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THE MAUPIN TIMES
Thursday, Soiitombrr, 20, 102'J.
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g T i l i H n 1 1 XT I ! the football field four or five tiiuiM,
- Npirhhnrhnnn Sruinn Nntess Ueygotothe hoUe dm.,;,
O .. 5 clothes. But all jokes nsule, the boys
I can accomplish more fiK'htmy; in an
t'H-y will have lota of practice by ; hour now than they coulll in lrt.
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Tygh Valley Oct, 4. iai2'j.
M-iUpln Oi-t. IS, 1U23.
Tliei will vroLubly bo a game
with The bu'iUs second team cn No
die end of the year.
Un J riday morning the Wapinitia
school; assembled for the purpose of
:-iigiiitf and "pepping up" the foot
ball boys. The Kinging was led by
Uvlcn fcndcrsby and Kuih Shorthill
played the piano and Mr. Heckman
Vember lllh. There will be a re- compameii on tne vioun
f'irn frr.rrie with .u.iu.u and lygh
Y.'.lley on u; m-.-. lufer than October
t ft tl..i!l Gv.te
Friday, September,- 20th Wi-rs
Every tvening at 3:30, Mr. Heck
man s;:ys "The bootball boys are cx-
Uused." Then there is a noise that
"Culi'Ties" j' "jrneyed to Puiur to would rtawe a deaJ cat lrom a Sooa
piny the ;l.vc; ti that place. Du-! i'und sleep. This noise lasta until the
fur Wi)o t're to.v, :,nd chose to kick. ; Iwys have crawled into a suit and
W.paii'Ja sv.i-ved on the 30-yerd ' gone to the field,
line but tailed to reUirn the pig-' After going to the field, the boys
kin. At the end of the first throw or kick the ball to the other
quarter neither team had scored. players, who usually miss it. When
With about five minutes to play in they get tired of this, the would-be
the econd quarter, Dufur, by means quarter beck decides that they need
of a forward pass and a line plunge, j 30mc line practice. &o they line up
Publinlicr'i Agent Call
Tygh High school wiis visited by
a representative of the ('urtltt I'uii
lwhlng company who laid out a plan
whereby the student body minht ben
efit by selling sub; criptlons to his
eoniprny's publication'. Ilia plan
"idled for two teams with two load
ers each. Each team is now busy
Lillnrd ! wiling the Country lientlemnn,
Mr. Lilluid VUits
Tuesday afternoun Mr,
visited the Wapinitia Hik'h school. Ladies Home Journal and Saturday
He gave u., an luterestng talk on I Evening Post, striving to outdo tho
salesmanship bei'oiv presenting the I other team.
plan of selling mus-azincs published
by the Curtis publishing company.
Hazel Laughlin w:m appointed busi
ness manager for the green.', and
Avis Eendersby s;.'.a manager for
the reds, two soliciting tennis having
Miss Irene Linn of Tine Grove
visited the High . chool Tuesday.
carried the brdl over for a touch
down. They failed to kick the ball
over for the extra point. In the
third quarter Dufur again crossed
Mir lino. Stueber succeeded in
khkm-' the b-.ll over the rail. Again
in the f.urtl: cnnrt.er Dufur crossed
the lire by ivci;? of n forward pass
but failed to make the extra point.
At the final whistle the score was
Alhcfi'i they did net win, the
"Oycirm n'aye-l a good fighting
gi-jne n hov.-p.d th?t with more
practice they will develop into a
Du air's outstanding pltsyers wen
Stueber, E. Wc-isler and Feltch.
Stuchnt Body Meeting
A Stud?nt Body meeting was call
ed Monday omrmn? at the Higl
school. As the Freshmen were sent
outside they think that tilings loo!
tad for them.
The inembrn of the Sophomore
i'i s Vve been telling stories fo)
f-. ir Engl'sh work. They pre rathe?
n.rvou now, but Mr. Haekman say
ihev will soon lose their nervousncr
and he calls, "Signals! 48, 62, "Oh,
Heck! Can't you big saps ever figure
out that you are to stay on that line?
Alright i " But here some one cuts
in on him and they all enjoy a good
old gang fight, which lasts until the
coach makes his appearance. Then
the coach starts in, calling each one
what he thinks of him. "Come on
(you boneheads and we will have
some tackling practice," he states.
