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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 25, 1927)
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SOUTH WASCO COUNTY
FAD k ASSOCIATION
Four Days' Race Meet
With Horses from Klickitat Co., Wn.,
Sherman and Wasco Counties, Ore'.
Gigantic Farm Exhibits
Including Grains, Grasses, Cattle, Hogs
Sheep, Horses, Poultry, Etc,
Crandall Undertaking Co.
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The Dalles, Oregon. " Phone 35-J
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From The Times August 26, 1916
The Times this week is advertis
ing the Twenty-Sixth Annual Fair,
to be held at The Dalles, September
20-21-22-23. Automobile races are
mentioned as one of the attraction!
of the fair.
Gardens at Wapinitia were ruined
by frost Thursday night
' A heavy froet on Friday nipped
garden stuff on Bakeoven. Potatoes
vara frown and even the humble
tumble weed was not forgotten by
the winter weather.
A horse belonging to Charley
Berg of Ridgeway was caught in a
j barbed wire fence Sunday and near-'
Jly bled to dath before Mr. Berg
j found it. Claud Wilson happened
I Berg In caring for the wounded ani
By taking off a part of the terri
tory embraced in the Criterion dis
trict Mwresidentg south and west cf
Maupin will have school t)is year.
It is to be a joint district w ith Mau
Pin. A building will b erected in
Septemb on the Fiok Turner
The machinery at the riew eleva
tor is in place and 'l8 being tried oot
this week. So f.t.r it has operated
satisfactorily and will be running to
full capacity nc7:t week. "
Monday seven cars spotted at the
warehouse ar being loaded with
last year's w'neat bought by Mauser
for shipment, east.
Three thousand bushels of prain
were received t the Hunts Ferrv
Warehouse on Wednesday, 2,600
bushels being in bulk. A
went into storage. Tliose making de
livery of bulk grain to date are, C.
H. Crofoot, F. S. Fleming, G. W.
Mallatt, and L. B. OeCamp. '
The switchboard Ifor the Maupin
Telephone exchange has arrived and
i being installed . ii i the Maupin
Drug store. It is oJf rfuffieienfi aize
to accomodate ? Vines and so1 ar
ranged, that a&ttkfnal ipups of ten
Leonard Farlow has resigned his
position as pharmacist-clerk at the
Maupin Drug store and hasVeepted
a hko situation at Arlington. Leon
ard had been with Dr. Stovnll for
tho pant two ami one-halt yoars and
whs considered ono of Muupin's ex
cmplary young men. The best
wishes of a host of friends go with'
him to his new location. -
Look A Young at You Are.
The way to do that Is to have
your hair trimmed in the latest stylo
by the Modern barbers at The Dalles.
Turners at Warm Springs.
Postmaster Turner with his wifo
and daughters, 'little Jean and Lona,
went to Warm Springs last Thursday
and are enjoying an outing at thiit
well known resort. While Frank is
absent the duties of the office are
being capably taken care of by Miss
Sojourning oa Mt. Hood.
After . an arduous seance in tho
hay fields L V. Broughton loaded
loaded his family in the Jewett and
hied to the huckleberry fields in ,the
neighborhood of Mt Hood. Thy
started Sunday night and will put
In the week "on top of the world."
Had Toe Mashed.
Wm. Crlckett is limping around
town these days, the cause, of his
lameness being a badly mashed toe
on his right foot. "Bill" was at work
raising track on the 0. T. The jack,
used in liftng the rails, slipped, let
ting the lift bar drop and when it
lit Bill's foot was under it Dr. El
wood fixed up the injured member,
but Mr. Crickett will be comoelled to
lay off from work for a time.
Folks at Summit Prairie.
L. C. Henneghan took his wife.
Mrs. Knowles of Dufur and Mrs.
James Chalmers to Summit Prairie
last week, going for th outine- and
also to pick hucklcbervies. Lou re
turned Tuesday evening, bringing
Mrs. Chalmers home, and will return
for his folks later.
Enjoying Coast Breeses.
Frank Creager loaded his falthfnl
Ford last Thursday and with Franz
Confer and wife left for coast point.
Frank has been active for some
time and the little outing "will fit him
lor a continuous Beige c,f hard work
upon his return.
Our business is not only
Cleaning and Pressing
but we do Repairing as well, Everything cleaned
and pressed and returned promptly. . .
Driver calls every Thursday in Maupin,' so if you
have work in our line leave it.at' "
THE RAINBOW RESTAURANT
and it will be taken care of in the right hmanner.
The Oldest Cleaners in Wsco County.
Cone To Tha Coat.,
Ernest Confer and family are en
Joying a layoff trom farm work,
and last Saturday left for an outinff
at Coast points. His father, assist
ed by "Budre" Greene, will take
care fo thj ranch during Ernest'
Paint! j. Smock School House.
