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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (March 5, 1920)
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Demoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL 6. NO. 21
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON. FKIDAY, MARCH 5. 1920
THE YEAR $1.50
Maupin School News
Miss Sel'rck returned to her
work Tuesday noon after Injun
laid up nearly a week villi ti e
m u 11) pi.
Vina Ayrcs and Ida Duncan
are working hard fur a liiuh school
education. They "bach" and lake
care of Vina'g two little sisters,
who attend in tlie primary room.
George Avrex and his little lirotli
er ''Tiir'' alao b:iob and George
and "Tug" are amung the firt t at
school evury day.
Intei mediate pupils whose work
deserves special men (ion this
liKiiitb are Lorraine S'oyall, V ini
f red Kaiser, Arthur l'bilmle?, and
M t ie Whifclock.
The primary children making a
"It Pays to Pay
F. M. Jory
On Sale Fridays and Saturdays:
Cold Boiled Ham
v Woolen Goods
"It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's"
Dir. H. C Dak
Suswdlaiy aumdl other homn hj s ppmh.tmt&i
We handle four of 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 good a trade on
your old car.
First Class Mechanics Auto LiveryDay or Night
Tygh Valley, Ore.
Chandler Republic Trucks
I Ao MUMGMTOER1
I hundred in spelling lor last ninnih
were Ivan Donaldson, Dorris KeL
'ly, Blanche Hammond, Laurcuce
Slyer, Velma Crofoot, Ella Ham.
niond, Mclvin Jory, elli Whit,
Bird houses aul; I'miMy Clubs
are coming in for their sham of
attention this n onth. Vuny ar
listic bird cottages are ready for
their eagerly looked for tenants,
Supt. Groncwald has exi'iied a
great interest in poultry by his
secuiing for the children smiles
of pure bred eggs,
The I'ortland Painless Dentist
All work guarantied. W. T,
Slatleu, I). D. B., Prop., 'Mb bee
ond St., The Dalles.
Beef for Sale at Cyr's Confec
Cash at Jory's
- ' Oregoira
S A. M. to S P. M.
SENT IN BY OUR
Some real Mai oh weather hat
been experienced here the paBl
few ilays. Monday night shout
Ihree inches of snow fell but had
nil disappeared Tuesday. Last
Friday and Saturday a iohl east
wind blew and the air was tilled
with a luzo that resemled smoke
Just what it was no one seems to
know, but quite an epidemic of
colds struck herp, almost everyone
Co. Supt. Gronewald, Q. W.
liiewsler and Co. Agent Fluharty
! I " k e at the Pine Grove school
a d a number of families of that
seel i' n gatberod at the tebool
'hou and enjoyed a basket dinner
Mrs. Callie Bigbee went to Tht
Dal.ei- Friday evening with Supt.
Grouemild and remained till Sun
day visiting relatives there.
VV, A. IMne arrived Saturday
from Minnesota wuere lie vi at.
called by tie serious illness of his
brother wlm passed avtay before
he reached mere.
j Mr. and Mi. Julius Sbtpltin
llulrp linuli rillitf fcifl? I III nil! Wffl
.JU., ....... f - I " v
Mrs. S is miii'ii improved.
Dee Woods ide relumed the lust
of (he week ftoui I lie stock show
at Wapato, Wn. He brought
home with him thuc thoroughbred
animal, two lor LitnscK aud one
Mrs. Chester llice mid her
mother came here from Iwlnciida
Several new .curs huy,c made
their appcuiauce here l-.i'-ly.
Mote Dolores have a iitw J. tin
six, aud Wilson Bros, a new 'ml'
Mr and Mrs. S. II. Wili-on and
I,cii made a trip to The Uallis
Saturday iu their new car, Mrs.
W- 0, Wilson who visited her
sinter in Hood River the paft week
came homo with tlictn.
Rev. I. Parker aud Key. Mull
hew of Symuash left Monday to
attcud the inter-church movement
meeting whloh convenes Wednes
day to Friday in Poitlaud.
C.0. and A. R. Maynard who
left here recently wiile that tliey
haye each bought property neur
Redding, Cal , and like the coun
A dance was given at the Stuu
tou here Saturday uight.
Mr. aud Mrs. Cnlviu MeCorkle
were visiting at Tygh Valley and
Everett Ricbmoiii sent a few
days in Portland lust week attend
ing the uulomohilo sl ow-.' He
Came home Saturday.
J. II. Lewia wmtto Bum last
w.ek where he will.visit Lis tin
Herbert Lewis. . '
Dr. Elvvood was calleJ Mouday
to sue Mrs. Oswald Croiincr
Mr. bii I Mrs. Earl Birchard are
over from Uufur vicitiujj at the
Bill Foreman has lecu quite
sick the past week.
Mr. aud Mrs. Nathan Hill and
sou and Mrs. Jennie Gabel and
.daughter are visiting at the Blown
home this week. I
N G. Hediu and Mr. qnd Mr.
W. B . Keen arrived In-re Wedites
day from Portland. '
An infant born to Mr. aud Mrs. I
Raymond Duering Thursday of
last week at Tygh died Frklay. j
Rev; Matthew reports double
Indian wedding st Sjtnuashio tbei
20th aftei cbuich. He also re. !
ports an Indian wedding Feb. 1st.
Dar.ce! Dance! Dance!
Given by America! Legion Post
7j, Maupin, Orcein,' SlinliuesV
hall, March I3ih, 1920.
Jazz minde, m Door,
)an danoe, what more?
Everybody come. ' :
Dave DomUlson, Wj H. Will-
iairis, Bert McClure, y. E. Hunt
and Arthur Fargher were Dalles
visitors from Maupin Friday and
Word was just received of the
deitb of Fred Pratt at Salem
Wedriosday. Funeral today. Mr.
