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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 15, 1929)
Thuraday August 15, 1&2'J.
THfi MAUPIN TIMES
Dr. Klwood nude a bunineiis trip
to the county si'&t Monday.
Herman Genh over from Wa
nilc on buainew on Monday.
D. U. Appling and son, Jamei.
were in from their Criterion ranch
"Shorty" Shaffer waa a vlaitor in
the itate metropolis from Suturday
Mr . G. I. Dvrthick hna accepted a
poitillon at houitekeeper at the Geo.
McDonald home. ,
0. S. Waltcn wn In from Juniper
Flat on Tueaday, doing trading with
Mi.ia Doris Kelly I: upending a few
days with friend at I'ortlund, going
, down lat Saturday.
Frank Gable came over from The
Dulled and li spending the week at
hi Natural Prairie ranch.
Eater Davis came down from the
Fleming Bakcoven ranch Sunday and
rpviit the day In Mmpin.
M.iw Dorothy Harrto spent Sunday
In Maupin, returning to her homo In
Portland Monday, morning
Bate Shattufk and wife vinitH
the wild liml Sunday, (ruing to the
top of hlntrli Mount Wilkin.
R. W. nichnuiml and wife went t
their Hadgr cret-k ranch Tuesday
and will rprnd the week there.
Rodney Cooper and wife vinited a
ahort time with Mr. Grare Chalmers
on Mondny, they being on their w:iy
home from a week end vitdt with the
former's brother at Condon.
Sylvester Kramer and wife were
Maupin visitors a short time Monday
evening, they coming over from Du
Mrs, Cluranc Zlegenhagen was a
vtaitor at the county seat Tuesday,
being accompanied by her little son,
Jimmle Wray Is the asultant to
Clarence Zlegenhgaen, he driving
the Standard Oil company's No, 2
Miii.'- Dorothea Lister will go to
Frieda Saturday for a short visit with
her aunt, Mrs. Willis Robert, and
Maxwell McDonald concluded har
vest work on the Flat and spent a
few days of last week with the
Joe Kramer and Charley Steele
were at Portland from Sunday un
til Tuesday, going there after a now
Milt Morris and wife were visiting
with relative:, and friends in Maupin
on Tuesday, coming In from their
Mrs. K. A. t'yr and daughter, Mm.
George Morris, and children, return
ed from a 10 days' visit with rela
tives at Bend, Monday.
Jim Baxter esme in from Prine
ville, where, he had working in the
hay field. Monday, going to The
Dalles Tuesday afternoon.
Miss Gtievluv. Seelhoff was the
gnent of Miss Winifred Kaiser a few
day; the latters part of last week.
She is now living in Kugcnc.
S, N. Hill came over from the
agency Monday and took a Fordson
tractor back with him. The machine
bad been overhauled by Kramers.
R. H. DeCamp, wife and the let
ter's daughter, Miss Blanche North
rup, were in The Dalle Saturday
night, returning to Maupin Sunday.
George McDonald and wife have
returned to Maupin after spending
a vacation of two weeks in the
Willamette Valley and at Portland.
Dan Glbba came In from the
country Saturday. He has been tak
ing care of ranchers' harness repair
needs on the Flat for several weeks.
Bunny Rooper and family were In
Maupin reveral hours Monday even
ing, they having been compelled to
stop here in order to have repairs
made to their auto. The Roopers
were on their way home from" Salem,
where they took in the Legion con
vention. Their home is at Antelope.
Bates Shattuck has arranged
three radios on a unit hook-up and
now is able to demonstrate all three
at one and the aam time, bringing
in the same wave on each radio.
The object of this is to be able to!
show Ju t what each machine will
do without having to tune in with
ech one at different times.
Serve children small portions of
food. Then they can clear their
plates withouthurrying and without
the feeling of being stuffed.
Accustom your family t fresh
fruits served naturel as desert once
in a while. It will be good for them
and save work for you.
