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THE MAUPIN TIMES
01.1 Hickory Smoked salt, 10 lbs $1.19
t (The correct way for curing meat)
Prunes, GO-GO sixt', ZMIih $2.65
Brazil Nuts, per lb. 80c .".lbs for 55c
We are receiving fresh shipments every week of Christmas
.Candy. Huy early and have a large selection.
Don't forget we arc selling dressed pork whole or half. Also
quarters of beef. Huy now for winter use.
Special China Offer
Beautiful set new Chinaware with Mother's Oats
Comt' in and ask about it
O. P. Resh a Co.
Everything For the Tabic Maupin, Oregon
Mm. Dr. Short, the past week end.
The visitor live at Prinevllle.
MAUPIN BOYS ON
DALLES FICHT CARD
Floyd and Dong Holloman and Al
bert Hachler Matched for
i'ubliuherj in th lnerests of the people of Muupln and vicinity by
THE TUM-A-LUM LUMBER CO.,Phone M.i. 71
Maupin, Oregon, December 6, 1 029
Personalities j ' ,,'rl,M'
a couple of days vi: it with
John Karlcn was at the county
scat on business Tuesday.
Dr. W. A. Short will go to Madras
Sunday and will upend the week there
on dental business.
The Conroy brothers, J.ihn Peter,
W. A. Dane wan down from the i jut( i,, J, H, were at The Dalles
timber line on business yesterday. I0) burner a Tuesday.
Mn. Roy Tattcc spent a rait of mk Jenn Wilson has n-one bark
Monday with frienda nt The Dalles. lo Portland, she having been here
i',,r the ThankKirivinir holiday.
Rev. W. A. Malthewa wan over
from the Simnasho mission early thin
Lloyd Woodsido and wife were
trading with county seat merchant:
L. C. Henncghan and wife spent
the last week end visiting with rela
tives at Salem.
Mm. Marcus Shearer returned
Sunday from a visit with frienda nt
"Kelly" Cyr left yeaterday morn-
MaretiH Shearer and wife and The
Times man were in The Dalles on
fuepduy, going down on business.
Mrs. Rose Dahl wan among those
from these parts who transacted
buainraa at the county seat on Tues
day. Hoy Baxter wan down from North
Junction yesterday and laid in a
supply of groceries, purchased of
Freddie Shearer ; pent Sunday in
Maupin, visiting with his brother,
Marcus, and famjly before returning
to school at O. S. C.
Jimmic Wray returned to his
studies at Portland Monday after
having spent the Thanksgiving vaca
tion at his parents' home here.
M Vclma Crofoot has returned
to her normal school studies at Mon
mouth after having visiting over the
holiday at the parental home in Maupin.
Mrs. Howard Nye and little daugh
ter were gusts at the home of the
lady's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Confer, over the Thanksgiving holi
Jesse Crabtrec and wife and the
former's mother, Mrs. Job Crabtrec,
visited with Grandpa Andy Crabtrec
at the Mid-Columbia hosuital at The
Mrs. Fred T. Joncg and her daugh
ter, Misa Leo, were guests at the
home of, their daughter and sister,
Maunin'a whirlwind fighters. Floyd
and Doug Holloman and Albert
Hachler will be seen in action next
Tuesday night at, The Dalles Civic
Auditorium, when they mix with op
ponent worthy of their mettle.
Floyd will tangle with Jimmic Lar
son, a Portland pug, while Doug will
demonstrate that he is a better man
than Ja:k Bissett, the fighting lad
from Dufur. In their last scrap
Dough got the call over Jack and
the coming fight will mean that
Bissett is going to try to even thing
up. Harry McDonald, the Morn
lad who recently side-stepped Floyd
Holloman, will go against the husky
In speaking of the Holloman boys
Tue' day's Chronicle has the follow
ing to say:
The aeml-windup will bring to
gether Floyd Holloman of Maupin
and Jimmic Larron of Portland.
Fans who saw Holloman go In the
lar.t card sincerely hope that Lar
son brivm along some armor plate
and a baseball ma-k, so that the
fight will last at leart one round.
Holloman pushes more gloves at an
opponent in one minute than most
fighters do in one hour.
Maupin's second representative in
the rinir will be Albert Hachler, who
will meet Harry McDonald of Moro.
It will be Hachler's first appearance
in The Dalles, although he has been
winning with regularity in the fights
at Maupin. McDonald U well known
The curtain-raiser will bring to
gether Jack Bissett of Dufur and
Doug Holloman, a third Maupin
ite on the card. Doug is an ardent
students of Floyd's prowess and is
considered one of the coming box
ers in the county. Bissett'e ap
pearance against Kid Fcnwick on the
last card was the high point of the
It takes all kinds of
people and a lot of
them to keep Franco In
cabinets these days.
Usually where there
is smoke there is fire,
but the amount of 1
smoke doesn't tell the
amount of heat.
O. F. Renick, editor
If you desire publi
city just buy a board
or two from us and get
your name in the paper.
Being our own editor
and publi her we can
print what we please.
