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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (April 19, 1918)
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
MAUP1N -SOUTHFRN WASCO COUNTY. OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL J 9, 1918
THE YEAR $1.50
VOL 4, NO. 27
Discontinued .SENT IN BY OUR
The exchange between M .upin
and the Tygh Valley switchboard
will he discontinued on and afler
May 1, 1919, by order of the presi
dent of Tygh Valley switchboard
and Maupin switchboard..
O. B. Derlhhk, Mgr.
E. J. Fischer of Maupin, pn??ed
Monday in The Dalles. . Claud
Foster of Tygh Vaily spent today
in this city attending to legal af
f.irs. Chronicle l('-lh.
Y apinitia Items
Sliil the cold winds continue.
Sam Brawns are moving into
the Walters house on the J. I.
Ve-t farm this week, and V. 0.
Wilson's are moving into the
The entertainment "it the Lewis
W. li. DURHAM
Jeweler and Watchmaker
All Work Guaranteed
. . , . - -
harrows, drag harrows, disc
harrows, wagons, drills,
plows, walking plows,
sulkey plo Ws, gang plows,
plow shares, mole boards
in the Oliver line
. H. ST A ATS & CO.
for your wants
Don't send your battery
away and wait a weeK
or ten days when
we can charge
here in one
hall Saturday night was yery well
attended and very interesting.
The girls were all dressed as Indi
ainaidsor in regular frontier
style. , The play, .'.Getting it Set
tled'' was well acted by home til
ent and enjoyed by all. About
$33 was realized from the sale of
the girls' baskets.
Mrs. ollie Weberg celebrated
her son Leonard's birthday Sun
day by inviting the Pine Grove S.
S. and a number from this place
to their home for lunch and about
56 responded to the invitation and
partook of the sumptious spread
prepared by Mrs. Weberg. All
report a splendid time and wish
him many returns sf the day.
Mr. and Mrs. Dee Woodsk'e
went to The Dalles Wednesday,
Mrs. D. remaining ae the hospital
for medical aid.
It is reportol that Grandpa
Evick is very sick at The Dalle9
II. N. D.klge recdiyed word
from his. son Ernest who ia 'over
there' that he is now fighting iri
Wamic News .
Dr, Shannon of Tygh made a
number of visits here the former
part of last week, attending Mr??
Frarikie Palmateer who has been
seriously ill. Dr. Dodds was cal'-
e I from Dufur Tuesday to confer
with Dr. Shannon,
Miss Pearl Thompson who mus
ed Mrs, F. Pulmateer returned to
her home Friday, Mr Palmateer
being much improved in health.
Joe Douglas of Estacada and
Mrs, May Stockton of Gresham
arrived Wednesday, being railed
here by the illness of their molbi r
Mrs. F. Palmateer. Grant Doug
1 s came Thursday from Hood
her household furniture to that
place, having purchased a houe
and lot in the town. Dick Palma
teer took her furniture to Sherar
Mack Palmateer went to Sherar
Monday, taking Mrs. Nora Miller
aad sons- George and Fred 1 o
went on to Dee where Henry Mill
er is employed in a saw mill as
Geo. No'de, a former resident of
this place died in Tacoma a week
ago Sunday, of
ing sick only i
Noble won many warm friends
while here who are saddened by
his death. He was the fatheof
Mrs. Nora Miller of this place.
John and Tom Kinworthy and
their wives arrived here Mondi y
from Ballston to see their sister,
Mrs. Frankie Palmateer. Another
brother, Mack Kinworthy from
Friend visited her last week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Johnson
PO Q 110 Govt., B Poitland, Ore
'. ' April 15, 1913
Liberty Loan Board, Maupin, Ore
We wish to .apolog'ze for mis
understanding regaiding Maupin
, . . . . subscriptions and to tender you
few hours. Mr
All those who have signed their
names for the Maupin Home'
Guard are requested to 1 in
Maupin next Saturday the 27th at
2 o'clock by order of Sheriff Chris
man and Clerk L. B. Fox.
