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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1928)
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. Peaches and Berries
are now in and prices are lowest
of the season. Place yous orders
early and make sure of getting a
sufficient supply for winter.
0. P. RESH& COMPANY
'Everything for the table
GROCERIES and MEATS
Prompt and Courteous Service
Arthur Crighton spent Sunday
and Monday in the bosom of hist
family at Portland.
Owing to the plclng of part of one
of our mailing galley there may be
some of our city subscribers who will
fall to get their paper thin week.
Next week we will check up on our
Hat and make correction. Those
who fail to receive their paper tins
week please call at the office and
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Roy Batty was In from the ranch
on business yesterday morning.
Mrs. G. I. Dorlhuk shopped mhJ
visited at The Dalles on Tuesday.
Wayne DeJonvler was a businc!i
visitor at the county seat Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. DcVoe went to The
Dalles Tuesday morning for tie
purpose of attending the teacher'
A. Lincoln llartman of Wapinitia
was In Maupln on business Tuesday
Rev. V. H. Aldridge was in town
after a load of household necessi
Nile Tunison and "Stub" Viator
took In the sights at the county scat
waiter Woouttide and wife were
transacting business In Maupln' yes
Grant Led ford and wife were in
from Wamic Monday, shopping with
Little Almn Fraley accompanied
).(! aunt, who has been visiting here
for some time, to her home in Cal-!
Frank Creager was visitor at the
county set a couple of days the lat
ter part of last week.
Mrs. Wayne DeJanvier went to
Portland last Friday and spent sev
eral days there on business.
L. M. Chastaln and family visited
with friends at The Dalles couple
of days the first of the week.
A. II. Gillia was over from Tygh
Valley yesterday morning on busi
ness connected with the fair.
Ben Fraley made hurry up trip
to The Dalles on Saturday. He was
accompanied by his son, Orvllle.
Everett Richmond made a trip to
Portland Monday, taking a load of
livestock down for Dolph' Mayhew.
Sylvester Kramer and wife put in
their Labor Day holiday visiting with
relatives and friends in this vicinity.
A. A. Albright of the Albright
Commission company was in Maupln
on a business mission last Saturday.
Mrs. George Cunningham went to
The Dalles yesterday on a shopping
Wallace Farghcr, wife and son,
Arthur, with his wife, transacted
business at the county seat Tues
day. Klza Derthick vimtcd the state
metropolis on Monday, incidentally
taking a truck load of sheep to the
Tos. Gallagher and family were at
Portland Sunday and Monday, be
accompanied by Mrs. Gallagher's
mother, Mrs. Wilkins.
Portland on Saturday and is spend-
ing a week at the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Wilson.
Hurstel Hollis, who is packing for
the herders in charge of John Kar
len's sheep, came in from the moun
tains for a short stay yesterday.
Ceorge Mallatt and family enjoy
ed the scenery around Gear teake
last Sunday. They were in from
their ranch on Bakeoven yesterday.
J. W. Temple and wife spent Sun
day at '.ha Kvie of their daughter,
Mra. Gnrdon Mateer, and husband,
returning to The Dalles in the even
Wm. Beckwith and wife return
ed from a trip to the coast the lat
ter part of last week. Mrs. Beck
with seems to have been greatly ben
efited by the trip.
W. J. Sovern and wife, the latter
a sister of W. H. StaaU, were in
Maupin Monday and Tuesday while
on their way on a trip around the
circle, going to Klamath Falls and
Crater Lake on their way home.
Frank Lister went to The Dalles
on Sunday and there met his daugh
ter, Miss Dorothy, who had just ar
rived from Topeka, Kansas. Mis
Lister will remain with 'her father i
and attend school at Maupin.
titled to a little rest They are on
the hustle all during the working
hours, but with the early closing all
affected will have a little more time
to enjoy themselves and get better
acquainted with their families.
Onie Webery says that with the
beginning of school all teachers will
have a larger quota of scholars to
take care of. In his department of
our schools Ollie is instructor as well
as pupil, and that there will be no
increase oa his register this year.
Bill Williams has a new bee in
his bonnet Our worthy Mayor of
f ast side Maupin has decided that
the only way to decide the prohi
bition question U by debate, he to
champion the repeal or modification
cf the 18th amendment, with on a
other, the negative side to be defend
ed by Newt Iledin and one other.
No doubt such a debate would hive
a great bearing on the national
cuestion and The Times is pulling
f jr Bill to bring it about.
DR." CLARKE COMING
Dr. Clarke of the Clarke Optical
company -of Portland, will be in
Maupin on a delayed trip on Mon
day, September 10th. He will be at
the Home hotel all day and evening
of that date.