Wa nave for tala any
you might nead alo
salmon: In order to
have unqualified suc
cess with this recipe it
is neccs ary to have a
waterfall near the
horn.. Take a medium
sized can of salmon
punc'.ure it in several
places with an ice pick
and dace in a sugar
sack. Tie the neck of
the tack securely and
fasten to 20 feet of
Fasten clothes lL'nci
securely to a trcs -.ip
stream from th falls,
allowin? sack to hang
over top of fads where
the Vater is swiftest.
After treatment has
progressed two hours
walk up boldy and cut
Froga and men are much
' Qnc croaks,
i The other dies.
Better than usual.
Rain in Florida.
Ice at South Pol.
Bates Shattuik is
building busemeiit Q ho
can install a furanca.
L C. Wilhelm is doing
Lester Crahtree is
building new hog shed.
Seae and Nomne
"Mother, ia it correct
to say 'water the horse'
when he is thirty?"
"Yes, ion, quite cor
rect" "Well, give me a
saucer. I'm going to
Onr plat books
are still here, so
come in and use
them, it will cost
you nothing, ;
Marcus Shearer is confined to his
hzed with an aggravated attack of
tonsilitis. Marcs hasu been troubled
with his throat for several days and
the disease was the result of that
TygSa Valley Mi
BEERY AND HATTON AGAIN
Ladies Aid Baaiar
The Ladies Aid of the U. B.
church of Waninitia will hold a
baazar at thee hurch at that place
on Wednesday, December 11. A
program wil be renedered in the
evening Many useful articles will
be offered for sale and a dinner
served during the day. All inter
ested are invited to attend, as the
time spent at the baazar will be well
LeadJnf Comedian in "Firemen
Sara My Child"
Gold Beach Indian Creek Salmon
hatchery to start operations soon.
A COMEDY-DRAMA IN
Oo Oo R Ha
Tygh Valley, Oregon
8:00 O'Clock P. M.
Children 25 Cents. Adults 50 Cents
Wallace Beery and Raymond Hat
ton have joined in leads in that most
laughable of comedies, "Firemen
Save My Child," which will be on
the screen at Legion hall next Sun
day night. A press review says, in
speaking of the two stars:
They've gone and done it again,
those two unbeatable laugh-provok-
crs Wallace Beery and Raymond
In fact, they've stepped out and
surpassed their two previous efforts
by a wide margin.
"Firemen, Save My Child," the
third of the Beery-Hatton picture,
looks as though it were deEtined to
go down in film history as one of
the greatest comedies of 1927. It
will surely rank among the foremost
farces of nil time.
What they did in the uniforms of
the army in "Behind the Front" and
the navy in "We're in the Navy now"
was but a forerunner of the riot
thpy cause in the blue of the fire
Beery and Ilatton again appear in
ml fit uniforms, without which it
would he difficult to picture them,
and the uproar they cause in a per
fectly nice youlig fire department
as they "do their stuff" on fire
trucks, with hoses, desperately fight
ing flames, or just as desperately
wallowing in mud to rescue 'the
chief's daughter is one long laugh
to the final fadeout.
MAUPIN BUDGET NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
following is the estimated .budget as
adopted by the regularly appointed
committee selected to pass upon
same, for the year 1930, for the
Town of Maupin, Warco county,
Water rent for fire hydrants
Street lights 325.00
Recorder's salary 240.00
Marshal's salary 120.00
Reservoir fund 500.00
Incidental expenses . 140.00
Total estimated budget ....$1,500.0J)
The estimated budget, as lifted
above, was adopted by the budget
committee are herein undersigned:
B. D. Fraley.
, B. .Shaituck.
E. V. Doty.
H. R. Kaiser,
J. C. Pratt,
B. F. Turner.
The Dallas, Oragoa. Phana 35-J
Mr. and Mr. Charles Crofoot
W. B. Sloan
Long DUtant Hauling A Specially
ELZA O. DERTHICK
TYGH VALLEY HI PLAY
"Yimmy Yon.on" Will Tell of His
"Yob" in Three Act
Tygh Valley Hi school has awak
ened after a lcthergy of several
mnnti4 nnrt will show renewed lifi
nn the eveninc of Saturday, De-
ecniber 21, when the laughable
three-art comedy " i inmiy i on
sen's Yob" will be explained from
the ttage of the Odd Fellows hall
at Tygh Valley.
The Tych school has put on some
of the best amateur entertainments
nossible in the past and the coming
comedy bids fair to cause more
laughter- and genuine merriment
ever before experienced by an au
dience at any other of the Tygh
nlavs. Children will be taxed 25
cents as admis ion while adults will
he asked to pungle up four bits for
the privilege of having a chance to
laugh their buttons off.
New an entirely new Electric
vaporiier, regular $2.25 value and
a 75-cent jar of Turpo, the vaporiz
ing ointment, both, 95 cents at the
Maupin Drug Store.
Lean meat is easily digested.
TO ALL POINTS IN
and Union Pacific pc:ntain
Final return limit
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Call Maupin Drug Store
EDW. H. McALLEN, T. F. & P.
R, B. BELL, Agent, Maupin. Ore
A., Bend Ore.
Your Watch Haywire?
If it is not doing its work
bring it to The Tims office
and Mr. Sfmmes will send
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