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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (March 29, 1918)
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL 4, NO. 24
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1913
THE YEAR $1.50
nrTri tit tp5
II II Bill
21 IL 11
Horses Not Wanted
Dr. Stovall received a telegram
th!i week stuling that for the pres
ent the order in reversed and the
'Government will not buy hcises.
SENT IN BY OUR
Rev. Jobu G. Hessier, Pastor
Easter services n ill be held at
10 o'clock in which the Sandfly
school will take part. The whole
program for the morning services
will be in connection so come
early. Services in the evening,
Song practice and note reading
Tuesday night. Mrs. Woodcock
f has charge. Prayer meeting Tbnrs
Are you figuring on painting
yeur house or bnrn this Fpjing?
If so, when in Maupin get prices
at the Maupin Drug Store. Only
the best at reasonable prices.
Hi issue finishes another onr
third year correspondents' work
Next week will commence another
which we hope will prove as satis
factory as heretofore. CLecks vvi.l
be mailed the various contributors
in a day or two on the same plan
Clyde Oliver, Elmer Munier and
Geo. Whaite went to Wapinitia
Monday to join Joe GrahauiV
erew that will work in the moun
tains this summer. '
Geo. Woodruff and daughbr
Grace aro vifiting relatives in The
Dulles this week.
Miss Grace Muir of Moro visited
harrows, drag harrows, disc
harrows, wagons, drills,
plows, walking plows,
sulkey plows, gang plows,
plow shares, mole boards
in the Oliver line
W, H. STAATS & CO.
for your wants
Firestone Tires at
We have the following tires that we will
at prices listed below as long as they last
1 " List Discount Selling pli
4 30x3 NS - 115.70 t'3.70 . ! 112.00
2 30x3 12 NS- 19.95 4.95 15.00
1 32x3 1-2 NS 23.60 7 80 15.80
3 32x1 NS ""34.00 8-50 25 50
1 34x4 NS 34.50 8 50 26,00
1 35x4 1-2 NS- 48,60 12,00 . S6 60
136x4 1-2 NS- 49.15 12.00 37 15
her friend Miss M. J. Harper over
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Dabl were
Dalles visitors Monday.
Mrs. R. 1). Hewitt, son Charles
ami infant daughter returned
home last Sunday.
Claud Foster and Win, Si ill well
mads two trips to The Dalles tbe
Dr. Shannon and J. H. Fitzpat
rick Were Maupin callers Sunday.
Judge Bennett of The Dalles
was a business caller here Tuesday
Judge Harper has built an an
nex to his Btore where he will
carry oils and greases for motorists
Ellis Djughton came over from
Juniper Monday and took a load
of wood from here.
Miss Martha Bechen entertain
ed a number of the ladies here
Tuesday night on the subject of
food stuffs, flour and its substi
J. E. Woodcock returned Tues
day after a week's stay in Port
land. Pr'if. Morley and Miss Compton
are arranging a program and play
to bo given Saturday night at the
Mis. N. Sharp and daughter
Mr. and Mr?. W. II,
ivere Tygh visitors today.
K7anB Parriih of Maupin and
M'ss Lou Jones were up from Tygh
'oday, going on out to Smock
uranuma iaiitoro: is improving
from her recent illness.
Housty Johnson went to Maupin
today to get the stage'auto.
Twelve pairs of sock and ten
sweaters were sent from here week
before last, and nine pairs of sockB
three sweaters, nineteen pajauia
suits and twelve night shirts were
sent thin week to The Dalles.
Spring seeding is in full blast.
John Ward has purchased a new
tnactor of the Catipillar typo, and
will proceed Jo farm with it.
A party of U. S. government
surveyors are camped in this
Mrs. Virgil Miyfiold hasbsen'
sick this wetk.
Geo. Oaboine has purchased a
new Chevrolet car recently.
Dr. Shannon was called bore
Tuesday to see Mrs. D. Woodside
who is quite sick.
The play, the Peabody Pew Wi s
given iu the Lewis hall Friday
night by local talentof Pine drove
Mi s Bell, wishing to assist in tte After the plftyi N G He(Ji, g(1Te
Had Cross work and not being able
to sew or knit, have offered their
services to their near nearneiih
bars to wash, iron or do common
housework free of charge to give
the .ptbera an opportunity to do
more Red Cross work. '
"About 250 pounds of clothing
were sent from here last week for
the Red Cross relief work,
Mrs. J, Holt and little eon ar
rived Friday from Tacouia and is
looking after the affairs of her
homestead in Middle!) rook district
It seemed for a while yesterday
a'ternoon that Mr, and Mrs. Bill
Johnson were going to lose their
home by fiie. Mr. Johnson was
burning a pile of dry willow brush
west of the house w hen a strong
wind came up and cairied the fire
to a dead cottonwood tree that
stood near the house. Mr. John
soq placed a ladder to the tree and
Mrs. Johnson aud her cousin, Mrs
Lena Woodcock, carried water to
him, but the fire ran radidly up
the dry bark and soon it wag a
mass of crackling flames. The
little girls were sent hurriedly to
the field to inform the men who
were plowing just over a hill out
of sight of the house, but before
t';e men could get there the roof
of. the house had caught (u o i,r.
several places. A, phone message
to QentraJ far fcelp was responded
m uy p ranK wagui, lamng a car
Um4 of men from town who man
aged to tut the tree down, In the
mean time a number of men had
pome from their farms to assist
and with a bucket brigade the fire
in the roof was extinguished.
