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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (May 10, 1928)
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WILL HOLD BIG CELEBRATION
KEMP Y, .May 18
Clyde T. Bonney wa over from
Tygh Valley to take in tha Odd Fel
lows convention on MonJny.
All the Linn come tn from Pine
Grove Monday and attended the Odd
Fellow convention that day.
Rufur and Lester McCorkle from
the Flat attended the Odd Fellows
convention in Maupin on Monday.
Frank Fleming is in thla vicinity,
having come up 'from The Dalle( to
look after hit many iarm interests
W. A. Dane was in from Pine
Grove on Monday. IIu report tho
new mill ai being about ready to
. - . '
Ed. Brown hai concluded hi la
bora with tha Abbott , aheep flock
and ha returned to Mauptn for
Q 'i i ii
F. M. Confer and wife came up
. Plyler A.in lo Pull Off Cele
bration at Fair Cround
C. M. Piyler, the Irrcprewille show-
man, ho lecured a concession to puli
off a big Fourth of July celebration
at tho fair grounds on July 3-4. He
promise a bigger and better time
than he ha supplied heretofore. A
full program of sporU, games, races
and other thing, which go to make a
perfect celebration, Is in process of
arrangement. I'lyler is on tho roud
with a picture of his own, writing The
Times from Even-on, Washington.
lie says he will be bark in Oregon by
June 1 to conclude arrangements for
his coming celebration.
........ K M P Y, . May II..
SENATOR WANTS HAND IN
NOMINATING SEC. HOOVER
Declare for Hoover eand McNary
and Detiret to Be Deleieta at
Large Good Maa
CONSULT DR. CLARKE
See Dr. Clarke, EYE SIGHT
SPECIALIST, about your eyes, ' In
Maupin, Monday, May 14th, at
Home hotel. Examination Free.
Why Net Ba.eb.ll
Now that plowing Is practically
over and the players are at liberty
to enjoy a short vacation from farm
labor, why not organize a baseball
tim and take nn nnmc of the ncilfh-
from Portland the last of the p-.st hotinK U)Vini, Mupin has some
week and France is looking after his lK00(, u,Pnt ,nd Mch onft lg Bnxiou.
ranch work this week. : t0 into the gHmt. Jn eBrnest
. jitt)o (fjUlion BJ,)n(j Jne
Rev, W. A. Matthews and wife baseball games might result in the
were in Maupin Monday. They have J forming of a tram end scheduling a
recently returned to lake up mission : few games to be played between now
work at Simnasho.
Mis Esther Marks ha arrived in
Maupin from Longvicw, Washington,
and will keep house for her father,
C. E. Mark, and on.
Mrs. Henry Scclhoff with daughter
Adeline and Gretchen, Miss Ella
Shepflin and Glen Graham, visited in
Portland from Saturday over Sun
Now that lambing operations have
been flnUhed at Farghers, Dave
Donaldson haa cornea back to Mau
pin and is getting ready for a fish
ing season on the Deschutes.
0. S. Walters, attended the Odd
Fellows convention Monday. He was
the victim chosen for The Dulles de
gree team to work on in cxempUfi
cation of 0e work l:i the third degree.
and harvest time.
The allotted span of life is four
score and ten years, and whn one
hH exceeded that age by a full score
years that person has reached an age
bordering on a century. Grandma
Pcgg, mother of Mrs. J. P. Abbott,
has reached the age of 00 years and
l aa spry and agile as most people
many years younger. Mrs. I'cgg
suffered and accident some time bark
hut has nearly recovered from the
effect. In the Abbott home are
four generations our subject .fur
nishing the parent stock while the
little son of Jimmie Abbott rounds
out the fourth In line.
In this Issue of The Times appears
the announcement of Senator Fred
E. Kiddle for candidate for delegate
at large to tha republican national
convention. Mr. Kiddlt Is a young
man, but has been prominent In pol
itics for a number of years.
In 1&16, while attending the Uni
versity of Oregon, he wa, president
of the Hughes-for-preldent Students
Club at the University.
During the world war, Mr. Kiddle
sort of dropped out of local politics,
bclnz more concerned In the then
great question which concerned the
boys in olive drab who were "over
there" "where do we go from nere
but upon his return to the States
when there was no further need oi
American soldiers in Traance, he be
came active in American Legion af
fairs. here and ha, been In attend
ance at most of the national con
ventions of the Legion. He i, past
commander of his own post and
past state commander of Oregon. He
is .now a member of the Oregon sen
ate, representing Union, Umatilla and
Morrow counties and also tho state
campaign manager of the Herbert
Hoover presidental campaign in Ore
Senator Kiddle ! actively connect
ed in the business affairs of the state
being secretary-treasurer of the Pio
neer Flouring Mill company of Island
City, the headquarters of the Kiddle
milling and grain business. , ine
company has three flour mills In
Union county and Jive warehouses
Fred K. Kiddle is a son of former
Senator E. E. Kiddle, former member
of the State Highway commission
Senator Kiddle has for his slogan
on the primary ballot, "Hoover for
President, McNary for Vice-President
dent." He suggest that tn voting.
t.;. frlnH mark (X) between his
name and No. 20.
