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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View This Issue
Thursdoy, July 3, 103d.
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More Mye Openers:
Coming Next Woek
Watch for Them
si;i Labels for
There's Cream In Every Drop
The 4th of July came this week
and trade kept us too busy to
look up specials. We'll have a
few next week Real Hot Ones
Maupin's Leading Grocery
O. P. Resh . Co.
Everything: Fur the Table Maupin, Oregon
pwMwvw, ranch on t business trip yesterday.
Personalities ! -o- .
Cww r. r-ToC" "TTJ ' p'n'n,,r, w1(h ""d Don Rulher
vwo wwy ; f ,rd were in Tbo Dalles couple of
Pete Kirwh was In town from his ', djv this week.
Criterion ranrh yesterday morning, j "
o j I'nve Donaldson, after a few days
John PowpII whs down from the' spent in town and in fishing, re
turned to Government Camp on
Dun otlibs came in after some
eating tobacco and some other table
Andrew Wittman, one of the firm
Tram Vail tie OIF
New Ford engine (five ft outstanding
acceleration, speed and power without
sacrificing reliability or economy
TlIE (jock! prrformanoB of tlie Fowl car,
'" ao apparent on every highway, U due
'' largely lo the aouml mechanical flralgn
, of the engine.
'. It ha outstanding acrrlrrntion, ee(I
and power, yet that i only part of it
value to you. Creator ml ill N the fact
that It hrlnx you nil thru features
without narrifirlng either rdiuhility or
That ia I he reason the lord ear' linn
given anon untinfaelory nrrviee to mil
liona of motorist all over the world
, and lias been ehosen by bo many large
companies that keep aceurate eoat fig
ures. In every detail of construction it
has been carefully planned and made
for the work it has to do.
The design of the compression cham
ber is an important factor in the effi
ciency of the Ford engine. It is built to
allow free passage of gases through tho
valves and to thoroughly mix the fuel
that built the new bridge, Is in town
for a few days' vlnlt.
Miss Hazel Laughliii of Waplnltla
was a guest of their cousins, the!
Weberg girls, yesterday.
Mrs. James Vaughan spent Tues
day night at her parental home in
Maupin, returning to Oak Springs
Mrs. Vivian McMorrls has resign
ed from the Rainbow cafe and has
returned to her parents' home at
John MfMilllsn has gone to the
mountains for the summer, having
taken a band of Fargher's thecp to
the high spots.
Mrs. Gus Dcrthick went to Oak
Springs yesterday morning and
visited with htr daughter. Mrs.
Tom and Emmctt Ashley were in
town a short time yesterday morn
ing, being on their way to the moun
tains with sheep. '
L, D. Kelly is attending the regu
lar monthly meeting of the county
court at The Dalles this week, going
down on Tuesday.
Nick Karolus and Jack Berthala
have gone to the mountains, where
they will remain until after the
huckleberry season clones.
Ye editor, son, Edward, and Ira
Kiddtr enjoyed a vacation of a few
days last week, se nding the time
at Longview, Washington.
Willard Cunningham is the first
around here to get into his grain
harvest, Yesterday he combined his
rye and realized a good crop.
Coqullle -Plana proposed for con
struction of building at State High
way Department shops In this town.
Toledo 116,000 bond issue ap
proved for purchasing additional
right-of-way for Newport-Ciirv&llii
highway thrugh this city,
John DayStone building next to
Hachncy Home blng reimxlled and
refurnlnhed for a new occupant.
Both of Maupin's warehouse com
panies will hold their annual meet
ings on Saturday, July 12 These
meetings are for the purpose of go
ing over the year's business and to
transact other business that may
come up for dissussion.
Mae Holloman went to the forest
to cut fence posts Monday morning.
He attempted to fell a tree but was
taken with a spasm of erysipelas
which caused him to return to camp,
which is on Salmon river near Swim.
Mae came U town yesterday and
5btainrd a remedy for the ailment.
f vfj, ,;'
by producing turbulence within the
cylinders during compression. The spark
thus fWhrs quickly throueli the whole
fuel charge, resulting in quieter and
more effective engine performance.
Other factors are the direct gravity
gnolinc feed, the specially designed
carburetor, the new hot-snot manifold,
aluminum pistons, chrome silicon alloy
valves of larger diameter, statically and
dynamically balanced crankshaft and
flywheel, the simplicity of the electrical,
cooling, lubrication, and fuel systems
and accuracy in manufacturing.
