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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 12, 1929)
THE MAUPIN TIMES
TKuntfn? Deremef 12, 1329.
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Old Hickory Smoked Halt, 10 lbs $1.19
(Tho correct way for curing meat)
Prunes. GO-GO sixe, 25tbs $2.65
Urazil Nuts, per lb. 30c 31bs for 55c
We are receiving frenh BhipmcntH every week of Christmas
.Candy, Huy early and have a large selection.
Don't forget we are Belling dreaned pork whole or half. Also
quarters of beef. Buy now for winter use.
Special China Offer
Beautiful set new Chinaware with Mother's Oats
Comb in and ask about it
O. P. Resh . Co.
Everything Fur the Table Maupin, Oregon
C. A. Duun was Among thou from
Criterion, wbo was trading with Mau
pin merchant thin morning.
V, L. Rutherford was down from
Crhri"n thin morning.
Oliver It rah nl wife vinitcd ut
the county scat over night.
J. (7. Kramer was down frm hi;;
Criterion farm yesterday.
L. C. Ilcnneghan and wife visited
a few dayi of 1 art week at Salem.
Henry Kramer, the rigar man of
The Dalles, railed on his Mniiiin
customer last night and today, go
ing from here to .Shaniko.
Pon MilPr and wife went to thej
ounly ;enl on n trading trip thm
Pre mid Lloyd Wiiodnidc were
traniaetiiig business) at The Dalles
1 Mm. Char. Steele, and mother,
! Mr. Chan. Walker, were trading at
'The Dalles yentcrday.
Mm. Frank Dyer la at the home
of her daughter, taking care of her
hrother, Wilbur Hurst.
Peter Kirsrh and wife were down
' from Criterion today, Pete coming
to do nome trading, his wife to at
tend the food demonstration.
.Sylvester Kramer and wic were
K'lehtg of relatives in Maupin yrg.
tenia j", coining over from Dufui.
Mi- iMta Miller, who has heen at
the J. S. Krown home on the Flat,
h'l returned to Mauri".
Mrs. George Morris, accompanied
by Miss Helen Weberg, visited at
the county seat yesterday.
Marlln Fulker on is now a mem
ber of the clerk staff in the big Mier
A Frank store In Portland.
Bill Schilling consulted his physi-
ii.r at The r.';ule; iast I ..unlay, he
b i. a tuff-jr from rheumatirm.
MIks Olivtj Turner Is nt home
from Portland end will remain until
after the Chrht.nr.s hollliys,
Alva Wilcox camo down from the
Abbott ranch this morning and con
tinued on his way to Portland.
George Mos, rl Oregon,
''iuf In yecter 'i for the purpose
if mailing on his m.c. W ilbur Hurst
ard his aunt, iUr- I-r ic Dyer.
Mrs. D. L. Rutherford returned
from The Dalles this morning, hav
ing been there on a vinit to her
mother and also to have dental work
Mac Ilolloman took time out to
day Jong enough to come to town on
a trading trip, thus leaving Wap
Inftia without a pool hall operator
for the time being.
"Kelly" Cyr, wife and daughter,
Mrs. Geo. Morris, and Miss Helen
Weberg took in the Rio Rita per
formance at the Granada, The Dalles
last Sunday evening. i ,
Mips Marion Lord, county nurse,
with Mi s Ca:.e, food demonstrator
from the Stdte Col I (?, rsmc over
from The Dalles thir, morning to put
on a les'on in preparing tempting
Remember a kodak for Christmas.
See the lar?e assortment at the Mau
pin Drng Store.
And the Rain Came
From June to December is a long
stretch, especially when that stretch
is one devoid of rain. Southern
Wasco county wheat fields were
parched while range pasture was as
dry as the Vollstaad act purports to
make the country. Last week the
dry spell was broken. Rain began
to fall and up to the time of our
going: to press the fields and range
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WHAT xou tut
Vi WIUTTOV4HI U
Make this a Furniture Christmas. Choose gifts for the home.