While attention was being given
to the 'house, the fire, swept by the
wind was carried to a bed of dr)
rushes and conveyed tu the raij
a Btirring address on the war. A
collection wa3 taken and !f 29 was
received for the Red Cross.
John Lewis was transacting
business in Portland last week.
Marion Huston, Rova Huston
aul Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Huston
of Dufur were visiting at the
home of Frank Huston Sunday.
A dance was given at the Brun
Mtllie and Amy Davidson and
Nellie Holland visited at Criterion
from Friday till Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Langhlin
have moved to their ranch in the
t: 1 tt.-i .. , i i a
Portland Saturday to finish his
school work there.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mayfield
of Smock visited Saturday and
Sunday ( the Lewis home.
Mfs. Maud Hammer is quit.e
sick with measles.
Easter servioes will be observed
at the church Sunday.
Lambing has commenced on the
Abbott sheep ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. James Gray were
over irom mitur last -week visiting
NEW RULING TO
The Food Administration has
announced the following tules gov
erning wheat flour, effective im
mediately: Licensed mills shall not sell or
deliver wheat flour to any individ
ual consumer in towns or eitie in
quanities exceeding 1-4 barrel and I exc,1,in8e for ,leat-
in rural communities 1-2 barrel. flinty administrators
I :u Cream served ut .Styer's Satur.
duy and Sunday.
has will not exced i!0 day supply,
This statement must alo say that
he will not .vll, lend or deliver
outside hid household, nor use
except for human consumption.
If a farmer destributes wheat flour
to his neighbors, mills must nut
anaiii deliver tain nnv (our in
nor more than a "0 day supply for
consumers household, without
written permission from the state
federal food administrator; and
only with an equal amouut of sub
The above rules do not apply to
flour delivered in exchange for
whiat where the farmer brings to
the mill wheat grown by himself,
ground by 1h.it mill. Flour dt-
livered in exchange for wheat
shall not, when added to what the
farmer already has on hand, be
more than enough to giva the
farmer a !!0 diy supply tor his
household at one time.
No miller shall exchange flour
or wheat without substitutes 'un
til receiving written statement
that the wheat was grown on cus
tomer's farm and with what le
to the 80 doy
The ladies of the Home Econoni
ics club at Tygh niet with Miss
Martha Eeclieu Wednesday after
ni o r and listened to an instructive
Jalkon the u?n of wheat substi
tutes and how to cuudle e'gs.
Twenty two ladies were present.
The club will meet again in about
' wo weeks. The exact dale may
'e ascertained from Mrs. Kutheryu
Miss Agnes McShano spfnt the
past week in Maupin packing the
household goods and attending to
business for her sister-in-law, Mrs.
It. W. McShane. Mrs. McShane
and children will spend the sum
mer with relatives in the east.
All Work Guaranteed
Fraiey CSL Vanderpools
All Kinds of Automobile Accessories
First Class Mechanics
Gasoline and Oils
Fire Proof Phone
Cars for Hire
Grover Slusher motored over
from Dufur Tuesday. O. B, Der-
thick is liaving tome improve
ments made on his property pur
chased of Mrs. Emmons.
Ice Cream at Harpbam's Satur
day and Sunday.
Don't forget the big' Dance
fe.ice whicli caught-u bnU ... T ,
.Ve. f,nirlt, ! I Republic Truckt
r c - on io a grove ti
w.lhjws ".Vong the ditch which seut
up huge swirling flames that:
fjr a while threatened destruction J
to, the entire pluce. The greatest!
loss wasthe burning of the fence.
J. H. Woodcock and Lester j
Kelly and families were over from
Maupin Saturday. -
Mrs. Nora Miller and Knsaret
Maupin visitors today. j
A E. Lake and W. E. Woodcock
attended the telephone meeting
today at Maupin. Mrs. Wood-
LEAVE YOUR OKDER FOR THE NEW F ORD
SOME OF THE THINGS THAT WE CAN DO FOR YOU
DO YOUR NOTARY WORK.
SELL 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 WORK.
GIVE US A TRIAL, WE CAN AND WILL MAKE GOOD
MAUPIN STATE BANK