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thuritoy December H, 1020.
THE MAUPIN TIMES
We are thankful for the very liberal patronage we
received the past year. That trade proved that our
goods, prices and service meet with approval. To
all our people, patrons and others, we wish you a
.Hkppy annd Prosperous
Maupin's Leading Grocery
O. P. Resh Co.
Everything For the Table Maupin, Oregon
ing a butcher knife for the purpose,
had the utensil klip, the point enter
ing the left groin, narrowly mining
the femoral artery and causing a
deep, long wound. Dr. Elwood at
tended to the injury and the lady
ht getting along in fine shape.
Pal Up Road Sign.
A representative of the State
Highway commi'sion has been at
work in this section for the past two
weeks, engaged in putting up road
signs. The markers include, "crois
roads," "cum," "danger" and
''caution" signs mid will be of great
service to motor! ts. Jesse Adding-
jton was employed by the official
Published !n the inerests of the people of Maupin and vicinity by
THE TUM-A-LUM LUMBER CO., Phone Mai. 72
Maupin, Oregon, December 26, 1929
Muck Christmas Business
Maupin merchants reports a
greater volume of business this year
than for any year past. The rain
fall and snow covering on wheat
fields caused a feeling of optimism
t0 pervade the ranchers and each one
responded with a little more spend
ing money for Christmas gift; than
would have done had the dry weath
JLr,"--"-"L v; Crofoot home, coml
iug up from
Everett Richmond made a
to the county scat on Monday.
Dan Poling Is at the home of hi.
parents at Corvallis during the holi
1 1 iQ
Prof, and Mrs. A. W. DcVoe arc
spending the week with friends at
the state metropolis.
Tonight will occur the last Hoy
Scout meeting of the year, being
held at the Legion hall.
Mac Ilollomsn took in the dance
at Legion hl Haul night and re
mained over in town today.
Ben Flinn. son of Noah Flinn,
former resident of Wapinitia Plains,
was a visitor in Maupin this morn
Miss Winifred Kaiser will spend
the holiday vacation In Maupin, hav
ing come up from Eugene last Fri
H. E. Marks came up from the
power plant at Oak springs Sunday
night and took in the show at Le
W. F. Magill, brother of Mrs.
Chas. Crofoot, is a visitor at the
Wade Hampton left for his home
at Latimndo last Friday morning,
and will remain there through the
John SUiviill came over from
Condon and spent tho Christmas
time at the home of his brother, Dr.
L. S. Stovall.
Verne Fischer, Slgno Firchcr and
their little daughter motored to The
Dalles tli In morning. John Stovall
John Stovall returned to Crndon
'li- morning, going over to ur
intend some repairs to th-j High
I' hcol building there.
Miss Maggie Wray, a student at
Northwetern Business college,
Portland, ia at her parents home
for the holidny vacation.
Mr. Joynt and Mrs. Carr went to
Portland after school clowd for the
holiday and will spend the time with
friends and relatives there.
Hobby Lewis is spending his va
cation from 0. S. C. at the home of
his parents on Smock and the TilitM
son home in The Dalles.
Herbert Bair, youngest brother of
Mcmlamcs Phil Starr and Ellis
Hughes, came over from Fossil and
spent ChriHtmaa with his relatives.
Visited in Town
O. P. Weberg and family gathered
together at the family table yester
day and ate Christmas dinner to
gether. Thote from out of town were
Leonard Weberg, wife, and little
daughter, and Harry Weberg, who
is at work on the Claud Wilson
ranch on Rakeoveti,
James Wray came
night from Portland,
where he is
L. C. Hcnneghan and wife have
as a house gueM, the latter's sister,
Mrs. T. W. Knowlcs, of Dufur, who
will remain throughout the holidays.
Jimmy Johnson, who came to
thec part when the Deschutes
river ran over what is now top of
the hills, was in from Shearers
Lloyd Woodsidc end wife and
John Stovall from Condon, were
out of town people who partook of
turkey dinner at the Dr. Stovall
taking a course in pharmacy at tbe
North Pacific College of Pharmacy.
He will remain until after the holt
days. Pernell Marks came over from
Longview, Washington, Sunday and
has been visiting with his father at
the Oak Springs power plant. He
expects to return to Longview Saturday.
