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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 11, 1926)
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Park Your Car Here !
and lay in a supply of good things
to eat and wear
Pure Silk Hose!
A showing of the very best
and most favored shades. Econ
omy in pricing adds to the ad
vantage of selecting here.
Use Your Phone
Our Number is
Paint up the
old chair with
"Wet weather will soon be here
and the advantage of rubbers is
a known fact.
Made to Fit You
Let us measure you for your
next suit. A large selection of
choice materials and guaran
teed all wool. At prices that
will please you.
10 pounds Rice, priced special QQ
for this sale.... OOt
10 pounds Beans, actually the Oqp
best price ever, quoted OOL
Kippered Snax, an article to
make your mouth water.
..A l-'h can Calumet Baking
Powder for only
A Mb can Alaska Salmon, at "J f7
the special price of A V
Made to Work In
You just cannot help liking
the easy fitting, roomy action
and the excellent wearing
quality of "Can't-Bust-'Em"
LET YOUIt NEXT SUIT OF
R. L. Hurifi was attending to Ijum
new In Maupin Tuesday.
Julius Shopflin wan n buHinctw
visitor at The Dulles on Friday last.
Taul Kraiisc wan down from his
fertilizer fuctory at Nathan on Tues
J. S. Brown was in from his Wap
initia Plains ranch on business yes
terday. J. (i. Kramer was one of the Mau
pin section ranchers to visit The
Dalles on Tuesday.
F. C. Butler made n trip to Red
mond Tuesday, going there after a
truck load of spuds.
Ew. Stcffan canio over from Tygh
Valley Tuesday nnd spent the day
with Maupin friends.
Chas Crofoot has njtain become a
resident of Maupin, having sold all
his holding at Wnmlc.
Jas. Dorthick spent the time from
.Saturday until Monday visiting with
friends in The Dalles.
C. A. Dims came in from Criterion
Monday on a business trip. Wo
Acknowledge a pleasant call.
Mrs. II. R. Kaiser was among
those from Maupin who transacted
business at The Dalles Friday last.
' Mrs. Julius Shepflln came home
from The Dalles on Friday last, af
ter a time there under the doctor's
N. G. Iledin was in from Tino
('.rove Tuesday and supplied The
Times with quite a few items of
L. C. Henneghan went as far as
Dufur yesterday, making one lap on
the way to Portland to sec tho foot
ball game. "
Mrs. C. F. Butler, mother of Mau
I'ln's grocer, came up from C-jrvnl-lis
Sunday and will assist in. tho storo
for a tin.o.
Times mun was in The Dalles on ; visit with an old friend from her she has left my bed and board with-"
home city, Moline, Illinois. iont just couse or provocation.
o 1 A. J. Hammer.
business last Friday, his family visi
ting that city Saturday and bring
ing him home. ;
A. B. Linn, formerly of Pine
Grove, now of Milwaukie, is in town
looking after a shipment of a couple
of cars of lumber.
Mrs. R. E. Wilson and daughter,
Jean, left for Portland Tuesday.
They will visit with relatives in the
metropolis until Friday.
Tinkham Gilbert and II. 0. Vngct,
state bank examiners, were in Mau
pin Monday going over tho books
of the Maupin State Bank.
Geo. Stcbbins and wife, the
former school mate of Miss Overman
of Tino Grove, visited with tho lat
ter last week. They live at The
Mrs. B. V. Fralcy came home Fri
day last, after three weeks (.pent at
Oregon City and other Valley points.
Sho was accompanied by her little
Jack Morrow went to The' Dalles
this morning to havo his finger at
tended to. It is possible he may
havo to submit to amputation of the
end of the injured digit.
Mrs. Taul KrauBe was in Maupin
from Nathan on Monday, having
come to town to see about a serum
treatment for her little son, who is
attending tho Maupin schools.
Mr. and Mrs. Weiss passd thru
Maupin Monday morning and
stopped for a short visit with R. E.
Wilson. Mrs. Weiss was a former
teacher in the Beaver, Tillamook
county, schools and was the first to
givo instruction to Miss Jean Wilson.
EAST MAUPIN NEWS
Mr. Stephens is back to East Mau
pin for the winter.
Mrs. Lester Crofoot of Cove
Creek was here over Sunday.
Mrs. L. Fischer enjoyed a good
Elmer Hornquist is back from 'Dated November 1, 192G.
Washington and is ranching again.
The Brown family spent the week f
at tho Mott home on Juniper Flat
The Fischer family spent Sunday
at the Allen home and enjoyed a
good chicken dinner.
Mrs. William Fischer went to
Bend yesterday to visit with Mrs.
Alfred Herding a few days.
Mrs. James Rusic left Saturday
morning for Gaston, Oregon, where
the expects to spend two weeks
visiting with her folks.
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7JI3 ME-IXIAM WEBSTER
JIundrccN of Su'ircms Court
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TRY OUR SUNDAY
Ice Cream, Cold Drinks and
I. 0. 0. F.
Lodge No. 209. Maupin, Oregcr,
meets every Saturday night in
I. 0. 0. F. hall. Visiting mem
bers always welcome.
J. C. PRATT, N. G.
E. R. RICHMOND Sec'y.
All persons are hereby notified
that I will not bo responsible for
any bills incurred by my wife,
Maud Hammer, after this date, as
CALIFORNIA bids ycu
turn back the calendar
to summer and come play in
the warm sunshine.
As an added inducement the ;
Union Pacific now oflers special
low round trip fares end assures
you a marvelous journey on the
finest of fast trains. Connections
via Portland or Salt Lake City.
MARK TOUR RfHERVATIONfl NOW
R. B. BELL, Agent. Maupin, Oregon '
EDW. H. McALLEN, T. F. & P. A.,
The Dalles, Ore. Phone 3S-J
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