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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 11, 1918)
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Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL 4, NO. 14
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY, JANUARY m7m3
THE YEAR $1.50
SENT IN 8! OUR
D, L. Butheri'ord's are moving
to the McCleoud ranch near Kings
y which they expect to run while
her brother is away in the army.
The farmers of Criterion enjnyeil
a good dinner and program at the
school house Saturday.
Henry Kramer and family have
returned from Vancouver where
they spent the holidays.
Peter Kirsch and sou are both
improving after suffering a cold
Anyone wishing to g .'t in con
nection with a fine farmer's union
call the secretary of the Criterion
local, J. E. Miller.
The Criterion Telephone com
pany is starting the year with
money in the treasury and every
one wondering how they could gel I
along without a phone,
. It begins to look like most of
the fellows who were wondering
how .they would get through the
winter would have to begin to fig
ure what thry would do with theii
II, A. Midler's farm residence
near Sberar was totally destroyed
by fire about ten o'clock yesterday
morning, together with all house
hold effects. How it started or
further particulars we have not
G. W. Vanderponl
All Kinds of Automobile Accessories.
Gasoline and Oils
Fire Proof " Phone
Wedding bells have liwn ring
ing In this vicinity the past week
but we have not been able to get
tho required information so will
have to wait till next week.
California hasn't, got any thin?
on Oregon in the balmy wealhei
line this winter.
Wm, Nicker?on and family am
L. C. Pitcher were M'Uipin ealltrs
J. 0. Thompson is looking afur
business interesta in Redmond tl e
past two weks.
Mrs. Midler was moved from hei
home to the hotel for medica
treatment and is under the direr
tions of Dr, Shannon.
The kiddies who got sleds foi
Xinns are looking the ambient oi
them all, but cheer up it mat
Tlie young people of the vicit.il '
spent a pleasant Sunday evenin;
with MUs Slakrly,
Judge Harper returned Sunda
from a business trip in The Dall. :
Mr, and Mrs. Morris were visit
ing in The Dalles Maturday.
The graveling of White rii'e
grade is progressing satisfactorily
and will be a great improvement
M. M. Morris has installed one
of the famous 'lour .speeds' on hit
Ford and says it is very satisfact
ory. Mrs. Claud Foster was taken
seriously ill with heart troubh
last week, but id improved at this
Mrs. A. M, Young is visiting ai
Moro this week.
Y. C. Vauderpoo'
Cars for Hire
Still the good weather continues;
jrass and grain are growing fine.
Jld timers say 'there never was
-aieh a warm winter in the history
f this sectiog.
1). Wright came out from the
mountains Saturday and repotted
scarcely any snow; none at Clacka
mas Lake, Clear Lake or Govern
nent Camp, that the grass is
growing there. Joe Graham spent
ieveral days last week in the
Ben and Alia Richardson arriv
al here from IWid Monday.
Frank Hatty was a Maupin vis
K. A. Ifarlman is kept
these (Jays Idling out the
tionnries and exemptions. '
Sidney Wilson arrived home
Sunday morning from Camp Lewis
ind remained till Monday night.
Bill Mayuard and Chas. lliee
.amo out from The Dalles the
ast of the week and moved into
he Shields house.
The school children are again
nijoying their hot soups each day
vhioh is served to all children
who bring their lunches. The
io iking is done by the high school
;irls under the supervision of their
teacher, Mrs. Bigbee. About 8,")
ire being served every day and
lave been for the last six weeks.
The Red Cross here n ;w has
ibout -1") members,' 'Grandun'
Peterson has tho distinction of
oeing the oldest member here, she
aing 75 years old' and is very
vitive, Little Arlie Gable is the
youngest member, being about
I 1-2 years old. The society fin
ished, up their first assignment of
vork Friday and, shipped over 100
,)illow slips, ol sheets, 2.'!8 hand.
ierehiefs, and one knitted sweater
'eitl;s numerous packages of ma
terial tor bamlaKes.
The school has received 107 of
the 150 supplementary books on
English, History, etc., ordered
ind a set oi tho New Internationa!
I'incylnpedia for the high school
Dr. El wood to Go
Dr. Klwnnd has been commis
iioned First Lieutenant in the lT.
S. Army and expects to leave soon
to take up ol'ieiil duties, Dr. El
ivood has pioneered the Southern
pari of Wasco since the time
vben in order to reach many cee
lions it was necessary Iq travel on
horseback, which bo has many
times done on mU-doii.s of mercy,
in the severest winter weather.
His many friends regret his de
parture from Maupin, but wish
him a favorable Clod speed.
Red Cross Meet
A Pied Cross meeting was held
at the home of Mrs. Anderson
Saturday when twenty of the
ladies of Maupin m?, ajidmade'
preli unary arrangements for or
nuizatioii. The Priecilla Club!