KEMP Y, May 18 ....
E. B. Eldred. a diwlplo of bank
Walton, who halls from the head of
the lakes, Superior, Wiaconsin, Is in
Maupin and expects to remain here
for some time and try his luck in the
Deschutes river. .
C. E. Pratt In Hoapilal
C. K. Pratt is at one of The Dalles
hospitals, to which he v-as taken last
Thursday. .For somo time past Mr,
Pratt has been suffering with an en'
largcd prostate and his condition be'
KEMP Y, ..M.y IS.
Dr. Clarke, in Maupin Monday,
May 14th, at Home hotel.
S. E. NOTSON'S PLATFORM
Covert Wide Rente Which it
S. E. Notson lg making a whirl
wind eamnaiirn for the nomination
for conzressman to succeed Men
come such that the hospital doctors sinnott. Mr. Notson is a dyed-in-the
decided an operation was necemary jwool drjr anj ha, the indorsement of
Let us put the sheriff's office on
a business basis. Vote for McMahon
Oil Reachei Maupin
The big oil spreader employed by
the state in oiling the highways has
reached Maupin and now a coat of
crude oil covers that part of the high
way meandering through town. Peo
ple are walking on their toea when
crossing the street, and even the dogs
are wary of getting their feet In the
oil. Frank StuSrt has provided a
crossing over the oil aiUba Jpnnk cor
ner while the stores have their floors
covered with sawdust a a preven
tive from the oil getting on ssme.
to .alleviate hi pain. His son, Carl,
and daughter, Mrs. B. W. Welch, went
to The Dallet yesierday, and advised
their futhcr t accede to the doctors'
suggestion and have them renUuve (he
proxtutc gland. The operation w;ir.
set for this morning, but wo- have
been unable to learn whether jt was
accomplished or not up to the time we
go to press.
.. K E M P Y, ..May !..
Datei Of Fair
Secretary Gillis of the Wasco
County Fair association was In Mau
pin Monday and to a Times man stat
ed that the dates for thi, fall's fair
have been set for Thursday, Friday
nd Saturday, August 30, 31 and
September 1. It was originally in
tended to hold the fair the. first wek
in September, but Klickitat county.
Washington, slipped in and, stok
those dates. f
Several anglers were on the river
during the wefek and in most, in
stances succeeded in catching nice
messes of trout At that the big ones
seem to be lying out i nthe deep water
and it is but a lucky chance that one
reachiaa- a length of J 5 Inches is
caught. ,' ' V
Coon, tha Barber, Vitita
F. M. Coon, who at ono time ran a
barber shop on the East side and who
is now engaged In tho same business
at Grass Valley, called on Maupin
friends, yesterday. Mr. Coon says
that if he can rent hl9 shop at Grass
Valley he Intend lo come back to
. Maupin and start a barber shop here. I ........... .K E M P Y, -May 18...
Attended Pioneer Meeting
W. It. Stents and wife and Rufus
McCorkle and wife represented this
part of Wasco counts! at the Pioneers
meeting, held at Tho Dalles last
Thursday. During the meeting Mr.
and Mrs. SUata were called upon mcnt therein
for a song and rendered one of the
old-time pieces, which seemed
arouse spontaneous enthusiasm
the part of the assembled host
the Anti-Saloon league oi urcgon.
His platform contains, the following
1. Construction or the uniauua
2. .More liberal forestry policy on
the part of the national government
3. More liberal federal support of
4. Unflinching tnlorcement oi
tho 18th, amendment.
5. - Court to settle international
disputes with proper protection of
fl. Pevelopement of the resources
of the northwest
7. Outlawry of war.
8. Just treatment of former sol
Mr. Notson is an able man and
next to Judge Butler should be able
to fill Sinnotfs shoes with credit to
the state. Of course The Times, will
support the judge, but gives Mr. Not
son credit for having courage of his
eonvictims in advocating a greater
effort in the auppresaion of the li-
guor traffic. He will make a strong
effort to secure the nominaation, but
we feel he is doomed to disapoint-
THE EYES HAVE IT
April 22-28 Proclaimed VWon
Week To De Observed ,
By Mart Sloan.
Portland, Or., April 16-1 Special).
The week of April 22-28 has been
detonated "Save Your Vision
Week" and thlt Is heartily ur.d'jikid
by the Hon. I. L. Patterson, Gover
nor of the State of Oregon.
This Is In conformity with the
proclamation of the American Cy
tometric Association which, through
the several state organizations will
tarry the menage of conservation
of vision to the public during that
Clvlliiatlon is the fruit of Man's
apirltual and intellectual victories.
It Is a composite product of the
contributions of the Ages.
The large part played therein by
the human eye can hardly be exag
gerated. More and more the func
tion of vitlon has been called upon
to meet the strenuous demands of
present day life. As a result, visual
defects have apparently grown
apace, a Is evidenced by" the wider
use of eye glasses. Yet we are told
by trustworthy authorities that the
American people are still woefully
lacking In the care of the eyes.