NOTE TIIESE LOW
Roadster ' $135
Tndor Sedan ' 495
Coupe , 495
Sport Coupe . . ... 52-1
De Luxe Coupe .... 515
Three-window Fonlor Sedan 600
De Luxe Phaeton .... 625
Convertible Cabriolet . . 625
De Luxe Sedan . . , 610
Town Sedan ...... 660
Alt prim f. a. fc. Detroit, ptutfrrtfht nl
VWtwrjr. Dumper and tpart tin txtrm, al
The Nnr Ford Town Sedan
Ash the nearest Ford dealer for a demonstration
Maupin, Sunday, July, Gth
" " 1 i
Funniest Farce of the Year
of the Family
and other stars of
the Film Eirmament
"A LAUGH A DAY '
KEEPS VHE DOCTOR AWAY
YOUXL KEEP HIM AWAY FOR
A YEAR AFTER SEEING
"HEAD OF THE FAMILY."
OVER 200 LAUGHS--
ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW
AdminioB Adult. 50c, CLildr.n 2S.
EFFECTIVE HAY JInd TO SEPT. 30th
FINAL nETUim LIMIT OCTOBER 31"
LIBERAL STOPOVERS OOINO AND RETURNING
BOUND TRIP TO
KANSAS CITY.... 7S.Se
ST. LOUIS ss.se
DETROIT .. lOt.M
ATLANTA .... 1J1.SS
riroiii'RGH ... iM.ee
WASHINGTON . iU.M
NEW YORK lt.7Q
11:10 A IU
Sundays 10:36 A. II,
SlterMMn with tbt
SKet Wind Rirer
Tern Ashley has started his flock
of sheep, numbering 1900 head, to
Washipsrton, where he will jrraze
them this season on the Wind River
rartures. Since embarking in the
sheep business the Ashleys have
built up a fine flock.
H. E. Wray's. dairy business is
growing daily. Since inaugurating
the milk line Mr. Wray has suceed
ed in working up a large clientele,
he delivering around 100 quarts of
milk to the stores and to private
customers each Hay. In addition to
this he also makes tlclrvery of a con
siderable amount of cream and
milk in bulk. The Wray dairy herd
is made up of blooded and accepted
milk stock and his dairy is a model
of perfection, being modern and
kept in the most clean manner.
Onting at Clear Lake
John Confer and wife packed up
their ftaip outfit and on Tuesday
filled their tin Lizzie with gas and
oil and pointed its head toward Clear
lake. There they will enjoy tho
mountain breezes and incidentally
pull a few trout from the waters of
Wmd lo Get Plates
The secretary cf state on Mon
day telegraphed all state traffic of
ficers and peace officials advising
them that motorists who have not
procured their 1930-1931 license
plates are operating in violation of
the law and are subject to arrest
Alio Connection with tho famous
,On!y Thru Tnin Portland to Chicago -
IFAVEf TBS DAM If Site P. M. DAILT
R. B. BELL, Agent, Maapui, Ore. ) 'A
H. D. ATHON, Tra. Freight .nj P .. Agt., Bend, Or.. HlJ
Fresh Every Day
Home Town Bread
Cakes, Cookies, Pastries
Ask Your Dealer
"fTrrrmrw'A-Jt nut 1 3
ON CASH BASIS
We hereby notify the public that
on and after July 1, 1930, our
business will be for cash only. This
includes gas, oils, accessories, tires,
tubes, parts and repair work. Please
pay attention and be prepared to
pay cash when dealing with us.
KRAMER BROS. MOTOR CO.
THE FOURTH IS COMING
La Grande Fountain and dairy
lunch opened at Union Pacific stage
Shoe Repairing , Well
Bring: in the old Shoes
E. A. CYR, Poprietor.
Flags for the Fourth all sizes !
6c, 10c 16c and 25c each at the
Maupin Drug Store.
Klamath Falls 18-hole Bantam
Golf course constructed at 7th and
Walnut by Harry E. Tclz and Chris
Condon New cooling and venti
lating, system being installed in Li
Your Watch Haywire?
If it is not doing ita work
bring it to The Times office
and Mr. Semmes will send
GUY A. POUND
Sueewwor to U. Lindquist
TUB DALLKS - - OREGON
The Dalles, OregM. Phone 3S-JP
Mr. and Mri. CharU Oofoot
W. B. Sloan