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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (May 16, 1919)
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL 5, NO, 31
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY. OREGON. FRIDAY. MAY )6, 1919
THE YEAR $1.50
Maupin take? another game by
h score of 12 to 3 from Grass Val
ley on tbe Graea, Valley groan J.
The Grass Valley team put up u
hard icrap but they were out
classed when it eauie to the slick.
Skinner pitched liis same old fust
ones and the first seven men who
f need him laid er down, big Bill
sure caught a good game and
when, it coupes to geten em rut- of
(tie dirl he is a hear. Jlookn
worked on .first mid wan in tin-
game all time. Morris pulled a
very snappy play by catching a
man between- second and third
which got the team out of a bad
hole. Confer got the idea that be
"It Pays to Pay Cash at JoryV
F. M. Jory
Bi lk CL
Li.ua ii.t. Gtnts'
Shoe Polishes .
Castor Machine Oil
HATS HATS HATS
"It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's'
GAS and 01 (JKDiJ
A N D
Fraley Maupin, Ore. Vanderpool
We Sell EXIDE Batteries
We test your Batteries and Charge
them for you; repair them and help
you keep them in good order.
We handle Gas, Distilate and Coal Oil,
one gallon and up. We carry a large
itock of TIRES and TUBES, any size
and what we haven't we will he very
to get for you m any line.
We have a first class workman
Can do anything in the Auto
work and we will stand by
him in his work. What'he does
for you, and the price, is right.
Call and see us
wan hark after F)itz and drovi
"e a mile tcoring a couple o'
runs. The manager got a ftougbi
"pell a ril heaved one over th
grand stand unu'lel in two score'
(Ixine head). Mr. Nye the come
dimr and speed merchant wen1
round and round stealing verv
llijng from first to the hotel.
Olif and Cunnie, snugged every'
Ihing that came near an I hit the
pill like old vels. Oflioial ump
Kaiser being absent Lawrence
Stoyall officiated. No game Sun
day, game May 25 at Watco.
Tygh Valley .
Mark of Appreciation
As a mark of appreciation to
one of our esteemed soldiers, Nic
kolas Koroles, who has been fight
ing for our country, some of our
countrymen entered his homestead
caiiin during his absence and" stole
everything that wag necessary for
No doubt crops will be good in
bis vk-hity since his farming im
plement were all taken and evi
This w holesale theft was caused
no doubt by the erroneous report
of his death while lighting over
sens for our country.
On returning last week from
oveiseas duly Nick made his Lome
stead a vinit, planning to lemain
overnight. Arriving at a late
hour he found all blankets and
uteimels gone, so lit- was obliged to
return to Maupin nod sleep in a
chair, the only -jivuilnhle rest.
A uiau who has fiiveii up hia
own country and is willing to
jiva his life for oith reitaiuly
should be shown more lerpect.
Any information lending to the
recovery of Nick's property will
Sbfcp shearers wen!, timing!
fyuh Wednesday going to Holi
er anil Ualils , they liunslieil ilieii
'ih Friday and moved to Fargern
The SliUell hotel is now limit i
Mr. liouuey went to The Dallw
vVednesdap returning' Thursday.
11. MeAlee ri turned from
T. J. Swift went to Dufur Wed
nesday in his new Furd.
Vearl Bonney went to Crterioii
The show Friday night was
well attended, a dance following.
Anoteer show will be given by the
seme people Thursday M-ay 22nd.
Dr. Shitnnon and J. II. Fitspat
rick went to Wapiuitia Friday to
attend the inquest ot a small baby
found in the Deschutes river near
K. L,. Houser went to Kent
The picnic was , well attended
and a good program rendered by
the Tygh and Wapinilia schooli.
a dance followed, supper being
served at the Stilwell hotel.
Fishing is good in the Desclintei.
J. T. Harper lust one of hi
horses this wtek, old Turn win
lias put in 2!3 years in Wasrn
E. C-Fitspalriok went to 'lie
John Mc In lies of John D.iy v.'ns
a Tygb Visitor Tuesday.
The sheep Bhearers rekumed
from the Fargher ranch Mond,
leaving Tuesday for Jol u Day.
went to Portl ind Wednesday.
niepne v inn irti u week ago
lift t . i i . . i I
WHormKiay to shear ftieep u.e Bida U tornM-fac 50 rick rf
Frank (i .hie pi nee on Jmiiprl flr ,.,,),, woo, fl(. Maupin k:1ioo1
A number of our yuiing -ople wod to be delivered . ii h-1ko1
attended the thou at Tygh Turs-: g,.,,,,,,,),, llt. Maupin, (Jre.
