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Maupin, South Wasco County, Thursday, November 3, 1927.
Mother of Bates Shattuck
Goes to Her Final Reward
Mrt. J. W. Shattuck Victim of Heart
Dlae Burled at Portland
Monday Tbia Waak
Bates Slmttuck wu calUd to Port
land lait wtk by the urioui illnou
of hit mothtr, who piuid away from
thli Ufa at tht home of another ion,
Dudley M. Shattuck, Sunday, daath
being etuitd by haart dlaeua.
Mr. Shattuck wu born at Pal
myra, Mo., Aug. 2, 1860, tht daugh
ra, Mo., August 2, 1850, tht daugh
ter of Waih F. and Matilda J. Allan.
Her father waa a prominent figure
In th early day of Portland and wai
noted ai a fancier of .thoroughbred
horses. Ht took up a homestead
near Powell Valley road and In what
ia now tht Brooklyn district of Port
land. Mary C. Allen was married Feb
ruary 6, 1867, to J. W. Shattuck.
After living' several year at Viola,
Clackamas county, Mr. Shattuck
purchased a farm near Cresham.
The tract waa a part of what is now
known as tht Cotton ranch. Mr.
Shattuck ditd 15 years ago and Mrs.
Shattuck moved from Cresham to
Portland to make her home with her
daughter, Mrs. Will H. Masters, 651
East Seventh street. '
' Mrs. 8hattuck wu a member of
tht Oregon Pioneers' association
and of the Cresham Grange. She
waa the mother of nine children,
six of whom survive. They are
Dudley M. Shattuck and Mrs. Will
B. Masters of Portland, Allen Shat
tuck of Juneau, Alaska, Bates Shat
tuck of Maupin, Ore., and Lewis
Shattuck and Mrs. Matilda Slcrct,
both of Vancouver, Wash. Three
sons, Henry, Carl and John, are
" Two brothers, and two slaters also
survive. They are Mrs. William J,
Sally, 423 Eaat Forty-aeventh street
North, Portland; Mrs. P. R. Ritchie,
Lot Angela, and George and Walter
Allen, both of southern California.
The remains were laid to rest on
Monday, interment taking place at
Lincoln Memorial (formerly Mt
VANDALS STEAL WHEAT FROM
MILLING CO. WAREHOUSE
Twenty-Eight Sacks MU.Iaf When
Henry Seethoff Opens Door
The Neat Morning
Some fellow with a lost sense of
the property rights of others, appro
priated 28 sacks of wheat from the
warehouse of the Central Oregon
Milling company some time Sunday
night When closing for the night
Saturday Mr. Seethoff neglected to
lock the door of the warehouse.
When he opened up Monday morning
lie discovered the loss of the wheat,
which wu piled nearest the door,
and consisted of the foulurt batch In
the house,. TbaTgraln wu full of
smut, to much so that the company
refused to put it through the macliin
ery used In making flour, but hud
designed It for chicken feed to bi
destroyed in order to get rid of the
smut If whoever got the wheat
seeds bis land with It he is in for a
INDIAN FARMER WILL SOON
RETIRE ON GOVT. PENSION
After 26 yean' Service Wn. Drake
Will Retire Ha. Seen Much
Service Many Placet
Wm. Drake and wife were in from
Slmnasho Monday and to; a Times
man Mr. Drake told or his serving
as chief farmer and teacher of agri
culture on many Indian reservations.
He completed three years' service at
Simnaaho Monday, and will remain
there until finally released..
Mr. Drake's first charge wa at
Nixon, Nevada, where he remained
for three years. Ho was then trans
ferred to Genoa, Nebraska, where he
taught agriculture to the Indian fur
10 years. His next charge was at
Watonga, Oklahoma, and after : a
stay there of two years accepted a
situation at Tuolumne, California
for a short time, and then went to
Oklahoma, where he wu head farm
er on the Iowa reservation for 19
years. He came to Slmnsuho, as
stated above three years a?o, an I
since his coming here the Indians
have made great strides alorg agri
cultural lines. Many of the resi
dents of that reservation are more
than self-sustaining, raining
FISHING SEASON CLOSES I
f WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30
Erroneous Idea Dlipated bf Word
, From Stat Game Warden
Cloud Oct. 31, 1925
There has been some discussion
regarding the closing of the fishing
season this year. Because the fish
commission made a ruling last year
closing tht season on game f iah Oc
tober 81, the idea hu been prevalent
in some circles that the same closing
time obtained this year, State Game
Warden Clifford states that the clos
ing this year will take place on No
vember' 80, therefore our followers
f Izaak Walton have another month
in which to enjoy their favorite pastime.