It Is pointed out that more than
30 of the people are seriously In
need of optical attention, though
not to eiwd 10 of the entire pop
ulation has ever had a scientific
eye examlnstion. The public schools
and colleges of the United States
enroll 25 million atudents. Numer
ous survey made of this group re
vealed rlous vlaua defects pre
vailing among more than 30 of
those examined. .
Most readers will recall press
references to the findings of the
Federated Engineering Society's In
dustrial turvey which covered ten
different Institution. Not only did
they report an alarming percentage
of employees ufferlng from visual
defects but a large part of them
were unable to render efficient serv
ice because of these defects. No
end of astonishing figures could be
quoted from the Commission's re
port. Incidentally, Herbfrt Hoover
was chairman of the committee.
Thus the evidence is conclusive
that the class room, library, picture
show, factory, store and counting
house, all take toll of the human
eye. But we cannot all be trappers
and hunters, nor languish beneath
the palm tree we have the World's
work to do.
When the eye weskened under
abnormal demands, Bclence sought
a solution. Then there came into
'existence a new aroup. known n
oplom trlitn, who specialize upon
vision and eyestrain, iliej i,ui
twr mnre than 20,000 in America
to1sy and their practice Is regu
lated by statutes in every state in
Verily, mankind is not to be
thwarted in Its onward, upward
Fi WHEN IN THE DALLES
y Make Your Headqartcrs at
1 The Black and White or
H where every service awaits you.
B FREE PHONE
E5 Both Restaurants have been entirely remodeled for
S your convenience.
1 E. J. McMahon
S . PROPRIETOR
E. W. SHELLEY, Manager
EXPERT AUTO REPAIRING
Battery Work, Oxy-Acetylene Welding
GASOLINE, OILS, TIRES, TUBES, AUTO PARTS
AND AUTO ACCESSORIES ON HAND
Our repairs speak for themselves and when a job
leaves this garage it carries the motto that
All Work Guaranteed or Money Back
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Let us put tho sheriff's offise on
a busines, basis. Vote for McMahon
HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED
EXPERT OPTICAL SERVICE 21 YEARS' EXPERIENCE
Vogt Block, The Dallet, Oregoa '
K E M P Y, ..May 1..
1 THE DALLES ' '
DR. MELLENTH I N
ia Internal Medicine for tha
patt fifteen yean
NOES NOT OPERATE
Will be at
DALLES HOTE.L WEDNESDAY
Office Hourt: 10 a. m., to 4 p. m.
ONE DAY ONLY
HAVE IT DONE
We mean that now is the time to have your
This is the place to bring it. We have the largest
and best equipped machine shop in Wasco county.
jgEAD & QALLOWAY
Taw Dallet. Orttes
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No Charge for Consultation
Hat Ssddler At Home
Dr. Stovall Is grooming nis saddle
horse for the fall taocs, having
brought the animal In from the Wray
ranch where it has, ben since last
KEMP Y, May 18.
Life Reiidont. ' Taxpayer. Farmer.
World War Veteran
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Candidate for the Republicaan ' ; V
, ; Nomination for
PRIMARIES MAY 18, 1928
A bevy of young people, mem
bcrs of the Pufur Christian Endea
vor, came over Sunday afternoon
and attended the meetfns of the lo
cal society that evening They took
an active part in the proceedings and
were much pleased over thcv manner
the local society was conducted as
well as the crowd Those in the party
the attendance Those in tho rarty
vere Guy and Edgar Taylor, Law-
rence Tobcy,,raul Heberlem and
wife, the Misses Vclnm Boulc, Opal
and Caroline Benedict, Doris Clivon,
Lucile SteckerC, Maxino Tegarden
Delia Hovey, and Wilma Mc Cartney.
Let us put the sheriff's office on
a business basis. Vote for McMahon
Pitchfork In Fool
Little Chcrl Tratt was so unfortu
nate as to suffer a painful injitfy to
W Mt. fnnt Mondav morning. She
was at play in the barn and in some
manner ran a tine of a pitchfork
through her foot, the skin on the
bottom boing broken by tho sharp
Dr. Mcllenthin is a regular gradu-
at in medicine and surgery and is
lie'ensed by the state of Oregon. He
does not operate for chronic appen
dicitis, gall stones, ulcers of stomach,
tonsilg or adenoids.
He has to his credit wonderful re
sults in diseases of the stomach, liver,
bowels, blood, skin, rerves, heart,
kidney, bladder, bed wetting, ca
tarrh, weak lungs,' rheumatism,
sciatica, leg ulcers and rectal ail
Below are the names of a few of
his many satisfied patients in Ore
gon who have been treated for one
of tho above named causes:
1L H. Blake, Marshfivld. s,
" Elmer Booker, Condon.
Bessie Eckles, Empire.
D. G. Horn, Bonanza.
W. C. HelyerKent.
P. M. Kostcr, Mt. Angel.
1 Mrs. L. II. Martin, Moro.
' Davis Steinon, Allegany.,
Fred Shields, Klamath Falls.
Joe Shoeships, Gibbon.
D. I. Wagenhlast, Portland.
Remember the above date, that
consultation on this trip will be free
and his treatment Is different
Married women must be accom
panied by their husbands.
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