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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (July 12, 1923)
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Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
MAUPIN, SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY. OREGON. THURSDAY. JULY 12, 1923
Sunday, July 15
With simple sincerity they unfold to you the
human drama that flowered in the pioneer days
You'll gasp at the prarie schooner caught in the
swirling sweep of a blinding sand storm.
You'll hold your beath at the lightening swoop
of the riding outlaws.
You'll thrill at the immense open spaces, the
beauty and wondrous charm of primal nature.
( And you'll laugh a bit, weep a bit, with jthe rose
' of the rancho, the lonesome cowboy, the cynic,
the outlhw and the schemer.
A Powerful Picture, a Dramatic Masterpiece
Guarnnteed Show Admission 20 and 40
at Tygh Valley
Saturday, July 14
Dance After Show
A marriage of interest to many
Wasco County people occured in
The Dalles Monday afternoon,
when Miss Viola Verle Martin,
of Boyd became the bride of
Huston Johnson well known re
The couple was married at the
county court house by Judge J.
T. Adkinsson. Mrs. John V.
Martin, mother of the bride was
Mrs. Johnson, nee Martin is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John V. Martin of Boyd. She
attended school the past year
at Dufur, where she first met
the man that later was to become
herhusdand. A romance sprung
up between the two and their
engagement was announced ab
out two months ago.
The groom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. James M. Johnson, of
Wamic. For the past two years
he has been assisting his sather,
who has charge of the mail route
between Sherars bridge and
Following the ceremony the
newlyweds left for Wamic, where
they will make their home. Ant-
Mrs. W. H. Staats returned
Tuesday afternoon from a busi
ness visit in The Dalles and
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Griffin re
turned Sunday trom an extended Graham.
visit in Bend. Mr. and Mrs. P. j Rev. and Mrs. Matthews of
J. King drove up and accompan-; Simnasho, made a trip to Maupin
F. G. Magill returned from
Tygh Valley Friday where he
had been woking in the hay field
Fred Laughlin and family took
Sunday dinner with Mrs. Katie
Maupin, Oregon, June 25, 1923
Wehv 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.
Rev. Sprouse and family of
Maupin were Sunday dinner
guests at Applings.
A heavy rain fell here Friday
Thos. Moss and family return
ed Friday 'morning from their
visit at Yakima Wn., where they
spent a few days visiting Mrs.
Alfred Herding and his moth
er left for Bend Sunday morning
to make a visit.
Portland Painless Densist, 305
Second St., The Dalles, Oregon,
over Linquist Jewelry Store..
Rooms 1, 2, 3.
5 per cent for Cash
Tires and lubes
yleased to quote, you prices on your
We handle the Exid battery for your
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 a.lu ears.
Gas, Oil and Greases at the Garage We get your Battery recharged for you
the, Standard Oil Co. and guaranteed.
Brine- vour Fords, Chevrolet and Over- We test your batters for you and have
land Baby 4 to us and we overhaul
them for $20 less parts.
Bring your broken castings. We can
repare th,em 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
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.
ed them home.
Two electrical storms the fore
part of this week, compelled the
switchboard operators to leave
the board for a short time, the
electricity throwing the "drops"
It also created business for our
local insurance agent H. L. Mor
ris who wrote several hay and
A small blaze starting in the
roof of Geo. Moss's house yester
day caused no little excitement
to the people of Maupin however
prompt action on the part of the
citizens soon succeeded in putting
the fire out.
Take a Kodak with you on
in i i
your vacation. ah maKes ior
sale at Maupin Drug Store.
John Mayfield and sons John
and Edwin were over from Ya
kima, Wn. visiting old friends
and relatives this week. They
have a 320 acae ranch of diversi
fied farm interests and dairy.
Family washing done, 45 and
75 cents dozen. Mens washing
also done ceeap. Mrs. L. E.
Stockton Cook Apartments. ,
For Sale One fresh Holstein
cow and calf. Cow is good milk
er, gentle and about six years of
age. $80.00 takes them both
Robert E. Ellinwood Wapimtia.