U. P. Railway Booster for
Ore. Issues Fine Folder
LOOKED OVER SITE FOR
STARTING MUSK RAT FARM
R. W. Richmond VUit Summer Lake
And Find Rat Farm In Saccate
ful Operation-Looking Further '
Union Pacific Syitem Itua Work
Deicriptive of Oregon and '
THE CERTIFICATES OF AWARD
Cronewald Callee Attention of
Parent to Thee
it a a f a t I " avi ii
crop of smut that will make his hair gnln n(J llvMtocL;
curl and caust as much profanity as
would be called for In case of hitting
a thumb with a hammer.
i Superintendent Gronewald hu
tent out circulars containing much
information for parents and those
having children in the schools of the
County. Among other things Mr.
Cronewald calls attention to, the
mufh practice of giving certificates of
ikuratsl 4st 4tinA mi ml el wtm VtffA
ft rv at mv"v a yin w
The Union Pacific railway has la
sued one of the finest and most com
prehensive pamphlets descriptive of
R. W. Richmond looked over the the agricultural, livestock and fruit
marsh around Summer Lake last j growing attributes of Cregon ft hu
week, going there with the idea of , ever been our privilege to receive,
locating a place where he could j The work is contained in 24 pages,
start a musk rat farm. He discover- .hu pictures of many ' farm, friut
cd that one man had proceeded him ' and stock scenes, as well at maps
and already had a farm in success-
full operation, having a stock of 8,'
000 husky black musk rata on hand.
Richmond will look elsewhere for a
site, as he is bound to get into the
fur game via tht musk rat route
soon or later. .
' a listtiri r 4Iia AAivtnanif'a If n Art itsl ei
so has write-ups of many countiea of
PAINTERS ENTER DUFUR FIELD
Wii.on A Miller to Operate in Our
MAUPIN MAN'S SISTER PASSES
Mrs. C Lawson, Newberg, Dies
Result tf Paralytic Stroke '
MOVED ROAD EQUIPMENT OUT
Brown hu Taken Hie Hone
and Truck to Mitchell
J. L Brown, who hu the contract
to. build' a cut and fill on the cutoff
above Bear Springs, has ceased work
for the seuon and on Thursday lut
moved his horses and truck equip
ment to his quarters at Mitchell. Mr.
Brown sublet the contract for mak
ing a fill and taking out a large cut
on hit section to Anderson & Com
pany. That firm will complete a 80
foot fill taking the dirt from a cut
and epect to be on the Job until
weather compels cessation of work.
W. H. Williams wu called to New
berg lut week by a wirt telling that
if he wanted to see his slater in life
to go there at once. Mr. Williams
answered tht telegram and hMtened
to the side of his sister, Mrs. C. Law
son, arriving thtjre just before death
claimed her, Sunday morning.
Mrs. Lnwuon was 77 years of age.
She leaves a brother, W. H. Williams
of this city and an sister, Mrs. Brown
of Gaston, Oregon. Three sons and
three daughters are also left to
mourn the passing of their mother!
thev beimr William Lawson, Clear
Creek: Arther Lawson, Portland
Noland Lawson, Heppner, the daugh
ters being Mrs. Slider, Newberg;
Mrs. Steventown, Guton; and Mrs.
Vliitlni At Crofoole.
Chas. Crofoot and wife are enter
talnlng S. B. Rowan, the Utter M?.
Crofoot's aunt, from Brightwood,
the visitors coming here' after spend
ing a time with friends around Wa
vAs soon u relieved Mr. anl Mrs.
Druke plan on making a visit to Lea
Angeles, California, where their son
and daughter reside, but Just where
they will finally settle down they
have not as yet decided. Mr. and
Mrs. Drake have made many friend
in this section since coming t Sim-
nuho; while all regret their leav
ing, still all will rejoice that they are
to be remembered by the govern
ment for which thy have labored so
conaclenciously the past 25 years.
