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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1920)
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Demoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL 7, NO 3
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY. OREGON. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 29. 1920
THE YEAR $1.50
'It Pays to Pay Cash at JoryV
F. M. Jory
all vStaple Groceries
Fresh Fruits & Vegetables
Doughnuts and Buns
HATS HATS HATS
"It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's"
HILL'S GASH STORE
'Your Money Goes Farther At Hill's"
Why stay in I he same old nit year after year? Do you
know when you have a bill charged you pay for having
it charged? Do you know you also pay the other fellows
bill; that doesn't pay at all. The credit system could not
exist if it wasn't run that way, Why pay the other
fellows bill? Will also carry a small supply of fresh meat.
Wehavea full line of groceries includ
ing Great American Coffee, Karo
Syrup ,Fresh Apples, Oranges, Banan
as, Nuts, Candies, Cigars, Tobacco,
Potatoes and Sweet Potatoes.
Meat MarKet in Connection With Store
Chas. N. Burget
Republican Candidate for
Ice Cream at Cyr's Confect'n'y
Under New Management
The Red Cross class in Hygiene
ana care ot the sick at home
under the instruction of Miss
Counnihan has been quite success
ful. Those who took the examina
tions are Mrs. Ralph Kaiser Mrs
John McCorkle, Miss Ruth Mc
Corkle, Mrs. Raymond Crabtree
rs. Walters and Mrs. Frank
How about a flash-light for
winters use. Two cell small
size $1.00, complete with battery
fwo cell large complete $1.35
Three cell complete with battery
$1.75. This is pre-war prices.
Maupin Drug Store.
II. R. Kaiser shipped one
hundred twenty pounds of sapc
brush and juniper to 0. L. Law
son Sales Manager for the Studc
baker garape Portland. These
Eastern Oregon evergreens re
to be used as decoration for the
Stuilfbaker car Irwin S. Cobb of
Saturday Evening Post fame
made hi i tour of Oregon in.
Let u" figure with you on your'
painting and wall paper. Maupin
Drug Si i 'ip.
Several earn of hogs and cattle
were sdiipr over, the O. W.
Wednesday. Those shipping were
H, E. Driver one car hogs. W.
M. Driver one car cattle, Chan.
Crufoot one cur hogs and J. E.
Kennedy one car cattle. These
were shipped to Portland mark
ets. Decorated 42 i i"Ce China
Dinner Sets $12.t(0. Maupin
S. N. Hill enterprising mer
chant of "Wapinitia was a Maupin
A nice assortment of Ivory
Pyralin, on display at the
Maupin Drug Store.
All farmers who expect to sow
alfalfa next spring should send
their orders to JN. G. Hedin sec
retary Commercial Club, Wap
initia not later than November
15th as the present supply of
Grimm alfalfa is limited. It does
not pay to sow other varieties in
this district. Beware af ordinary
seed houses aa the seed i3 often
not Grimm when it is not certifi
ed seed. The price will be less per
pound if all farmers club togeth
er in buying seed.
Let us take your measure for
your new winter suit while the
assortment is complete, R. E
Maupin Rebecca's expect Mm.
Ethel M. Fletcher of Salem the
president of the Rebecca'Assemb
ly to be here November 3rd. All
Rebeccas are expected to be pre
sent and enjoy the good time.
James II. Hazlett, candidate
for the State Senate, lias repre
sented the irrigation interests of
Hood River County as Secretary
and Attorney for a number of
years and is strongly supported
by the farmers of Hood Rivei
The Maupin School is not
standing still. Some enterprising
patrons have noted the need of a
piano. And we are authorized to
announce a Grand Box Social in
connection with the feocial pro
gram of the Commercial Club
Saturday night October 20th.
The young men of the coir
munity need have no fear but
what the young ladies will show
themselves mistresses of the art
istic and culinary arts-
The boxes will be auc'ioned
off to the highest bidder and
the proceeds applied to the first
payment on a piano to be select
ed by a competent committee.
The young men have slarled
an athletic association. The Odd
Fellows have generously volun
cered to them the u.se of their
lall when not otherwise ospd
Let the virile men of the com
munity come out and meet with
the boys and revive the feelings
of youth. Your neighbor's boy
is not a bad boy, you simply have
not made their acquaintance, All
stranger are possible enemies.
Do you know your own boy?
Come meet with the boys and
The class leaders for the first
month are -
Senior -Lewis Derthiek
Sophomore Mabel Cyr.
Freshman-Jcssc W alters.
8th. -- Enna Morris.
7th. Vera Tunison.
6th. Helen Weberg.
5th. Earl Green.
Those deserving special men
tion are Mable Cyr, Jesse Walter
and Calvin Potts from the High
School and fpr the Granin er
Grade Room Helen Weberg,
Vera Tunison, Erma Morris and
A. M. Winn. Prin.
WILL FOLLOW THE DOWNWARD TREND jnst as fast as
the market will justify it and we do not expect to wait until our
present stock is sold before we reduce prices on goods in stock.
Reductions have already been made on many staples. All shoe
prices have been reduced 10 per cent, Ginghams Outing Flannels
and Percales, regular 45 and 50 cent values reduced to 35 cents,
Overalls and Khakis reduced 50 cents per pair, and other items
will be reduced just as fast as the market shows a decline that will
justify it. We d.'sire to protect you at all times. However we
ask that you do not expect too radical a reduction at once, as it
takes, in tin? line of catton gU, for example, four or six months
for cheaper cotton to reach the consumer through the regular
channels in them inulVuituiv 1 article. We verify this statement
by calling your attention to the flour market which still holds high
as compared to tin1 present price of wheat.
The House of Better Service
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Maupin State Bank
We Strive to Merit Approval
Paul W. Cliildcrs
rospccfully aks for your vole
for Dristrict Attorney for Wa:;co
County. He will give you courte
ous treatment in the otlice, an
economical adminicitration, and
strict enforcement of the law.
. VOTE 58 X YES for
rAL'L W, GUILDERS'
Ford Prices Before the War
In 1901-05 and 6 Ford Touring Cars
sold for $2,000.00 F. O. B. Detroit.
The new price is $440.00 F. O. B.
Detroit and the present Ford Cars arc
the best cars the Ford Motor Com
pany ever made.
Regardless of 146,065 orders on file
for immediate delivery and millions of
dollars worth of high priced raw ma
terial on hand, the new Ford prices
were fixed on a pre-war basis in an
effort to bring the business of the
country and the cost of living to nor
The war started in 1914. Compare
the new Ford prices, now in effect,
with the 1914-15 prices.
All nnunfii'is of the American
L';;ion and the ex service men
who have not joined are a:;k'd
to attend the meeting 8 P. M.
November It lint the I. O. O V.
Hall, Maupin, .
Sedan, v starter,
Coupe, will; barter,
All the iibn c prices are F. 0. B. Detroit
The new Foul prices area cut to
(he limit. The new Oregon allotment
of 1176 Ford cars per month assures
you of reasonably prompt delivery.
You want one you need one place
your order now and get one.
i Any one having hna to hi
notify Job Crabtree or Dolphus
1 Mavhfw ar we have half a car
I load and want to ship November
I R. P.. andW. I. Driver were
in Maupin this morning.
GANNETT MOTOR CO., Authorized Dealer
"Every Oregon Driver Needs a Ford Enclosed Car1'