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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 7, 1926)
Greater Savings in Furniture at
At ths time of the year especially one naturally turns to greater comforts for the home New Rugs, Warm
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AT OUR STORE YOU CAN FIND ALL THESE COMFORTS, INCLUDING HUNDREDS OF ITEMS
WE HAVEN'T SPACE TO ENTER IN OUR ADVERTISEMENTS
Bed Spring's and Mattresses
2-inch Continuous Post Ivory Enamel lied
Double Deck Coil Spring, guaranteed
40-pound Cotton Felt Mattress J JJQ
The Above combination may be purchased on our easy credit plan $2.60 down, $1.00 per week.
FULL LINE ASSORTMENT GENUINE
Gold Seal Coragoleum Rugs
AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES
9x12 Gold Seal Congolcum Rugs
9x10 Gold Seal Congolcum Rugs
7.6x9 Gold Seal Congoleum Rugs
6x9 Gold Seal Congolcum Rugs ""
$1.00 Delivers your Rug Balance $1.00 per Week.
Specials on Bedding'
72x80 Cotton Blanket $3.85
66x80 Cotton Plaid Blanket $1.75
66x80 Wool Mixed Blanket $9.00
Extra Good Quality Comforts $5.00-
Many other good numbers in Blankets too numerous
Our Linoleum department is stocked with the latest
patterns in Inlaids, Prints and Congoleums. Inquire
today from us for our latest prices.
SEVERAL ITEMS FOR SPECIAL MENTION
TOO GOOD TO BE PASSED UP:
Floor Lamps complete, pretty Georgette Shades,
Wood or Metal Standards $15.00
Bridge Lamps complete .Parchment Shades,
, . -Wrought Iron Standards... ......$10.85
Boys' Coaster Wagons, Disk Wheels, Hardwood
Body : $8.75
Boys' Scooters, Metal Frame, Disk Wheels $1.25
Step Ladder Stools, very sturdy $1.35
White Enamel Bath Mirrors with towel
Unfinished Bow Back Chairs $1.50
18x36 Gold Seal Congolcum Matts, 3 for $1.00
Cedar Polish, per pint bottle.. 30c
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Phone 300 Third and Washington Sts.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Sam Brown end wife were in town
Tuesday on business.
Floyd Eubanks wbb doing busi
ness in Maupin Tuesday.
Judge A. E. Lake was in Maupin
from Wamic InBt Friday.
Antone Seifert was down from his
Nona ranch on Monday.
Jack Kelly was. in town Monday
doing business with local merchants.
Leo Crowe of Portland was doiijft
business in Maupin on Monday.
Geor(?o-Tillotson made a business
trip to Wapinitia on Monday.
II. T. Lewis of Wapinitia was in
town on Monday gottinsr his car re-
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. Mrs. Ernest Webb and children
visited with friends at Bluffs last
Ernest Kramer was in from tho
Lukeview district a short time last
Doanc, the typewriter man from
Portland, was doing business in
Bruce Driver and wife were in
town Monday, doinc business with
, Bob Wilson went to Portland
Thursday and transacted business
there the first of the week.
Raymond Crabtrce came in town
Tuesday from his ranch to get some
parts for his farm machinery.
Jack Morrow and family went to
The Dalles Monday. While ., there
Jack transacted Bome business.
Ed. Stcffan is down from the
montains and will spend the winter
at his ranch in the Shady Grove
ChaB. Crofoot camo in from Wa
mic Friday after a load of freight
connected with the building ho is
Alfred Herrling and wife camo up
from Bend Saturday. Mr. Herrling
made proof of a homestead claim
before Commissioner F. D. Stuart
Del Martin, manager of tho Olds'
mobile Garage in The Dalles, was in
Maupin Saturday while enrouto to
Shaniko. Mr. Martin feports the
sale of a new Olds to Chas. Walker
of Juniper Flat. , ' : ;
Miss Vera Johnson, who has been
in Mapin several weeks as a guest of
Miss Florence Cavan, left for her
home in Alberta, ' Canada, Friday
Miss Johnson will visit with friends
at Portland before leaving for home.
