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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (June 7, 1918)
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Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco Counts
VOL 4, NO. 34
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY. JUNE 7, "5
SENT IN BY OUR
The magnificent work in Maupin
and vicinity during the Second
Red Cross War Fund Drive, just
closed, speaks well for loyally,
ability and enthusiasm for this
worthy cause. The results of the
- drive are as follows:
Subscriptions $ 747.95
Proceeds from dance, sup
per and sales 855.17
Total receipts $1113.12
Cash paid to Shattuck Bros
for hall rent for dance
after school show 10.10
Net proceed $1103.12
The quota for Maupin was $300
making us over the top with
$303 12 We wish to take this
means of thanking the band, G.
L. Harphams and all who donated
and helped in making this excel
Red Cross Committee.
Rev. John G. Hessler, Pastor
Services are being held nightly
in the tent and if the weather is
favorable will be held there over
Sunday. Rev, D. M. Higbee from
Madras and other ministers are
expected to be present, Meetings
continue over next week.
Sidney Wilson and wife arrived
here from Camp Lewis Tuesday
morning. Mr. Wilson has a ten
Binkie Tapp has enlisted and
will go to Portland and enlist at a
Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Staines
and family came out, from The
Dalles Wednesday for a few dayb'
vixit with friends.
Dr. Shannon was called Sunday
to see Bonnie Flinn who is quite
sick will) pneumonia,
A little daughter was born
Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. Jim
J. II. Keep is having a truck
make daily trips from his mill to
Maupin, hauling out scrap iron to
ship to Portland.
. Mose Delore has purchased a
Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Flinn made
a trip to Tvgh Thursday. Mrs.
Chester Briltain returned home
with them and will remain with
them for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Osborne started
for The Dalles Thursday to attend
the circus, but their car broke
down on the wav
Work has commenced on the
three telephone lines in this vicini
ty and in a few days we will be
saying 'Hello Maupin'.
"It Pays to
Pay CasH at JoryV
We have Thrift Stamps
R. C. Jory
F. M. Jory
We can quote you very
attractive prices on case goods
Let us figure with you
on your harvest order
We want your Eggs
It Pays to Pay Cash .at Jory's'
Don't send your battery
away and wait a week
or ten days when
we can char&'e
here in one
Ceo. Crawford is the latest one
here to buy a car, ha vine purchas
ed a Ford while in The Dulles
recently and is the first one here
to have the new wire wheels.
In our announcement last week
of the marriage of Wilbur Mulva
ney and Miss Thelma Woodcock
we made a mistake in the names.
It was Mr. Mulvaney's youoger
brother Sid, 'who is the happy mn
Mr. and Mrs. Mulvany arrived
Monday from The Dulles and are
receiving the congratulations of
thi'ir many friend here.
Hill End arrived Monday from
Poitland visiting his mother and
A. A, Bonney and children
were here from Tygh Monday,
Mrs. A. E Lake went to The
Dalies Wednesday, attending the
Red Cross meeting. She returned
Ahout two-thirds of the entire
neighborhood went to The Dalles
Thursday to attend the bijf circus.
No memorial services were held
here on Decoration day, though
many persons visited the cemeter
ies, placing beautiful boquets of
Howers on the graves of loved ones
who are silently sleeping.
Mrs. Hattie Johnson and little
son Harold, who spent two weeks
with relatives here, left Wednes
day for Toppenish, Wn.
Miss Nellie. Hunt left Monday
for her home at Mountain View on
the Deschutes riyer.
Mrs. Nancy Sanford was very ill
a few days but is much improved
now. Mrs. Annie Gilmore arriyed
Friday from Cresswell.
The Southern Wasco county
Fair association held its annual
meeting at the Odd Fellows' .hall
in Tygh Saturday afternoon, elec
ting officers and transacting othei
business. A'. A. Bonney was re
elected president and J. T. Harper ;
vice president. Both are of Tygh
Valley. F. A. Morrow of Wamic
was reelected secretary-treasurer,
l'he following were elected direct
ors: Solomon W. Hauser, J;.mes
Brown, Sam A. Bennett, Tygh
Valley; James E. Kennedy, Mrs,
Rachel A. Driver, Wamic, and
VV. E. Hunt, Maupin. Among
those who went to the fair meeting
from here are J. E. and Lee Ken
nedy, Guy and D. A. Harvey and
dr. and Mrs. Mack Palmateer.