Pratt was a brother of Mrs. G. Ii.
Wood and was for a few years a
resident of .Tuuiurr Flit. Mrs.
Wood aud baby left yes'erduy for'
Raj Kaylor and Bates Shaltuck
returned from Portland, Ray the
proud owner of a Laudsome Olds
Dr. Dake, W. IC. Kidder, and
Mrs. Violet Mayhew were initialed
Wednesday night into the mys
teries of the (ibbekahs. A nice
lunch and jolly good time was
enjoyed after initiation.
Six thorougbbied Poland Chiun
sows to let out ou t-bures. '1 no
old ones, one reglgteicd,' fmir
young once.- II. A. Mulh r, Tygh.
WANTED' Woman to cot.k
aud do Nome house work fur family
iu Portland. Salary $M) u lumilh
and fare to Porllund. Inquire
Times ollice. )Jli
Mr. and Mrs. V. W, Endorshy
wore in from Wapinitia Wednes
day to meet U. S. U idershy who
arrived on the after noon lr:iu
limn Caljfoi nia.
Ye scribe t xpnicnctd the tt
irit ! uu again Mundiy of missing a
train, this time due to ignorance
nf the change of schedule wheieby
the afternoon O. W. train arrive?
here an hour cailier than founoil)
Cuiiiplire Mirthiiiullows. Tht
bett yel, for tale at The Maupin
Mrs. A. M White who hai
Iihmi quite-ill since retuinii c h
Dufur is enroutu to recovery
On account oi the raise on ,
F O ftp & M AXWELL CARS
1, and help you get any innKe you want
j, We recharge your batteries ant! examine them
GASOLINE, DISTILLATE, COAL OIL, OIL & GREASES
Goodrich, Diamond, Goodycrr, end the best
1 irC! service we can five you on any line that is in
our power to do so. We want your buinei ! Irfe or small.
We appreciate it. We are out for this year's business and we
want to help ycu to get your needs and it helps us to keep what
OUR BANKING FACILITIES ENABLE US TO GIVE OUR
PATRONS THE SAME BENEFITS AND. PRIVILEDGES AS ARE
ENJOYED BYTHE PATRONS OF MOST OF THE LARGEST BANS
IN THE COUNTRY.
WE INVITE YOUK ACCOUNT. LARGE OR SMALL.
BANKING HOURS: EIGHT A. M. TO FOUR P. M.
MAUPIN STATE BANK
)op to up, e will he foroed to
"h.vgo !') per bottle or 2 f. r 25c
starting March 1st. Cry's Con.
N. J, Sinnoit has ieiit this i. llice
an allotment of garden seeds t
be distributed in Ihit aiction
Call for yours before lhc 're uiine.
Fishing tackle, lln kind that
gi U the Huh a big di pla v at tin
M itiiin D'i Store,
Thowpscn I Imronsjhhn'il P irreil
li"ck Rooi-tiis $2, il o ir foi
-ellinp $1 Mm W, At k-s. I ii ii
p;n, Oici o,
Te.l Di"l(eiiv h 'H'hieii ml.led In
I ho Slrilliick Ft r I'oree thi week
D M. Emerson has litu at the
In pitul in The Dulles the greater
pari of Ihe winter.
K. N. Long is n Pmllaiid visit
or this week.
A mistake was mix's in the
Franklin Motor Co. ad for Keb 0
and 13 iu this paper in which it
read: J2500 miles to the ret of
tire, but we omitted a cipher.
The weight of the Franklin cur is
By Herbert W. Copeland
Y iu've lead how Hen Franklin dincovered "the juio ,''
That modi-u folks put to such varied use.
Wherever he goes Hie Yankee is proud
To tell ho.v "our Ben" drew fparky from the cloud!
And wa'va a fihl to be proud of this wbrd and sage,
The greatojt of diplomats of his day and age,
. He harnessed the lighlrning, this genius of ours!
He commanded respect of Ivirp-'s t'eat powers.
But why take yo'w time his greutue'S to Ull
When cvtrjuiie kimv.B all this very Wei'?
Bui some may not know it seldom is tuld
IIo did a great thing for folk? .''owing old:
He made himself glasses for both near auJ far;
Uifocals they're called, you know what they arc.
Ha ti'st triod them out am' proved their great worth;
Aud now tiny ere uned all over the "mill.
Of c uiise we've improved tunko bettor oucs now,
But 'twas ' lioiihoinme Richard" who fust showed us how
To see neur ami far hb older we grow,
Tito top part for distance, the leaders below,
HERBERT W. COPELAND, Principal of Maupin School,
also graduate and licensed
treat cases of hypermetropia, prtsbyepia, myopia,
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 cuti'y obtained?
WHAT WE CAN SKLL YOU
$nowy and rainy weather.
March came in like a lion
whalV the lest of the old saying,
here's hoping it will prove true.
The annual meeting of the Lost
and Moulder Pitch Co. wil be
held at Smock school bcti-'e on
G. R. Kids went to The Dalles
I. T. C'Mirlright of White Salm
on moved to Sumck and will live
on I lie Morgan faun.
Jf. T. Feltch drove a four borEe
tea m to Maupin Monday returning
Tuidny with a load of Bulphur
and oilier heavy stuff.
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Morgan
exchanged ranches witb I. T.
Courtright of White Salmon, Wn.
and will move there soon. "Wa
hale to see them leave Smock but
wish them prosperity iu their. uew
Grandma Farlow is still poorly.
Hur brother and niece Mrs. Baihy
of Oregon City are here helping
care for her.
Times, J1.50 p;r year.