Next Week in The Dalles 1
Raymond Crabtrcc visited the
county's big town Tuesday and
whfn he came home brought a load
of fine furniture with him.
J. II, Conroy and family went to
the mountains from their Shaniko
ranch Inst Saturday. They intend to
remain there for a short outing.
Miss Jean Wilson came in from
Pick Ups S?i
at the Frank Feltch place on the Smock
Prairie, Wamic market road 9 miles
southwest of Wamic, on
The following Cows, Heifers, Horses, Hogs, Farm
Implements and Household Goods will
be offered at public sale
22 Head Jersey Dairy Cows. Dc-
cendents of the Bouncy He Vd.
14 Jcrsey Heifers
4 Head Work Horses
1 McCorntick Mower
1 Johnson Hay Rake
1 Blizzard Ensilage Cutter
1 Bradley Feed Grinder
1 John Deere Sulky Plow, 14-inclt
2 Walking Plows, 14-inch
1 Three-section Harrow
2 sets Work Harness
1 Silvcrtone Phonograph
1 Home Comfort Range
and other articles too numerous to
SALE BEGINS AT 10:00 A. M.
TJERMS OF SALE$10.00 and under, rash. On purchases of $10.00 or over
bankable note due in one year, drawin g 8 per cent interest will be accepted.
Free Luach at Noon Bring Cups
Frank T. Feltch, F. C.Butler, Auctioneer
Owner F. D. Stuart, Clerk
Ed. Edmunds, the man who is v.
stating Al. Glllis around the fair
ground, while a lover cf horses has
no use for that long-eared hybrid,
the mule. Ed. has been occupying
sleeping quarters at the grounds,
next to where Everett Wilson has
stalled his trick mule. The animal,
like all others of its kind, occasion
ally indulges in a song, which is more
ear-splitting than musical. It us
ually starts singing in the wee sma'
hours of the morning, just when Ed.
is getting his, beauty sleep. The
trackman stood the noise as long as
possible, then arose one morning and
turned his mulclcU out on the road.
He declared he could not stand for
the strains emanating from the vo
cal cords of the "Rocky Mountain
Billy Heckman has spent part of
the summer as assistant to a hotel
man at Swim. Hearing that expert
with a pick and shovel were required
In building the new bridge, Billy j
packed his turkey and trekked to
town. He is now in his clement,
digging down toward China, and at
the rate he is working will soon have
the excavations for the abutments
Johnny Williams was somewhat
perturbed on Sunday. There were
several tourists who wanted cabins
and Johnny was holding a' few of
those campers' delights for people
who had been there, but who had
gone away with the word they would
return soon and wanted the cabins.
Some of them failed to show up as
promised, which rather put our gen
ial camp ground man off his feed
for a time.
The "Tourbadour Four" Maupin's
premier orchestra, played for the
dance at Legion hall Saturday night.
Some who attended say the music
was good, while others declared the
musicians were falling off in their
playing. It is a sure thing that any
orchestra cannot play a3 it should
without rehearsing, and that is the
one thing necessary for the home
band to do if the members desire to
merit commendation. Get together,
folks, rehearse new music and show
our dance lovers that you have the
goods. We know you arc capable
of delivering the best, so why not
get on you toes and pep up?
There are some people in Maupin
who are of the 'rule or ruin stamp."
They are continually knocking others
and seems to be obesd with the
idea they are just what the doctor
ordered when it comes to making
themselves conspicuous. The truth
is that those people have no concep
tion of what leadership really is, that
everything they attempt is a flat
failure. They are old enough to
known better, but their mania for
self aggrandizement is so strong
that whenever they fail to rule they
will ruin. They know who they arc,
therefore we refrain from publish
ing names, hoping that they will
wake up and change their tactics.
Now that the merchants have de
cided to close their places of business
at 6:00 p. m. each evening, oiir peo
ple who have been in the habit of
waiting until Bftcr supper to do their
trading for the next day, will have
to get a move on and visit their store
before the hour set for closing. The
help as well as proprietors are en-
w if line
THE OLD TIME BIG TIME ; '"V
Fourth Annual American Legion
Show1 of Pioneer Days
Colorful Costumes. Real Whiskers
Old-Time Vehicles. Games. Con
Dancing Nightly in Auditorium
Ball Room. Free Entertainment
Mammoth Street Parade at 5:00
p. m. September 13
Fall Fashion Revue at 8:00 p. m.,
Season Tickets 50c
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Albright Commission Co., Inc.
UNION STOCK YARDS
Ship your livestock by truck and be on the market the tame day
you ship. When selling eall R. C. Davidson or O. P. Reh & Co.,
Salesmanship Service Satisfaction
ALBRIGHT COMMISSION CO., INC.
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