The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930, November 21, 1929, Page Page Two, Image 2

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    THE MAUPIN TIMES
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'Extra .Specials!
English Soft Shell Walnuts, 1929 crop, 3 lbs . . 70c
Braztl Nuts, new crop, 3 lbs 69c
Our CANDY stock is now in for Thanksgiving
bigger and better than ever before
Now is the time to buy whole or half dressed Pork,
For two weeks we will sell
Whole Pork, per pound 14c
Half Pork, per pound 14c
O. P. Resh . Co.
Everything Fur the Table Maupin, Oregon
PoYQfktmhhoa ln Tuesday.
'low garage mm at the county Mat
Sam Brown and wife came down
t0 attend the late Legion smoker.
Mrs. Roue Dahl waa over from
W. Dalgh, county agent, was j Shady Drook yesterday afternoon on
viaitor In Maupin Tuesday morning a trading trip.
Mrs. Marcus Shearer took In the
football game at the county reat
last Saturday.
Mrs. Clark Richardson la again
able t be up after a servcre t pell
of Ulnesa.
LeVerna FUcher visited with fel-
Dr. Short took care of hb dental
pnticnta at Madraa last week and
a part of this.
John Karlen and Mrs. Rom Dahl
went to the county teat m a busi
ness trip Tuesday.
Ernest Troutmaa and ' Henry
Richardson were business viatiora at
The Dalle yesterday.
Dec Woodaide transacted business
in Maupin yesterday afternoon, com
Ing down from Waplsitia,
Walt Hanna, a Dufur fight fan,
was an attendant at the Legion
imoker In Maupin Saturday.
Editor Whatt of the Dufur Dis
patch, enjoyed the bouts at the Le
gion smoker Saturday night.
Otis Chaataln and wife were vic
tors at The Dalles on T&csday, Otis
going down on apeclal business.
Sign Fischer visited with friends
at The Dalles last Saturday. Her
Utile daughter accompanied her.
Rrv. W. A. Matthews and Govern
ment Farmer Andrews were In from
Simnasho on business yesterday.
Letter Crabtree waa In The Dalles
on Monday, going down to visit his
wife, who Is at a hospital there.
Lester Kelly returned from the
county Mat yesterday. He had been
there a week having dental work
done.
A. A. Derthlck witnessed the
pride of Dufur, Jack Bluet, take a
drubbing at the smoker Saturday
oicbt
Ernest Hartman, wile and daogb
tor, ML Crystal, took In th Legion
figfcte at UgWa ball last Saturday
Marion Sextoo and Jiromle Kelson
were ow for the smoker Saturday.
Both are connected with The Dalles
Optimist.
Th McCoy brothers, Wapinitia
sport fans, were among those from
their town who took in the smoker
in Maupin.
The Times man waa at the coun
ty seat of business connected with
the paper on Tuesday, going down
with Marcua Shearer.
Henry Richardson, Billy Hunt and
sons, Ed. Steffan and the Fargher
boya were down from the hills for
the fight card Saturday last
Tum-A-Lum Tickler
Published in the inerests of the people of Maupin and vicinity be
THE TUM-A-LUM LUMBER CO .Phon. Mala 71
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Maupin, Oregon, November 21, 1929
No. 11
Editorial
'Sfunny. When a
person bcti on three
kings, that ia gambling,
If you bet you can maka
three spades, that's en
tertainment, if you bet
stocks will go up, that's
big business.
0. F. Renick, editor
T-A-L
Modern invention and
progress ia all right but
ddi you ever take a
bath and use paper
towels?
T-A-L
Anchor tfeit new
fence to steel fence
posts. We have them.
Let us tell you about
them.
A hotel in a small
town announced that
after the new roof was
put on there would be
n0 more running wa
ter in the rooms.
T-A-L
Our roofing does just
that stop.-, water, and
keeps in heat and keeps
out cold, wears and
wears and wears, and is
reasonably priced.
T-A-L.
rVe have for sale
Rough lumber.
Dressed lumber.
Short Jumber.
Long lumber.
Thick lumber.
Thin lumber.
Wide lumber.
Narrow lumber.
Finish lumber, etc.
r
New Fashions In
Dining Room Furniture
An Event Timed for Thanksgiving
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Modern Walnut Groups Pieces
Distincty new ... at a nricc rarely of
fered on a suite of this outstanding rU-f ))
quality. Offered in scelected walnut, Jk tijy
combined with other woods . . . buffet r7-- v
Ifront of matched butt walnut veneer3 with ribbon mahogany
overlay panels and birds eye maple top, drawer fronts . . . 6
f oot extension table, 5 chairs and arm chair in Moderne Jacquard
velour complete the suite. In the new Moderne lacquer finish.
