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Interests of Maupin, and all of
si uthcrn Wasco County.
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MAUPIN, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEETEMiiEIl 20, 1928 '
v. . ; , Number 4l
INTEREST jHIGH IN
4-H CLUB WORK
Mb raemberi rrem
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W IV 1 w wa w v mHwwg
'' ''TrleO WfftMM '- ; ;-
0; it. i: :'-
-qo ft ft fbtc'ii-; J -
r-r Through, the courtesy of County
'Time to this Week enabled "to give
, a lUt of thoae cUib- members who
flared oaf itf n ; ln tke? Various,
project. Maupln and Crltetrion
members carried off a far' share
of prim and several fromthose
placet will, attend tht Jtate fair W
cauilr6f"lbTirxcUne .; of j, their
sfowln.g'.aLthe iecent Wasco coun
fjr. fair,, hf V'tarier' names, with
tfcttrojects, fallow: r
M Harry' Rutherford, 'Criterion.
v 8 Theodore Kirecb, Criterion. -L"V.c
J Brnert Klrsch, Criterion.
--.'-:-.. '4hn Slusher,. Maupln. i
l-iArthur Appling, Maupln.
fc a '2 Harry Rutherford, Criterion.
; jilEjlabetn Rutherford, Crlter
' -': Ion."'- 1 - ;
' . I Theodore Klrsch; Criterion.
'f .. 2 Erntat Klrsch, Criterion. ;
... 1 garry Rutherford, Criterion.
Poultry Rockt, Ancoosa, ' Wim
' 1-r-Ralph Kat er, Mauplit.
2 Certrude McCllI, Wamlc.
8Lena Turner,. Maupln. '
4 Betty' Sluahrr, Maupin. t
w '.1Heiin Gerlty. Wamic. .
'.,..t Burton Hull, Wamic,
' Pltry RhoJ. M. nd Rtd '
, 2 Cari Kaacr, The Dalleii. ;
i 5-EtU Urban, Wamlc.
, 4--Pranklln Benick, Maupln.
1 Verona Adkiwon, The Dallea.
Ir-Ruth Ward, Boyd,
t Bethel Bolton, Boyd.
9Knv Hnrlln. Mnnln.
1. il l. ' r-
,4 -Lura Adkiion Boyd.
rf.'iW.t Theodore .JCirach, Criterion.
' , 2Kathleen Faley, Maupln. ,
f . i7-Votma Crqfoot, Maupln.
' ' ' 2 Irene Mathews, Maupln.
3 Zclma Brown, Tygh Valley.
.-iCapninf SpeUl . , .
1 Elizfibrth Rutherford, Crlter-
i'-t . tn v .
r Ion. . .
2 Botty. Slusher, '"Maupln.
1 Margaret Wiley, The Dallea.
2 Velma Cfoot, Mnupin.
5 Winifred Simon, The Dalles.
, .Sewing Dlv. H
J Klir.nbcth , Rutherford,
2 Dorothy Hood, Tygh
H T ll.ll......
fi vonry mit. I ,
1 Betty Slusher, Maupin.
2 -Ellon' Wilson, Maupin,
f, ciiiapem rtuineriora, vriver-
v i. . ... 1
foi, .4 Margaret Appling, Criterion.
tJ-: iM?n-wi ,,.,
f 4l t.1 -Bethel Bolton, Boyd.
, , .',.2-r-LHf Adklssbn, ";Boyd.'(
fj '.JSMfargery. Ewett, Boyd.'
JPnmnhip 2nd Grade'
"" 1 TAiw.tH. tr.)M.. 1 rinri
MU'mIK 3PJ'y.?; P'ckson, Antelope.
1 Reece Solleck, Boyd. . ,
2-r-Elmo Hayden, Friend, : i
r v '. 3 Helen Brock, The Dalles.
t lK ,Crad
U 1 ' r4-MAh S wtt,' B"od.N h :
.t .0 2t,v,B,e 'Mfertyi bV"1,
3"'HCwl Kaser, The Dalles. '.
twjwJ viiBethel Bolton, Boyd. '
2 fouth Ward, Boyd.'
Y 8-r-Mrjoty Swett,' Boyd.
