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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (July 22, 1926)
Monday Evening, July 26
r. W. S. Haley Co,
FEATURING WARING, MfiSTEfi MAGICIAN
HALEY IN CHARACTER SKETCHES AND Y0DELIN6
Valuable Presents Given Away
This company is refind, in every way and
its entertainments will please all. Dr.
Haley is a lecturer of national repute and
brings a message beneficial to all.
rj I J T T I
jltems of Shanikoj
G. W. Mallatt and Elmer
Brown of Bakeoven Flat started
their combine today. From the
looks of the wheat in the 'field
they may expect a pretty fair
Elmer Stilling:, with wife and
baby, are in ton today. Elmer
tells us that he quit the, Bennett
ranch and intends to go to Enter
prise and try his luck there.
For three days last week Gus
Reeder was wondering why the
water in the city water tanks
was low, no matter how long he
kept the pumps going, until one
morning the nicest little spring,
coming out from under the side
walk in front, of the Columbia
Southern hotel, solved the mys
tery. After close investigation
by John McCarg, our handy man
about towrv it developed that
the water pipe underneath
the hotel had burst and formed
a lake, Ja some places two feet
C. B. Walker, inspector for
the Department of the Interior,
is in an 1 around Shaniko for a
few days, doing field work for
his department, so you home
steaders better look out and come
up to the requirements of . the
law. Mr. Walker knows the
country around here pretty well,
coming here on duty for seven
years', consequently understands
the needs and troubles of home
steading. J. A. Hastings, county road
supervisor at Antelope, states
that the work of straightening
and filling in the road at Cross
Hollow on the Shaniko-Antelope
road is progressing favorably of
late and that the roadbed will be
ready for rocking in about ten
Tom Gavin, senior member of
Gavin-Wheeler Co., states that
business is very good- That
store has a large list of custom
ers from near and far, because
it handles most anything needed
in this territory. What elated
Mr. Gavin - most was that he
could supply F. R. Wharton,
Ashwood with (now don't laugh,
for it is a fact) two goat single
trees. There is many a country
store that does not know what a
goat singletree is.
Mr. Gavin had a phone call
from the Hartman store at Wapi
nitia asking him to inform P. E.
Conroy of the loss of a pack
horse in the mountains. Jt is
not known how the loss occured.
E. M. Stevens, of the Burnt
Ranch and Muddy company,
shipped about three carloads of
prime beef cattle to Portland
Saturday, half black and half
Don't complain of the high
cost of living, better cut down on
the cost of high living.
The auction sale of Jim Robin
son was not very well attended,
owing to the busy season of the
farmers right now.
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Voght Block, The Dalles, Ore.
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NEWS OFPLNE GROVE
Mr. and Mr. Christie, who
have been cooking at the Haller
Bros, construction camp on the
Skyline road, have quit their job
and returned to Portland. Mrs.
Maud Hammer succeeds them zi
Fred Heller and bride have
rented the Shepflin cottage' for
the season and will be at home
to their many friends.
J. S. Brown and Orville Mat
hews are hauling baled hay to
the road camps.
County Commissioner Marx
has began blasting on the reser
vation grade, where the county
is to spend $8000 in improve
ments. . Walter Sharpe and family have
moved from Hedin'a mill to
Beaver creek, where they will
have charge of the cook house
for Lickman & Lewis, road con
tractors. Contractor Lickman has gone
to Rainier, Wash., to begin on a
new road contract under Joplin
& Eldon, who recently secured a
Mrs. Blanche E. Hedin and
daughter, Nova, are visiting
relatives in Portland and in
Earl Birchard made a trip to
The Dalles Sunday night after
part3 for Mr. Temple's of Dufur,
car, which broke down at Pine
Grove that afternoon.
Many auto picnic parties have
been here from the Plains over
the week end. Nearly all paid
the Burchard ice cream parlor a
visit, while the demand for gas
is heavy by mountain travelers.
Mr. Burchard is considering the
installation of a modern 500
gallon gas tank and pump.
