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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View This Issue
Tharsday, May 22, 1930.
There's Cream In Every Drop
Maupin's Leading Grocery
O. P. Resh M Co.
Everything Fur the Table
Did wc miss you when wc mailed our cata
logues? It so, let us know and we will give $
or mail you one. Compare prices in this book
with those of any other store... They talk for
themselves. To save Is to earn. BUY HERE
church daily this week. Mias Swett
it a lister of Tom Swett and Miss
Smith a daughter of Reverend Clark
l:h TTn About
lckd tip around this burg
Rudolfo Valentino, once shiek of
the movie, is no more. He pawd
through the exit from earth to the
beyond ome time ago. His going
left a field open for aspiring movie
actors. Maupin has one young fel
low, a dark fairly good looking shiek,
who glorks in the fact that he has
been told he resembles the late la
mented Rudolfo: His mind is made
u to hie, himself to Hollywooy and
there attempt to ''break into" the
movier, trusting to his resemblance
to Valentino to "put him on." It
Is said a movie actor's life is one of
hard work. That being true we are
ifraid our Maupin lad will not suc
ceed, for he has demonstrated that
hard work and he do not agree. Oh
k what's the use.
science of art and sounds and are
able to produce with harmony melody
on various instruments.
Two Sunday school evangelists,
the Misses Ada Swett and Eva Smith
are in Maupin working for the up
bailding of the local school They
are making a hou e to house canvass
and are meeting with some success.
Their object is most laudable, for it
Is by inculcating a spirit of Christian
ity in the young and inducing them
to attend Sabbath school that the
foundaton of civilization is kept in
tact. By ail means send the child"
den to Sabbath tchool; it U art edu
cation for them and teaches them
that the Golden Rule Is the right step
toward a happy and successful life."
Kill Slants is doing home cooking
thi; week, his wife being in Portland
on a visit.
"Bunny" Welch had returned from
a business trip which took him as
far as 'California.
Elmer Hnrnuist came up from
Barlow and la spending a few days
with Maupin friends.
The Maupin Community club met
with Mrs. L C. Henneghan today, a
fair number being out.
Mrs. X. 8. Stovall has returned
from CorvalliK, where she had been
visiting the past week.
Charley Walker and wife took in
the show Tuesday night, coming In
from th'ir Flat ranch.
D. L. Rutherford and wife were
rrr-ong there who enjoyed the Golden
Bros. !pw Tuend'iy night driving In
Oliver Rk h and wife pent Sun
day a Katikella, whero Uiey caught;
their limit of rcdaldcs.
Gu Derthitk has been at Oak
Springs several days lately, being
employed on the new road.
Among those from the farming
districts to attend Tuesday's show
were 0. H. and Elza Dcrthlck.
Mr'. Cnrl Pratt took the mall to
the Flat today, her husband having
business that kept him at home.
Elmer Ilornqulst and Floyd Me
thod made a trip to their homesteads
In the Criterion dirtrlct yesterday.
Trapper Fulkerson, in company of
the trapper from Dufur, looked over
the Cow Canyon country yesterday.
Mac and Doug, Holloman were
down from Wapinitia Tuesday They
are preparing to go to the timber
where they will cut several thuocand
Dave - Donaldson and Jack Staats
went to Swin Tuesday and will be
employed there the coming cummer.
Bates Shattuck went to Portland
Monday, going down on business.
Mrs. R. E. Wilson went along as a
Joe Kramer went to Portland on
Monday and on Tuesday returned
with a new Ford truck for custo
Johnny Williams and Oliver Resh
and wife visited the Deschutes at
Kaskella on Wednesday, each getting
the limit of trout.
Mrs Audrey Carr left for her home
at Vancouver, Washington, Sunday.
Mrs. Carr will teach in a school near
Vancouver next year.
The Misses Ada Swett and Eva
Smith, from Dufur, are instructing
in a Bible study school held at the
Published in the inerests of the people of Maupin and vkinity bjr.
THE TUM-A-LUM LUMBER CO.,fho. M.i. 73 '
Maupin, Oregon, May 22, 1930
There is a business
man who hires a boy to
cut his grass to he can
go out to the golf links
and get some exercise.
0. F. Renkk, Editor
Elmer Ilornqulst, "Big Rum" in
the Sheepherders union, is in town
for the anual meeting of that body.
Elmer says the membern of that
union are backward in paying their
dues, that be has not collected a
fleece since he ha: been in posses
sion of the wool sack, also that the
drain upon that exchequer has been
so strong that he has been compell
ed to forego smoking tailor made
and must roll his own. Just what
he has determined to do regarding
the condition we have not been in
formed. We look for an upheaval
in the ranks of the herders before
our doughty herder ranger leaves
for his summer's wo;k,
A stranger asked R. C. Fulkerson
"when the wind stops blowing in
this section?" Also is it ever stopped?
The trapper replied that he tupposed
the wind took a day off occasionally,
but that during his stay of several
years here that event has not oc
curred but twice.
