The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930, February 18, 1926, Image 3

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R. E Wilson Co.
HESE offerings of every-day staples are
money savers for you. We invite com
parison of these prices and assure you
that all our merchandise has been re
marked on a lower scale. Let your dollar
do more for you by trading here.
2-lb can Folgers Coffee
Special price $L15
Large can Oysters 38c
5-lb pail Karo Blue
Label Syrup
9-lb sack Quick Cooker
Oats J8c
1-lb tin Peanut Butter 23c
No. 3 tin Monopole
Chesterfield Cigarettes,
per carton $1.23
Garden Seeds are now in
No. 3 can Monopole
Sweet Potatoes 21c
Tall can Navy Peak
Salmon 16c
When buying Plows why not buy the old reliable
OLIVER? Always first in improvement, gives
you more for your money, and repairs are always
easier to obtain than of any other line.
Joe Kistner from White River
was a Maupin visitor Tuesday.
Rev. Mershon was in from
Wapinitia on business Tuesday.
Mrs. S- E. Sinclair was in
from Wapinitia on business Mon
day. Lloyd McCoy was in Maupin
on his weekly shopping trip Mon
day. Mrs. Gus Derthick is able to
bo out after a severe spell of ill
ness. Everett Richmond accom
panied French Butler to Bend
tables and apples to Bend or
Wm. Danielson transacted bust
neas at the Dalles and Antelope
ItF. C.Butler took a load of vege-
Clarence Zigenhagen and wife
visited relatives at The Dalles
last Sunday.
Earnest Troutman is on a two
weeks visit with friends at
North Plains.
Roy Ward, popular Wapinitia
rancher, was doing business in
Maupin Tuesday.
Geo. Mallatt and wife were in
town on business Monday. They
live on Bakeoven.
R. P. Newland, in charge of
maintenance on The DallesCali-
ornia highway, was In Maupin
a short time Saturday last
The R. E. , Wilson and Oscar
Renick families motored to Ma
dras Sunday last
Mrs. Dolph Goetjen returned
from a few days' visit at The
Dalles last Friday.
W. H. Willlamaand wife mo-
tored to The Dalles Tuesday, go
ng there on business.
S. L Smith, driverof the state
truck here, with his wife drove
to Goldendale recently.
Rev. Sprouse and family left
Maupin for their new home near
Woodburn last Friday.
Good serviceable flashlights,
complete with battery, $1.00
each at Maupin Drug Store.
Albert Appling was in town
this week for the purpose of hav
ing his fliwer battery recharged.
Geo. Cunningham is now the
owner of a fine piano, purchased
Tuesday from the Maupin Drug
Will sell you a good piano .or
piano player for $20.00 down and
18.00 per month. Maupin Drug
Mrs. Ora Duncan and Miss
Violet Mott of Wapinitia visited
at the Clarence Fargher ranch
Monday, h
Jack Morrow has moved from
the McCorkle cottage near the
schools to the Woodbeck cottage
in the south' end.
work same purchased several
farm horses from Ed. Wakerlig
of Bakeoven.
A. J. Kistner, father of Mrs,
Milo Wood, was visiting his
daughter here a day or two this
week. He lives at Kelso, Wash
ington. ,
VV. R. McCracken and Elias
Kilen, representing the state in
dustrial insurance commission,
were in Maupin Tuesday on busi
ness connected with that end of
the state's business.
L C. Henneghan and wife
drove to Dufur last evening.
From there they journeyed to
Salem, where they will visit
with Mrs. Henneghan's sister,
Mrs. M. F. VanLaaren, a few
Mrs. W. H. Staats entertained
two of her sons, Roy and Grover
C. Slusher, with their wives,
over Saturday night. The visit
ors live at Dufur and came over
to attend the dance at Legion
George Morris and wife enter
tained MesdamesW. M. Ellersick,
M. A. Nelson and Arnold Nelson
and Steve Hull Saturday night
and Sunday. The first named'
visitor lives at Ronners Ferry,!
