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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 12, 1919)
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Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL 6, NO. 9
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 12, 1919
THE YEAR $1.50
Real Estate Notes
The lot between the E. A. Cyr
confectionery and the Drug store
was sold December 3rd to M. M.
December 4th, Mrs. Katherhie
Morris' Tygh Valley property hub
Bold to Wood & Reddintjton of
northern Idaho, who will start a
Dec 7th, B. F. Turner purchas
ed three' lots in Block 32, facing
II. L. Morris, the local hustling
realty man states that he has good
substantial buyers waiting for
farm property valued from $25,000
A. A. BritUin has sold his big
500 acre farm to Rieke Botbwell.
Frank Fryman and Miss Goldie
have sold their ranches to Mr.
Pruit uud are moving to The
Large sheets of carbon paper for
embroidery stamping at the Times
SENT IN BY OUR
B. L. Foreman made a trip to
Man pin Thllrsday for a six-nnnlh
old calf, a choice animal, for
which he paid $200.
Glennia. and Myrtle llollnian
were absent from school lust weik
on account of sickness.
The snow is about four feet' deep
mid the thermometer rogistets 15
below. Snow commenced falling
about midnight Monday and con
tinued 48 hours. No wind.
Ed Bernard and Joe Graham
are snowbound at Maupin.
N. G. llediu came up from
Portland Saturday via the highway
Mrs. D. Woodside returned
home Sunday from Decator, III,
Mr. Woodside met her at The
F. M. Jory
in Need of
-- Our Prices
Gas Air-o-lite Lamps
"It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's"
"It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's" I
We have opened a garage at Tygh
to give you
and will strive
real service at a reasonable
Bring us one job and
you'll be a booster
MORROW (EX TUNISON
Car, Truck, and Tractor
Oxy Acetylene Welding
Vulcanizing and Re
treading Service Car at Your Call
Dalles with their car.
Mr. W. 0. Wilson and Miss
Ruby are staying at Pine Grovi
this week so Ruby can be clyee to
No school since Tuesday ut
A Junior Intermediate C. I
was organized by the pastor Sun-1
day night. Mrs. Fred MgiH i
Mr. and Mrs. Smith Holt of
Albany visited over Friday night
at the O'Brien home. Mrs. Holt
is a sister of Mr. O'Brien.
The little sou of Mr. and Mrs.
Claymire was quite sick the past
fcw.days. Dr. Klwood attended.
The youngest child of Mr. and
Mrs. Stanton was sick last week,
Hit hotter now.
Charley Gable ieft Tuesday for
Tim Dalles and Portland. Mrs.
Gib"l and little daughter are
visiting in Portland.
Joe Higgles and Mrs. Maud
Hammer went to Portland the
first of I lie. week to help care for
Klmer H'. miner who got his leg
broken i '- nntly,
A baby "il l at rived at the O.
E. Wood hums at Wamic Thurs
The regular monthly session of
the Commercial Club opened Sat
urday night wuh L. Kelly in the
chair. A number of important
issues were discussed, the main
question being the hard euifacing
of the new market mads, nine or
sixteen feet. The nine foot was"
favored. A committt e was elect
ed to meet with repiftiUtatives
from Maupin to select the new
road supervisor. The smmlard
izalion of the higj) . sehoi.l was
agreed and the club will help fur
nish the money, so they will be
allowed their share of the county
funds. . A Bocial will be given in
the near future. It was rtci.n,
'mended that N G. Hedin diaw
! resolutions askiug the Count)
jCour. that the Claussen-Lewis
jroad Biirvey up Paquet Gulch be
; opened up. Mrs. E. A. Ilartman
Len Wilson And N, G. Hedin are
ithe program committee for the
(next three months. It was de
cided that the Farm Bureau and
Commercial Club be consolidated.
The committee on road signs r
ported and signs will be posted in
tbe near future. The Club will
meet the .first Saturday in each
mouth. All interested invited.
Stogsdill was a cheerfnll womii
nd her aniiable disposition won
many warm friends who are deep
ly saddened by her deatn.
This place has experienced h
'ieavy snow storm and yery cold
Marion Duncan moyed his fam
ily last week to hi Smock homn.
David Mayfield who has been O. W. Central Oregon tin ins on
living on the M. Duncan farm Sunday have discontinued to con
moved to the Mrs. N. Jones . serve coal
NEWS TMS OF .
Dr. H. Co Dab
NOTICE TO PATIENTS: Will be absent from office
from Dec 22nd, 1919, to Jan. 2nd, 1920, inclusive
Glen Lucas arrived home from
an extended trip to Portland and
Bud Harvey is suffering from an
Uttack of inflamalory rheumatism.
Guy Harvey, Don Miller and
Uncle lid Driver were Dalles visit
ors Tuesday of last week, remain
ing over night.
T. R. Woodcock and A E Lake
were Dalles visitors last Wednes
day, guests of H. V. Woodcock.
Vernie Noival ai:d Bclvie Pali
son went to The Dalles Wednesday
remaining over night.