1 Kazuo, Kanemasu, Mosler.i
2 Glayds Hayworth. Mosler,
3 Laurence Cott, Shanlko. '
r gDelmar cWard, , Boyd' . 1
S Maxifte 'tagkrde'n',? tfufur.
h liijanet'HuVe, Dufur. 5 '
Mitfred.'Ball, Fairfield. '
3. Gertrude .Hillgon, Dufur.
Tin CluV Project-biv. I:
,!.'. 4--Vernon-Peterson, "The Dullos,
Soclt Judginf Content ,
,.,Wjlj ijesiie, wooncocK, w.nmic, ...
SHEARER WILL HOLD AUCTION
Well Kaowa Dairy mmn o - 8-11 Part
f Dairy Hrd Ilb4 Macblnery
M. I. Shearer tha dairyman who
ocuupka the Frank.; Fleming ranch
five mllea northwest of Maupin, .on
the highway, baa decided to hold an
auction sale and same will It call
ed on Thursday, ' Septetpbe 27. At
that time Mr.' Shearer will iell soma
dairy cows, brood cows, tight, head
of work hor, aom eolU, aeverel
pieces of farm .roacAoioary as; well
as some household ' goodi.. ' F. C.
Butle5 twjll cry? tio sale and Frank
9tnart wlJ Ink, as clerk. Mr.
Shearer's stock is known as among
the beat in thla section and success
ful bidders wil surely pick up some
rare bargain at the sale, The ma
chinery la all in good ahape and
should bring good "prfcos, A free
lunch will biorved. ut'attcndant
arc. requested to brlhg Hheir own
cups. The usual terras, Will be of
fered on stock and other things pur
chased. . --v
Beaght New Buek :.-.t;.:;
Billy Hunt with his ; son, Billy,
Jr., went to Juniper Flat on Satur
day after a load of bucks, which Mr.
Hunt purchased from John Davis,.
2 Irene Sihlndlcr. Friend.
3 Raymond Kortge, The Dalles.
4 Walter Fcltch,, Dufur, , !
Calf Prpj.ft Di. I ;
1 Eugene Adklsson, The Dallas.
2 Mary Cesh, Wamic, ; ., ""'
3 Frank Faught, ; Dufur,
4 Walter Feltch, Wamlc ,,
Calf Project Div. II -,.: j'
1 Alice Gesh. t ,
Lamb Club Project Die. I-A
1 Avis Crab tree, Maupln.
2 Jim Slu'her, Maupln. ' . ,;
Lamb Projeot Dir. I-B r
1 Vernon Hill, Wamlc."
2 John Slusher, Maupln.
8 Avis Crabtree, Maupln. ;
4 Vernon Peterson, The Dallls.
Lamb Project Dlv. II -A
1 Raymond Kortgci The" Dallas.
2 Rachel Kortge, The Dalles. - '
3 Nadine Harvey, Wamlc' "
Lamb Project Div. H-B , ,
1- 3-Mary '.Gesh. Wamic. , '
2 AnlU Whitrock, Friend. '
4 Mclvin Whltrock, Friend." -Lamb
Project Dlv. Ill , ,
, 1 Howard Crawford, Wamlc.
2 Jim Slusher, Maupin. .
Pig Project Div. II . ; ,
1 Carrol Bolton, The Dalles.
2 Carrol Bolton, The Dalles.
3 Fred Peterson, The DalleJ.
Pig Project Div.lll ..
1 Leslie Woodcock, Wamic, f.
2 David Lcdford,. Wamip : : '
3 Carl WrennWamicf '1
4 Vernon Hill, Wamlc. . :
In addition to the regular winneri
wc have the following specials to
Waico County ..Bankers' , Special
Which Sendi the Club . Worker to
gether With Hia or Hr Animal to
the State Fain
Frank Fanght, , Dufurt Calf pro
ject. "' '
La-lie Woodcock, , Wamic, Pig
project. , :
Mary Gesh, Wamic Sheep pro
ject: .: 'J, V.-i' .. .
I Billy Hunt Special-Fer fine - wool
orphan Umbat , '
Div, 1 . ...... .,
1 Mel vin, Whltrock,, Friend,
2 Harry .Rutherford, Critterion.
. 3 Jim Slusher, , Maupin, t . ! i
4 Arthur Meyers, friend
Div., II,,, !.,
' 1 and 3 Ogden yfbf, Wamlc'J
2 Harry Rutherford, s ("riterion,
: 4 Elizabeth Rutherrd,!!
