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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (April 16, 1920)
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL 6, NO. 27
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY. APRIL 16. 1920
THE YEAR $1.50
NEWS IMS OF LOCAL INTEREST
Base Ball at Dufur
.Maupin School News
Thi...4th grade have become
greatly interested in the writings
of Thomas Nelson Page and tbe
county library has kindly sent lis
two books by hiui, "Two Little
Confederates, and Among tbe
Mr. Uronrwald made us a flying
visit Wednesday morning. At
tempted to go to Sbaniko hut
found the roads impassable on
account of recent road work and
tbe rains. '
Gladys and Lizzie Martin are
back In school after a long absence
Picture still claim tbe attention
of tbe intermediate room.
Woodcock Bro:. now have a
big new; Republic truck with which
to deliver their mill goods.
If Pays to Par
F. M. Jory
On Sale Fridays and Saturdays:
Cold Boiled Ham
"It Pays to Pay Cash at JoryV
Ve 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 325.0 o
Can give delivery on Ford and Dodge in
about 2 weeks providing your order is in scon
Have two new Ford Trucks in stock
Can make immediate delivery
on Fordson Tractors
'Contract Prices on Overhauling
Tygh Valley, Ore.
I -vA. BAUMGARTMER f
'':''Mmpin - Oiregoia-
The Mmipin ball team won a
decisive victory over the Dufur
nine last Sunday. The boys from
the north end of the county were
out-classed from tbe first inning,
and although tbey fought bard
from start to floisb, tbe maroon
and wbite boya showed too much
speed. Tbe final score was Jl to
in favor of the Maupin tram.
A large delegation went f oin
Maupin and surrounding coun'iy.
Everybody reports having a tod
time. The schedule of game for
the future is: Sunday, April 18'h
Antfilope vs. Maupin atMaup'n;
April 25, Maupin vs. Wftfco at
Waseo; May 2, Wasco ys. Maupin
Ptemeiiiber the big game with
Antelope next Sunday.
Cash at JoryV
The windows of Shaltuck Bos,'
are this week specimens of art to
which citizens of Maupin can
point with pride. One affords an
excellent display of sporting goods
and the other shoes, with elegant
draperies and rosea and tweet peai
twined on a lattice work.
Mr and Mrs. J. Hill and sou
Dick came from Parma, Idaho,
and have leased the Hotel Kelly
fur a term of one year and will
take charge of same after supper
tonight, Mr. Kelly will devote
his time to other interests here.
'I ho show advertised to be here
hr last night was unavoidably
po-tponed on account of a storm
at Kent, rendering it impossible
for Mr. Plyler to get here with
bis apparatus. The picture will
besiiurt ii here, however, Sunday
night preceeding the banquet giv
en the ta-,e ball boys.
Dr. Dake has put iu an attrac
tive slock of second bund books.
Lovers of good literature will en
joy your ealla on the dentist frotn
0. B. Dertlii' tc is among the
successful fishermen of Maupin,
bringing in a fine big Dollivarden
Friday's Oregunian contained
the following under tbe Mnrrioge
License head: "N. E. Wbitcouib,
legal, 195 Burnside stmt, and
Mrs. -Addie Cowen, legal, 882
Calhoun street." Mr. Wbitcouib
is well known' around Wauiic and
Team, wngen and harriers ft
sile; 2 1-2 Bain wugouj $100 cukIi
for ontlit, Callie Duncan at Jake
Commercial Club will meet at
the school house tomorrow night.
Everybody be there.
Six thoroughbred Poland China
sows to let out on shares. Two
old ones, one registered, four
-H. A. Muller, Tygh
Mrs. Crandall, chairman of the
Armenian Relief committee for
Wasco is making an urgent appeal
to each school district in the
county to assist in this worthy
cauee Hasn't Maupin shirked
duty a little?
For Sale- Holetein-Jorsey milk
cow. lnis is a lust class turns
cow. Inquire of G. E. Wood,
Catholic services will be held in
Donaldson's hall at 10 a. M. Sun
day, April 18th. Father Schmidt
will be heie. All Catholics should
Cvr'a Confectionery will be
closed Sunday, April 18th, from
10 a. in. to 11:80 a. m.
Mrs. I. B. Kelly arrived home
last Friday alter a long siege in
the hospital. She will return to
The Dalles after another week for
The Portland Painlecs Dentiet
All work guaranteed. V. T
Slatten, D. D. 8., Prop., 305 Sec
ond St., The Dalles.
Drt. El wood and Dake, K. B.
to Dufur last night to attend a
big Masonic wetting.
A fewa pickagcd of flower hi'mI
arrived last week, eent by lion
N. J. Sinnott for distribution
Yours while they Int.
W- II. Staats was a lusiue s
visitor at The Dalles Tuesday and
A. C. Martin received a couple
choice young caly- s Mot day from
a dairy in the valley to add to bin
Mr. and Mrs. Wilkiton of Port
land are here to spend (he sum
mer at the L. J. Kelly home.
J.O.Thompson and son viere
over from Tygb Thursday.
m - '
Fred Wilson wbo employed In
tbe Maupin Garage a short time
has moved to Bend.
Don Stogsdill was over from his
ranch above the power plant yes
terday and announces that early
spring garden will soon be ready
J. M. Couklin came up from
Portland Wednesday to fish in the
Mr. and Mrs. Tour and Mr. and
Mrs. Willis Driver motored oyer
froni Wamio yesterday,
Are you using The Times liner.
column when. you have any thing
to setl or want to buy some article
that your neighbor ma have or
wishes to dispose of ? lf not try
a want ad in tliHt column, We are
ure that it will briny; results.
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the past few days:
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