The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930, June 20, 1929, Page Page Three, Image 3

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    TEE MALTIN TIMES
FOR SALE
Small Case
Threshing
Outfit
in good condition for
sale cheap
Shattuck Bros.
MAUPIN, - OREGON
tig Tfcrta
p Personalities : 1
- Aaron Dvin ami family spcnl
Sunday with friends at Dufur.
o -Wm.
Woodcock of Wamlc w
trading in Maupin Tuesday morn
inf.. Elmer and Bert Hammer were in
town from the Flat on buinet yen
terday. Ben FraJey nd aon, Orvllle,
trnrted buslnew at Portland on
Monday.
Mra. Ceo. Dei-frcr of .Spokane wan
a ut at the "Kelly" Cyr home
over Sunday.
John Conroy of Sheram was an
attendant at the mlwlon meeting- on
Tueaday evenlnf.
Jaia Derthirk hk aevcrwl con
neftlon with the ' YcackH nhp
banda and ha returned to Maupin.
Anattack of flu lat winter af.
frrtcd Jatta's Ugt that he found
climbing: the hills an impossibility,
hence his return,
, o
"Bo'.' Wibon concluded his visit
vith relative., In Portland and cam
home on Sunday.
0. F. Renick and aon, "Bun"
were at The Dulles Monday, going
done on business.
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I). L Rulhrford and wife were
down from their Criterion home on
business yesterday.
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Mr. Chss. Walkor and daughter,
Mi i Mamie, were Portland visitor
the first of the week.
F. P. Stuart wa a man from
Msupin who war. a visitor at the
county seat on Tuesday.
A. A. Derthlck came over from
Pufur thi morning and spent the
dsy in Maupln with relatives.
Joe Kramer and Nick Ksrolus took
a new Ford truck to the Warm
Spring- agency this morning.
Mrs. W. II. Staats went to Port
land yesterday and will visit with
relatives there for a few days.
Floyd Richmond and wife were In
from the Badger creek ranch on a
shopping visit Saturday last.
Mrs. Bobbie Davidson and little
daughter are at horn again after a
visit with her parents at Hood
River.
Mrs. Cut Derthick and Jim Vau
ghan and wife visited with the for
mer's husband at The Dalles last
Sunday.
Ed. Yeaton, foreman with the
road oiling outfit, drove to Shaniko
last Sunday in quest of living
quarter.'. ' . . .
Newton Crabtrec is still at Scio, to
which place he went to attend the
annual reunion of the Crabtree clan
early in June.
J. M. Conroy and family were in
from their Shaniko ranch Tuesday
evening and attended the mission
meeting at the Catholic church.
F. K. Seil.'V and wife and Uisr
Maggie Wray came up fromJPortland
Saturday and spent that night and
Sunday at the H. E. Wray ranch.
R. R. Miller, brother of our
"Shorty" Miller, from SaJem,
spent several days recently with his
brother and family, returning home
Tu day!
Mrs. A. C. Martin and Mrs. Nettie
Fuller came from The Dalles Satur
day and spent from that time until
Sunday evening with the John Con
fer family.
MTisa Helen Weber is again , at
her work at the Shattuck store;
after having spent a couple of
weeks with friends in the Valley and
at Portland,
Dr. Stovsll, wife and son. Estcl,
were visitors at the county seat on
Monday, the doctor rolnr there to
attend m meeting of the district Boy
Scout council.
Andrew Cunningham and wife re
turned from Loa Anireles Saturday.
they having been called thwe at
witnesses in a case connected with
gas and oil property, in which Mrs.
Cunningham is jntere- ted as one of
the heirs. ,,
Shearing Hunt's Sheep
The Kistner sheep shearing crew
is busy at the Hunt sheep corrals in
Maupin divesting the Hunt iheep of
their wool. There are about 3,000
sheep to be sheared and the job will
take all this week.
Choir at Church
The choir which furnished the
singing at the mission meetings at
the Catholic church this week was
made up of W. II. Staats and wife,
Mrs. Jamet, Woodcock, Mrs. K. E.
Wilson and Mrs. George L. Morris.
