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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 27, 1920)
JUL JL& ' JkSk dtlasrita
Demoted' to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL 6, NO. 20
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY. OREGON. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1920
THE YEAR $1.50
I Iim following renewed their
subscription to the TimeB during
the past few days:
H. F. Bothwoll
II. L. Driver
C. G ?k"fislierg
J I. Wesi
Wood for Sale
On I lie miiiii roud and pni d
level.Krmind to loud on, no liilU,
1-2 mile east of U. S Hndi-rnby
place. Price $8 25 a cord.
PoBlofTice, Maupin, Ore.
Poland China Hog
For Bale, inquire of Claymier or
R. W. McCoikle. We have the
registered papers wilh him. lie
is a good hog, will trade bim for, a
Mrs. John Morrow of Hood
River is a guest at the Q, C Mor
row home at Tygb, Mrs. F. C.
Butler of the local exchange waa
a guest Wednesday at the Morrow
"It Pays to Pay
F. M. Jory
On Sale Fridays and Saturdays:
Cold Boiled Ham
"It Pays to Pay Cash at JoryV
We handle four ot the best cars on the market
If you are thinking car or truck come in and
talk it over with us.
Why not buy your car here, it wont cost you
any more than to buy it away from home,
and we will give you just as geed a trade on
your old car.
First Class Mechanics Auto LiveryDay or Night
Tygh Valley, Ore.
Chandler Republic Trucks
NEWS TMES OF
Any tiling in 1 1 c jewelry line.
Manpin Drug Store.
Mrs, E, A. Cyr returned humc
WoilncmUy from tlio hunpii.il.
Several email (arms wanted at
once, George I,. Mrtiric.
L. V. DiCump made a trip to
Iiend Saturday night.
Houses and lota for m It in
Manpin. -George I,. Morris.
J. 0. Chaatain of Wainic pur
chased a Ford lust week of ti.e
Ham and Eggs, and Saudwicl 03
and CotTce at Cyt's Co ifectiom ry.
Attv . Ikumgartner has com
ple'ed the eticlorfing of hie lot by
fencing the front.
Mrs. W. II.' Sta its . arrived
This wiek only, Kmuses Ear
Cindy, 3 for 10,', at Cyr'a Con
fecliouery. J. Jf, Woodcock is now driving
a nice little Ford roadster to and
from work as his mill.
Sheriff Chiisman was call d
here Tuesday morning by the
alarm sent in by some Chinamen
Cash at Jory's
Manpin Busehall club met and
irgHtii.ed Sunday, electing H. I,.
loiris manager and O. V. llenii k
"plain. A paper was partly eii
ulated and yery liberal donations
uhscribed by Kalipki business
The Manpin lineup for
.us on is the strongest
Muupin has ever had to
iiili, Wn are cxpecling
uood guno in 1920 unit ask thejmnnlh. 'I he cxiiiiiinalioi.H nr.if
support of all hint ball .ins as I have been harder lliaii v.-mil.
well as all boosters. '
I'mctinc giune Sunday, Fobiti- bad benttiied by I tiudret's of dot
ary 2'J. All material please be
present, All local teams corJially
i v i led to orgmize and eoinpite,
11. L, Morris, Mfcr,
op i he river that a crazy man wan
th. ting across the river. liiyifc-
tigiiiion diutlused inly tome tar -
eet sliootiiiK wilh an accic'eiital
dint-hm ge hilling across the tiver.
Hai v ry I.. Morris has a l ew
desk p:.oiie for I he really office
which wi.l be eonucctel with the
t witclibou id soon.
A nice supply ot Watches. The
best to Ui bad; E'gin Watches,
Hampden W i i bea that n ill paes
Ruilioad inspection for Bale at The
Manpin Drug t tore.
George Williams waa here this
week frem Montreal, Canada, his
first visit to trends here in eight
On account of tl e raise on soda
pop to us, we will I p foroed to
charge 15o per bottle oi 2 fcr 25c
starting March 1st.--Cij's Ci n
fecliouery F. f). Stuart's liancV'i' " HiOp
bungalow on the brow i f
is bi ii e painled white.
