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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (July 12, 1928)
'time will soon be here. We haue antici
pated your harvest needs and have laid in
. a fine line of all kinds of
Groceries, Meats ( Fresh )
Package Foods, etc.
GET OUR PRICES
before placing your orders. We can save
you money on anything you may need.
0. P. RESH & COMPY
"Everything for the table
GROCERIES and MEATS
Prompt and Courteous Service
from an extended visit with friend.!
Landlord Frank iv Coy &n(i wjf
of the hotel at Wapinitia, wero in
town on businesi Monday.
Joe. G. Kramer and wife were In
from their Criterion ranch on busi
ness early Monday morning.
Tom Gallagher and family er.fi
George Cunningham and family
spent Sunday last a; Simnasho.
hotel during Mrs. Caton's absence.
Bates Shattuck went to Portland
Tuesday on a business mission.
W. A. Mo'.hews and wlf.; were
over from Simnasho on Mondiiv.
' , ' o
George Mallatt wife and two
children were at The Dalles
day. ' .
Floyd Kelly and wlU were in town
from their Juniper Hat ranch Mon
Mrs. ("has. Crofoot accompanied
Wm. Berkwilh to The Dalles this
1 Miss Kdna Dcrthuk hBS returned
Mrs. Bobby Davidson left latt
Thurrtliiy for the home of her par
ents at Hcod River for a week's vis
it L. A. Cyr came over from Prin'
ville Sacuiday and spent Sunda
with his wife, rctuvung the utxt
Laverne Fischer, little daughter,
and his mother, Mrs. IL E. Flischer
were at The Dalles on business Mon
The Geo. Morri, cd ''Kelly" Cyr
families wore riinnc: guests t the
home of Ollie Bothvcil on the Flat
Earl Crabtree has accepted a
position with the Maupin Warehouse
company and began hurtling wheat
sacks on Monday.
F. M. Sexton, prominent hardware
man of The Dalles, attended the
funeral of Mr-. John McCorkle in
Maupin on Sunday.
George Mallatt and wife drove
over from their Bakeoven ranch and
attended the funeral of Ms. John
Rtx Rexford, traffic officer of
the Portland police department,
came up Tuesday and that evening
went up the river as far as Cove
creek, fishing the Descuhtes down
to East Maupin. His wife came with
P. A. (Dad) Coale departed for
the mountains of the Santiam on
Monday. Dad cannot get over the
urge for prospecting and if not suc
cessful in locating a paying streak
of ore will settle down and pick
berries the balance of the summer.
D.L TTk About
1 IVil CZd Town
the young man remarked that here
after when he had a bottle of home
brew he would walk four miles out
of town before he drank the contents.
"Dad" Richmond h not averse to
taking a chance in most any entr
prize that promises a return. He U
interested in oil wells; has ideas re
garding a mask rat form and has
made some coin out of sheep guanv
Yesterday a man attempted to inter
est "Dad" in a lead proposition, at
least it is supposed that was th rc'5-: "
son he passed a lead dollar on the",
service ataion man in payment for a
cargo of gas. Now "Dad" refose-t---take
stock in any more metal mines!
Wilson Painting Co.
House and Sign
Harvest time is here and ranchers must of a neces
sity have extra supplies of groceries to see them
through that time. The prices and poods quoted be-"
1ov are such as should appeal to all who buy in the
! laarger quantities, and consist of goods that arc
the best that money can buy. When in The Dalles
come in and inspect our goods and get prices.