MAUPIN MECHANIC AT CLARNO
WilUlm Called to Oil
To Brick in Bailer
neither absent nor tardy during the
school year. His circular says;
' If it has not already been done,
kcachers should inform their pupils
V4 uie vai Lii.il wcd ui nnuu wub
issued to each pupil at the close of
the school year who neither is ab
sent nor tardy. We have found
these a fine incentive to many pu
pils. They are always very proud
of them and justly so, tome even
having them framed. Names of the
pupils earning the certificates should
be reported to us at least a week be-
for the close of school in the spring
in order that they may be sent out
and presented before the lut day of
' L. C. Wilhelm, Maupin's all around
mechanic, was called to Clarno on
Tuesday for the purpose of building
the brick wall around the big boiler
which will be nscd to generate the
steam used in drilling operations.
The machinery hu been nearly all
set and u soon u the boiler ia ready
drilling will begin.
Weal To Clarno.
R. W. Richmond, accompanied by
Bob Hayes, manager of the Shell Oil
company's plant at The Dalles, went
to Clarno Tuesday. R, W. went to
inspect tht erection of the drilling
machinery, and Hayes for the pur
pose of selling the fuel oil to be
used' in the drilling work.
Write From Monmouth.
Miss Olga Abbott writea The
Times from Monmouth, requesting
that this paper be sent her there.
Miss Abbott evidently desires to
keep posted on happenings around
this section, therefore subscribes for
the paper which will give her the in
formation she wants.
Recuperating at Pino Grove.
George Richardson, who wis bal
ly shaken up in the accident which
caused Clark Richardson his life, is
at his brother, Ben Richardson's
place at Pine Grove, recuperating
from the effects of the accident
The following hu to do with a
firm of painters which is making
Maupin its headquarters and which
hu been doing considerable work in
this city and in the surrounding
country, the story being taken from I
last week's Dufur Dispatch:
Wilson and Miller, painters, pa
perhangers and decorators, have an
nounced their intentions to include
Dufur in their area of operations, be
ginning immediately. Thia week they
are engaged in putting the finishing
touches to Edgar Smith's new home
on upper Fifteen' Mile. .These
gentlemen come to Dufur highly re
commended and will fill a much
needed want in the community.
Their home at present is at Wamic,
but ordrs left at the Dispatch office
will reach them promptly.
the state. It treats of soils, dairy
ing, grain growing, livestock indus
try, fruit sections, vegetables, u well
as a comprehensive write-up of op
portunities offered prospective set
tlers on Oregon's cut-over land u
well as other lands. It also contains
a page of facts relative to this state,
boiled down to paragraphs, all worth
the time of anyone in perusal.. .
The work wu issued by the agri
cultural department of the Union Pa
cific, under' direction of R. A. Smith,
supervisor of agriculture for that
railroad.. Copies may be had by ap
plying to any of (he company's
agents. ( Get yours today.
MADRAS DOWNS MAUPIN TEAM
Rirer Boys Too Strong for Our
Hi School Player.
Got Year' Flour Supply.
Edw. D. Davis brought a load of
wheat to town Monday, traded tJ
the Central Oregon Milling company
for flour and on that day took home
his year's supply of the chief ingred
ient of bread and pastries.
Mayor Viiitlng In Valley.
Mayor and Mrs. F. C. Butler have
been visiting at the home of the for
mer's mother at Corvallis the past
week. Since Mr. Butler relinquished
the conduct of tht grocery store and
meat market he has been busy set
tling up business matters, and thia
, having been accomplished he took
advantage of the weather and made
the trip to tht valley.
John Foley I a Hotpitel.
For some time past John Foley
hu been bothered with his stomach.
Tuesday ht went to The Dalles for
consultation with a physician, who
advised that he take treatment in a
hospital. Foley acted upon that ad
vice and went to The Dalles hospital,
where he will remain until relieved.
Attended I. O. O. F. Convention.
Tht following grand lodge offcers
of the state Independent Order of
Odd Fellows were in attendance at
tht district meeting at Grass Valley
lut week: L. D, Porter, Grand Mas
ter; residing at Corvallis; Fred Meln
del, Portland, Grand Deputy Master,;
Emit Peterson, Astoria, Grand
Warden. ' '
Lot Her Pocketboob. '
While returning from The Dalles
Tuesday evening Mrs. AlvUi Martin
had the misfortune of losing her
purse, It disappearing from the car
somewhere on the road between The
1 Dallea and the top of Tygh Ridge.
. The purse contained her glasses and
a five dollar bill. Finder please re
turn to the lady at Maupin.