1. Ion,-! ...,-,)!i';f h.o
6 Irene Schindler,: Friend.
. In oddition , to. the three, winners j
ho bankers arc, tending tq the state
fair, Wasco, county ..wilj'j , be ; repro
sented by ; ix, other 1) ! wclifti
club , workers, .wjio , wl.puests: at
the- boys'; and., girls' ,,c,rop at this
atnte fair for three? days;, s Elizabeth
Rutherford, Criterion; Betty; Sjush-i
er, Maupin j
id: Vernon Hill, WAraies ?'$!,
CWirf iMMxts OihBlSThecklore
Klrach; both from' CrltoHen. wljl
tnnd the State Club camp, as ,' po
tato grading J teBni'fepi-ereniting
Wanco.cnynty. ( f n '.
' There were 165 "entries of club
Koya and S,Ii'M f Jhe'j county , foir,
P7 of which were in the livestock
dlvbion." This department'' !f has
grown1 rapidly In' the county1 during
the nast few years. In one claaa o
orphan lambs alone ( thire (We'ro' 2
entries,:;, v,, ti ! ... ,
NOTES FROM MAUPIN SHOOLS
(EditorUl by Crystal , Stuart) 1
Punctuality is inraluabU whether
in icbool life or in business or so
cial affairs.-: Tht habit of being oi
time Li an easy on to ertabllah.- Se
fur W have had no ' tardiness in
school and we urge every one to
help ue make a perfect record for
f the year, if possible, , -j;
Oar High school wecoraes Dofothf
DarlJ into iU : fold. ' again. ; Last
year Dorothy was forced to leave
school' thru ' poor healtth. 1 8he
weighed 84 pounds and now weighs
155 poundn. ' Three cheers for
Oregon's health organization.
' The Maupin school rol Is still
increasing. The Fifth and Sixth
grades have two new students this
week, Eunice Morris and Jessie
Mrs. Cnn trail was absent from
the school room one-half day. Mr:.
N. 0. Hedin -taught in her place.
The six members of the sewing
class have planned their garments
upon which they will begin work,
thVwcek. They will have a choice
of two garments. ' In th , mean
time they 'are reviewing stitches
and hemr. The girls have taken a
great interest in their class and are
doing splendid work.
-.'A .,.: , f .. ,
"Two mornings a week, Tuesday
and Friday ' have been set aside by
the High school for singing. We
started la. t Tuesday morning by
singing vocal combat consisting
of "IU a Long Way to Tipperary"
and "A ; Long Trail Awinding."
The students are very much en
thused over the singing. '
' The Mnnual ' Training clasi is
mado up of sit boys 1 from the
Freshman and 1 Sophomore classes.
Thcyarc " Edmund Wilson, Tom
Slusher.' Elden Allen,1 Glenn Alex
anderHarry Rutherford, and Ivan
Donaldson. The boys are very
much interested In the work of ar
ranging the shop and building work
benches.' They have a new assort
ment, .of standard tools and are
putting two standard vises on each
tenth. ' n n
MrV Poling is setting np a volley
ball. CouH or the girl athletes before
basketball season comes in. He says
that it they start playing basketball
now that they will lose all interest
In it, Volleybnll has the t peciol
advantage that any number of
gir'v can participate and is a most
The advanced bookkeeping class
has been struggling with the "Cor
poration" form of busineai during
the past week. " All five members
CITY. ELTCTION DRAWS NEAR
Councilmen, Mayor, Recorder
Marshal and Treaaurer.
The, terms of the present city of
ficials are drawing to a close and
it will toon be time to nominate
their successors. There is to be a
mayor, city recorder, treasurer,
five councilmen and marshal, to say
nothing about a constable and justice
of the peace, to be elected. Some of
the prerent council have been on
that body ever since the city was
incorporated, while a few now on
Jiavo served .In varioua capacities as
city, off icials heretofore. j a
;?:As a matter ofeconomy The Times
suffgestn that nominations : fof the
!, various offices soon be made and
thnt the election for such be ar
ranged to fall on the same date as
tjie regular election, November 6.
By flo' doing it will be posslbe to rave
election 'K expenses, as the two!, elec
tlectiona can be talcen care of by the
same board, .. ",' I -.'