Silverdale Catsup, No. 10 tins, each 60c
Silverdale Tomatoes, No. 10 tins, each 45c
' Brookdale Loganberries, No. 10 tins, each 65c
Brookdale Plums, No. 10 tins, each 50c
Brookdale Pears, No. 10 tins, each 50c
' Wasco Peaches. No. 10 peaches 60c
' Bulls Eye Tomatoes, per case .. ..,..$2.99
V Bulls Eye Peas, per case $2.99
Tender Sweet Corn, pjer case...."....... $2.99
''Garden Patch Yellow Corn, per doz... $1.9
;'Happy Vale Pink Alaska Salmon, per doz $1.95
tyerrimac Columbia River Salmon, per doz $3.25
'Statey's' Golden Syrup, 10 lb v tin,. 75c
'Cascade Blend Coffee, 5 Its.,..: .....$1.90
Parlor Blend Coffee, 5 tbs :......$2.15
Cream Pail Coffee, 10 It) pail..2 ..$4.75
Golden West Coffee, 5 IT) tin.. $2.65
Sperry's White Down Flotir, per bbl..'. $7.69
, White Wonder Soap, per case..... $3.79
110 EAST 2ND. ST.
THE DALIES ORte
Among the out of town people
who attended the McCokle funeral
here on Sunday were F. M. Drive!
and wife of Wamic.
A. B. Mathews and family were in
Maupin Sunday having driven over
from their White River ranch to at
tend Mrs. John McCorkle's funeral
Mr-. O. P. Weberg accompanied
Picked up around 'town.
"BuUh" Copple has taken a lay
off from the Maupin garage and is
devoting his time and attention to
catching rattle snakes. Last week
he gathered ia 25 of the poisonous
reptiles, which he sent to Potland
Chinks. The big fellow is going at
that work the wrong way. If he
would manage to accumulate a
quart of two of, some of the moon
shine which seeps into Maupin and
drink it, he would have all the
rattlers, cottonmouths, copper
head, and cobrss neces-ary to stock
all the Chinese drug stores in Christ
endom. At least he would have the
sensation of seeing them.
"Shorty" Miller took the editor
of this family newspaper over to
the Warm Spring- agsncy last Fri
day. On the way. he had to change
tires. After getting hig spare on the
wheel he discovered someone had let
out the air. He drove a short dis
tance to the Mecca bridge, borrowed
a pump and worked up a fine sweat
filling the tube with Deschutes river
Hart, the mechanic at the Maupin
garage, started for Longvicw early
last week, inteding to spend the
Fourth at that city. He wav driving
Dick Johnson's closed Ford and
imagined he would reach his declina
tion in record time." Whe.n he and
his companion, A. E. Marks, reached
Call, Write or phone, Times Office.
Dr. WM. KENNEDY-
First National Bank Bids.
Tfc Dalles,. Oregoa '
lav. coin to the county reat lor
the purpose of consulting her phy
Phil Starr and wife went to Fos
sll last Sunday, and when they re
t rimed were accompanied by their
drMifchter, Miss Bewie Starr, who
had been visiting friends at the
Wheeler county capital for a period
;v veeks. r
Wm. Beckwith to The Dalles yesterj Sandr trouWe WBg evid(!nt , ,n.
SHIP BY TRUCK!
REGULAR FREIGHT LINE SERVICE :
Between ; , .
PORTLAND THE DALLES - MAUPIN
THE DALLES TRUCK LINE lac.
and War Points
SPICKERMAN'S TRUCK LINE
THE DALLES-MAUP1N .
and Way Points ';
BONDED & INSURED CARRIERS
WHEN IN THE DALLES
Make Your Headqarters at
The Blak and White or
where every service awaits you.
BAST MAUPIN NEWS
Mr. Clark Richardson is at the
homo of her daughter8 on this side
Laverne Fischer, mother and little
daughter, were at The Dalles on
W. C. Daigh, county agent, with
his wife and children, wan at the
Hotel Kelly last Saturday.
Trof J. R. Hyslop of the State
College, Corvallis, was registered at
the hotel Kelly last Saturday.
Johnny Williams packed his truck
and hied hinrelf to the mountains on
an outing, leaving on Tuesday.
Mrs. James Rusic. hBS gone to Gas
ton, where she will remain at her
narpntal home for the rest of the
. i o ,f
Miss r.lnrfvs Martin will be cm
ployed by Mr. James Abbott during
the harvest time, ehe going to ine
L. D. Kelly nnd daughter, Doris,
left for Portland Monday evening.
