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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (June 29, 1922)
I have opened a blacksmith shop for all
around blacksmithing at my old stand
opposite Wooddock's mill and am prepared
to do work at reasonable rates.
A F. MARTIN
DR. DAKE will be in Maupin to do
Dental work on and after JUNE 24TH
Supplement to the
June 29, 1922 Vol. 8, No. 38
Dalles Sunday by the serious ill
ness of their brother Hammie
Patison. Ed Driver took them
Belvie Patison and wife and
Mr. and Mrs Bud Patison came
out from The Dalles Sunday, but
were called back by the serious
illness of Hammie Patison,
The funeral of Hammie Patison
was held here today at 1:30 o'
clock. He died at Sunday at the
Dalles hospital, following the
amputation of his right leg just
below the knee. He had been
suffering for some time with a
sore foot which resulted in hard
ening of the arteries of the leg.
Mr. Patison spent the greater
part of his life here, coming here
from Polk County when but
eight vears of age. He was the
son of Mr. and Mrs. W. VV. Pati
son and was born in Eola, Polk
County He was buried in the
Lone Fir cemetery where Christ
ian Science Church rites were
observed, conducted by Mrs. J.
H. Zackary of The Dalles. Many
friends attended the funeral and
many beautiful flowers were
placed on the graves in token of
their esteem for him. He leaej
four sisters, Mrs. Mary Gibson
of Toppinish VVn., Mrs. Ann
Driver and Mrs. Rachel Driver
of this place, who were with him
when the end came. And Mrs.
Jennie Davis of Grants Pass, and
four brothers, Jimmy Patison of
The Dalles. Bud Patison of this
1 1 ce, Henry Patison of Crass
Valley and Willie Welch of Bend
who is a half brother. He leave-i-three
daughters, Mrs. Steljfl
Webb, Mrs. Lois Wagner and
Mrs. Sil vie Andei 'son ti 11 of Port
land. He was fifty nine year
arid eleven months of age.
Jimmy Patison, Mrs Margaret
Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Anderson, and Dr. and Mrs
Short attended the funerat Sun
day. Bert Keneke of this place, whe
is working for Bert Knighton,
was here from Tygh Saturday.
Dr. Dake is in Maupin doing
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Martin
were Dalles visiro-s over the
Mrs H. R. Kaiser aceompained
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Beckwith to
Dufur and return Tuesday.
Frank and little Edith Morrison
returned home Monday from
Portland. They were chaperon
ed on the trip by Mrs. Turner of
H. A- Walter and children
went to The Dalles Wednesday
to attend the annual conference
being held at that place. Mrs.
Walterand Mrs. Richard Johnson
followed on the night train.
Lewis and Kenneth Batty
drove down from Heppner last
Sunday and are visiting relatives
this week. They made the trip
of 112 miles in less than eight
hours, in an Overland car.
R. C. Tunison died at his home
in Portland last Saturday. He
was a cousin of Mrs. Rose Miller
of this place.
J. H. Woodcock is erecting a
A prarie tire burned yesterday
along the Deschutes river near
July 2, 3 and 4
Sunday Night, July 2
The Cradle of Courge
Something different in a Rait picture. A crook re
forms alter service in army, joins police force and
battles with former pals. Full of action.
Bennett Comedy: "Wedding Bells Out of Tune"
Admission 20 and 40 cents
Monday Night, July 3
y u will recognizge scenes taken on the Desceutes river
and Rogue river, also the big log jam scenes of lumber
lands. Blowing up of ehe darn in final reel where
Priscilla Dean jumps from log to log while they hurl
down toward the rapids, in her attempt to rescue her
lover, who on a raft is headed straight for the falls.
Admission 25 and 50 cents
James Oliver Curwood
The Golden Snare
A real picture full of action and thrills; strange talcs
filtered down from the far North of a half mad man
w ho has for his only companions Bavage wolf dogs
which run in packs, and at command of their master
attack lit her man or beast. If you miss the
you have missed something you will be sorry of.
Admission 25 and 50 cents Starting 8:30