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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (July 26, 1918)
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL 4, NO. 41
MAUPIN SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY. OREGON. FRIDAY. JULY 26. 1918
THE YEAR $1.50
20 FINE DUROC
Coming on Tuesday morning's
express. These will be offered for
sale at the 0. W. R. & N. Btook
yards Tuesday afternoon. This is
and exceptionally fine lot of shoats
31-82 pure blood. Very even
color, all under 10 weeks old.
Ayerage weight 85 lbs. These
have been raised on a dairy ranch
with all the milk and alfalfa they
could eat. Every one healthy and
growing fast. In just the best
condition to get the most out of
Sunday morning and eyening.
Sunday School at 10 o'clock; A
welcome to the services, is extend
ed to all.
SENT IN BY OUR
The ladies of the Red Crops are
still busy, even, while many arc
oooking for harvesters. Mrs.
Fraley and Mrs. Donadsoa do the
cutting and many have spoken in
praise of the efficient work they
turn out for the sewing machine.
Rev. John O? Uessler, Pastor
The pimtor will be here to preach
Cold weather will be on us in
less than 90 days. Have you got
your fuel in yet? Fuel will cost
more later than it does now; save
money; help the goyemmeut and
take no chances on heatless days,
by ordering your fuel now.
J. H. Woodcock announces he
start up the mill next week cn a
government contract and has wir
ed Mr. Santo to be here.
"It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's"
Your Grocery Orders Solicited
R. C. Jorr
H. B. Jory
A Shipment of
Direct from the Mill
No extra middle man's
profit to pay here
Olive Drab or Grey Shade
It Pays to Pay Cash, at Joiry
Now is the Time
to get your
Berries and Fruit for Canning
I handle all kinds
The very best that money will buy
Phone in your orders
or call at
Hdr CaiA Star-
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Occasional showers with cool,
cloudy weather has been the order
here the past few days. Headers
were stopped Monday.
A large forest fire has been rag
ing at Mt. Wilson ance last Wed
nesday. Mr. Graham has had a
large crew of men thore fighting it
including twenty soldiers from
Vancouver. Mr. Graham reports
nineteen iires on his division in
Mrs. N, G. Hedin and daughter
Nova returned home Thursday
from an extended visit with rela
tives in Portlaud. Mrs. Hedin,
mother of N. G. accompanied Ler
and is visiting at their home,
E. E. Miller came lip from
Portland last week and iB looking
after business interests here.
Harvest is in full swing here.
The Kelly thresher started up
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Magill and
sous and Mrs. Celia Brittaiu were
over from Wamio Sunday.
Ed Davis returned home from
The Dalles Wednesday where he
had been receiving medical atten
tion at the hospital for his eye
which wiib injured while logging1
some weeks a"o.
The little daughter of Mrs,
Edith Washburn has returned to
the home of J. P. Abbott to make
her fnturo home.
Jesse Lewis left here Monday
enroute for Camp Lewis to enter
the army. .
Word reached here a few days
ago that the division with which
Sidney WHson sailed arrived safe
ly 'over there.'
We v if ill to announce that owing
to liie busy Sfttson we failed to
give a reception for Jesse Lewis,
but next Sunday evening, July 28,
special services will be held by
the C. E. society here for him
and a new service flag will be
dedicated and a star added for him
Mrs. N. G. Hedin will have charge
of the meetiug. All ar invited
Lloyd Woodside and George
Beebe hauled lumber from Maupin
Friday for a new grain bin.
The new sewing machiue arriv
ed Wednesday for the Red CtWB
Ernest Thun who haj been on
the lookout at Mt. Wilson was
'ailed to The Dalles the first of
tjl8 week for the army examina
tion. Did Marr took his place
while he 18 awav-
Lincoln Uarlmau took in a load
of supplies fo'r the government at
Clackamas Lak," FnJv.
Mr. and Mrs. 0.T Maynard and
Mrs. Carrie Kirkhafli made a trip
to The Dalles Thursday, return
ing Friday. Mrs. Maynard will
remain there for a while.
Mr. and Mrs.' Joe Graham Were
out trom Clackamas Lake Tues
day. They report the rues pretty
well out and that the soldiers
would leave there today. Wednes
day. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hart
man delivered a load of supplies
to the lake for them Wednesday.
Walter Woodside has been quite
sick all the past week, but is able
to sit up ae present.
Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Tapp made
a trip to The Dalles Sunday, re
The canning team here is quite
huso this week canning for Mrs.
Pratt, Mrs. O'Brien, Mrs. Graham
NEWS ITEMS OF
Military Police Here
Maupin is very fortunate in se
curing a detail of Co. 1 of the
Oregon Military Police. with hind
quarters in Pendleton in comma ml
of Captain H. E. Williams. The
detail here will be in charge' ot
Sergeant Henry F. Temple, with
Corporal Austin and Privates
Thompson, Fesroau, Chandler,
AdaniH and Enslinger. They will
have quarters in the Donalds n
hall and Sergeant Temple would
like to have each and every farmer
when in town, call on him where
ihe purpose and intentions of the
organization can he thoroughly
explained. The government must
have this grain crop.
past week has seemed more like
October Iban July.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Woodcock
relumed Tuesday from an auto
trip and visit to Hood River and
P. J. Olsen was here Tuesday
and Wednesday improving and
repairing the bridges on the Hake.
Jess Fleming started a combine
Wednesday afternoon and another
one yesterday. The Aldridge and
Mallatt combines also started up
Mrs. lCrnest Confer received a
card Wednesday evening announc
ing Mr. Confcr's safe arriyal 'ovir
42 BOYS' TO
Of the forty-two Wasco county
men who left for Camp Lewis
'I uesday the following were from
this section of the county: ' Aaron
liaston, Clyde Oliver, paymond
Doering, Charles H. Wilson, Wil
liam E. Kidder, Earl Young. Ed
ward J. Burlinaame. Tesse T.
It is said that at the time of
registration a year ngo Mr. Oliver
was above ihe draft, hut was en
thusiastic for service, and register
ed with the others.
Arthur Philmlee went to Port
land fcaturday to visit his uncle.
The Times building is being1 im
proved by the addition to the resi
dent apartments of a sleeping
porch, bath room and kitchen.
G. W. Vanderpool is doing the
work, assisted lly W. L. Morrison.
The cool cloudy weather the
Burtm Thuroer made a .flyinu
trib to i'ortand Sunday. All rail
way employees in the service since'
January 1, received their extra
Clarence Fargher took u loud of
supplies to their sheep camp at
the Summit house and after a
break down came Wednesday and
got Fischer's truck to finish the
I am leaving and will sell any
or part of my household goods,
elaborate but are in good shape.
Includes one 4-hole Florence oil
stove, sewing machine, etc.
Burton Thurber, care Ore. Trunk
Mrs. Christine Cunningham is
at Dupont, Wn., visiting , her
are you going to do about the Big'
Drive when Mr. Fly goes over
We can help you with some our
good Screen Doors and
You better get busy
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TAKE CARE OF YOi JR BANKING BUSINESS.
DO YOUR UNITED 5 JTATES COMMISSIONER WORK.
GIVE US A TRIAL. WE CAN AND WILL MAKfi iuGb
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