The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930, August 20, 1920, Image 1

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Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL 6, NO 45
THE YEAR $1.50
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Wamic News
Mr. aud Mrs. Dan Palmaleer
arrived Monday from Lodi, Ca!.,
Laving spent a month in the Wil
lamette valley with relatives be
fore reaching here. They retried
here twentyone years ago and this
in their first visit since moving
away. While here they placed a
monument and head stones on the
graves of their three children.
Willis Driver was called to The
Dalles Thursday to see his brother
Ed who had a nervous breakdown
from loss of sleep and fatigue
from constant watching at the bed
bide of Mrs. Driver who is very
Beriously ill. Mrs. Elsie Camp
bell, Mrs. Neva Driver and Mrs.
Alta Millet accompanied him to
town, the former two remaining.
Mrs. Emma Chaatain and sou
Liberty and Marl New and family
went to the mountains Thursday
for huckleberries.
We have had hot weather the
past week, the temperature reach
ing 102 degrees.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Jury from
Salem are guests at the J. h.
Blanctiard home on Smock. Mrs.
Jory and Mrsi Blauchaid are
Percy Driver completed headiuri
on the Milt Morris place Saturday
Clifford and Clnybouru P.ilma
teer, llousty Johnson, GeorgH and
Fred Millor went to Ulaekumas
lake Sunday for an outing.
Wednesday Mrs. Josie Lake re
ceived a fine Jersey calf from i lie
Bert Bngley herd in The DalleB.
Trot, and Mrs. J. R. Ward re
fumed from The Dalles frulas
where they have been since Mon
day. Mrs. Ward had her tonsile
taken out.
The Lee ' Kennedy party hnvp
returned noinu from the coast.
Mrs. Lela Surrier of Grass Val
ley was a Tygh visitor , Saturday,
Bill Brown and Myrtle Britlaiu
and their families passed through
here today going to the mountains.
Willis and Tom Driver and Bud
Harvey went to The Dalles yes-
It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's
F. M. Jory
all vStaple Groceries
Fresh Meat -Fresh
Fruits & Vegetables
Butter-Nut Bread
Doughnuts and Buns
House Dresses
Woolen Goods
It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's"
Get your Fresh Bread daily at
Andy's Place
We now handle the
Butter-Krust Bread
Try our Hazelwood Ice Cream
It's Refreshing -
Home Cooked Meals
Breakfast 7 to 9 A. M. Dinner 12 to 2 p. ra.
Supper 5:30 to 8 P. M. Short Orders all Day
Fresh Meat at all Times
For Sale
191 1) Chevrolet in A-l condition
$675. Terms if desired.
Shaltuck Bros.
Many truck and wagon loads of
grain are arriving daily at the
local warehouses.
John McCorklo and daughters
the Misses Ruth aud Agnes, and
Mr. lieattie went to the mountains
Saturday for a few days' outing.
Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Morris and
laughter and Mabel Cyr and
il irry Anderson are in the moun
tains for a few days.
l.i t us take your measure for
your new fall or winter suit. The
new Imok has just arrived. R. E
Wilson Co. '
The Mitchell Fan 'Em AH will
be the S, 10, 11 of September.
Bill Ray in manager.
Dr. 11. Oftedeal from over in
Washington, has been at Tygh
Valley for several days with the
view of locating.
J. W. Far low brought several
truck loads of hogs from Smock
Guy Bntton was here from
Grass Valley Sunday.
Dave Campbell, Lie! vie Palison,
Don and Mrs. Miller went to The
Dalles today. .
Word reached here late yester
day afternoon of the ib'ith of
David Mayfield at Wiley City,
VVu. He lived here many years
and was a pleasant, cheerful dis
position man. He leaves a if
and three small children, a fat 1 i
three brothers and threo sister
and a number of other relative.
A parting dinner to a numbei
of their friends was given Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Pratt and baby Sunday
at the Eugene Pratt home. Twen
ty persons were present. Mr. and
Mrs. Pratt will leave soon fot
their homestead at Roseburg.
Saturday to ship to the Portland
B. F. Cook left Sunday for th
Mrs. W. O. Miller left Salur
day night for a coupler weeks' out
ing with her parents at their sea
side cottage.
B. D, Fraley aud family and
A. Crabtree left the first of the
week for the beach to enjoy a long
deserved vacation from strenuous
Get your fresh Watermcluus and
Mushniellons at Andy's place. I
have purchased Kelly's crop. The
first will be in Saturday, August
Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Emmons
of Yakima, arrived Friday night
and have been guests at Jory's
this week. Mrs. Emmons has a
painful bunion on her left foot
and has not been able to venture
away from the house. , .
Take a Kodak with you on your
summer vacation trip. The best
kinds for sale at the Maupin Drug
Mr. aud Mrs. John Belletiglie
have leased the Hotel Maupiu aud
will rent rooms. They have im
proved the exterior of its appear
ance by an attractive big sign and
friends of Mrs. Delletiglie know
her housekeeping will make it an
attractive place of abode.
We appreciate your needs in
this line an will do our best to
render you prompt efficient
service. Merchandise is hard
to get but our stocks are very
complete and we can fill your
"The House of Better Service"
Maupin, Oregon
Tom Mnir came down from
Prineville yesterday morning for a
few days' yisit.
Friday four of Mrs. M. Cun
ningham's cows got dowu to the
railroad track and were poisoned.
J. Hill has turned bis lease of
the Hotel Kelly to Mr. Potta from
Portland who is taking charge this
week. Mr. aud Mrs. Hill have
not decided what they will do, but
go to The Dalles from bore.
We have just received a stock of Men's,
Ladies' and Children's shoes. Come in and
look them over whether you are ready to
buy or,not.
In selecting our shoe stock we have looked
at the quality rather than price and think
we have something good for you.
Wapinitia Items
The infant sou of Mr. aud Mrs.
Roupe died here Saturday. Burial
took place Sunday in the Kelly
One of the largest forest fires ol
the season is reported to be near
Clackamas lake. R. W. Rich
mond made a trip in Sunday with
supplies for the fighters,
Among the families going to the
summit house this week are J. R
L,ewis, Chas. Lewis, N. W. Flinn,
Sam Wall and Frank McCoy.
N. G. Iledin made a trip to
Maupin Monday.
Mac Hollmau and Ben Flinn
made a trip out from the post
camn. Mrs. Hollmau returned
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Stocks of parts for Farm Machinery are very
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short and it will De a gooa pian xo oruer
your repairs for fall work NOW.
We have secured the agency for the FALL
TIRES & TUBES which are a little better
than the rest. Cords guaranteed 8000 miles,
Fabrics 6000 miles. Come in and look at the
Maupin State Bank
We Strive to Merit Approval
Do not forget we are agents for
Oliver Plows & Tractor tools
Superior Grain Drills
Winona Wagons
J. I. Case Machinery
Jumbo Auto Trucks
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