Lester having been drawn on the
federal grand jury. ......
Mrs. Ed. Carter was called to Los
Angeles on Monday, she having re
ceived word that her mother, Mrs.
S. J. Cervin, was critically ill.
The Fedding brothers, Charlie and
Harry, have returned to East Mau
pin after a coulpc of months rpent
near Hood River thinning fruit.
Engineers Fiellti and Slavens
were at, Hotel Kelly Tuesday night,
they having been engaged in measur-Intr-
the wires strung over the high
Billy Thomas, nephew of W. H
William", with his wife were guests
at the home of his uncle in East
Maupin on Tuesday. The visitors
live near CorvallK
Mrs. A. F.. Caton spent teverat
day. of this week at Portland. Her
little ' daughter, Jean, accompanied
terior of the Ford. Investigation
disclosed the whole running gear
was discomboholated. Hart took
the auto to a garage, tinkered with
it until near daylight the next day,
wbn he was able to drive it ahead.
He was out several hours' visit but
Dick is in a perfectly good car. Ej-s
Charley and Harry Redding have
returned to Maupin for a period of j
rest. The boys have been at Hood
River thinning fruit. They felt the
need of a rest acutely, inasmuch as
Harry has had no chance to try his
luck with the trout while away. He
will make up for lost time during
the coming fortnight.
A certain young man of Maupin,
who maker, regular trips to the up
per country is hereby warned to
curtail his visits. There are others
who have designs on the fair alfalfa
widow and the Maupin lothario is
apt to get his foot in a quicksand
if he persists in his attentions to the
fair one. A word to the wise is suf
ThiB hot weather has a tendency
to make one revert to the primitive.
Even the Indians take advantage ot
their environment and divest them
selves of all surplus clothing, there-
My insuring at least a small amount
of comfort The Deschutes is too
cold for comfortable bathing, but at
that- many of our young folks seek
its coolness and enjoy a daily bat.i
therein. ,( (
Bob Wilson likes to fi. Hj ha
not much chance to indulge his lik-
'ng to any great extent, but when "he-!
gie3 afUr the finny bc-sut-es de
sires that they bite, ne went to
Brcitenbush lake last Sunday. Go-n-K
on the road was easy, hut th
hike up four of five mile: and then
nhout two miles down l::nda got his
nanny. When he arrived at the
lake hi f,aid the only way to induce
the trout to bite, war, by sneaking ip
on them. In doing that act the
mosquitos niBde life miserable for
our chunky merchant.
"I'll show you for taking goods
from my wagon," said the driver of
a wet goods wagon in Maupin yester
day. He had drived his truck to tho
side of an East side building and
had gone into a dealer's place. While
there another auto driver drove up
and from it, a young man secured a
bottle of home brew. The first
driver took after the young niBn, who
started to sprint down the street,
the driver overtook the fleeing man
and landed a knock down blow
The youth regained his feet and con
tinued his flight making a good get
away. The soft drink man later dip-
3 Both Restaurants have been entirely remodeled for.;
, juur lumt'iueiiii;.
E. J. McMahon
HAVE IT DONE
N O W!
We mean that riow 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.
Tk Dallas, Oraaoa
her. A local woman helped in the (covered his error. Upon h'5 return
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We have a large stock of No. 1 Tires and .Tubes
which we are selling as cheap as they can be'-hadr
of the mail order houses. Below we quote a few
prices, biit invite car owners to come in' and see i
just what they are before buying elsewhere, .
Usco 30x3 1-2 - - $6.25 : j
U. S. Tube, $1.90 . 1
Usco 29x4.40 - - $7.55 - : .1
Nobby Tube, $1.50
Goodrich 30x3 1-2 - - $5.55 . ,1
Goodaich 29x4.40 - - $7.45
' TVi! ViJPINf'ARAGE