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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View This Issue
thurday. January, 17, 1921
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We Can't Tell
FYoU AllBut ' Quarterly, Annually It Happens n
Starting Today, Tearing our Shoe Department Wide Open in our First fj
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Now you afc able to buy good, easy-fitting, comfortable shoes for less
than you ever bought them in this store before.
GOOD SHOES AT HONEST REDUCTION!
. ' SOMK AS LOW AS 50 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR
I THESE ARE SAFETY FACTS
Facts That Abolish Worry
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HOUSE SLIPPERS OR RUBBERS lOdls A PAIR
v With Every Pair of Sale Shoes
Men's and Boys'
$1.45 $1.95 $2.45
3.45 . $4.29 $5.79
and a pair of $1.00 f Uppers or
Rubbers at 10c a pair.
Ladies' and Misses'
$1.95 $2.98 $3.39
and a pair of $1.00 Slippers or
Rubbers at 10c a pair.
Infants' and Children's
$1.25 $1.50 $1.69 I
and a pair of $1.00 Slippers or
SLIPPERS 10c per pair
Red and White
RUBBERS 10c per pair
-: Personalities :-;
Sheriff Sexton wan looking over
the Maupin field on Monday.
H. I. Shearer and wife were over
from their Three Mile ranch Satur
day nnd vixited for a time with their
on, MiircuB, and family.'
W. It. Aldridge and wife were in
town from their lialeoven ranch
yt terday forcmoon.
Mr . Rose Dahl was in from her
Tygh Valley ranch Tuesday, trading
with Maupin men-hunts.,
Tom Gullngher and family be
came acquainted with various part
of the Kit on Sunday. One mud
hole there Tom will miss hereafter.
J. V. Hall of Tygh Valley had us
put his name on our subscription
It t, and now he will Ret all of
the news "through The Times. Mr.
Hull was in Monday.
C. L. Lofton, wife and son, George,
all from Tygh Valley, were guests at
Mrs. Dcrthick is a daughter of the
Mrs. Perhick is a daughter of the
senior Loftons and sitcr of George.
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Worry and care will not protect you from incon
venience, perhaps serious loss, if you keep securi-
. tie3, jewelry, wills, deeds and other valuable papers
at home. Only the fact of the positive protection of
our Safe Deposit Vaults will abolish this worry,
and give you calm assurance of your safely. You
get this peace of mind at a low yearly cost.
Right in your home today are valuables, the loss
of which, by fire or theft, might be very serious.
Do you dare not to protect them, to give yourself
freedom from thi3 worry and care?
Your eannot afford not to give yourself this pro
tection. Thousands of dollars in valuables are lost
each year by people who take this chance. It's un
necessary! Positive protection is available to you.
And at a cost so small as to be negligible.
We invite you to inspect our vaults. You're sure
to find a visit interesting. To appreciate the safe
guards we have provided. You'll agree this is one
of the soundest, most fundmental precautions good
judgment can suggest. Come in today.
Maupin State Bank
Ernest Troutman. Glen has been
living on the place the past few
months, completing fencing and
putting in time required as actual
Wrijcht'g ?moke Salt and WrightV
Hum I'iikle. IJ.?5 at the MaupTn
BOG LEGBON q
LEGION HALL, Maupin
20-Rounds Fast B6xing-20
Curtain Raiser 2 Rounds
Billy Tough vs. Buddy Gump
Hunt Hu the Flu
Lilly Hunt had made arrange
ments to attend the sheepmen's
meeting at Baker recently, but when
he came to make a start old man
flu .aid nay. As a result our lead
ing sheep grower was compelled to
remain at home and doctor up.
Brid(e Work Slow
Work 6n the new bridge ha'j been
slowed, up by cold weather. At
this time workmen are engaged in
stringing the steel frame across the
river, one bent only having been
placed. It has been reported that a
full crew will be put at work about
the first of the coming month but
until that time but few men will be
jMado Final Proof
I Glen Powers made final proof on
jhis homestead before U. S. Com
jmissioner Stuart yesterday. His
witnes es were Oliver Kesh and
4 Rounds, 130 pounds v
Nic Hollamon, Maupin, vs. Elton Snodgrass, Maupin
4 Rounds, 135 pounds
Ivan Mott, The Dalles, vs. Ken Snodgrass, Maupin
4 Rounds, 160 pounds
Cyril Fraley, Maupin, vs. Albert Hackler, Wapinitia
4 Rounds, 150 pounds
Dynamite Patterson vs. Speed Carter
Grass Valley Maupin
Main Event 6 kdunds 150 pounds ,
Floyd Hollamon vs. Jack Bncklove
Maupin ' liend
Ringside Seats $L Reserved Seats 75c
General Admission 50 cents
On sale at St'ovall's Drug Store and Shattuck Bros.
9 Low R.uod Trip Fares to
I CALIFORNIA 1
(From School of Home Economics)
The proportion for a very soft
custard is three to four eggs to one
quart of milk; for a firmer custard,
four to six eggs to one quart of
1 milk. Two eggs to one cup of mils
will make a custard that will unmold
while three eggs to one cup of milk'
' mako; a very firm custard. When
using yolks alone three to four yolks
to one cup of milk makes a firm
custard. One tablespoon cornstarch
, may be used for each egg omitted.
S Condon $20,000 bond issue urg
ed for construction of city hall.
of cooling system
is a feature
of the new Ford
Spend Ih. f.tttv. holitUr ton ia
uonr Southrn Cliforni. Mali.
Sh Lake CitTI other yI Portland,
nd St Fr.noUeo. Now ktih
new pLe. .11 th. way. Fin,
fait train.. Stopovm p.rmltl.d.
R. B. BELL, Agent
, Maupin, Oregon
A COMPLETE water plant is
a part of every automobile
as it is a part of every mod
The purpose of this water
plant is to keep the engine
cooled to a temperature that
will make it efficient in oper
ation. If it were not for this,
the cylinder walls would be
come overheated and the
pistons refuse to operate.
The cooling system of the
new Ford is particularly in
teresting because it is so
simple and reliable.
When the .radiator is full
of water, the engine of the
new Ford will not overheat
under the hardest driving.
Yet the water is so regulated
that it will not impair en
gine operation by running
too cold in winter.
The cooling surface of
the Ford radiator is large,
with four rows of tubes set
in staggered position so that
each receives the full bene
fit of the incoming air. The
fan is of the airplane pro
peller type and draws air
through the radiator at the
rapid rate of 850 cubic feet
per minute at 10uO
revolutions per min
ute of the motor.
The hot water around
the cylinder head is drawn
to the radiator to be cooled
by a centrifugal water pump
of new design.
The entire cooling system
of the new Ford is bo simple
in design and so carefully
made that it requires very
The radiator should be
kept full, of course, and
drained once each month so
that sediment will not collect
and retard the free passage
of water. In cold weather,
a reliable anti-freeze solu
tion should be added.
As owner and manager of
this important water plant
you should also see that the
water pump and fan shaft
are properly lubricated and
the packing around the
pump shaft kept in adjust
ment. Hose connections may
also need replacement after
long service. For those little
adjustments, it pays to call
on the Ford dealer.
He works under close fac
tory supervision and he has
been specially trained and
equipped to, do a
job at a fair price. -
11 EDW. H. McALLEN, T.
v F. & P. A., Bend, Oregon
Ford Motor Company