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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1927)
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The Dalles, Oregon
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Phone 300 Third and Washington Sts.
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Mix Up On Bridge.
While in Portland last week Jim
Woodcock figured in a slight mlx
jup. He was crossing the Broadway
j bridge and was run into by another
driver. Jim t car sustaining a badly
bent front fender. No one was in
jured and the car carried our city
recorder and family safely home on
o ELEVEN YEAR3 ACO o !
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From The Times Jan. 21, '18 '
Federal Roxit Inert.
A net addition of 9,417 miles to
the milage of improved roads in the
Federal-aid system waa made thru
the completion of projects during
the fiscal years 1926, according to
New Cat a Winner.
The new element in gasoline,
Ethyl, is proving to be ail that has
After an illness of several weeks
Mrs. C F. Greene died at her home
in this city yesterday morning at 8 the Bureau of Publie Boads of the
o'clock. The remains were taken to TTnitjwJ Stau. n.t..rtn..n f a.
the Portland crematory for disposal.
W. H. Williams bad a very cold
drive Saturday with the Bakeoven
mail. When he arrived at Mr. Fry-
been claimed for it As evidence: i mM'a both he and hi team were so
monaay morning Charley Brown
filled the tank of his Chrysler tUgo
with the compound. He put in eight
gallons in the receptacle and mado
I the round trip between Maupin and
I The Dalles. Tuesday morning, while
taking gas he told the service station
attendant to put in the usual amount,
eight gallons. The tank ran over
when four gallons had been put in
showing conclusively that the round
trip had been made on just ' four
Dr. Hess' Worm Powders' the best
to expel worms in all kinds' of live
'stock 50 cents a package at the
Maupin Drug Store.
PE RSON A LJVI ENTION
Lconnrd Farlow visited with his
mother nt The Dulles on Sunday
Frank Lister and The Times man
transacted bubinc.n at The Dulles
George Tlllotson went to Portland
Sunday for tho purpose of driving a
new truck to Maupin.
Chas. Crofoot and family mo
tored to The Dalles on a business
mission lust Saturday.
Mr; and Mrs. Lloyd Woodside
were in for the show, "For Heaven's
Sake," Sunday evening.
Carl Head of Sherars Bridge was
in town Wednesday, braving tho
snow to trade in Maupin
Orrln Fnrlow was in Maupin last
evening, being on his way home to
his homestead on Ncna creek.
A. Lincoln Hartman attended the
revival meetings several nights the
past week, coming In from Waplnl
Floyd McLeod was down from his
Criterion ranch and spent a couplo
of days in Maupin the latter pari, of
Cahs. Aycrs was In from Smock
Monday, having come to Maupin to J
, see his daughters, who are attending
J. II. Woodcock and family, who
have been in Portland forthe week
past, returned to their Maupin homo
' Monday evening.
' Harry Walther, of the .Waltber-
Williams company of The Dalles,
passed through Maupin Saturday
while on his way to Bend.
Mrs. Joe Riggles, who has been
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Maud
Hammer at The Dalles for the past
three weeks, returned home Tuesday.
Ad. Sehmld, superintendent of the
White River power plant, with his
wife, was attending to matters con
nected with his work, in Maupin on
Everett Richmond and The Times
man went to the Flat Tuesday, for
the purpose of bringing some prinio
nork meat " home. Tha moat enmc
from tho Shepflin ranch.
Dr. J. L. Elwood went to Linn's
mill Tuesday for the purpose of
placing a plaster cast on the limb of
Tim Linn, which was broken recently
in a fall from ft cliff on White River.
Alva Hammer, who has been at
tending school at The Dalles the past
two months has returned to Maupin
and expects to again enter the school
here. He cama
in on Tuesday's
EAST MAUPIN NEWS
Marcus Shearer and family"spent
part of last Sunday at the Fischer
home. ( . . j
Bob Fortune left for the hills and
o PICKED Up ABOUT TOWN o
John McMillan says he never
realized just how much home meant
to him until he arrived in Maupin
after six weeks spent in a hospital
at The Dalles. r The many friendly
greetings and congratulations ou his
return told him of the many friends
who were glad he is able to be out
and among us again. '
Ben Fraley declares Aimee Mc-
Pherson is the best little old adver
tiser in the country. The stunt she
bulled off gave her front page posi
tions on all the metropolitan papers,
and now that she has undertaken
an eight-months' lecture tour that
advertising will tend to fill every
house she shows in.
Mayor Butler likes dogs, but he
instates that Marshal Derthick carry
out the terms of the ordinance re
quiring licenses on all canines of
Maupin or else, to do away . with
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iilJoe Kramer "bawled us out,, just
after The Times was off the press
tlsst week, all because w cut prices
of admission to the Harold Lloyd
.show. At any rate his tirade showed
exhausted that Mr. Fryman, with a
fresh team, completed the trip.
Ora Maynard is digging a well on
his place at Wapinitia. When com
pleted the hole will be 47 feet deep
and 12 feet wide.
The first load of lumber to be used
in the construction of the drag store
arrived on the lot west of the post- J
office Tuesday afternoon.
The condition of the roads from
Maupin at present can be judged by
the return trip of A. C. Moad from
Maupin to Miss Herrling's at Cri
terion on Sunday. Time, eight
hours for the trip of 14 miles and
the team worn out
The fore part of the week exper
ienced the coldest weather in Mau
pin for the past 10 years. The mer
cury reached 11 degrees below zero
one night and only raised a few de
grees during the days of the cold's
Grandpa Brittain, who had been
ill for some time, died at Wamic
Wednesday morning. o
Sunday there were seven young
people baptized and received into the
church at Wapinitia.