'.V. night, : Send in bids to
The committee mi eats met, at j Lawrence S. tovalt, .
(to last jug-; I Diet. Clerk.
Dole is visiting
A baby girl was found last Fri
nay afternoon in the Deschutes
river half a mile below Noun
creek. An inquest was held and
the body buried.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas returned
home from Hood Itiver. It was
Mii. Minnie Phelps who died 1 apt
week instead of Mrs. Thomas'
niater. She left seven children
including a thiee weekstpld, baby.
Mrs. W. 0- Wilson and daught
er Ruby attendee the S. S. con
vention at Mos'n r Saturday.
,S. S. picnic and basket dinner
in the Abbott grove Sunday.
Liuoolu Hartman went to The
Dalles Tuesday returning Wednes
day with a now Ford for Charley
A reunion of the Batty family
took place at the home of L. C.
llenneahau Thursday, aloul 42
of the family were resent.
Julius Sliepflin, I. ii, ami Tim
lluunghan were tithing in the
Deschutes Wednesday and mailt
Jjui Hartuian and wife, Mrs.
John Lewis aud Mable left Sat
urday for Burns, Ore.
Chester Britlaiii and wife came
over from Warnic Sunday.
Clark Richardson of Maupin
(has been hauling wood from Pine
Grove the patt week.
1'hil Graves and wife of Aurora
arrived Friday for a visit wilh
tliir daughter Mrs If. llarphaiu
Mr. U. says crops heie are far
ahead ol the Valley.
Harry 1'ialt left last week and
is working in file Dalles. I
I Bon Fliun got quite a gash on
'his bead ft om an ax he was carry
ing wheu be fell while going up a
hill near Urdu's mill. :
I Shearing is i i progress. '
S mo fine salmon are Men in
he tiver here, not mauy i atil ca.
. llamer & Dahl are shipping
W. Lucnre shipped seveia! (lie
- kr to Portland M'sterdilv.
t l I n .1 'IICH,l ill .e. s speii
'r va.-ulion nl huiiin.
Sevpral aitended the school p-c
if at Tygh rilnrdiiy.
. A tufty pull w:is I old at lie
iherar limine lust nil t.
'rorn Frank GabelV ranch May 1
1919, C'lld (ilitd lliiiniiton watch
villi .1. 11 D. on the li.tck of it
I will give twenty-fivf dollar
John H. Decker.
The service flag f ii I be Victory
Liberty hail Hived St''iidiiy
nud is waving from I lie Hug pi le
.in front of the postoiTioe
Andy B jotli reluinel a' we k
sgo' Saturday from over H,
being mustered out of ceivice al
Camp Lawis. Mr. Booib was cui -tined
in hosiitals most of the lime
while iu France, being until le n
lake pitrt iu any of the halt c-.
. Floyd Johnson took Fred bn h
sel to Maupin Monday.
Mrs. Clara Swable teturnd
Tuesday from Portland where the
spent several tnoiiths taking treat
ment for fpinal disease and pai
Mr. and Mrs. W U. Magiil
m. - m
had aw m "jM
. TRY IT OH YOUR LIVE STOCK ' &&fl$ v .
It will keep them free from Insect
parasites and protect them against
EASY TO USEEFFECTIVE
KILLS LICE, MITES AND FLEAS.
DRIVES AWAY FUES. HEALS CUTS.
SCRATCHES AND WOUNDS. FOR
MANGE. SHEEP SCAB ArtD OTHER
PREVENTS HOG ftf&
Experiments on live hog prove tltat ft
2i dilution kills irulent Hog
Cholera Virus in five Minutes by contact.
K.reo Dip No. 1 iu Ortc'.ea' potrkagat, rcr Sl by
The Maupin Drug Ston
t e.i -"xij ten mm v-hixh on hrcho em tu. I.
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FREE PI AN BOOK ON
$ILOi Pay for Themselves
i B:ttcr Feeding the First
More Mach'n.ry Rusts Out
Tha. Wears Out.
Higsheds, Haysheds, Baras,
Chicken Houses, Hemes.
Tum-A-Lum Ltr. Co.
SOME OF THE IIIINOS wt CAN DO FOR Vi
bO YOUR NOTARY WORK, i .
. SLLL' iOIJK HARM I'Hit iiiii,'
KENT YOU A SAKIJTY DKl'OlT BOX,
BUY YOUR WHEAT. BAULKY AND OATH,
TAKE CARE OF YOUR BANKING BUSINESS.
DO Y0UK UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER WORK.
GIVE US A TRIAL. WE CAN AND WILL MAKE LUUU
MAUPIN STATE BANK