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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View This Issue
"Thursday April 18. l2i.
Tftfi ilAtllN TIMES
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Following are the prices at which
we sell merchandise at all times:
"Fancy Blue Rose Head Rice, 13 lbs $1.00
Thompson Seedless Raisens, 25 lb box $1.95
Rose City Elbo Macaroni," 13 lbs.. $1.00
Tru Blu Soda Crackers, 6 lb. box ........90c
Cascade Blend Coffee, 5 lbs, : $1.90
Parlor Blend Peaberry Coffee, 5 lbs $2.15
Cream Pail Coffee, 10 lb. pail $5.00
Golden West Coffee, 5 lb tin.v L.$2.65
M. J. B. & Folders Coffee lb. tin ,:$2.15
K. C. Baking Powder, 10 lb tin.. ,.$U5
Calumet Baking Powder, 10 lb tin $1.65
Schilling Baking Powder, 5 lb. tin .$1.90
Garden Patch White Corn, per case $2.99
Forest Pride Golden Bantam Corn, per case..$3.60
Bulls Eye Tomatoes, per case $2.99
Daro Line Minced Clams, l's, per doz $2.6$
Black Top Ping Salmon, T lb., per doz... ..$2.30 '
Merrimac Salmon, 15'l.oz. tin, per doz $3.25
Merrimac Apricots, No. 10 tin, each 60c
Wasco Peaches, No. 10 tin, each v.:........55c
Full Moon Sliced Peaches, No. 10 tin, each 60c
Sperry White Down Flour, per bbl... $7.39.
Best Cane Sugar, per cwt. " .........$5.59
White Wonder Soap, per case $3.79
Climax, Horseshoe and Star Tobacco, per lb 70c
territory, having: been isslgned to
the Tillamook section.
SCOUT TROOP NO. S3
VISITS AT THE DALLES
110 EAST 2ND. ST.
THE DALLES ORE.
Receives Commendatioa on Appear,
aoca and ProficMacy Five
Dalit Troop Thar
Nineteen members of Scout troop
No. S3, with Scout Mater Stovall
and Troop Committeemen Stuart,
Fischer, Wilson and Pratt, made a
trip to The Dalle Wedneiday" ven
ing and participated In a court of
honor, held in the circuit . court
Judge P. W. Wilaon presided and
in tha course of his remarks highly
commended the local troop on its
appearance and proficiency. So
greatly Impressed was the judge
with our troop that he accorded the
members teats of honor, asking tho
committeemen to occupy seats with
him on the bench.
During the exercises second class
plna were pinned on Scouts Forrest
Urban and Vern Hull, members of
Maupln'i troop, and living at Wa
mic. The showing by all the 'couts
waa good and they maintained a
dignity during the meeting in keep
ing with the tenets of the organiza
tion. Those taking the r routs wore Dr.
Stovall, F. D. Stuart. Laverne Fisch
r, R. E. Wilson and R. II. Knitter.
Ladies accompanying the troop were
Mesdames Wilson, Stovall, Reiner
and Kramer. Five Dalles troops
were represented at the meeting.
KRAMER NATIONALLY NOTICED
Automobile New Carrici Picture of
Joa a a Hanttr
Joe Kramer has attained national
notice through the columns of the
April ivue of the Automobile New.
Ia that publication there is a picture
cf Joe as he appeared in hunting
costume, he being backed up by the
carca of a deer and some fine deer
horns. The picture was taken in
front of the Kramer Bros, garage last
Fixing Up Plant
The Maupin Power company is at
work rewinding a generator and
erecting a large transformer at the
Oak Springs plant When these im
provements are completed it la sup
posed that the local trouble ex
perienced at odd times will be ob
viated and that the plant will work
according to cchedule.
Redding Vary Ill
Charley Redding is very ill at his
home in the Kelly cottage on Bake
oven. He rccenty apparently re
covered from an attack of flu but
suffered a rclapte, which is bo se
vere as to cause htm to again take to
The Hand That Stabs
In the Dark ....
They Say Lightning Never Strickes Twice in the
Same Place. Once is Enough
Avoid the possibility of a loss without insurance
nrotection ' "A Fire Insurance PnbVv in Thf. Mnme
Insurance Company of New York guards you f
iiiiantiaiijf agaixiai, me ursi aesirucuve iiasn or.
against the many, other sources of fire loss which
may destroy your property.
Your Home agent can determine for you just how I
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mucn insurance you neea 10 adequately protect
Stuart & McDonald
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i mam n.geiius , iviaupm, uregon
FISHED ON THE OPENING DAY
Many Waltonlana Seek Deschutes
and Mountain Strem on Tuesday"
Another Scout Picture
Maupin Scout troop No. 33 will
sponser another movie at the Lfgion
hall, the showing to be on Thursday,
April 25. The picture selected for
this showing will be "The Quarter
back," one of the best storie: of boy
and college life ever filmed. Prices
will be 20 cents for children and
students and 85 cents for adults.