Suffered Broken Riba ; '-.
i( A nian named Lyle R. Scott, cm
pieyed by Fred Ault in a piling camp,
hnd two ribs fractured as well as an
injured Bpiho' last Friday. He was
loading piles on n, tmck and in some
manner: slipped ).J from the .; load;
striking some hard rubstance, with
theresu It noted above. Dr. Elwood
attended him "and lie Was then to his
1n. .1. UJl!i.!'! '.' .' . '"
of the class will b glad , when the
sets arrive, as Mr.. Poling says' it
will not be as hard aa the work they
are doing aow..
Officers, for the ... Maupln ... Stu
dent .Body , were ,., elected (. Friday
morning. They ,arej . President,
Clarence Hunt;',, ., vice-president,
Merle Snodgrass; secretary,, ren
Matthews; treasurer, Estel , Stovall;
sergeant-at-arms, . Cyril . Fraley,
student manger, Arthur Appling,
' Madge Shearer ha -entered The
Dalles High school this year, after
having spent three, j years ' in the
Maupin High school. The senior
class mt ses her presence, since she
was a popular , member., of. that
' ... it. i,..,. -.Ah. . ,
Mr,' Davies reports to 6nt school
news that the Seventh and Eighth
grades are nicely orgamzed and do
ing good work f Mable, Spangen
burg is absent from, arhool attending
the round-up at Pendleton..
The' EnglL h III class has begun, a
short course in Journalism.,' It has
consisted, thus far, of daily report)
from newspapers. ' J write-ups, and
dkcussions in class as to the .value
of , hews. ., n fanporUy..pIia'Mi f
the t nsista of , ney. nrrttfn
up, weekly in The Maupin Times.! ;
i :i-t' it : .... j j,;,, : ' '
: Miss Berta Matthews, a former
graduate of the Maupin High cchool
visited school Friday last, i';, ; -,s
-.!.. fit )' .,-a ' '
1 All the little pupils of Miss Har
ris room have been there every day
making attendance 100 per cent
This room is beautified by three
large geranium r plants in v bloom.
Mrs. Turner rent each' room of the
grade school a beautiful plant for
this year.' ' '"'. ' '
" There are two new 'students
Leona Hamilton Third grade, and
Nellie' Marquis.' Fourth grade,, "
The Fif thf and- Sixth grades have 1
ubscribea for- i"Current. Events,"
which they are etudying tljls': year.
Maxine Hamilton is a new student.
The room Is purchasing a chinning
pole with money' made from -entertainments
last" year. Ralph ; Kaiser,
after bcinir crippled for a time, is
able to walk to school again, in
stead of being conveyed in hh dad's
car. ,;''" ) h'
Mrs. Joynts' room looks ver at
tractive with the two new pictures,
bought from entertainment money
The pictures are of George Washing
ton and The Old Monarch by Roaa
: - .1 i . . it
The Misses Elaine
Dorothy Stafford viited school on
Tuesday, f They are cousins of the
Matthews girl. fy
TILLOTSON ON STOCK
Trades Garage .Here and Old Home
''.'.. Ranch for Moy Acrea .
-.. . . . . ..
George TUlotson and wife, dame
and while' the wife remained af the
home of her.parenti iphj Juniper.
'lat vieorge ana nis untie, uii
Stakeley, went to the John, Joyce
heep ranch after a load' 'of Wmbfcs
Georee.ind .Stakeley.hava traded
property for 72 ' acres' of stock'
range on the GrtlliihJ-Shprma". coun
ties line. The properly consisted of
the Tillotson garage building in; Mad
pin and the
old Frank , Tillotson
above Tygh '-Valley;
George expects to move, onto, lys.
new land some time next' week and-
devote his talents tawjringj aheepj
Elected S. S. SuperintendJf' y-j ,;
At the last meeting of the U., p.
Sabbath school the name' bf !Mrs.
Ella Dyer wa.i voted upon as.supe
intandeat.andeww duly jejected
as such culding officer for the"ensu-
ing yeak ''Miss Velma'iCtbfODtjwas
chosen .assistant Superintendent,
Went After Fru-
'1 T ! R SlliRhfr Bnrl .'WlIa weiltt
Dufur Tuesi.ay"nornfng afti;f Iruitii Miss AlilOMrl.aX Jtjufij
Mr." Rlorher'a moth8r,..Mrs.-,WA.,.ttk
Stoats, accompanied them anded-.
