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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1928)
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p Personalities 7
J. G. Kramer and wife were in
from their Criterion ranch Tuesday.
D. L Rutherford and wife were in
from their Criterion ranch on Sat
J.I1. Fitxpatrlck wao registered at
the Bank Hotel, The Dallci, Tuesday
Guy Rollnron and
Valley were visitors
wife of Tygh
rhll SUrr an3 wife transacted
business at The Dallei today, going
down this morning.
Mra. Rose Dahl and Mm. Cecil
Redington were recent Tygh Valley
visitors in Maupin.
Ike Driver, the snge of Wamic,
was hob knobbing with old Maupin
friends on election day.
As Hartman'a store was the voting
place of residents of upper Juniper
Flat, student of the Wapinitia High
school were stationed there all day
Tuesday to sell tickets for this Fri
day's football game with Maupin.
Sales before 4 o'clock totaled $11.
The members of the High school,
with the aid of the grade pupils, are
engaged selling ticket for the com
ing football game with Maupin HI
Robert Holman, a senior at Wap
initia Hi school, Tuesday sold fine
Lincoln ram to Philip McCorkle of
.Frank Hachler assisted Prof.
Broughton last Sunday afternoon.
The couple were putting up the for
mer's radio, which is now reported
to be working fine. .
Frank Hachler and Marion O'Brien
lLtened In on the election reports
Tuesday night These two ambitious
iyouths also participated in the cut
ting down of a bee tree last Sun
The Wapinitia attendance for the
first six weeks of school was 98 per
cent perfect The total enrollment
of Wapinitia High school is , now
The football boys banqueted last
'Friday evening after the Kent game
- jat the 'George Claymeir home. Mrs.
Clyde T. Bonney "and wife came Claymeir, assisted by Mrs. Roy
ever from Tygh Valley last Satur-j Batty and aome High achool glrlo,
duyand did their week's shopping . served a real chicken suoner.
ORECON NEWJ NOTES
Wlamath Falls Site selected for
erection of new Federal building.
Klamth Falls Steel laid on new
0. C. E. railroad extention U lily.
Shell Oil company erecting 3 gasoline
distribution stations in this count-,
at P)y, Merrill and at Klamath Fl'
. Bly 9 of grade thrown up on
Pelican Bay Logging railroad south
Jefferson 100 per cent hook up
of farms on new rural electric line
extention in Lonney Butte district
Sptherlin Big rotary furnance in
stalled at Bonane Mines.
Madras Ground broken for new
firo-resistant garage for Chestnut
Klamath Falls Construction un
der way on Mammoth logging plant
four miles south of here for Weyer
Milton Machinery Installed and
new power plant here ready for op
eration. , Provision made for future
Parker's guaranteed fountain pen
ink. All colors, 15 cents at the
Maupin Drug Store.
Charley Kramer came home on
The Wapinitia school was well
represented at the basket social at
the Pine Grove school last Friday
Hobby Davidson went
River yesterday to spend
time with his wife, who
her parents there.
Tuesday, after having spent the sum- 'night
mer at work on the Roosevelt' coatt ' The Wapinitia ''Cyclones" won
highway. i their first game of football last Fri-
o 'day in the contest on the local field
against Kent The Kent boys were
light, but fast and scrappy and
fought to the final whistle against
our heavier team. The local boys
showed pep and headwork thruout
the game, did come good blocking of
punts and spectacular plays. The
score was 6 to 16. A good crowd
Attended the game.
'Maupin plays here this Friday.
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.lull. Willi III. BUM, UlUJi .
Jr., came down Tuesday evening to"ow Maupin chUdren the use of the
learn about how Hoover carried the
country at the election that day.
D. B. Appliflg and wife wore in
town a short time yesterday morning,
being on' their way to The Dalles
on a business trip.
K. A. (Kelly) Cyr has been at
home several days fixing up his autd
and trailer preparatory to hitting the !
road In the Intere t of the Peerless
school buses. Note the change of
time 1 o'clock.
Dufur plays' us here Friday, No
vember 16. We expect to work our
hardest in this game as Dufur has
been doing some excellent playing.
Bononze Gravity water
fo r this place discussed.
Chopped alfalfa hay In ton lota
at $20.00 per ton. One electric
light plant, al;:o team of horses for
sale or trade. Two Hampshire
boars, pure bred.
60-U Tygh Valley, Ore.
Symbols of Safety
that mean positive security
Primitive man protected his wife and possessions
by weapons of stone and iron. Today, cold steel and
solid concrete are symbols of safety for the protec
tion of those valuables which may mean so much to
Let the modern symbols of safety protect you use
a deposit box in our vault, adequately protected by
steel and concrete that is impregnable SAFE.
The cost is law, insignificantly so ! A smalfl charge
for such important service. A sensible investment
in safety and freedom from mental worry.
You canriot appreciate this safey or convenience un
til you visit our vault. Do so soon. YouU realize
more than ever before, how wise and sensible it i3
to take this precaution for your safety.
Maupin State Bank
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Lodgo No. 209, Maupin, Oregon
meets every Saturday night in I. 0.
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D. L. Rutherford, N. G.
O. F. Renick. Scc'v.
Albright Commission Co,, Inc.
UNION STOCK YARDS
You can ship jroar liresiock by track, and they will reach th market
the same day shipped... Whem tracking call, R. E. Richmond, or R.
C. Davidson, Maapin, Ore (on. ,
Salesmanship Service Satisfaction
ALBRIGHT COMMISSION CO., INC.
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Given by the students of the Tygh Valley High
School, in their gymnasium, on
Sn ti irnm Gr wil1 be served by the students
iHJrCI and will be an evening's feature
The hard maple floor of the gymnasium has been
sand papered and re-waxed and is now in its former
smoothness. Music by the competent
Hi School Orehestra
Dance Tickets $1.00. Spectators 50c. Ladies Free
Featarediini ami UmmiJ
The next ten days bring a most attract
ive event to home-keepers. Beautiful
mirrors for only 10 cents down. We have
dozens to choose from but choose early
10 c Down
Join the Mirror Club
A dime will deliver one of these handsome mir
rors to your home. You follow the schedule of
payments as shown to the right -10c down
20c a week from now, and 'so on, increasing a
"dime every week. Buy yourself a mirror. -
These Mirrors are heavily silvered on plate
. glass and arc in frames in keeping with the
quality of the reflecting power. They are the
best bargain ever offered in The Dalles and
those who join the Mirror Club now are the
ones who will reap thfe big profit.
See Them In Our Windows
Down Payment 10c
1st Week Lateir.. ...20c
2nd Week Laterfr..:0c
3rd Week Later; 40c
- 4th Week Lateit.'.M.50e
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6th Week Later (70c
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9th Week Later $1.00
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11th Week Later $1.2v0
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14th Week Later $1.50
many payments as desired can
be made at any time