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HE MAUPIN TIMES
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL 6, NO. 8
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 5.1919
THE YEAR $1.50
Nancy E. Miller, daughter of
David H. Miller was born in the
state of Indiana February 5th,
1858. She came with her purents
across the plains by ox team in
1865 at the age of 12 years, to
Portland, Oregon, finally settling
on a farm near Albany in Linn
county. After a few years the
family moved to Multnomah coun
ty and Bellied nenr Gresbam at
which place she Was married in
1871 to James R. Woodcock. To
this union eleven children were
born, six boys and five girls, fivo
of the children having preceedecl
their mother to the graye. Six
children, three boys and three
girls remain to mourn the depar
ture, all of whom were present.
The family moved to Wamic in
1876, 43 years ago. This mother
having ber lot with the early
settlers of the great Pacific North
west faced the hardships of front
ier life bravely, thinking not so
much of her own needs as the
needs of her family and neighbors.
This sterling quality of our early
fathers and mothers makes us of
another generation brave and
Thus Nancy E. Woodcock lived
and November 20th, 1 1 1 0. she
died, aged 66 years," 9 mouths and
SENT IN BY OUR
The following reuewed their
subscription to the Times during
the past few days:
Mrs. E J. Mngill
A. J. Connolly
Wiley J. Harris
Ci. E. Wood
J. T. Harper
Don't send away for Rexall
Goods. We have them at Home.
Maupin Drug Store.
'It Pays to Pay Cash at JoryV
F. M. Jory
When in Need of Dependable
Goods v Our Prices Are Right
Gas Air-o-lite Lamps
"It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's"
We have opened a garage at Tygh
Valley and will strive to give you
real service at, a reasonable price.
Bring us one job and
you'll be a booster
MORROW a TUNISON
Car, Truck, and Tractor
Oxy Acetylene Welding
Vulcanizing' and Re
treading' Service Car at Your Call
The third cold spell of the win
ter is now on with the mercury
hovering only a few degrees above
Jim Madron and Bert Taylor
made a trip aciws the mountains
last week and arrived home Tues
day with a bunch of horses to
winter. They report six Inches
of snow as the summit house.
Orville Smith who has been
nick tor a few ' months parsed to
Uih great beyond Wednesday
morning at 8:80- lie was about
111 sears old and lived with hiB
parents near Filie Grove. Fuuer
al services will be conducted by
Rev. J. I. .Parker Thuisday aud
interun tit made in the Kelly cenie
tery. lie leaves a father, mother,
and two sisters. .
Mr. and Mrs. Hickey arrived
from Poi i laud Tuesday arid will
live. in the Brown residuce this
A Christian Endeavor business
meeting and social was held at
the parsonage 'I ueeday evening.
Lea G.'ibel bus been out from
The Dalles visiting, at the Gabel
O- L. Paquet has sold his bunch
of cattle to Ben GM for $3,000.
Tha land deal which was report
ed from here between A. R May
nard, E. A. . Hartman and N, G.
Hedin failed to materialize.,', "
A dance was given at the Heck
ler home Thursday evening.
Miss Alma Powell came Imme
from Dufur Wednesday for u few
days' visit with home folks mid
her aunt aud uncle, Mr. and Nn.
S. E. Parker who are visiting hut
from Sanger, Cal. . .
Harold aud Karl Uetherfurd re
turned Monday from a few days'
visit with relatives in Portland.
Market Road election at Maupin
was attended by a number of the
citizens from here. The proposi
tion seems to have taken yery
favorably. It is stated there were
only five votes cast against in the
Mrs. D.' Woodside who is visit
ing in Uecator, Illinois, writes
that she is having a fine time.
Jim Hartman has gone to Idaho
with a view to buying a big stock
ranch near Boise.
Commercial Club meet at the
school house Saturday night. Ev
NEWS TMS OF
O. W. Train No. 35 d lie 10:
a. in. No. 36 due at 3:25 p. m.
O. T. Train to Portland 1-03 a.
ui., from Portland 1:27 ii. in.
If wanting a beautiful mondero
home furnace heatwith income
write to B. C. Phetteplace, The
OFFICE HOUES: 2 A. El to 5 P.
Sunday ind other hours fcy ppoi&(inr.ein.t
For Sale, NW quarter section 25
township 35 range 14 east, 100
acres, about sixty under cultiva
tion, rest good grass land, two live
spring the year around, small
house and barn about two miles
north of Sbt-rar Bridge in Sherman
county, $25 per acre. Will take
good car as first payment, balance
cany. Owner, K. K. White, Aus
tralia Hotel, First and Taylor St.
At E. A. Cyr's Canned Cheese
hver try a can?
