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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (July 26, 1923)
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Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
MAUPIN, SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY. OREGON. THURSDAY. JULY 26, 1923
We Need a More Suitable
NEWS HEMS OF LOCAL INTERST
J. P. Abbott will ship two car
loads of sheep over the 0. T. line
Ella Smith is employed at the
Jake Davidson home.
Last Saturday commenced the
tomato season of L. D. Kelly's
big garden at the mouth of Bake
oven, when the family enjoyed
fresh sliced tomatoes on the table
Portland Painless Densist, 305
Second St., The Dalles, Oregon,
over Linquist Jewelry Store.
Rooms 1, 2, 3."
Mrs. Clark Richardson enjoyed
a visit with her son Silas and
wife of Portland for a few days
they making a trip the fore part
of the week to Mr. Richardson's
camp in the mountains.
Mrs. W. A. Westbrook who
has been visiting relatives here
for a few weeks returned to
Portland last week.
Dr. (Paderwski) Corin has
Return el from a
tion in Canada.
Power concrete mixer for Rent
Saves the wages of 4 men
Cash buyers waiting. If you
want to sell let me hear your
proposition It. L. Morris
Dr. Stovall and family return
ed Friday from a three weeks
Mr. and Mrs. IV. 0. Miller and
Jimmie left Saturday night for
Portland where they will make
their future home.
Mrs. A. Agidius, Miv. M. F,
VanLaanen, Mrs. F. M. Jory,
and Raymond Jory moiored to
The Dalles Thursday and return
ed Friday evening. They made
the trip in Mrs. Agidius's car.
II. L. Harpham was biusy a
few days the last of the v. c:k
digging a new sewer.
Bathing Caps, 25, 35 and 50
cents Maupin Drug Store.
J. C. Pratt and family have
moved to their property viewing
the river. The cottage on Dufur
Avenue which was resold to Mrs
Jory was purchased of her by P.
J. King who will take possession
in a few days.
Good wire fencing 250 ft.
cheap Times office.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Staats
left Monday for Hood River and
The Maupin, council met in re
gular session' last night and re
discussed water and sidewalks.
Get Rid of the Flies. Black
Flag, Fly Tox-or Buhach for flics
and mosquitoes for sale at Mau
pin Drug Store.
A. Crabtree underwent an
operation in the Dalles Hospital
Friday morning. He is getting
along fine at the latest report.
Mr. and Mrs. George McDon
ald visited out at 0. B. Derthick
The first wheat to be delivered
this year at the Hunts Ferry
Warehouse was hauled from A,
A. Britton's place Tuesday.
- Leave Watch Repairing at
Maupin Drug Store. Reasonable
"George Cunuingham is riding
around in a new Chevrolette car.
Mrs. B. D. Fraley is helping
care for her father, who is ill in
The Dalles hospital, a few days
this week. Little Alma is a
guest at the Weberg home here.
Mrs. G. F. McCleod and litllo
son Jackie left Tuesday morning
for a visit at The Dalles" and
Mr3. Ilarlcy Brown who has
been visiting her sister Mrj.
James Chalmers left for The
I Dalles Tuesday where she will
Salt Cucumbers for pickles
Wcnted iii head of bogs to
ship about September 15-- H. L.
Mot , i J.
Mr. and Mrs.- Joe Chr.jtain,
I. N. Crabtree, Job Crabtree,
Earl Crabtree, Mrs. D. Tdcott,
Mrs- J. Donaldson, and Mrs. B.
D. Fraley were in The Dalles
Thursday to be with A. Crabtree
who was operated on.
The river was very muddy for
several days due to the effect of
the storms upstream.
Every thing for the Table
Prepare for winter with a nice lot of canned fruit.
Fhone us vour orders we do the rest.
In Stock at Times Office:
Carbon Paper, 25x39 inch pieces
Thin paper for tracing patterns
Butter paper and cartons
Typewriter paper and ribbons
Envelopes, commercial and 10 inch lengths
Cardboards, heavy to 24x46 inch sizes
Business and calling cards
Ruled letter paper part of this is ruled
on both sides---ideal farm stationery. Low
prices in lots of 100 or more. In tablet
form if desired
Call or Phone Main 231
The Maimin Times
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To Receive Pay
A deciufon in favor of the plain
tiff va.; rendered by tl" supreme
court of Oregon the hi lit r part
of the week in the case of E. J.
Fischer of Maupin versus .Joseph
R. Keep of the same locality,
and the National Surety company
The verdict awarded approxi
mately the sum of 2,000 to the
plaintiff for work and labor per
formed in connection with the
Eastern irrigation Power and
Lumber company immediately
west of Wapinitia, in the removal
of sawmill machinery. The plain
tiff was represented by Harry
Hoy of Portland and Paul W.
Childers of the defendant by C.
E. Sheppard of Portland. Cho
E ride rsby-Ward
The marriage of Mrs. Julia F.
Endcrcby to Roy A. Ward at
the Dalles last Monday earner a3
a surprise to their many friends;,
Mrs. Ward has been a resident
of the Wapinitia section most of
her life and is well knovn and
respected by all. She has success
fully managed her farm alone
for the past eighteen months.
Mr. Ward forme:!y lived in Lento
near Portland, but has spent the
A year or two in the Wapinitia
Mr. and Mrs. Wai J have the
heat wi.'ihts of all fur a Ion,
happy, and rrosp'.rou3 married
life. ' '
We have contracted the only two orehards of
peaches in Southern Wasco county and will be pre
pared to fill your orders.
What about your harvest supplies? Wc areprepar
ed with many specials to meet your needs at this time.
. If it ia groceries or meat you want phone us. If
the local phone oiliee is open we are. .
We are always at your service' Command us.
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