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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 9, 1918)
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
VOL 4, NO. 43
MAUP1N SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY. OREGON. FRIDAY. AUGUST 9. 1)15
THE YEAR $1.50
SENT IN BY OUR
Grandma McCoy arrived Wed
nesday from Red Bluff, California,
spendiug a week at the C, S. Mc
Tbia place experienced sotne
very warm weather, the tempera
ture getting up to 98 on the 31st.
"Grandma'' McCorkle came up
Sunday from Tygh visiting at the
C. S. McCorkle home.
Jay Fowler, Charley Lake, Miss
Hilda Lake and Miss Gertrude
Crabtree visited Mrs. Veva Driver
at the Asa Stogsdill home on
Juniper Flat Wednesday. N
Herman Gesb had a breakdown
with his header ot the Ben S'eed
place Wednesday, causing a delay.
George Magill passed through
town last week with his combine.
This is the first one to be brought,
to this neighborhood.
F. M. Driver made a trip toTho
Dalles Monday, taking Mr. mid
Mrs. Steph Wing, Mrs. Lois Me
Cown and two children. Mr. and
Mrs. Wing remained, Mr. Wing
taking medical treatment. They
returned home Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Driver,
Mrs. Jessie Wcodcock and chil.
dren visited at the Bruce Driver
borne on Juniper Flat Wednesday,
remaining over night.
Mrs. Ethel Duncan received a
card from her husband, Marion
Duncan Friday, announcing bin
arriyal in France.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Harvey and
baby, Mrs. Elsie Campbell and
Mrs. Alta Milior and sou Val visit
"It Pays to Pay Cash at JoryV
Your Grocery Orders Solicited
R. C. Jory
II. 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 Jory's"
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
Hoodies Cmh Star
HELP WILL BE NEED SOON TO
INSURE SAFETY OF GRAIN CROP
The farmers and all members of
the Home Guard are hereby noti
fied to be ready for guard duty at
the Warehouses in Maupin. It is
likely the military police will
have to leave and it will be neces
sary to have ten men a 'night to
supply the two shifts.
II. R. Kaiser, Cant.
ed at the Bob Stows home on the
Deschutes river Saturday.
Guy Harvey went to The Dalles
Sunday, taking Mrs. Harvey and
baby who were called to Hood
River bv the illness of relatives.
Threshing is in full blast here
(his week. U. S. Endersby'H ma
chine started Tuesday. Mrs. Burt
Ha minor has charge of the cook
Mi'H. W; I). Wilson was called
to IVatella, Idaho, last week by
the illness of Mrs. York Wilson.
Mrs. II ft din who has been visit
ing at the home of her son N. G.
Hedin the past month left Tues
day for her homo in Portland.
Hubert TVpp wrote to home
folks last week from Mure Island
saying that be bad been called out
to sea and not to write till they
beard from him.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Uuntin
and little daughter, Hr. and Mrs.
Kollun Myers of Dulur spent the
week end at the Frank Ilustin
Clyde' plum visited ul 'tudc
Sunday. II is sister Mr. Celiu
Brit tain returned home wilh him.
The j irrigation demonsl ration
and lecture in the school home by
Prof. Teeter of Corvallis was well
attended Saturday afternoon and
Mr. Dyer and a friend from
F.ytaciida visited over Monday
night ah the home of Jackson Kiee
Calin McCorkle spent a few
days in the mountains last week
looking after tli6 berries. He re
poi U the buckle berried ripe and
Mrs. Frankie Thomas of Hood
Paver has spent the past week
week visiting at the home her
aunt, Mrs. B. L. Foreman .
Lester McCorkle writes from Ft.
Ben Harrison, Indiana, saying he
was well and bag been made ser
geant, and he' now has 100 men
under him to train. Ho sayB they
expect to leave there soon for
C. B. Doyle was looking after
businews affairs in Portland last
N. G. Iledin reports business
quite fluuririhing in water ditch
line, having sold several thousand
dollars worth lately.
Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Iledin,
Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Keeu were
Maupin visitors Tuesday.
Bill MtClaiu wad out from th'i
Big Meadows lawt week.
Lu Woodwidu returned Lome
Saturday night from the valley
where he bad gone after his horse,
but when he got to Sandy be was
told it had been there, but some
travelers had claimed it, and left
there with it,
Mrs. Celia Brittain received a
letty Tuesday from her husband
at the Presidio, California, and it
contained some flowers which the
Bebekah Lodge of Tygh Valley
had telegraphed to a green bouse
at San Francisco and ordered sent
to the hospital where he has been
confined for some time, but is out
now-arid expects, to leave for Ft.
We understand that Jack Kelly
and J. C. Hagey have pinch hhit!
the entire holding, including live
stock, farming implements, land,
etc., of Fen Batty near the Kelly
Show Your Spirit
A number of the Oregon Mili
tary Police have come among w
for the protection of the farmers
and warehouses of Maupin ami
vicinity. These boys receive but
a very small salary and hoard
themselves. They are hpIuiij; no
favors of anyone nor any donation
but we think thr farmers of (bis
yicinity would be willing and
pleased to help the boys by fum
ing a few potatoes and sueTi things
as they have around their farms.
There aro other communities in
(he state where the farmers have
ask' il them to come, offering to
supply the necessary food free of
charge, but they have been sent
here. Come farmer, show your
appreciation of the soldiers here
wtio are looking after your inter
ests' by biinging them something
good to eat. '
Rev. John (1. Ilesaler, Pastor
Rev. F. L. Burns, the district
elder of the Salem and The Dalles
districts will preach at the regular
morning service. There will be
no evening service August 11.
Sunday School at the usual hour
All are welcome at the services.
Owing to (be call for the help of
the Oregon Military Police, and
the few in number, we are inform
ed that part of the police now
stationed here will leave us in a
few days; for the grain belt farth
er south, and will try, as they
have here, to nt the Home Guards
of other localities interested in the
necessity of guarding the grain
warehouses and elevators. '
DUE AUGUST 15
1 1 i.j i
Last payment on your bonds of
Third Liberty Loan will be due
next Thursday, August 15.
Do not neglect it. Better pay
before due. Forty per cent of
your bond due that date. This is
only notice that you will receive.
The S. P. & S. trains Nob. 1
and 2 use the union station, so if
you want to take the 7:10 train
home in the evening go to the
Kodaks and Kodak supplies,
Maupin Drug Store. Leave your
films here for developing.
I am leaving and will sell any
or paH of my household goods,
elaberate but are in good shape.
Includes one 4-hcde Floronce oil
stove, sewing . machine, etc.
Burton Thurber, care Ore. Trunk
are you going to do about the Big'
Drive when Mr. Fly goes over
We can help you with some our
n Doors and
You better get busy
TUM-A-LU LUMBER CO,
ni.Av; Y tu'R o Tr;R for the: new ford
SOME Olr THE THINGS J MAI WC CAN DO FOR VOW
DO YOUlt NOTARY WORK,
SELL YOUR FARM Fuir, YOO,
rent you a .safety deposit p.ox, .
buy your wheat, barley and oats,
take care of youk banking business,
do your united states commissioner work.
GIVE U3 A TRIAL. WE CAN AND WLLl' MAKE GOOD
MAUPIN STATE BANK