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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 30, 1922)
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Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL 9, NO. 8
MAUPIN, SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 30, 1922
THE YEAR $1.50
A marriage which took place
in Portland Wednesday and
. which is of interest to Maupin
people was that of Miss Hilda
Irene Lake and Dr. Henry C.
Dake. The wedding took place
at the home of the bride's cousin
Mrs. A. Stinson, 498 Spokane
'Avenue, Portland, Rev. W. S.
McCullough officiating. The
bride and groom were attended
by Miss Lucy Dade and George
F. Kirk wood, both of Portland.
Only a few relatives and friends
Mrs. Dake is the daughter of
A. E. Lake, former county judge
now of Wamic, and belongs to
one of the pioneer families of
Wasco county. She was gradua
ted from The Dalles high school
Dr. Dake was graduated from
the North Pacific Dental college
in 1919, and is a member of the
Trowel National Dental Fratern
ity. Dr. and Mrs. Dake will be at
home in Portland after the first
' of the year.
American Legion Fall In!
Attention! American Legion
members. Maupin Post No. 73
will hold a regular meeting De
ember 4th in I. 0. 0. F. hall at
8 p. m. Purpose, election of
officers. Big feed.
I. E. Crabtree, Commander.
Butter Nut Bread
The bread that made mother
stop baking. Received fresh
every day at
With the exception of the
Drugstore property where car
penter work is being done, the
north side of Deschutes avenue
has been bordered with cement
walks from the school house to
Burnham avenue. One block,
between Fifth and Fourth Btreet
when completed will make, the
walks finished on the south side
of the avenue. Within the main
business district walks are of
uniform six-foot width, else
where four feet is required
width. Workmanship in laying
the walks is of a high class and
Maupin's enterprise adds n.ueh
to the town's appearance.
Steel Bridge at Sherar
Contract for the construction
of a bridge over the Deschutes
river at Sherar's has been let by
the state highway commission to
the Union Bridge company of
Portland, it was learned today.
The new new bridge will replace
the historic span at the narrows
over which much of the travel of
early days passed. The span
will be steel with reinforced con
crete foundations, and will cost
the county $5,394, the contract
price. Plans for the bridge were
drawn by state engineers; and
the contracts let by the commis
sion at the request of the Wasco
county court. Apportionment
of the market road funds for the
second half of the year was
made by the highway commission
at its meeting yesterday. Wasco
county was allotted $12,333.55
in this apportionment. The com
mission also ordered that "filler"
be applied to the gravel en the
highway east ot lhe Dalles,
where the wind has been blow
ing out the sand. Chronicle 23.
Notice of general election for
election of officials of the Town
of Maupin and for the passage
of measures relating to theTown
Notice is hereby given that on
Monday, the 4th day of Decem
ber, 1922, at the usual poling;
place, to wit: in the I. 0. 0. F.
Building located within the plat
ted Town of Maupin in Wasco
County, Oregon, a general elec-.
tion will be held. ,
Said General Election will be
held to elect officials of the Town j
of Maupin as follows to wit:
6 Councilmen I
Also to accept or reject meas
ures relating to the Town of
Maupin, as follows, to wit:
Charter of the Town of
Budget approved by the Bud
Which election will be held at
2 o'clock in the afternoon and
will continue until 7 , o'clock in
the afternoon of said aay.
Datod this 21st day of Novem
Recorder of the Town of Maupin
The interior work on the new
brick hotel is underway and next
week the rooms on the second
will be finished. The building
is wired and pumbed for electric
lights and hot and cold water in
Portland Painless Dentist,
seven years in The Dalles
painless extraction $1.00 305
Second St. The Dalles Oregon,
W. T. Slatten D. L) S. Prop
rietorPhone Main 48:21.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hothwell
are the proud parents of a 7ilb.
Lota Darnall and George Case
were married Sunday in Port
land. Mrs. Case is a neice of
Mrs. John Donaldson and spent
her early childhood here.
