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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 13, 1920)
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Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL.6, NO. 18
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 13, 1920
THE YEAR $1.50
Don't Miss ihe
Ellison White Lyceum Shows
are all high class performance?,
aud in the c ruing number, Feb
17, tlie Waters Company present
au entertnin nietit that will hold
your interest and leach y ou how
to laugh again. Mr. Waters will
appear in Character itnpersoia
aions that are exceptionally clevei
and laughable. Mrs. WaUrs is
also an impersonator and together
with Miss ISdna Falk, the eii'gr,
they offer a program that we
consider the best yet.
Only two more performances
this season. Don't fail to ite
them both. Roads are now open
to Wamic, Wapinilia and Tygh
and its time for you folks to
"jazz'' out a little.
"It Pays to Pay
F. M. Jory
On Sale Fridays and Saturdays:
Cold Boiled Ham
10 per cent off
It Pays to Pay
, Crescent Garage
Agency for Dodge, Ford Cars, and Republic
Trucks. Full line of tires, tubes, oils and
auto supplies. Full stock cf Gcrc&e Ford
Parts on hand also Ford cars in stock; if ycu
want a new Ford this spring, better get cue
now as there will be a shortage in the spring.
If you need anything in our line give us a trial.
First Class Overhauling and, Repairing
. At Reasonable Prices
Livery Cars Day cr Night. Call
Tygh Valiey, Ore.
' Dr. H. C Dake
I a0 baumgmtmer" I
Maupin School News
Mrs. Buchanon is ill ah. I her
pupils aro taking their instruction
in high school loom.
The principal goes to Portland
Friday t consult with lr. Dt-K'-yser
in regard to his ouUes as
instructor in the optical colli ge
after clos-e of school hern. Miss
Selleck conducts the work of the
high school room during his
Several are still out with mumps
but the situation is improving
. Mrs. Morrison visited the school
The children are haying lots of
fun makiug valentines for the
valentine boxes to be opened Fri
Our attendance in the primary
Cash at Jory's'
on woolen goods
Cash at Jory's
9 A. IJL to 5 P. M.
room still continues irregular, gr
nan are absent on account ol
We were so glad to have Mre.
Stuart with us for a whole fore
noon One day last week, wish tuon
folks would come to see us.
St. Valentine reigns supreme
vil.h us this week and many yulu
ible lessons aie being Itarntti
from the study of this saint. Our
valentine box is furnishing great
pleasure to our httlu folks.
Lincoln and Washington are
getting their share of our lime
also and much real benefit is
being derived as we live again the
incidents in the lives of two of the
great men of history.
V. A." Dane received a telegram
fiom Lashier, Minn., that hie
brother was very low and he left
fur there Tuesday morning.
Fied Hackler returned from
The ;ades Wedesday where he
was .a. witness in the trial of the
young In ian who was sentenced
for forging checks,
Cecil, the second younger son
of Mr. and Mrs. George Magill of
Wamic p,isnd away at 11:80 Tues
day night and was buried yester
day at the Four Corners cemetery.
Mr. aud Mrs. N VV. Flinn attend
ed the funeral.
Mrs. George Claytnier has been
quite Bick this week.
Mrs. Waller Woodside has been
down in bed for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Wood visited el
the Tescimtr home Thursday after
Mrs. Ira Gresham is quite ill.
Mrs Vesta White of Vancouver
araived Saturday at the iVagill
home at Wamic.
The Wapinitia Baseball !i b
will organize at Wapinitia Sunday
Supervisor H. N Dodge has a
number of men and teams at work
on the road.
M;.r:ha Wall is here from the
Valley visiting relatives,
Mrs. Azalia Doule from Canada
is visiting at tho I'aquel home
here and Seltz Miller home near
Maupin. Mrs. Doule is a step
daughter of Mr, Paqutit.
Perry Howard, a pioneer of ibis
place was visiting old friends litre
Mrs. D. VV. Sliarpe is on the
The Cattlemen's Association
heliL- their annual meeting here
Mr. and Mrs. W, E. Davis who
succumbed to the 'flu' last week
at their home near The Dalles left
four children. Mrs. Davis was
formerly Miss Alphretta Ware
and was a cousin of Mrs. N. W,
Flinn and Mrs, George Magill.
For sale 21 head of cattle
Write or see Geo. o-born, Wapini
Misses Millie aud Amy David
son came out from The Dalles
Wednesday and are vii-iting rela
tives and friends.
If your hens don't lay feed them
Lilly's Poultry Totii; for sale at
The Maupin Ding Store.
Stephen Wing, Tom Swift and
O. 0, Morrow were over from
Tygh Wednesday morning. Mr.
Morris now sole propi ietor of the
Tygh Valley garage at that place.
A nunibor of ranches near
Maupin and Dufur for sale, write
or call W. C. Ilanna.
Maupin school Dist. received a
car of wood this week. G. t.
Derthitk hauled it up from the
Weather conditions the past
week have been ideal of lliffasim
Cold nights, morning fog clearing
nvayadniiltiiig warm sunshine.
