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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (April 4, 1919)
Demoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL 5, NO. 25
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY. OREGON. FRIDAY. APRIL 4. 1919
THE YEAR $1.50
The base ball fans held a meet
ing in the school house Sunday
and elected A. L. Anderson as
temporary manager. Mr. Kelly
read the records of the last few
seasons and they are proof of a
well managed ball club, both fin
ancially and as a winner. Maupin
bag at present about the same
material and bp the united sup-
The Maupin squad ot trapshoot
ers will shoot in Moro next Sun
day afternoon. Anyone interested
is invited to accompany the Club
to Moro and do a little, rooting for
the home team.
schedule will be arranged and reg
lar games will be played. Watch
the Times for thedateB and teams
port of the business men we should If you will all oome out Sunday
see some real fast games thiq sum-1 and bring a small donation the
mer. The uniforms are back and the boys will try and show what
iu good condition for the season, they can do. Game to be called
Sunday will see the team iu action promptly at 2:30.
against the second team with Don't forget your pocket books,
Ralph Kaiser at the head. a Andy
'It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's'
F. M. Jory
It Pays to Pay Cash at
GAS and OIL
We are still hayirg spring
weuther, warm cloudy nights with
bright sunshiny days. The fruit
irees are coming out in bloom.
George Woodruff and family
made a trip to The Dalles laet
A comedy-drama entitled the
Prince of Liars was rendered in
I. 0. 0. F. hall here Friday eyen
ing for the benefit of the Dufur
hh school and was well attended
The seats were all taken and peo
ple were standing in the aisles
The music furnished by the Dufur
high Echool and band was splendid
and ttje play was also enjoyed by
Mrs. Jake Davidson was quite
sick Friday uight but is better.
E. C. Filzpatrick helped Mays'
drive some of their cattle to pas
ting on White river Thursday and
Tin I. O. O. F. Lodge went to
Dufur Suturday night Those go
ing weie Dr. Shanuon, J. T. Har
per, Salomon Hauser, Clyde
Oliver and Jim MuCown. Jim
road the gnat, the Dufur Lodge
putting ou the first degree.
Mr. and Mrs. Grimes made a
trip to The D illea Monday in their
car, Mr. McAtee going with them.
He returned to Portland after be
ing home a few days.
Dr. Shaunon and Mr. VauDuyn
made a trip to The Dalles Mon
day, Loris Bonucy going with
them. Loris is leturning to the
University at Eugene after spend
ing his spring vacation with his
Mr. Hertsler who live .on, the
Flat is quite sick this week.
Ralph Nelson came houie froni
Maupin Monday after working
oirer there for some time on the
Hoy Morris took Miss Tl o ti
son on the flat Tuesday to m
Mrs. Hurtzler who is quite eick.
G. W. Foster and family, Mrs.
Taylor and Eruest Webb and wife
were visitors at Sbciar last Hun
day, spending the day with Mr.
Maddux and family.
Mrs. Lkla Wbaite sprained her
right arm Tue day. Mrs. G. W.
Foster is taking her place at the
J. E. Morrow was brushing up
bis car Tuoeday.
Found on the road to the old
McCurkle mill one auto license
No. 33115. Same was left at
A birthday surprise party was
uiven Mbs lino McAlee Wednes
day evening. About twenty were
present. Cake, sandwiches and
salad were served. All report a
very enjoyable evening.
K. A. Hartman and Ollie Both
well went to Portland to bring otil
a Ford tractor which ErneBt had
sold him, also E. A. will stop at
The Dalles where he is having hi
May weather still prevails here.
Tlie prospects for a grain crop
were never better than at present.
John Ward was a Maupin visit
Mose Delore aud Lewie McCoy
are home from Service, having ar
rived here Saturday.
Mr. Johnson returned Wednes
day from a busiuees trip to Port
land, Seattle aud Tacoma.
Dr. Elwood was called Tuesday
evening to Bee Mrs. J. S. Brown
who is quite. Mrs. Ball id helping
with the work there.
.;1 A letter was received from N.
(jT Iledin statiug he expected to
be here soon.
Kev. Chapman and family left
Tuesday for their homein. the
Rev. Geo. McDonald was here
over . Sunday, and will he here,
April 15 and remain over Faster,
holding services every night. '
John Lewis spent a few days in
The Dalles this week looking after
Stillman Goodenough bus pur
chased the property of W. A.
Dane in our burg and will remodel
the house and move his family
J. P. Abbott has purchased the
Goodenough ranch on the hills.
LelauJ, the little son of Walter
Driyer hai the mumps.
" Mr. aid Mrs. H, " M'nyuard
Mrs. Ball and little son and Clyde
Flinn made the round trip to The
IVarl Evick spent last week in
The pupils aud teacher of the
Pine Grove schrot w nt on n 'bare
l bound' hike Sunday. Mamie
W ilker was lea ler of the bunuh,
hlin them to Oak Flat, a dis
tance of three miles wleu they
anic tgolhor for dinner.
