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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 18, 1918)
VOL.4, NO. 15
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Mr. and Mrs. Kellar left Tues
day for a visit in Portland,
A. L, Daniels U down from his
homestead helping Ora Maynard
on a large cistern which he is dig
ging. Bill Maynard and Mr.
Cline are also working on it.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Ijiiltain
came over from Waniic Saturday
visiting at the Flinn home till
Sunday evening. They spent sev
eral days in Portland since then
marriage and returned to Wamie
Tuesday where they will make
their home at present.
Things are booming atthe new
Iledin sawmill in McCnbbin'e
gulch under the management of
W. A. Dane, they having out the
material' and built a new cook
house, barn, covored the mill and
have out some bridge timbers.
(J. E. Wood is out this week
canvasing the community for Red
A fine new organ has been in
stalled in our school hero by Mrs.
'Higbee and a basket social will be
given in the hall Friday night,
proceeds will go to help pay on it,
Mrs. Jake Tusehner and chil
dren returned Sunday evening
from a month's visit in Portland
Nellie Ilolhn 1 took very sick
suddenly last Thursday night.
G. W. Vanderpool
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' First Class
Gasoline and Oils
Fire Proof Phone
Or. .Shannon was . immediately
called and pronounced her illness
tubnclnr niennigittis, and she has
bean very luw since, although
somewhat improved today, Toes
day. Mis 3 Pearl Thompson, u
nurse from Tygh Valley is caring
for her, Her father, Henry Hol
land tirriyed Friday from aerop?
ihe liver and is staying with her.
Word has been received from
Arthur Rice that he is now in
John Lewi?, onr new merchant
here, has been quite unfoiluuaU
as his first shipment of good. he
had ordered from PorlLnd was in
a wreck on the railroad and wat
almott all ruined.
A. brother of V. 0. Wibon
from Nebraska is vi'dting at ihi
Mrs. Mary Pochette is visiting
relatives in Seattle this winter,
A few weeks ago a phntngrapliei
was over this section taking views
of farm houses, fields, etc. . lie
explained to enquirers that he was
taking views for an art company
and would be back in the near
future with proofs. Some days
ago word was circulated that
was German spies gathering in
formation and much uneasiness
was felt, but Tuesday, John Wil
liams of Man pi n was taking a
man over the country showing the
pictures that were taken also tak
ing orders for enlarged ones, so
perhaps all will feel better about
Mrs, Geo. Clayniiro has been
quite &iek all the past week.
Mrs. Ine-9 Hustin who has been
staying with her aunt Mrs. xon
V. C. Vanderpool
Cars for Hire
to the Interests
SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY. JANUARY i8, 1913
sir Sdtiini m Tkfdes off Sir Stems
returned to her home at Dufur
Mary Bowen is staying at the
home of Mrs. Bebee this week and
Mrs. Juhn Lewis is on the s:ck
list this week,
Willie Magill caught a saney
mink in a trap in his hen house
t week ago after it had killed ten
d his fat hena.
Mrs. Annie Remington of Baker
is spending the winter with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Magill
Mrs. Willis Noivel surprised her
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iay evening, i.y giving a caul
party to their young friends. The
ame of Five Hundred was enjoy-'
f-d by about thirty guests. Mrs.'
Laura Kurlingame assisted the
hostess in entertaining.
Lewie McCoy of Frieda was a
visitor here Monday and Tuesday.
Mr, and Mrs. J. E. Kennedy
and P, 13. Driver made a ti in to
The Dalles Monday, returning
A charivari parly celebrated the
wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Chester
Britton at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Orange Britfon Wednesday
night. After the noisy crowd
were invited in the house and
while they were enjoying the
"treat" another party from Tigh
gave a chorus of tin music and
bell harmonies. Congratulations
followed anil ninny happy wishes
were bestowed on the newly mar
ried couple who are pnpnhTV young
people of this place tnd Juniper
Some Frost and ice have been
the order of tho weather part of
the past week,
Frank Magill while on the Hock
creek grade with a team and hack
had one wheel demolished by a
loose horse falling and golling
entangled in the wheel. J. E.
Kennedy wan driving a band of
horses' from his Smock ranch and
one oi me animals slipped and
foil while passing the vehicle in a
narrow place. Mr. Magill had to
return home and get his auto
to finish his rural delivery.
Geo. Led ford, John Ayres and
Fred Biehs?l were , a delegation
from Smock who met with the
citizens here Saturday, forming a
company to build a telephone line
from this place to Maupin. An
other meeting will be held two
weeks later to make definite ar
rangements. A committee con
sisting of C. S. McCorkle, F, A.
Morrow, George Magill, Tom
Woodcock and -John Ayres will
cunvas3 the communities to raise
funds for the work.
Grant Lcdford's youngest child
isrpiite iek with pneumonia.
About twenty-five women here
are now knitting for the Red Cross
Mrs. Mary Beaty Jias completed
live sweaters and is making anoth
er one. Fourteen sweaters have!
already been sent to The Dallesj
chapter of the Red Cross. - Many
are knitting sacks and wristlets
are being made by some of the
young girls. Mrs. Mary Pratt
and Mrs. FfTie McCorkle are re
ceiving and distributing the yarns".