Wilson & Miller, the painters from
S'jverton, who have been working
in this section for some time, are
now at work painting, the Smock
school house. As soon as that Job
is completed they will go to the faTr
grounds and paint a number of signs,,
then come to Maupin and cloth and
paper the cottage recently purchased
by N. G. Hedin.
Pratt at Warm Springs.
Carl Pratt and family are sojourn
ing at Warm Springs just now. Carl
is on his annual vacation and is en
joying the healing waters of the
springs, and at the same time striv
ing to extract a few trout from the
Warm Springs rivrr. While he i
away, Everett Hazeniis carrying the
mail on Route A.
MERCHATS, GIVE YOURSELF
A FULL THIRD DEGREE
Getting Into a Rat Is Easy, Catting
Out hard Study tha Poselbtlities
of Consistent Advertising
Getting in the rut is1 the chief
danger of store keeping or of any
kind of businses.
When a man begins to fuel satis
fied look outl .He has lihut the
door to new ideas. He has. blocked
the path to progress." " " . , ;
Every little while it Is a gttod idea
to get down to first principles to
take stock of one's self aid to take
a fresh start.
Give yourself, a third degree.
You can't depend upon your pres
ent clientele. Your old customers dio
off., or move away vavrish some'
where! New customers must bs se-'
New methods must be devt loped
to keep new patronage coming. For
building up retail business no , force
has been discovered( which comi arJ
14U t . .
wim newspaper aaverusnig.
Ambitious merchants must si '.udy
the advantage and possibilities of ad
vertising. And they must open t heir
minds to new ways and new ic leas
in their advertising. Implement Re
cord, . . A
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FORXST WORK BENEFICIAL
TO CLYDE T. BONNEY
Popular Tygh Valley School Princl.
pal Spends Summer la High
Land Oat September 4
Writing from Ollalie lake Clyde T.
Bcmney, principal of the Tygh W-
lejr schools, says that his summer's
work in the forest reserve has prov
en most beneficial to him. Mr. Hon-
ney says he will return to his school
duties much Improved in health and
with a determination to make the
coming school year the best in the
history of Tygh district His school
begins September 6, and a record
attendance is promised. Mr. Bonney
says he will give all his spare time
to the physical training of his
charges and predicts his school will
give a good account of itself in bask
etball, football and other games In
cident to school life.
Dr. Clarke, Eye Sight Specialist,
in Maupin Saturday, September 10th.
HOT DOG STAND ELIMINATION
State Highway Department Deter.
mined to Kill Off Bill-Boards Etc.
The State Motor asslociation
points out that almost unnoticed a
reform is taking place in the elim
ination of billboards and hot-do
stands from Oregon highways.
Slowly but surely the Highway de
partment is acquiring land along the
right-of-way bordering on scenic and
historical sections. This automatic
ally eliminates the hot dog stand and
the billboard two of the greatest de
tractors from the beauties of the
The Hghway commission has gone
about the acquiring of these proper
ties quiety and unobtrusively, and
while other complain of tiie nuis
ance along the highways, the com
mission has sought to comet the
e vil by acquiring tho property right
in Bcenic sections.
Every motorist In the strtte of Ore
gon approves of this action of the
commission as it retains for posteri
ty the same beauties of nature that
the persent day motorist?! enjoys.
Read The Maupin Times
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Lodge No. 309, Maupin, Oregon
meets every Saturday night in L 0.
0. F. hall. Visiting members always
O. F. R.alck. N. C.
R. E. Richmond See'y
THE BANK HOTEL
The eaa place la The Dallee te
make the rancher aad ovt-ef
town fallow feel at dome.
ARE GOOD TIRES
The Largest Stock of Tire
JRichmonds' Serv. Station
Time Schedule No. 1. Nov. St, 1IXS
THE DALLES MAUPIN
Dependable Servlae Betwaea
THE DALLES, DUFUR TYGH at
Read Down Read Up
8,00 Lv. THE DALLES Ar. 11.48
840 DUFUR UiOS
9,15 Trail VALLEY 10(30
9:48 Ar. MAUPIN Lv. 10,00
4:00 Lv. THE DALLES Ar.
BilS TYGH VALLEY
5,45 Ar. MAUPIN Lv.
0. W. R. I.
The Dalles to Dufur $1.00 $140
The Dalles te Tygh $2.00 $9.00
The Dallas to Maupin $2.80 $4X0
Connections at Bank Hotel, la The
Dalles for Portland, Pendleton
Modern Equipment Courteous Treat
meat and Careful Driven
JACK KINNEY Meager
Stage Depot at Ralnbaw Rettaaraat
TRAVEL BY STAGE
Suite 18-16 Vogt Block
Dr. Fred H. Pageler
DeLARHUE OPTICAL CO.
Tl DaUae, .
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If it is not doing its work
bring: it to The Times office
and Mr. Semmes will send
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