Image provided by: Hood River County Library District; Hood River, OR
About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 25, 1918)
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco Comity
VOL 4, NO, 16
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1913
THE YEAR $1.50
Mo Wkte .-yet'. ..Oftfcieip." Secftaoinis
Camp April At
SENT IN BY OUR
A little cokler weather line pre
vailed here the past few days,
freezing some nights but thawing
out in the daytime. A rpgulur
chinook struck here Tuesday, tak
ing the frost all out of the ground,
Clyde Flint) came dow from the
mills Friday and has been on the
sick list all week.
Binkie Tapp is e In ployed at the
O'Baien home thia week.
Ben' Flinn started to school
A -masquerade dance wa3 given
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Walker Suturday night. A large
crowd was present.
Jack Rice has been laid up the
past few days with a badly swolen
hand, having bruised it to' start
Nellie Holland is greatly,, im
proved this week. She, with her
father and Miss Thompson made
the trip to Tygh Monday to see
Dr. Shonnon. Miss Thompson
remained there and they returned
to the home of Mr. Beviers.
W. A. Dane was down from the
The school gave a basket social
in the hall Friday evening. A
fine program was rendered, after
which the basket, hot coffee and
pies were sold. Over $74 was
netted, which payed for the organ,
G. W. Vanderpool
All Kinds of Automobile Accessories
Gasoline and Oils
Fire Proof Phone
A CAR OF
" in 3, '31-4, 31-2
If in. need of a wagon now
is the time to buy as wag
ons will be scarce and
higher later in the season
Also 3 1-4, 31-2 Mitchell
Wagons in stock
also several pieturps for the sc hool
will he framed, and sonio other
things done which will help to
standardize the school.
J. I.. West butchered a fine Let f
the first of the week.
The two youngest children of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Richardson
tin ire been Bjek the past week.
Ora Maynard has purchased
Bill Maynard's Overland.
Frank Hustin left here lor Hep
ner last week,
Al Daniels has received his new
woodsaw and will be emiloyed
this winter cutting w od at his
ranch on Sunflower Fiat.
John Piette, an Indian, also has
a new woodsaw,
Pete Olsen came over ficrn
Joe Graham cut his hand quite
badly Monday. Pearl Evick took
him to Tygh and Dr. Shannon
Calvin McCorkle and Archie
Tapp went to The Dalles today,
Wednesday, to attend the patriotic
Wapinitia Commercial Club will
meet at John Lewis' hall, Wapini
tia, Oregon, the first Saturday in
Jess Cox has purchased a hand
feed shingle mill. He will install
the same in the spring.
Clyde Flinn returned home Fri
day, with the mumps. He's got
the swell head.
The question of road supervisor
was up at the meeting hut the
W- C. Vauderpool
Cars for Hire
time did not allow for a thorough
consideration of the work. Th
nailing of Jackson nice and I.u
Kelly were considered.
It was a sight good to seethe
citizens of Wapinitia digging
ditches and laying culverts in the
Mrs. D. Sharpe is improving
slowly from the lagrippe.
Mi1'. Ducn is also repoitedbet-
N. G. Hediu's sawmill is still
running. The lumber is a good
The graveling of White river
grain will resume as soon as
Mrs. 0. Foster who has Leen
seriously ill wdlh heart trouble is
sonio better at this writing.
M. M. Morris, R. 0. Weisbeek
and Win. Kiekerson wi ra rrood
roads boosters in Maupin Monday.
Highway Engineer Elliot stop
ped over here to inspect the
Butler canyon fill before going to
the road meeting in Maupin Mon
day. J, H. Filzpatriek is attending
to business at the county seat this
Don't forget the entertainment
at the hall February 2nd for the lit?
benefit of the Red Cross.
One central aad that one cen
trally located, a surplus fund for
maintenance of the line.t, a charge
for each phone sufficient for-expense
of operator, maintenance
and incidental expenses is the
only solution to the telephone
controversy, then yon tau expect
service and got it, but not bef. r .
In union there is strength,
C. V. Wing and Win. Stillwell
w;: re county seat callers the past
. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Morris of
Juniper Flat spent Sunday with
Roy Morris of Portland was
h.ire the past week and took bis
little daughter back with him,
The Mansene-Cenlre Ridge Come
dy company put on a two-hour
entertainment in the I. 0. 0. F.
hall here Friday evening which
was patronize! by a good lized
audience. Proceeds go to the
building of a Grange hall at
Nanseno. : - "
Announcement was given that
Maupin Hifeh School would put ( n
a play h'ere February 2nd, pro
c.eeils to go to the Red Cross fund
Mr, and Mrs. F. G. Butler, Miss
Komi and Mr. and Mrs. Kellogg
of Maupin attended the entertain
ment hero Friday evening.
