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THE MAUPIN 1
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL t, NO. 25
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY. OREGON. FRIDAY. APRIL 2. 1920
THE YEAR $1.50
Harvey Vanderpool, younger
Bon of W. C. Vanderpool o( Nampa
Idaho, passed away at his home
there a week ago Wednesday and
was brought to Dufur and laid
beside his mother in tlie family
lot last Friday. Harvey had been
a victim of creeping paralysis
since he was a small child and his
death i was expected. He was
about 18 years of age and had
made many friends everywhere he
lived With his kind and patient
Next Sunday, April 4lb will be
a big day for Maupin. One of
the best ball games of the season
is to be played on the local held.
The Dufur fans will be over with
the strongest bunch of players
they have ever had on the field.
It promises to be interesting from
the record of games in th past
years has been very well divided.
Last year two games were played
betweeu the two teams, Maupin
winning one and Dufur one. The
"It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory
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F. M. Jory
On Sale Fridays and Saturdays:
J Pork Sausage
Cold Boiled Ham
"It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's"
Dr. H. C Dak
OFFICE HOURS? 9 A.
to P. ti.
Maupin team is handicapped as
'he second baseman, Arthur Mor
ris will be out on account of sick
tiess. But bo.vever, wilh- plenty
of reserve men on tne strinc we
uqpect to let the Dufur lads know
they have been in a real ball game
Come out aud see what the boys.
have to offer. The game will be
called at 2:80 p. in. aud admission
25 and 85 cents.
Maupin School News
1 hoso averaging 90 or above
for the month of March: Olive
Turner, 91; Mattie Whitlock, 91.5
Lorraine Stovall 90 5; Arthur
Philmlee, 91; Winifrred Kaiser,
The primary pupils making 100
in spelling the last month were:
Ivan Donaldson, Harold Wbuite,
Aliene Green, Dorris Kelly, Ella
and Blanche Hammond, Crystal
Stun i t, Florence Philmlee, Nellie
VV hi I luck.
Much interest is beiug shown
by both primary and intermediate
rooms in the study and framing of
famous pictures. It the interest
does not abate we shall soon have
quite an art exhibit. Saud table
.stories lately illustrated are the
"Three Beurs. ' and "The Little
Mrs. Whuite visited her son's
room for a few minutes Wednes
Mrs. Buchanoii spent last Wed
nesday at Madras. Her work was
cared for by Prof. Copeland in her
Several pupils have bu n on the
sick list this week, Crystal Stuart,
Helen Philmlee and Melvin Jory
are still absent.
evening to fee Calvin McCotkle
who was quite sick.
The mail time has changwl
here, Mr. Roberts now remaining
over uight here and makes con
nection with the morning train at
Maupin and retura after the after
uoon train arrives there.
J. I. West has purchased a new
John Williams of Maupin haul
ed machinery for liartuian's last
tin weather for this section. Noth
ing like it before.
Watches and Jewelry. Maupiu
Drug Store. -
Joe Chaslain and Sam Bennett
were over from Wamio ycsteiilay.
Tractor outfit complete with a
2-11 Oliver gang plow. . Snip if
takon at OMce. M. H. Hertzler
on the former G. R; Crofoot farm,
We have a few 15 gallon bbls. of Medium
Cylinder oil left at carload rate prices.
1 5 passenger Maxwell 25o.oo
1 Ford runabout with truck body on just
thoroughly overhauled 325.QO
Can give delivery on Ford and Dodge in
about 2 weeks providing your order is in soon
Have two new Ford Trucks in stock
Can make immediate delivery
on Fordson Tractors
Contract Prices on Oyerhauling
, Tygh Valley, Ore.
Milk cow for sale.Chas.- II.
M. Sigman was over from Dufur
The Crescent Garage sold a Ford
runabout to Don Miller of Wamic
the other day.
Two Merino bucks taken up.
Owuer may have by calling at
Win. Kramer's and paying bill.
Tom Muir left Friday for his
homi stead near Prinev 1 e. Mip.
L. Miller is assisting at Jury's
during his absence.
Do you want to sell? We have
buyers for farms. Harvey L. aud
George L. MorrU.
Stop That Dirty Work! Over Half the
Cars in America
We've got them for
You know how you hate to fill
up the grense cups on your car-
keep putting it off from day to Use Clincher Tires
day, week to week, until your Size 30x3 1-2-31x1
car fairly 'screams for grease.
You can install an Alemite Sys
tem in the time it ordii.arily Fords-MAXWELLS-Chevrolet
takes to ''grease her up" once, and we're specializing on tire
and ever afterwards its a 5 mm- service to the owners of these
ute job to grease, you car and light cars. We're maintaining
grease it right. 500 pounds complete stocks of Goodyears in
pressure on your shackle bolt the smooto, antiskid, and the
grease connections in five sec- All-Weather treads,
onds with the Alemite "gun" ..,. . vnnr . . . . nf
the price you' been accustomed
who to pay for ordinary tires.
