac
companied by his sister Mrs.
ddie Biiggs Fricdley and lir
busbaud of Klondyke, hemau
cninty, visited this place the lal,
ter part of lact week erecting a
mouuni"iit over the graves of their
father JarvM Biiggs and their
brother Newton Brit'gs, who wej'e
buried near (late Creek about
half a u. i e bebw the Site of tin
edd mill erected by A. K- Lk"
nmiiv venvs arjn. Mr. Hiiks and
his svMt were killed by the lndialn
iu lSl.il, on their rtturu from the
mines at Florence, being on their
way to their houie iu AHiany.
They were returning by way of
Barlow Gate when overtaken by
Indians who were incited by some
white nieu to commit the murder,
mistaking them for parties who
haddriven and sold a drove of
beef cattle to tne miners and were
thought to be carrying the UJOliey.
They bad some difficulty iu find-
ine the graven, though they were
visited iiud marked some six years
ago by a daughter Mrs. liuima
Anderson who resides in Portland
A heavy ra'.n fell here Friday
and th weather became very cool
a frost fallMig Sunday night.
manently opened ollices in Maupin
(last week) where the need uf a lawyer has
Mrs David Ma field has been long been felt.
We give every one a cordial in
vilalion lo enmu.
Kdgar W. long,
A lot of good potato sacks for
sale F. S. Fleming.
SOME OF THE THINGS THAI Wt CAN DO FOR Vl
DO YOUR NOTARY WORK,
SKLL YOUR FARM FUlt lOu.
RENT YOU A SAFKl'Y DKHOSIT 150X,
BUY YOUR WUEVI'. BARLEY AND OAT'S.
TAKE CARE OF YOUR BANKING BUSINESS.
' DO YOUR UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER WORK.
GIVE US A TRIAL, WE CAN AND WILL MAI1E GuOD
MAUPIN STATE BANK