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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1927)
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GOVERNOR PATTERSON IS DRY
Governor Patterson has comj out
flat-footed against infraction of the
18th amendment in this state. In a
recent address the governor insisted
that he will appoint men on the state
law enforcement force who will see
to it that bootleggers and . moon
shiners be apprehended and . pun
ished for their work. .
Oregon has its share of rum-runners,
bootleggers, moonshiners and
others who scoff at the Volstead
law. Heretofore there seems to have
been no special effort made, except
in a few counties, to apprehend and
punish malefactors against the law.
It is an outstanding fact that when
one desires a flask or case of booze
in the larger cries it can be found
and delivered. - Notwithstanding
the efforts of city police officials to
gather in Such dealers booze ped
dlers thrive end grow fat upon the
revenue derived from their illicit
business. Governor Patterson has
struck the right chord, and Oregon
ting may expect a lessening of the
traffic of liquor as soon as our chief
executive has. filled the. prohibition
department of the state with capable
The eastern legislator who pror
poses to introduce a measure in his
state house of representatives pro
hibiting the making-and disposal of
mince pies as a retaliatory measure,
against an anti-cigarette law, must
have had a touch of nightmare
caused by eating the modern pie.
Surely the pies, mother used to make
always set well on the stomachs of
those who ate them.
Congress is considering favorably
the McNary-Haugen farm relief bill.
If that measure becomes a law it
may have the effect, of causing the
farmers to consider congress in a
If there is a farmer in this sec
tion who is not possessed of a spirit
of optimism at this time, that man
should be compelled to move from
the farm and take up residence in
Read The Timet $1.50 the year. '
AUDITORIUM, The Dalles
SUNDAY AND Tarx an ,
MONDAY JcUn- pU-OI
;Ty " t1ouch
l it run wis bayonet through
"V your foul carcass 1 "
They would fight or , u one man, those
Sllant Gestes that's why ,.
Herbtrt Brenon's Paramount Production
is ' 'tht yar's greatest melodrama " with
Company's Own. Touring Orchestra of 15
POifK'SMatinee 50c 75c, $1.10
Ink i j Night....50c, 75c, $1.10, $1.65
OREGON NEWS NOTES
Taker project gets $450,000,
Owyhee $2,000,000, and Vale $1,-
vvv.vw, v. .
I Eugene woolen mills have 80 em
ployes, drawing $109,000 wages a
Baker City Oregon Copper Com
pany will prospect this winter with
diamond drills. .
North Bend. ...Orders received, for
140,000 cedar railroad ties for Japan.
John W. Gates, in . Hillsboro,
raises best acre of fiber flax in Ore
gon. ' Albany Oregon Milk Company
wil erect a milk condensary here.
Portland shipped 5,786,208 bushels
wheat in September, 25,000,000
pounds prunes in one month,. and has
had 50 per cent gain in number of
Clatsop County has issued 310
commercial clam-digger licenses this
Bandon Oil propecting indicates
good oil possibilities, on Souther!and
. Marshfield Coos Veneer & Box
Company increases . capital from
! $100,000 to $300,000. -
Portland Jade deposits have been
' uncovered in Eastern Oregon.
She: "My brother doesn't smoke,
swear, or drink." ;
He: "Does he make all his own
Hotel Clerk: "Why, how did you
gt here?" -
Smith: "I just blew ia from the
West with a bunch of cattle."
Hotel Clerty "Well, where are
the rest of them?" ,
Smith: "Down at the stockyard.
I ain't as particular as they are."
"1 near that you are going to give
.our mother-it-law an automobile for
"leu, but It. Is guaranteed not to
run more than half way from her
house to mine, without breaking
my brothel's body and
News Of Busy Shaniko
The 26th annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Eastern Oregon
Bank of Shaniko was held In Shani
ko on Junuary 15. An election of
officers was part of the business
taken up, those elected being:
President T. S. Hamilton .
Vice-Presidents J W, Hoeek, A.
Cashier R. E. Casebolt.
Directors T. S. Hamilton, J. W.
Hoeck, L. Barnum, T. A. Connoly,
All the stockholders, with the ex
ception of Mr. Hamilton, were pres
ent at the meeting. During the
afternoon and evening of the day
mentioned six separate meetings of
the bank stockholders' and directors
were held, the lust one dissolving in
the early hours of the morning. ' 1
T A. Connolly did not wait for
breakfast the morning after the
bank meeting, but left for his horn
near Maupin as soon as the meeting
Terrill Casebolt, formerly of
Shaniko, but now working in the
First National bank at The Dalles,
attended the bank meeting on Satur
day and incidentally visited with
friends and relatives here.
Word was received here of the
death of Mrs. Rydal Wood' father.
Mrs. Brazeau has been ill this
Pete Conroy was in town last
Saturday transacting business.
D. D. Wilson was in from Ridg
way last Saturday.
People here were surprised one
morning recently when they came on
the streets to site a Yakima-Bend
truck stranded on the street with a
i broken axlo.
Mrs. E. E. Fine spent Saturday
and Sunday at the D. D. Wilson
home. ' .
Andy Patjens and son, Ernest,
were transacting business in Shaniko
Wm. Gott made a business tr(p to
The Dalles last Thursday
Melvin Bryant is visiting Miss
Spalinger at the Lang residence this
ween , , i
! Carl Schmdt, the potato king of
The Dalles was distributing potatoes
in Shaniko Monday. . '
Mrs. Bell Kimsey was In Shaniko
Monday, boosting the Clarno oil
Miss Florence Cavan is visiting at
l the Wheeler home.
