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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (May 10, 1928)
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CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY
This will announce to you that I
am a candidate for the office of
County Coroner, at the Primaries;
May 18th, 1928. I came to Wasco
county in 1911, and have been con
nected with the Crandall Vndertak
ing company for fifteen , years. I
am a member of tliis firm, who has
starved the people of this county for
more than forty, years, and believe
that with our equipment and ex
perience that I will ba able to
handle the office in an economical
tcctions of their juat proportions of
To the Voters of Thi3 District:
I am a candidate for the office
of County commissioner from the
Third district of Wasco county, and
ask the confidence of the voters in
such candidacy by soliciting their
votea at the primary election, May
If nomiated and elected I promise
to do all in my power to see to it that
the county receives a full dollar's
return for each dollar exepended;
that I will not enter intj any com
bination whereby one district will be
deprived of its just share of tax
money, and will work to the beat of
my ability to the end that taxes be
reduced as much as possible. I am
t'naltcrably opposed to the practice
of transferring district f ands to other
ports, thereby depriving the rightful
I respectfully toilet the support of
the voters at the primaries of May
18, 1923, on the Republican ticket
for the office of counly coroner of
Wasco county. If nominated and
elected I promise an administration
of economy and justice to all. .
I served two year as diputy cor
oner of this county. Am familiar
with the duties of the office and will
do all in my power to so conduct its
if fairs that there will be material
reduction in adrulnlsUrmt same.
C R. CAIXOWAY
I hereby announce my candid
acy for the office of County Clerk of
Wasco county, at the Republican
primaries. May 18, 1928.
If nominated and elected I will
conduct the affair of the office in
an efficient, courteous and economi
cal manner. All fee collected will
be turned over to the county treasur
er ' ,
As a member of the county equali
zation board, I wilt servo the tax
payers without fear or favor. I do
not approve the assessment of Wasco
county property at a higher per cent
of actual value than the average for
other counties of the state. ,
I am a taxpayer and World War
BRUCE H. HULL
Choice of Many Route Llbtrl Stopovers
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Go Fast via the famous Columbia River BceoJc Route oat
either the Orient! Limifd or North Coast Limited,
leaving Portland 9 p. m. and 11 a. m.
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ROY W. RITNER
REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR
Oregon has five lawyers at present in Congress.
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. . Endoneci editorially for this 'nomination
ty 14 daily and 107 weeilr newpaper editors,
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Low fares all summer all
parts of east Stopover and
side-trip privileges. Fine,
fast trains. Superior dining1
car service reasonable price.
EFFECTIVE SUNDAY mt&
Bend Passenger (to Bend) Lv. 2:05 p. m. instead of
2:25 p. m.
Bend Passenger (to Portland) Lv. 12:05 p. m. In
stead of 10:35 a. m.
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all points East, Middle West and South.
UNION RAO IF.
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ORECON NEWS NOTES
Bend Great Northern has nearly
completed rebuilding 20-mile Shev
lin rail line.
Madras New state bridge across
Deschutes will be nearly 1000 feet
Bums Carload of road machin
ery received for Joaquin Trail work.
Burns Electric Saddlery .builds
big business muking pnek bags and
,., AMBULANCE SERVICE
Call Maupin Drug Store
Wilson Painting Co.
House and Sign ,
Call, Write or phone, Times Office.
Dr. WM. KENNEDY
First National' Bank Bldg.
The Dalles, Oregon -Phone
Shoes and Repairing
Wasco County '$ Excluihtt
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