Andy Bailes and his mother,
Mrs. Mary Beaty, went to Sherar
Monday to meet the latter's sister.
Airs. Laura Lawson and two
daughters, the Misses Verna and
Laura from Fossil,- Mrs. Lawson
is a delegate to the Baptist con
ference to be held at Smock. 5
The Baptist denomination will
hold their annual conference at
Smock, beginning Wednesday and
continuing oyer Sunday. Many
delegates from various parts of the
Hate will be there. A basket din
ner will be served Sunday.
Exie Morgan arrived from The
Mrs. Ella Steers aud Mrs. Dol
lie Kistner came up from Tygh
Monday, bringing Mrs. Sophia
Kistner, who is a guest at the C.
E, Trait home.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. McCorkle,
Mrs. Matie Patison and Miss
Crystal Pratt went to The Dalles
Friday to witness the Commence
ment exercises at the high school,
Miss Dorothy McCorkle being one
of the graduates. She accompa
nied her parents home.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Farlow
and little daughter were here from
Terry Jones of Smock went to
I ortland Tuesay, enlisting in thi
navy. Jle returned Thursday .
The Wapinitia Plains Com
mercial Club will conduct a cele
bration on the -lib of July in a
Grove to be decided upon soon
Perhaps the Kelly grove or AhhoU.
grove. The usual patriotic fi-.i-tures
will be had including ihn
races, contests, games, etc. The
Maupin and Wapinitia and Pine
Grove basket ball teams will par
ticipate in the games of the day.
Band and greased pole with all the
frills and fine fellows etc. Cor
rected notice given next issue.
Water now Hows out over the
plains twelve miles to the L. ('.
... The company is maintaining'
several crews'to hold and sirengih
en the banks in places out on the
Hi. N. Dodge and ciew niv, sur
veying the Snodgrass and Morris
latteral for immediate consti iio
The Walter Woodside and J din
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NEWS HEMS OF
GO JUNE 24
From the Interior , VVarhouse
there is still some left. Fr prices
ee rar. reter Mining at the
Mr, and Mis. II. B. jory were
here last week from lintei prise
mid visited several davs on their
way to Salem aud Seattle. They
expect to return about the fifteenth
mid enter the iirm of Jorv's.
Local merchants this week re
turned their Hour in stock and no
more will lie sold uutii the 1st of
Porches are being constrt'cled
this wenk on the front and rear of
'he parsonage. This will add im
mensely to the comfort and con
venience of in at residence.
Of the thirty Wasco'county men
to be called the 24th of this month
the following are from this end of
the county; James M. Walker,
Henry E. Rooper, Antelope; Frank
P. Wsgner, Eib Kisor, Shaniko;
Thomas Collins, James E, Smith,
Tygh; George E. Cunnineham,
Maupin; Lewis Baker, Warm
prings; Joseph Xavier, Chester
Iturgetdiolt, George Ileilmever,
Terry C. Jones, Wamic; Tom Keo,
Mrs Lillian Morrison and little
daughter are here from Seattle
the g lests of tier nfother, Mrs L.
While in Portland the first of
the week a Times representative
called on Mis Helen Locke and
found her looking the best we have
ever seen her. Although confined
to her bed yet, a series of simple
homo, treatment and medicine
is bringing her back to health,
Harold Lode was planning to en
list in the navy last Monday,
We were also entertained at the E,
Shepherd and A, C. Moad homes.
The rasing of the old warehouse
is about completed. i
are you going to do about the Bid
Drive when Mr. Fly goes over
We can help yevi with some our
creen Doors and
You better g'et busy
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RENT YOU A SAFETY DEPOSIT BOX,
BUY YOUR WHEAT, BARLEY AND OATS,
TAKE CA!!!2 OF YOUR BANK ING BURN ESS,
DO YOUR UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER WORK.
GIVE US A TRIAL, WE CAN AND WILL MAKE UUUU "
MAUPIN STATE BANK