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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 18, 1923)
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL 9. NO. 15
MAUPIN. SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY. OREGON, THURSDAY. JANUARY 18, 1923
THE YEAR $1.50
Have you forgotten that the
2nd and 4th Saturdays of each
month are Farmer's Union meet
injrs? Lets all come out Satur
day January, 27. We have some
very important questions that
are of interest to all farmers.
If you are not a member just
see a Union man and have him
bring in your application card.
'In Unity there is strength.
Lets make it strong. All come.
Fraternally. A. E. MayhevwPres
F. S. Fleming Peter Kilburg
and J. S. Brown were in Maupin
Tuesday to attend the annual
Town's Offer Rejected.
Saturdays and Sundays
, Old Bank Building Maupin, Oregon
0. R. Dinwiddie
BACK TO 1917
Made and Guatanktd
Dslco-Light Price Reduction
Now In Effect
You can now buy the most popular
electric plant ever built, Delco-Light
Model 866, for
two years ago
Similar reductions in other styles and
pizos of Delco-Light. At these low 1917
prices, you can now install Delco-Light for
loss than at any time in the last five years.
Easy payments if desired. For full parti
culars write. Modern Appliance Co., 408
First Ave. South, Seattle, distributors, or
see your local dealer.
DEFENDABI Maupin, Ore.
Stop in, Tune in, Listen in
Calgary. Canada, San Francisco, Los Angeles,
Salt Lake, Kansas City, Dtnvn, Portland and
Seattle, besides many nearer stations (many , can be
heerd all over the room)
We will install set complete that will get the
above stations for 250.00.
We installed J. M. Abbott's station and received
all the above stations the first night. '
Let us figure with you on a station costing from
$50.00 to $250.00. Results or costs -you nothing.
Hill & Rice Radio Installers
Portland, Ore., Jan. 6, 1923.
To the Honorable, the Common
Council of the Town of Maupin.
Upon the request of Mrs.
Staats, and as her attorney I
will answer your written offer
of "$3000.00 for the purchase
of the Maupin Springs and the
Water System, together with
twenty six and one quarteracres
of ground as required in the
plans submitted by the engineer
employed by the town of
j Mrs. Staats will not iccept
your offer. She' does not know
;your object in hastening your
offer into newspaper print, un
less as a bugbear to frighten
,xnd sidetrack possible, or even
p bbable purchasers of her watt r
system and rights to the use ol
the waters of the springs, as a
detireable money investment.
Mrs. Staats and her husband
nave already expended mcie
than Four Thousand Dollars in
putting I he system at its present
capacity, and have arranged to
enlarge the system sufficient to
meet all ihe needs of the town
in its fu.ther growth. They
have secured the services of men
to do the wci k, and will prdceed
with the Work as soon as the
ground and weather conditions
The town of Maupin has
sufficient water aipply to meet
all reasonable clen ands of its
peoole at the present, time, and
the present water supply, and
the extension I have n entioned,
increasing the supply wil.be.put
in use. by the time it io needed
for irrigation between this and
the last of May, unless your
Hrnorable Body, with the ap
proval of your Honorable Mayor
block the way, which I sincerely
hope and trust may not occur.
Very truly yours,
E. B. Dufur.
Sunday, January 21st
One of his best .'icturrs full of his clever
acrobatic stunts from beginning to the end
Starting S p. in. Admission -0 aud 40
Frank Wills Buzan, was born
in Umatilla Co. July 24 1886 age
36 years died December 1922.
He came with his parents to
southern Wasco Co. in 1901 and
has lived in these parts ever
since; on March 28 1913 he was
united in marriage to Zella Mor
rill to which union four children
were bom the first having died
in infancy. He leaves to mourn
their loss a wife and three child
ren a father Jerome Buzan one
sister Mrs. Anson Lindley three
brothers Ralph, Ward, and Aura
Buzan, his mother having died
in 1902. Interment at the ceme
tery out at the old Buzan place.
Build the more stately mansions,
O.my soul! As the swift
seasons roll; leave the low vault
ed past, let each new temple,
nobler than the last, shut thee
from heaven with dome more
vast, till thou at length are free,
leaving thine outgrown shell by
life's unresting sea. Oliver Wen
dell Holmes. Funeral text 13:31
H. A. Walter pastor.
Jerome Buzan of Newberg,
Ralph Buzan and wife of Port
land, Mrs. Zella Buzan of The
Dalles, and Ward Buzan and
wife of Hood River returned to
their respective homes, after
attending the funeral of Frank
Bjzan, Little Bobbie Buzan
went home with his grandfather
Portland Painless Dentist,
seven years in The Dalles
painless extraction 1.00 305
Second SL The Dalle3 Oregon,
W. T. Slatten D, D. S. Prop
rietorPhone Main 4821.
