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THE) MAUPIN TIMES
Thursday, June lti, 1927
at Geo. Burnside Ranch
1 mile west of Pine Grove school house, oh
alty, JMsie 1
at 1:00 P. M ,
6 Miik Cows, 1 Jersey Heifer, 1 Team
Harness, 1 Wagon with Hay Rack, New Mower and Rake,
Sickle Grinder, 1 AValking Plow, 12-inch, 1 15-gallon Oil
Drum, Pitchforks, Shovels, Crowbars, Wire Stretchers,
Lead Bars, Log Chair.s, Garden Tools and other articles
too numerous to mention. 1 Knitting Machine, About 10
Pigs, 1 Cream Separator, 1 Heating Stove, 1 Bedstead,
1 Spring Couch, 1 Set Springs, Some Dining Chairs, 2
, dozen Hens, About 4 dozen Ypung Chicks, 2 Cords Pine
Wood, 1 Player Piano Bush & Lane Some Fruit Jars,
Some Alfalfa Hay, 1 Singer Sewing Machine, 1 standard
TERMS OF SALE: Amounts under $10.00,
cash; over $10.00 cash at 5 discount, or
bankable notes at 8 interest.
ED. MATHEWS, W. C, HEBIN,
FRANK D. STUART, Clerk.
Correspondents' Weekly News Items
News Of Busy Shaniko
(We lift the following Shaniko
hems bodily from Wednesday's The
Dalles Chronicle. Hereafter we will
have regular correspondence from
our busy neighboring town on the
James A. Fisher and family ac
companied by Martin Johnson and
Arthur Wallace made a trip to Bend
Tuesday, returning Wednesday.
Wayne Howard of Grass Valley
was a visitor here Wednesday.
Mrs. Walter Lang and son, Robert
mover to The Dalles Thursday,
where they will make their home.
Mrs. Lang is driver on The Dalles
Bend stage. The Langs have lived
here the past ten years.
Beck and Son shipped a carload
cf cattle Saturday gathered from
various ranches near Shaniko.
Elmer Stilling who, with his fam
ily, spent the last eight months in
Ohio, returned hero Friday.
Margaret Rees, who spent the pa3t
month in Portland, returned here
uuun u. xwiu mil caiuraay ior a i
trip to Fortland and Monmouth, j
Mr, and Mrs. Ed. McKinley and 1
Eldo McKinley of Cheery creek '
were visitors here Sunday and Alon-'
Fred Thebo of The Dalles was
here Sunday and Monday with a
load of supplies for a road camp at
James Fisher's crew of men, con
a'Eting of Aurthur Wallace, Martin
Johnson, K. Kelsy, Claude Guyton
Ind f.anrtra TtvaeftnlA C ..
morning with three bands of sheep
for South Junction from where they
will be shipped to Bend and to the
P. W. Mane, E. L Curtis and L.
B. Kelly were here Friday, en route
to Antelope to set up the county
Mrs. Wm. Gott and son, Lawrence
left Monday for Spokane, where they
will visit relatives.
A large crowd from here attended
the Round-Up at Tygh Valley Sat
urday and Sunday.
Mrs. Nellie Nash was a business
visitor in The Dalles Saturday and
Ralph Ferguson of The Dalles was
a iaitor here on Monday.
W. Harris of Maupin was a visiter
Mr. fcnd Mrs. Carl Dahl of Tygh
Vtilk'jr were visitors here Sunday.
About Wapinitia People
A. Lincoln Hartman was confined
.o the house a few days this. week 1
with a cold which seems to have
settled on hui lungs.
Rev. Hazen and family visited
relatives near The Dalles last week,
and when they returned brought
Rome strawberries from the Mill I
Creek section with them. j
Roy Woodside U at home for the 0f
summer vacation from O. A. C.
Benjamin McKee, father of Grand-!
mo Woodaide, passed away at Port
land last week, Interment being
made on Sunday. Grandma was at
his bedside at the time of his death
and remained In Portland for the
Ralph Woodside and Nick O'Brien
made a business trip to Maupin last
are to be sold:
of Horses, 1 Set of
E. A. Hartman and daughter,
Crystal, made a trip to The Dalles
Crandma Morris, from the lower
end of the Flat, has been vuiting
with Wapinitia friends the past
Lirf'e Lois Jean Paquet (wallowed
a p n last Friday. The occurrence
causer her parents much anxiety,
but no serious effects were noted
andthe little one is all right at this
v. r ting.
l'ine Grove and Waplntia Sab
bath schools held a joint session here
last Sunday. The meetin;: was t
observe Children's Day After a
session of Sunday school and a pro
gram the two schools enjoyed a )if
nic dinner at the parsonage.
Work on the construction of the
Waoinitia-Mt. HnnA ViicrJi
" J MO HI, a
standstill at present. The contrac-
vuia aie nwauing wora irom the
federal authorities regarding a' con
tinuance of. the work.
J. S. Brown and wife motored to
Portland Tuesday to take in the
Rose show. They were accomnanied
,by Miss Nova IIedln-
Rev. Hazen will sneak in Maupin
next Sunday moralnj and in the
afternoon will speak at a joint ses-
'" n 7 KTVllVr
m-j, iic mm jiiraui Hi n upillllia in
John Beon Nick O'R
Woodside, Oscar and Ed. Walters
cattle to Maupin last Saturday.
They were taken to
O. S. Walters.
Clarence Bevel came up irom
Portland last Saturday and on Sun
day left with his wife and children,
who have been visiting at the home
of the Delores Mrs. Bevel's father,
Mose Delore, Sr., went to Portland
i Roy Ward, wife and sons returned
to Wapinitia last Thursday from
Walla Walla, where they had been
visiting Mr, Ward's daughter.
Mr. mid Mm, Earl Cunningham
are the happy parents of buby
girl born, at tho Mid-Columbia hos
pital last week.
Carl Pratt's mall car broke down
luxt Thurxedy while he was on de
livery on Waplntia Plains.
The Times, $200 the year.
DOINGS AT THGH VALLEY
Maupin baseball team won from
Tygh Valley at the Wilson rodeo at
the fair grounds Sunday moning.
The show was well attended and
i some fine exhibitions of riding made.
The picture shows and dances given
by Clarence Plyler also were well
M iss Doris Donney spent the
time from Thursday until Saturday
visiting with the Misses Bertha and
Bernice Muller. Miss Bonney is
Stangley Wood and Jim Kistner
have gone to the mountains, where
they will work under the direction
of Joe A. Graham.
Milo Wood and Willis Norval
transacted business at Maupin on
Mrs. H. R. Kaiser of Maupin
plyed her trade here on Friday, mar
celling the Indies haid, preparatory
fo rthe rodeo and dance.
Ceorge Miller is another from this
place who will worr on the forest
roads this summer, having gone to
th cmountains last week. t
Fred Miller, wife and Junior, spent
the week nd at the home of J. H.
Miller, coming over from Shaniko,
where Fred is driving truck on the
E. R. Wehb took a load of supplies
to the road, camp near Bear Springs
on Monday, Mr. Webb is enjoying
a fine trr.deat his new store, and now
that he has taken over the Jackson
meat business an installed a frigld
aire refrigerator, will do a greater
volume all around.
Ernest Webb's father from Shcrar
is with him and will assist in the
rstoefor a time.
Zene Watkins is plying his trade
at the Webb store, hnving charge of
the meat end of the establihment.
Ov.r two garages have all the work
they an do. Alfred Brown Is kept
on the jump all the time, ditto Milo
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