The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930, March 19, 1920, Image 1

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Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
MAUFIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY. OREGON. FRIDAY. MARCH 19,1920
THE YEAR $1.50
VOL 6, NO, 23
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Base Ball!
There will be a ball game be
tween Tygh Valley aud Maupit)
TeauiB Sunday, Match 21, and
between Dnfur and Maupin Teams
Match 28th, both games played
on Maupin ground. Everybody
eouie and see the boys perform.
A League is being formed be
tween ball teams from The Dalles,
Hood River, Dufur, GraeB Valley,
Wasco and Maupin. Lfnguc
games will start let or 2ud Sun
day in April. Watch this paper
for announcements.
Earl and Raymond Crabtree
bought the 0. B. Dorthick place
of II E. Wruy and this week wilb
their father moved there and are
commencing Fpring work. Mr.
Wray moved bis family to The
Dalles and will look for a ne.w
location.
'It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's'
F, M. Jory
On Sale Fridays and Saturdays:
Fresh Hamburger
Pork Sausage
Bologna Sausage
Cold Boiled Ham
GROCERIES
House Dresses
Woolen Goods
"It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's"
Dr. It G Bake
DENTIST
OFFICE HOURS
3 A. Li to S P. M.
Wapiniiia Items
Ten inches of enow greeted the
people of I'ino Grove Tueday
morning, about one inch here aiid
on below Wapiniiia three or four
miles none was In he been and
farming was going on. A hard
tsaet.niud has been" blowing here
for two dayn, but the storm came
from the west, and the wind seem
ed to it near the timber edge. .
John Boweu'waa called to Port
land Sunday by the State Acci
dent commission.
M. 0- Wilerton of the Wasco
Sherman Motor Co. of The Dalles
viiited this section this week, fell
ing three beautiful Paige cars, B
L. Foreman and F. M. Confer
e.iuh getting a .Sport 6 55, and 0.
1) Bothwell a 5j)assenger 6 12.
Mrs. Ward and daughter are
slopping at the Dodge home where
Mih. Ward is chief cook.
Geo. Oabom and Charley Lewis
have tihitihed gxing th-e street in
Wapiniiia. It Is now graveled
ang tiif mud there will be a thing
i of the push.
A negro minstiel etitei tauin tut
was given hy the school Friday
night in connection, with a nie
socials-' The nle of the pies neUid
$45.45 which will be ueed to help
i tandardize the lower grades. A
large crowd wan nretent and all
agreed it was 'Mime show'.
Considerable farming is being
done ou tte lower end of the Fl; t
and several aie seedii g.
Mr. and Mrs Joe (iiabain ppei t
several days in Portland last week
returning home Saturday.
Mrs. Lizzie Bowen is employed
at the Virgil Maylield home.
G E Wood ejient last rek on
hia farm here, helping with i ho
plowing.
Mrs. M;Keo was very pkk l,i t
week, Dr. IUwood attended her.
Local Items
Ford Dodge
CRESCENT GARAGE Buys:
1 5 Passenger Ford, new tires, Demountable
rims, tpare tire and rim, tire carrier, spot
light, 1919 model.
1 5 Passenger Ford, just ove hauled and
painted, fine shape, 1917 model.
1 Dodge Bros. Touring, run 6000 miles, in
fine shape, New tires.
1 1919 Maxwell Touring only run a few
miles and you can't tell it from a new car.
These cars are all in first class condition
Write or call for prices. Terms.
Overhauling, Repairing Livery Day or Night
CRESCENT GARAGE
Tygh Valley, Ore.
Chandler Republic Trucks
A. L. Daniels was down from to raise pululoes this year.
.Sunflower Flat aud spent a I my
lay h here last week.
Mis Lois Batty, a native dnugb
tcr of this place and well known
here was recently nianitd to M
F. Vanlanen of Salem. Mr. and
Mrs. Vanlanen will make their
homo at flillsboro. The groom is
a stranger here, but everyone in
this section knows Lois, and all
wish to extend congratulations.
Alfred Weberg recently imi
chafed the White ranch in Kelly
gulch.
Beef for Sale at Cyr's Confe'c
tionory NOW.
Watches aud Jewelry. Maupin
Drug Store.
A basket social at White River
school house Ibe 27lb.
Several small farms wanted a!
once. George I, Moiris.
there is to bo a dauco here the
'21 ih of this mouth.
Houses and Iota for sale i:i
Maupin. George L. Morris.
Frances Molt went to l'he U illtin
Tuesday for medical treatment.
Ham and Eggs, and Sandwiches
and Coffee at Cyt'a Coufecliouery.
Spalding Base ltall goods.--Maupin
Drug Store.
O. L, Taquet loft Thursday
morning for Kiddle, Oregon- to
look at some land.
