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ANGLERS PROCURING LICENSES
Maupin Hi Times
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Ai os jcf- Jivs s n- ws ismt
,Call Maupin Drug Store
Making Preparation! Fr Opaslaf
The Tygh Valley High School Presents
A TE-B REE-ACT COMEDY
of Fiihing Soten
from his bed grow arms and legs
Iti preparation for ths opening of
and run from the room. '
the fbhing season hundreds of Or
Elt says they feud players rather
jcon citiicns are already , purchasing
their . fishing licenses, With only
heartily down at Odul). He felt
some bumps up and down his tummy
few weeks remaining ; , hofor the
Reasons opens anglers are getting
their equipment in order and paying
after he had eaten a rather heavy
breakfast. . Upon seeking the, advice
of the doctor Elt found that it was
their fees, f 95 the little cards some
effecient warden may . desire to see.
his backbone., ..
. Laying all jokes aside everything
There will bo no scarity of trouV in
was very digestible except Eatl's"
the . Oregon streams. . Plantings
selections on the banjo.
made and to be made by the com
Ira, who was very much In need
biep om at Maim
at Tygh Valley, Oregon, on
Saturday, March 23,
CAST OF CHARACTERS,
STAN GRAY The Town's leading loafer
. VERNON WOODCOCK
. CHARLIE NORRIS- The Tpwn's leading Romeo
SID PRESSLEY The Town's leading loafer
RAY CRYDER The Town's leading citizen
...... WALTER McGREER
PEGGY BROOKS-Who inspires Stan to "Step-
on-it" RUTH GAGE
HAZEL WILTON-Tbe object of Charlie's af
fections MARY MULLER '
PRUDENCE QUIMBY The Town's leading old
maid .. ...., DOROTHY HOOD
, SIBLEY SHEPARD-The Town's richest-girl....
:. SELMA ASHLEY
SARAH BOGGS Direct from Willow Springs ,
, in search of her fortune GOLDIE AYRES .
mission will insure that If the
angler fails to make a fair catch it
will be because he does .'not have
the knack or because thV fish are
not in a receptive mood.
; ' v ... t .
"Will you please drive off the
track!" asked the motorman. The
truck driver promptly reined to one
"Thank you ever to . much."
beamed the motorman, with I
"You're very welcome," respond
ed the truck driver, "but you must
pardon my seeming carelessness. 1
had no Idea your car was so near."
ORECON NEWS NOTES
Admission to Play - - - 50 cents and 25 cents
Curtain Rises at 8:00 Sharp v
Dance Afterward In Gym
Burns Plans discussed for big
street improvements throughout the
Burns Construction of netf
three-story hotel building on south
main street processing rapidly.
Vale Vale Electric bakery has
Burns Plans proposed for erec
tion of new Baptist church.
Baker Two local papers con
Klamath Falls Klamath Wool
Growers Cooperative association is
Klamath Falls Preliminary rteps
taken for installing new sewer sys
tem in this town. .
Chiloquin Forst Lumber com-.
pnny recently purchased new Pacific
Coast Type Shay locomotive from
Klamath Falls Construction un
derway on $10,000 new office build
ing for Big Basin lumber company,
During past two years 60,000
trees -have been planted by Klamath
New Granada Theatre being con
structed at The Dalles at co t of
of sleep,' strayed into the first door
that he came to. The loud clash
that followed brought the other on
the run. Ira was sitting in the
middle of the hall rubbing his ear.
He had gone Into the wrong room.
Cyril taid that his Ford wouldn't
run with Estel and his banjo both
In it, s0 ha dto leave the music with
Kenn, who is goosey, suffered at
the hands of tho Odell conch. This
man-cater Insisted in making curly-
q's all over Kcnn's back and ribs
with chalk. Upon being' released
Kenn thru a .few fits r uh I
mean baskets 1
Adios, . ART.
Dr. WM: KENNEDY
First National Bank Bldg.
Tbe DalUt, Oregon
Echo New Machinery installed
in Echo Auto company.
Wilson Painting Co.
House and Sign
Long Distant Hauling A Specially
ELZA O. DERTHICK
Phone , .. 8114
LCall, Write or. phone, Times Office
- Maupin, Oregon.
I. O. O. F.
U.ltfn No. 209, Maupin, Oregon
meets every Saturday night In I. O.
O. F. hall. Visiting members always
D. L. Rutherford, N. C
O. F. R.nUfc. S.V. '
Tires for the new Ford
are specially made
to give long wear
WHEN the new Ford vas de
signed, it was immediately
apparent that a new tire
would have to be made to
match the ear's perform
ance. It was distinctly a new
proLlem, for here was a car
with quicker acceleration,
. greater speed and more
braking efficiency than any
car of similar size or weight.
So that every Ford owner
might be assured of maxi
mum tire mileage at the low
cat cost, the Ford Motor
Company devoted many
months to research and
experiment .in conjunc
tion with the leading tire
As a result, certain defi
she specifications were de
veloped for tires for the new
Ford. These specify cords of
certain strength and texture,
a large volume of tread and
aide-wall rubber, sturdy non
akld design, and reinforced
lies for protection against
rulse breaks all the
strong features of construc
tion formerly considered
for only the largest tires.
Great care also was taken
to secure the best riding qual
. ities in connection with the
and the Houdaille
shock absorbers. HSj specifications.
Though the Ford tires are
designated as 30 x 4.50, ,
they have the resiliency and
air space of much larger
tires because of the drop
center rim of the steel-spoke
For best results, the tires
, on the new Ford should be
kept inflated to an air pres
sure of 35 pounds and
checked regularly to insure
this pressure all the time.
This is important. Low in
flation breaks down the side
walls of a tire. By causing
overheating, it also destroys
the rubber that acts as an
insulation, with consequent ,
separation of the cord.
, At the end of each 5000
miles, when you have the
front wheels packed with
grease, it is a good plan to
have the wheel alignment
checked. This will prevent
When punctures come, as
they will with any tire, yon
will find the Ford dealer
particularly well -equipped
to make repairs quickly and
at small cost. See him, too, ,
for replacements. Then
you will be sure of getting
tires built specially for the
Ford car according
to definite Ford
President William Henry Harri- any United States president when
son, 68 yearc old, was the oldest of j taking office.
Thus Jay, Friday and Satuday
WHAT IS A ONE CENT SALE?
It is a sale when you buy "one item at the regular
price and then receive1 another of the same for
ADDITIONAL ONE CENT. Example:
Penslar Milk of Magnesia Kip
50 cents. You get two bottles for t) JLl
Mail us your order
The Crosby Drug Store
Wm, F Schilling'
and Starting' Motors
v on All Makes of Cars
' o '
From a Pin to a locomotive Axle
AH Work Guaranteed
At E6e Maupin Garag'e
SHIP BY TRUCK
, REGULAR FREIGHT LINE SERVICE
PORTLAND - THE DALLES - MAUPIN
THE DALLES TRUCK LINE lne. SPICKERMAN'S TRUCK LINE
" PORTLAND- THE DALLES THE DALLES MAUPIN
nd Wy Points . and Wy Points
BONDED & INSURED CARRIERS
WHEN IN THE DALLES
Make Your Hcadqarters at
Tlie Merit and White or
s A merican Restaurants
S where every service awaits you.
Both Restaurants have been entirely remodeled for
5 your convenience. ,
E. J. McMahon
Ford Motor Company