The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930, September 17, 1920, Image 5

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    New goods are arriving daily and we
are rapidly placing ourselves in a
position to supply your needs
At Right Prices
Come in get acquainted with us and
our method of handling your business
see what we have. It is always a
pleasure to quote you our prices.
Here are a few of our exclusive lines:
Superior Grain Drills
Oliver Plows
Winona Wagons
J. I. Case Tractors
Jumbo Auto Trucks
Brunswick Phonographs & Records
Master Made Shoes
Fall Tires & Tubes
Log Cabin "Holsum" Bread
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Wamic News
Mrs. W. J. I.eshey anJ little
daughter accompanied her brother
G. K. Wood, home from Zilla,
Wu. laHt week
Mrs.. Mary I'ratt received a let
ter last week from her son Carl,
Baying they had arrived at their
destination after spending two
nights at CreiBwell.
Tom Swift and family were over
from Dufur laBl week visiting Mrs
Zene WatkitiB at Tygh.
Beecham WalkitiB aud his two
daughters Violet and Bessie lft
fygh Thursday, beina on their
way to Salt Luke City, Utah,
They were joined at The Dalles by
two of Mr. Watkin's sons, Mrs.
MoCown keeping the youngest one
Charles. The girls spent a montb
at Tygh with Mrs. Watkiue.
Citizens of Tygh had the pleas
ure of seeing an aeroplane in the
sky Thursday a week ago.
Henry Miller completed moving
to the White River plant. He
occupies the Grover Webb house.
Ben Munger and family were
here last week from upper Fifteen
Mile creek visiting Mrs. Hunger's
mother, Mrs. Martha Dean. Mr.
Munger rented the Henty Miller
house and moved here Sunday
He sold his place on Fifteen Milf.
Miss Flora Carr and Mies M.
Winning were in Tygh Friday
from The Dalles looking after the
library. Mrs. F. L. Beunett
brought them out from town.
Judge A. S. Beouet, well lemeii)
bered here as Alfred Bennett, was
out to Tygh Thursday, remaining
over night. While there he wat
attracted to the swimming holet
and good fishing places in tht
creek he used to enjoy when a boy.
M. 0. WilkiiiB of The Dalle.--
visited in Tygh last week.
frof, J. R. Ward and Winston
Lake returned from the mountain
berry patches Tuesday, the lattei
was lost for a while one day but
managed to find his way back to
Miss Kate McKay, aunt of tin
kle Dr. Shannon, of Tygh bat
gone to Belfast, Ireland, to visit
the doctor's mother.
Claud Wing bad a break down
to his wagon Thursday while haul
ing wheat to Sherar.
Andy McCabe bus purchased the
lacksuiitu shop in Tygh. He
lives in (he Grandpa McCorkle
Zetius Watkins killed a big bear
near htevenson, Wu., recently.
The har whs 4 1 2 feet high, 9 1-2
feet loi.g, and weighed nearly six
hundred pounds, at least Ibis is
the size of the as we re
member the dimentioiH.
Mis. C. C. Con ley and aou
Elmer were vlsitine at th Toh
Pmtect it NOW with
Nrt Vntun ttr bnild'nff, veffardless of how well
iirteWf triWand the elements,
without the protection of good paint
Sunshine, rain, snow, ice and wind; all have their
harmful effects in ons form or another.
ill a u j vw
at r uetures
are in bet
ter condi
tion than
c o m p ara
tively new
ones be
cause they
have been
p r e erved
through the
ess of good
Every brushful of FULLER Paint applied to
your houee or building means not only protection
against destructive elements, but keeps up ap
pearances as well. .,11.
FULLER Paint eaves a great deal more than It
costs 71 years of FULLER Paint-making Ex
perience has established a high standard of
quality. .
Take a few minutes and make a survey or yo'ir
house or building. And remember there s a
FULLER Paint or other Product for everything
that needs preserving or beautifying.
Look Up a r ueaier in iviu
Northwest Branches at
Portland, Seattle, Tacoma,
Spokane, twise.
Kan a Kan
Get your Fresh Salmon
for canning and salting
at ANDY'S, 10 and 15cts per lb
Get your orders in early, the
season lasts only three weeks
Eat what you can and what you
can't you can can
Direct from the Fisherman
Chastain home from Tygh Satur.
Miss Tearl Baker arrived from
The Dalles Saturday, remaining
over night with Miss Crystal Pratt
She took up school today in the
Pine Grove district.
Vernie Norval and Charley Lake
went to The Dalles Saturday.
The former returned the sanie day
accompanied by Miss M- K. Comp
ter) of Portland.
Charley Lake has secured a
position at the A. M. Williams Co.
ttore in The Dallesr
J. R. Ward and Miss M. K.
Comptou took up school here today
Tygh opened their school last
Joe Muller of Tygh was here
J. R. and W. E. Woodcock left
yesterday for a hunting trip near
Prineville. II. F, Woodcock of
The Dalles accompanied them
roin Mau pi n.
Rev. G. E. Wood preached his
farewell sermon here yesterday.
He will go to Portland tomorrow
to attend conlerenie. A solo by
Mrs. Alia Miller aud short speech
js by Frank Driver and Frunk
Morrow followc the sermon. A
litiner was giyen in the church.
Assistant Forest Supervisor C.
Naal and a companion were here
Snuday from Portland.
Ted Seufert went to The Dalles
yesterday to meet Mrs. Sfufurt
anu three children who were re
turning from Seaview, Wn,
Heavy raius are falling here
today. The roas are very muddy.
Roy Morris of Forest Grove iB
visiting his little daughter Eunice
nt the Vince Steers home in Tygh.
Mrs, L. B. Kelly presented the
rimes last evening with a boquet
of four different varieties of choice
roses with asparagus fern. The
roses are still blooming prolifically
at their farm home on the flat.
Torn Ashb'y of lower Tygh if
hauling the lumber for an eight
room houee on his farm.
Report of the Condition of the
Maupin State Bank
No. 224
at Maupin, in the state of Ore
gon, at the close of business
September 8th, 1920
Loans and discounts $262,102.95
Overdrafts, secured and
unsecured 379 87
Bonds and warrants 13,242-73
Banking house 2,000-00
Furniture and fixtures 2,400.00
Due from approved re
serve banks 32,833 24
Checks and other cash
items 209-70
Cash on hand 10,773-62
Total 323 942 11
Capital stock paid in $ 20,000.00
Surplus fund 6,000-00
Undivided profits 2,599.70
Dividends unpaid 140.00
Individual deposits sub
ject to check 205,06-1.55
Cashier checks out
standing 11,469-92
Time and Savings De
posits 14,849.92
Notes and bills redis-
counted 40,164.90
Bills payable for money
borrowed 25,000.00
Reserved for interest and
taxes 171.12
Total 323,942.11
State of Oregon, I
County of Wasco ) 88
I, F. D. Stuart, Cashier of
the above named bank, do solemn
ly swear that the above statement
is true to the best of my knowl
edge and belief.
F. D. Stuart, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to be
fore me, this 13th day of Sept
ember. 1920.
Alvis Baumgartner, Notary
My commission expires May
21, 1921.
Correct Attest:
L. C. Henneghan
J. M. Conklin
The Red Cross Home Nursing
class took their examination Tues
day night and expect to receive
their returns in about two weeks.
Miss Counnihan who has been in
charge of the cluss will go goon to
Boise, Idaho,
When at the Tygh Valley Fair
remember you can get all the
gas you want, oils, tires and all
auto supplies. Wc have a complete
line at
Crescent Garage
Autos for hire
Remember the Fair dates
September 28, 29, 30
"Something Doing all the Time"