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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 21, 1926)
PHONE P.1AIN 271
OUU USUAL LOW PRICES PREVAIL
" NEW WINTER - ;
of the munsing make
now in ' !,
Cct Heady for the Cold Day Coming.
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REE DELIVERY TO DEPOTS
or within one mile of town
a vlmt with relatives ut Oration City
and lit Albany.
Jim Dcrthlck came in from hid
summer's sojourn In tho mountains,
Monday, and will remain In Maupln,
. for the winter.
I 1 Lester Crofoot and wifs cann
down' from Cove Creek . Tuesday
' morning and nporit tho day with
Maujiiii friends. " " " -
! County Superintendent of Schools
1 (Ironewnld was In Maupln Wedncs
: day evening and took part in the
J twtuthiir at the flijfh school. .
A. II. LuCore, section foreman for
ithe O. T. at Sherars, with his wife
and daughter, was transacting; busl-
ni'iig in Aiaupm iwonaay, , , '
Ilc'V, W. A', Mathews and wife
wj in from Simnasho Monday,
they 'coming to Maupln so that Mrs.
Mathews might have dental work
Ilonry Cramer displayed his goods
to Mnupin merchants the first of the j
week, and booked good orders for j
cigars and tobaccos. Henry is the
leading tobacco merchant in The
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
(hear Ucnirk and family drove to
Hi. ml KiviT Sunday and tpent the day
with friends. ,
Mark Stu'urt and wife wcro Tygh
Valley rafhers who -visited In Mail
pin" Tuesday. - ' -
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The Misses Iwegi.nn Muller and Min
nie Starr .wcro shopping at The Dulles
H. M. T.umum and wife were over
from Shady Brook ou business on
Monday of this week
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Klstner were in
Maupln from Typh Monday, taking
care of butdncHS matters.
Miss Albcrtina' Hnrklet, visited -ft
time with Mnupin friends on Tues
day, coming from the Vlat. ;
A. A. DiTthiek and wife spent Sun
day nt the home of their son, Gus
Desthlck,5 coming over from Dufur.
: . Hernard Welch was over from Wa
mie, Monday, after some printing
jobs being done at The Times shop.
o PICKED UP ABOUT TOWN o
Now that we are going to have a
city election we suggest , that ta
ciniige in government be made".
Let's adopt the city manager style
and fleet Al. Kennedy as manager.
A fl'ys he has tamed all the horned
toads on his ranch and thinks he is
qualified to tame the wild people of
Maupin. ,. : ,
Politics seem to have a bad effect
nn iifunn nennlo. Thi dpmnpratie ran-
Hirstcl IIollls, who has been in the mm wh( wa3 too much occupiod
moutulni all summer, came out Tues-1 10 tW specd of hi auto Rnd
day. . . He expecU to be in Maupin for ; . t d , - m...i.ine over on tha
lien Cook came up from Portland
Monday evening and will look after
( properly interests in Maupln a
(days. .. '. . . ;. . v.. '
Miss Edna Dcrthlck is at home in
Maupin after spending a time at the
homo of her grandparents at Tygh
Valley. ""' ' " " "
Sid Bloom, mamger of " the Civic
Auditorium at The Dalles, 'was a
wceoroe caller at The Times ; office
last Saturday.. , . - ':'
Mrs. B. I). Fraley and daughter,
Gcraldine, left Tuesday morning for
west hill last Thursday, would have
done better to have thot of the road
insteud of his chance of election to
n state office. ;
A certain officer who lately
"grabbed off" a couple of bottles "of
hooch and who says he has them
sealed as evidence, without having
Vote the Republican Ticket
" US: SENATOR
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To' election of Steiwer as V. S.
Senator from Oregon is of national'
importance. By virtue of reuublican
. control of tho senate . Senator Mc-
Nary holds the chairmanship, of the
important Irrigation and agriculture
committees. If the voters of this
state should go so far afield " as , to,
elect a democrat it might mean a loss
of repuMlenn control of the-senate
,nnd a (jonaequent surrender of Sena
tor McNary's vital committee chair
manships. ; A vote for Steiwer, tha regular re
publican primary nominee ii i vote
- for republican control ' of national
' af fairt, ' :.i '
I. L. Patterson
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The New Star with
, Tlmhtn Taptfd Hulltr Btrlng$
Timktn Tapered Roller Bearings
are regular equipment on the
new Model 24 Star.
