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THE MAUFM TIMES
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
.- VOL 6, NO 39
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY. OREGON. FRIDAY. JULY 9. 1920
THE YEAR $1.50
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. - liuotrus j. i arnsu was uoru iu
Illinois on the 11 day of May,
1 889, and died Dear Wauiic, Ore
i goni on June 27, 1920. She wa6
81 yerb, oue month and 17 day a
of age at the time of her death.
Sbe was married to W. H. Farlow
Jauuary 26, 18(50 aud crossed the
plaint with her husbaud in 1864,
, arriving iu Nebraska in the fait of
that year. After four years they
removed to Marion couity, Ore-
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guu, aiwrwaru iu viaucuuius cuuu
ty where they resided for 16 years,
aud tbau lo Wasco uouuty where
sbe lived till her death. There
were eight children born to tbem
of whom four aoui survive her, T.
E. Farlow, J M. Farlow, . W.
Farlow, and C. N. Farlow, all of
Wamlc, Oregou. Her ouly liviv
fiig brother, T. I. Parrisb liyeB at
Oregon City. Vuueral services
were conducted at the Farlow
home ou June 29 by Rev. G. R.
If ads, pastor of the Wamio Bap
tist church of which she had been
a member for many years.
Get It Fixed
I am qualified to do nearly all
kinds-cleaning and repair work
such as docks, sewing machines,
organs, etc. I also do sign painting
H. A. Walter.
Notice is hereby given to all
who are using .water from the
Maupin Springs, you are strictly
forbidden to uts water with ouzels
removed from their hose. Using
water the way above mentioned
would take Deschutes river to
keep the towu supplied with water
We firmly believe there is sotflc
.ient water for you all if von will
use' a little judgement.
,.We also ask you to not uue any
water for sprinkling after, 10
o'clock in the evening.
If these rules are not. complied
with you will be shut off and' at h
cfst of f 5 to. get water again.
Mrs.' A. H. Btauts, Ownnt.
At the Church
SENT IN BY OUR
We appreciate the attendance
at the church aud Sunday school,
and again we invite one and all
for you are surely welcome.
Sunday school 10 a. in.
Preaching, "The wonders of
Pentecost,' 11a. m.
Evening, "Tub Kingdom of I
God", 8 o'clock.'
H. A. Walter.
Ira Kistner's island is a popular
resort by reason of the warm
weather aud the attractive display
of bathing suits iu Shattuck Bros,
"It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's"
F. M. Jory
' all tStaple Groceries ,
. Fresh Meat
Fresh Fruits & Vegetables
Doughnuts and Buns
HATS HATS HATS
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- LAWYER I
Get your Fresh Bread daily at
We now handle the
Try our Hazelwood Ice (earn
Home Cooked Meals
Breakfast 7 to 9 A. M. Dinner 12 to 2 p. m.
Supper 5:30 to 8 P. M. Short Orders all Day
Fresh Meat at all Times
- H. ANDERSON, Prop.
Sunday Dinner 75
Many persons from Tygh attend
d the ftueral of Dr. Harry F.
Shannon which was couducted by
the Odd Fellows Lodge. Among
those who went were Mr. aud Mrs.
A. A. Bonney, Mr. and Mrs. H.
A Muller, Miss Celia Muller, Mr,
aud Mrs. K. L. Hauser, Mr. and
Mra. C. B. Dahl, Konrad rUuser
and Miss Mudgu Kistuer.
Mrs D. A. . Campbell arrived
from Portland Thursday. She
remained over night in The Dalles
with Mrs, P. B. aud Mrs. H. E.
Mrs. W. E. Woodcock returned
homr Thursday after a two weeks
stay iu Tbe Dalles.
J. M Patison was out from The
Dalles Thursday, remaining oyer
night ut the A. M. Patison home.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Punting
were oybi from Goldendale attend
ing the funi'ial of their eou-iu-lavi I
T. J. Swift ..f Tygh was a Dalle.
visitor last wei-k. ' . ,
Tbe Fourth passed off verj
quietly hero. No demonstration!
of a celebrating uuture being held,
A number went fiom here t(
Dufur to attend the celebration.
Amoug those who went were Mr.
aud Mrs. Willis and Mr. a no
Mrs. Vard Norval atid Mr. and
Mrs. Willis Driver.
Fred Bichsel moved to Ms nev.
uoine. ou Three Mile cm k neai
the Dalles last week. '
Mrs. N. Jnnes returned tu Tin
Dalles Thursday . and hue nn'
into her new home.
Miss Crystal Pratt returuud Sui
urday from a week's stay iu Tu
Dalles, Sbe attended the celebra
tion at Dufur on her way home.
Miss Dorathy McCoiklo arrivet
aere Saturday from Portland;
Glen Lucas was a Dalles viito
P. B. Driver came out from Tht
Dalles today accompanied b
Jartnel Woodcock. She has spun1
tbe past five weeks in The Dalle
taking chiropractic treatment.
NEWS ITMES OF
O. W. Traiu No. 35 due 10:25
a. tu. No. ae due at 2:25 p. in.
O. T. Train to Portland 12-63 a.
ui., from Portland 1 :42 a. ni.
