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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1923)
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
MAUPIN, SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 13, 1923
Grandma Cook Gone
Grandma Cook, mother of Mrs
It. Johnson, died this evening at
5 o'clock. One week ago today
Grandma celebrated her 100th
birthday. She was an honored
pioneer resident of this section.
A. Crabtree was operated on
in The Dalles hospital Tuesday.
This is the second time since
July that Mr. Crabtree ha3 had
to undergo an operation and his
friends sincerely hope he success
A. C. Martin is building an
addition to his residence.
Tarty at Victor
Are you down hearted? Come
Are you blue? Come.
Do you need cheer? Come.
Where? The Victor schoolhouse
When? Friday night Nov. 2.
Time? 8 o'clock Sharp.
- Why? Big school program and
general good time.
The Goblins, Ghosts, Witches
and Black Cats of the Tetor
school requests you to come and
forget your troubles for the
hay for sale at
Tygh Valley, Saturday, Oct.
Music by Plyler & Christison
Five Piece Orchestra
NEWS If EMS OF LOCAL INTERST
fWEfPNO MORE DEAR.
PATRON-WE COMFORT nn?)
Building or Remodeling,
Our free architectuaal
seryice can save you
The Smaller Sizes!3
of Coal are
and for many uses
Come in and we' will tell
you why and also why
you will use good judg
ment in getting your sup
ply now There's a
PHONE MAIN 72
305 Second St.
The Dalles, Ore.
Coleman Gas Lamps $7.50,
Coleman Gas Lanterns 16.50 at
Maupin Drug Store.
Hallowe'en parties are the
rage with all the young folks.
A basket social is scheduled for
the 31st. at Shaniko, followed by
J. W. Derthick returned to
day from the mountains west of
Dad Coale returned today from
a trip to Portland.
The balance of the high school
building roof needs some tar like
Fountain Syringes and Hot
Water bottles on sale at $1.00
each Maupin Drug Store.
Marion Farlow and Blaine Dis
brow leave Saturday for Oregon
C.ty, the latter will go from
there to Los Angeles.
Mi s. L. D. Kelly is spending
two weeks in The Dalles taking
Quite a number of people at
tended the dick shoot held Satur
day and Sunday by Harphams-
Pure t' st household remedies
are the best get them at Mau
pin Drug tjiore.
Mrs. E. A. Cyr's mother, Mrs
M. O. Neifcon is visiting here
this week from Bend.
Mrs- W. O. Miller of Portland
arrived in Maupin Saturday for
a short visit with friends.
Mrs. Sarah DamaH, sister of
Mrs. John Donaldson was operat
ed on at the Immanucl hospital
in Portland Monday for goitre,
at last report she was improving
F. C. Butler returned Friday
from Troutdale with a truck load
of cabbage and cauliflower.
The hunting party consisting of
L. C. Henneghan, Bates Shatuck
H E Wilson. Joe Kramer, Lay
Kaylor, and Ben Fraley returned
Saturday night from the Silver
Lake country with three deer.
Supt. Gronewald accompanied
by Mrs. Lulu D. Crandall and
Mr. Carlton visited the schools
here today. Mrs. CrandaU'f
dicussiou of local history was
Waoinitia Rebekah Lodge no.
194 will give a Hallowe'en party
and program at the I. O. O. F.
hall Tuesday evening October 30
at 8 o'clock. The public is invited
Another wreck of eleven cars
of lumber enroute north from
Bend, occurred Monday night on
single track above here. This
time three cars went into the
river, one of them top down. No
one was hurt and the wires were
not long out of commission.
This not a regular occurrence,
but the expense of trying out a
few cars of a new make, which
are proving too long for practi
Gladys Morrow of Maupin was
visiting relatives and friends
Sunday marked the opening of
the hunting of China Pheasants
in this county and quite a num
ber here were rewarded for their
skill with the scatter gun.
James Kistner is much improv
ed at this writing.
County health officers visited
this place on Saturday on com
plaint of tenants of the Highway
apartments and after viewing
same ordered a general clean up
and removal of some of the out
buildings a further distance from
the main building and as a conse
quence all the tenant will evacu
ate in the near future.
