The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930, March 16, 1917, Supplement, Image 5

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    Supplement to The Maupin Times, Vol. 2, No. 23
Maupin, Southern Wasco Co., Ore., Friday, March 16, 1917
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Palace Hotel
Washington Street & Twelvth
the Cleanest Rooms in the City
Modern in Every Detail
Large Grand Floor Lobby
Close in to Shopping and
Good TheatreDistrict
Service Finely Furnished Heat
Smock Items
F. E Spoor and Wayne went
afler tbeir horses Tuesday return
ing Wednesday. They found that
they had lost three of the best
Mr. and Mrs. John Howell are
going to Portland next Wednes
day fur Mr. Howell's health.
Tne Smock Telephone Co. have
signed contract with the Wamic
Board by which we will have free
switching with Wamic for one
year. j
elms Farlow made a business
trip to Ma n pin Wednesday.
Evan Parii-h and Roy Fleck
have teen cutting wood on T. C.
Juiiet,' place.
Mrs. 1. T. Court right's sister-in-law,
Wru. McNeil, in with her now
with her during her illness.
Church Notice
Sunday School at 10 A. M.
Preaching at 11 A. M.
Evening 7:30.
Prayer meeting Thursday , evening
Maupin hah nrguii'zed a base
ball team for the teasou of 1917,
with L. D. Kelly M'gr. and Arthur
Morris Captain. . A practice game
will he played Sunday, March 18.
The opening game n ill he plajed
on the horn" diamond. Sunday,
March 25. Maupin vs. Tvgh Val
ley, game called at 2 p n
The farmers don't (-ecni t tie
satisfied u i) I ecu they are i-kimied.
Give Dad Cnale a chance. He
buys all kinds of pelts, hides
skins and wool. p
Good wagon and new California
rack for sale, inquire Morrison's
Shop, Tygh Valley.
Mr. and Mrs. Haines were down
from Frieda for the week end.
E. E. Lesan returned ' to Port
1 md Friday.
Wanted to trade wood for Fresh
Milohcow. C. E. Knopf, Wapi
nitia. 3tp
One day last week Daniel Gibbx
of Tygh Valley had the mistortune
to get a leg broken while playing
Messers C. E. Knopf and Weber
were in from Wapinitia Monday.
Melvin Smith, who has been
working for B, D. Flaley, is at his
Sandy home for a few days.
Mr. Hume has completed the
painting of G. W. Vanderpool
residence and is now painting the
Tum-A-Lum office.
J. R. Fleming was a business
visitor in town Wednesday.
D, M. Ucetjen and family will
move to their Criterion homestead
in a few days.
Roy Morrow has quit school and
gone to work.
Seven head of work horses for
sale, Claud Wilson, Bakeoven. 4p
Dr. Elwood made a trip to the
Wainio tectioo yesterday, calling
on Fred Simson and Grandma
Sanford, and Mrs. Ona Morris at
Lawson of Th Dalles, the auto
man was out yesterday.
Geo. Snipes of The Dalle Dia
mond tnillx pasted though here
Subscribers, if you fail to re
ceive a copy of this paper regular,
please let us know, and if possible
tlie lost paper will be replaced. It
has always been our intention to
send all subscribers their papers
each week, and will try to replace
copies lost in delivery.
Go to Fischer's Garage for all
your automobile accessories, gaso
line and storage of machinery.