VVbaile is doing the work.
1C. C Woodcock vent o ".
Dalles Friday lo attend the b. V
iloiugs, and was accompli nil d '
Maupin i-linday by his hitler,
II. F. Mr. and Mrs. Woodiock
returned to '1 he Dalles Wediis-
J day morning,
j It iy K.iylcr an 1 Bites ShalUck
iare attending the auto thov ill
Portland this week.
. Mis. McKay and daughters Mrs
Lillie Sehalis and IJazel MiKsy
are here this week visiting rrlr
tiyea, A. A. Brit ton and Mrs. Don
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. While- ai d
baby and Mr. Whaite nturiitd(a
from Dufur Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nye ac
companied the latlcr's moll.fr
home fi om Ti e Dalles lastwetk.
Mn. Nye had a serious attack of
flu from which she convalescing.
Willis Fallow stopped here
Wednesday night with a band of
cattle enroute to pasture on the
The Anna If. Stege r.nd J.. E.
Miller properties, of Criterion
i 1 . i , 1. ! 1. .Ui U
,eae aisposeu oi iqis w een unougu
ILuvey L. ami George L. Morris.
More prosieels in the near future.
Atty. IJaiuiigartiivr, A. 1'liilinl e
and Arthur 1'iikc imiioved the
rocks from the former's lot Mon
day and 1 uesduy, makii-g a stiong
fence on the rear of the lot. ,
Mrs. this. Kessler who wilh
br sifter lioin B;ink8 has been
'called home by shortage of help
in husband's shop,
N, J, Sinnolt haa sent this ollii e
an allotment of guno n seeds to'
he distributed in this fiction
Call fur yours beforn tbere gone.
Mrs. H. A. Wbaile went to
Dufur Sun lay evening to be wilh
her daughter Mis. A. M. White.
E. B. and W. I.. Dr.vi r wi re
Maupr.i biiMuem callers Tuesday
niorning. The former called at
the Times fliee lor i-ome gsr eu
bppiI.j and exnreffed his apprecia
tion of our little fheet, saying he,
Maupin School News
Mlevoii primary pvipi's win
have Ken having the )iiini h it -turned
tbU week mid n ) lien ca-e
isa Selli k is ell ii g nvei lln
mumps uii'ily. Mis. Hiidnint'ii
is teaching ibn primary r in itm.
ing her n lff tier.
lliHtJ Leonard Fiirlnw lid Mabel Cyi
begin .are Hie only l)i(i!i school pupil
none ! t. iking over !)0 pi r cent Ihi
bus llmuigh our local nd
.d II III MP.
Mrs. Curl Head who has bean
helping care for relatives ill at the
C. E. Tunison homo rutin in d l'
White River Thursday.
J. I, West, J. M, Madron, and
H. L. Foreman wera Miupin tall-
' eis yesterday from tbc Wapit.ilia
Mr. and Mrs. G, W.
and son Oearald weie
i isilois ftoiu Biikeoven Saturday
Rev. F. L Burns was a gtieat
at the parsonage and pr ai heu
Prospects of a matched game of
baseball, Sunday, Muieh 7 at
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Long went
to Madras Tuesday, will return
home Monday. Therj will bo
services at the church Sunday with
W. H. Aldridge in charge,.
II. L Driver and Q. C. Morrow
were over from Tvih Saliuduy
evening, Mr. Driver is also a
veteran of the recent war, geltii g
bis right leg 'shot, up' aid is jutt
recently gettldg full use of it lie1
laiining Coyote point above'
Tygb anil is lery much plensed
ovwi' prospects fur a bumper crop
of 37o acres of grain Ibis jear.
j & r. and Mrs. J. M. O'Hri'm
1 'V"re in frntn Wapinitia Salurday.
' Pearl iivic and bis father wen-
daopin visitors from Wnpiinlia
i i Wednesduv.