Highway engineer Frank Rus
sel made a count of all vehicles
passing through here from 6 a.
m. until 10 p. m. Sunday and the
total was close to the 200 mark
this count includes both motor
and horse drawn vehicles.
E. C. F'itzpatrick and son J.
Over Linquist' Jewelry
W.T. SLATTEN, D.D.S.
Stock Comes Far to Pacific International
h, ivi. m
Floyd Johnson of Sherar was
looking after hi? interests here
Milo Wood has moved his fam
ily onto their ranch on upper
Harry Brown and John Kenyon
made a trip to Antelope last
week gathering some horses to
pasture here this winter.
Claude Jones is delivering
wood to the Tum-A-Lum at
Donald Squires entered high
school here Monday and Harry
Hauser will start soon which
will bring the enrollment up to
the 20 mark with more to follow.
Mr. Wriggles a recent graduate
of th U. of 0. has been appoint
ed as assistant instructor in our
high school aud commenced his
duties last Wednesday and has
taken charge of the.athletics and i
the boys are getting a work out'
Local Legion Doings
Maupin Post 73 will meet every
first and third Mondays during
the fall and winter months.
On November 5th the 'Post
wishes that all member attend
as there will be something doing
Did you know the local Post is
trying to land a gym? Be here
on Novemder 5th at 8 p. m. and
hear about it. Also if you have
a good idea bring it along.
three times a week now.
C. T. Bonney and family were
visiting at the Highway apart
ments last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Doer
ing were visiting at the Chester
Brittain home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sloan are
home from their annual vacation
after visiting many points of
interests on the west side of the
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, Every Thing for the Table
We brought in a truck load of Danish Ballhead Cab
bage from Troutdale, Ore. Every head as solid as a
rock. Get your eabbage NOW while it is frest for
Kraut and winter use.
Price 3c a Pound
The sun has ceased to shine, the days are getting short
Take warning, prepare for those cold and.win.tery days
with a good supply of food.
We are here to serve you.
Quality Price Service
Another big Auction Sale Nov. 3rd, at Job Crabtree's
on the Hauser Ranch 10 miles east of Maupin on the
All Good Stuff-
Get a hand
bill and look it over.
The Paclflo International Live Stock
Exposition is held in Portland, Or.,
but it is "true to name." Livestock of
the best herds comes from all parts
of the continent to fight out the last
battle for supremacy In Its show ring.
Animate that win the purple ribbons
at ths Pacific International are at
good as the best anywhere.
The lower panol of the picture
shows the Thorp string of Jerseys
from California. They will be at the
Exposition in Portland November 3
to 1? to see If they are as good as the
Jercsys of Oregon, Washington, Idaho
and elsewhere. They have good Jer
seys in California, but they will meet
the best of the West at Portland.
The Insert above shows three very
typy Shorthorns that are coming to
our exposition. They are owned by
H. C. Lookabaugh of Oklahoma. They
will help make up a wonderful string,
but they will have to look their pret
tiest and beefiest It they win against
the other Shorthorn herds to be shown
Judges, without exception, vll he
men of national experience, and great
ability. The judging alone ! worth
a trip to see and hear.
There Is no livestock show held any
where In America that surpasses that
of the Pacific International. And th
bent of It Is that It Is near.
V UZ iDilitfU FED BAND- V made. l
H. who are running a band of
sheep on Nena Creek southeast
of Waninitia are visiting their
daughter and sister Mrs- H. E
McClain this week.
Guy Brittain has moved his
family into the Watkins house in
the south end of town.
There wa3 a large attendance
at Sunday School last Sunday
Our CANDEIES are FRESH
and of the Best Quality
Come to us with your financial problems.,
Wc will be glad to help as far as consistent with
sound banking principles,
If you are interested in the dairy business
we hava a booklet, "The Cow the Mother of
Prosperity," that you will be interested in. Ask
for your copy.
Maupin State Bank
We Strive to Merit Approval
under the leadership of D. C,