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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 23, 1923)
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
MAUPIN, SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY. OREGON. THURSDAY. AUGUST 23, 1923
NO. 46 j
Notice to Taxpayers
Notice is hereby Riven, that cn
Monday! September 10th, 1923.
the Board of Equalizatian will
attend, at the court house in
The Dalles, and publicly examine
the assessment rolls, and correct
all errors in valuation, descrip
tion or qualities of lands, lots or
other property assessed by the
This Byard will remain in ses
sion for the purpose of receiving
applications for such corrections
for a period of one week from
the above named date. All per
sons interested are requested to
appear at the place and during
the period appointed.
James A. Davis,
Leave Watch 'Repairing at
Maupin Drug Store. Reasonable
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Once ete7 seventy minuter
Shaniko Public Schools
Open Monday, September 3rd
SchultisL. Slayter, Intermediate;ThelmaE. Bonney, Primary
Standard High School
Clyde T- Bonney, Principal
given in addition to the regular high school work
High School Orchestra and Glee Gab
Athletics will be encouraged, the leading games will be
taught and if the attendance is sufficient, football, baseball
and track teams will be -organized. Application has been
made for membership in the Sherman-Gilliam county
Student Body Organization and Other Regular
High School Activities
Every effort will be made to assist worthy pupils desiring
to secure high school training. For further particulars
write the principal at Tygh Valley.
Attest: J. C. ADAMS, Chairman
G. II. REEDER, Clerk
No wedding3 this week,
Masters Elmore and Walter
Feltch went to Portland last
Thursday to visit their grand
parents Mr. and Mrs. E. Boubel.
Who with the boys will spend 10
days at the Beach.
Ethel Lddford is staying with
Mrs. Max Mayfield who is ill.
Roy Foster went to The Dalles
on Friday where he has employ
ment. His wife will join him
there on September 1.
L. J. Root returned to his home
in The Dalles Sunday.
F. T. Feltch went to The Dal
Leonard Farlow who spent a
few days last week with his par
ents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Farlow
returned to Towern, where he
ha3 employment. Mr. and Mrs.
Orin Farlow took him as far as
3400 mnn milea of marvela, beauty
and cotar notiiinit like it on earth
leiipittfttti'ysmft, urowlhwKrottoB, boiling
muMi'inm, ri&tui'e'n moist fantastic form
ations, in the m'uht of which are ttiaj
iiiljiViiJtotf'lR,cli;irrnin(rc(MjiKfiillaKrA, 8(iO mit'- ni matchless boulevards and
ell tlie conu'oru of home.
Scud for our booklet. It tolln tba thril
ling story of uu tore's wonderland. Our
THROUGH SLEEPING CAR
Operatod LtAILY during the seaaon
Portland ani West Yellowstone
Union Pacific System
Let our ropresorttiittvwi explnin th
vrio'is tours which euablo vuitort to
Bi'c tlio Yellowstone at minimum iot;
also quote hre, prepare your itinerary
and uiuke your reaorvatioM. Call on
R. B. BELL. Agsnt
iDllLlfh RED BAND madc by
lUUlllll l-vuu wniw Tiir I iRfiF!T PENCIL FACTORT
FAGLE PENCIL CO. PrtWYUHK,
NEWS HEMS OF
R. E. Wilson and family return
ed home from Portland Sunday,
after attending the funeral of
Mr. Wilson's father W. E. Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs W. II. Williams
Mr. and .Mrs. Bates Shattuck
and Mrs. F. C. Butler returned
home Saturday after a few days
outing in the Cascade mountains
near Mt. Hood.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Leevans
were over from Tygh Valley last
Get Rid of the Flies. Black
Flag, Fly Tox or Buhach for flies
and mosquitoes for sale at
Maupin Drug Store.
Pete Jory dropped a match in
the tickle grass near Clark
Richardson's barn yesterday that
burned over considerable grass.
The men came from their work
on the dam and succeeded in ex
tinguishing the fire before it
reached any buildings.
Bo Wilson is employed this
week constructing a battle ship
Marjorie Carson of The Dalles
is a guest oi tne ivaiser ana
Stovall homes this week.
Maupin school will open Mon
day, September 10th. Four
teachers are employed this year.
The concrete work on the
spring dam is completed, 2xl2's
are being bolted onto the frame
work. Power concrete mixer for Rent
Saves the wages of 4 men
Portland Painless Densist, 305
Second St., The Dalles, Oregon,
over Linquist Jewell v Store.
Rooms 1, 2, 3.
Mrs. M. F. Van Laanen return
ed home Monday night from
East Lake where she accompani
ed Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Henn--g-
han who wili remain a few weeks
H. L. Morris and family and
Melvin Jory left for the mount
Good fall and winter pasture
ateasonable rates for a bunch
of cattle or horses. This lays
along the river A. F. Martin
C. B. Dahl was a business visit
or here yesterday.
Cash buyers waiting. If you
want to sell let me hear your
proposition II. L. Morris
D. M. Shattuck and son Jack
arrived in Maupin this afternoon
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Walther
and children of The Dalles pass
ed through herr today enroufe
to Elk Lake on a camping trip.
