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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (July 5, 1923)
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
MAUPIN, SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON. THURSDAY. JUL Y 5, 1923
The Majestic Players
Dramatic Company of Eight
The Sensational Comedy-Drama
The Girl He Couldn't Buy
Laughs and Thrills Galore
The Greatest Comedy Ever Written
Her Husband's Wife
You'll Laugh Till You Cry
Real Vaudeville Between Acts
Prices: Adults 50, Children 25. Tax Included
Notice A representative and
student of the Chicago Engineer
ing Works Bchool of electricity is
in Maupin. Any man wishing to
get better pay-from $10 to $30
per day should correspond with
him. It costs" nothing to investi
gate. Address Box 85, Maupin.
Portland Painless Densist, 305
Second St., The Dalles, Oregon,
over Linquist ' Jewelry Store.
Rooms I, 2, 3.
Take a Kodak with you on
your vacation. All makes for
sale at Maupin Drug Store.
Maupin, Oregon, June 25, 1923
You are hereby notified that the .annual
stockholders' meeting of Hunts Ferry Warehouse Co.
will beheld Saturday, July 14th, 1923, at 2:30 P. M. in
Odd Fellow's Hall, at which time one director will be
elected and such other business will be transacted as
may come before the meeting,
HUNTS FERRY WAREHOUSE CO.
W. E. Hunt and son W. E. Jr.
and Dad Coale left Thursday for
Shelby to see the fight and to
tour the U. S. National Yellow
stone park a few weeks.
After September first the O. T.
will discontinue their line from
North Junction to Metolius and'
use the O. W. R. and N.
A charivari and dance was
given in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
George L. Morris Monday night,
quite a crowd gathered and every
one had a good time.
Mrs. C. F. Butler who visited
her son F. C. Butler for the past
month returned to her home in
Corvallis Sunday. She was ac
companied by Mr. Dinges of that
place who has been doing some
painting at the Butler home. .
While burning weeds along
the railroad track Saturday the
0. W. R. and N. section crew
i eame very nearly having a big
prairie fire. The grass and-sage
brush causing the fire to reach to
the top of the hill in some places
The play given here Saturday
night by the Gleaners of the
Methodist Church of Dufur, was
one cf the best Maupin has seen
for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. George Cunning
ham fanlily, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
Davis and Murl Moss, left Sun
day for Clear lake to spend the
Fourth of July.
Among those from Maupin
who spent Sunday in the mount
ains were Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Stuart and Crystal, Mr. and Mrs.
James Chalmers, Mr. and Mrs.
Virgil Mayhew and children, Mr.
and Mrs. L. C. Heneghan, Mrs.
Alice Battv, and Mr. and Mrs.
M. F. Van Laanen.
Mrs. Staats announces the sale
of four lots the last few days to
J. C. Pratt, four to E. C Wood
cock, and one to Frank Dyer.
- Mr. and Mrs. E. A Cyr, and
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Morris left
for Culver Tuesday evening
where they will enjoy a picnic
Mr. and Mrs. James Chalmers
and Hugh Knight left for Tygh
Ridge Tuesday evening where
they will spend the Fourth with
Mrs. Chalmers parents.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Staats
returned Saturday evening from
a trip to Hood River.
Notice Prices 5Krh
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 service 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
Tires and Tubes I
yleased to quote you prices on ypur
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.
Ana we will have lots of business.
l Us YELLOWPENCIL
LYfe? naUiiHa RED BAND V, made , Br I
After finishing his second glass
of water one warm evening re
cently, while a guest at the
Harpham Hoel, County Supt
Gronewald announced he could
drink the reservoir dry, but an
attempt to get another glass at
the hydrant proved the truth of
his boast, for it would not flow.
The County Agent will next
be serving a warrant on Jim Hill
last seen on the premises of
Marshal Wilhelm. ,
Herbert Morrow brought a load
of freight from The Dalles Wed
nesday. ; i
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wing and
Verda went'to The Dalles Wed
nesday. Callie Duncan was in The Dal
les Friday from Smock. "
Clifford nnd Claybourn Palma
teer, Lyman and Andy Booth,
Tom and Roy Shiveley returned
Friday from Estacada where
they have been working.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Farlow,
and Ladelphia were in The Dal
les Friday from Smock.
Roy Baxter and Bob Hester,
made a trip to North Bend last
week returning Saturday.
Mrs. C. C. Conley and sons
Wallace and Elmer visited in The
Frank Roberts of Grass Valley
transacted business in The Dal
les Saturday. He formally lived
Lute Shadley went to The Dal
les Friday. '
This place had real summer
weather last the tempeture was
94, but a wind blowing the past
few days has cooled the weather
several degrees. ; " ' ' '
Walter Driver of Xygh Valley,
has bought a home In The Dalles
and moved in toR Thursday
Hilda Norval went with them.
They all have employment.
Willie Willard went to The
Dalles Friday. ' ,
Percy Driver was a 'business
visitor in The Dalles Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Karlin came
over from Ellinsburg, Wn. Tues
day to their home in Tygh Valley
remaining a week.
Dr. H. L. Dake and a party
came up from Portland Monday
going on to Maupin for a fishing
We intended to have a picnic
on the 4th but were to busy mak
ing hay. Some went to Dufur,
others to Wamic, all report a
We were greived to hear of
the death by alcoholic poisoning
of J. E. Daly of Gateway, former
ly a merchant at that place. He
wag well known and of a C"'iai
sunny disposition.. P; iea;e'8a
wife and three lUdren
Mesdofteg Muivanv Iva and
Wilbur are spending the week on
the upper Deschutes. Ed. Dis
brow is taking care of Mr. Gor
don in their absence.
J. M. Farlow and Callie Dun
can went to The Dalles Wednes
day for medical treatment, re
turning home on Sunday. Ladel
phia accompanied them and visit
ed her cousins Evans Parrish
and wife, and Lela Blanhard at
Glen Large who has been at
Gateway several months came
down to Maupin on Saturday
and then out to Smock to visit
his sister Edith Hill over Snnday
He went to The Dalles on Mon
day to visit his mother over the
Edf. Davis and family came on
Tuesday to visit their daughter
Mrs. E. E. Wall and family over
Blaine Disbrow is working this
week making trails in the Nation
Call for Bids
Bids will be received by the
Maupin Council on construction
of sidewalk between 4th and 5th
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.
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
last 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 ar atall
times kept full ready to serve you.
We 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 have not 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, fiThe bread supreme", Kich 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 Siilt 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 yo'cu
At Your Service Command Un
Everything for the Table
Don't Forget to place your order foA- Fruit
Cigars and Tobacco
Billiards and Pool
J. L. Harpham
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
Maupin Stale Bank
We Strive to Merit Approval