You owe it to juuixlf and your
family to see the Ellison-White
Program, Some of the bert t.ili ni
on the Circuit r ih L here at 1. 011,0
Three big number to come. D
not miss I hem.
Maupin Warehouse i-l.ipped a
cirof wheat Tuesday and have
three more loaded for Chicago.
Wanted Milk cintoiners. E
Mrs. R. A. Driver cf Wamic.
who is in The Dalles for medical
treatment has been confined to
her bed the past week, .
Cracker Jack at E. A, Cyr's,
A few good seats for ihe Ellison-White
Lyceum Circuit. Play
Safe; Phone today. , ' .
Mr. and Mrs. Juliup Sl.ipflin
and daughter Ella of Pine Grove
went to The Dalles Tuesday, re
luming Wednesday. '
If you want 6 per cent money
for 33 years, see me. II. L Morris
Mr. MacGregor, for many years
a resident near Badger creek north
of Wamio was found dead about
two weeks ago, haying fallen from
a straw stask where ha had been
feeding cattle. It is thought he
died of heart trouble. He was
at the Herman Gesh place and
had been dead a few hours before
he waB discovered.
Melvin Sigmau and Brintou
were from Dufur last night being
euroute to Criterion in quest of
pasturage for cattle.
Mrs. and Mrs. W. II. Staats
will be home Monday from Port
land where they have been on a
J S. Fraley of Tygh Ridge has
A car off the track near herar
Wednesday night delayed the Up
f), T. train until 5 o'clock yfster
d iy morning.
Mr and Mis. C. B. Dabl and
di.s. H. L. ohanncu and Mis'
.Uullw were over from, Tygh yes.
B. D. Fraley brought a new
Maxwell roadster nut, fiom The
f)allo lat evening.
Are you using The Times liner
column whin you haye any thing
to sell or want to buy some article
that your neighbor may have 01
wishes to dispose of? If not try
a want ad iu that column. We hi
sure that it will bring results.
and help you fet any make you want
We recharge your batteries and examine them
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No one knows where it it. You have possibly spent hours looking
for it and many more hours worrying as to where it might be.
There is really only one way of preventing valuable papers and
documents from beebmirg ' mislaid or li st, end that is to place your vuluables in
one of our fire proof Safe Deposit Boxe.i.
Rates $2 per year.
MAUPIN STATE BANK
At the Churches
Services at Maupin church:
Plenty of fuel egain for which
we are all thankful.
We can now have services Sun
day evening beginning 7:30.
Come arid help us in the song
Sunday School at 10 1, 'clock.
We need you in the Sunday
School, Coin'', there is a place
Preaching service, 1 1
E N Lonj.', IV.' or.
The Blake'y-C'ongh ranch hen
shippid five cars of cattle over tin
Q. T. Monday to W L Blakely ,
at Plymouth, Vn,
Bars! Candy Bars!
Fe'ow Cost Trice While They last 3 Fars for 10c
See th? Window at E. A. Cyr's
Ey Herbert W. Copehnnl
The fpecialist went through the
To I'.fl the children's sight,
A good idea, the world moves on;
The plan I think is light,
"Now Johnie has myopia,
Poor bey he has it bad;
He cannot Bee to do his wort,
No use to ecoM the lad!"
The teacher wrote to Johnny's pa
"Dear Mr. Small," Said she,
"Your Johuuy'e quite niyoptic,ar,d
I think thai you'll agree
That he should be attended to;
His case I do deplore,
fur him to fail to do hia work,
It grieves me more and more."
Next morn, before the school bill
If Mr Sinrll had known llm meaning of the word myopic le
would have taken Johnny to a specialist for repairs lo his eyes H.s
heart "was in the right place," but he did not understand.
HERBERT W. COPELAND, Principal of Mm pin School,
also graduate and licensed
treats cases cf hyperinetropia, presbyopia, rryopia,
and astigmatism with properly fitted glasses.
See him on Saturdays or evenings, not at any
time that will interfere with school duties.
Why strain you eyes to read when relief is so ead'y obtained?
WHAT Wi: CAN SELL YOU
The following renewed Iheir
subscription to the Times during
the past few diys:
A, J. Conroy
G. W. Foster
K. W. MdCorkle
Thomas Flanagan, formerly of
hi placp is in a critical condition
in a Portland hospital following a
evere burning from a goBoline
xplosion. . ,
The garages here ami at Tygh
Valle-' are very busy ovuhauling
The boy gave her a note,
"It's from my pa," was all he?aid,
Here's what the father wrote:
"My dear Miss Smith, you did
In giyin' me Ihe act;
I thrashed him good and huH
Tor his rnyopio acts.
"If he ever'lothers yon again
Or ever brerks a rule, ,
1 1 wa t to know it rght away
lie must behave in school"!
Poor Johnny Small! His lot waa
1..... .Oii'g the hist I e culd!
When NatuiM fails to do her part
The rod can do no good.