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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (May 19, 1927)
Thursday, May 1 , 1927.
THE MAUPIN TIMES
The Dalles Mail Clerks
vs. Bend Mail Clerks
- ; AND .
The Dalles-Bend Game Starts-at
1:00 o'clock P. M., and the Grass
Valley-Maupin Game Immediately
following. . . . . " "
ADEH1ISSIOW . . 20C-3SC
1 Jimmy Nelson cf the Dufur Dis-j
I patch kw a welcome caller at The J
Times office Sunday. j
left Maupin Tue!lay morning for
Gateway where he ' will visit hl
daughter, Mr. Homer, for a few
Oscar Hammer of Wapinitia has
btun engaged in helping Richmond
rJtv.ii haiilincr of nowder. lit
started to work Tuesday.
Joe Ragles went to The Dalles
Monday to b present during the
operation on his daughter, Mrs.
Maud Hammer. ,
L. C. Henneghen, with his wife,
her mother, Mrs. Batty, sister.Mrs.
Mike VanLaanan and Mrs. James
Chalmers drove to Th? Dalles last
Mesdames W. E. Zumwalt and
Herbert Morrow were shoppers in
Maupin from Wamic last Friday.
LaVerne Fischer attended the
dance at Wamic last Thursday even
J. W. Pratt was among those from
Wamic who attended to business in
Maupin last week Friday.
Fiske Bothwell and wife shopped
an dvisited with friends in Maupin
on Friday last, coming over from
last Sunday was won by Moro by,
score of 11-2. Too much dance the i
ni-ht t:f:re M.ui.'j un
Farlow Brothers of Wamic shipp
ed 80 hogs to the Portland market
on Monday, five neighbors Joining In
A party of 0. T. railway officials
met with the Wapinitia peop last
week reeardinz the conjt'-uitr-a "f
a road up Wapinitia creek.
The homestead dwelling of Xt. M.
Moss burned to the ground Wednes
day night, the family iosing every
thing but one feather bed.
A shower is to be tendered Miss
Bertha Herrling of Criterion today
by her friends at the home of Mrs.
A. A. Canfield, in honor of her ap
proaching marriage with Peter J,
BIG ROUNDUP AT
JUNE il and 12
There Will be Steer Rid
ing, Horse Races Chariot
and Roman Race, Wild
Horse Race, and many
EVERETT WfiLSOW, MANAGER
dne of Antelope's prominent busi
ness men, A. Bennett, transacted
business in Maupin Saturday.
Miss Noaml Magill of Wamic was
the guest of her cousin, Velma Cro
foot, the past week end.
Mrs. H. R. Kaiser visited with her
daughter, Winifred, at Eugene a
few days last week, returning to
E. T, Halbrook is over from Dufur
a dnis at work among the coyotes
in the hill about Maupin.
V A. Morrow came over from Ws
White River ranch last Saturday and
visited with. his 'son, Jack Morrow,
and daughter, Mrs. F. C. Butler.
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William Foreman and wife were
in from Wapinitia Saturday.
Mrs. Frank McCoy of Wapinitut
attended to shopping errands on Sat
Fridsy night W. D. Rot?rt was
attacked by what appeared to be a
rabid coyote near his camp. It was
held ff by a bombardment of stones
by neighbors until Mr. Roberts pro
cured gun and killed it. Its head
was sent to Portland for examina
tion for rabies.
Dr. Francis, who recently left this
place, for Bend, is announced by the
Bend press as being permanently
located with Myron H. Symons,
jeweler, in that city.
Last Saturday R. Johnson har
vested th first of his strawDerry
crop for this year. The berries have
been held back by the cold weather,
but Dick says that from nov on h
will have sufficient to supply the lo
Beginning Saturday,- May 14, .
there will be a show and dance at the
pavilion at the fair grounds at Tygh
Valley an dever yother week there
after. Every fourth Veek there will
be a $50.00 diamond ring given tv
the one holding the luck number
drawn. The management wil len
deavor to entertain all attending
with novelty dances.
SUMMER EXCURSION FARM
IN EFFECT MAYJ7TO SEPT. JO
RETURN LIMIT OCTOBE2 il. 1921
Kotmo TBir to
... . in in iniTHMlifTTTIT r ,
AND DO YOUR OWN WORK
AT THE MAUPIN GARAGE
Tools, and Help if Needed
You can do your own work. We
will furnish the tools and charge
only a minimum amount for floor,
space. Help furnished if you need
it on your work.
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Art. Gutzlcr was in town on busi
A. Gillia of Wamic transited
business in Maupin Monday.
Frank Magill. wife and daughter,
was in town on Monday.
Dr. Stovall tranacted business at
The Dalles Tuesday. -
Tony Sisfert of Nena, was in on
Rob Muir was in town from his
Juniper Flat ranch on Tuesday.
, Carl Dahl and wife were in Mau
pin transacting business Tuesday.
Henry Wing of Wamic was in
Charley Crofoot went to Warm
Springs Tuesday morning.
Alva Hamer was a visitor nt The
Dalles on Monday.
Mrs. W. II. Stant3 was transact
ing business in The Dalles on Tues
day. I Mis. C. W. Semmes was trans
acting business at The Dalles Tues
da yand Wednesday of this week.
Dee Woodside, was a witness be
fore tahe grand Jury nt The Dalles
oh Monday and Tuesday.
Mrs. Maggie Woodcock and son,
Cecil, visited with relatives in Wamic
Mrs. Mike VanLaanan, who is
virtiting her sister, Mrs. L. C. Henne
ghen took her little daughter to The
Dalles Monday for the purjose oi
getting treatment for a case of
whooping cough with which the baby
is afflicted.' ,.
