The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930, March 14, 1919, Supplement, Image 6

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    Fish have begun to bite. If ym
haven't plenty of tackle get it at
The Maupin Drug Store.
Some of the farmers clout like to
be skinned, but Dad Coale still
buys ("kins and hide.
Mrs. Susan Derthick and Mise
lea Derthick went to Portland last
week where the former is receiy
ing medical treatment,
E. A Cyr installed a new gae
lighting system in the confection
ery and pool hall last Friday.
G. W. Vanderpool is puttir g a
new road through from the turn
in the main highway below the
school to his residence on the
A force of men and teamB haye
made immence improvements the
last ten days in the widening and
straightening on the Maupin grade
Maupin experienced a light
snow storm Saturday afternoon.
Ideal spring weather has prevailed
this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Durham
left Tuesday night for their home
at Yakima.
Mrs. L B. Kelly's big Hone
Comfort range arrived yesterday
and was taken to the farm.
Church Notice
John G, Hessler, pastor.
Sunday School 10.
Preaching 11.
Claw meeting 12:15
dome and worship with ns.