Mrs. Kale J. Stogsdill who died
Monday morning in The Dalles
was a retident of this place many
years ago, coining herewith her
i husband shortly after their mar
riage, where Mr. Stogsdill taught
several terms of school. Later
jsbe moved to Juniper Flat, resid
ing on a farm uutil moving to 1
I The Dalk'B. She was the mother j
jof sevm children, two being born,
jhere. They are Mrs. Veva Driver j
I now attending school in Berkley, I
!CaL, W isa Francip, teaching in
Hood River, Willis, of Portland,
iGeprgo of Alaska, Miss Ruby of
jSan Francisco and Mits Eula who
lesides at the home of her paienti.
One child ditd in infancy. Mrs.
John, George and David May
field returned recently from a trip
to Eugone and southern Oregon,
where they were looking for a
Henry Miller has completed his
garage on Mill street.
Archie Smith is now with hit'
mother, Mrs. Martha Dean.
Mr. and' Mrs. A. F. Overman
arrived from Rilley bringing their
little son Billy who will remain
with his grandmother, Mrs. Laura
Savage and attend schuol.
Charley Wing shipped a number
of dressed turkeys to Portland for
the Thanksgiving market.
Ralph Chandler has moved lo
his farm on Smock.
W. T. Norval circulated a sub
scription for donations to repair
Ihe grade this sido of Tygh ; $1000
was raised. Work was done on
the road last week.
Mrs. Margaret Blabkerby, after
a two weeks' visit with her son
Howard left for Onkgrovo.
Shirley Parker aud family of
Sanger, Cal., were guestB at the
Howard Blackerby home last week
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Driver and
baby Elma were Dalles visitors a
The Misses Imo and Eva Mc
Atee were out from The Dalles,
spending Thanksgiving with hume
folks at Tygh.
Miss Aim i Driver who is attend
ing! M. Mary a in lne Ualie?, uc-
, .a it r.i.
c pained Blisses veya nunon
and Dorathy McCay to the latters
hPime at Gateway Wednesday for
Some wintery weather lately.
Mr. and Mrs. Shannon, Mr. and
Mrs. K. L. Hauser, and Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Punting were Dulles
visitors from Tygh Monday,
H- V. Woodcock who was called
here by the death of his sister-in-law,
Mrs. J. R. Woodcock return
ed lo The Dalles Monday.
Mrs. II. F. and sons J. 11 am
Cecil were oyer from Maupin I n
(la to attend the funeral.
Jocob Spth who died in Thi
Dalles recently was a long time
resident of this place where he
won many warm friends who me
sad at his passing away.
The Misses Crystal Pratt and
Dorathy McCorkle are home from
a business course at the Holme
Business College, Portland.
0. V. Train No. ;J5 due 10:25
a. in. No. "6 due al 3:5 p. in.
O. T. Train to Portland I 0.1 a.
in., from Portland 1:27 a. in.
The largest and most artistic
line of Stationery ever on display
at Maupin can be seen at the
Maupin Drug Store. Nice boxes
for Christinas presents, ?5c to $3
Snowfall arly Tuesday morning
lasted uutil Wednesday night,
reaching a depth of three feet.
The mercury which ranged around
i!2 above, lowered and n Thurs
day uight dropped to 20 below.
This is said to be the deepest
snow and lowest temperature
Trains on the 0. W. did not
get through Wednesday or Thurs
day, Snowplows went up lust
evening ou both roads aud traffic
will resume today.
Maupin Bchool remains in ses
sion, with small attendance. Many
rural schools discontinued.
The snow at Hedin's Camp is
five feet deop. Mr. Hedin Btated
they intend making, a trail out
Sat. Dec. 13th
, Household Goods
W. C. vSTILLWELL,
Owner and Auctioneer
The Window of the Soul THE EYE
Christmas gifts for the whole
family, Toilet Articles, Ivory
pyralin, Eustman Kodaks, Watch
es and Jewelry, Artistic Boxes of
Candy, Manicure and Toilet Sets,
Pel fumes and other articles on
display at the Maupin Drug Store.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dyer ha ye
moved to town for the winter.
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 hypermetropia, presbyopia, myopia,
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
llepner, Oregon, May 23, 1913.
To whom it may concern:
During the past year Dr. Herbert W. Copeland, Eyesight
Specialist, has fiitted five pairs of glasses for myself and family,
and all have given entire s tisfaction.
Dr Copeland is skillful, cartful, and reliable, and I take
pleasure in recommending hin to any one needing the services of
an eyesight specialist.
L. H- Briggs.
A." BAUMG ARTNEr""!
' Mrapk Oiregoini.
SOME OF THE THINGS THAI wt CAN DO FOR '
DO YOUR NOTARY WORK,
SELL YOUR FARM EOK tOu,
KENT YOU A SAFETY DEPOSIT BOX.
BUY YOUR WHEAT. BARLEY AND OATS,
TAKE CARE OK YOUK BANKING BUSINESS.
DO YOUR UNirEI) STATES COMMISSIONER WORK.
GIVE US A TRIAL. WE CAN AND WILL MAKE GOOD
MAUPIN STATE BANK