Running in oil, these beatinc
afford a light, free running wind
mill which will pump water
efficiently in an IJ to 10 mile an
hour wind. ' . i
i Wbtd arms and bfacas are of ,
angle iteel, wheel parts are gal- 4
ysrtiied after completion, turn f
table ii ball-bearing, rudder item "
if of angle tteei, and an effective ,
brake is provided. ''"
This new Star will provide you
-with dependable pumping pow
er, operating in the lighter
breezes, and save you the an
noyance of frequently climbing
, the tower. .Good for years of
' service. " "" '
if 2 fast on ditplty. Coma 4t
Sil ATTUCK - BROS
Here in Maupin.
COUPE,, Hi i,,,, r:
t Price at our garage
TRUCK CLOSED 7
Cab and Stake Rody........,.; ...JpOOA i O
Remcnber, cur prices are the same as in The Dalles
, , or in Portland
TUDOR SEDAN . :
; X A good bu at the price.
arrested the owners, seems to lack
those qualities which made the Pink
..'(; ",: .x i V: ' 1 iii'i.
We'll bet more lead has, been
packed into the hills during the pre
sent deer season, in the form of bul
lets, than' will be mined in the next
decade. And the number of, deer
killed contains but a small fraction
of the soft metal.
The editor of this great family
Journal was summoned before ; the
Water board last Friday night to
answer to a charge of having turned
water on after the marshal had shut
it off: 'We had an iron-clad alibi,
therefore escaped shooting at sun
rLic. Fishermen of Maupin are in arms
against the proposition to turn 10
of the hunting and fishing license
fees Into the ' general fund of " the
state, The; consensu oT opinion ; is i
that the proposed measure is imqui-.
Urns, eohf iscatory. 1 Jtliabolicat, oat-
rageous, damnable and stinks to hea- i
ven of unripe politics..
' Some of the subscribers cannot
read writing and not much that is
printed, f We have jogged their
memories regarding their f delin
quencies, on subscriptions, but; have
failed to see but little of the coin
they owe us. We are thinking seri
ously of printing a list of such, and
1 if we do there'll be some squirming.
j Link Harpham says his boys, Jim
! my. and "Buck," are working hard
uunu VMI 1.1,15 An..,,. J
the morning, milk the cows, drink
the milk, and then go back to bed."
Eliot son Co.
Phone Main 221'
PATRONIZZ OUR ADVERTISERS
Suite 15-16 Vogt Block
Dr. Fred H.Pageler
, , . Strictly Optical
DeLARHUE OPTICAL CO.
Tbe Dallea, - - - Oregon
You know that R. E. WILSON
CO. brought prices down in Maupin?
TRADE WITH THEM.
Pattercon is familiar with the
' problems that would, confront him as
Governor of Oregon. A farmer, he
' understands .the probloms of the
farmer. A business man .he knows
the needs of business. He promises
"fair and just treatment for all." He
"will Beek to lower taxes through a
reduction pf, .the. cost ,pf state govcrn
' ment. He will not follow establihed.
"precedent and spend most- of his
' time awny from tho state capital.
'. Patterson will be your Governor,
on tha job," attending to tha busineis '
of the state an it accrues. " " ' " ' '
.New Sevens Hammerless shot
gun 12 gauge, for quick sale $25.00.
Maupin Drug Store.
THE BANK HO I EL
The one place in The Dalles to
make tha rancher and out-of
. town fellow feel at home.
Where the Inner Man Geta Fall
TRY OUR SUNDAY ."
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Ice Cream, Cold Drinks and
'"Merchants Oj Beauty"
Flowers for All
, The Dalles. Phone 704
I. O. O. F. )
Lodffe No. 21)9 Maupin, CWcris
meets every Saturday night ia
I. 0. 0. F. hall. Visiting mem-
bers al way & welcome. S
't c J. C PRATT, N. G. ff
' ' E. R. RICHMOND Sec'y. )
. STAND RY YOUR PARTY BY ELECTING
vSteiwer arid Patterson
; VOTE 15 X STEIWER, FREDERICK
' VOTE 18 X PATTERSON, I. L.
Paid Advertitement Republican 3 I ata Central Committee, v Phil .Mettch an, Chairman.
-Tin M::isii:.t wecster
HnindrcJs of Siirreme Cortrt
Judges concur in niyhoit praise
of the work as the(r Aiulwrif j.
Tha FVsiJenti of all lea Jing Uni-'
err'!tlcs, Col lews, and Normal
ScSools give their heany indorse
.ment.. , . ,. ,;
Ail. States that, have adopted a
lai-r-e liL-tionarv ns j'tuuliirJ have
'selected Webster's New Interna-
tlonal. ' -
Tl.e Sclioolboolrs of the Country
cJficwt t the Mrataru-Webncv
$5sm o( dlacritilcal marks.. .
The Govc.vi'.ment Ptinting Office
ut Vi'ashiu'aton uses it as authority!
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If it is not doing its work
bring it to The Times office
and Mr.-Semmes will send
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