Maupin fishermen were out bright
and early Tue day morning, going
to the Deschutes and other streams
after trout. Jim Chalmers finned a
little while and came home with a
mesa of five fino rcdhldes. Tom
Hcnneghan and Arthur Creighton
went above the mouth of Wapinitia
creek, Tom getting the limit while
Arhur contented himself with eijcht
trout Joe Kramer also brot trout
home for dinner. The Times man
with "Shorty" Miller went to Dgep
rrerk. they securing about 45 fine
redside. John Tonfcr went to the
river and when he hod landed JO
fMi came home. Others mde good
catches, tho fish taking both bait
and fly with avidity.
! New H.llo Girl
j Mia ' Exlher Mark has succeeded
! to the job of calling "What number,
plense,? at the locnl telephone ex
change. Miss Mark succeeds Misw
Gertrude Laughlin, whose health de
mand that she seek the outdoors.
Bring in your picture work de
veloping, printing and enlargements
to the Maupin Drug Store. . f0-cent
free enlargement with each 50 cents
worth of work.
Move to Maupin
Floyd McLeod and family have left
(heir Criterion ranch and have mov
ed to Mupin, they now occupying
the Ayers eottoge. Floyd has been
wrestling with the bunrh gra s and
rocks of the upper country for sev
eral years and haa decided that life
in town is preferable to that of the
cold and bleak hills. Welcome to
Ohains 93 Par Cent
The Hunt sheep have gotten thru
lambing and Mr. Hunt reports a good
63 per cent increase. The Hunt
shppp came thru the hard winter in
good shape, which" account for thp
high avcrr.ge obtained in this spring's
Wamic Garage Man
J. B. Bourl.md, who conducts the
service and battery etation at Wamic,
was in Maupin Tuesday. Mr. Bour
!and purchased the service station
formerly conducted by Bernard
Welch nd also acquired the gas.
pump of Mr. John on. IIo makes a
specialty of battery work ami also
carries a large rtock of auto ac
cessories as well as a nice line of
nils and greases. Mr. Bnurlnnd for
several yean conducted a blacksmith
shop at Boyd.
To View Fair Ground Road
The county court haa promised to
aend viewers t0 the proposed road
leading from the highway to the
grounds of the Wasco county Fair
association, this to be in time for
the construction of eame before the
time set for holding the 1929 fair.
VUited With Daughter
Mrs. Clyde T.. Bonney passed thru
Maupin yesterday, being on her way
home at Tygh Valley aftera visit
of several day: with her daughter,
Mr-. Margaret Kimsey at Antelope.
Mrs. Kimsey drove the car convey
ing her mother home. .
Raymond Crabtree was stricken
with appendicitis Sunday morning
and was taken to the Veterans' hos
pital at Portland, arriving there at
4:00 p. m. He was at nce placed
on the operating tahle t ri by sen
oVk was in be! ics'ng easy. Hia
conation is most favoiable and Ray
mond will roon be able to return to
his home on the Flat.
Operator Will Retifn -Miss
Gertrude Laughlin, who. has
been empolyed as operator on the
local telephone switch board, has
been advized by her physician to seek
the outdoors, therefore will Jeave the
board as roon as her successor has
been found. Miss Laughlin has been
in poor health for some time and
finds the work, at the switchboard
- MACK'S CAFE-
Whare Mup;nitet receive Service coupled with Courtesy and Eata
tha Best on the Market. Try this Cafo when ia Tha Dallas again.
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tV1. tftfwvwy. ffS
partment, was a
callfr at this office
Ray Kaylor and wife wcro trad
ing in Maupin yesterday.
L. C. Hcnneghan and wife motor
ed to The Dalles yesterday morning.
Harry Weberg was down from the
Weberg ranch at Tine Grove mi
' W. A. Bullock of Tho Dalles, was
attending to business in-Maupin on
Mose Delorc brought hia tractor
to the Kramer :hop for repairs on
. j T 0
: Hugh Knight came down from hi
Criterion ranch on a business trip
Noel Shearer and wifo wcro over
from their Three Mile ranch a short
time on Sunday.
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George Claymicr was in from hin
Juniper Flnt ranch on -business
. o ' ' ' ' .
Foreman Lucoro, of tho O, T. at
Sherars, wan in town with a part of
of hU crew on Tuesday.
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Carl Head and wife were tip from
Sherara on Tuesday, laying in their
weekly supply .of groceries.
Jim Woodcock tried his luck in
the Deschutes at ORk Springs on the
opening day of the season.
OBcar Rcnick made a business
trip to The Dalles yerterday morn
Ing, returning in the afternoon.
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P. H. Behrens, suecew or of Ellas
Kilcn with the state insurance, do
J. E. Hititon and wife passed
through Maupin yesterday" while on
their way home from The Dalles.
