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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1923)
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
MAUPIN, SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY. OREGON, THURSDAY. JUNE 28, 1923
NEWS ITEMS OF LOCAL INTERST
R. E. Wilson and family return
ed home from Beaver and Port
land Sunday evenjnsr.
Dr. L. Stovall and family left
Sunday for a three weeks auto
tour of interesting sections.
Take a Kodak with you on
your vacation. All mukes for
sale at Maupin Drug Store.
Mrs. Mary Cunningham was a
Maupin visitor this week.
II. R. Kaiser was a Dalles visit
or the first of the week.
Mrs A. A. Derthick of Dufur
suffered a severe stroke of para
lysis recently.' At this writing
she is slightly improved.
Bud Locke returned home
from Portland the first of the
week accompanie by his cousin
James Locke. They are work
ing in the Hunts Ferry Whse.
Sunday, July I
Tom Chaney and
Beautiful Virginia Vallin
See a whole city crumble before your eyes crash
walls licking tongues of flame hundreds of
terrorized citizens the earth cracking, engulfing
whole blocks of buildings. It's inspiring.
The San Francisco Earthquake showed at
Columbia in Portland two weeks ago.
Admission 25 and 50
at Tygh Valley
Saturday, June 30
Half A Chance
A red blooded drama with the sweep of Niagra
and the climax of lightening. Good Comedy.
Guaranteed Show Admission 20 and 40
Dance after Show Let's Go
J. J. Skogsberg Dead
John J. ' Skogsberg, aged 70
years, a Maupin farmer for the
past 13 years, died at a local
hospital early this morning after
a lingering illnea. Coming to this
country from Sweden about 42
years ago, Mr. Skogsberg was
predeceased by his wife several
years ago, one daughter and two
sons survive. They are Mrs. E,
Johnson of Eveleth. Minn., C. J.
Skogsberg of Maupin and, A. E.
Skogsberg of North Bend, Oreg
on. All are in the city at the
present time. Funeral services
will be held in the Burget and
Callaway chapel at 2:30 o'clock
Sunday afternoon with Rev. W.
I. Eck of the English Lutheran
church officiating. Interment
will be in the Odd Fellows ceme
tery. Chronicle Saturday.
At the Free Methodist church.
beginning Sunday, July 8. In!56 guests. The tables were de
these (services we earnestly re- jcorated with carnations, 8veet
The 82nd birthday anniversary
of Mrs. Catherine Morris was
celebrated in this city Sunday,
June 24, at the home of her son,
M. M. Morris, 1211 Alvord street
"Grandma" Morris i3 a pioneer
of Wasco county, having spent
the greater part of her life in
this county. She has nine child
ren living, 32 grandchildren and
38 great grand children.
A pleasant feature of the day
was the weddiug of Mrs. Morris'
youngest son, George L. Morris
and Miss Mabel Helen Cyr of
Maupin at 8:30 a. m. After par
taking of the birthday dinner,
the bridal couple left immediate
ly for Portland.
A nephew of Mrs. Morris, En
och Shelton and wife of Scio,
came lo The Dalles for the occa
sion. A bountiful chicken dinner was
served at 1 o'clock, enjoyed by
quest l he help of all those who
are acquainted with spiritual religion-
Aid us with your prayers
and yout presence all you can.
We are in earnest to help men
out of darkness into light and
from the kingdom of Satan into
the kingdom of God. We expect
to preach that gospel that saves
men and sets them free. There
will be good singing led by Mrs.
Sprouse. We expect to make
this a special feature of the meet
ing. Cme and join us in the
worship of God. Bring your
friends. Tell your neighbors
about it. Let us make ihis meet
ing a real success.
A. D. Sprouse, Pastor.
Portland Painless Densist, 305
Second St., The Dalles, Oregon,
over Linquist Jewelry Stoic
Rooms 1, 2, 3.
H. M. Green went to The Dal
lies this morning.
5 per cent for Cash
Tires and Tubes
Goodrich Cord tires 32x4 $32.85
Goodrich Cord tires 30x3 1-2 15.20
Kelly Springfield fabric 30x3 1-2 10.10
Kelly Springfield tubes 30x3 1-2 2.10
Gas, Oil and Greases at the Garage
the same price as the Standard Oil Co.
Bring your Fords, Chevrolet and Over
land Baby 4 to us and we overhaul
them for $20 less parts.
Bring your broken castings. We can
repare them and save you the price
and time of waiting to send for new
We are here to give you sen ice day or
night. We have almost a full line of
accessories and Ford parts and are
prepared to take care of you on any
thing you need in our line of business.
When you are in town call and ask us
about what you need and we will be
yleased lo quote you prices on your
We handle the Exid. battery for your
We get your Battery recharged for you
We test your batters for you and have
Distilled water for your battery free.