.vas voted into the ?fic;?iy. An
other meeting convened Wednes
lay when some work wa3 d HiC
nid tea and sandwiches servo-:).
have erect.? J a
tipn ever their
handsome ch etric
jg isolino tank.
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Chester Brittian and Celia Flinn
were married in The Dalles iast
Friday, January 4, by Rev. M. H.
Staines. They left immediately
for Portland and will visit for a
short time before returning. Mr.
Erittain is a resident of the Wamic
country. Miag Flinn has resided
here all her life.
Miss Hazel Britton and Miss
Katherine Spath whose weddings
were announced last Week are pop
ular young women of this place,
the former beim; a daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Orange Britton and
has spent her entire life here,
husband Raymond Doering, is a
Tygh Valley man and, their many
friends congratulate them on
the happy event of their marriage.
Mis Spath is also a native of this
place, leaving here last Fall for
The Dalles, where she made her
home. Her many friends here
wish her a happy future.
Carl A. Shearer :md Miss Katli.
urine Spath of The Da Hog received
the first marriage permit issued in
Wasco county this year.
Arthur M. Mink of Lane, Idaho
and Miss Ellen May 'Miller of
Tygh Valley were united in mar
riage Wednesday night at the
home, of Mr. and Mrs. F, E. Phil
lips. Chron., ,an. I.
This ofiiee received a letter this
week from Mrs. Lock, who now is
a resident of Portland, stating that
they had consulled a physician
who is a bone specialist, for Helen,
and that after using the X ray on
her they pronounced her ailment
to be tubercolosis of tho spine,
three of the vertebras being entire
ly gone and she also has a small
tumor on the spine. She is com
pelled to be sewed info a frame
'Oily allowing her the ti-c of her
arm", kee'iinir her in that, position
for six months
Tr-mT d-Iti 'Jiaipete and Rug's - Clothing'
win enclose ner in a piaster pans
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cast for some lime. Thephy-iieian
gives them hopes that afler this
treatment she may regain the use
of her limbs.
Call at this office for flower and
vegetable seeds, compliments oi
Congressman N. G. Sin noil.
some of the:
DO YOUR UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER WORK. 1
GIVE US A TRIAL, WE CAM AND WILL MAK.F, GOOD
MAUPSN STATE BANK
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U. S. Guards Wanted
There is being organized . a
United States Guard. National
Army, whose duty will be to pro
tect government interests in thi-
country, It will also be used in
carrying out the provisions of the
President's proclamation pertain
ing to alien enemies. Where it is
practicable, men enlisted for Ill's
branch of service will be placed on
duty in the vicinity of their homes.
As this force is, designated for
immediate use and not for training,
men who served in the Spanish
American war, the Boxer, Phillip
pine and Mexican Border cam
paigns in the Army, Nayy, Marine
Corps or Militia are particularly
desired. .Though any man be
tween the ages of 18 and 21 and
Kl and -10 who can pass the re
quired physical examination is
acceptable. Pay. allowances rat
ing etc. are the same as Infantry
and Regular Army. The period
of enlistment is for the duration
of the war only. Men wiehimi
to serve (heir country in a mili
tary capacity yet are reluctant to
go as lighters to Europe now have
an opportunity to join the I'nited
V.. L. French. Sergt. U. S.
Batteries on the '
them to Shattuck
Bros, for re-
. H.. DUPHAM -
eweler and Watchmaker
A! 1 Wo rll
Furniture, oioves, Ranges,
v Suits for Ladies and Gentlemen
$15 and tap
Ccr.ie tq my office and let me show you
how I can sell better merchandise than
the catalog houses for less money.
Office, Second Floor First National Bank Eldg
The Dalles, Oregon
YOUH GXDF.a FOK THE NF.W
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things that we can do for you
DO YOUR N0TARV WORK,
SELL YOUR FARM FOR YOU,
RENT YOU A SAFETY DEPOSIT FOX,
BUY YOUR WHEAT, PARLEY AND OATS,
TAKE ('ARE OF YOUR RANKING BUSINESS,
Iuformation has just been re
ceived' at the oflico of county chair
man of the State Council of De
fence that Major F.. B. Edward
Lieutenant - Colonel MacMilliun
and Captain K. J. Cook, with two
military orderlies, will arrive in
Tho Dalles on No. 18, Wednesday
January 23, at 12:45. These three
men are wounded Canadian offic
ers who are returning from the
battle front in Europe. They are
now traveling over the United
States under the direction of the
National Council of Defence for
the purpose of giving the people,
lirst hand information in regard
to the war, Bruce Dennis, direc
tor of tho work, advises that the
message which these men bring i9
of vital importance to the farming
section of the qountry. It is de
sired that all farmers who can,
mako a special effort to attend this
meeting. The exact time and
place of the meeting will he an
nounced a' little later, but will be
held on the date mentioned, Wed.
nesday, January 215.
A Bank stockholder's meeting
was held here yesterday.
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