Do you want to sell ? We have
buyers for farms. Harvey L. and
3eorge L. Morris.
L. B. Kelly was a Dalles visitor
Sunday. Mrs, Kelly is expected
liouie soon.
A. Locke and son Fail were
down from Nena Saturday and
Sunday,
Mrs. S'U'l'bi Kistner formerly of
Walla Walla has notified this of
fice to change her paper to Tygh.
Lei us figure with you oft your
painting aud wall papering.
Maupin Drug Store.
Atty. Baumgartner had, some
lumber hauled Wednesday for an
addition to his building.
J. II. Chastdu ia circulating
the Democratic petition for the
nomination , of Ioover ' for -the
next president.
Mrs. Ditsbrow ou upper Smock
reported eight inches of snow ou
the ground there early Tuesday
morning.
Very fining like weather til
Maupin and gardening is being
commenced. Weaieall resolved
were servid and the usual youf
occasion of a birthday party was
one to be remembered.
B K.
New Subscribers
The following renewed their
subscription to the Times during
Turner is preparing for a
cement foundation and basement ; the pagt few days.
lor uis cunning 10 oe ereeieuoni T K Morgensen
tils properly at ins nena oi the
road below the school house. Mr.
Turner Bays he intends to have a
basement if nothing else. Levi
Dyer is hauling ihe gravel.
Don Yeck aud Miss Selleck week
end guests at The Dalles and Boyd
G. C. Allen
I. N. Crablree
Cr.-o. Woodruff
Feu Batty
Mrs. Azalia Bou'e
Wasco-Sherman Motor Co.
Dalles Public Library
Quality Speaks for Itself
WE OFFER YOU
GOODYEAR
MONOGRAM
TIRES
OILS
RACINE
MOBOLOIL
COLUMBIA BATTERIES STORAGE
New and Rental Batteries
for any make of car. We
furnish you a battery while
your own Is charging1.
ALEMITE
The wonderful New Lubricating
System for Oiling Cars
Pearl Oil for Tractors 19c
Transmission and Cup Grease
SHATTUCK BROS.
The House of Better Service
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American Legion
Last Saturday evening March
13, the Maupin fost No. 73 of the
American Legion held the first of
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a aeries ot uauces. i tie uai.es
orchestra furnished splendid music
A largo crowd was in attend
ance ana a moot euioyau.e nine
was bad by all. Many partit e
coming from Tygh Valley, Wanrc
Dufur, Wapiniula and Shanilio
were present.
The proceeds from the dunce
are to be used for the bei.efit of
the cx-uldier3 of the American
Legion.
We, the undersigned committee,
wish to thank those who attended
lor their genet otis help and cooperation..
Ceo. L. Morris
Gus. I. Lertlfick
W. W. Muir
A, E. Mayhew
For sain- 21 head ot cattle.
Write or see lleo oborn, Wapini
iia, Ore.
We have a :uv Case Tractor
.Hid plo.v all equipped ready to
commi'iice plowing :it anytime.
VV. H. SiaatH & t.
Mrp. L. S. Slovall entertained
last evening at her home on Filth
street in honor of bee daughter
Lorrain who was thirteen years
old. Those present were Winifred
Kiiser, Olive Turner, and iheir
mothers, and Vera 'Tuiiisun and
Mrs. L. V. Doty. Rel'reshiiu ni
Automobile and Gas Engine Repairing
Tires, Tubes and Accessories
Gasoline, Oils Greases
Agents for Ford, Dodge,
Republic Truck, and Gas
Tractors and Threshers
Also Auoto Livery Day or Night
f-Ao baumgartner"!
LAWYER
For Sale
MAUPIN G A FLA G E
WHAT VVK CAN SELL YOU
FORD & MAXWELL CARS
and help you get any make you want
We recharge your batteries and examine them
GASOLINE, DISTILLATE, COAL, OIL, OIL & GREASES
qp Goodrich, Diamond, Goodyear, and the best
1 irC5S service we can give you on any line that is in
a r . a . . 1 1
our power to do so we want your ousmess mrgc orsmaii,
We appreciate it. We are out for this year's business and we
want to help you to get your needs and it helps us to keep what
you need.
Die type I'olaud Chiua Boar.
Registered. Will sell right oh I
have no use for him. See him if
you waut a good ttuiiual. Paoeie
transferred to purchaser.
J. M. McCorkle, Maupin, ore.
OUR BANKING FACILITIES ENABLE US TO GIVE OUR
PATRONS THE SAME BENEFITS AND PRIVILEDGES AS ARE .
ENJOYED BY THE PATRONS OF MOST OF THE LARGEST BANS
IN THE COUNTRY.
WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT, LARGE OR SMALL.
BANKING HOURS: EIGHT A. M. TO FOUR P. M.
MAUPIN STATE BANK
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