Broufht in Truck
Je Kramer and Art Morris went
to Portland Tuesday and when thev
returned each was driving a new Ford
truck. One of the vehicles will go
to the Warm Springs Indian agency,
while the other is for one of two
men who have placed orderj for such
gasolin buggies.
"Dljth TTVtn About
A aV upo Town
The spectacle of a little colt be
ing left on the highway to starve or
being taken care of according to the
tender mercy of passer, by, is one
that demands the attention of the
state humane aoclrty. Those horse
drevers who were guilty of the in
humane act should be made to pay
for their dirty work. Some drovers
have been haled before the court
because of like action in the past and
this Instance is one for drastic action.
" x
Bill Schilling is rejoicing because.
Beu Fraley brought a new welding
outfit back from Portland Monday.
Bill is all to the good when it comes
to sticking broken pieces of iron to
gether, but the old equipment he hat
been u ing was antiquated, too much
so for good work. Now, however,
Bill has a chance lo show just what
he can do in the welding line.
. Jass Derthick is at home from the
sheep range. His legs gave out on
him, and he says that climbing the
hills while chasing heep was a little'
too hard on stems that have carried
him around for the past 58 years.
He will stick around town until har
vest and- then help gamer the wheat
crop.
Leo Fischer drives an oil truck,
working with the crew now oiling
and graveling our highway. Leo is
a lover of trout. As a fisherman,
however, he is outcla ed by almost
any lad in Maupin. When it come
to eating the succulent fish he is
there with both feet. He says he
can eat his fill of trout three times
daily and top off with a bunch of
ame before going to bed. Wonder
what h will do for fish when he
leaves the banks of the Deschutes
and moves to Shaniko.
Bill Williams has a pet fo puppy
he calls "Dingbat" Tuesdav Bill
cut up a rabbit for fox feed and
took "Dingey" in hfc arms t0 feed
it a piece of bunny. His hands car.
ried some blood una ha litu -
w akws a. A
smelling it. sunk his teeth into the
j fleshy part of Bill's thumb. We ad-
wormy pioneer Iq wear a
pair of sheet iron glove-, when feed
ing his pets hereafter.
Bates Shattuck is preparing to
take a vacation, which time he will
spend close to nature at some of our
noted lakes. Bates hat been a busy
man since taking over the .Wilson
J stock and is entitled to a time away
irom worry and work. At that
we'll bet he will occupy his' mind
with ideas looking to a further im
provement of his store and how ho
can make it more convenient' for
both eta tomcrs and store help.
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does alo all kinds of business that deals with the
public Banks, ?ft well, render reliable service to
thousands daily. They function for the public,
take care of business matters, guard funds entruct
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services that are never realized by the general
public, .
Come in sVd let us tell you how you can save
money by starting a checking account, or inform
you of the value of a safe deposit box. We are here
to serve you and our chi?f aim is to serve you
right.
Maupin State Bank
(INCORPORATED)
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DOCHERTY
-POWERS
For the remainder of our Dissolution Sale you will be privileged to se
lect your needs from our large stock -and pay as you are paid. Come
in, select those pieces you have always wanted, at these remarkable
sale prices v A small down payment will deliver them easy monthly
payments on the balance. Look at following bargain surprises:
; Copper Bottom
Boilers $1.49
Brooms 34c
'
Glass Mix Bowls
Set of 5 64c
Draperies and
Curtain Goods
fatkalf Price
Voiles, Scims,
Marquisettes and
Rayons in a variety
of colors
' Simmons 45-lb .
Cotton
Mattresses
$10.50 value now ;
$5.95
Oak Dining
Table
and six oak wood seat
chairs to match
$32.50
One-piece
Axminster Rug
912 size,
$37.50 value, now ,
$26.85
Used Ranges Fiber Rockers
Charter Ook Range With upholstered
$5.50 spring seat , "
. $11,2''
Malleable Steel puiLUp chairs
Kange Velour sag seats, used
in good order . $7.95
50 n . .
Printed
Window Shades Linoleum
in green only, 36x6 1 Square yard 78c
50c each . Armstrong
Extension Quaker Felt
Curtain Rods Square yard 69c
Open to 45-in, width Congoleum RugS
25c v 35c '
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