Ruby Powell has returned to
school. Some members of her fam
ily have been sick with colds and
Grandpa Hartman has been con
fined to the house the past week on
account of a hard cold. It seems to
have affected his hearing.
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Carl Powell returned to The
Dallei. lie exptcU to go to work on
street or road job.
Hank Harpham Was a visitor it
the hotel on Tuesday.
N. G. Hedin mi the butcher at
Waplnitla Tuesday. Newt says there
is only one mud hole between Wap
lnitla and Pine Grove and that one Is
five miles long.
A number of Waplnitla people are
attending the revival meetings at
Maupin this week.
Rev. Hazen was a visitor In Wapi- i
nltla Tuesday. He reports interest J
In the meetings he tl holding there as ,
being very good.
A. Lincoln Hsrtman says business
la picking up. lie soia several iron
ing boards the past week
Fog and more fog with very rough
R. Ruffer made a trip to Maupin
on Tuesday with a load of hogs that
were butchered for the local mar
ket Ray Wrenn and wfe from Seattle
moved into the Chas. Farlow house
Edw. Carter and Ray Wrenn are
cutting wood for F. T. Feltch.
Mrs. Hazel Ledford and children
of Yakima. Washington, are visiting
at the S. G. Ledford home
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Jones are at
the Bargenholt home for the winter.
Mr. Halbrook, the government
trapper, is located at the rangor sta
Marlon Duncan is in a hospital at
The Dalles and recently underwent
an operation. It is said Ke is recov
V. E. Edmonds .wife and children
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr Bradway continues poorly.
R. C. Scott has installed a patent
feeder for stock, especially hogs.
. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Joknson, who
had their house rebuilt on the Big
Pasture, are spending some weeks at
the home of his brother, Wa-vne, and
Mr. and Mrs. Kroll and DXorothy
are spending a time in Portland at
wie noma 01 oin. ivrow mm
Albert Hill and wife wicn the ra't
of . the family, were visitors at tho
Cecil Mayfield home on Sunday.
Charles Kroll and Clarence Yfrtnn
are cutting wood for Albert HOI.
Ed. Dlsbrow repaired Cecil Huff's
car last week.
Henry Kramer Is hauling logs to
be cutat his mill as too naq weathar
permits In the spring.
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Opinions differ on most every subject, but
there is one matter that everyone agrees with,
and that is the matter of saving money. And
when that is settled the matter of which bank
to," patronize comes up. We can settle that ar
gument by saying that our bank is the logical
one 'for people of this part. We make our
customers' business our business, Pay close at
tention to details and guard all accounts as tho
they Were our own. Try us and become con
vinced out statement is true,
Maupin State Bank
"That's new one on me," said
the monkey, as he scratched his
"Just think of It I" exclaimed
Flora, the romantic. "A few words
mumbled over your head and you're
"Yes," agreed Dora, the cynical.
"And a few words mumbled in your
sleep and you're divorced."
Shoes and Repairing
UWo County's Exclusive
Shoes for the General Repairing
Whole Family The Dalles, Ore.
FEBRUARY 5 BENEFIT DANCE
FEBRUARY 12 MASK BALL
1 ARCH 17 ST.
APRIL 2 SPRING DANCE
Tom. tntn mv enclosure last July
y... hrinHia row with white face,
b ears brand DC on left flank; half
cr.ip on left ear. Sinco being there
wv r - - - . 4.;!.. J 1.
has Jal caU. owner is nounuu vu
nronertv. cav charges and tako
uiuvv r--r . . .
same t?' otherwise the cow and
calf wil. b 0'd to cover same.
Dated De member 30, 1926.
Six miles sou"1 Wamic- 8'U
On or about November 1, 1925,
40 head of horses wee takon out of
the pasture. Branded T or lazy 6-6
on left flank. Anyone t any time
hearing of or knowing, anything
about these Horses please address
J. W. Willlami,
8-tf Gateway, Oregon.
ESTRAY NOTICE Came td my
place about a month ago one bay
mare about six years old; bears
the following marks or brand -6
on rlgh't shoulder; white hind
foot; little white on right hind
foot. O wner ia notified to call
prove p operty, pay charges and
take same away. If ibis is not
done I uill advertise sanic and sell
according- to law. C. H. Dahl,
Badger 0,-eek Ranch, Tygfi Val
ley, Orego-.n. - P-W
FOR SALE---One buck, two wethers,
five ewes. $85.00 takes the bunch.
H. L. Mn- rri. Maunin. ll-t2
FOR SALE A-l Coal burning Col-
,ony Brop der BOO chick. Trice
reasonabl e T trade for chickens.
FOR SALE A few good registered
Short Horn bulls, all ages. In
quire at May 'i ranch, Tygh Val
FIVE STEEL HAND POWER
Stump pullers, $30 each. Horse
power $75 1 automatic gates,
WaUrwheils, hand well-bores,
ill- 3rd, Rvnton, Washington.
R F BELL, Agent. Maupin, Oregon
EDW. II. Mc ALLEN, T. F. & P. A.,
.THE BANK HOTEL
fha one place In The Dallas to
make the rancher and out-of
town fellow fail at home.
The Home of
AIso all kinds of
cases, pies, rolls,
and everything else in
THE BEST PASTRY
The Dalles, - - Oregon
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. making direct yr
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Inquire I Jra, H. F. Bothwell. Il-t2 I