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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 10, 1920)
TIREvS & TUBES
For a limited time only we will include with
every Racine Casing sold a Racine Tube of
the same size Free of Charge.
We have not raised on the price of our
casings to do thw, nor has there been any
drop in the price of Racine tires. We are
overstocked for the time of the year and in
order to lighten our stock wc are making
this exceptional offer. If you need tires
now or will need them later, take advantage
of this offer.
The Maupin Times
Published evety Friday at Maupin,
Je!3iliue K. Morrisou, Publisher
Subscription: One year, $1.50; six
months, 75 cents; three mouths, 50
Entered as second class mail
matter September 2, 1914, at the
postoffice at Maupin, Oregon, un
der the Act of March 3, 1879,
About 7 tons of hay, wheat
and rye mixed. - G.E. Cunninjr
ham. Maupin, Oregon.
Let us figure with you on your
painting and wa'l paper. Maupin
How about a flash-light for
winter's use. Two cell small
size $1.00, complete with battery
Two cell large complete $1.3?
Three cell complete with battery
$1,75. This is pre-war prices
Maupin Druse Store.
Harrison Young is in Portland
and during his absence Mrs.
Young is visiting her parents
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Martin of
For Sale -Weber piano in good
condition. Inquire at Times.
Frank Creager made a mis
step while getting out of his new
Ford truck Sunday injuring his
right knee. The hurt was quitt
painful but is nearly recovered.
For Sale While Leghorn cock
rel.s Hire bred 0. A. C. strain
Price reasonable if taken in two
weeks - II. N, Dodge Wapinitia.
All kinda of rough lumber and
some dressed lumber. Plenty of
Shiplap. Rough lumber 25 per
M; other grades in proportion.
M ul van y Bros. Mill.
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jmide Jaffa on a dirty job!
rOUR ENGINE r-pirfs nn
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nimw 1:3m ij que! niy. ko?u
dust, carbon from the combustion
cbpmber, and fin's particles of m;t?il
worn from the boriring surfaces g?t
into the lubricating- cil in ihs crank
case. All this dirt c?rcv.!?tes v'th
the oil through the ertir? If it frn't
drain?d c: rgtary lb;-:' borsnd
t.i hs excrs:ve wear ar.d ts:-r.
Gisulii'i'2 clzo c-xupes L.t ths
pbons and dilutes the oil
vTci1'.-m Cratikcijse Cfc'r.nirts- St-
flushes tb? crni ''use tb.'i'mj;hly
and infills with c'n, fr?b. oil,
The g ?ra c 03 1 if : bloTv" nre now
equipped to perf'Trn this need?d
senice quickly p'v fr a nominal
charge. We use ( ' An F lushin? Oil,
which cleanses th"roi.?pblv .rithout
danger cf ccnt?-'',.:.,r?tir!; t? fresh
Zcro!s"s refilled irito the c!e?j;ed
TODAYiErins- io 'curcs? for lod
?m Crankcafe C!-".n!ng- Service, It
will result in bett'-fns ins p?1 form
ence and lenger -i.fp. At v''".'r car.
Maupin Garages Maupin
E. J. Fischer, Maupin
Crescent Garage, Tygh Valley
W. F. Magill, Wanvic
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Do Your Christmas
We have many things suitable for
Christmas Gifts for Young and Old
Our goods are new and prices are
right in line with market values of
Just Received Some New Watches
Come in and see what we have for the
girls and boys.
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Portland Painless Dentist 305
Second St. The Dalles Oregon
same Building as the U. S. rec-
rutitig office. All work guarant
eed, W. T. Slatten D, D. S. Prop
Leave your orders at the Tum-
a-Lun Lbr. Co', for coal. Price
$14.50 at the car. Will arrive
abont the 25th. This is the cel
ebrated Utah Lump coal.
I-have supplies and am prepar
ed to do all kinds of new work
and general repairing. Horse
shoeing t specialty. Reasonable
rates. A. I1'. Martin.
December" 1st. 1920
Owing to a shortage in collect
ions I will have to charge cash
for all work in the shop until
April 1st, 1921.
A. F. Martin
Iain too old to run a dairy
hence I will trade a few young
registered and grade Jersey
heifers for other stock.
I dozen Everbearing strawberry
plants by mail for 25 cents in
stamp3-$1.00 per hundred post
A. A. Bonney.
W. H. Staats left Tuesday for
Remember the Commercial
Club meeting Dec. 18th. 1920
Important matters pending.
A nice assortment of Ivory
Fyralin, on display at the
Maupin Drug Store.
Decorated ' 42 piece China
Dinner Sets $12.00. Maupin
Di ng Store. v
Mr. and Mrs Bates Shattuck
spent Sunday evening at th J.
C. Haegy home.
frPWCP. (IntiriiiirViain anA fami.
ly left last night for a few days'
visit at Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Hubbard
went to The Dalles Sunday.
Frank Buian was a Maunin
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Appling
from Criterion were in Maupin
Sunday for them.
bert Knighton 19 visiting at
the homo of Fred Magill this
Mark Arnett has rented part
of Joe Grahams Wapinitia
property and will move shortly.
Ed Beebe, son of Mr. and Mrs
Chas. Beebe who formerly lived
here, arrived here from the valley
Friday and is visiting at his
Uncles, Geo. Beebe.
