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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (May 11, 1922)
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL 8, NO. 31
MAUPIN, SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY. OREGON. THURSDAY. MAY 11, 1922
THE YEAR $1.50
In spite of the wind the ball
game Sunday, wa3 witnessed by
a large crowd. Maupin won. 8
to 2 over Dufur.
The ball game at Tygh Valley
next Sunday will be the last of
the season for that high school
team, i If Tygh wins it will make
them champions of high school
teams for three counties.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Miller
went to Portland the first of last
week,- returning home Sunday
evening, after a davs fishing at
Tuscan. Mr. Millers uncle and
wife accompained them.
Remember this is the time of
the year to paint your buildings.
We've got the Best paint at the
Right price.-Maupin Drug Store.
Mrs. Bigbee, club leader for
the county is calling on the
schools of this section his week.
A new oil station has been es
tablished at Tygh Valley.
Evangelistic Services at Wapi
nitia continues with good results
Hear Mr. Tiffany Friday eve
ning, subject: The Second Com
ing. There will be no meeting
Saturday evening, but two ser
vices on Sunday the 14th at 11
A. M- and 8 P. M. Special ser
vices will close Sunday evening.
Road work is progressing fast.
Hollister McCoy was taken to
Dufur for medidal treatment on
Mrs. D. Woodside is still con
fined to her bed-
Mrs. Julia Endersby has pur
chased a new Chevolet.
Mr. Olsen has returned :ul
again taken over the black-smith
shop. His family will reside in
the Busic House.
Ed Bernard moved his .family
to Wapinitia Monday.
Hartman's have sold their saw
mill to Mr. Linn who will soon
begin to operate the same.
The many friends of Jess
Lewis will be glad to know he is
greatly improved in health.
Miss Ethel Ledford has return
ed to her home on Smock.
Ishom West was a Maupin visi
The Richmond's of Maupin,
spent Sunday at the church, Mrs
Walter and daughter Naomi, ac
Mrs. 0. P. Webergand daugh
ters and Mrs. R. W. McCorkle,
were also up from Maupin Sun
day to attend the meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Morris
from The Dalles were over night
quests recently with their daugh
ter, Mrs. C. J. McCqrkle.'
Stockmen of thi3 section turn
ed their cattle on the hills Sun
day and. Monday.
Considerable blasting is being
done on the ditch lately-
Helen Philmlee had a birthday
piii ty last Sunday.
VV. C. Bolton
Candidate for Representative in
the State Legislature from the
12th district comprising Wasco
If nominated and elected I will
support sueh legislation as will
in my judgment benefit the
district and state. I beleive that
taxes can, by sane Legislation
be reduced, and equalized, but
will oppose any attempt to impair
the efficiency of our Public School
system any so called Frills can
be remidied locally. I will use
my effort to have The Dalles
California Highway completed
as fast as possible to the end
that our county road funds may
be used in building our skip roads
Have no special interest to serve
Quite a crowd went went to
Columbia Hall near Boyd to the
Farmers Union meeting held
there yesterday, among thorn
A NEW MAN AND A NEW DEAL
WHY WE ARE FIGHTING FOR GEORGE A. WHITE FOR
He STAMDS FOR Immediate action in cutting down
the over head cost of state goverment at least
$1,000,000 00 at the next legislative session.
' He stands for immediate action in taking All The
BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, AND SCATTERED FUNG
HONS OF GONERMENT that have been springing up
for the past quarter of a century, and welding them all
INCLUDING the public service commission, into NOT
MORE THAN TEN RESPONSIBLE AND EFFICIENT
DEPARTMENTS accountable to the Govenor who is
responsible to the people.
The state of Washington did this last year, clearing
up the governmental debris of thirty , years, and the
saving to date has been more than $4,000,000.00.
HE will bettle to a finish against the OWNERSHIP
OR LEASING of our lands TO THE JAPANESE OR
HE OPPOSES adding to the state's crushing bonded
indebtedness at SPECIAL ELECTIONS.
HIS RECORD as an executive GUARANTEES ACT
ION on the pledges in his platform.