Grain is coming to the local
warehouse in greater quantities
this week than yet this season.
Clifford Cervin and Miss Agnes
Piatt were married at Fairview
Wn. last week and returned to
Wamic Friday where they will
make their home for the present.
Mrs. Hilda Thomas of Elgin,
Oregon, is spending a few weeks
with her father John Cervin who
was so badly hurt by runaway
horses some time ago. He is
getting along as well as could be
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A double headed special train
passed through here this morn
ing over the 0. T. arriving at
Prineville at 11. They will re
turn tonight. The attraction is
the sugar beet project contem-
plated for that section.
ill b( a Snndav school
picnic at the upper White river day- They stayed over night at
bridge commencing at 11 o'clock.'10 p- I?- Driver and W. E. John
next Sunday the 2Gth given by 8011 homes
the delegations from Pine Grove) we had high tempcrture here
and Smock. Everybody invited. a few day3 last week getting up
. . , 1 to 100 Thursday and 1)5 Friday.
by the wagon load from the De
Camp-Greene, and Johnson or
chards. The city council met in regular
session last night. No particular
business was brought before the
meeting. The water committee
reported no reply from Mrs.
Staats on the counsils provisional
offer of $8000 for the present
water system and supply.
Little Edith Morrison is attend
ing the kindergarten classes at
the Seventh Day Ad ventist camp
meeting convened at Hillsboro
this week. She was accompani
ed there by her mother, ye scribe
but plans to return be her sell'
next Monday or Tuesday.
Ray Smith and wife and Earl
Smith and young Carland of
Astoria passed through here en
route home from a visit in Prine
ville. Mrs. Smith and Miss Na
omi Smith are linotype operators
on the Astoria Budget. Ray tells
of meeting Clyde 'Williams in
Frezno, Calif, a year ago. where
Clyde and his mother make their
F. D. Stuart is erecting a gar
age 12x20, doing the carpenter
J. L. Confer has built a scow
at the local lumber yard to take
up to Clear lake. The little boat
J if I I f PL ! 1 fill...
is Hit long Dy 6 it wiae. me
bottom is pitched on both sides
and the upper part will be paint
ed. Mr. Confer is looking for a
name for it.
Roy Batty's report the loss of
a dozen chickens and a pig in
the storm Tuesday night.
An electrical storm w as exper
ienced Tuesday night, accompan
ied by hail stones as large as
hen's eggs, and of peculiar
shapes, James Chalmers delcares
they were as large as ostrich
Dr. Elwood attended Mrs.
Charley Crofoot Tuesday for
rheumatism in her feet. He
visited Mrs. W. E. Woodcock
who is much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Johnson
and Miss Claris Zumwalt went
to The Dalles Thursday.
Mr, and Mrs. Neely are visit
ing at the Al Bernhagen home
C. S. McCorkle and Miss Flor
ence Hertig were up from Port
land last week at the Frank Ma
Mrs. A. G. Harvey and child
ren and Mrs. J. D. Campbell
and Mrs. P. B. Driver and baby
went to the D. E. Miller home
Thursday where little Val was
sick with bowel trouble. Mrs.
Harvey went to Maupin to have
her arm treated for a nail wound
She had an accident or two be
fore reaching home, having an
axel broken. P. B. Driver and
J. D Campbell went after them
Floyd Johnson has taken
charge of the Sherar hote l and
moved there Thursday.
Mrs. Guy Brittain and baby
Jack, visited her grandmother
and Carmel Woodcock from Tygh
Valley last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Prout and
(Leone Zumwalt visited here Fri-
day, Saturday and Sunday from
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Patison
came out from The Dalles Satur-
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Every thing for the Table
We arc receiving fresh peaches daily from the De
Camp-Greene and Richard Johnson orchards. We
have contracted the crops on both orchards. Will be
prepared to fill your orders with nice fresh stuff at the
right price. We will be pleased to receive your orders
now and fill them as the peaches ripen.
We have also contracted the L. D. Kelly tomato crop.
The crop will not be as large as last year.
Below are two numbers of our grocery stock that we
arc pleased to recommend to our customers. Depend
able Coffee and White King Washing Machine soap.
Wc have the Ball Mason and Ball Ideal with the
glass top. No better
made than Balls.
We are at
Ice Cream Soft Drinks
Billiards and Pool
Our Ice Cream Sodas are the best in town
A Rottle of Blitz just hits (the spot)
Come to us with your financial problems.
We will be glad to help as far as consistent with
Bound banking principles,
If you are interested in the dairy business
we have a booklet, "The Cow the Mother of
Prosperity," that you will be interested in. Akk
for your copy.
Maupin State Bank
We Strive to
The Quarterly meeting for the
church at Maupin will be held
by Elder W. N. Coffee, a man
well known to the people here.
The meeting will begin on Fri
day evening of this week. There
will be services Friday evening,
Saturday evening, Sunday, 11 n.
m. and Sunday evening. All are
welcomed, come and enjoy the
services with us. A. D. Sprouse
"Uncle" Hank Harpham has
completed the laying of drain
pipes from the hotel to the cess
pool back of the confectionary.
Bars Swift's White Laundry Soap $1