7-Piece Group Table, 5 Chairs and Arm Chair $114.50
1 Si
A clean up of our entire
Dinnerwore and Dish Depart
ment.! Featuring unusual
values ... For Thanksgiving
11 Sot, all Odd Pieces, re
duced ta a new low price level
for this event
Sfi-Piw Decorated Dinner
Set
Ivory body, floral decoration
fe:!0.!!1.!!: $7.65
A FINE WALNUT GROUPS Pieces
Outstanding among our mftny new din
ing groups. It is quality throughout, rfr-j ff f?fi
with a large 60 in. Buffet with match J) I Af "
walnut, front panels, large linen com- V-.aaex
partments and silver trap. Table has cut corners and deep heavy
apron bulb, turned legs ... 5 side chairs and arm chair with
fcroup.
7- Piece Group Table and 6 Chairs, only $84.50
handsome Jacquard Celour covers complete this remarkable
8- PIECE WALNUT GROUP
table has full six-leg base ... 5 chairs and arm chair Jacquard
Leading the Thanksgiving value parade of
low-priced dining groups. Tudor design in (fiAn AA
walnut combined with other hardwoods ... JKMo I II I
buffet has oak lined drawers, cut-corner top yvUVv
uphqlstered.
$7200 Seven-Piece Group Table, 5 Chairs, Arm Chair $64.50
China
74-Piecc Decorated
Dinner Set
TmtvtrtAd Ware, floral de-
corated, Reg. $36 $1 ft CA
value. Now $1U.UU
So live that when tha
summons cornea you will
have a friend In tha
City HalL
T-A-L
Ilee Aren't yea wild
about bathing beeutieaf
Ha I don't know. I
never bathed one.
T-A-L
The huddle system ia '
football was etarted
after a coach taw five
Scotchman lighting
their pipe.
T-A-L
Becaasa you have oo
'casslonal spells of dea
i pondency, dont despair.
! The sun has a alnkir
j tt-11 every night, but
is rises the next mom-jing.
R. C. Fulkerson k another man
who says he cannot get along with
out The Maupin Times. He added
his name to our list Monday.
Case on Tuesday.
Marcua Shearer had Me leg dress
ed at The Dalles on Tuesday. Tha
injured member is slowly gaining
Hs flexibility and Marcus expects tha
MVflnmna Cnr Dllim. W. E. Hunt.
Peter Kirsch and D. L. Rutherford burn will soon be healed enurwy.
came down from Criterion to attend
the demonstration given by Miss
SPECIAL LOW
Round Trip
Fares
Oregon Trunk Railway
For Thanksgiving
to points in
Oregon, Washington,
Idaho and Montana
Tickets on sale Nov. 26.
27, 28; return limit Dec. 2
Albany $ 10.35
Aoria 11.90
Bend 4.65
Corvallis 10.80
Eugene 12.45
Gearhart 12.65
Goldendale 6.05
Prineville 5.35
Redmond 3.85
Salem 9.35
Seaside 12.10
Spokane 15.55
White Salmon .. 4.10
Yakima 12.50
Tickets, reservation, etc.,
of
E. W. GRIFFIN
Ticket Agent
CRANDALL
Undertaking Co.
The Dalles, Ore ton. Pnaaa S8-J
LADY ASS1TANTS
Maupi
Mr. tad Mr. ClvexUs Oofoot
Wapinitia
Tygh Volley-
Roy Ward
W. B. SIom
A
AX
QUIET SERVICE
48-Piece English Ware
Ivory body, poppy design de
coration. A closeout num
ber. Reg. $33.50 M rj fjll
value, Now. $A I .VV
36-Piece, Decorated
Ivory body... Pretty decora
tion, open Istock numbers
ff:a,.u!L $8.00
The esttire department has been reduced-
This mesMi a real saving to
thoie waSntiag new dishes for
ThBkgiving.
YOUR
CREDIT
IS
GOOD
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DECEMBER
R. B. BELL, Agent, Maupin. Ore.
EDW. H. MeALLEN, T. F. & ?.
A., Bend Ore.
Your Watch Haywire?
If it is not doing its work
brinj? it to The Tims office
and Mr. Semmes will send
GUY A. POUND
jflaiwitwtuTing Jefteler
sua Watchmaker
Sucwiwr in 1. Lindqulat
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