The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930, September 17, 1920, Image 1

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Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL 6. NO 49
THE YEAR $1.50
School Notes
School opened in good order
Mouday nu ruing. Nina pupils
re enrolled in tbe high school,
live of whom are freshmen, two
sophomores, one juuiour and one
senior. Twenty-one are enrolled
in the grammar grades and twen
ty-five in the primary room.
;A1I are bright, healthy loo'sing
and enthusiastic,
A. M. W,iun, Principal,
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brown went
to Prineville last week for a visit
with their son and daughter near
Turned Turtle
Late last night an -accident oc
curred on the Bakeoven grade
above the tipper bridge which hat
been the object of considerable
discussion as to how it could have
happened. A lone driver in an
uncovered Ford suffered a broken
shoulder when the machine turned
top down without leaving the
Irackof the road. Consider" le in
jury was donethecar. The injur
ed man was attended by l)r El
wood and taken to The Dalles
"It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's'
F. M. Jory
all Staple Groceries
Fresh Meat
Fresh Fruits & Vegetables
Butter-Nut Bread
Doughnuts and Buns
House Dresses
Woolen Goods
It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's"
Ice Cream at Cyr's Confect'n'y
Maupin, Ore.
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. m.
Supper 5:30 to 8 P. M. Short Orders all Day
Fresh Meat at all Times
Under New Management
(Wamic Correspondence)
Tommy Norval died yesterday
morning at the Willis Norval
home. He was 82 yearB old. He
has resided here many years and
is well known throughout the
country, being an old time resi
dent of this place and Tygh Valley
lie is the lust one of the early set
tlers here. He has been a very
strong man in spite of his advanc
ed age until the paBt year or two
since which his strength has been
failing. He leaves a sister, Mrs
Mary Jane Swift of Astoria, a son
Willie Norval, three grandsons,
Willis, Yard and Vernie, one
granddaughter, Mrs, Lillie Fraley
of The Dalles, and eight great
gruii'lchildien. The funeral was
held rtt one o'clock today in the
church, lv. G. E. Wood con
ducting the services. Many at
tended tho funeral and many
pretty 11 vera were draped about
the cask1. 1 at the church and
placed laW on the grave.
Wage war on the flies Fly
poison Sc. livihach Powder 10
and 25c. Maupin Drug Store.
Editor T. C. Queen of the Dulur
Dispatch made It is office a short
call today.
Lodge No. 209, Maupin, Oregon,
meets every Saturday night in
Donalduon's hall. Visiting mem
bers always welcome.
R. B. Bell, N. O.
B. F. Tukner, Becretury.
Wapinitia Auto Stage
Leaves Maupin, 3 p. m.
Leaves Wapinitia, 7 a- nv
Attorney at Law
Dr. T. DcLarhuc
Glasses Properly Fitted
Exclusively Optical
Rouiub 17-18 Vogt Block, oyer
Crosby's Drug store,
The Dalles, Ore
Phone Black 1111
Teacher of Piano
Mrs. H. F. Bothwell
Maupin, Oregon
Maupin State Bank
We Strive to Merit Approval
J. M. Conklin left Saturday
uight and will go to Oakland, Cal.
for the wiuter. Mr. Coukliu-'
daughter is attending college in
Wamic town property for salt
Morris Bros.
Mr, and Mrs. John Donaldson
went to The Dalles Tuesday, tak
ing their little son Iyan to the
hospital where he underwent an
operation and is reported as get
ling along nicely.
John Donaldson returned home
today. Mrs. Donaldson will re
turn in about three weeks when
Ivan is expected to be able to
leave the hospital.
Formaldehyde and Blue Slune
for Bale at the Maupin Drug Store.
Claud Wilson returned home
Wednesday from Portland where
he went for attention for one of
his eyes in which a blood vessel
had biirsted.
For sale One team of mares 8
years old; will break good leaders,
weight about 1300 poundB. Inj
quire at Times.
J. L, Blauchard of Smock has
purchased a Ford truck of tin
Crescent Garage and will hence
forth make quick work of deliver
ing his produce to market. '
Cheap Watches the kind you
pay 13.75 for at other places,
f 2 25 at Maupin Drug Store.
About all the vacant houses in
towu are now occupied and it It
likely there will deman for more
than Maupin at present affords.
Beautiful "Dew Drop Inn" in
the heart of the 1 ygh Valley Fair
grounds being sacrificed. Morris
Bros., Maupin,
John Couroy and Edward Die-
orow made a trip to tbe rcoun.
laius Friday taking supplies foi
ihe sheep camps, returning Mou
day iiinming.
Mrs. J. L. Kelly has been out
to the liirru from Portland for o
few days' visit.
Stop at tbe Crescent Garage for
Free air, information, cani
grounds, while at the T)gh Valley
A big dance in Shattui kV bull
the 251b.
Tuesday morning Woodiucl
Uros. shipped 1100 pounds el
flour via the U. S. route to an
inland place south of here.
The Oregouiau for calo daily ul
Cyr's Coufectiouory.
Mr. ami Mrs. t. 1J. Kelly an
moving to Maupin, lhey art
contemplating starting a second
hand Blur, and already have
choice stock of goodB j4led up on
the lot adjoining tbeui. Neigh
bors wishing to invest should set
them at ones.
We can make delivery on Ford
and can haudle a few trade ins.-
llCrescuiit Oarage.
The E. H. Miller propcily al
the foot of Tygb grade wae sold to
Joseph Jamison from Bend recent
ly through tho agency of Mori it
Bros, real estate.
Lot ua take your measure foi
your new winter suit wbihi ll
assortment is compmplete. K. E
Wilson Co.
This section experienced con
siderable raiu fall during the time
between Saturday night and Tuts
day morning.
The old lliverview hotel ul
Maupin for sale by Murrin Bros
Mr. and Mrs. Fowler were call
I era from tbe Wamic lecliou Wed
Jolly Meeting
Mother Morris was visittd by
four of her daughters last week at
the farm home of II. L. Morris
where she is now residing. Mrs.
Callie Bigbee, Mrs. Marcia Wood
ruff, Mr.'. Hat tie Davidson and
Mrs. Mary young. The daughters
Were escorted by Mr. Geoigo
WoiidrufT who says that eyen if
Mrs. Bighi'e his won the prize
over all in Portland as a talker
that in his judgement tin prizd
should attar led to the voin iresl
laughter in a fair contest,
Wapinitia Items
A fine raiu fell hero Monduy,
wetting the ground down for sev
era! inches. Farmers are seeding
and working the ground prepara
toiy to seeding.
Mrs. Lewis Walters is quite sick
a trained nurse is cariug for her.
Mrs. Walters contracted measles
some limo ago aud suffered are-
lapse. She is reported to be im
proving at preseut.
Rev,, J. I. Tarker left here Tues
day to attend the annual confer
once which convenes in Poitland
(to last pag1?)
At Last A Real Phonograph
No needles to change
Records last indefinitely
Plays any make of Record.
"Ears that have been distraught
by the glare of "talking ma
chines" have welcomed the jewel
ed music of the rathe."
Costs no more than the
ordinary Phonograph
Terny if Desired
Pat he Records in Stock
Dufur, Oregon
Offers instruction in college preparatory courses,
domestic science, vocational training, and is the
Only High School in Wasco County
offering instfuction in Agriculture,
Horticulture, Animal Husbandry,
and allied subjects
Fall Term commences, Monday, September 13th, 1920
For further information
Write or communicate with Principal G. C. Scringer,
Dufur, Oregon
Coming vSept. 24th
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