EnUrtained at Dinner
L. C. Hcnneghan and wife enjoy
ed the company of Mrs. Hennc-
ghan's sister, Mrs. KjiowIcs, of Du
fur, and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. StaaU
who they entertained at Christmas
dinner at the Hcnneghan home yes
Cbi.f Celt Cap
James Chalmers, chief of the
Maupin Volunteer Fire department,
was most agreebly surprised Tues
day evening when a delegation of
firemen appeared at his home. Jim
was wearing his old cap and one of
the visitors took that off and in its
stead placed a fine firemen's uni
form cap on the head of the chief.
The new headgear is decorated with
the word "Chief" and pleased the
recipient more than words can express.
If it wasn't for ihe
trade you folki give us
we couldn't continue in
bu'inesn, that's all. You
juat bet we arc mighty
thankful for your pat
ronage during 11)20.
To make our business
of even greater value
and service to you in
dividually and to the
community at large is
going to be our guiding
principal again in 1930.
The past year may
have brought its dissa
pointment and troubles
but let's not carry
them over into this year
for we probably will
get tome nice new ones
without even looking
A new Year I Say,
folks, if we had a mon
opoly on happiness and
prosperity we could cer
tainly pour out a
mighty generous share
for you in 1930.
W. Could Do Without
The man in the office
could do without one
meal ,a day, but he
would not like it. The
man on the farm could
get along without a
seed drill or corn plant
er he ,could do his
planting by hand. And
a woman could get
along without many la
bor saving conveniences
in her kitchen. Wc men
folks never hesitate to
buy equipment that will
save time and work.
Why ihouldn't we be as
considerate of our wives
as we are cf ourselves?
A built in kitchen cabi
net, new floors and a
coat or two of fresh
bright paint on the
wood work is what she
wants and we have
Be careful of too
many New Year resolutions.
Shepflin residence b
nwing completing. In
ride is finished with
the new Gypsum waU
board. Contractor Job
OraMrce is doing th
is doing repair work at
the school house during
The man getting hi
hair cut noticed that
the barber's dog had
hi yes fixed on his
"Nice dog," said th
customer. ''He seems
very fond of watching
you cut hair."
"Tain't that," said
the barber, "You see
sometimes I makes a
mistake an mips off a
piece of a customer'
Tround, did you say? Yes, and cabins being equipped with electrU
proud of it, is our genial chief of lights, cooking plates, spring beds
the fire department. And why
and sleep-inducing mattresses. Tba
shouldn't he be? Wkh a fine chipf'a 1
cop and silver badge to wear with'two 8re able to take care of 811 th
in Jim is as proud as the boy withjtrave desiring a resting plaso and
hLs fir.t pair of boots. He has been' to start another would only result
i;t ihe head of the fire department Jin splitting up the Incomes and
f.ncc its organization and under his would not innure much profit fo?
ft pei vision all things connected with 'either of them.
the water service of the city has
b;n well taken cere of.
The Maupin Warehouse Co.
wishes its many patrons
A HAPPY AND
L. B. KELLY, President.
CEO. L. MORRIS, Manager.
L. D. WOODS1DE, Dir.
W. E. HUNT, Dir.
Marcus Shearar went to The
Dalleg on Tuesday for the purpose
of having his physician examine his
wounded leg. He was told that in
about another week hi condition
would be such as t warrant his dis
charge from medical attendance.
J. C. Redifer, who has the con
tract to haul telephone poles for the
new toll line, and who, with his
family, has been here for some
time, left for The Dalles last Fri
day, having completed his contract
in these parts.
More Kids A17
Two new babies were born to
people of this section recently, one
of them, an 11-pound boy, making
hln advent at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Guy Brittain, living at Smock,
last week Monday while the other
n daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Hartman, Wapintia, arrived last
1 Saturday. AH concerned, parents
and babies, are doing well under the
care of Dr. Elwood.
ELEVEN YEARS AGO
From The Times Dec. 27. 1018
Three inche: of snow fell at Wap
initia last Tuesday night, while the
thermometer stood at 15 above
zero. Fog and wind also were ex
perienced. Dolph Mayhcw, who has been with
the army, came home last week, be
ing the first one from this section to
return, owing to cessation of war.
Dr. Elwood arrived on tho after
noon train yesterday, ahving a three
day' leave from csntp. He expect
to be discharged from the army in
about 10 days.
L, C. Wilhelm reports that the re
building of one half of L. D. Kelly's
big barn Is about completed, and
that the other half will be built in
Mrs. Frank Chastain of Juniper
Flat received a telegram yesterday
stating that her brother, Bert Lin
ville, had died in California. The
body will be brought and laid away
in the Kelly cemetery.