Vjhoose enduring gifts for this Chrictmas that will give pleasure
find comfort for many years to come. An unusual varied selec
tion. A gift for each member of your family, a gift for every
j YOUR HOME 3
S ITTIU.S c
with hinged life top and
sliding trays $1.85
Colonial Martha Washington
Octagonal ends with lift top
three drawers fluted legs,
blended finish $19.75
Oval shape, turned leg and
lower stretchers $2.95
Complete with decorated
parchment shades, (5-foot
silk cord $5.50
Heavy nickle plated, new
modern design, actuating
top hinge $8.50
Pastel green and nickle fin
ish, an excellent family
Large size woven wicker
Decorated in green and gold
blue and gold $3.95
Decorated with hollow base
An ever welcome gift for mother, sister, wife
and sweetheart. Both Tennessee Red Cedar
and walnut chest. Cedar lined. Unusual
Queen Anne design, full size, 40 in. with full
Queen Anne leg base, overlay panel on front,
molded trim, genuine Tennessee Red cedar,
beautifully finished $16.75
Large size Walnut Chest, genuine Tennessee
cedar lined, Colonial style, dust proof con
struction, decorated front, at $18.75
38-in. Tennessee Cedar Chest, brass trim,
heavy shaped bulb legs, oclking lid $12.75
toys TOYS T0YS
$27 All Metal Automobile", complete with all
accessories, disc wheels, ballon tire $23.50
$0.50 Easel Blackboard and Desk combination
Beautifully finished in
blended walnut, large bulb
turned legs $19.50"
China Dinner Set
orated with an attrac
tive floral pattern ....-$14.25
Large drop leaves, hand
some turned legs and fine
stretchers, knuckled joints
and bevel edge $31.75
Spraddle leg style, drop
leaves, dull rib finish $14.75
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CHAIRS AND ROCKERS
No limit to selection, Oc
sassional Chairs, Radio
Chairs, Pull-up Chairs, Cox
well Chairs, Upholstered
Lounging Chairs, Windsor
Rockers, Loose Cushion
Rockers, any one of these
lavorites will nake an ideal
gift for the home.
I'ublinhed in the inerests of the people of Maupin and vicinity Ly
THE TUM-A-LUM LUMBER CO.,Pho. M.i 71
Maupin, Oregon, December 12, .1129
The bull on the
itock market seems to
have been just that.
And a lot of people lost
money they never had.
And those are the bear
Chrirtmas and then
New Year Resolutions.
0. V. Renick, editor
Job Crabtrco rcmodles
Shepflin lesidence. Ho
Is putting on a new
roof with Red Cedar
shinies and finishing
the innide with Sterling
Plaster Board. You
wont know the old
place when he get thru.
A few good shingles
will stop that leaky
Extra Star A Star at
$100 per M.
Standards at $2. CO, pr
Unlfis it turns
warmer we predict
cooler weather with
rain unless otherwise.
We will insist this
year that our All Ameri
can team have at least
one American name on
Instead of the Eeafst
Wc;,t game, why not
the Irifh coached by Al
Smith and the Scotch
by Premicd McDonald.
At least oc line would
not give much.
Stop at our office for
a chat any time. Look
around we have what
A cow stood on the
The train came round
She wa; never struck be
fore But Fhc got it in the
How to Catch Wluffla.
At tho Whiff lepoof
is a very tu ty moml
wc all desire a mens ol
them and tho editor
lias found the follow
ing method very suc
cessful: In July care
fully cut a hole in the
ice on any lake, dig ia
a hole in the water and
line with bread and
butter. Lay a banana
peel in the hoile and
when the whlpplepool
whiffles he will slip on
the banana peel and ii
then ready to cook.
Roast on an oak board
in a cool oven end
when done throw the
whifflepoof away and
eat the board.
are being wet down. If the rain is
followed by a good mowfall the
wheat crop now in the ground will
be much benefited.
Town Basketball Team
The town boys have organized a
basketball team, intending to play
the High school boys as practice.
Doc Short has taken over the
management and will endeavor to
arrange games with outside teams.
The team is practicing with the
school players and are fast round
ing into shape. The personnel, sc
far signed up is: Cyril Fraley, An
drew Crabtrce, Jesse Crabtree, Ad
die Wray, Wade Hampton, Dar
Poling, Ed Semmes and Ira Kidder.
Had Paralytic Strokes
Wilbur Hurst is at the farm home
of Ernest Confer, where he ruffer-
ed two paralytic strokes on Tuesday.
Wilbur has been under the weath-
Supply your needs for Christmaa
present for the whole family at the
Maupin Drug Store.
er for some time, his trouble cul
minating as above stated. His sis
ter, Mrs. Frank Dyer, is with him.
Mount Hood Government Camp
hotel cfctviged canagement.
Shoes and Repairing
Wasco County's Exclusive
hoea for th
The Dalles, Ore.
FARE AND ONE-THIRD
FOR ROUND TRIP TO
DES MOINES ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS 1
NOV EM BE II 23 AND 30
DECEMBER f, 11, 19,20,21
Return limit Fcbrdary 23, 1930
For detailed information
call on or phone Agent
The Dalles, Oregon. Pfcona 35-J
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crofoot
W. B. Sloan
QUIET SERVICE .
Long Distant Hauling A Specially
ELZA O. DERTH1CK
EDW. H. McALLEN, T. F. & P.
R.'B. BELL, Agent, Maupin. Ore.
A., Bend Ore.
Call Maupin Drug Store
Your Watch Haywire?
Jf it is not dointr its work
'brinjr it to The Times office
and Mr. Semmes will send
GUY A. POUND
uauuiaeturinic Jeweler -1
SuccuuNM- t U. Lindqumt
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