The boys all bejrin to find hurts
hat would keep them from practic
ing. Lloyd remembers that he has a
;ore leg. Koscoe discovers a sore
nkle. Albert is afraid that he will
; t knocked out like he did the night
The cortch raves on, ''IKtc you
f-brkH warts, you. You are all
i yellow that chinaman is white corn
ered to you. If you big sr.ps, who
e so sore, don't tackle me, I'll run
er wj and grind you into the
And you can bet your last swoet
:llar that they tackle him because
is a hard boiled bf.by. When they
Tyjh Won Football Cama
Our football team feeis quite
elated over winning the game bet
ween Mauptn and themselves on
the local field last Friday. (The
Tygh boys played an excellent
game, ihowing the result of careful
and faithful practice. Fortunately
one player was injured and that
was not serious, as the player fin
ished playing his position durng the
rest of the game. It is the hope of
Tygh Valley student body that the
ished playing his position during the
remainder of the :eason. The score
wan 6-0 in favor of Tygh Valley.
SHORT SCHOOL NOTES
Ctirnvl Woodcock was absent from
school Monday, and Leslie Wood
cock anil Roland Louis wero each ab
ent a half day.
The Freshmen are doing fine and
beaming accustomed to the ways of
the High school.
Prnetially nil books have been
purchased and every student is gett
ing down to real work.
.Jokes are being collected by stu
dents for a paper i"I.augh" which
is read every other Friday afternoon,
'beginning Friday, the p"th.
I. L. Rutherford atteml.'d I'm
Encampment at Hnod River Satur
day night hiMt,
Mrs. H. .S. lleiijiiniin of Fond
drove, and her daughter, Mrs. Mar
tin Mo lu, ot' I'unliuul, iwi.vud thru
Crlterl. n Friday on their way to
Prlnev lie, where Mr, llenjamlii will
viwit a iother daughter, Mi a. Tom
Smith, who operates the Orheco Ho
tel at that place. On 'their way
throug'i here they atopped at Dave
Wilson's, leaving Mrs. Autin, who
came up with them to vi.dt her
ditughler, Mis. Wlltum, until they re
turn. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Appling made
a buainvsa trip to Tho Dallen on
Frank Albright bus finished the
fall seeding on the Dave Wilson
ranch and returned to Portland,
where he will visit his son, Carl Albright.
Mr, and Mrs. D. II. Appling uml
daughter, Miirjinle and Marie, and
little I.i. Is Ilurrllng .pent Sunday
afternoon with Mr. and Mrs, Arch
Hannah at Shaulko.
Harry Rutherford rpeut Sunday
afternoon with tho Kirsch boys.
They did Homo football practice and
later tried makliiK a batch of peanut
butter finlici', which they said tasted
gnod. There wasn't a sample left,
ho wo don't know.
LOST Hotwccn Dufur and Wamlc
(r between Wumlc and Maupin, on
Friday, Sept. 20, a 12x11 tar
paulin, black in color. Finder
will be given a cash reward by
returning mime to this office. Lost
from Splckvrinan freight truck.
Rinj Sample! Arrive
The Seniors have received sever;-!
samples of rln.ss rings, tlr.y coiMinif
from various companies tirnufyctui
Ing such. The e!a;t will hold a meet
ing soon and will then detenu. H '
just wh.at style rmg to purchase.
Went to Salem Fair
Alice Gesh Rnd Carl Wrenn were
th? club members from Tygh Vul'cy
who went to the state fair at Sab-t.i.
They won the privilege by the rx-
ckle until their black and blue sprt I cellent showing of their exh'hits a'
ve increased considerably in n m-the Tysrh Valley f;.ir last month.
A SUMMER VAC1")N
;Tw Frank Hachler)
A Hig i s.hool boy's vr'n Is
great is he dosn't weaken. IMs sum
mer vacation Is moi tly hard labor so
that he can have a little 'jck" in his
pocket while he goes to school.
For my vacation I left the Flat for
the hills June 2 1st to work in the
Purest service. I s-tarted to w-ork the
next M 'lidny morning.
The fiv t Siindy four of us went
fMiiiu: in Shell Rock lake. We caught
'Ivrt.-'-M trout, and they were large
.,1',' M. l! look two of ir to carry them
!"'ick t.-i ("l!'io.
Tlr days veot by, one by one,
until ti'.e fir-l of Amr't. Then 1
'm! t f;rtit fire fur six ilayn. The
:;"i'. i f Aii(iit w- wen- culled to
fiirht five inr'in. I fought there un
ii l):e middle of September, when
I e.- nie out in ro to sehool.