Mrs. H. F. Bothwell Is s valuable
asset to Maupin. Her work along
musical lines with the younger ele
ment is bringing forth good fruit and
soon Maupin will be known as a place
where even the babies are up in the
A Better Furniture Store
Why shouldn't women
run for Congrce? They
have had a lot of ex
bill to the houw.
Tut in your order
for your winters wood
while a supply is in the
Dr. Short came into
our yard the other day
and said he ran into
such a trong wind that
it blew out the tail
light on hi car.
To My Many Friends and Patrons:
This is to announce that I have recently acquired the interest of my partners (The Powers Company)
a?i. a p .SPy? bcen comPkted for an entire renovation and remodeling of our store at the corner
of Third and Washington streets. It will be our aim, in carry out these plans, to provide the people of
The Dalles, and surrounding mid-Columbia and eastern Oregon districts, with the most up-to-date dis
plays of home furnishings. The changes we contemplate will enable us to serve you in the most efficient
awl,ccononncal manner. , .
This county is entitled to have a furniture shop along the most modern lines. Our plans will make
such available. Here home builders will be able to inspect the finer line of home furnishings, where
there will be no sacrifice of the standard of quality, but where price will be lowered to a point in keep
ing with modern metropolitan furniture merchandising.
, In order to carry out our remodeling plans it will be necessary to clear our floor space as much as
possible and thus we are launching mir rpmnrlplinrr bqIo Wnb-m an will crtnn Vm rlom origin nr tVia oty twrtk 1
'of goods, m order that they may bring about the changes needed for turning our store into a modern
This sale will afford the people of this part of Oregon and southern Washington with an unusual op
portunity to furnish their homes at a minimum cost. They may choose from a complete new spring
stock at savings that range from 15 to 50 per cent.
In making this announcement of our plans for a a better furniture store, we want to express to all
our very sincere thanks for past patronage. J.R. DOCHERTY.
Just a Few Items to Show Our Great Price Reductions:
Breakfast Room Groups
$29.75 5-piece Decorated BREAKFAST SET, 36x42
inch, drop leaf table, 5 Windsor type chairs to
$39.75 Solid Maple Breakfast Set
Decorated in green, 5-picce ,. $27.85
$29.75 5-Piecc Breakfast Set
Decorated Blue and Ivory $18.75
Floor Lamps, Bridge Lamps Novelty
Lamps and Shades
$W.flr beautiful ART VASE LAMP, complete with
embossed parchment shade .' $9.85
$9.50 Modern Floor Lamp
Artistic metal standard and decorated parchment
shade .'. $4.85
$9 Wrought Iron Bridge Lamj
Complete with shade $4.50
$15 Pottery Vase or Jug Lamp
Wlih parchment shifdc $5.85
Three-Piece Ivory Group
with dainty floral decorations, 3-piece group consist
of bed, chest and vanity $32.85
3-Piece Dresser Suite
in walnut, bed, dresser and chest $59.00
3-Piece Group .
Full size bed, console type vanity and chest in fine
walnut veneers with decorated overlays of maple,
three major pieces : $83.50
$29.75 Martha Washington Sewing Cabinet ....$19.75
$9.75 Mahogany Book Rack, three shelves $3.85
$22.50 Mahogany Book Rack $5.75
$6.50 Book Rack $1.98
$22.75 Walnut Butterfly Table ' $9.50
$13.75 Mahogany Occasional Table $9.85
$39. 50 Governor Winthrop Desk : $21.50
$49.50 Cpinet Desk in Mahogany $38.75
$18.50 Mahogany Tilt Top Table $11.25 .
Jo K. Docherty Furniture Co.
CORNER THIRD and WASHINGTON
THE DALLES, OREGON
EvcaU is History
In 1639 the first
printing press was set
p in America. In
1929 the first issue of
the Tickler was publieh
u for your reading.
Look at . the new
Richmond building. We
furnished the cement
and ehlplap for it.
Why h it that a
blackberry b red when
it is green and how can
a black cow give white
milk that makes yellow
butter to feed to kiddies
to give them red cheeks?
We never did like oleo
la nineteen more
years we will be able to
have a column of "What
we read Twenty Years
A backwoods moun
taineer found a mirror
that some tourist had
evidently lost. '4
"Well If K ain't my.
old dad," he said, at he
looked m the , mirror.
"I never knowed
had his pitcher took.,
He took the mirror
home and stole into the
attic to hide it. But his
actions didn't escape
his auspicious ' wife.
That night while he
slept, she slipped up to
the attic and fonnd the
"Hum-um" she said,
looking into it, ''so
that's the old hag he'e
been chat in."
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Fresh Every Day
Home Town Bread
Cakes, Cookies, Pastries
AsR Your Dealer
La Grande 'Fountain and dairy
lunch opened at Union Pacific stage
Shoe Repairing Well
Bring: in the old Shoes
E. A. CYR, Foprietor.
Your Watch Haywire?
If it is not doini? its work
bring it to Trie Times ofKce
and Mr.: Summes will send
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