Nellie Harpham arrived here
Monday and is visiting her sister
Mr. and Mrs. Johny Sinclair
left here Sunday in their Over
land for Cherryville, Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. Cluster Brittain
came over, from Wamic Wed.
and visited home folks.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Brown left
Thursday morning for California
where they will spend the wint
Oscar Hammer will be employ
ed on the Dee Woodside ranch
during Mr, Woodsidei absence
Mark Arnett has purchased
a lord from Harve Morris.
Earl Barzee was up from
The slump in the market has
not only effected the wheat
growers here but also the boot
leggers, as two of them were dis
cussing the situation in one of
our stores recently, said business
wasratner dun, as there were
too many in the1 field.
Mrs. Beyier one of Wtpinitia'a
tormeo ministers died in Fort
land one day this week.'
Joe Graham spent several days
in tne mountains Jast week.
'Grandma' Heitz arrived'here
from The Dalles a few days ago
and win spend the winter with
her son Geo. Heitz. '
George Heitz' have moved to
Fine Grove where Mr. Heitz will
be employed by N. G. Hedin.
The Oak school teacher, Miss
Swank was called home Wednes
day by the serious illness of her
S. N. Hill brought a big truck
load of freight for his store from
NOTICE TOR Ft'BUCATION
Deoartment of th Interior
U. S. Land Office at The Dill.. Or
egon, November 13, 1920.
Notice is Hereby given that
of Maupin, Oregon, who on November
6, 1915. made Additional Homestead
Entrv No. OlSPfil. for nl.i Ktl.i
nwI-4 SEl-4, and sl-2 Nwl-4, Section
ii. lownsmu a south. Kanee 15 east.
Willsmstte Meridian. h filer! nnti..c
of intention to make final three year
proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before F. D. Stnart,
U. S. Commissioner, at Maupin, Ore
gon, on the 12th day of Januarv, 1921.
uaimant names as witnesses: James
Doran. Dolrh Coetjen, John Mannion,
Arthur W. Fargher, all of Maupin,
H. Frank Wvodccck, RtgisUr,
Notice is hereby given that the
County Supt. of Wasco County, Oregon
will huld th regular examination of
applicants for State Certificates at the
Court House as followi: Commencing
Wednesday, December 15, 1920 at 9:00
o'clock a. in., and continuing until Sat
urday, December , 18, 1920, at 4 o'clock
U. S. History, Writing (Penmanship)
Physiology, Reading, Manual Train
ing, Composition, Dumestic Science,
Methods in Reading, Course of Study
for Di awing, Methods in Arithmetic.
Arithmetic, History of Education,
Phychology, Methods in Geography,
Mechanical Drawing, Domestic Art,
Course of Study for Domestic Art.
Grammar, Geography, Stenography,
American Literature, Physics, Type
writing, Methods in Language, Thesi3
for Primary Certificates.
Theory and Practice, Orthography
(Spelling), Physical Geography, Eng
lish Literature, Chemistry.
School Law, Geology, Algebra, Civil
General History. Bookkeeping.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interiorior
U. S. Land Office at The Dalles, Ore
gon, November 22, 1920,
Notice is hereby piven that
of Shaiiiko, Oregon, who on January 10
191(, made Homestead Entry No.
01571H, fur jrwl 4 SEl-4, swl-4, Section
14, SEl 4.NE1-4, El 2 SEl-4 Section 15,
Township 7 south, Range 14 East,
Willamette Meridian haa filerl m,tir.
of intention to make three year proof,
to establish claim to the land above
described, before F. D. Stuart, United
States Commissioner, at Maupin, Ore
gon, on the 28th day of January 1921.
v-iaimanc names as witnesses: Uliver
Barton, Donald. Morrison, Malcom Mc
Donald. John Mi- Innea nil nf Khunilt,,
H. fiank Woodcock, Register.
NCrtE I OR PUBLICATION!
Department of the interior
U. S. Land Offii-e at Tho ril!D-, n
gon, October 13, 1920.
JNotice is hereby given that,
Ken F. fiii-hnrrlcnn
whose post-office address is Wapinitia,
viegun, am on ine wtn day or January
1920. tils in thio nflW cni.
, ... wi41.w u-T.UIM UtOVC-
merit and Application No. 021238, to
purcnasB me nei-4 SEl-4, Section 35
Trrtrv-el-iin X Cn,tU D - i, t7-i
Willamette Meridian, end the timber
ictreoa, unaer me provisions ot the
act Of .lun !? 1375 anrl .r.f.
tory, known 83 the "Timber and Stone
- , i oucn vaiue as mignt De nxed
&uchapp!ication, the land and timber
tllVftAh km.. 1. . . . .. .. 1 . . 1 I T T
,iar uceii Ki-'umiseu, une Hun
dred Twentu fir flrlllare tk link..
estimated 50 M board feet at $1.50 per
M. and the land $50.00; that taid ap
plicant will offer final proof in support
of his application and sworn statement
on the 10th day of January, 1921, be
fore Register and Receiver U. S. Land
Office, at Ihe Dalles, Oregon.
Any person is at liberty to protest
this purchase before entry, or initiate
a contest at any time before patent
issues, by filing a corroborated affidavit
in thift nffirp flllerrinT fanfa U.U
would defeat the entry.'
it. rrank Woodcock, Kegibter.