An Incident of his good faith in rigid econcmy in
public affairs: He had $140,000 00 of the public's mon
ey for use in mobilizing the state's manpow er and re
sources for the World War in 1917. In those days
when wild extravagance was the rule the country over
he put OREGON FIRST of all states in every emergency
and when the jqb was done five months later instead of
asking a deficiency appropriation He TURNED OVER
$90,000.00 IN UNEXPENDED BALANCE. Oregon's
per capita cost for the state var census and draft or
ganization in C'K'&ron before he volunteered for overseas
service was the lowest of any state in the Union,
Upon resuming hia duties as a public official after
the war he declared Hm Naval Militia, 83 it then exist'
ed, an unwarranted expenditure of the taxpayers' mon
ey, disbanded it at once end TURNED ITS APPROPRI
ATlONS BACK TO THE IVfATE.
HE HAS NEVER CREATED A DEFICIENCY and
last year operated the BtateV Military Department for
$79,975, an amount which is lets than the um appropri
ated for the year, and in letum brought into the state
$199,052.00 in federal funds for distribution among
2400 members of the Natlnonal (JauaJ of Oregon.
George A, White is a candidate for Governor on the
urgent demand of thousands of Oregon's best (ilizens
throughout the state. He is fearless of, and un utter
ed by, trusts, corporations, or any inmiencis ad eise
t the interest of all the people.
A Vote for White 'for Governor Is YOUR ONLY CHANCE for a
NEW DEAL, a SQUARE DEAL, ami an ECONOMICAL REOR
GANIZATION of the GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS of the STATE
WHITE FOR GOVERNOR CLUBS GEORGE E. IIALVORSEN, State Secretary
Enrolled Membership in White for Governor Clubs April 25 Was 12,600
Work on the new bank build
ing is progressing'quite rapidly.
For Sale-Red Polled B..11
W. F. Pruitt.
Rev. Homer C. Williams will
commence special meetings in
the Free Methodist church Sun
day May 14.
Those having libaary books
please bring or send them in by
May 15, as I have to send them
to The Dalles Tuesday. '-Mrs.
Lottie Donaldson, Librarian.
White River is very high at
Seven Years in The Dalles
Until June lite lbt we will make the following
prices on your Dental Work:
Uridge work, per tooth $ 6.00
Gold Crowns G.00
Painless Extraction 1.00
Full Set of Teeth (upper and lower) 40.00
This includes extracting
Fillings in proportion
This work is all guaranteed and is first class
in every respect.
This offer is not good after June 1st
W. T. SLATTEN, I). D. S., Proprietor
305 Second St., The Dalles, Ore.
Phone Main 482J
vStop at Andy's
Refresh yourself with an Ice Cream Soda
This season we are going1 in for the best line of
money can buy
Ice Cream and Soft Drinks of all kinds
Ltinch Goods and Restaurant i
Cigars, Tobacco, Pool Hall in connection
Florence Oil Stoves
The vSafe Stove
The Clean Stove
The Economical vStove
THE STOVE YOU WON'T REGRET
IN Stock: 2, 3, 4 and 5 burner, with and without high shelf
One 5-burner, slighly damaged, at $25 00
Let us demonstrate
"MORE HEAT LESS CARE"
were Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mc
Corkle, Mr- and Mrs. J. McCorkle
Mr. Crabtree, and Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Batty and family They re
port a large crowd, a fine time
and a sumptoua dinner.
G. L. Harpham purchased the
two lots opposite Shattuck Bros,
Tl 1.1 1 . , ...
M.-4 irie leceni bioini wnicu appeal
ed m the form of rain and snow
in Wpstpi'ii and Rriiirhpin Orptrnn
has been only a lot of wind and
M nttie ram in this section, garden
are doing fine here.
j! For Sale 10 Steers, yearlings
. ..i.i. ti
muu inu yem uius, see inem ai
my place on Ridgeway Flat if in
terested. Frank Kessler.
F. D. Stuart and George McDon
i I aid motored toShaniko Tuesday
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Keeping' your capital in your
.community; thereby benefiting
each individual and the com
munity at large.
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vice consistent with lawful, busi
ness like banking.
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