nesday ' mbrntng-' went5 td TW Dulles
for J)rief,)yisit. j Bill was left, at
home to herd the f isht A I . .'I
RECALL ' PETITIONS SENT - IN
Three f Such ." Signed '"by Over
Two Hundred Vetera 'V- ! '
The petkton "asking sthr- recall
from office- of County Jadg Ad
klsson tie meeting with the general
response, each- being signed- by -vot-rs
who' are-decirou of -seeing j a
change 1rt 'th iofke-K)W eccopied
W. E.-Hunt handled the petitions.
-A. 1 ' ' 1,1 -
county-tfek thrW 4och, ethey cpn-tamlf-g
mora-thah 240 namOther
petitlots'e lemg circirfated in var
ious parts of thciutvtf and as lion
as t ilfed wllt-ie .temedi evi j to
th elerk ihklbg wttb .the' poll
and tax iistfc' vX -u.hu tz'A I
tt.ii .-- ':A il ; '''
MallciouinetS " Sbowar' RarardiBf
Cattle Auctioned by Feltch at
' Wamic Saturday
Report hat It thai some- ene witin
out a spirir of 'fairness or honesty
n his makeup4 Circulated $tory te
the effect that some of the tws of
fered for sale' by Frank Feltch were
abortive.' Therumor o5we - were
told, had the effect of his dairy sows
failing to' bring' the 1 prices "expect-
ed; .The truth 1 is' that each ofj his
cows ' were' -closely J inspected; were
passed ort 't)y,; a competent "veterW.
Brian and" reported" in perfect coh
dition.",wo: t';,cl HS ,-.
',' Such reports' as: the one told her
are the vaporm'ga 'rof 'ii" 'dfeotderedJ
tnliid , and 'are lfcireulated 9 with the
sole Idea of1 Workntg iftjury to trthera.
Right ihinktng ''people''-' he-TC Igive
heed to such stories,'cohsldering the
source from which' they emenate nd"
give the one attacked the benefit of
the doubt'' '' r?,0','3 bnH try,
' " " " '"' s.eT
FEW , TERSE 'FACTS ANENT! m"
. ' CANDIDACY, All SMfTri
Bert' Andr!oVo''Mctfiret :vPoK."i.
lHOuLJiltiia'Atfeiilf :;bjf. Smithi
Else: t ai Pre.M-n ' "
Bert ,AndeffoB;ei,Mclfordhas the
luuywiHg III By mi-twut CHIlUlPECy.
of ' AI; Smith or the jjrestdefjcy, amr
just what may be epfc"iikaso h
&ict :.p h his rmbiti'jsj;'
iNapoleon Js quote'ii aaylng that
,'armie$ travel on tfirib'elllw." ft
takes "this natibrialweampalgn 4HSfe"'
rhat at lens'i)m",jirmies,b
Vote on their eiHes. The gteat
thirsty brigadai of .TammanyiteS and
wet nullifiers h are marching un-.
I Emnnticl Smith will cast a ballot ex-
thirst and their gross appetites. I
wish to point out to the Jackson
bounty quota rih) vet'arniy that
when they Vote! ib get W'drink the
may be voting to miss a meal.
In the, cold, dreary dawn of the
rTf ? 'NjW itfw
crowa is in complete control; wnen
Lthe bars are let down and a tidal
j wave of immigration frpm souhem
Europe (juat iTietf fandj "'Tammany;
wants tooldnize, thb country ithj,
floods ou,r shores when money
tightens up and your banker refuses
to negotiate' that' Jittte.loan that;,ls
so necesrr: whenlyouigo toitraid
i in vour old car: when vnur business
, ; TT Hnfff nrffw;
t ajl f 5wheX jdfclf ate' ind junemplayed
a tti' j xtL'j..'
and' brend-lmes forming, and when
the fear of loss and bankruptcy and
p'overty walks with you by day and
;ioubl?s your dreanJ)f jjni.jt,
will then be too late for you to re-;
grei oi recall your thirsty (vote41AJ
you, can do to solace yourself will be
to nungeriy rememner oi tnnijyf:
happyr fat years of rilcnt Cal. And
don't forget this: It will be four long
.miserable years before you can ? get
a cnance to kick Al Smith, Jimmy
.Walkdr, Judge Olvany and Raskob,
et al, out of office and get back to
'three fmeals a day.
Brought dock ueer
flEraest Beeks and Frank Klint.
lyrcju Jtojne cieer country in tne diub
L A. At- J X I - XT. - Tti.JJ'.
season lopfmed. ;0d InKSpdj! .re;
turned with a ,fin specimen of the
iOt Teacher From AitdrlA 1
week. At present there Ire ceven
pupils at that rthool.