1'or sale 21 head of cattle.
Wiite iri see Ceo. o bum, Wapini
W. Train No. oh dm
in. No. 3ti Hue al 3.25 p. m.
(). T. Train to Porlland 1 t'H a.
., from Portland 1 :27 a. in.
WHAT V.X CAN SFXL YOU
FORD & MAXWELL CARS
and help you get any uuho you want
We recharge your batteries tin! examine them
GASOLINE, DISTILLATE, COAL OSL, OIL & GREASES
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our power to do so. We want your husinesi U.re or small.
We appreciate it. Wc arc out fcr this years biuirrs and we
want to help you lo get your needs and it helps us to kcrp what
' No one
for it and many more hours worrying as to where it might re.
There is really only one way nf preve' tinc valuable topers and
(Jocurrents fion becoming miJaid or li-fct. n.d that if to l'lace Jfur valuables in
one of our fire proof Safe Deposit BxeH.
Hates $2 per yea.
MAUPIN STATE BANK
SENT IN BY OUR
Ed Chandler a native Wninic
boy succumbed to inllueimi at
llool River the 1-lh and was
brought to Four Coineis for hinial
He was about 2'.) years of I lie
younger S"ti oi Pied I hamlln who
inuv resides Ht. Seattle, W it ., and
broth- r of li.ilpb Cb.inilli r of
Wani'c, Blanrlit, of .Hood liivei,
and Ttet of Ti luieiiisli, VV. He
, j(,lim H:HMnd two children
Ln0 are Hl) aIUiMed ivi'h the
Waller l.nlford and Misr, Hazel
Morgan were inarm d in Vancou -
ver, February, 21ib. The young
! p( opla are visiting ui the heme of
the gloom's parenls line.
The men of Smock have
seuson's woo l dutling about done,-
have just tiniahid
will) the woodsaw.
The Smock bchool is closed now
on account of sickness.
Cully Duncan and wife Vim are
emlojed nt the Jake Davison place
were cp lo Charley Duucau's a
week alio Saturday night when
I bey were tick and conti acted the
flu and aie jjbt now uble to be up.
Miss Lucile Kennedy who ha
been attcDcling school in Poitland
is visilii g her patents,
HERBERT W. COPELAND, Principal of Maupin School,
also graduate and licensed
treat case of hypermelropia, presbyopia, rryepia,
and astigmatism wilh properly fitted glasses.
See hi in on Saturdays or evenings, not at any
time that will interfere wilh school duties.
Why strain you pyes to read when relief is so easily obtained?
Goodrich. Diamond, Goodycu-v,
w f mntiix, vou Oi
knows where it it. You have pr -
Still the spring weather con.
II. N. Dodge made ft business
trip to The Dalles Saturday, re
inmiiig Sunday. Mr. Richmond
''ok him in his car.
G. E, Wood and family and
vl's Cidia Britiain and son came
ver from Wainic Wednesday, re
inning till Friday initiug at
lie Kiinn borne.
0. L p. qoet i. nd son Francis
mil Mis -z- loyle lefi Mori
ay for In hitler's home in
A telephone meeting . of the
lalrons of line IS vas lield at
Lew :s' store Saturday evening and
it Has decided to move the line
ul of the fields on the mad west
'id Wapinilia and Monday a crew
went to moving and resettn g the
I he line is now completed
to Wnniiiitia, Ne posts will m
put in from there lo Calvin Mo-
Cork Id's lower ranch.
.1 nines Abbott left today fcr
I'oilland and will bring a new
ear home wilh him.
A Miimply-Diimpty play was
given at the Tine Grove K'hcol
hoiife Friday. A large crowd wan
pretent add all agree 'twas splendid
Rev. J. I, Parker was called to
Wani'c Friday on account of the
illiH-cb in the Blackerby family.
He returned home Monday.
. Harold Helherford, W.J. Hick
py and Il-irvey, Sthaiiefmuu made
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