Win Still well was a busiucsss
caller from Tygh Monday.:
Fresh Beef at E. Cyr's.
Mozart Cabinet Grand Piano
for sale, see F. C. Butler for term?
Mr. and Mrs. Wiley J. Hir'ris
were Sunday visitors from Bake
For Sale Good cooking apples
mixed yarieties, Jumble pack, al
one dollar box. Mail orders filled
when accompanied by check.
Dufur Orchard Co-Owners C6.
Mis. A. M. White who hns been
ill the past ten days is eonvalesc
ing. Dr. Dodds was twice called
from Dufur. Miss Brittain is the
The Portland Painless Dentist
All work guaranteed. W. T.
Slatteu, P. D. 8., Prop., 305 Sec
ond St., The Dalles. ,
Fourteen ladies met Wednesday
afternoon with Mis. L. C. Wil
helm in the capacity of a Red
Cross social function and bad a
very enjoyable time. ...
We hare for sale 200 ewes bred
to coarse wool rauis. Uaussr it
Dahl, Tygh Valley. .
Mr. and Mrs, McBride of Orenco
were guests of Mr. and Mrs,
Ernest Troutuaan a week. Mrs.
McBride is a sister of Mr Trout
man. Dr. T. Del.arhue, Eyesight
Specialist. '. Finest equipped exclu
sive optical parlors in central
OieK hi. Rooms 17-18 Vogt Block,
over Crosby's Drug storp, The
Dalles, Ore. .
Mr. S'evens, a skiiM mechanic
from the east is employed in
li J S-yer will open a b.irber
shop in the Maupin Garage build
ing Saturday, Decembtr 6, to re
main there until other riuins nrt
to be had.
T. E. Morgemen came to Mmi
piu Monday for his last trip lieu
this winter. He said they expect
ed to leave the mtft morning foi
Musier with their last load.
Job wanted by man experienced
in packing or herding eheep. lu-
ipiire A. W, Dunning, Wapini
Dr. Slovull has received notice
from Slate Supt. Churchill that
he has passed credit of Standard
ization on Maupin school district
No. 84 and that the certificate of
standing has been recorded.
I have a farm 400 acres, 20
miles from Boise, Idaho, 10 miles
from Etnmett, good soil, well
watered, lots of outside range.
Grows good alfalfa without water'.
80 acres can be irrigated. A good
cattle proposition. Price $lo.00
per acre. A. A. Bonney.
II. L. Morris has bought two
lots between John Donaldson's
and W. H. Staals' machine shed
aud is opening a realty business.
Dr. Stovall has bought the
Frank Buzan residence proper y
this week, Mr. and Mrs. Buzan
will move to the county.
Rive hi mire rods of lurid furn
ished my family of six more
strawberries than we could use all
summer. If you have water for
irrigation they will dn the same
for ion. Plants $1 per hundred.
A. A. Bonney.
Dr. Shannon bus been in ,
land the past few days.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. J.
B. Magi II at Wamic was the scene
of a great home-coming on Thanks
giving day, when their seven
children came back home, bring
ing their families with them.
The gathering consisted of Grand
pa aud Grandma Magill, their
seven children, namely, Mrs. Anna
Packard, Mrs. Edith Eubank?,
Mrs Jessie McCorkle, Mrs. May
Crofoot, Will, George aud Fred
Magill, with their husbands and
wives, eighteen grandchildren with
their husbands and wives and five
The day was spent in feasting,
visiting and rejoicing, and all
reported a grand aud gloriaus lime
H. R. Kaiser and family moved
to the Johnson property this week
Sat Dec. 134h
W. C. vSTILLWELL.
Owner and Auctioneer
The Window of the Soul - THE EYE
Most precious gift to Man;
As the busy years of life go by,
Preserve it while you can.
HERBERT W. COPELAND, Principal of Maupin School,
also graduate and licensed
treats cases of hyperrretropia, presbyopia, rr.yopia,
and astigmatism with properly fitted glasses.
See him on Saturdays or evenings, not at any
time that will interfere with school duties.
MORROW MILLING COMPANY
Hepner, Oregon, May 28. 1913.
To whom it may concern:
During the past year Dr. Herbert W. Copeland, Eyesight
Specialist, has hitted five pairs of glasses for myself and family,
and all have given entire si t'sfaction.
Dr Copeland is skillful, careful, and reliable, and I take
pleasure in recommending him to any one needing the services of
an eyesight specialist.
L. H. Briggs.
Ja. eaumgartmer II
Are you using The Times liner
column when you have guy thing
to btllor want to buy some article!
that your neighbor may have or
wishes to dispose of ? If Dot try
a want ad in that column. We are
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SELL YUUU FARM FUK two.
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BUY YOUR WHEAT. BARLEY AND OATS.
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