Judge. Harper and Claud Harl
spent Sunday at Whispering Pines
Rn's. Law'son and Sample of
Gateway pre here holding meet
ings a,t Smook this week; I
j Willis Farlow. made a business!
trip to Maupin Friday. j
i A telephone meeting was held'
'at the Smock church Friday. !
I Sum Bennett of Tygh Valley:
was visiting W. J. Farlow's Satur-'.
day. " .
' T- J. Whitcomb and family re-;
turned home from their trip to
Wilbur Mulvany went to Shornr
Saturday for Freight.
F. E,: Spoor madu a business
trip to Maupin and elsewhere to
be gone a couple days.
The Smock people arc working
on the uppi-r White River bridge
which washed but some time ago.
Mrs. Bessie Gesh has been visit
ing her mother this week.
Fred Bichsol made a business
trip to Maupin Monday.
Mrs. Largo left Wednesday for
Mrs. J, G. Tunison relumed
home from CoivallH and Portland
Mrs. Emma Morrow and daughter
Mabel coming home with her.
II. C. Mai tin of Berkley, Cali
fornia, is visiting his s i.-tt-r, Mrs.
Tuniron. They were passengers
Tuesday South function to visit
L. B, Haines and family.
The high water at the electric
plant washed out the graten and
men are repairing the same.
L. B. Haines of Section 9 ha',
been very busy repairing the
damage on his section due to thd
derailment of trains 35 and COO
about two weeks -ago, caused
brake beaimcomir." down.
"An' the Cobb! o-uns '11 git you
W. li. DURHAM
Jeweler and Watchmaker
All Work Guaranteed
Furniture, Stoves, Ranges,
Carpets and Rugs - Clothing'
Suits for Ladies and Gentlemen
$15 and up
Come to ray office and let me show you
how l ean sell better merchandise than
the catalog houses for less money. '
Office, Second Floor First National Bank Bldg
The Dalles. Oregon
SOME OF THE
DO YOUR NOTARY WORK,
GIVE US A
Ef you don't watch out." A
baker in Macksvil'e, Kan., turned
down l'.od Cross solicitors in a
chilly manner and with harsh
words. "Within a week," says
Capper's Weekly, "a spontaneous
boyett among the women had nut
him out of bup'n?s. He prolest
ed at great 'length through the
local paper that he was loyal, but
to no effect. Which, in the opin
ion of the Toronto Republican, is
further evidence that the hand
which rocks the cradle also carries
rocks for Mr. Boche."
) ;. John G. Messier, Pastor
Ssf vices at 11 a. ni. and 7:30 p.
m. every Ijimdiiy, S. S. nj 10
o'clock; prayermeeting on Thurs
The general public are cordially
invited to all these services. Should
you desire the pastor to call, drop
him a line to Maupin.
Apparently no attention has
been paid to the warning in tho
latt isue of this paper in regard
to allowing hogs "to run "the streets
of Maupin, so if they aro not taken
care of I will shut them up and
Iho owners will have to pay the
costs. W. II. Staats.
fjaw nor- cas nasg e"
YOUR ORDER FOR THE NEW
SEU YOUR. FARM FOR YOU,
RENT YOU A SAFETY DEPOSIT BOX,
BUY YOUR WHEAT, BARLEY AND OATS,
TAKE CARE OF YOUR BANKING BUSINESS
DO YOUR, UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER
TRIAL, WE CAN
NEWS ITEMS OF
Red Cross Benefit
The pupils of the Maupin High
School will give the play, "Bread
on the Waters" in the I. 0. 0. F.
hall at Tygh Valley, February 2,
1913. The proceeds of the enter-1
(ainment will go for the Red Cross
The play was rendered here a
couple weeks ago and pronounced
.i 8uccc9 by a goodly crowd.
Ben Cook came down from
Crooked river Friday and visited
at the home of his sister, Mrs, R.
Job nson. Before returning Mon
day he purchased the drug store
building of Dr. Elwood.
Prof, and Mrs. Reiber of Port
land arriyed Sunday evening and
have been conducting meetings in
Donaldson's hall evenings with
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Evick were
callers from Wapinitia yesterday.
They will sell their household goods
tomorrow and hereafter make The
Dalles their residence. Mr. Evick
recently disposed of his store after
being 18 years in business.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Flanagan
returned Wednesday evening from
a trip to Seattle and Bremerton,
Wn to see their son, but his ship
left for San Francisco sooner than
was expected and they arrived too
Eastman Kodaks and Kodak
supplies, Maupin Drug Store.
Mrs. II. F. Woodcock of The
Dalles is here this week viaiting
ber son, J. R. Woodcock and
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Kellogg
and John Stovall started to the
big session .at The Dalies this
week, but concluded their journey
about a mile beyond Tygh when a
rear axle came apart
Mrs. E. J, Fischer arrived home
Wednesday night from Portland,
where she has been having her
eyes treated and is somewhat im
proved. Fred Hood is suffering an attack
WE CAN DO FOR YOU