Mr. Wilheltn, assistant water
master, has been on Wapinitia
Plains this week attending to
stock water matters.
Ishom West reported a limit
catch of trout in the mountains
Sunday. - '
Charley Davis, who spent a
week at Bend, visiting relatives,
is back on the farm.
J. S. Brown made a flying trip
to The Dalles, taking Mr. Charles
Gable and children back home!
after a week's visit at the Brown
Linns' mill has a temporaav
shut-down while awaiting the
installation of repairs and a
"Dad" Cole of Maupin and
Gotleib Teshner met on the high
road near Pine Grove and traded
a horse for a mule. Each claims
the long end of the deal, so
everything is O. K. on that
A. E. Brown and family made
a flying trip to Pine Grove with
repafts for the Wapinitia Irriga
tion company's auto last week.
Rev. V. A. Mathews of Sim
nasho is off for a two weeks' va
cation. He and Mrs. Mathews
went to Seattle to attend the C.
E. convention and from there
they went to other coast points.
Quite a quantity of water is
coming down the main ditch at
this time, but it can be used for
stock purposes only.
Mrs. N. G. Hedin is visiting
relatives in Portland for a few
The wheat crop on the Flat
this year exceeds all expecta
tions, both in quality and yield.
This is very encouraging in J
light of an extremely dry season.
Arthur Rice and wife and A.
L. Hays and son, Earl, all of
Portland, were week end guests
of Mrs. Louisa Rice.
Mrs'. L. A, Rice left on Tues
day for a two week's vacation at
Bay Ocean, Oregon.
Mrs. Fred Laughlin has re
ceived a letter from her sister in
California which conveyed the
information that she was on her
way to Wapinitia for ah extend
A. Lincoln Hartman is busier
than the proverbial cranberry
merchant these days, waiting on
ice cream and cold drink customers.
Wm. Beckwilh and family took
a pleasure jaunt to The Dalles
Posters have been received by
Maupin business men announc
ing the Pendleton roundup for
1926- The dates set are Septem
ber 15-16-17-18 and the big show
promises to eclipse all others of
a like nature ever held. The
ranges have been combed for
really wild horses and the remu
da obtained is said to be the orn
erest and "buckingest" ever as
sambled. It is" likely that a
number from here will arrange
to attend the show. .
305 SECOND STREET
Over Pounil's Jewelry Store, .The Dalles
Oregon, will mnk you
A Full Set of Teeth
fully guaranteed to fit and give satisfaction
Bridge Work $9.00 per Tooth
Painless Extraction $1.00
W. T. Slatten, D. D. S.
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We have the latest equipment for Balloon
and High Pressure Vulcanizing
F. D. Frazier's Tire Shop
DUFUR, - - OREGON
and General Machine Work
Cylinder Grinding, General Machine Work, Truing
Crankshafts, Making Pistons and Ring, Bearings,
All Sizes Made to Order. Sheet Metal Workers
Complete Line of Parts for All Makes of Cars
Full Line of Lakers Springs
Electric and Oxy-Acetylene
609 East Second Street
THE DALLES. ORE
Vacation Days are Here!
200 course wool ewes. For
particulars write or phone A. B.
Mathews, Sherars Bridge, Ore
Piano Must Be Sold
Will sacrifice fine piano in
storage near here for immediate
sale. Will give easy terms to a
responsible person. For full
particulars and where it may be
seen, address Portland Music Co.
217-6th St., Portland Ore. 37-t3.
School is out and it's time to
take the little folks to the'
ocean beacli for that vaca
. - tion so long counted on.
the premier beach resort of
. he Northwest invites you.
Hotels, .cottages, golf, surf,
$ 1 $30 Round Trip
via Oregon Trunk Ry.
. Return Limit Oct 31
Trains leave 12:58 A. M. daily except Saturday.'
11:48 P.M. Saturdays.
Tickets, Reservations, Folders, etc., of
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T, F. & P. A. Va Central Oregon line