L b rty Loan Board,
Oregon first! Our great state
and the neorle of vour eonimunil v b is el a pace for the nation. You
most heaity congraltil itions frr and the people of your district
tht splendid work which you have
done. The figures respecting yonr
have done splendid work in the
whirlwind drive which has again
iicnievement is too Dig ana our
motive too high to permit of any
subscriptions have now been prop- a vept us over the top. Our
eely tabulated and show that the
Maupin district has subscribe 1
155 5 percent of its quota. Tl: a nersonal commendation, but I can
places the Maupin district in the not refrain at this time from giv
forefront of the honor towns of the jug some expression of my (feep
state and I have telegraphed the appreciation for the remarkable
Federal Reserve Bank at San Fran
went to The Dalles Sunday, tut-!" w """",u w uiB "e" cu'"'
eu nonor nag
ing their little daughter Hazel for
A number of the citizens of thi3
place went to Tygh Sunday wheie
acarmer's meeting was held for
the purpose of purchasing grain
Assistant Executive Manager
Portland, Oregon, April 16',
howing which you have made.
Please accept my hearty con
gratulation. Yours tiuly,
Assistant Executive Manager,
Liberty Loan State Central com
mittee of Oregon.
Kiyer returning Saturday. San.
mie reached here Saturday even
ing, returning to his army post in
Mrs. Leora Doty, her little
daughter, Fern Douglas, and her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hen
dricks camo out from The Dalles
Saturday io visit Mrj. Palmi teer.
Mrs. Doty was formerly Mrs. Steph
J. E. Kennedy went to The
Dalles Thursday, taking Mrs.
Kennedy and daughter Lucile who
went on to Portland. Mrs. Neva
Driver has charge of the hoiiBe
work in the absence of Mrs. Ken
Several sfiowers of rain fell 1 e e
the middle of last week. Ccol
weather and gusts of wind followeu
J. T. Harper was here from
Tygh Wednesday. '
Miss Maggie Creasy of Portland
is visiting Mrs. Mary Beaty.
Andy Bails who has been con
fined to his bed the past week with
lagrippe is able to be up.
Little Val, sou of Mr. and Mrs.
Dun Miller is recovering from a
Paull Iilingsworth has gone into
the dair business, having purchaf
ed eight head of milk cows.
Mr. and Mr. J. B. McMurray
received a telephone meagre Sat
urday from The Dalles that their
grandinghter, Mia Stella Ilowan
I was seriously ill with an attack of
j The lied Cross worker? are nuk
4ng pojama suits, ' Several women
.. Dick Palmateer make a trip to
the bridge Saturday, bringing a
load of freight for A. E. Lake.
Two car load. of people canei
lrom The Dalles Sunday, spending
'the day on Badger creek.
Mrs, Mary Gi sin left Monday
tor ToppenUh, Wn., after fpend
in ' six weeks here. She moved
Judge Harper and W. 11. Mc
Atee were attending to business
matters at the county seat Thurs
day. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Doering
of Portland are visiting relatives
here this week.
Tygh has gone over the top in j
the Third Liberty Loan by a good
percentage and there is still more
t ) swell tho total. . j
Chas. Van Uuyn was a business
caller at the county seat Tuesday
and Wednesday, J
N, II. Hawk is looking after in
tereMts at Cuscade Locks this week
John Burlingame who has spent
the winter at 'Tygh has moved
back to his homestead on Smock.
K. L. Hauser relumed froni his
John Day ranch Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. Woodruff
were Maupin visitors Thursday.
Judge Harper and W. II. Mc
Atee attended the get-together
democratic meeting in The Dalles
K. G. Weisbeck left for Sandy,
Ore., Wednesday to work in the
Government forests this summer.
'it Pays to Pay Cash at Jory'a
-: R. C. Jory
F. M. Jory
full line of
Fancy and Staple Groceries
'It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory'i"
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Harpham,
Mrs. Anderson and Mr. and Mrr.
Cowdell returned from the Warm
Springs Wednesday well coated
with tan. Vioiet Miiler and Nell
Harpham took the night train to
Mecca and relumed with them.
Fraley EL Vanderpools
Maupin Garage and Blacksmithing
All Hinds of Automobile Accessories
First Class Mechanics
The Maupin High school will j
become a standard 4-year school
next year, the only one in this end
of the county, . I
Gasoline and Oils
Fire Proof Phone
Cars for Hire
LEAVE VOUR ORDER FOR THE NEW FORD
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