Maupin Trap Club scalped the
Moro Gun Club last Sunday on
the Maupin grounds by a close
margin of 14 birds. It was very
clofe until in the last frame nf
25 that Maupin took the lead and
held it until the last. The con
test for high gun was very inter
esting as there were only 7 birds
difference between the high and
the low gun on the Maupin team
ii ml Mr. of Moro won it
by breaking 41 out of 60 which
was a line ecore considering th
wind, James wus second wilh 40,
WilliamBand Hood, with 38 and
iW wero after high gun alt the
time. Shattuck and Annerson
were fighting hard for 3rd place.
The Moro Club consists ot real
gentlemen and good sports. Mau
pin Club will meet them on the
Moro ground, Sunday, April 6.
Ry owner; cheap; 1 gray pony
weight 1000 lbs., age 10, gentle for
children to ride and a good work
lioree; 1 brown mare, weight 1250,
iige 6; 1 brown mare, weight 1100,
inje 4, nubrokc; 1 gray mare,
weight 1800, age 7.-0. J. Wil
liams, phone 6F21.
Arthur Rice was among Wapiui
.in visitors iu Maupin Sunday,
The Tuni-A-I.um Lumber Co.
in order to promote the growing
of corn in Southern Wasco county
is making some very liberal prizes
to the boys aud girls who have the
"get there" enough to Win one of
the dandy prizes. The premiums
are as follows:
1st. Trip to O. A. C. Summer
School, value $35,00.
"nd. Trip to State Fait at Salem
Value $L'0 00.
3rd. Cash, $10.00.
Balance of $35 00 to be in cash
prizes, ranging from $1 00 to $5.
Thera are to he four schools in the
contest, Wamtc, Tygh Valler,
Wapinitia and Maupin. This is
sure to he a lively contest and the
Maupin school is going to win
some of the prizes as well as the
honors. Auy of the boys who
want information regarding the
contest can get same from Mr,
Anderson . at the Tum-A-Li m
yard at Maupin or by writirg A.
R. Chase, County Agent, at Tie
Church seryices will be conduct
ed at the school house 8unday,
April 20, inoruing aud evening.
P. P. Underwood, minister of the
Christian church will speak.
A 9-pound boy arrived at the C.
II. Crofoot home March 28th.
Mrs. Durham wnil to Port'and
Wednesday returning Thursday
in company with her daughter,
Mrs. C. E. Vest, from California.
Mr. Vest w ill come later and take
a position iu I he Maupin Garage.
EAT ALL YOU WANT!
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PREFERRED STOCK TRU-BLU BISCUIT CO'S
Staple and Fancy Cookies, Crackers aud
fROSE CITY BRAND GOODYEAR
Mackinaws, Logger Shirts, Wet Weather
Flannel Shirts and Water- Footwear
Repellent Wear STOCK SALT
Light Hardware, Tinware, Graniteware, Glassware
HOOD'S CASH STORE
Always at Your Service
Contractors and Builders
Estimates Furnished Free
Silos a Specialty
ij We do Concrete Work,
Header Boxes, draw plans
and specifications for any
fi and all Kinds of building
k JOHNSON DOAK
Save your feed
Omer Brittaiu returned .home
from the set vice Friday and his
folks are very clad of hia return."
Cy Tuuison's were over to set
their daughter, Mrs. C. Head.
Mrs. Grovel Webb has letumed
home from The DaUeH wbeie she
hau heen for sonio time at t lie
Mabel Thomas 'was a Da'les
vicitor over Sunday.
Mays Bros, of Tygh brought a
.'big bun:h of cattle to to this part
of the country to pasture.
J.ie Muller is making his folks
a wetk'a visit, bringing his chum,!
Sam Weaver for a good tioje inj
the country as they both woik at,
the steel ship yards at Vancouver,,
Wn. Joe has heen there since,
the first of the year. He is look
ing fine but says there's nothing
like the youd bud of Eastern Ore.
There seems to be quite a short-
ace oteeed grain. The warehouses
No More Gas on the Stomach or Sour
Stomacht No More Heavy Per'ing
After Meals or Constipation!
It you have sour stomach, cwti
pudon or gas on the stomach ONK
oI'OOM'TIj simple buckthorn hark,
glycerine, etc., in mlxM In A dlT Ika,
will brln? you INSTANT relief.
Adlprlka draws all the old foul
matter from the system leaving tbo
bowpls and rtomach fri:h ami
CLEAN, ready to dliiPHt anything.
Guards against appendicitis.
For pale at
The Maupin Drug Sture
Let us Figure
O ut your size
Built of StccK Lumber
No royalties to pay
Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co.
A. L. Anderson, M$r.
SOME OF THE THINGS 1HVI wfc CAN DO TOR Vl)iJ
DO YOUR NOTARY WORK,
SELL iOUK FA KM KM l Ou.
RENT YOU A SAFETY DEPOSIT BOX.
BUY YOUR WHEAT. BARLEY AND OATS.
TAKE CARE OF YOUR BANKING BUSINESS.
DO YOUR UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER WORK.
GIVE US A TRIAL. WE CAN AND WILL MAJCft GOOD
MAUPIN STATE BANK
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