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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (July 19, 1923)
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
MAUPIN, SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY. OREGON. THURSDAY. JULY 19, 1923
NO .4 J
If you ever have an idle time
and have no place to go, take
the road right up the hill and
come to Shaniko. The people
are awful clever here; the streets
. are paved with mud and when a
cow gets stuck in it she stands
' and chews her cud. There is a
road on every corner leading out
of town, and when you go to
travel them they mostly all go
down. The hills are kinda' slop
ing, they slant in every way;
ope way goes to Maupin, the
other -to John Day. I come home
the other day feeling kinder
punk; you see I walking around
the hill and stepped right on a
skunk. He raised his flag and
charged. I run a half a mile,
. and I sat down on the side of
the hill to rest a little while.
Now this sounds kinda' fishie; tt
sounds just like a yarn, but ever
since that fatal day I have slept
out in the barn. My eyesight is
kinda' failing me, I cannot see
Once eve yevemy minute?
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 Ave 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
. parts. .
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
I YfeS? loitHtfio FED BAND M1,Sitl.
so well, but I can always tell
when I have a skunk. I can
find them by the smell. R-, C
Someone has discovered that
it takes 140 nuts to hold a Ford
together and only one to hold it
in the road.
Lost One Rube. Finder please
return to Geo. Claymier. Route
A Box 74. Liberal reward.
Last evening the local Rebek
ahs instaled the following officers
Lois Van Laanen, N. G.; Grace
Chalmers, V. G ; Elsie Beckwith
warden; Sadie Goetjen, conduc
tor; Lottie Donaldson, R. S. N.
G.; Sophia Martin, L. S. N. G.;
Lydia Fraley, R. S. V. G:; and
appointed Julia Pratt, L. S. V.
G. ; Lora Doty, I. S. G. ; Jessie
McCorkle, G. S. G. Margie
Stuart was elected captain of the
Pay Your Grocer First
ill- i 'WHi5Blj
3400 square miles of marvels, beauty
and color nothing like it on earth
leaping geyBerB, growling grottoB, boilinf
cauldrons, nature's moat fantastic form
ations, in the midst of which are mag
nificent hotols, charming cottage villages.
300 miles of matchless boulevards and
all the comforts of home.
Bend for our booklet. It tells tha thril
ling story of nature's wonderland. Our
THROUGH SLEEPING CAR
Operated DAILY during tha season
Portland and West Yellowstone
Union Pacific System
lot our representatives explain tha
various tours which enable visitors to
seo tho Yellowstone at minimum cost;
also quote fares, prepare your itinerary
and make your reservations. Call on
R. B. BELL Agent
yleased to 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.
Ana we will have lots of business.
NEWS ITEMS OF
W. J. Harris is preparing to
erect a cement cellar.
R. H. DeCamp and H. M.
Greene have arranged a transac
tion by which Mr. DeCamp will
take the town property and the
Greene family will have the
fruit farm on the river. Mr.
and Mrs. DeCamp will look for
a location elsewhere, hoping to
improve the latter's health.
Portland Painless Densist, 305
Second St., The Dalles, Oregon,
over Linquist Jewelry Store.
Rooms 1, 2, 3.
Mrs. J. H. Woodcock and
daughter returned home from
Hood River the first of the week
A crew is busy in each of the
local warehouses getting ready
for the big crop which will be
gin coming,in immediately.
Kreso Dip No. 1. A real stand
ardized dip for all purposes, for
sale at Maupin Drug Store.
F. C. Butler is having an ad
ditional floor put in his cooler at
the meat market.
Butler's are receiving another
50 crate shipment of loganberries
John McTagart of Madras is
canvassing for Acetylene light
plants in Maupin this week.
The river is quite muddy from
the recent storms in the hay
creek country and Bend.
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 Wapinitia.
A. H. Philmlee is having an
addition of 12x24 added to their
house. They will celebrate the
event with a dance Saturday
Grandma Morris is visiting
here this week.
Mrs. Roy Morrow of Kalama
5 per cent for Cash
Wn. arrived Saturday for a visit
with friends and relatives- Mrs
Morrow will be remembered as
Power concrete mixer for Rent
Saves the wages of 4 men
Cash buyers 'waiting. If you
want to sell let me hear your
proposition H. L. Morris
John Karlen shipped a carload
of sheep and LaClair a carload
of cattle over the O. T. railroad
the first of the week.