The new concrete high school
building which is practically
completed except for interior
finishing adds much to the ap
pearance of Maupin, being lo
cated in sightly position on the
Matches 6 boxes for 85 cents
Maupin Drug Store.
Mrs. Joe Chastain who is at
Freewater states in a recent let
ter that her sister Mrs. Barrett,
is still very ill and is still unable
to be moved.
A letter received from B. D.
Fraley stated they were at Can
yonville and expected to retch
Christmas goods are now rrady
Maupin Drug Store.
Henry Steed of Wamic died at
the Dalles hospital Sunday,
following a short illness. He is
survived by his aged mother and
three brothers, Charles of Shar.i
ko, Ben and Ora, of Wamic,
and a half brother George Steed
also of that place. The body
was taken to Wamic for funeral
services Monday by the Crandall
Undertaking company, Burial
will be in the family plot in the
All kinds of watches and jewel
ry Maupin Drug Store.
Mrs. John Donaldson and son
Ivan are guests at the home of
her brother Job Crabtree in the
Bakeoveh section for the holiday
O. P. Weberg and family are
spending the week at their farm
E. B. Dufur writes from 563
Going street, ' Portland, that he
will not return to Maupin before
some time in March to open a
W. II. Staats has ordered the
Times sent to them at Whealdon
I Annex, 211 10th and Salmon
street, lu t'and.
November 27 - December 6
Former Resident Dc-d
Mrs. Ora Davidson, 50 years
old, died at The Dalles hospital
Saturday evening after a linger
ing illness. She is survived by
two daughters, Mrs. W. L. Hay
nes of Kennewick, Wash, and
Mrs. Charles Frank of this city.
She also leaves a son Wilbur C.
Davidson of this city. Another
son, Orville Raymond, was drown
ed in the Columbia river a num
ber of years age. Funeral ser
vices will be held Tuesday after
noon at 2 o.clock from the Bur-get-Mogan
Ernest Goudge officiating. Ser
vices at the grave will be held
under the direction of the local
chapter of the Rebekah lodge of
which Mrs. Davidson was a mem
ber. Burial will be made in the
Odd Fellows cemetery Chroni
Mrs. F. I). Stuart Mrs. H. R. Kaiser
Mrs. J. Donaldson Mrs. J. Chalmers
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II. B. BELL, Agent, Maupin, Oregon
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Agent, Portland, Oregon
Mr. and Mri N. G- Hedin and
daughter Nova, went to Portland
Friday and expect to remain
there until after Thanksgiving
Lincoln and Crystal Hartman,
are spending their vacation in
Mr. Judkins, father nf MrF.
Frank Batty is very il . Mrs.
Roberts, a daughter from h'ose
burg is here at his bedside. A
son came irom lawima rriuaj.
The friends of Ira Grisham
will be glad to know he is stead
ily gaining in strength.
Mrs. Ed Bernard who has been
ill is much better.
L. D. Woodside and Anna West
are Dalles visitors. Prof, and
Mrs. Loyd also wentin wiih them
Art Eubeck has returned from
Portland where he visited home
Wapinitia folks in Maupin Mon
day were Rev. Parker and family
Mrs. Geo. Burnside, Mrs. Albe'rt
Hammer, Fritz and Albert Hack
ler, Jesse Cox, and Virgil May
field. Roy Batty and family expect to
spend Thanksgiving with grand
ma Batty in Maupin.
Clyde Flinn and family came
over trom bimnasho Saturday
and stayed over Sunday with Mr
and Mrs. Sam Wall.
Charles Walker made a trip to
Maupin last week fixing telephone
line 18 from his piece to Maupir.
Nora Hammer is rapidly re
covering from her recent illness.
Word received from George
Burnside states tnat he is much
better. He underwent an opera
tion on the 20th and i3 doing fine
Ruby Powell is spending this
week in Maupin with the Rich-monds.
Realizing that the southern part of Wasco County
ia entitled to up to (late .service in our line, we have
placed a complete stock of goods with
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