Win. A. SHORT
FOR SALE 14 Ramboulet Ducks,
lnquiro of R. II. Dahl, Tygh Val
SHEEP FOR SALE Thres hundred
head of sheep from one to five
years of age; two hundred old
ewes for sale by Ernest Troutman.
Will make early delivery of all
Litlb drops of water, etc.
thoue-ht. we felt H rain drop.
A clearance of odds and ends from our regular stock. Pieces that have
been used as demonstrators odd pieces from discontinued suites, hurt
goods have been assembled on the main floor and marked at prices
that mean a great saving to the purchaser. No exchanges on goods
sold during the Rummage Sale all sales are final.
ALL ITEMS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE
$27.50 Lacquer Decorated Nest of Three Tables,
slightly damaged, can be used for (J1 HZ
onffoP tables, etc V A A 1 U
$14 Mahogany Finish Arm Rocker, velour upholster
ed auto seat cushion, well made and H Q ff
nicely finished 4 7J
$37.50 Combination Walnut Serving Table, two
door front style, suitable for radio cabinet,-! rj rjr
odd piece from suite J
$27.50 Lift Top Dressing I able with Mfrror, mahog
any finished, a piece suitable for the -j O AP
living room LOVO
$9.00 Decorated Book Back with carrying handle,
four compartment style, slightly 9 OQ
damaged for sample 007
$9.50 Decorated Enamel Smoker with brass finish
ed fittings and glass O QQ
$17.50 Mahogany Finished Windsor Rocker, cane
seat and spindle back style low seat f7 QF
suitable for sewing rocker uO
$17.50 Decorated Wrought Iron Fernery, removable
tray, large enough to accommodate Qpf
three plants : U.ttl
coffee tables, etc
$14.75 Mahogany Finished Davenport Tabic, 48-inch
top, well braced and nicely finished, O rt jr
rummage sale price U t v
$6.00 Mahogany Finished End Tabic, turned leg
and stretchers, half round 9 QfJ
$9.00 88-piece dinner set, white with line 4 QC
border, a close-out pattern -1(JJ
$18.00 Rebuilt Electric Vacuum Cleaners, all recon
ditioned with new bags and cordsrum- - r nr
mage sale price J
$9.75 Four Shelf Book Rack in mahogany
finish, rummage sale price
$26.00 Full Size Unfinished Four Poster
Bed, head and rail foot board
A large selection of homefurnishing needs,
kettles, pans, mixing bowls, pitchers, dishes and
etc., at very attractive rummage sale prices.
Many exceptional values shown h our gift and
drapery department. An opportunity to secure
drapery materials at half price and less.
Docherty-Powers Furniture Company
STAGE SCHEDULE OF
3end-PortIand Stage Co
Tripi Evrry Otlur Day
3rd. and Washington, The Dalles Phone 300
Leiive rorthind . I p. m
Arrive M.mjiin '1:.'0 p. m.
Lenve Bend 7:00 a. m.
Arrive Maupin 10. HO . m.
Arrive Portland 2:&U p. m.
Stage top ct lloUl Kd!y and the
Rainbow K''in(;e in Mnupin; at Im-IK-rhil
lt.itel in Portliind.
New In Fffect
OREGON TRUNK RY.
Portland, Vancouver, Wishram, mid
Tickets on sale daily August
25 to November 30.
30 Day Return Limit
ROUND TRIP FARES
Reduced Fares to Other Point
Train-j leave Northbound for Port
and at 1:10 a. m. daily.
Southbound for Bend at 2:33 a m.
Full Information of
E. W. GRIFFIN
L. S. DAVIS
Trav. ?gr. Agent
Central Oregon lin
SPRING CHICKENS Two hundred
Rhode Island red, 200 Barred
Rocks and 100 White Leghorn
all thoroughbred stock also a few
turkeys, for sale reasonable. In
quire of Floyd Richmond at the
nerviro ( tatson. 66-t2
I. 0. o. v.
I.o.Ik'o No. 205', Maupin, Orejon
meets every Saturday mifht in I. O.
O V. hull. VlKitimr niwnbers ulwave
Witlnrd Cumiinfb.am, S G.
Exrntt llazm. Secretary
Dr. W. KENNEDY
First National Dank Bldf.
The Dllr. Oragoa
I Long Diitant Hauling A Specially
ELZA O. DERTHICfC
CallrMaupin Drug Store
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