Maupin's quota to the United War
Work campaign was $510.00, but
Bought Show Shop
George Miller has concluded nc
gotiations for the Nahouse picture
littica of rivatia Vollav n.l irill
, 11 v owing to a change 111 the itate quota
show there weekly hereafter. I " , . , , . ,
. , .,iwc were raised 50 cents mof, which
uuuihu lion lias a nimu vi oiiimt
houres and is showing a quality of
pictures that appeals to people in
each town ho visits.
Had Narrow Escape
Last Friday morning, while trying
to loosen some candy in a pan, Mrs.
Andrew Cunningham, who was ut-
The Season's Greetings
WISH TO EXTEND TO OUR PATRONS A
fl wnZxVot at n
we met, and then some. Total do
nations received were J78S.10.
Mr. and Mrs. Laco DcCamp have
rented the Mmipin hotel and are
making preparations to open same to
J. P. McGlasccn, principal of the
Maupin schools, is at The Dalles
this week, taking an examination for
a life teaching certificate. He is
the only one taking the examination
at this time.
appj P irTproua iiw K
n:i. rr About
riVli, upt Town
Third and Washington Streets,
Oliver Resh demonstrated his
strength Tuesday morning, but at
the expense of the steering whorl
of his Star car. Oliver was about
to ftlight from the car when opposite
the bank. In doing so he kept hold
of the wheel and when ho reached
the ground level found a segment
of the wheel in his hand. Oliver is
no light weight, is very strong and
didn't realize ho had hold of the
wheel while getting out of hi3 car.
Charlie Steele evidently had
forme the idea that he was to be J
forgotten by his friends in the mat-!
ter of a charivari, as some time had j
elupted between his marriage and'
last Sunday night. His friends, J
I oiriver, were sleeping with one:
eyr : pen, and that one looking out j
for the right kind of weather. Sun-j
1 day evening last proved an ideal
j.iii tnd several, yes, 1 great many
I friends loaded themselves with all
I kinds cf noire makers and proceed
ed to the Steele home where they
made the air resound with hideous
sounds. Charley responded like a
little man and the ''serenadcrs" de
parted after wishing the ncwlweds
all kinds of success and happiness in
their wedded relations.
The Times folks' table was grac
ed at Christmas dinner with a fine
fat turkey, one of the flock that
Frnest Confer had been fattening
for the occasion. Of course the
family did ample justice to the bird
and all (or nearly all, the editor
e.pccially) had to push the table
away from them, so well filled were
they with turkey, stuffing and the
other things that usually accompany
a Christmas dinner. F.rnest shipped
a consignment of turkeys to Port
land Sunday, receiving top price for
The coming smoker at The Dalle",
on New Years night, will show Floyd
Holloman of Maupin In the ring with
his late antagonist, Jimmy (Del
King) Larson, as King has been -x
head-liner, in Portland fights for
some time. This time the Portland
lad may meet a Waterloo, as Hollo
man has been working out with VIt
End'-, who knows the fight game
from A to Izzard. It is expected
many from here will attend the
In a letter to The Times man
from a friend at Longview we were
told that the reason our friend did
not accept our invitation to Christ
mas dinner was that our roads were
too crooked; also that our highways
had a reputation of being ued Ly
people somewhat under the influence
0f moonshine, which war. a mcnat-j to
s 1 er travel. All right, old m...t, wo
re sorry you couldn't como over
but your further excuse of 1-0 mu-li
snow won't go down with us, foi
this section is enjnyin the finest
rprig weather ever exp ;.: need at
this time of year.
We were asked what we ;h:UV.
of another cnnip ground behij:
started in Maupuin, and we answer
ed "Nix on that idea" Miupin is
singularly blessed with two good
camp grounds, one on the east side
and the other at the west end of
the bridge. Connected with each is
a neat store, carrying all such goods
demanded by campers, gas tanks,
oib, accessories, etc., as well as the
Too Dalles, Oregoa. Pbont 35-J
Mr. and Mrs.
W. B. Sloan
Long Distant Hauling A Specially
ELZA O. DERTHICK
AMBULANCE SERVICE "
Call Maupin Drug Store
Your Watch Haywire?
If it ia not doincr its work .;
bring it to The Times office
and Mr. Semmes will send
it to ' . i
GUY A. POUND
SuccNwvr 10 U. Lindquist ,
THE DAUE3 - - OREGON