May Co U OllaJ'w
Dr. Stovall, local scout master, is
arranging a trip for his troop which
will give the members a stay of a
day and night at Ollalic lake. If
the trip is made it will be on Sat
urday, Augustr 24, and will include
a stay over Sunday. Several others
not members of the troop are ex
pected to join with the Scouts in
Mibrd For tluc.lot.erri
Dr. W. A. Short, with the Wray
brothers, Addie and James, went to
the huckleberry fleds near Swim on
Sunday. When they reached the
summer resort they found the berries
were still further in the mountains,
so shouldered their buckets and hik
ed a matter of four or five milea
They lucceeded in picking a few
gallons of the wild fruit and re
turned home, each feling the ef
fects of the mountain climb.
Ben Fraley has had Lew Wilhelm
at work several days recently mak
ing changes in the Rainbow restau
rant. Some variation have been
made in the interior of the room,
chief of which is the construction of
receded door at the front
Local view postal cards 6 cents
each at the Maupin Drug Store.
ELEVEN YEARS AGO
From The Times August 16, 1918.
Wapinitia people were visited by
the stork during the past week,
leaving a daughter with Mr. and Mr .
Ora Mnynard, a girl at the Arnett
home and another daughter with Mi.
a id Mr. Emil Hachler.
Funeral services for the late Mrs.
Kmma Beattie were held at the
Kelly church on Monday, burial be-,
ing mule in the Kelly cemetery.
Mrs. Beattic died at Pendleton on
:he lOlh iustant.
Ten families living in Maupin
left for the mountains this week for !
the purpose of picking berries.
The Hunts Ferry warehouse ha
received, to date, 15,000 bushels of
wheat. Four carloads have been
Miss Ina Dawson has registered to
enter the war nurses tervlce.
"You are coming
right to the front,
So observed an officer of thi3 bank the other day
during an interview with a young business man.
"Yes;" he replied, "and vour friendly, helpful coun
sel and banking service nave been important factors
in my success . . . And, by the way, your bank is
coming right to the front, too! And, deservedly
if the constructive assistance you have given me i3
a sample of what others receive."
The above, and many more commendations,
show the relation in which we stand to the business
interests 01 doutnern wasco uounty.
Maupin State Bank
VELOUR DA VENPORTS
Fine English overstuffed pieces full size, propor
tioned to fit into the average home. Deep spring
back and seat styles vith spring-filled cushions, 5
leg bases, gently flaring arm. Covered in choice
The $19 Ch iir to Match $39.50
$125 "Birchfield" Davenport in Mohair
The model of distinction covered in choice plain mohair, withJ q
loose cusnions revcreu in orocaies. uiacK wen inmmea rvk) 1 f O
THE $69 ARM CHAIR TO MATCH $54.50
With tubukfr steel ends ivory
enamel finished 5 fillers in
head and foot ends.
(Limited One to a Customer)
Very sturdily fashioned with
angle steel bases. Deep coils of
tempered steel wire helical
spring tied tops. Enamel finish
ed. Full or twin sizes.
Regular $10.75 Simmons
Roll edge, closely tufted, choice
of size, sale special. .
Third and Washington Streets, The Dalles
2 FAMOUS TRAINS EAST
Connection w'th th de luxe
No ea'ra far
58 hr., 50 mlo., The Dalle to Chicago
Leave Maupin 10:53 A. M.
Connection at The alles (8:35 P. M.)
Ceaaectioa with another fin transcontinental train
Lv. Maupin 10:55 A. M.
Direct connection at Sherman (1:20 P. M.)
L. Maupin 10:55 A. M.
Ar. Portland 5:30 P. M-
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP SUMMER FARES EAST
Daily to Sept 30-Finl return limit Oct. 31
R. B. BELL, Agent, Maupin. Ore.
EDW. H. MeALLEN, T. F. t P. A., Bend Ore.
WHEN IN THE DALLES
Make Your Headqarters at
The Golden Grill or
where every service awaits you.
Special Merchants Lunch from 11:00 to 12:30 each
day for 40 cents the best in town
3 Both Restaurants have been entirely remodeled for
53 your convenience.
1 E. J. McMahon
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A Wasco County Produd
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Fresh Bread and Pastry
Order from your home merchant-get the best
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