Mrs. C. E. Pratt of Wamic came
over Friday and when Bhe returned
hnme wasi accomnained by their two
grand sons, Verl and Vernon, who
remained with her while their par
ents were at Astoria.
Tri Ufavhpw came in from
Woodburn and was a guest of his
brothers, A. E. and Virgil Mayhew
a few days.
J. P. Abbott and aon, Jimmy, were
in Maupin on business today. It was
the first time the elder gentlemen
hal been away from his home ranch
for some time. -
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rodoomod and paid at par oa November
It, 1IJ. loeh bolder nay, however.
la advane of November IS, lilt, be
offered tbe prlvikf of uhmt!i.( ail or
part of their bend for other intret
WrtBC oblirittpni of th United State.
Bolder who detire to avail ihemMlvet
of the exehenf prlvttee. K and when
announced. bould reaaest their bank or
truet company to Bottfy then when
faiformatia renrdinc th cxebans offer
teg i neeivod.
- Farther infornetion w.r be obtained
from any Federal Reserve Bank or branrfc,
or from the Cmiiuioner of the Publi
ItaM. Treat urjr Prpartment, Wuhinjctoiy
A. W. MELLON,
Secretary of the Treasury. -
Washington, May 9, Yil". 1
I. O. O. F. '
Lodge No. 209, Maupin, Oregon
meets every Saturday night in I. O.
0. F. hall. Visiting members always
0. P. RENICK, N. G.
. E. R. RICHMONU aec y.
Read The Times cet-the new.
GrandallUhdeif taking Go.
The Dalles, Oregon.
-LADY ASSISTANTS- o
Matt Busic of Wapinitia was tran
acting business in The Dalles on the
first of the week.
Crane State bank will add an- ',90,000 casualties through ' receiving
other story and other Improvements
to bank building.
vio?otVi Pollfi. Vinilrlinir ncrmita!
for four months reach $845,580.
It is' estimated, a.000,000 rail
,' rood employes have boon saved over
ABk to see the new Safewny Jar
Lifter at Shattuck Bros. It will
' pay' ' . 28-t6
Peter Kirsch and O. P. WeDerg
went to The Dalles Monday to serve
as grand jurors. '
E. R. Semmes was transacting
business at Tho Dalles , on Tuesday.
Geo. Tillotson, wife and son, left
for The Dalles Tuesday where Geo.
attended to some business.
Mrs. Roy Ward of Wapinitia was
transacting business in Maupin on
kri. Fargher trans acted business
in Maupin Tuesday. He, came in
from tho Uakeoven section..
Chas. Crofoot and .son Inspected
the hatchery at Ook Springs last
Sunday. Charley reports the trout
there aa growing and that they will
soon be large enough to grace a try
ing 'pan. , ,
Mr. and Mrs. George Moris had as
Sunday guests the latter's parents,
E. A. Cyr and wife.
Verla Lewis was a guest of her
school friends, Mary and Aileen
Greene, on Saturday and Sunday.
(H. H. Gesh and wife of Wannc
traded with Maupin merchants on
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From The Times, May 19, 1918
Saturday night Shatluek Brothers,
opened the doors of their big storo
room, just nearing completion, to
about 200 friends wlw'had gathered
in reBponse to all to come and dance.
Music was furnished by . the local
orcchgtra and band. Dancing was
kept up until daylight began to
day night a couple of a neighbor's
cows made merry with the gardens
of Jim and this, shop. While the
vegetables were not high enough to
be croDned. still the damage done
He was at Abbott's three months! by the hoofs of the bovines caused
angry surges to arise m xne oreasvs
of all concerned.
The river waa lined with fisher
men Sunday, but the catches were
few and far between. Those peo
ple who were wont to wet leaders in
the Deschutes must have forgotten
that moonlight nights prevail at this
time, and that trout feed under the
rays of fair luna, therefore are not
to be beguiled from their happy
homes by artificial bait ;
That Maupin will entertain the
delegates from many Sunday scools
in the near future, at the time the
district convention is to be held
speaks well fr our little city a- a
convention place. It is thought
that nearly 100 delegates will bo
present, representing about 10
...Who says that Maupin ii rot
growing? One of tho finest gams''
buildings in the state has just been
completed, A. 11. DeCamp is build
ing a new houtte and Ernest; May
hew and Joe Kramer arc contem
plating the erection of modern resi
More Picked Up
Jack Staats will follow the ins and
:its of a forest ranger this summer
duainT lambing and feeding, then
came to town and answered a sum
mons to present himself at Lewis,
on tho Cis;v.a, in Washington, and
enter the service. It will be a grand
vacation for our irrepressible Jack,
and we expect him to return in the
fall weighing nobrly.a tori more or
BenFraley banks on the honesty
of his customers. He has invited
all who wish to drive their cars into
his garage, use his tools and do their
own. work. As it is a failing of some
neoDle to appropriate all the tools
they get their hands on, Ben's confi
dence is shown in his offer, believ
ing his tool kit will not suffer by
giving free use of them. ,
Tom Iknneshan is a firm believer
in the efficacy of a spinner as fiah
hir. Sunday he was down the river
as were mnny others, they using flies
ivtiilo Tnm nihnrrl his faith om! a
"Doc Shelten." The fly fishermen
pulled but two out of. the water,
while Tom s basket counted an even
dozen and a half of fine redsides.
The baseball game between Moro
and Maupin on the homo grouv
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: Jim Chalmers and The Times
'imilv have iiiKt CAI1SG for leff!3li:r-
ing a big kick. ; iJim has' worked TO TRADE I want to trade a
early and late making garden and double iron bed for a single one.
Is hud one Of the beat in town. Thurrj-1 Call, phone 10F3