Idaho, the others making their!
residence at Bend. Mrs Nelson'
is Mrs. Morris' grandmother and
the others her aunts and uncle, i
Are Yon Prepared? '
See us for those needed Plows and Plow
Repairs. We have some special bargains in,
Gang Plows
Singletrees, Collar Pads, Collars, Harness
and Strap Work
Eight mow h the &n to pre
p&rej A land's ready, are you
Shatfoick Bros.
Juvenile Philosophy
Come in and try a dish of our ,
10 cents a dish
5 cents a cone
We also have a full line of Cigars, Cigar
ettes, Candies, Lunch Goods, Pastries
and all goods desired by tourists
and the public in general
rs.L Fischer
Lester Kelly worked as mail
carrier for "Bill" Williams Tues
day, while the latter attended to
business at The Dalles.
John Farlow sold 75 head of
prime beef cattle last week to
Arthur Wurtrweiler, a buyer for
a Portland packing firm.
Ask for a free sample of De-
witt's Kidney Pills and Marzan
at the Maupin Drug Store.
Ye editor and family visited
Wapinitia Saturday. We were
much pleased by the appearance
of the wheat fields along the
Earl Crabtree, who has been
working at Astoria for some
time, came home Saturday and
will visit with relatives a few
Mrs. Geo. Tillotson returned
to her Maupin home Sunday
evening, after having spent the
week with her parents near
Art. W. Fargher will make fi
nal proof on his homestead on
March 23, the proof to be made
before United States commission
er Frank D. Stuart
Dr. Stovall spent last week as
a juror in The Dalles. He came
home for Sunday and returned
to court duty Wednesday.
Frank Turner who has been
confined to his bed for two weeks,
has so for recovered from his at
tack of lumbago as to be able to
sit up a few hours each day.
F. d. Stuart and Ralph Kaiser
each took a load of Rebekahs to
the district convention at Hood
River this week, the convention
having been held yesterday.
Mr. Goode "My boy, why is
it always best to tell the truth?"
Boy "Because you don't have
to remember what you say."
A Good Home Buy
Here is one of the best home
buys in Maupin: A new five-
room house on three lots. House
has full basement with bedroom
partitioned off one end. Lots
are free from rock; contain all
kinds of small fruit, some bear
ing peach trees; good chicken
house and wired run. Can be
bought for $1200, buyer to as
sume mortgage of $900. For
particulars call at this office.
King' Neutrodyne
The old Willie Norval ranch at
Wamic was recently sold by Geo.
Woodruff to a man iiamed Wing.
The ranch comprised 820 acres
of fine land. Consideration not
Marion Duncan of Wamic has
leased additional acreage for this
season and in order to properly
The Times is $1.50 per year.
Any 2 piece suit made to your
order and fully guaranteed
300 All Wool Fabrics all the
the same price
Aty. 3-Piece Suit
Single Panta $8.50
R, E. Wilson Co.
At Richmond Service Station
O. L Paquet was in ' from
Wapinitia on business Monday.
Lost Man's green woolen
sweater, somewhere between
town and Newt. Morris ranch.
Finder is requested to leave
same at this office-
Pay Water Rent
All water user are hereby noti
fied that water rent must be
paid by the 10th of each month.
Failure to do so will result in
water being shut off.
By order of City Council.
Everett Richmond,
City Recorder.
To Fit His Head
Customer: "Have you any
Clerk: "Yes sir. Whatsize?"
Customer: "I r?ally don't
know, but I wear a size seven
Piano Must Be Sold
Will sacrifice high-grade piand
in storage near here for immedi
ate sale. Will give easy terms
to an established home. For
full particulars and where it
may be seen address Portland
Music Co., 227-6th St., Portland,
Ore. 13-t3
Fordson Tractor
Following is partial list of
new parts installed:
Cylinder Block, Pistons, Rings,
Crank Shaft; Valves,
Field Coil, Differential Case,
Differential and Transmission
Bearings, Front Wheel Bearings
and all other parts showing
any wear.
Has New Style Vaporizer Assembly, making I
easy starting: and more power. Priced to sell .
Wood-Tillotson Co.