Mrs. Marcia Yeck of Hood
River was here recently visiting
relatives and friends.
Mrs. Harley Brown and two
children, Dorothy and Bessie, of
Detroit Mich, are visiting Mrs.
Brown3 sister Mrs. James Chalmers.
Mrs- A. L. Pugh, Miss Chris
tine and Alda were visiting at
Mrs. James Chalmers Wednesday
Wanted 50 head of hogs to
ship about September 15 H. L.
Jack Staats is visiting here
J. W. Derthick has returned
from Three Sisters where he has
had employment all spring.
Hode Swift of Astoria is visit
ing mends ana relatives nere
I.H. Martin of Yakima is mak
ine a short visit at his brother's
A. C. Martin.
R. E. Wilson and family motoi
ed to Portlans Tuesday afternoon
to attend the funeral of a cousin
of Mrs. Wilson.
A. F. Martin left Tuesday for
The Dalles and Portland, hoping
to improve his health which has
been very poor for the past sever
Mrs. B. F. Turner was up from
Sherar the last of the week where
she is helping Mrs. J. S. Taylor
at the hotel and nostoffice for a
F. B. Perry formerly of Fied
mond is now busy in his harness
and shoe repair shop in the old
bank building. H. R. Kaiser
announces he has discontinued
work in this line.
The rain of last Thursday and
Fridav was a remarkable event
in this section at this period
While it did much good to the
erardens and lawns, it was too
late to be of benefit to the grain
laying it on the ground, and was
quite detrimental to the hundred
of acres of newly mown hay
Bates Shattuck returned Satur
day from Prineville where he
spent the Fourth, bringing Mrs.
Shattuck and Bernice who had
been visiting relatives there for
the past two weeks.
Monday taking some friends to
O. L. Paquet and Richard Del-
co returned from Portland Sun
day where they have been since
H. N. Dodge who has been ill
is some better at this time.
Ben and Orval Flinn who have
been at Clear lake fishing the
past week returned to The Dalles
Five big bands of sheep passed
through this week on their way
to the mountains for the summer.
Earl Linn and wife spent the
Fourth at Dufur and on their
way home had trouble with their
car. Rev. Parker took them on
to the mill
George Burnside is helping R.
E. Ellinwood with his hay.
Fred Deko and family who
have spent the winter in Boring
returned Sunday and are at
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Wilson
who visited the week end at H.
V. Retherford's returned to their
home at Sterling Idaho Monday.
They have spent the past few
weeks visiting at the home of
Mrs. Wilsons parents Mr. and
Mrs. V. B. Tapp near Vancouver
Most of the people who went
from here to the Agency to spend
the Fourth got caught in the
rain and had to stay over until
Sunday and Monday.
Perle Evick and family have
returned from Madras where
they spent the Fourth with his
brother John Evick and family.
Edith Lloyd little daughter of
Prof, and Mrs. Lloyd has been
quite sick at Clackamas lake.
Lillian Cox who spent last week
visiting her cousin Helen Enders
by returned to her home in Pine
Jake Tesehner was a business
visitor in Maupin Saturday.
Jeanette Burnside is working
for Mrs. Roy Batty.' .
Every thing for the Table
Prepare for winter with a nice lot of canned fruit.
Phone us your orders we do the rest.
Logan berries will not last long, 100 crates sold
for delivery this week. Now taking orders for next
week delivery. Apricots ready next week.
Local Alexander peaches, a fev? coming in now.
Quality fine and price reasonable.
What about your harvest supplies? We areprepar
ed with many specials to meet your needs at this time.
, If it is groceries or meat you want phone us. If
the local phone office is open we are.
We are always at your service. Commamd us.
Cigars and Tobacco
Billiards and Tool
J. L. Harpham
Start That Account
and when you think of a Bank, think of
Bank then come in and jr,et 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 State Bank
W e Strive to Merit Approval