Reduced Section Crew.
With the coming of the fall weath
er the railroads are reducing the
size of their section crews. Thia is
the usual custom and tht O. T. crew
at this place wu made smaller by
half the lut part of the week gone
Rancher Hauling Wood.
Six ranchers of the Flat were seen
in one string Monday morning, haul
ing wood from the timber lino above
Pine Grove. They were, George
Claymier, Lou McCoy, John Bowenj
Arthur Pechette, , Leonard . Weberg
and Frank Batty. Several other
ranchers will soon go to the hills for
their year's supply of fuel. .
Madras hu some little football
team, representing the high school of
that place. Maupin'a footballista
jorneyed to that city last Saturday
and played the school team there, los
ing to the tune of 72-0. The result
did not discourage our boys, how
ever, as it wu the first football
game ever played by a team from
our city, and that game served u an
eye-opener as. to the finer points of
football. Maupin's team will profit
by what they learned at Madras and
is expected to give a better account
of themselves in future games.
MOST ENJOYABLE CLUB PARTY
Nearly One Hundred Partake of Ear
A Guet of Sewing Club -
WASCO STOCKMENS ASSN.
HOLDS ANNUAL MEETING
Officer Electee! and Much Other
Buine Tranaeted Maupin
Man to Succeed Hinuolf
The members of the Community
Sewing club served a bountiful top
per to their husbands and families,
as well as to a few invited guests, on
Mondty night in the lower hall of
the Odd Fellows building. Club
members had prepared the viands
and plates were laid for 46 guest
at the first table. When all that
table had eaten their fill another
table wu set and nearly filled witB
waiting hungry men and worn em.
After the supper many indulged ia
games arid conversation, thus ending
an evening of most pleasant com
Another Dance at Shady Brook.
Whoop'er up; everybody dance at
Shady Brook Comnnity hall next Sat
urday night The management of the
hall have decided that the only way
to keep abreast of the times is to
have people congregate at their
place, threfore have selected next
Saturday as the time for. holding an
other of those enjoyable dances for
which they are famous. Tear loose
from all else and join the throng
which will be at Shady Brook on the
Tatted Out Hydrant.
Fire Chief Chalmers tested out the
fire hydrants Tuesday. Owing to ab
sence of the mayor the regular meet
ing of the fire department wu post
pond, therefore the chief delayed
making his regular testa of tht hy
drants to this time. ,
Batlcet Social at Pino Grove.
The Pine Grove Bchools held a Hal
lowe'en basket social at the school
house last Saturday night, at which
nearly all of that neighborhood at
tended. A fine line of eats were sold
and during the evening an original
and pleasing program, based on Hal
lowe'en, was rendered. As a result
of the social the school fund was
augmented by the sum of $20.65,
which will be used in purchasing
'play ground equipment and other
things needed by the school, ine
social was in charge of Miss Floseiu
Big Crowd At Dance.
One of the largest crowds ever at
a dance in Maupin gathered at the
Legion hall last Saturday night, the
occuon being the Hallowe'en dance
given by' the local Legion Post
There wu a large delegation from
the Flat and people came from u
far away as Portland to attend..
The annual meeting of tht Wasco
County Stockmen a association wu
held at Tygh Valley lut Saturday
and much business connected with
the stock industry transacted. At the
election of officers for the ensuing
year the following were chosen: .
Elliott P. Roberts of The Dalles,
Mel Sigman, Dufur, vice-president
J. H. Fitzpatrick, Maupin, secre
tary. The executive committee chosen is
made up of '
T. C. Fargher, Dufur. i
E. R. Jaekel, The Dalles. . i
Mel Sigman, Dufur.
R. G. Johnson, Wamic. '
Forest Supervisor T. H. Sherrard
wu present and during an interest
ing talk outlined the raise in grazing
fees, which will become operative
next year and amounts to 25 raise
each year over a period of four
years. , "
Many other matters connected
with the affairs of the usociation
Jwere gone over and many recom
, mendations for building up the mem
bership of the organization made.