L. D. Kelly shipped a carload of
hap in from Bend this week. It met
with a ready demand from the stock
men hereabouts, as their feed is
running very low on account of the
extremely cold weather.
culture. This bring the total of im
proved Fedral-aid roads up to 55,
902 miles. The improvement of
several transcontinental routes is
approaching completion. The Federal-aid
system has an aggregate
length of 182,134 miles.
Spirit Behind School
Band Makes Champion
Elkhart, Ind. It's the spirit of a
town, and not the number of its In
habitants that determines the size and
quality of Its blgh school Baud, ac
cording to Jamc F. Boyer, wldelj
known muslcluu und supervisor of tin
Coun Music Center here.
As proof of his contention, Mr.
Boyer cites the case of Juliet, Illinois
home of America's 1933 champion hlgb
school band Census figures give th
population of Joliet as under 50,000,
yet public-spirited fathers and musical
ly ambitious sons have here made pos
sible a 65-plece prlze-wlaaing band. Io
their natty full-dress uniforms, thi
boys made a sensation as they
marched down the streets of Fostorla,
Ohio, on their first lap toward national
She: "Wound you kiss me, even
if I told yoa not to?" ' i
He: "I sure Would."
She: "Oh goody! Then I can
mind Mamma." Ala. Rammer-Jammer.
"Why don't you advertise?"
Town Storekeeper: "No, siree. I
did that once and it pretty nearly
"How was that?"
"Why, people came in and bought
dern near all the stuff I had."
A West Virannia darkv a
- M ,""uw- " iy raie n ureae snowed ... ,
go to work ior Mr. Rooper of fa smith, recently announced a change
1K0- '.tu.;. u.. v in his business as follows:
,thms contradicted by merchants
who should patronize the paper with
John Mannoin is enjoying a visit regu,ar Bdvertisements.
Jim Rusic is spending a few days
from his work 'at the Troutman'
ranch with his family at East Mau
TUESDAY, FEB. 1
wo will begin our big annual
which will include all lines of
Wernmark's Shoe Store
204 Eait Second Street.
THE DALLES, OREGON
with East Maupin friends a few davs
of this week. j . " ', "--
, " Lew Wilhelm must have - been
some dandy in his younger days.
Last Saturday, while digging into
the innards of an old cedar chest, he
discovered a couple of suits of
clothes he long forgotten the ex-
J. H. McMillan has arrived in We"ce of- Amon other thinS
Maupin after spending 60 days in a iPrlhee Albert coat WM du UP- .
hospital in Tho Dalles. He is still x
on crutches. T We are trying to interest the High
o j school pupils in gettng out an issue
time on the East side. Elmer has; of The Times in the near future,
many friends here who are glad that If they" accept our proposition our
he is again among the denizens of readers may expect something new
East Maupin. jin the line of country journalism.
Art Fargher is at work on a brand
flew poem. He is trying to compose
someting that will have the immorta
lity of "Mary had a little lamb."
In speaking of wives Frank Crea
ger remarks that having gone with
out such a household necessity for
years he would have a hard time
getting accustomed to seeing a
Although weather has been any-1 woman about his domicile. -
thing but conducive to motoring,' , .; . . x
Verne Fischer Jjas his shop full "of J Ordinarily Bob Wilson is possessed
repair work. In fact it is all he and 'of an equable" mini!, but while con-
business as follows:
"Notice De copardnership here
tofore resisting between Me and
Mose Skinner is hereby resolved.
Dem what owes de firm settle with
me, and what the firm owes will
scttli with Mose."
"Give me a
walked down the
"When Fischer Fixes
Your Car It Stays
Ira Kistncr has gone to Two
Sprinpn, where he will set up ' and
follow a trap line, expecting to bo
gone for some time.
Dave Donaldson is assisting his
brother in the construction of a road
on the north side of Bakeoven reach-'
ing the John Donaldson ranch.
Marcus Shearer can do to keep, ths
work floor clear of cars coming in
John Mannion In Town. . - "
John Mannion tires of the com
pany of sheep as a steady thing so
hied himself to Maupin Saturday' for
a brief sojourn with city folks. John
knows o good thing when he sees it,
so placed his name on our subcrrip
tion books and will receive The Times
for tho coming-year.
Hauled Turbine In
I The Richmond truck was employ
led Monday in hauling the turbine
mid .toAiy &!1AV am pa-infa
last fall to tho depot in Maupin. The
turbine was sent! to San Francisco,
where a new one will be made, for
which tho old onq will serve as a
pattern. ' '
Greene Out Again.' ' "
j H. M. Greene suffered another at
tack of illness 'the 'latter part of last
week, his throat leaving been effect
ed. After remaining in the house a
few Hays Morris is around 1 again,
feeling .much better.
fined to the house last week he ran
out of "snooze", and as a conse
quence let his temper get the best of
his judgment!, At that the sore
throat he was entertaining at the
time destroyed his taste for the de
lectable Swede brown spit maker,
so he really did not care for the stuff
tBeing elected president of a bank
does not make the least change in
Lew Henneghan. In fact, he as
sumes a : more cosmopolitan air, if
that were possible, Bince he wa3
chpsen chief officer of he Maupin
Music Critic (To sweet young
thing) ; "How did you like the bar
carolle at the musieale last night?"
Sweet Young Thing:. "I didn't
stay t for . the refreshments, Mr.
Farmer: I'Samanthy, do you
want1 me to bring you anything from
the ii,ty today?" . .. ,
His Avif e : ' "Yes Si; you might
bring mo a few Jars of that traffic
jan I see advprtised in the. papers."
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