We sell you a tire and put it on free
We sell you a tube and put it in free,
We have .free air for your tires.
We handle the Grabriel Snubers.
We handle the Hassler Snubers.
We will install free either pair you buy
We want your business.
We need your business.
We must have your business.
We can't live without your business.
So bring up your business.
And we will have lots of business.
peas, roses ana none suckles
Mrs. George Young of Five
Mile presented "Grandma" Mor
ris with a handsome birthday
cake. Those present were: Mrs.
Catherine Morris, Mr. and Mrs.
S. M. Morris, Mrs. and M. M.
Morris, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Mor
ris, Mr. and Mrs. 11. L. Morris,
Mr. and Mrs. George L. Morri3,
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Bigbee, Mr.
and Mrs. George Young, Leonore
F- Nowlin, Mr. and Mrs. George
Woodruff, Mrs. Hattie Davidson,
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Morris, Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Morris, Mr. and
Mrs. James Dixon, Mr. and Mrs
C. J. McCorkle, Mr. and Mrs.
Harrison Young, Mr. and Mrs.
Ollie Bothvvell, William Davidson
Harold Young, Harley Young,
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Nowlan, Max
Woodruff, Misses Grace Wood
ruff, Amy Lee Davidson, Mildred
Law, Leonore Davidson, Erma
Morris, Thelma and Alma Morris
Arthur and Helen Morris, Irvine
aul Milton McCorkle, Ardis
Young, Lee Bothwell, Eugene
Law, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Cyr.
Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Sheton,
Harry Gabel, Tommie
Helen Meeker, p'onrose
and Clarence Woodruff.
Bids will be received by the
Maupin Council on construction
of sidewalk between 4th and 6th
street on the east side of De
Specifications may be secured
from the recorder.
The Council reserves tne right
to reject any or all bids.
AViliZ -wilitk FED BAND V hade If
gZ?TZ. -Y. THE LARGEST PENOl FACT WYf
Kreso Dip No. 1. A real stand
ardized dip for all purposes, for
Bale at Maupin Drug Store.
W. O. Miller expects to leave
the employ of the Maupin Whse.
Co. the first of the week and will
rafter a few days will be employ
ed in a terminal office in Portland
Mr. Miller is an example of a
local boy who is taking advant
age of his opportunities and mak
ing real advancement.
The city council met in regular
session last night and ordered
advertisements for bids for com
pletion of the sidewalks left un
finished by Baldwin and Swope
Yesterday and today opened
the summer season in this sec
tion withmercury about 96. Af
ter the continued cool weather
of practically the entire spring,
a'l are experiencing lazy feelings
Mrs. Hackler and son Frank
were in town Tuesday and took
dinner with Mrs. Locke.
FRUIT FRUIT FRUIT FRUIT
"Prepare for winter. Get your fruit while in sea
son. We will advise you when the season is on. Just
call us on the phone. Place your order., We will do
the rest. ,.
Raspberries will be on the market about the first of
July and Logans about a week later. The crop will not
Jast long due to hot weather. Give us your orders now
We specialize in fresh fruits. We are prepared to
give you the best of service. Spending a great deal of
our time in contracting and buying the best fruits to
be offered on the market for the least money.
Our stock of groceries and fresh meats are at all
times kept full ready to serve you.
Wo have the Genuine Ball Mason and Ball Ideal
glass top jars and fittings for all makes of jars.
A little special on High Grade corn syrup in long
john tins. Never offered before at such a low price.
No doubt you you.havenot had an opportunity
to buy Dependable Coffee, a very high grade
steel cut vacuum packed coffee. We Have it.
Here is a little example of our service. Butter
nut Bread, "The bread supreme", Rich as butter
sweet as a nut. . Drawn from the latests improved
baking ovens, in the afternoon, Hot. If you get your
mail on the rural mail line you can have it for dinner
the following day. Phone us your order in the even
ing. Bread arrives every morning.
Can you beat this service? Think of living
in the country getting city service. We are always on
the job. Business is good. A car of salt in this week
Every thing from lick rock to table salt.
Get on the Telephone. You will find us at the
other end of the line ready to serve you.
At Your Service Command Us
Everything for the Table 1
Don't Forget to place your order for Fruit
Thompson's Fluffy Marshmallows
are good fried, toasted, in hot
chocolate, on cakes and ice
cream. Also good to eat
as they are. 48c lb.
See 'em, buy 'em at
Start That Account
and when you think of a Bank, think of our
Bank then come in and get 'acquainted.
The man with five dollars is treated with as
much courtesy as the man with thousands.
You Need Us
We Need You
As business friends we are both made stronger
Ifaupin State Bank
We Strive to Merit Approval