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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 9, 1920)
Demoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL 6, NO. 13
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY. JANUARY 9, 1920
THE YEAR $1.50
Last Wednesday evening Wapi
nitia Rebekah Lodge No. 191 of
I. 0. 0. F. installed their officers
for the ensuing term. Sister
Vena Kaiser, D. D, P. was in
stalling officer. N. G., l.ydia
Fraley; V, 0., Fern Jory; Sec'y.
Margie Stuart; Treas , Frances
Talcott; Chaplain, Lora Doty;
Cod., Ida Duncan; Warden, May
Slusher; R. S. N. O , Violet Crab
tree; L. S. N. 0., Maude Crabtree
R. S.V.G., Vina AyreB; L. L. V.
G., Lena Turner. I. G , Dee Tal
cott; 0. G., Williard Cunningham
After initiation and installation
of the officers the Rebekahs repair
ed to the banquet hall where a
delicious chicken supper served by
the Odd Fellows was enjoyed by
SENT IN BY OUR
The following renewed their
subscription to the Times during
the past few days:
L. C Wilhelm
M. L. Arnett
J. W. Ward
L. D. Kelly
Peter Kilburg returned the last
of the week from a trip to the
This section has been vis' el
the past week by the l.eaiest fig
that has been here for a 1 ng tin e
For seyeral days last week it doze
on everything; telephone wires
were large as cables and a number
of the lines between here and
Maupiu were broken by the heavy
weight, but all are repaired mw
Monday night about two inclus
of biiow fell and the fog lifted but
has settled down ngain. j
Irma Smith returned to hir
school in Portland Sunday night
after a teu days' visit wthhinn
N. G. Hedin and Harold Reth-
erferd returned from Portland
Saturday evening. They left lcr 1
The Dulles Tuesday morning.
Miss Ruby Wilson returne 1
from Portland Saturday and re
sumed her school at Pii e Grove
Monday, the first school there
since the big snow,
Tomy Kingsley who is trapping
in the mountains this winter can e
out here Monday. He ret ror s
there is scarcely any snow in the
mountains at present, it being as
deep at Bear creek as it is at the
b lmmit. Mr. Kingsley brought
out 40 marten, 2 red fox and 7
To the Citizens of the Maupin Voting Precinct:-
I, the undersigned, have concluded that the judg
ment of my friends opposing incorporation of the town
of Maupin is better than mine on that subject.
Therefore we will not hold the meeting as adver
tised in the Maupin Times on January 2nd. 1920.
Dated at Maupin, Oregon, this 5th day of January,
H. L. Morris.
The Sam Lewis Com
pany Soon to Appear
A Million Dollars
Tco much money isn't it? And
yet that is what the New Yorkers
This splendid Company of 4
artists SinimrH Musicians and
entertainers annearimr here onPaid Tora SkeyhiU on the night ol
the Lyceum Circuit January 30thjOctobe 9th',1918 whc" whal U"
mew iom lnoune lertnt'U me
It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's
F. M. Jory
When in Need of Dependable
Goods -- Our Prices Are Right
Gas Air-o-lite Lamps
"It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's"
will he the big event of the season
and unless you have already .done
so, don't lose any time in securing
your seats for this attraction.
Over 15) season tickets have
already been sold and while we
can at pi en 'lit accommodate that
many mere it is going to be "S.
R. 0." (Standing Room Only)
for some of the late ones.
Call up Central; she will fix
tilings for you, and tbe first time
you come down you can come in
and get you tickets but DO IT
today and insure yourself a good
seat for tbe season.
ermine. He shipped 26 marten
at one time before this season,
making 'a total of 66.
Clyde Flinn aud Miss Myrtle
Chappie were' married, in The
Dalles Wednesday. Miss Chappie
has lived here for a number' of
years but has spent the past t' ree
months in Kansas at her old hoe e
and just arrived in The Dalks
Tuesday. The young people wil
return home this evening, Thuru
Mrs. W. J. Ilickey left Sunday
for a week's visit in Portand.
Jerry Young left here the laBt
of the week to visit a sister in the
Donald Wilson who spent the
holidays at his home here return
ed to his school in The Dalles
A Christian Endeavor Social
was enjoyed by the young folks at
the parsonage last Thursday even
ing. Mrs. Parker had charge of
it and all report a splendid time.
Ernest Dodge and Emil Hackler
were Maupin visitors Thursday.
Mrs. R. W. McCorkle spent a
few days visiting relatives in
Wamic last week.
G. E. Wood walked over to his
ranch here from Wamic Monday.
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 (EL TUNISON
U Car, Truck, and Tractor
Oxy Acetylene Welding
Vulcanizing' and Re
treading' Service Car at Your Call
"Greatest demonstration in the
History of any War Lo;in" he
single-handed raised the enormous
sum of $23,750,000 in Uentv
As a speaker the "Cleveland
Plain Dealer" one of the big east
ern papers- says: The most effec
tive war speaker in America; a
silver-tongued master of Eloquence
whose vivid powers of description
lift his audiences to heights of
Se him here on the night ol
been on the sick list and his wife
has endeavored to take the nittil
over the route.
