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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1917)
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL. 3, NO, 34
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY. JUNE 15. 1917
THE YEAR $1.50
SENT IN BY OUR
Zene Watkins 'returned home
Thwrsday after, several month'
stay on the John Day.
Dr. Shannon was called to Ante
lope Sunday afterneon.
Mrs, Kathryn Weisbeck is mak
ing improvement on her property
tjy way fyt two room? which are
Mrs. Geo. Woodruff spent sev
eral days in town last week at tbe
omt of her eon Clarence. ' ,
K. V. Hewitt and family return
ed home Friday, bis? brother and
Mri. Hewitt 't mother, Mrs. Ross
of Albany, accompanying them.
Miss Aver Black, left Monday
morniag to attend suraiuejr school
F. C. Butler and wife and J. IT.
Fitzpatricl; motored to Tbe Dalles
Tbe Dalies baseball boys passed
through bere Sunday op their way
Dp. Renter and sisters, Mis9?s
Cordelia and Dorothy, Miss Bote
miller, and Mr. and Mrs. John
Ball of The Dalles enjoyed a pic
nic on Tygh oreek Sunday.
lilt and Arthur Morrjs are
hau.'ing wood for Grandma Morris
Several people of this place at
tended the Friend picuic Saturday
Miss Genevieve Tillotson return
ed borne Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Mays went
to Prineville Friday, returning
gunday. going from here to The
Dalles Monday morning.
Miss Lou Jones of Smock is vjsit
ing Miss Ercell Stakely this week,
Miss Pearl Still well is now em
ployed at the Jack Fraley home..
Mrs. McKee of Woodburn and
Mrs Chalmers of Hillsdale, moth
er and sister of Mrs. Lu Woodside
of this place, arrived Tuesday
evening for a visit with relatives.
It ts Mrs. Chalmers first visit bere
in 17 years,
John Evick and family from
Agency Plains arrived here Sun
day for a visit with relatives.
They came over in their Ford.
Well drillers ere at the home of
Volhe JSndersby drilling a well .
Joe Grabap came out the Jest
of the week from Camas and left
Monday fpr Clackamas take.
M and Mr3- W. 3. Foreman
a, e visiting relatives here this
Ou You Realize?
tbit we are limited by the whole
sale grocers on some articles, do
you know that conditions m get
ting serious, Are you prepared
tor what is coming, Get in, buy
now, while my stock is well assort,
ed and the prices are right. My
only guarantee is honest merchan
dise at fair prices.
LAKE'S CASH STORE
At Your Servlc
A FINE LINE OF
liats and Caps
! THE STORE OF BETTER SERVICE
Mr. and Mrs. V, B. Tapp, Vin
cent and Johnie Tapp left here
Wednesday afternoon for The
Dalles. From there they expected
to go to Philomath, Oregon to at-
tend the annual conference of the
TJi B. church, and thenee to
Southern Oregon, but while in
Tbe palles, Vincent, who has not
been well for some months, became
wcrse and was taken to The Dulles
hospital, and operated on Monday
He came tnrough the operation
fine, but Mr. and Mrs. Tapp will
remain with him a few dave.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Driver
came over from Criterion Tuesday
evening and are visiting at the
home of Mrs. Driver's pareuls, Mr
and Mrs. Woodside.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Wilson
and family attended tbe gradua
tion exercises of their daughter
Miss Ruby in The Dalles Friday
The Pine Grove S. S. observed nn,s
rVii Id ronarlair la Q ?nnnno ; i t li , .
A' nDV a Vi& el-irrl hrMiaa w:Vii.V !
was very beautifully decorated
with evergreens and flowers. Mr.
and Mrs, Hedio deserve much
credit foT the able manner in
which they drilled the pupils.
A betr.eE Sunday school than this
does not exist in Southern Wasco
The Government telephone line
is up between bere and Waniic.
Mr. and Mrs. Welch and Mr.
Lumis wete out here from Tbe
Chas. Delore was transacting
business in The Dallas lust week.
Frank Gabel who has been very
sick at The Dalles hospital the
past few months is vrry much im
proved, nr.d is es peeled Louie this
D, Wright who was hurt some
time ago is improving.
Al Daniels and Bill Maynaid
battled lumber from Hartniau's
mill Monday and Tuesday .
Mrs. Barzeo and Mas. Wood
side went to Maitpin Tuesday ev
ening and met Mrs. McKee and
county. The Wapinitia S. S. vis
ited them Sunday and enjoyed
their program, ext Sunday,
Jund 1,7, our school here will ob
serve children's day with, a pre.
gram, and 'dinner in the grove
Where the celebration wes bekl
)asV j-ear. All are invited to come
and bring a well filled lunch Las
feet, and bring some children with
yevt who do not get to attend 5. S.
The people of this place have
purchased the new part of the
gyick hotel q Grandpa Evick,
Uid are making preparations to
Move it on to the church' properly
tpr a parsonage.
J. P. Abbott is transacting busi
ness in The Dalles this week.
Mr.. and Mrs. B. L, Fortune,
Mrs. $. A. Hartpiap, and Mrs, D.
Woodside attenaed the picnic at
ineed last batnrday. come over
in Mr. Foreman's new Page.
They report about $2300 raised by
subscription there that day for the
Red Cross work. Those fiom h?V
subscribing 10Q eaph, were B, J.
Foreman, J. P, Abbott, John
Wtd, a Kelly.
Mr. Aplirig'i ies e"
was well r" ,aun Pa,llor
. ...aay and Monday, those being
the regular days for handling ice
cream. Mise"Ivy Flinn assisted
him. - I
Anthony Corvilla has enlisted
in tbe engineering corps of tbe
army and we understand will sail
for France sood.