Mrs. Emma J. Wilson is teach
injr the Oak Grove school, she is
boarding at Abbotts. -
Gladys Smith is staying with
her sister Mrs Gutzler and at
tending the Victor school.
Herb. Lewis made a trip to
Maupin Friday to meet his broth
er Jesse who had been in Port
land for.some time and was re
John Arnett is working for C.
Milton McCorkle was quite
sick last week.
Prof. Lloyd left Saturday for
Colorado in answer to a telegram
stating ' that his father was
seriously injured in a mine. Be
fore he left Maupin a secon i tele
gram arrived telling the sad news
that his father had passed1 away
W. A. Dane has returned from
Mrs. Sam Wall who has been
sick is now able to be up but her
little son Harvey is ill.
Roy Woodside spent Saturday
The Dodge brothers have in
stalled a radio at their homestead
Freddie Hornquist and Claire
Parker celebrated their fourth
birthdays with a party at the
parsonage Tuesday. Those pres
ent to enjoy the occasion with
them were-Stanley Magill, Ken
neth Hill, Philnat Lloyd, Orval
Evick, and Laurel Hartman
Mrs. Evick and Crystal Hartmsn
assisted Mrs. Parker.
G. L. and Jim Harpham were
visiting in Wapinitia Tuescay.
Mrs. Ed Bothwell and son De
wey have returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hartman
and daughter Laurel are staying
at the E. M. Hartman home this
Ray Kaylor is carrying the
mail thi3 week as Carl Pratt is sii k
Laura Davis spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Beebe.
The weather continues to fall
sometime rain and sometimes
Win. Sturge&'s mother return
ed to Oregon City.
Tommy Kinzel, a trapper, came
out of the mcuntains Friday
bringing some vciy fine furs i
with him. He said he came out j
to hear ho .v the election of last i
Emil Hackler has had an attack
J. I. Parker was in Tygh V;ii
Roy Batty is in Maupin this
week helping Martin VanLaanen
remove the rocks rrom in front
of their property.
Mrs. Harold Stanton, who
ives at Warm Spring Agency is
very sick at the Clide Flinn home
John Lewis is feeling better at
The sick list thia week are,
Mrs. Hill, Mrs. Hornquist and
baby, several of the Mott family
Mrs. Wm. Sturgess, and the
Mr. and Mrs. Herb Hammer
and N&ra were Dalles visitors
A crowd of young folks gather
ed at the H. N. Dodge home last
Friday evening, where they trip
ped the light fantastic toe until
the wee sma' hour3 Saturday
While you are resting why tzt oil up the
old harness, with Eureka Harness Oil,
does not cost much and adds many days
to the life of the harness. We have it.
WHERE the sun shines most of
"the time. Out-of-door life all
Thousands of miles of paved high
ways through picturesque semi
tropic settings make motoring won
Most attractive ocean beaches on
the Pacific Coast
Most complete system of hotela,
AnartmMit hniisML mttacrpsL hunim.
lows and small suites for tourists of
any country in the world, and all
' costs reasonable. Room for everybody.
lepresentatiree ol Ik
UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM
will gladly furnish Instructive and bcauttfalty fthutrattrf tookta
i information about uit ittrioua playground m
trough car sen
rittfrt Ann i1t 1
luurwy of equal inter t in America.
dvma rnmn a inlnrM.tiAii tuiit ml
the West. Let them tell all about hotel ratea, railroad (art
i orouan car semce, trie taraoua circle I oar through San rraa
j ana sin i.ane inr, or a nan 01 um way ay ocean ra. laa
B. BELL, Agent, Maupin Oregon
WM. McMURRAY, General Passenger
Agent, Portland, Oregon
Subscribers renewing their
subscription this week to the
Times are: Dr. Dake, C. A.
Duus, Claud Wilson and H. T.
G. W. Bargenholt was in from
Claud Wilson was a Maupin
v's'tor from Bakeoven Monrjav.
localizing that the southern part of Wasco Connty
k entitled to up to date service in our line, we have
placed a complete stock of goods with
II. F. WOODCOCK, MAUPIN
E. C. PRATT, WAMIC
The Crandall Undertaking Co.
The Dalles, Oregon
I Jceuscd Lnbalmers Motor Equipment
War Saving Certificates
The Secretary of the Treasury has called for
redemption on December 15th of Victory Notes
bearing the distinguishing letters
A, B, C, D, E, or F
War Saving Certificates Series of 1918 will b
due January 1, 1923.
Wc will be glad to help jou in disposing of
either or both of the above issues.
Maupin State Bank
Strive to Merit Approval