We heard the whistle of a train
at Friend which which indicates
that trains are again running. -
The snow is going fast. If
more does not fall we will have
bare ground next month. The
men are kept busy keeping home
fires burning yet, tis nothing
like the winter of '15 and '10.
Pastor Eads and daughter
Velma have been on the sick list,
but are better now.
Mrs. J. W- Farlow who has
been afflicted for months was
quite poorly yesterday.
Leonard Farlow returned to
Maupin Monday to enter school
Ethel Ledford is visiting rela
tiyes in Hood River.
Miss Lou Jones has returned
from a two months' stay at The
Dalles much improved in health.
Miss May has returned from
her vacation trip home and has
The deed snow has been a hind
erance to the carrying of mail on
! rural routes. Our postman has
Ours Was Light
Mrs. J. II. Kistner gave us n
letter from her niece at the raig-
ers' station 20 miles north ol
Sisters and one from her brother
idling of the s.iow at their horne?
Sisters, Oregon, December 20.
Dear Aunt Janie unci uncle Joe;
Just a few lines to wish you a
Merry Xmns and Happy New Year
We are snowed in at the station.
Begun to snow the eighth of tlie
month and didn't let up until the
tenth. We had six feet before it
quit. It has settled to about, t hiet-
now. My it was awful; couldn't
see a fence or anything. It h
awful cold too. It broke in a li t
of buildings. ;
Frank and Mr. ILinson are go.
igg to try to go to Sisters in a
sleigh They will start tomorrow.
It will take them about four duys
to make the trip.
Perry South, George 'Atkins and
two timber cruisers were snnvied
in here and had some time getting
home. They all went up to
Hansen's and made slceis an it
took them two hard day's woik
I mnst elose. Writ us all tl.e
Dave and Nellie.
NEWS THES OF
Gold Near Maupin
W. F. Axford wns in from Cri
torion Monday and ri'pm Is' be has
inado gold discovery at one pliice
in that section.
For pbK-Five () A. O
ft'ii'k Cockerels. A. A,
etter we got a few days ago.
We have had some winter the
lat two weeks. It pii uvimI and
lrifted so we couldn't tell how
leep it got but it Mowed snow
into every place thnt iiir could get
in. The coldent wns three above
iro. We Uiuu'l Uihh anything oy
tho cold unless it hurt tin' berry
vines. Many people around here
let their water pipes freeze and
burst. It seemed much colder
here than it really wns. We
biirned lots of wood and kept the
house warm. The snow is going
pretty fust nw but there are
many uig onus yet. ine river
lid n't freeze o ver solid heie but
it was full of ice, and would have
fiozmi had not the boats kept
breaking it open all the time.
Well I will close with best wish
es to ail. Write soon.
Hud and Miniio.
Virgil Mayhew and Miss Violet
Miller were married in Vancouver
Tuesday, January 0. They visit
ed a few days with relatives in
Portland. A big party was given
in their honor last night at the
home of Mrs. D M. Shattuck at
1317 Miiwaukie Ave. , After a
couple days yisiting relatives in
The Dalles Mr. and Mrr. Maylew
will return to Maupin Sunday
afternoon and will be at home on
the Mayhew farm where all is in
readiness for a pleasant reception.
The Times joins tbe ninny friends
of these popular young people in
offering congratulations and best
islu s. '
N J, Sinnott has Bent this office
an allotment of garden Beeds to
tie distributed in this section.
Call for yours before the 're gone.
Mrs. L. C Henneghan went to
Tbe Dalles Tuesday to see her
mother Mrs. Alice Batty who is ill
Reward will be paid by A. R.
Wilcox of Wapinitia, Ore., for
information concerning one light
roan cow branded R on left hip
and bar thus on right hip, up
per bin in left ear, and one light
roan yearling heifer same braud
except no bar on right hip.
Shattuck Bros, are making their
yearly invoice lh!s week,
Dr. H. Co Dak
B A.' Li f 5 P. M.
a by &i
Portland, Dec, 10.
Dear Janie and Joe:
Will try to answer your kind
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 hypermetropia, presbyopia, myepia,
and astigmatism with properly fitted glasses.
See him on Saturdays or evenings, not at any
time that will interfere with school duties.
Tendleton, Oregon, Jan. 29,' 1916.
To whom it may concern:
I have been very near sighted all my life, being compelled to
quit school 'at twelve years of age on account of my eye trouble.
At different times I have been fitted with glasses by eye
specialists, with more or less satisfaction, until last June, when
I had my eyes examined by Dr. Herbert W. Copeland, who made
me the best pair of (flaws I ever I ai. I use them for both
reading and distance with perfect comfort.
M. W. Deardorff.
No one knows where it it. You l ave pcssilly spent hours looking
for it and many more hours worrying as to where it might be.
There is really only one way of preve' ting valuable papers and
documents from becoming mislaid or lost, and tr at is to place your valuables in
one of our fire-proof Safe Deposit Boxes.
Rates $2 per year.
MAUPIN STATE BANK