Andy Bails says he i3 doing his
' bit" in the pregress of the war
by duing the cooking and dish
of Southern Wasco County
washing while his mother, Mrs.
Mary Beaty, is knitting for the
A boy baby was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Rodger Whaite on tho
L'Oth of last month.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Eubanks of
Juniper Flat were guests over
night at the T. McMurry home
mi :. . i 1 , i .
inis piace iaiieu to get any
mail Saturday night on account of
a elide on the track delaying the
Apparently no attention has
j been paid to t he warning in the
issue of this
paper in regard
to allowing hogs to run the streets
of Manpin, so if they are not taken
care of I will shut them .up and
the ownei'3 will have to pay the
costs. V. II. Staats.
Rev. John G. H easier, Pastor
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.
m. every Sunday, S. S. at 10
o'clock; prayermeeting nu Thurs
The general public are cordially
invited to all these services, Should
yoivdesire the pastor to call, drop
him a line to Maupin,
W. H. Staats is in Portland
buying farm machinery.
Jeweler and Watchmaker
All Work Guaranteed
Furniture, vStoves, Ranges,
Carpets and Rugs - Clothing'
Suits for Ladies and Gentlemen
$15 and up
Come, to my office and let me show you
hgw I can sell better merchandise tlan
the catalog houses for less money.
Office, Second Floor First National Bank Bldg
The Dalles. Oregon
.DO YOUR NOTARY WORK,
SELL YOUR FARM FOR YOU,
RENT YOU A SAFETY DEPDSIT BOX,
BUY YOUR WHEAT, BARLEY AND OATS,
TAKE CARE OF YOUR BANKING BUSINESS.
DO YOUR UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER WORK.
GIVE US A TRIAL, WE CAN AND WILL MAKE GOOD
MAUPIN STATE BANK
Here is a square, honest prop
osition. II you have a had cold
or Lagrippe, go to the Maupin
Drug Store and get a 25 cent
box of Stovall's Cold Tablets and a
75 cent bottle of bis White Pine
Compound Codliver Extract with
Menthol. If this docsj not effect
a cure, you can come in and get
your dollar back. Dont growl
about colds and Lagrippe when
you can get a guaranteed remedy
for one dollar.
Prof. Eeiber, ho recently con
ducted a series of Bible lectures to
appreciative audiences at Tygh
Valley is here and plans to speak
in Donaldson's hall Sunday night.
Poitland Painless Dentist, 305
Second St., The Dalles, Ore. Por.
land prices. Phone Main 8881. W.
T. Slatten, D. D. S. , proprietor.
Several ladies of the Rod Cross
cleaned house at the Odd Fellows'
hall Monday. The local. chapter
convene in the hall Wednesday
afternoons. Fourteen were pres
ent at the last meeting and worked
on towels and pillow slips.
T. E. Morgensen reports im
provement made recently in the
form of a danger sign at the sharp
curve between Tygh Valley and
The local postofliee for which
Nfrs. Cninlield is now commission
ed officer, has been undergoing
renovating and rearranging this
week as time between mails per
YOUR OKDER FOR THE NEJV
THINGS THAT WE CAN DO FOR YOU
THE YEAR $1.50
Great preparations are being
made on the part of citizens in
every part of Wasco county to
make the patriotic rally to be
held in The Dalles on Wednesday,
January 23, the greatest event
Wasco county has ever known.
J, T. Roric, president of The
Dalles Chamber of Commerce; W.
A. Hunter, mayor; F. S. Gunning
county judge; F. W. Wilson, cir
cuit judge; and J. B. Kirk, chair.
man of The Dalles public school
boards, have been appointed a
reception committee to go down to
Hood River on Wednesday, Janu
ary 23, and meet the Canadian
war heroes who are novf-'toJring
Oregon under the auspices "of the
State Council of Defence.
The business houses and schools
of The Dalles will be closed from
12:80 to 1:30 in order tBat every
citizen of the town, old and young
may be able to participate in the
demonstration to be given at the
depot upon the arrival of these ,
patriots. The Dalles anticipates
the gathering of three thousand,
people on that occasion. The
Dalles Bond and Dufur High
School Band nre expected to par
ticipate in this demonstration.
To accommodate out-of-town
people who cannot attend the
night meeting will be held in the
auditorium of The Dalles high,
school at 2 o'clock. .An overflow
meeting will he held in the Chris
tian church. This will insure
every person who comes the op
portunity to hear these men speak
At the afternoon meoting the
seals of honor on the platform will
be occupied by the Honor Guard
girls; in the evening the parents
whoBe sons or daughters' are en
listed in the service will have the
seats of honor.
This is the opportunity for
Wasco county to show its patriot
ism, Every person who lOveg
"Uncle Sam,'' and especially
those who have relatives in the
service, should by all means at
tend these meetings and hear the
true story of the death struggle
now beiug waged in Europe. A
little indifference on the part of
America will result in the West
ern front being transferred to the
Atlantic Coast, Let Wasco coun
ty lead in an effort to prevent
this. Let every patriot do his