Went To EapoeitioB. ,
Sperintendent Gronewald waa to
Maupin Tuesday morning and upol
his return to The Dalles was aecc-a-
Slusher, our premier potato raise! ;
and stock judge. The young men
will go to the Pacific International
Stock show at Portland, where they
will participate in potato and stock
judging v': . '
Haul Brick From Waaco.
Everett Richmond with tht big
truck belonging to his father and
him, went to Wasco Tuesday. From
that city he will haul brick to Clarno.
the red bat to be used in walling
the boiler at the oil well site.
VUlted at Lone Rock. ,
L. B. Kelly and Louis Mayhew
drove to Lone Rock, Gilliam county,
last Friday, transacting busineas and
making the return -trip Saturday.
I Went o Valley.
, Ray Morgan came over from La
fayette Saturday and returned to
, that place Sunday evening. He was
I accompanied on his return trip hy
imio nun ww, uv . .. -
ton, Lafayette and Salem for the
Revival At Wapinitia.
Mrs. Blnnchard, a revival worker
in the U. B. church, from Portland,
Is conducting a aeries of reveval
meetinirs nt the Wapinitia church.
Accordng to reports Mrs. Blanchard's
work is prolific of much good, as
quite a few have confessed their er
rors and given promise of leading
Christian lives hereafter. Mrs
Blanchard is a consistant Christian
and devotes her life to bringing souls
to the better side of life.
New Clerk at Shattuck'.
Mrs. John Wray, a lady from
Prineville, has accepted a position u
clerk in tht Shattuck etort and be
gan her duties Tuesday, the first of
November. Mrs. Wray takes the
place made vacant by the resigna
tion of Mrs. Oliver Resh, who will
devote her time to the store lately
acquired by her husband and Mark
Vitited With Maupin Relative.'
; Geo. McDonald, Sr.j with his wife
and daughter, Mrt. Chas. Deyette, all
from Portland, were guetta at the
home of George McDonald, Jr., and
wife last "week. They left for their
home Sunday morning.
Sheep From Dufur.
Heisler & Powell have brought
their flocks of sheep over from Du
fur and now have them on tht Julius
Shepflin ranch. When that place
has been pastured off the sheep will
be taken to the George Burnaidt
ranch and kept there during the
winter. When pasture graas hat
been cleaned up the sheep will bt
fed, as Heisler and Powell have pur
chased several stacks of alfalfa for
that purpose. ;
50 cent combs, as long .as they
last, 25 cents and 35 cents each, at
the Maupin Drug Store. ,
Indian Woman Break Log.
While on the way home to the re
servation last Saturday Mrs. Joe
Kukup had the misfortune to fall.
breaking a leg between the knee and
ankle. The woman attempted to step
from the ground to the wagon, her
foot slipping on the hub, throwing
her down, causing the fracture. She
was taken home by W alter Wood
side and wife and the reservation
doctor. -Dr. Bates, called and gave
the wounded member treatment
Dance Big Succe.
The Hallowe'en masquerade dance
at Legion hall last Saturday night
wu an unqualified success, both
from the financial and pleasure
standpoint There were many char
acters represented during the time
masks were worn and when they
were removed considerable surprise
was elicited by those wearing the
costumes. The dance was attended by
a large crowd and each one there
seemed to derive a great mead of
fun out of the affair.
It Another Girl. '
George Morris is in a blue funk
these days. Last Friday evening at
5:15 his wife presented him with an
other daughter, the little Miss Morris
first seeing light at the Mid-Columbia
hospital at The Dalles. She is a
husky; youngster, weighting. 7
pounds at birth. The reuon Georgo
is wearing that bored look is because
he figured on a boy.
Vititor From Carlton.
Edw. Gilbert, wife and little
daughter, arrived from Carlton Sat
urday and remained over Sunday as
guests of Mrs. Gilbert's parents, Mr.
and Mr George Carl. They left
for their home early Monday morn
Hauled Drilling Machinery.
The Richmond truck, driven by
Everett Richmond, waa used in haul
ing the drilling machinery for tht oil
well operations at Clarno, from
Shaniko last week.
USED PIANO MUST BE SOLD
For immediate sale will sacrifice
nmaA nianA fifnr04 flpftr hefC. Will
UDJV4 SVW.Vt. m-
give very easy terms to responsible
person. For full particular and
where piano can be seen,, address
Portland Music Company, 227-6th
Street, Portland, Oregon. 51-t3