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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1923)
Devoted to the'Interests of Southern Wasco County
MAUPIN, SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY. OREGON. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 13, 1923
Christmas Eve Radio
"Tune in on KGW, Christmas
Eve" is the recommendation of
the State Department of The
American Legion. Commencing
at 9PM, the legion's program on
the spirit of Christmas will be
broadcast over the Oregonian
Station. An entertainment pro
gram of high order is promised
with Cassiu.sR.Peck of Portland.
head of the Jegion's American
ism Commission in Oregon, deliv
ering the legion's Yuletide mes
sage. Musical talent, some of
Portland's finest, will appear on
the program. '
Use Disbrow's auto writer and
save time for both pupil and
teacher and also get better re
sults. A. A. Disbrow Steven
NEWS ITEMS OF LOCAL INTERS!
Shaniko Public School
Mother Goose and the Nursery Bnyme Folks
. by Primary
Tommy's Christmas Party . by Intermediate
Miss Molly . by High School
Rastus and His Banjo
Thursday Evening, Dec. 20, at 8 o'clock
General Admission 50c
Reserved Seats 75c
An addition is being built on
the north side of the W J.
Harris Cash Store which will be
used for residence apartments,
thereby giving the entire space
of the main building to store'
room and display space. East
Maupin riow boasts of the larg
est store stock and business ever
experienced on that side of the
Dr. Elwood has a radio install
ed at his office here.
Butler's have an excellent
assortment of fresh high class
candies. See their windows.
Big line of Christmas toys and
Holiday goods on display at the
Maupin Drug Store.
Disbrow's auto writer will
save its cost in a few clays and,
used properly will last a lifetime'
A. A. Disbrow Stevenson Wn.
Mrs,, Eva Harpham and chil
dren returned home Saturday
from a two months vacation and
visit with relatives in the Valley
Geo Morris was hauling dirt
Saturday from the old bank cor
ner to his property on Dufur
Fountain Pens, Priced for suit
able gifts fur Christmas $1.00
up. Maupin Drug Store.
No child Iparning to write
should be without Disbrow's
auto writer. A. A-' Disbrow
The Times for a year would be
an appreciated Christmas gift
by your friends living away
American Legion Smoker and Dance
n n n n i i
R. Johnson is hauling dirt
from the old , bank corner and
the rear of the Harpham hotel
property, improving his resi
dence property occupied by A.
Disbrow's auto writer is on
sale at The Times office. A few
of them are here in stock, while
Word received from R: W.
Richmond at Vernonia states
that it is raining there and not
Mrs. II. R. Kaiser was a Dalles
visitor this week.
Dave Donaldson sold the part
of his property accross the river
to Jim Rusic and has built a
temporary dwelling to bemused
for a woodshed later.
Portland Painless Densist, 305
Second St., The Dalles, Oregon,
over Linquist Jewelry Store.
Rooms 1, 2, 3.
Gillette and Auto Strop Safety
Razors $1.00 each. Maupin Drug
' A few skirmishes of snow fell
in Maupin 'Friday night which
melted the next day. Frosty
nights have been weather feat
ures this week.
Butler's Ford truck and Oldq-
mobile roadster may park side
by side in their new home, now,
without taking up needed stor
age room of the store basement,
since the neat little' garage was
Dad Coale went to Portland
last Thursday night to dispose
of a shipment of about $1700
worth of furs. Since his return
home he has a numberof exciting
stories to tell again.
Andee Kistner left here last
week for the John Day country
where he will try his luck at
Mr. and Mrs. II. E. McClain
were business visitors in Maupin
Forest and Burke have pur
chased the Crescent garage here
which has been operated byF.E
McCorkle and the new firm took
over the business this week. Mr.
Forest is an expert mechanic
having been with the Buick
people in The Dalles ' for a
numler of ' years and comes
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Notice is hereby given that
the County Superintendent of
Wasco Countv, Oregon, will hold
the regular examination of appli
cants for State Certificates at
his office in the Court House as
follows: Commencing Wednes
day. December 19, 1923, at 9:00
o'clock a. m. , and continuing
until Saturday, December 22,
1923, at .4:00 o'clock p. m. Pro
grams may be had upon applica
tion to Supt. A. E. Gronewald,
Dr. Elwood made a trip to
The Dalles Tuesday.
I B U
Singing, Music, Boxing and Wrestling
The Old-Fashioned Steps Mingled with the New
The bouts are matched with the
best talent the community offers
' . Those that are
Those that "would be"
Those that have been
Those that will be
Don't miss this annual smoker as it will be the best
that the Maupin Post has yet put over
Dec. 31, 1923 I. O.O. F.Hall
The American Legion Post 73
I ,4 SYELLOW PENCIL 11 MMiitwwoimmcuNTO J
U0 "iDi&lft RED BAND V MADE .BY I
Why not send your Friend a nice Ham for Xmas?
This may appear to be foolish, but really folks,
it is good common sense.
Our stock of Xmas candies and nuts are complete
All specially priced for Xmas trade.
In making up that big feed for Xmas, Remember
we arc thd people that have
Every Thing for the Table
New Crop Oranges are Chcapejr ,
The Crandall Undertaking Co.
The Dalles, Oregon
Licensed Enbalmers , . Motor Equipment , J,
F. C. BUTLER MAUPIN
E. C. PRATT, VVAMIC III
George Lofton our tonsorial
artist was visiting relatives and
freinds in Iinod River last week
and says that most of the
'peaches"' down that way look
like they were frost bitten.
Andy McCabe our popular
blacksmith was visiting in The
Dalles last week and ordered a
chestnut tree which he will plant
n front of his shop.
J. E- Feck highway engineer
spent Sunday with his family in
Mrs. II. A. Muller, son Paul
and daughter Regina were
Dalles visitors Saturday taking
in the football game while there.
The Highway department are
erecting an office building in the
auto park, and should a flood
come as we experienced a year
ago -they will need a pilots license
and considerable experience in
the art of navigation before they
reach the Columbia.
Miss Marie Kerr was taken to
the hospital in The Dalles last
week ; and operated on for
appendicitis and at last reports
was doing nicely.
Martin Wing visited his father
in The Dalles hospital last week
and reports him slowing improv
ing. Fred Miller v;as a rooter at
The Dalles-Albany football game
in The Dalles Saturday.
Ralph Chandler- and family
and Floyd Johnson and family
spent Sunday visiting relatives
Guy Brittain and Claude Jones
visited at the Marion Duncan
home on Smock prarie Friday.
Lancaster and Baird, come
dians, are billed for the I.O.O.F.
hall at this place Friday Dec. 14
and their posters claim that it is
the only show of its kind in the
MAUPIN WHSE. CO.
HAVE ON HAND
WHITE FEED OATS
WHITE MILL RUN
HAY RYE SALT
STAR A SHINGLES
Wc Invite you to look over our quality and
prices before buying elsewhere
Maupin Warehouse Company
GEO. L. MORRIS. MGR.
State Income Tax
facts in regard to the
new btate Income lax
Married persons $2000.01) Single persons $1000.00
One percent on the first $1000.00 above exemptions,
rate raises 1-4 percent on each additional $1000.00
to 2 percent; then raises 1-2 percent on each addi
tional $1000.00 to a maximum of (i percent on all
incomes of $12,000.00 or more.
TAX EXEMPT SECURITIES: .
AllU. S. Securities exempt, State Securities not
exempt. All dividends are subject to tax.
DATE FOR FILING RETURNS:
Returns for 1923 must be filed on or before
March 30th, 1924.
Ilaupin Stale Bank
We Strive to Merii Approval