For all makes of cars
'Ask the following users
have installed Alemite:
Grover Slusher Buick
F. C. Butler-Oldsmobile
Ray Kaylor Oldsmobile
W. I. Driver'-Chevrolet
A E. Mayhew Chevrolet
E. A. Mavhew-Mitchell
J. R Flominir Velif?
Ogden Elwood who is home for (Also oirEngine GanK plow)
C F. Fargher Hudson
0. J. Williams-Master Truck
Jake Davidson- Studebaker
I - .'A. BAUMGAETMER
I . Mapk - Oregon j
Spring will soon be hero, "n
Mr. Burusde and family arrived
from Portland Sunday and moved
into the cook house at the II edit)
mill at Pine Grove where they
will be employed.
A Boy Scout troupe was organ
ized here Saturday with Everett
Richmond as Scout Master. Seyen
boys are eurulkd bo far.
Mi', and Mrs. Joe O'Brien re
ceived their new Chevrolet car tho
first of the week.
Last Sunday being palm Sun
day the day was very appropriate
ly observed at the church here.
Rev. Turker delivered a very
stirriug appeal to the young folks
and about ten of the boys and
girls made the great decision.
Mrs. W. O. Wilson is on ti e
sick lint this week.
Relatiyes here receiyed woid
last week that a little sod had
arrived at the home of Mr, nd
Mrs. Herbert Lewis near Burns.
Couuty Commissioner Clausen
and Engineer Lewis were out from
The Dalles last week looking after
Mr. and Mia. N. W. FHnu ac
companied by Mrs. Ivy Sharpe
and Ford visited at the Chester
Biittain borne in Wamic Friday.
N, G. Hedin is spending this
week iu Portland.
Easter exercises will he held at
the church Sunday. Everybody
Lambing commenced at the
Abbott ranch the first of the week
E. A. Cyr aud (Jeue Barzee
were up from Mauplo Tuesday
looking after business affairs.
The past week has been one of
continuous wind, rain and snow,
the worst March for years eo old
Mr. aud Mrs. Calvin McCorkle
were visitors at The Dalles last
Dr, E'wood whs called Tuesday
his spring vacatiou from the U of
O. visited his father here this week
Let us figure with you on your
painting aud wall papering.
Maupiu Drug Store.
J. L. Kelly took his big new
tractor and plow home from here
Tuesday. W. II. Staats went up
to the Kelly farm also, taking the
smaller tractor outfit up to make
demonstration wilh it. The trac
tor and gang plows are decidedly
replacing the horses aud the
We have a new Case Tractor
and plow all equipped ready to
commence plowing at any time.
W. It. Staats & Cn.
Mrs. K. A. Mayhew went to tho
limne of her brother, S. S. Fraluy
of Kingaley Hundny to remain a
couple weeke, M'8, Fiah'y is
euffeiing with eczi ma.
Ilaui and Eggs, imd Sandwiches
and Coll'ee at Cyt'a C'jtifwctioiiery.
J, W, Ayres was iit satisfied
with the progress Lis niulrs were
uinking wilh plowing and con
cluded he could break up bin
cornet of the eartb much faster
witb a Fordson tractor w bird he
purchased of th Crescent Ganige
The cortcepoiieuls have toid ! i
Come in and look them over.
Here's a Little
Record of Our Own
Three years as dealers in Good
year tires and only three adjust
ments in that time. Hundreds
of tires sold and practically no
adjustments to make.
Other sizes in Fabric and Cord
Tires in Stock"
SHATTUCK BROS., DISTRIBUTORS
Automobile and Gas Engine Repairing B
Tires, Tubes and Accessories
Gasoline, Oils Greases
Agents for Ford, Dodg'e,
Republic Truck, and Gas
Tractors and Threshers
Also Auoto Livery Day or Night
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WHAT V.T, CAN SMX YOU
FORD & MAXWELL CARS
and Help you get any iiiaKo you want
We recharge your batteries an! examine them
GASOLINE, DISTILLATE, COAL OSL, OIL & GREASES
qp Goodrich, Diamond, Goodyear, and the best
lll6SS service we can give you on any line that is in
our power to do so. We want your business laro or small.
We appreciate it. We are out for this year's business and we
want to help you to get ycur needs and it helps us to keep what
you need. 1
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, L ARGE OR SMALL.
BANKING HOURS: EIGHT A. M. TO FOUR P. M..
MAUPIN STATE BANK