Mrs. J. P. Abbott was visiting
in The Dalles last woek.
David Sharpe lost a fine young
cow tbe rim of the week. j
Mr. Williams aud family from
Gresbam arrived here the last of
the week and will be employed by
Mr. Keen on tbe ditch.
Sam Brown has had several
teams working tbe past week level
ing and removing rocks from his
property near Pine Grove, getting
it ready for irrigation,
H. If, Dodge, the local surveyor!
commenced for the d'.tch company j
in.McCubbin's Gulch Wednesday.
They are preparing to construct
several large dams for reservoirs,
in tbe near future. j
j B. L. Foreman is 'erecting a new !
j N. G. lied: n .made a trip to!
j Maupin Saturday bringing up t
gasoline engine to be used at the
'cut. .Work tber is progressing
A. Lc-d ford's grain crop
very favorable, so much
uildine a eranerv.
, W, Farlow and family motor-
e.l to Friend Saturday attending
the picnic. Geovgi Ayres went
Miss EUa S ron and little sis
tir are visiting their grandparents
at Vancouver, Wn , and will visit
relatives in the Willamette valley.
Eva and Lester Syron wa .t
horseback riding to Waniic Sun
C. II. YoL-key transacted has -nesa
a Tygh Valley Monday,
Mrs. XVra SmiVri is home from
Maupin where she has bw;n em
ployed for several week:?.
N'. E. Whitcomb left Sunday
for White Salmon, Wn., going via
Myrile Mulvnney is visiting her
sister, Mrs. (iesh, near Waniic.
0. I'. Flerk and wife returned
Friday from an extendi. d trip in
F. 15. Spoor purchased a Buick
car I.i t week in The Dalles. He
moved to the Mnoi-liouse plate
T. C. Jones Forded the fallowing
passengers to The Dalles, G. R.
Ledford, A. J. Lake, ofj Wamic,
a id J. II. Fitapatrick of 'Vygli
Valley, they taking ( ile. tjjis
tration papor-j v4 imiv respect'"
pja,c,ta, liiigbt reginteje1
plate, ' ,
District quarterly meeting at tbe
Free Methodist church June 14 to
I7. Rev. F. L,. Burns will be
with us. All are cordially incited
E. J. Styer has moved his bar
ber shop and ice cream parlor into
the postoffice building and is do
ing a triving business this warm
NEWS ITEMS OF
Dr. M, W- Frank, a graduate
of the Palmer school of Chiro
practic is located at tbe Maupin
Hotel and offers to those who Buf
fer, consultation and a correct
analysis or their case free.
The followiug is a partial list of
the diseases which yield under her
scientific chiropractic adjustmdnts
Asthma, Appendicitis, Bronchitis,
Bowel troubles, Constipation, Dia
betes, Dropsy, Deafness, Diarrho
ea, Dyspepsia, Eczema, Goiter,
Gall Stones, Hay Fever, Heart
disease, Insanity, Jaundice, Kid
ney disease, La Grippe, Liver
trouble, Lumbago, Neuralgia,
Nervous Debility, Paralysis, Pneu
monia, PJieumatism, Stomach
trouble, Fevers, Spinal diseases,
Bladder diseases, Female diseases,
Indigestion, etc., etc. M. W.
Frank uses neither knife, drugs or
osteopathy. She invites all who
suffer to come to ber and learn
how to get well.
I will not be responsible after
this date for debts contracted by
my wife, Mrs. Minnie Gray.
pt2 R. 8. Gray.
Mr. and Mrs. G. L.. Harphan
came home Tuesday night after a
two weeks' sttj in Portland.
We wish to announce to the
general publiq that we will have a
stand at Tygh, tbe Fourth and be
ready to serve you in tbe same old
way. G. L. iarphan.
A large number ot local citizens
and surrounding vioinities have
absented themselves from borne
for today and tomorrow to attend
the colt show at Dufur. j
Mr. and Mrs. Griffin and Mr. j
and Mrs. Ball of lone who have
been visiting at the Kaiser home
returned home Wednesday night
accompanied by Miss Winifred
0. B. Derthick has purchased
the Wes Ray property near tbe
spring and stored their household!
goods. They will 'make an ex-,
tended tour by auto sootk
The Dalles ball team won over
Maupin last Sunday on the local
diamond by a score of 4 to 1.
A Straight Tip On The Fuel
And Lumber Situation.
We are in the Grip of the
Worst Shortage the World hss
ever known and getting Wore.
Ninty per eont of all Tuel
Shipments will be made, during
the Summer months, '
Next to Fuel shipments of
"Silo and-Grarier"y material will
have preoe ence over au others'
as ta.dnds to increase the coun
ft' s food supply-
May we su.fr.gejt that you anti
cipate your wants and order your
supplies at once, We will be
pleased to t?'k tne8e matters
over in person- ;
v.uas. Pierce id painfully incon
venienced as the result of a wagon
running over bis foot last week.
"See Peter Kilburg about it'1
tUM-A LUM LUMBER CO.
A Safe Place to Trade
in Drug Store
At Reasonable Prices
PRESCRIPTIONS OUR SPECIALTY
SOME OF THE THINGS THAT CAN DO FOR YOU
BO YOUR NOTARY WORK, " 1
SELL YOUR FARM FOR YOU,
RENT YOU A SAFETY DEPOSIT BOX,
BUY XOUR WHEAT, BARLEY AlfD DATS,
- '. TAKE CARE OF YOUR BANKING BUSINESS.
DO YOUR UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER WORK
GIVE US A TRIAL, WE CAN AND ' wjtLL 1AKZ GOOD
MAUPIN STATE BANK
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