. amstpriauhas been engaged to I
i, teach the young uJea a'tltTie"K'eT!yT
.school, her term beginnih Jaitf
MANY SETTLERS -
COtlE TO OREGON
ha lu-iifu n.iy ) jiii'-.'a .
Milttoasl RaaeeaeeiUd by: rsWeaeaera
'' m Oregoe State, Ckaat
f c j-iuq 5 Uvito Settlers 1A
"i-.The Oregonr State LOumAajr ot
Coramerte! haw bee.:m4wtiaeti'e of
f feti oadilrecttlt xrf ks. labers.Bowi
that 241 new settlers have bts add
ed to the state's population, ' The
following UbieeJi9wa.oy .caia
:rtHftthf mHa ob
W9WS"1t) Jta, ffrfcnt ,Ir1n4T
43iregoD,r to he, . fttent uay
,wio jjdesirfT information jrjyjll<
Number.of inqquuea' rfcVvedt.
Signed .Questionnaire's returned....
Number tUting 'tney 'Vek"cVming
1:td' Oregon to Iocate.:.:.:1....412.
Witfi;s eeified B eapftol?s investment
,n'bi i:i!.i:iJLJ it,6w'ra.M
Letters; maried ottt: .;;:.i.i:.L.!26,49l
Packages of llteratuh? mailed-out...
' 'B,044v,:y',il:'-::1 'r: '-!"'"- w
Cariers 'at' office 2,514
New settlera reported :;:-.... :24l
Investmenta, approximately ......
WIGWAM PLATERS MAKkt'COOO
Moat Acceptable Playa'
-'i j . ;,i.. I
The Wigwam , Playen, a small
theatrical organization' wnlc uiowed
tin Maupin last 'night, an goin to
n jght ' pnje ot the ; 'best' that km
ever, been, in Maupin. " The company
if ye' balanced and the plays pat
on, .are most interesting ' storiee.
Their rendition would be feathers in
the, caps of much larger and more
ambrtous companies. A feature of
the company's work is the' vaudeville
the excellent piano music by t com.
etent pignlR the whole the
company i'one w1kh need hive no
fear in appearing o(t any stage, and
The Times takes pleasure in eom
mendina. 'ft the Vjattentlbji of
.theatre goers 1nnelghbiring cities.
: : t ft
fTYCH SCHOOLS ARE HUNTING
WCf Student J Thaj Ever Blre
oa Registration Book j
,...... f... .1 I 1 J y.
. Tygh Valley schools are humming
with student life, there being more
names on the registers then at any
previous opening. Clyde T. Konftey
is again at, his post. as principal, with
Mi s Mabel A. Peterson, as assistant.
The tTygh; schools jiirei planmng a
year of unusual activity, goine; in for
basketball and baseball, aa pell to
for theatricals. It is the indention
to clean up the debt remaining on
purchase of the- gymnasium, ind u
those, schools rei among th4 best
hustlers, no doiibt will soonj have
,tfier slate cleaned of all oblgatioaa
and be on their feet in good shape.
arr r -y -j a
! FREE DANCE SAT
Legion Pee Will -Be
The local gion Post promised a
iirpri8 itb; all lovers of Jdancing
and at their last entertoinnfjnt an
noundeA' that &'.nextjdnncjjfe' would
be a free .one. The post ha engag
ed Hhe'-wtsll knoWrilolson orchestra
of ShanIk9 .for the jpecasin, and
tnaV ' ortahlzaVon',' c ' With everyone
maice next aaiuraay nigni, jepwrn
bor,??) bymethjnt 'to be rewember
ed. There will not be aisunper.
ib!)aeh; lady.isrVequested ito bring
1 t , rr w a . 11,
a ipncn wixn ner. f. i.ne iepon ww
furnish dbffee'.'ctigaand ffilk, for
which, there will be no charge, thus
making th'affafrra3free Sbne in
every sen9?J Qf )urse a big crowd
will be, at the "dance. r
t J Bcqna J ( y Isltora ; t from California
'stropped at The' Times' office Mon
day ;evening,';WAfB!iB thei way to
highway. Their ,hd Seen two
gon and said that oi an tne rooo
they had tra-reted "the highway pass
ing', h)roVh Maupin M f5 exceed
d tny other they5 ''had Jtraveled