EAST MAUPIN NEWS
S H ATT UC EC'S
Special Offers This Week
With Each Pair of Ladies Shoes and $1.25 in Cash
A $2.50 Ansonia Clock
Regular little beauty alarm, brass finish, square.
With Each Pair of Eoys School Shoes and 75c cash
A JUNIOR SIZE GRAIN LEATHER
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Wth Each Pair of School Shoes, a
Webster's Dictionary irJ
Special Offer on DELINEATOR (now combined
with Designer) two years for $2.00, or one year
for $1.20. This is a $1.00 value which you may
have for $2.00. Offer open only to October 10th.
The ndersignod has bought the
bwU of section 23 and se',4 section
128, township 5 south, range 11 cast,
on which is "Dane's cabin. Cut no
timber on this land.
45-t2 Welby A. Dane, Owner.
NOTICE TO DOG OWNERS
Poison has been spread on the
rimrock of the L. D. Kelly ranch.
Owners of dogs are notified to keep
such away, otherwise they may be
killed by eating coyote bait 45-t2
FOR SALE 50 head of .purebred
Rambouillet Bucks, i EmdL Hach
ler, Wapinitia, Oregon. . 48-t6
II. E. Fischer accompanied E. A.
Troutmanto The Dalles Monday.
A 10 pound boy arrived at the
Andrew Cunningham homo Tuesday.
Many sheep men and horse buyers
were at East Maupin the past week.
Mrs. John Donaldson is nurse at
tho Andrew Curiningham home this
Mr. Lew. Kelly returned Sunday
from California after- a week's visit
Mrs. Chas. Crofoot and children
of Wamic visited the L. D. Kelly
home Friday. - "
John Williams returned from an
other hunting trip with Oliver Resh.
Each killed a deer.
Miss Alba Hachlcr - spent two
days with friends at East Maupin
Saturday and Sunday.
The R. E. Webb famly made a
trip to Fortland Friday and brought
homo an Essex sedan.
' Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Herrling of
Bend visited friends at East Maupin
while hero Saturday and Sunday.
home from the mountains near
Prineville where he and his father
with others were hunting,
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Mr. and Mrs. Len Caton of Port
land visited at the HoteW Kelly last
week. Mr. Caton is a brother of the
hotel "manager. Mrs. Caton recently
returned from a trip east. '
Where the Inner Man Get Full
SHORT ORDERS ...
TRY OUR SUNDAY
Ice Cream, Cold Drinks and
. Fl Off tT. SHOP
"Merchants vj Beauty"
Flowers for All
The Dalles. Phone 794
I. O. O. F.
Lodge No. 209. Maupin, Oregon,
meets every Saturday night in
I. O. O. F. hall. Visiting mem
bers ahvay3 welcome.
J. C. PRATT, N.C
E. R. RICHMOND Sec'y-
Your Watch Haywire?
If it is-not doing its work '
bririjr it to The Times office
and Mr. Semmes will send
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' and Watchmaker
Successor to D. Lindquist
THli DALLES - - OREGON
Aristo Motor Oil
Meets Old Buddie
James Chalmers was agreeably
surprised last Friday when Harry G.
McDonald walked into the shop. The
two men served in ihe same conti-
gent during the war and became real
buddies. Mr. McDonald comes from
San Francisco, and before leaving
visited relatives at Criterion for a
Has New Radio.
George Tillotson, of the Maupin
Garage, has a new radio set installed
in the office of that establishment.
Georgo is selling that make oi a
radio receiver and says it is the best
set for the money. He extends an
invitation to all to come in and en
joy the music any evening.
New Stevens Hamme rless Bhot
gun 12 gauge, for quick ralo $25.00.
Maupin Drug Store. ,
Mrs. H. E. Fischer and Mrs. L. D.
Keily attended the Ladies Aid which
was held at the Bothwell home on
Juniper Flat on Wednesday.
El?a Dcrthick brought a deer
To Persons In Interested in Shady
Brook Community Hall
CR AND ALL
The Dalles, Ore. Phone 3S-J
UNION OIL GO.
(As you come into town)
There will be a special meeting at
Shady Brook Community hall at one
o'clock p. m., October 9, 1926, for
the purpose of disposing .of very im
portant business. All interesed are
requested to be present.
H. M. Barnum,
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