Hot weather - Ibis week, yes
tbout 90 Thur.
Several cars wend their wa
from this section to the India!
celebration grounds each day
mme stay over oue night and al
report ou their return, that not
nucb doing. It seems as thougl
two celebrations are being .held,
iie at Sininagho, and the othe
it or near the ogency, where uioei
A the Yakima I ad ia lib are camp
J. R. Lewis aud Mr. and Mrs
Clyde Flinu left Fridoy for Sim
ii abb o grounds and are still there
VIr. and Mrs, ' Stanton moved
ver Monday to be there until tht
last of tbe week.
The cattlemen of this section
started on the ride to gather beet
cattle Friday aud were out till
Sunday aud succeeded iu finding
about 161 of fat eattlo which they
drove to Maupin Mouday aud
mipped to Portland, G. E Wood
Lu Kelly and Dee Woodside ac
ooiDpanied them lo Portland.
McCoy Brothers shipped tw
car loads of mutton to Portland
N. G. Hedin aud family and
Mr. and Mis. Ellinswood are cele
brating at the lake this week.
Kennedy were married at Vancou
ver Saturday evening. Mrs, Km
uedy was a former resident bote
aud known by most everyone. Mr.
Kennedy is a resident of Vancou
ver where they will make their
Miss Bleiu of Dayton, Ohio,
Mrs. Bessie Shqpherd of Portland,
aud Mrs. G. K. Hartmau of The
Dalles visited at the parsouuge
Wednesday aud held a meeting at
the church in the evening in the
interest of the W, M. A. A cluss
of fifteen was organized aud will
meet the first Thursday afternoon
of each month.
Mr. and Mrs. Duyid Sharpe
tame out from the ditch camp
Suudsy'aud stayed till Tuosday
George Msgill came over from
Wamic Monday aud took Mr. aud
Mrs. J. I. Parker and family to
the Blackorby home where a bouu
r.iful diuoer was spread iu the
yard uuder the shade trues. Those
preseut wero Mr, aud Mrs. George
Magill aud family, Mr. aud Mrs.
David Sharpe. Mr. and.. Mrs, Bill
Kennedy, Carol and Leo White,
Ira. Celia Brittaiu and sou and
'be Fliun bunch.
J ihn Ward came out from The
Dalles Wednesday in a uew Chev-
Mrs. Fanny Paigo of Iowa and
rthur Coblw of Wn. visited for
vnral days this week at the J.
1 Powell hoint. Mrs. Paige is
in aunt of Mth. Powell's whom
ihe hud not ee'u for about 35
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Maylield
poll I a few days this week at
Mr. aud Mrs. E. E. Miller re
urued lo Portland Suud.iy.
Mr. aud Mrs. Albert Hummer
tud Herbert Ilaoiuier aud family
eturued Wednesday from i rip
.0 the valley wbero they huvi
well visiting relatives.
Dr. Elwood passud through here
Yednetday evening for Simnasbo
vhere he was called to see an
udiau girl who was thrown from
i work horse aud was thought al
be time lo be seriously hurt but
.be ia reported to be getting along
iue at present,
Mr. Flubarty moved bis family
o tbe mouutaius this week.
Mr. aud Mrs. W. J. Hiekey re-
urued from Portlaud Saturday
iccompauied by Mr. aud Mrs
Miss Bllmm, general Secretary
treasurer of the Women's Mission
ary Association of the United
Bretheru church, from Dayton,
Ohio, Mrs. E. O. Shepherd, presi-
deut of the Portland branch, aud
Mrs. Hurtinan, district leader of
The Dalles district visited Wapi
nitia Wednesday und alurted an
irgaiiigiition of lifteen members'.
Miss Bl i tn iu delivered u uiost in.
teresling uddressoii foreign inis
siuus and sctivil iis of the U . B
ctiureli in different lauds.
Ttie ladies were guests ut the
obu McCorkle home that eveniue
aud returned to Portlutid via
Maupin yesterday morning inhere
rs, bhepherd greeted old fiiwidt,
from Tygh and Dufur.
I bought four yearling heifers
at John Ward's Bale, one I never
got. . I will pay $10,00 reward fur
its safe delivery, or if said heifer
has been stolen the Stock Growers
Association of Wasco Couuty will
pay a reward of $500.00 for evi
dence that will be sufficient to
oonvlut said thief,
A. A. Bouiiey.
Jory's will buy your wool.
The 4tb of Suly passed very
quietly at Maupin. Nearly every
body iu town and surrounding
country went away some plact to
A fow went to the mountains
for a reef in the shade by the
"bade by the lahes and streams.
Some weut to Dufur where the
American Legion at that place
put on a two days' celebration.
Quite a number weut with the
ball team id Prineville and all
report as having a good time.
The Maupin hall team played a
selected bunch of professional
players from Prineyille, Portland,
and every place else where a good
ball player could be found.
It proved to be a good game at
that, the score being 3 to 2 in
favor of Prineville, The Maupin
boys received much credit for the
maimer. In which they performed
on tbe ball ground.
The Maupin ball boys play the
lasl game uext Sunday with Con
don, the game to be played at
Grass Valley. v
One team of black horses weight
1600 each. H. S. Goodeuough,
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