Mr. VanWaning left Monday
for Metolius where he will have
charge of the station for awhile.
Take a Kodak with you on
our vacation. All makes for
ale at Maupin Drug Store.
Quite a number of people went
from here to Tygh Valley Satur
day night to the show and dance.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Agidius, Mrs.
J. P. Agidius, Master Jimmie
Agidius, and Neils Paulsen,
motored to The Dalles Saturday
evening, where Mrs. Agidius
will visit her brother A. Paulsen
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. VanLaanen
accompanied them to Dufurre
turning with them Sunday night
O. F. Renick and family return
ed Monday from a two weeks
Are we busy? I'll say we are,
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Turner are
spending the week at Sherars
Bridge. Vera Johnson has
charge of the post office while
they are away.
The cool weather of the last
few days is certainly appreciated
The Times office is undergoing
some remodeling" by which we
will have 12 by 15 feet more
pace for the press room. A
neat living room is being fitted
Family washing done, 45 and
75 cents dozen. Mens washing
also done cheap Mrs. L. E.
Stockton, Cook Apartment
Heading and threshing started
Richard Delco is working for
Julius Shipflin during harvest,
Mrs. Katie Graham went to
he Dalles Wednesday of last
week returning on Thursday.
W. A. Dane has been building
barn for Harold Retherforcl
Joe Riggles and wife returned
Saturday from Portland where
they had been visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Miller of
The Dalles visited with Mrs. Mc
Coy on Thursday at the hotel.
Harry Lewis and Jim Smith
came out from the timber Thurs
day where they had been cutting
Robert Lewis returned from
Happy Ridge Friday and is now
working for Calvin McCorkle.
James Abbott went to the
mountains Sunday bringing Cur
tis Abbott out with him.
D. W. Sharpe and family spent
Sunday at Clear Lake.
Job Crabtree and family and
grandma Davis came up from
Bake Oven Sunday.
J. Shipflin has purchased a
,Mrs. Evans is cooking for C. J
McCorkle's threshing crew.
N. W. Flinn and sons Leslie
and Jessie returned to The Dalles
Tuesday from Clear Lake where
they have been fishing for several
and Mrs. Louie Woodside
visited at L Woodside's Sunday.
The Richmonds were visitors
here from Maupin Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arnett went to
Smock Thursday to visit their
daughter Mrs. Max Mayfield and
to can some fruit.
Rev. and Mrs. Matthews of
Simnasho were Wapinitia visitors
Mrs. Wm Maynard has gone to
Chester Pechette went to Gate
way and returned Wednesday.
Roy Ward is working for H.
Elsie Lewis is helping Mrs.
George Claymier during harvest.
Ernest Dodge who is a Marine
is spending his furlough visiting
Elsie Hackler, who has been
in The Dalles some time arrived
here Sunday evening for a visit
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Batty
went to Portland Tuesday on
business. " '
Sunday evening Rev. G. E.
McDonald of Portland, U. B.
conference superintendent will
speak here and conduct post
Everything for the Table
Prepare for winter with a nice lot of canned fruit.
Phone us your orders we do the rest.
We have contracted the only two orchards of
v peaches in Southern Wasco county and will be pre
pared to fill your orders.
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 wc are.
Wc are always at your service. Comma nd us.
Start That Account
and when you think of a Bank, think of our
Bank then come in and p.ct acquainted.
The man with fivp; dollars is treat od with as
much courtesy as the man with thousands.
You Need Us
We Need You
A3 business friends we are both made stronger
Maupin State Bank
Mrs. F. Herrling of Salem
returned Tuesday from Bend
where she has been visiting her
son Alfred. She is spending the
week here with her daughter
Mrs. Kirsch before returning to
her home in Salem.
Alma Hall is cooking for the
Herrling Bros, through haying.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Moss made
a trip ove the highway to Bend
Claude Hall spent Sunday with
home folks here.
Hay harvest is in full blast in
Rev. Sprouse of Maupin will
preach at Lakeview Sunday, the
22. Everyone cordially invited.
A reward of $10.00 will be paid
for information leading to the
arrest of person taking canvas
covering from mill at Woodcock
Cigars and Tobacco
Billiards and Pool
to Merit Approval