Mrs. W. n. Staats went to Dufur
Sunday and will visit with- her son,
Soy Slushcr. and family during this
week. - - .
J. B. Bourlnnd, garage and acrvice
'itation man from Wamic, was at
tending to business matters in Mau
pin Tuesday. S
C. Nichols, wh0 is cutting wood
preparatory to opening a wood
rrd at Tygh Valley, was In Mau
,dn on buHineas yesterday.
Jack Morrow and wife came in
rom The Dalles yesterday morning,
be bringing in a load of fancy gro-
erio: for Maupin merchants.
"Dad" Griffin canio over from his
lone home and opened tho fish
'g season, something he has done
'.ere for the past several years.
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, Andrew Crabtree has rented the
"rofoot cottagp, located at the rear
t. f the Wilson store, and will make
it his bachelor headquarters.
Pan Gibba has returned to Mau
pin and is occupying tho Morris real
estnto building. -Dan is ready to
fix up that httrncss in good shape.
Joe Batty of Heppncr visited over
the wc"ck end with his brothers, Roy
nvd Frank of Wapinitia, and his sis
ter, Mrs, L. C. Hcnneghan, at Mau-PUi.
Kliw Kilen,-auditor in tho atato
industrial insuiiance office, was a
visitor in Maupin yesterday. - Mr.
Kilcn has.bccn transferred from this
Your old stucco or wooden houses, no matter how
large or small, can be given a new dress by a cover
ing of shingles, or attractive lumber siding,. . .
shady porches can be added ... a new wing ; to
the house . . gleaming floors of pine or oak . , .
beamed ceilings and paneled walls . . a home of
lasting beauty, comfort and increased value.
You will be surprised at the little cost, to make
"these and many other improvements . . . possible
on any old house . . . by the use of improved,
modern lumber. The value of your property can
be 'greatly enhanced and your outlay will be sur
prisingly, low. s
Call, or ask us to call and talk over the possibili
ties of modernizing your home. Our lumber yard
is stocked to meet every need for modernizing your
old house ... inside and out.
TUM-A-LUM LUMBER COMPANY
O. F. RENICK, - - - - - - Local Manager
is the time
to fix up your
MODEL T FORD
RfCHT now, after winter lay-ups and winter driving, ia ,
the time to go over your Model T and find out just what"
it needs in the way of replacement parts and adjustments, f
For a very email cost, you may be able to protect and
maintain your investment in the car and get thousands ,
of miles of additional service. t
To help you get the fullest use from your car, the
Ford Motor Company is still-devoting a considerable
section of its plants to the manufacture of Model T parts , ;
and will continue to do so as long as they are needed
by Ford owners.
These parts are quickly available through Ford deal
ers in every f :tion of the country. Note the low price -in
the partial list given below t 1
Piston and pin . ..... . . - . $1.10 'J
Connecting rod - . . . 1.60
Crankshaft - -" '' 10.00
Cylinder head ' ... 6.00 ; t
Cylinder . - ...... . . , 20.00
Time gear ,. . . . . . .75
Time gear oovcr .. . . . . . . . l.OO .
' Crankrase - ...... 12.00 '
Magneto coil assembly .... . - - 5.00
Fly wheel - - 13.00 .
Trantmission gear shaft " r . . - . .- 1.6S
Tranmision cover . . . . . . . 6.00
Clutch pedal i ... .6S
Steering gear assembly (less wheel and bracket) 8.50
Starter drive .? , ' 4.25
Generator - . . . . i . 12.50
Battery . . . . . . ... . 8.50
Carburetor . . . . . . . . S.00
Vaporizer assembly (with fittings) .... 9.00
Rear axle shaft ..... . . . . 1.7S
Differential drive gear . . . . . 3.00
Universal joint assembly . . . . 2.50 '
Drive shaft pinion . " 1.50 .
Front axle . , . . 9.00
Spindle connecting rod . . ' . . . . i 1.75 ; '
Front radius rod . . . . . . . 1.80 . f
Rear spring . . . .' . . ' ' 6.00
Radiator less shell (1917-23) ... . 15.00 t
Radiator less shell (1923-27) .-. . 14.00
Hood (1917-1925) . ... .... 6.50
Hood (1926-27) black ........ 7.00
Gasoline tank ; 6.00 !
Front fenders (1917-1925) each . . . . - 4.00
Front fenders (1926-1927) each. . . . , . 5.00
Rear fenders (1922-1925) each . . 3.7S
Rear fenders (1926-1927) each . . . 4.00
' Running board . 15 ;
. Horn (battery type) . . . 1.50
Headlamp assembly (1915-26) pair .... 5.50
Touring ear lop (1913-25) complete - 27.00
Touring car top ((1926-27) complete, includes curtains
and curtain rods . . 35.00
These prices are for parts only, but the charge for
labor is equally low. It is billed at a flat rate so you may
know in advance what the job will cost.
Ford Motor Company